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Trenton Sun Page 4 - Social Wednesday, March 12, 2014 i i From left: Tim Deien and Aaron Eversgerd. Promoted to shop foreman Tim Deien, service di- rector at Deien Chevrolet in Trenton, recently an- nounced he promotion of long-time employee Aaron Eversgerd to shop foreman. Eversgerd has worked as an ASE and GM Certified service technician for the Trenton dealership since 2001. As shop foreman, Ever- sgerd will use his extensive knowledge of vehicle repair and maintenance in a cus- tomer service capacity. He will maintain his ASE and GM Certification through ongoing training. Deien commented, "Aaron is bridging the gap between the service technician and the customer. He can listen to the customers' concerns and efficiently relay them 'to our service technicians. When we find a necessary repair on a customer's ve- hicle, Aaron will be able to explain exactly what's go- ing on and what needs to be done to fix it, in terms our customers will understand. I am really excited to be able to offer this level of service to our customers." Farmers Market meeting The New Baden Produce in the Park will kick off for another year starting late May. The market last year was very successful with a variety of vendors who were able to offer the consumers fresh fruits and vegetables, home baked items and jel- lies. If you are a return- ing vendor or a. new ven- dor looking for information about the upcoming season then come to the Farmers Market meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the New Baden Civ- ic Center on March 19. If you have any ques- tions, you can call (618) 910-4617 or email parkan- The market is also on facebook. Social media class at KC Trenton Center The Kaskaskia Col- lege Community Educa- tion Department offers a "Facebook" class at the new Trenton Education Center. This class will be on Tues- day and Wednesday April 1 and 2, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. The call number for this class is COED 8037 TR01D. Learn to use Facebook, Twitter, and other social networking sites to your advantage. Reconnect with old friends and others that share your interests. This course will include build- ing your page, security, and customizing your pages. Computer and internet ex- perience is necessary. Stu- dents over 60 may register at no cost. For more information or to register, please call Kaskaskia College at 545- 3255. Space is limited, and all students must pre-regis- ter for this class. The new Trenton Education Cen- ter is located at 520 East Broadway in Trenton. By: Caitlyn Jacober I recently moved into a new house and the process of building your kitchen from nothing is not only ex- pensive, but it takes quite a bit of planning. There are things that you are used to having in your reach, such as salt and pepper or ketchup. It was very odd to have to think about all of the things you need to have on a daily basis and try to figure out the cheapest route. My family is one of the main reasons I budget to- day, because they taught me how to save the pennies I earn. Trying to build your kitchen can take hundreds of dollars. l am a huge advocate for eating on a budget, plan- ning ahead, and minimiz- ing the amount of times you have to go to the store. Making meals with what is already in the kitchen has become a game and also a huge challenge. As I was shopping I kept reaching toward the off- brand items because they were the cheapest and I had coupons. I only bought things that were on sale, clearance, or if I had a cou- pon in order to keep inside of my budget. As I was comparing off-brand with name brand items, I dis- covered something. Normally, off-brand items claim to be just as good as the leading brand, which turns out to be 99% true. As I. was comparing ketchup brands they did have the same ingredients but in the wrong order on the list. The specific off- brand I was looking at had high fructose corn syrup listed second on the ingre- dient list, which means that the corn syrup was the second highest amount in the product; in the name brand, it was listed at the bottom. I've always mentioned that everyone should be- come food investigators because for 60 cents more I paid for a product with ac- tual tomatoes rather than a large amount of sugar. While you're eating on a budget make sure to al- ways look at what you're about to eat. Contact Caitlyn at: Relay for Life news and fundraisers Did you know March is Colon Cancer Awareness month? For more than 65 years, the American Can- cer Society has been finding answers ,to critical ques- tions about colorectal can- cer (commonly called colon Cancer) - what causes it, how can it be prevented, de- tected and treated success- fully and how colon cancer patients' quality of life can be improved. These efforts have con- tributed to substantial decreases in colon cancer mortality over the past two decades. Despite the prog- ress, colon cancer is still the third-deadliest cancer in the US, and the Soci- ety is committed to saving more lives from this le- thal disease. Colon cancer is one of only two cancers (the other is cervical can- cer) that can actually be prevented through