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    Boot Scootin’ Seniors featured at Women's Club luncheon Submitted By Wanda Cacciatore Byron Women's Club
    Feb. 19, 2015
    BYRON - In planning the program subjects for the nine Luncheon/Meetings for the Byron Women’s Club each season, an attempt is made to include a program pertaining to healthy lifestyle. This year’s Boot Scootin’ Seniors through the auspices of the Rock River Center provided an activity that was not only entertaining....
    ***see the Tempo for full Story****

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    Cosmopolitan Club declared the victors of Trivia Night
    Feb. 25, 2015
    Nearly 200 people turned out for the inaugural Trivia Night sponsored by the District 100 Charitable Foundation at the Moose Lodge on Feb. 21 for a night of trivia, camaraderie and joviality that raised money to support the foundation’s mission to provide financial support to enhance and enrich the student experience. ***see the Belvidere Daily Republican for full story***

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    YAH Pageant seeking contestants for 2015 event
    Feb. 5, 2015
    LOVES PARK – Young at Heart Pageant organizers are taking applications for the 2015 Young at Heart Pageant.
    The Pageant will be held May 9 at 4 p.m. at Loves Park City Hall Gym. This is the 43rd year for the Pageant. All entries must be received by April 10.
    ***see The Journal for full Story***

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    A reunion turned into a fond farewell
    Feb. 5, 2015
    WINNEBAGO - In the Dec. 25, 2014 edition of the Gazette the front page story was about three Winnebago grads (Mindy DalSanto, Dawn Monge, and Doug Schroder) reunited through the Sun Seekers Lighting Girls via the Harlem Globetrotters game on Dec. 27. The Lightning Girls were the dance team of the now ....***see the Gazette for full story***

Feb. 19, 2015
700 wins
Winnebago boys basketball coach Joe Murphy was honored after earning his 700th win in last Friday's victory over Stillman Valley. Joe has now entered into IHSA history as one of the top 16 coaches with a 75% win percentage.
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