On Thursday, November 6 at 6:30 p.m., St. Peter Lutheran School will hold Basketball Alumni Night.
All former St. Peter Lutheran School basketball players invited
The 2014-15 team and Coach Harmeier will be introduced as well. Please come out and remember the past and support the new team.
This months South Central School District 401 meeting was held Wednesday October 15.
The board approved the district substitute list as well as the application for the Per Capital Library grant.
In personnel moves, the Board accepted letter of resignation from Derrick Jones as the Middle school Scholar Bowl Coach, appointed Tyler Parker as J.V. and 5th and 6th grades basketball coach, Chris Long as high school girls’ basketball assistant, Kim Major as freshman class and National Honor Society sponsor, Michelle Hawkins as high school Year Book sponsor, Shauna Willman as middle school Scholar Bowl coach and Claire Potthast as junior class sponsor.
The Board also approved FMLA leave for Sue Hawkey.
The Lake Land College Honors Program is now accepting applications for the 2014-2015 school year and the program is now open to all degree-seeking students.
“This is an exciting opportunity to expand the scope and reach of the program because until now, associate in applied science majors were not eligible for the program,” explained Maria Boerngen, Honors Program director. “This change brings Lake Land in line with the vast majority of our peer institutions throughout the state.”
FROGTOWN NEWS October 16
St. Peter Lutheran Church News
Sunday morning attendance was 177.
Rita Yagow was the organist.
Collin Miller served as Acolyte.
Charles Wachholz and Paul Reynolds were attending Elders.
FARINA – The South Central Lady Cougars started off the season very slowly, which can be expected if you understand the lead up to the year.
It was 50 years ago this year that a quartet from England captured America by storm and shaped the landscape of music that’s still bearing their fingerprints today. In honor of that historical performance on the “Ed Sullivan Show”, Kaskaskia College is pleased to welcome back, “American English”.
For the first time in nearly 20 years of coaching for South Central, Curt Jones was not in a conference tournament championship game. Instead, he took his Cougars to the field to play Neoga in the 3rd place game of the National Trail Conference Tournament.
Dylen Peters finished up a nice Fall season going 7-0 with his 3-0 shutout win on the mound.
South Central dropped a close game to Effingham St Anthony in the semifinals 5-3 after committing 7 errors in the contest. Despite the win on Saturday, the Cougars made another 5. One thing they will have to clean up if they are to fulfill their potential with a deep run this Spring.
Peach Night set for Tuesday
The SC Lady Cougars will partner with the Centralia Annies on Tuesday, October 14th at 5:15 to raise awareness for uterine cancer. The color peach represents Uterine Cancer. This year’s decision to have a cancer awareness game was an easy, but heartfelt one, for the players and parents. Everyone immediately wanted to raise more awareness for the disease and funds for South Central’s long time Hall of Fame coach Mary Brimberry.
The concert will be held in the church. Please join us if you can. You can check him out on www.gregstrange.com.