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Boy Scout Troop 66, in conjunction with Pesotum United Methodist Church, will be holding their annual Easter egg hunt at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 4, at the church fellowship hall. All children are welcome to join in the fun.
Bring a basket or a bag.
The Rotary Club of Savoy held its annual pancake breakfast on March 14 at the First Baptist Church at Savoy.
Unity High School held its annual Fine Arts Festival last Thursday. The gym was filled with artwork, floral arrangements, sewing and woodworking projects. Musical performances were featured in the Polly Anderson Auditorium. The Music Boosters and FCCLA students had refreshments for sale.
The Tolono Public Library hosted a "Frozen Festival" on Jan. 24. Children -- many in costume -- played games, made crafts, tried snacks, searched for hidden snowflakes at took part in a "Let It Go" sing-along.
St. Thomas Catholic School in Philo is hosting its fourth annual Schumacher Shuffle on Saturday, Nov. 22.
The event will include a 5K run and walk and a 1K Kids Fun Run. All proceeds from the event will go towards buying the girls’ volleyball team uniforms and to benefit the St. Thomas student athletes.
Read the full story in Nov. 20 issue of The County Star.
Unity High School celebrated Homecoming 2014 last week with dress-up days, a student pep rally with games and relays, a parade, a football game against Maroa-Forsyth and a dance.
The annual Orchard Days festival was held Sept. 19 and 20 at Dana Colbert Park in Savoy.
The first annual St. Patrick's Altar and Rosary Society Arts and Crafts Fair was held on Sept. 20 at the parish hall.
The annual Savoy Orchard Days festival will be held Sept. 19 and 20 at Dana Colbert Park, 203 E. Church St., Savoy.
New this year will be a cornhole (bags) tournament from 2 to 5 p.m. Sept. 20 in the beer tent.
Headlining the entertainment this year will be country artist Clayton Anderson at 9 p.m. on Sept. 20.
Read the full story in the Sept. 11 issue of The County Star.
A group of high school students raised about $2,000 with the second annual mini-Relay for Life Friday night.
The Unity High School Teen Titans Relay for Life team held its own miniature version of the countywide fundraiser for the American Cancer Society at the high school track.
Survivors were honored, and a luminaria ceremony was held at dusk.