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'Count Me In Committee' Kicks Off 50/50 Raffle PDF Print E-mail
Written by CMI Committee   
Thursday, 07 May 2015 13:16

The "Count Me In" committee, organized in the fall of 2014 to raise money for our school, has launched a large-scale 50/50 raffle.  Tickets are on sale for $5 each at the following businesses: That's So Sweet, The Shake Shack, and Barker Chevrolet.  The drawing will be held at Kemp's Upper Tap on August 15th.  (winner not need to be present to win)  The winner will receive 50% of the proceeds of the raffle ticket sales up to a maximum of $20,000.  Net proceeds consist of the total collected from ticket sales less the costs of advertising and other expenses.  The remaining balance will be donated to the Lexington School District.

Tickets can also be purchased through any Count Me In Committee member - Michael Meyer (raffle manager), Christina Clar, Amy Cheever, Amy Hardman, Julie Hardt, Chad McCue, and Julie Strating.  For more information, please check out the website

Ollie and Dorothy Myers Walking Trail and Bikeway Fundraiser PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dennis Pignotti   
Friday, 10 April 2015 09:18

The Lexington Trail Committee is continuing their fundraiser to help maintain and provide improvements to Ollie and Dorothy Myers Walking Trail and Bikeway.  Last year the committee had the trail's cracks filled and the trail sealed.  This project adds years to the trail, but cost the committee a good portion of our available funds.  In order to fund future projects, the committee places fundraiser brochures in the local banks, post office, city hall, and the food market.  These brochures are easy to fill out and explain that there is an area next to the Trail Pavilion where bricks will be placed to acknowledge those individuals, families, organizations, and others who have supported the Trail.  For further information, please call Dennis Pignotti at 365-7190 or Dorothy Myers at 365-4361.  The trail stretches from the Memory Lane north entrance southwest for 2.1 miles to Dameron Road along Historic Route 66.  The committee works with the state, county, park district, city, local businesses, and other community organizations to continue to improve and maintain the Trail as a focal point to our community's Route 66 Corridor.

Electronic Recycling PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sara Compton   
Thursday, 21 August 2014 12:33

Not sure where to do your electronic recycling?  Please click on the link below for local electronic recycling areas.


Electronic Recycling Information


Last Updated on Thursday, 21 August 2014 12:34
St. Paul Lutheran Preschool Registration Open PDF Print E-mail
Written by Polly Walcott   
Thursday, 12 March 2015 18:41

Open registration for St. Paul Lutheran Preschool will begin on Monday, March 16th. The preschool offers three programs: a 2-day class for three-year-olds, a 3-day class for four-and five-year olds, and a 5-day class (PreK) for children entering kindergarten for 2016.

Brochures are available at St. Paul Lutheran Church. To register, please fill out the registration form in the brochure and submit it to the preschool/church with the $50 registration fee.  If you have any questions, please call Polly Walcott (826-0442) or the preschool (365-5200).

Anvil Brand can recycle your old newspapers PDF Print E-mail
Written by Shelly Brenner   
Friday, 29 June 2012 11:58

Are you looking for somewhere to take your old newspapers?  Anvil Brand Shoe Company, in Lexington, would be more than willing to take them. They use old newspapers as fillers for packages that get shipped worldwide. Just bring them out to Anvil Brand Shoe Company at 500 S. Spencer St. in Lexington, between 7:30am and 5:00pm, Monday through Friday and they will be MORE than HAPPY to take them off of your hands!

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