Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Pekin Hospital Welcomes Director of Surgical Services

Pekin Hospital and Progressive Health Systems are pleased to announce Sue Silcox as Director of Surgical Services.
Silcox brings more than 35 years of medical leadership experience to Pekin Hospital. Previously she served as Interim Director of Surgical Services for Winchester Medical Center in Winchester, VA, Director of Surgical Services for Spring View Hospital in Lebanon, KY, and Senior Director of Surgical Services at St. Luke’s Magic Valley Hospital in Twin Falls, ID.
Silcox began her nursing career at Methodist Hospital in Houston, TX, where she served for 20 years. She received a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Phoenix and is active in the Association of Operation Room Nurses.

Part of Progressive Health Systems, Pekin Hospital is a 107-bed medical center serving Tazewell, Peoria and Mason Counties since 1913. For more information visit pekinhospital.org

$35 MILLION EXTRAORDINARY DIVIDEND DISTRIBUTED TO CEFCU MEMBERS

A $35 million Extraordinary Dividend was recently announced by CEFCU’s Board of Directors and distributed to the Credit Union’s member/owners.  The amount each member will receive was determined by dividends earned and interest paid during the first 11 months of the year, as of November 30, 2016.  On the evening of December 12, funds were deposited to members’ Savings accounts.
            
                Over the last 17 years, CEFCU has returned $190 million in Extraordinary Dividends to members.  CEFCU Board Chairman, Nancy Medendorp, stated, “Once again, CEFCU showed strong financial results.  That, along with the continued support and loyalty of CEFCU member/owners, made another large Extraordinary Dividend available for members.” 

             Mark Spenny, CEFCU President/CEO, added, “As a credit union, CEFCU is a member-owned financial cooperative.  Operating as such allows CEFCU to share the benefits of a strong year with members, not outside stockholders.  I want to thank members for their continued support and CEFCU staff for consistently providing members with superior service to help them achieve their financial goals and dreams.” 

             Members can learn more about this year’s Extraordinary Dividend at cefcu.com/dividend.


             With assets totaling over $5.5 billion, CEFCU serves over 320,000 members through 20 central Illinois Member Centers and 4 Member Centers in Santa Clara County, California; the CEFCU Financial Center; the Money Center 24 ATM Network; CEFCU’s website, cefcu.com; the surcharge-free CO-OP ATM Network; and the CU Service Center Shared Branch Network. 

ICC BOARD OF TRUSTEES APPROVES DR. LISA STICH AS INTERIM VICE PRESIDENT OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

In action at their regular meeting last night, Illinois Central College Board of Trustees approved Dr. Lisa Stich as the College’s Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs. Stich is slated to begin her new role on Jan. 1. She replaces Dr. Margaret Swanson, who retired from the position after more than 32 years with ICC.
Stich most recently served as Vice President of Academic and Student Services at West Shore Community College in Scottville, Mich., where she was responsible for academic and student services, including teaching and learning, library services, online programming, admissions, registration, financial aid, disabilities services, business training, performing arts, and accreditation. She also has served in the capacity of Interim Dean of the School of Health Science and Wellness at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne, Wy.; as Vice President of Educational Services at Flathead Valley Community College, Kalispell, Mont.; as Administrator of Institutional Advancement at Blue Mountain Community College, Pendleton, Or.; and as Administrator of Instructional Development of Moraine Park Technical College, Fond du Lac, Wisc. Dr. Stich also has teaching experience both online and in the traditional classroom. She has been an instructor for Laramie County Community College and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Stich earned her PhD in Education from Capella University, Minneapolis, Minn., and her Master’s of Science in Health Services Administration from Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee. She holds two Bachelor’s Degrees: one in Health Information/Medical Records from Emory University, Atlanta; and one in Psychology from Ripon College, Ripon, Wisc.

            Stich will continue in this role while the search for a permanent replacement continues for the College’s chief academic officer.

ICC OFFERS INFORMATIONAL AND TESTING SESSIONS FOR HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION CAREERS TRAINING PROGRAM

Illinois Central College will hold several informational sessions for its Highway Construction Careers Training Program, with program applications and TABE testing available at each session.  There is no registration or fees required for the informational and testing sessions.  If selected for the program, applicants will be eligible to attend classes, which will begin on February 20, 2017, and end on May 12, 2017.

