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Wishes granted!

Gray Drug and Fountain have presents galore provided through their “ Tree Of Wishes” project allowing 32 Beloit and St. John’ s Elementary teachers with 64 wishes for their classrooms that were all granted thanks to the community! Santa will be delivering their gifts on Friday with gratitude to all that contributed.

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Reason for the season!

The original decorations of the nativity scene (Mary, Joseph, and the manger scene) at the First United Methodist Church off 8th street, were first placed around the year 2000, right after the Isle of Lights was first established. Ray Rosebaugh was the original caretaker, making sure it was up and running each year and that all the lights were in working order. Over the years, church members have purchased additional characters for the scene, with the last two additions coming in over the last couple of years. Charles Axtell and Troy Boucek put up the display this year and Charles and Barbara Axtell recently replaced the original lights with new, brighter and more colorful LED lights. “ It is a beautiful gift to the people of Beloit and Mitchell County, and the church is proud to make this happen each year,” said Pastor Keith Anglemyer. Sharon Sahlfeld photo

Two parents/guardians allowed to attend sporting events

TOPEKA – The KSHSAA Board of Directors met virtually Tuesday at the request of the Appeal Board to reconsider their position on spectators for the winter activity season. By a vote of 54-24, the KSHSA BOD approved the motion: Effective Thursday, Dec. 10 through January 28, 2021, interscholastic activities will allow for attendance of up to two parents/guardians per participant(s) family as allowed by local board of education or health department restrictions.


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