screen- ing. Half of all colon cancer deaths could be prevented if all Americans followed cur- rent screening guidelines, which recommend average risk people begin screen- ing at age 50, and followed all known prevention and early detection interven- tions such as reductions in obesity, smoking, physical inactivity, and red and pro- cessed meat consumption. The American Cancer Society's research (which is helped funded by Relay For Life donations) has led to several seminal discoveries that provide hope for the future and now more than a million people in the US count themselves as survi- vors of colon cancer. To learn more about co- lon cancer and prevention tips, please visit Also, be sure to save the date for the Relay for Life Kick-Off meeting on Thurs- day, April 10, to learn more about the organization and its plans for the future. The meeting will be at the Hid- den Lake Winery and begin at 6 p.m. UPCOMING RELAY FOR LIFE FUNDRAISERS Team Angels on a Mission will have a Chicken and Beer Dance on March 29, at the KC Hall in Breese. Doors open at 6 p.m. Live Music by No Excuses from 7 p.m. to midnight. Raffles, 50/50 Drawings and Silent Auctions. All proceeds to benefit the Relay for Life of Clinton County. Team Greg's Gang, is sell- ing Butter Braids, cookie dough and pizzas. Choose from a variety of flavors of each item. For more infor- mation, please contact Bev Houseman at houseman- by March 31. Delivery will be by April 9. All proceeds benefit the Relay For Life of Clinton County. Team Under Janet's Wings, will have a Nine Pin No Tap Tournament at V & H Recreation in Breese on Saturday, April 12. Teams of five bowlers are needed for either 3 p.m., 6 p.m., or 9 p.m. There will be a payout to the top 3 teams along with a 50/50 drawing, Cooler of Booze Raffle and a Silent Auction. Please call V & H at 526-7881 to sign up. (Walk-in participants will be welcomed as long as there is space available,) For questions, please call 920-7278. All donations to benefit Relay For Life of Clinton County. On May 3, Team Friday Night Fighters will feature Bar Olympics. Registration begins at 1:30 p.m. at Hon- do's. Play starts at 2:15 p.m. and includes Bartelso Bowl- ing Alley, Hondo's, Larry's and Johnny B's. Four per- sons per team is required. Bonus points awarded for crazy attire. To register, please contact either Mi- chele Becker at 974-8281; Michelle Varel at 765-2548; Michelle Winkeler at 660- 6138 or mlrakers@hotmail. com. Play at your own risk; hosts/bars not responsible for accidents. All donations to benefit Relay for Life of Clinton County (check may be made payable to the American Cancer Society). Help strike out Cancer by taking part in American Cancer Society day at the Ballpark on Sunday, Au- gust 15, at 1:15 p.m, The Cardinals will take on the San Diego Padres. Tickets can be ordered by going to A portion of the proceeds ben- efit the American Cancer Society. Come test your Rock-n- Roll history knowledge and contribute to a great cause at the Fourth Annual Rock and Roll Trivia Night with WDLJ 97.5 - The Rock on Friday, March 28, at the Golf Course in Okawville. Registration begins at 6:30 p.m. with the contest begin- ning at 7:30 p.m. Register in advance by calling Jeff Rabenort at 618-559-4489 or Paul Todd at 618-599- 0821. Event is limited to 25 teams (4-8 people per team). Music will follow trivia. Net proceeds benefit the Relay For Life of Clinton County and Washington County. For up to date Relay Fundraising information, check out www.relayfor- and look under Events/Fundraisers tab. You can also find out information on our Face- book page. FRIDAY NIGHTS KITCHEN Service 4:30 to 8:00 PM Kitchen Serving Burgers, Fish, & Chicken Strips. Every Friday Night at 7:30 Up to $500 cover all Jackpot & Morel FRIDA Y, SA TURDA Y OR SUNDA Y BIRTHDA Y PARTIES welcome with prior reservations call 588-4182. ALL YOU CAN EAT PORK SAUSAGE & ROAST BEEF DINNER Aviston American Legion 601 S. Clinton, Aviston, IL (618) 228-7311 NEWLY REMODELED KITCHEN AND DINING ROOM! SUNDAY, MARCH 16 10:30 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Whole hog pork sausage, roast beef, mashed potatoes, gravy, sauerkraut, backbones, corn, green beans, applesauce, ho-made desserts & beverages Carryouts Available! Legion Club Room Open To The Public Every Friday Night Join The Sons Of The Legion For A Great Night Out/ WE GO THE EXTRA MILE That means low prices, guaranteed repairs and personalized service for you and your car. Courtesy Shuttle Service Free00i&Ui &Eeliver N The Littl'lHalEerrwithLTEh'"e'B,O Deals TRENTON The People You Know & Trust 224-9200 Community BANK of Trenton DAY OUT CLUB Schedule of comin events! March 25 th, 2014. :i# Bingo at the Bank Come join us at the bank for a performance by the Senior Harmony Singers, _ 4  lunch at noon, and an afternoon of Bingo & prizes! I 'i " & Cost is $20.00 per person. . 82 b*. a,.., (Performance, food, prizes & fun included)  lr For more information or to make a reservation, please call Sondra Arentsen or Twyla Robben at 224-925& FDi(Z f Scheduled trips are subject to change. II  md us. ..... I ,L.OU Community Bank of Trenton 104 E. Broadway, Trenton Facebookl LENDER