The ICC Highway Construction Careers Training Program was implemented to increase the number of minorities, women, and disadvantaged individuals working on IDOT highway construction projects and is offered through the Corporate and Community Education Department at ICC.  This intensive 12-week program prepares participants for careers in the highway construction trades industry through classroom learning, skills labs, and real-world jobsite experience. Training includes, but is not limited to, math for trades, job readiness skills, and technical skills coursework, as well as OSHA 10-hour certification and First Aid/CPR certification.  Upon successful completion of the program, students will have the skills necessary to seek careers as laborers, cement masons, operating engineers, electricians, ironworkers, sheet metal workers, carpenters, bricklayers, and other union trades.

To qualify for the program a candidate must be 18 years old, have a valid Illinois driver’s license, have a high school diploma or GED, and consent to random drug screening.

Informational and testing sessions will be held:

  • Tues., Jan. 17 at 9 am
    ICC North Campus, Hickory Hall
Room 131
5407 N. University Street, Peoria
  
  • Wed., Jan. 18 at 1 pm
Goodwill Industries
2319 E. War Memorial Drive, Peoria

  • Thurs., Jan. 19 at 1 pm
Tri County (Peoria) Urban League
317 S. MacArthur Hwy, Peoria

  • Thurs., Jan. 19 at 5:30 pm
    ICC North Campus, Hickory Hall
Room 101
5407 N. University Street, Peoria

  • Fri., Jan. 20 at 9 am
ICC North Campus, Hickory Hall
Room 101
5407 N. University Street, Peoria


For more information about the program, please contact Monica Arbuckle at (309) 690-6912, monica.arbuckle@icc.edu, or Ellen George at (309) 690-6909, egeorge@icc.edu.

ILLINOIS CENTRAL COLLEGE OFFERING “EXPRESS ENROLLMENT” THIS JANUARY FOR SPRING 2017 CLASSES

Illinois Central College will offer “Express Enrollment” Monday through Wed., Jan. 9, 10 and 11 from 8 am to 4 pm, on the East Peoria Campus. Those interested in enrolling at ICC can complete the process of applying and enrolling in just one day. No appointment is necessary, and free parking is available in Lots A and B and in the Visitors Lot. Classes for the spring 2017 semester begin on Tues., January 17.
“Express Enrollment” can be completed in just a few hours’ time. Participants are encouraged to arrive by 1 pm in order to complete all of the steps leading to enrollment in one day. For advising or testing completion only, participants must arrive by 2 pm.
                The process includes: Completing and processing an ICC application, completing placement testing, meeting with an advisor to develop a class schedule, filling out financial aid paperwork and setting up a payment plan, and getting an official ICC identification card.
                Students should fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) five days prior to coming on campus at https://fafsa.gov/. ICC Financial Assistance staff is available to answer questions about completing the FAFSA or you can find helpful information located at http://icc.edu/admissions/financial-aid/how-to-apply/.
In order to complete all of the steps of admission and enrollment, participants should be prepared to bring the following items with them:
·         A valid photo ID (driver’s license, passport, military ID, or other government-issued ID).
  • Checkbook or credit card to set up a payment plan.
  • In addition, potential students wishing to fill out a FAFSA also should bring with them: 2015 tax return, 2015 W-2 forms and current bank statements. (If the participant is aged 24 or younger, the parents’ social security cards, 2015 tax return, 2015 W-2 forms and current bank statements also are necessary.)
“Express Enrollment” is provided on a first come, first-served basis. The total time needed to complete all of the steps depends on the participant’s individual needs. Advisors will be available to help students wishing to enroll on a full-time basis (12 hours or more) in most majors and those students wishing to enroll on a part-time basis. However, follow up appointments with an advisor may be necessary in some cases. Some programs require restricted enrollment; therefore, only general education or prerequisite courses will be available to students interested in those programs.
For those interested in financial assistance, ICC has scholarships available for the 2016-2017 academic year. To be eligible for the scholarships, students must first apply to ICC online at http://icc.edu/admissions/enrollment/apply-now/. Remaining scholarships are available at http://icc.edu/admissions/scholarships/remaining-scholarships/.

For more information or for any questions, please call Illinois Central College at (309) 694-5-ICC or visit icc.edu/express.

