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Postings for January 08, 2014 Full Month View
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  All Day COAT DRIVE   During the months of December and January, the Rochester Public Library will be holding their annual Coat Drive. Accepted articles for the collection will be new or gently used coats, both children and adults), hats, scarves, and gloves. Donations are being accepted at Rochester Public Library through the end of January at #1 Community Drive, in Rochester. For further information please contact Susan at (217) 498-8454.
 
  All Day Martin Luther King Essay Contest   o celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the Ministerial Alliance of Springfield and Vicinity is holding an essay competition for students in grades 5 through 12. The competition is aimed at exposing students to the ideas of Dr. King. Students are asked to write a 300 to 400 word essay that explores a quotation from Dr. King: "He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it." Awards of $700 will be given to the elementary (5th grade), middle school, and high school student whose essay is determined by the judges to be the best in its category. The winning essays will be announced and presented at the annual Ministerial Alliance of Springfield and Vicinity celebration on Jan. 19, 2014 at Union Baptist Church, 1405 East Monroe Street, Springfield. Essays will be accepted until January 13, 2014 and judged by a panel designated by the Ministerial Alliance. Essay Competition Rules and Guidelines: Essay Topic: "He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it." –Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Essay must be typed: no less than 300 words; no more than 400 words. Submission Deadline: Essay, along with the student's contact information, must be mailed or delivered by 3:00 p.m. CST on Jan. 13, 2014 to: c/o Pastor Silas Johnson Calvary Baptist Church 2208 Kansas St. Springfield, Illinois 62703 Awards: $700 elementary; $700 middle school; $700 high school. Essay presentations: The winners will be announced at the Ministerial Alliance Dr. Martin Luther King Jr birthday celebration on Jan. 19, 2014; winners are required to present their essay. For questions regarding essay: R. Beverly Peters at 217 698-0287 or bpeters21@comcast.net
 
  8:30AM 5:00PM Figurism: Narrative and Fantastic Figurative Art   Figurism: Narrative and Fantastic Figurative Art brings together historical and contemporary body-based art by over fifty artists from the Illinois State Museum collection. The exhibition emphasizes the power and the range of the narrative and expressive uses of the figure in Midwest art. The artworks were selected to create a better understanding and consideration of different representational styles and the ability of the figure to carry feeling, memory, and experience. They were also selected with an eye toward something fantastic—a heightened sense of the super-real or super-natural—whether through aggressive, expressive form, high-keyed color, inventive graphics, or ambiguous situations. The Museum is open from 8:30-5:00 Monday through Saturday and from 12:00-5:00 on Sunday. Admission is free. Parking is available nearby and the building is ADA accessible. For more information contact Jim Zimmer at 217-782-7440.
 
  10:00AM 4:00PM Remembering Nelson Mandela's Life & Legacy   The Springfield and Central Illinois African American History Museum at 521 East Washington Street continues its exhibit "Remembering Nelson Mandela's Life and Legacy" through January 31st. On view are original documents from his election as President of South Africa in 1994, letters to his family while in prison, personal memorabilia of Springfield residents who have visited South Africa, pictures and original sculptures from Africa. The Museum is open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10am to 4pm. Special appointments can be made by calling Barbara Dickerman at 217-789-8965
 
  5:30PM 7:30PM Women Entrepreneurs - Central IL   WE-CI; Women Entrepreneurs of Central Illinois's, monthly meeting will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 8, from 5:30 am to 7:30 pm, at Indigo Restaurant. The address is 3013 Lindberg Blvd, Springfield, IL 62703. Program: Topic: Document destruction and changes in privacy law. Mr. Tom Schreyer of Affordable Shred, will educate us on these legal changes and their implications for business owners. The cost for the meeting is $22 for members, $25 for guests, and $30 for walk-ins. Reservations are non-refundable. Additional information is available by contacting Cherrill Lewis at 217-622-0189. Please make your reservations at: . Our website can now take payments by credit card. Monthly meetings include guest speakers, workshops and social functions. Fundraising events support scholarships for local women attending college and advanced professional training. Guests may request notice by contacting Maureen Williams at maureenwms32@yahoo.com .
 
  7:00PM 8:30PM Paul Mickey Science Series Lecture   Dr. Chris Widga, Illinois State Museum Curator of Geology, will present "Camels, Carnivores, and Old Collections: Recent Adventures in Iowa Paleontology." The fossil record of Illinois and Iowa is forever intertwined. Beginning in the mid-1800s, when the two state geological surveys shared personnel, to the present time, when ISM paleontologists are "virtually" involved in excavations of a mammoth site near Oskaloosa, the direction of paleontological research across the region has been performed in parallel due to a shared geologic and scientific history. This presentation will highlight recent research and discoveries on both sides of the Mississippi, including: giant camels from western Iowa, two new records of large, extinct wolves, and ongoing investigations of a multi-mammoth site in Mahaska County. Free and open to the public. Access to the Research and Collections Center is from 10 1/2 Street between Ash and Laurel Streets.
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