The Village of Lyndon has announced the winners in their holiday light display contest. No entry was needed as volunteers simply drive...
Ten guests can visit at a time. The Society requires masks and social distancing upon entering our facility.
Organizers reported the four-weekend event drew 1,546 vehicles that drove the loop around the campground area of the Prophetstown State Park to view displays set up by local businesses and individuals.
This year with the help and support of their community they were able tp provide toys for fifty-four kids, nearly double from last year's number.
Only donors with an appointment are eligible to attend this blood drive- as walk-ins are discouraged so that social distancing can be maintained. To schedule an appointment please call 815-213-1059.
Pick up on Monday, December 14 from 5 - 6 PM in the circle drive at the Prophetstown United Methodist Church.
The Prophetstown Lions Club, will be picking up toys from their various drop box locations early next week and then wrap and deliver the gifts.
On Monday the drive collected sixty-two units which, included nine first time donors.
The organization has announced that beginning Tuesday, December 15th, they will be having a second distribution time on Tuesdays from 4:00-5:30.
Drive by her home anytime between 2-2:30pm on the 13th to honk, wave, and wish her a happy birthday!