Bob Moore to retire from Pekin Insurance


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ICC BOARD REVIEWS CANDIDATES FOR VACANCY, PENDING JANUARY VOTE

Illinois Central College Board of Trustees has reviewed candidate applicants for the Trustee vacancy. The Board intends to appoint Doug Stewart, pending Board approval, to fill the vacancy following the death of James Polk.   Polk passed away in November at the age of 77. Polk, whose term was set to expire in April 2017, served nearly 20 years on the Board.
During closed session at the December meeting, the Board reviewed the applicants and intends to appoint Stewart to finish out the remaining four months of Polk’s term. The Board is expected to make the decision with a public vote and seat Stewart at its January 19 meeting.
Stewart has been a Peoria-area banker for more than 40 years and is the Regional President for Central Illinois at PNC Bank. He was an ICC Board of Trustees member from 1987 to 1997 and served as chairman three times. He is in his third term and currently is chairman of the board at Bradley University. Stewart is active in the community and has been a member of several other boards of local organizations, including the Children’s Home and OSF Healthcare System. He is founding member of the CEO Council and Peoria NEXT, as well as Lakeview Museum.
He holds a bachelor’s degree from Illinois Wesleyan University and a master’s in business administration from Bradley University. Stewart resides in East Peoria.

Three seats on the ICC Board of Trustees are up for election on the April 4, 2017, ballot. 

Friday, December 16, 2016

Gingoteague Ribbon Cutting

Friends, family, and customers of the Gingoteague Convenience Store joined owner Jon Flynn and representatives from the City of Pekin and the Pekin Area Chamber of Commerce for a ribbon cutting on December 14.  Located at 2601 S. 14th, the Gingoteague Convenience Store offers soda, tea, nachos, snacks, beer, wine, spirits, frozen pizza, soft serve ice cream, chips, medicine, household items, Spudnut Donuts and more. They are open 7 days a week and can be reached at 346-7007. 

Monday, December 12, 2016

Coming up at Pekin Academy of Fine Arts





Coming up at Pekin Academy of Fine Arts
  
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We are excited to collaborate with The Mansion on Walnut on this project! We will offer crafts for the kids while the adults meet. Stay tuned for more information. Mark your calendar, our first meeting is January 19th.
 Like their page HERE for further events.


Mackinaw Valley Vineyard




Winter Newsletter from
Mackinaw Valley Vineyard
Wishing you a
Happy Holiday Season!

Two New Wines for the Holidays!
Red Dragon and White Dragon are two new wines ready in time for gift giving, Paul, Eric and our friend Aaron worked on these two sweet wines and we are excited to release them.  The descriptions are shown below for these 
New Wines
, come in for a taste and take home a bottle. 
We will have Hot Wassail samples on the weekends too!
RED DRAGON: This red wine blend with apple flavoring has a fun complexity with fruity sweet apple and cherry flavors and also a tangy festive cranberry flavored finish. This sweet wine can be chilled and enjoyed alone, or for a cold weather treat warm it up and add a cinnamon stick, and a few orange slices with a couple of cloves for a great hot winter wassail.

WHITE DRAGON: This white wine blend has a pineapple fruit flavoring that gives it a sweet tropical taste that brings out a touch of honey on the palate with light crisp pleasing finish.

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December Hours 
Open Thursday through Monday , Noon to 5pm
Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays
OPEN  on December 21 and 22 the week before Christmas
OPEN on December 27 and 28 the week before New Years

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-Gift Giving Ideas-
Wine, Gifts, Baskets, Gift Certificates 
We have lots of fun Gift shop items for gift giving.
  • New trendy jewelry and scarves as well as lots of great Wine Themed items and Christmas Ornaments.
  • You can also mix and match a case of wine and get a 10% case discount, we have wine gift bags too.
  •  Gift Certificates can be purchased in any amount you choose and we can mail them for you too! 
  • Custom gift baskets can be ordered and ready for pickup in a day.  You can choose from 20 different wines and local favorites like; Ropp Jesrsey Cheese, Montgomery FarmJellies ,  Chocolatier Confection Chocolates and unique gift shop items like True Royalty Candles to customize your gift giving this year for those special people in your life.
  • Chocolate Dipped Wine Bottles- pick a favorite wine and have it covered in a pound of confection chocolate, one week lead time needed for order. 
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Dear Friends,  
We wish you and your loved ones a Very Blessed Christmas and Happy New Year from our family and staff to yours.  We have many events and concerts scheduled for 2017 which will be posted soon, so look at our website in the next few weeks to see what we have planned to make our 14th Year in business a special one. Thanks for your prayers and support these past months as we said goodbye to Paul, his legacy continues through the people he loved and the place he  built to share with others.
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Christmas  Blessings and Happy New Year, from The Hahn Family 



