Fish Fry 5-8 p.m. Friday American Legion Friday, September 30, 2011 502 E. Penn, Hoopeston Cod (fried or grilled) plus tenderloin (grilled or batter dipped) chicken, chicken tenders, shrimp Plus choice of fries, onion rings or kettle fries, salad and roll Hoopeston receives $750,000 water main grant Mayor Bill Crusinberry announced Wednesday that Tax Increment Finance (TIF) and Depreciation funds. Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Oppor- “Our water service to the new site could not meet the It’s never too late to start saving for retirement! tunity (IDCEO) has awarded Hoopeston a $750,000 demands of this project, so with the help of Vermilion Community Development Assistance Program (CDAP) Advantage, we applied for and won a Community De- Stop in today and learn the facts about grant for a water main project which will allow a new velopment Assistance Program (CDAP) grant.,” Crusin- an Individual Retirement Account. nursing home to be constructed. berry said. “We could not complete this critical infra- The 10" water main will serve a new 75-bed nursing structure project without the state’s help." home being built on 25 acres on the north side of Hoop- The existing nursing home was built in 1970. “The eston, west of Route 1. existing facility is outdated, built when institutional stan- Hoopeston, Illinois Member FDIC The project will extend 5,260 linear feet from the wa- dards were different; the new facility is designed to re- Your hometown bank since 1913 ter tower to the site and is expected to cost $1,088,908. flect current ‘resident-focused’ philosophies that will 221 Bank St. (217) 283-7733 Rtes. 1&9 283-9723 The balance of funding for the project will come from See GRANT on other side Visit our website at www.hoopestonbank.com! CALL BOB FOR Grant continued from other side Lunch Menus improve each resident’s quality of life by providing pri- Hoopeston Area grade schools & salsa RENTAL ASSISTANCE AT vate rooms with a shared bath and many other ameni- MONDAY: Chicken nuggets, corn, applesauce, cookie FRIDAY: No school ties,” said Harry Brockus, Hoopeston Regional Health TUESDAY: Pepperoni pizza, salad, peaches WYMAN APTS. Center CEO. WEDNESDAY: Country fried steak, mashed potatoes, Hoopeston Area Middle/High schools MONDAY: Chicken strips or ham & cheese, corn, apple- New amenities include full service kitchen, physical pears, bread, butter sauce, pudding 217-283-6082 therapy, hospice, whirlpool area, and recreation room, a THURSDAY: Pizza quesadilla, salad, pineapple, chips TUESDAY: Mini corndog or cheeseburger, fries, peaches leave your name and phone number multi-purpose dining room that will also serve as a WEDNESDAY: Spaghetti or BBQ rib, salad, max stick, pears Equal Housing Opportunity chapel and energy efficiency that will allow residents to Court Dispositions THURSDAY: Pizza Hut, salad, pineapple This institution is an equal opportunity provider & employer control the temperature in their rooms. HRHC, which includes Hoopeston Community Me- September 1 FRIDAY: No school Angelo Zamora, Hoopeston, new initial appearance All meals include milk. morial Hospital, nursing home and Country Terrace, is October 6. investing $6 million in construction of the 30,000 square Heidi Snyder, Hoopeston, pleaded guilty to theft, foot, single story nursing home. It will add 18 new full- time-equivalent jobs to its current total of 51. fined $180; status hearing November 3. Classifieds IDCEO Director, Warren Ribley said, "We are pleased RUMMAGE SALES to be able to offer this assistance to help facilitate devel- Obituaries HOOPESTON: 325½ N. 9th Ave. Fri. 8-2, Sat. 8-1. 4 family opment of a new skilled care facility in Hoopeston. This sale. Lots of household items, men’s, women’s clothes (all project is a great example of how CDAP is helping to KING - Rita Ann Kagels King, 59, of Hoopeston, sizes), winter coats, bed linens, curtains, much misc. improve the quality of life for Illinois residents, making died at 10:10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011, at Carle HOOPESTON: 403 S. 2nd Ave. Sat., 8-12. Entertainment cen- local communities more attractive to development and Foundation Hospital, Urbana. Celebration of Life will ter, TVs, go-carts, twin headboard & frame, Ab Roller, baby creating jobs." be from 9-11 a.m. Saturday at Sunset Funeral Home and swing, desk, weight bench, clothes Cremation Center, Danville. Memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Memorials may be made to a charity of the do- HOOPESTON: 322 N. 7th St. (Platteter residence) Sat., 8-? nor’s choice. Among Rita’s survivors are a son, Justin Clothes: girls & boys infant-2T, girls 12-16, LOTS of teen/ Kapoor, of Danville, formerly of Hoopeston, and a sis- junior, ladies, maternity & men’s; costume jewelry; LOTS of ter, Cathy Brown, of Hoopeston. home décor, housewares; coffee table, kids lamps, Halloween costumes Weather HOOPESTON: Hoopeston Area Softball Association sale, at Girls Softball Park, Fri., 10-2, Sat., 9-1. All proceeds to Hoopes- Breezy today. High 60. Tonight, partly cloudy. Low 42. ton Area Softball Association. Tomorrow, partly sunny. High 59, low 39. Sunday, sunny. High 64, low 44. HOOPESTON: 807 E. McNeil. Fri.& Sat., 8-6. Girls 0-4T, For current weather conditions, call Hoopeston Weather women’s sizes 10-sm-lg., men’s crib, purses, totes, lots of other Service, (217) 283-6221. misc. HOOPESTON: 415 S. 3rd St. (Ervin/Deck) Fri., 5-7 p.m.; Sat. 8-noon. Household, nice clothing in junior & misses. Great buys on nice items. ROSSVILLE: 402 Holmes (east side of tracks) Sat., 8-? Huge 3 family sale. Oak table/4 chairs, 13” color TV/built in VCR, cor- ner kitchen bench, tables, WWE figures, scrubs, Christmas items, stereo/5 disc CD, kitchen items, tires, LOTS of misc. Something for everyone! SERVICES Pampered Pet Grooming, Lots of TLC, Pets are people, too. (217) 339-2340.