Recycling conversation at Effingham library
EFFINGHAM -- The Effingham Public Library will host a panel discussion about the current challenges facing recycling at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Workman Room.
The dilemma with what to do with items earmarked for recycling is playing out across the U.S. The country generates more than 250 million tons of waste a year, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, with about a third of this recycled and composted.
Guest panelists are Bill Elving and Nancy Totten of Centenary United Methodist Church; Brain Hayes, owner of Landfill 33; Chris Mette, representing recycling in Teutopolis; and Sarah Ruholl Sehy with Effingham Recycles. They will share insights into how the situation developed and how our community can respond.
Guns Save Life to meet
CHARLESTON — The monthly meeting of Guns Save Life will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the banquet room at the Unique Suites Hotel, 920 W. Lincoln Ave.
All meetings are open to the public and are family friendly. An optional dinner buffet, prepared by the Brickhouse Restaurant, will be available at 6 p.m. No reservations are necessary.
The scheduled main speaker will be Dick Hummel, who will display and talk about Martini Rifles
There will be legislative updates, a 50/50 drawing, a drawing for a SCCY CPX2 9mm pistol, and additional drawings for attendees. Drawing tickets will also be available for additional drawings at future dates at other locations.
For more information or drawing tickets, call Bill Harrison at 217-345-2556 or Justin Bawcum at 217-508-2405.
Clark County Interagency Group to meet
MARSHALL — The Clark County Interagency Group will meet at noon Thursday at the Lake Land College Eastern Region Center, 224 S 6th St., Marshall.
The speaker will be Melissa Coleman of Child Care Resource and Referral.
You may bring your lunch. Fro more information, contact Amy Corbin, Triple C coordinator at 217-345-7245 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.