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TRIBUTE ARTIST TED VIGIL BRINGS A JOHN DENVER CHRISTMAS TO ILLINOIS CENTRAL COLLEGE DEC. 16

Tribute artist Ted Vigil brings a holiday-themed performance based on a beloved music icon to the ICC Performing Arts Center, located on the East Peoria Campus, on December 16 at 7:30 pm.
A John Denver Christmas features Vigil, along with backing musicians as they present a mix of traditional holiday songs, holiday music recorded by Denver, and several of Denver’s classic songs in a 90-minute performance.
Vigil started out singing rock and pop music, but his career took a slightly different turn in 2006 when he entered a talent contest. When he arrived at the competition, he was told he could also enter in the country music category. After two days, he was bumped out of the rock and pop category, but he held a spot in the Top 20 of the country category.
After numerous people approached him with the same question during the weeklong contest, Vigil said he decided to try singing a John Denver song.
“After a few days of being there and everybody in the hallways saying, ‘Hey, did anybody ever tell you you look like John Denver?’ [they] gave me the nickname ‘Denver,’” he said. “People were saying, ‘You should think about doing a John Denver song,’ so I did. I went to the hotel and practiced, practiced, practiced. I did Annie’s Song and got a standing ovation.”
His performance advanced him into the Top 5 in the competition, and he decided to perform Denver’s classic Rocky Mountain High in the finals.
“I ran out on stage, sang Rocky Mountain High and won first place,” Vigil said. “I met a couple people after the contest who said, ‘You should think about doing a tribute show.’ One guy had worked with John and the other was a pilot who knew him personally, and they said I really had this down and I should do it. So, a couple years later, I found myself doing a few shows here and there, and then it turned into a full-time job.”
Vigil said he thinks the quality of Denver’s music keeps it alive and being passed on to new generations.
“I just think John’s music--just like a lot of other great artists’--is timeless,” Vigil said. “You see a lot of people longing for the past and reliving memories of the good feelings they got when they heard those songs, so I think the songs will go on and on. I have fans that come to my shows that are in their 20s, which is kind of surprising to me. It’s just great music, good for the heart and soul…good, uplifting stuff.”
Although Denver died in 1997, Vigil’s shows continue to draw large audiences, which led him to an upcoming international tour, which includes a stop in Australia.
Wildlife Prairie Park will be the highlighted community partner for the event. The community partner program, a part of the ICC Guest Artists Series, highlights a non-profit or community organization which has ties to the Guest Artists Series performance.
Patrons at the event who donate to support Wildlife Prairie Park will be entered in a drawing for two free tickets to a future event. Patrons also will have the opportunity to provide input about future Guest Artists Series shows.
As it does for all ICC Guest Artists Series events, CityLink provides Park and Ride service from Peoria for the performance. Buses leave Evergreen Square near the former LensCrafters building at 6:45 pm and transport passengers directly to the ICC Performing Arts Center. Buses return to Evergreen Square immediately after the show. Cost for a one-way ride is $1. Senior citizens 65 years of age and older with verification can ride for 50 cents one way.
              The performance is presented by the Arts at ICC. The Arts at ICC has a rich history of enhancing the arts community and expanding education beyond the classroom. Arts at ICC presents more than 500 exhibits, performances, lectures, rehearsals, meetings, master classes, clinics, seminars, receptions, orientations, forums, auditions and tournaments annually.

Tickets for A John Denver Christmas cost $30 and $20 for students. Tickets can be purchased at ArtsAtICC.com or the ICC Performing Arts Center Box Office. For more information or to purchase by phone, call (309) 694-5136.

LOCAL BANKER APPOINTED TO IILLINOIS BANKER’S ASSOCIATION WOMEN IN BANKING COMMITTEE

Susan Webb, Branch Manager of South Side Bank’s Bartonville Facility, was appointed to the Illinois Bankers Association (IBA) 2016-2017 Women in Banking Committee by IBA President and CEO Linda Koch.

As a member of the Committee, Webb will assist the IBA in developing the Annual Women in Banking Conference and other networking and educational opportunities for female bankers.

The Illinois Bankers Association, the voice of Illinois’ banking industry, is a full-service trade association dedicated to creating a positive business climate that benefits the entire banking industry and the communities they serve.  Founded in 1891, the IBA brings together state and national banks that together employ well over 100,000 people in nearly 5,000 offices across the state.  The IBA is proud of its diverse membership, serving all sizes of financial institutions from the smallest community bank in the state to the largest national bank in the country.  Illinois headquartered banks and savings institutions safeguard more than $341.5 billion in deposits and extend more than $225.8 billion in loans to consumers and businesses.


South Side Trust & Savings Bank, a locally owned financial institution since 1922, has $665 million in assets and serves the tri-county area with 12 full service locations in Peoria, East Peoria, West Peoria, Bartonville, Chillicothe, Washington, and Pekin.  South Side Bank owns Mid Illinois Insurance Services, Inc. located at 1524 W. Glen Avenue in Peoria. 

Mashie's Customer Appreciation Night!

Happy Holidays

Seasons Greetings from
The Clubs of Sunset Hills!

Mark You Calendar!

Customer Appreciation Party

December 15, 2016 
Happy Hour!  ~ 4-6:00 PM
FREE Appetizers, $2.00 Domestic Drafts ~ 5:30-7:00 PM
6:00-8:00 PM A visit from Santa's "Fireball Girls"

Stop by and wish Keith Dunkelburger & Bill Craig a 
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!  
They will be celebrating being 70 years young!

 

Holiday Gift Certificates

You can't go wrong with Golf Gift Certificates - Use them for Golf Rounds, Cart Fees, Food & Beverage, Pro Shop Merchandise and More... Buy 1 $50.00 Gift Card & receive a bonus $5.00 card.

The Gift of Membership

Membership at Sunset Hills Golf Course has it's benefits.  Haven't had time to re-new or get information regarding our 2017 Membership fees?  No problem!  We will have staff available to help you with that!

 

Call us now at 309-347-7553

Ameren Illinois Urges Peoria-area Customers to Beware of Scammers

Ameren Illinois is providing tips to customers in the Peoria area to help make them aware of scam artists who are attempting to defraud them.

This week, more than 25 small businesses in Greater Peoria area, including several in Pekin, have reported suspicious activity. The majority of those incidents were phone calls from scammers who threatened immediate disconnection of utility service unless a payment was made from a pre-paid debit card.

"Our business customers in particular have been recent targets of this scam, however, residential customers must also be vigilant because they are often targeted with a variety of scam tactics as well," said Shirley Stennis, Director of Customer Service for Ameren Illinois. "Scammers claim they will disconnect service within the hour if a payment isn't made. This is not a practice or policy of Ameren Illinois. In fact, we give our customers the opportunity to make payment arrangements and would never demand a payment in this manner."

Ameren Illinois offers these tips to protect customers against scammers:

•    Never give your credit card, debit card, Social Security, ATM, checking or savings account numbers to anyone who comes to your home, calls or sends an email requesting this information. Ameren Illinois never demands personal, account or financial information for immediate payment.

•    Never let anyone into your home claiming to be from the utility unless they show proper Ameren Illinois badge identification. Ameren Illinois employees are not allowed to take payments in the field.
•    Never open email attachments unless you've contacted Ameren Illinois for specific information. Ameren Illinois never sends emails with attachments included, unless you've contacted the company to specifically request information.
 

Ameren Illinois continues to work with federal, state and local authorities to investigate utility scams. "We continue to safeguard customer information, but it's up to our customers to recognize the warning signs so scams can be prevented," Stennis said.

If you suspect someone is impersonating an Ameren Illinois employee, end the conversation and immediately call Ameren Illinois at 1.800.755.5000 Customers can also follow Ameren Illinois on social media to receive the latest updates on fraudulent account activity.

Know Before You Go with IDOT'S Winter Road Conditions Map

Know Before You Go with IDOT'S Winter Road Conditions Map



SPRINGFIELD - With more snow in the forecast this weekend and the official start of winter coming soon, the Illinois Department of Transportation reminds you to visit www.gettingaroundillinois.com for updated Illinois road conditions before heading out.
  
Available on your computer and mobile device by clicking the "Winter Road Conditions" tab, this handy map provides an overview of how the roads are looking throughout the state. The map receives more than two million visitors and nearly five million page views each winter.
  
"Be ready before going out on your travels this winter," said Illinois Transportation Secretary Randy Blankenhorn. "Our winter road conditions map gives you an idea of what to expect. As a reminder, it's always best to stay off the roads if travel isn't absolutely necessary during a winter storm."
  
The map is updated 24/7 during winter storms. Click here to see how we gather the data for it. Shared on news broadcasts, social media and elsewhere, this map is a great resource during the winter months.
  

Friday, December 9, 2016

Puttin' On Pekin Recap

About 90 people attended the December 9th Puttin' On Pekin breakfast held at the Avanti's Dome.  New chamber member Cliff Faber (Jester's Workshop) won the early prize while Mitch O'Shaughnessey (DreamScapes Landscaping) won the late prize, again.  Members of Artistic Community Theater entertained the crowd with a short original skit.  The December breakfast also features the year-end big grand prize drawing.  Nine different people won prize packages valued at over $300 each:  Joe Shehorn, Jim McClarey, Kevin McClaren, Gregg Ratliff, Dennis Kief, Annette Davis, Brigitte Krieg, Nancy Morris, and Manda Brown.  You can see pictures of this event at:  https://goo.gl/photos/tSD8n4KUubF8SBQB6

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Institute of Women's Leadership Wraps Up

The Institute of Women's Leadership recently completed their six-week fall session.  The Institute is a partnership between the Pekin Area Chamber of Commerce and Char Richardson of Richardson Counseling and Wellness Center.

The Institute was designed for committed, engaged career women ready to approach key challenges with a new perspective. The program provided a unique forum for women to realize their full potential and attain their highest levels of effectiveness and productivity in both their personal and professional lives.

Participants worked toward goals and created and maintained change through a supportive community of accountability.  Topics included...
  • Boost your career   
  • Lesson plan for change 
  • Growing in emotional intelligence 
  • Diffusing anger in others / effective conflict resolution 
  • Life balance and energy 
  • Eliminating obstacles / goal setting
Participants had favorable comments about the program.
Great program that helped me develop both personally and professionally.
This was a safe place to dialogue and discuss vulnerable topics.  I appreciated learning from Char and other professional women.
Char had great materials, was engaging and thoughtful.  The women in the group were very professional and it was great to share our experiences.
The Institute program has been a great experience for me.  It was a safe space to express my feelings, grow as a person, and make connections with other women.
The Pekin Area Chamber of Commerce and Richardson Counseling and Wellness Center hope to schedule another Institute of Women's Leadership in the spring.

You can see more pictures from the Institute at:  https://goo.gl/photos/Pn5DKuhrXnRS16W6A
 
 

 

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Welcome To Our Newest Member

Jester's Workshop
217 Court St. 
Pekin, IL 61554 
309-338-4927 
Cliff Faber, Owner
Dan Downard, Owner 
Website
Jester's Workshop is a woodworking shop specializing in custom made outdoor furniture and wood turning.

Welcome To Our Newest Member

Gingoteague
2601 S. 14th St. 
Pekin, IL 61554 
309-346-7007 
Jon Flynn, Director
Website
Locally owned convenience store selling soda, tea, nachos, snacks, beer, wine, spirits, frozen pizza, soft serve ice cream, chips, medicine, household items.

Welcome To Our Newest Member

Pekin Villas of Holly Brook and Reflections
2720 S. 14th St. 
Pekin, IL 61554 
309-201-3763 
Jennifer Horn, Director
Website
At the Villas of Holly Brook our goal is to be a leader in providing compassionate quality senior care, focusing on the unique needs of our residents and their families. We are committed to fostering an environment that promotes dignity, respect, positive communication and the "whole" person - mind, body and spirit. You've worked hard all your life to make sure your retirement years are comfortable and secure.
Reflections Memory Care Communities offer individualized healthcare plans, supervision by a nurse in a secured building that includes activity stations, outdoor walking paths and sensory gardens. Families will find peace of mind knowing that their loved one is being cared for in a state-of-the -art retirement care community thatspecializes in Alzheimer's and other memory care.

Quinn Johnston Receives Outstanding Small Business Award





Quinn Johnston Receives Outstanding Small Business Award

We are proud to announce that Quinn Johnston received the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce's Outstanding Small Business Award. The honor, presented at the Chamber's annual Thanksgiving Day luncheon, was based on several criteria including innovation, commitment to community and perseverance.

We know that it takes a strong team to build a great firm. We are fortunate for every individual that makes up Quinn Johnston and are proud of our team's character, expertise and hard work that earns this recognition.




PEORIA: 
SPRINGFIELD: 

227 NE Jefferson
400 S. 9th Street, Ste. 102

Peoria, IL 61602
Springfield, IL 62701

309.674.1133 
217.753.1133