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Wednesday, September 9, 2009 Trenton Sun Page 4 - Local Nicole Lee Addington and Bradley Robert Emig were united in marriage Saturday, May 30, 2009 in Trenton. The bride is the daughter of Debbie and the late Dane Addington of Trenton. The groom is the son of Diane and Jerry Emig of Trenton. Stephanie Haar was the matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Leah Emig, Alicia Hoerner, Emily Wagoner and Nik- ki Wernle. Kassidy Reno was the junior bride. Kyle Emig was the best man. Groomsmen were Brandon Oglesby, Brent Terveer, Jason Rives and Shaun Moore. Cory Emig was the junior groom. Guests were seated by Ryan Emig and Lance Emig. Nicole is a 2003 graduate of Wesclin High School and a 2008 graduate of SIU-E with a bachelor of science in sec- ondary education. She is an eighth grade science teacher at Wesclin Junior High School. Bradley is a 2003 graduate of Wesclin High School. He is employed by Toenjes Brick Contracting, Inc. in Mill- stadt. The couple resides in Aviston. Shannon Moreen Dermody, daughter of Dr. Richard and Mary Dermody of Everett, Washington and formerly of Breese, and granddaughter of the late Charles and Ruth Dermody of Trenton, is engaged to Daniel Rodgers Taugh- er, son of William and Lucille Taugher of Staten Island, New York. Shannon is a 1995 graduate of Mater Dei High School, and a 1999 graduate of St. Louis University School of Nursing. She is currently pursuing a Master's Degree in nursing education at Wagner College in Staten Island, New York. Shannon is a surgical nurse at.Richmond Uni- versity Medical Center. Daniel is a 1996 graduate of Monsignor Farrell High School, and a 2001 graduate of St. John's University, New York, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. Daniel is the director of Public Relations for Zazza Technologies in New York City. A June 25, 2010 wedding is planned. Mark and Jamie Brown of Trenton are proud to an- nounce the birth of a daughter, Layton Marcella Brown on August 7, 2009. She weighed seven pounds and two ounces, and measured 19-1/2 inches long. Layton was welcomed home by her big brother, Wyatt Brown. Grandparents are Stan and Carolyn Poettker and Jim and Karen Brown of Trenton. DAZZLERS SOFTBALL ORGANIZATION will hold tryouts September 13 at Trenton Park .... 10Utryouts sta at noon . 12U tryouts sta .immedia, tely followi0g the 10UtryObt (roughly 2:00) 14U tryouts start immediately following the 12U tryout (roughly 4:00) Please plan to arrive 30 minutes prior to the tryout If you have any questions, please call 334-6001 for further information. Z ClUbs from ffledical' By Ronda Addy Giving up independence is not something anyone wants to do. As we get older, we figure we've worked hard and we should be able to live where we want and come and go as we please. But unfortunately for some, that may not be possible For whatever the reason, the senior in your life has to go into an assisted living facility. The transition will not be an easy one, but here are some tips designed to make it a little easier. Now that the decision has been made to move your loved one to an assisted living facility, how do you choose one that is right for them? Word of mouth is a good place to start. Ask friends and family if they have heard about any good facilities. Do a little research either through phone calls to facilities to request information or through the Internet. Getting general information will allow you to determine if you want to pursue a facility or not. Next, start making a list of facilities you want to visit. When you go for a visit, have a list of questions you want to ask. Scheduling your visit around mealtime will let you see how dining is handled As you take your tour, pay attention to how the staff interacts with the residents. Do the residents look happy and well cared for? Is the facility well lit, open and clean? Be sure to ask about the activities. Are there daily activities? Is the staff involved in the activities? Check out the living quarters. How much closet space is there? Can residents personalize their living quarters? Can a wheelchair or a walker fit in the bathroom? How are emergencies handled? Does the facility call the family? How long does it take an ambulance toget to and from the facility? Are you required to sign a contract, and if so, can the contract be canceled? What is the down payment needed before moving in? You've made the decision about which facility to move your loved one to. Now comes the really hard part, the move itself. Chances are your loved one will be moving from a house with many years' worth of possessions. Decisions will have to be made about what to keep and bring. Have your loved one choose the possessions that mean the most to them and bring those to their new home. Prior to the actual moving day, have all the furniture and possessions in place at the new home. This will help avoid chaos and make the new resident the focus of the day. It is best to arrive in the morning on moving day to signify a new day. Make sure the staff is on hand to greet the new arrival. Even though everyone will want to be there to help, the fewer family members around, the better. Family members that are present should plan on stay- ing through lunch and helping the new resident make friends. Family members not involved in the move can stop by frequently to help with the transition. Once move-in day is over, the transition phase will begin. There will be difficult times and family members should be prepared to deal with these. After all, moving is a big adjustment for anybody, but moving and giving up possessions and independence is huge. SteVen]. Stone DDS General Dentistry Orthodontics ! Crowns & Bridges Preventive Care / " Full & Partial Dentures Tooth Colored Fillings New Patients Welcome 20 South Main Street Trenton, Illinois (618) 224-9423 WE MAKE THE DECISION EASIER~! AT AVISTON COUNTRY IDE MANOR we Make The Transition From Your Home To Ours Easier. CHOOSE AVISTON COUNTRYSIDE MANOR "Skilled Nursing & Reha bilita tion" Family Owned & Operated 450 West First Street Aviston, IL 62216 Down in the dumps? We want to help... t, ose# ) SENIOR f '~newat (618) 526-5699 Improving the quality of life for senior adults Looking For Security & Trenton Village Renting Now. For information & to schedule tours Call 224-9465. 980 East Broadway Trenton, Illinois (618) 224-9465 The Finest in Catered Living ( To advertise or submit a health column contact Sybil at (618) 224-9422. Lisa Marie Whita- at Cooper-B-Line in High- ker, daughter of Deb- land. bie and Keith Myers of The groom is a 1985 Damiansville, is engaged graduate of Wesclin High to Richard Joseph A1- School. He works in pro- berternst, son of the late duction at Cooper-B-Line Joseph and Luetta AI- in Highland and Troy. berternst of Trenton. An October 10, 2009 wed- Lisa is a 1990 graduate ding at St. Mary Church in of Collinsville High School. Trenton is planned. She works in production Caroline and Maddy Brown are proud to announce the arrival of their new sister, Cassandra Mae Brown. Cassie was born at 5:57 p.m. on Wednesday, July 22 at Memorial Hospital in Belleville. She weighed seven pounds, 15 ounces and measured 20 inches long. Parents are Jim and Julie Brown of New Baden. Paternal grandparents are Jim and Karen Brown of Trenton. Maternal grandparents are Barb Albers of New Baden and Gene Albers of Breese. 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Mark and Donna Schuette Schuette & Associates 485 East Broadway Trenton, IL 62293-1009 618 224-7909 Saturday, September 19, 11 a.m. Trenton Commercial Property Auction 2 Commercial Properties Sold On Same Day Saturday, September 26, 11 a.m. Beulah and the "late" Clayton "lke" Schneider, St. Auction 5605 St Rt 156, Waterloo, IL 6Acres Saturday, October 3, 11 a.m. Cecilia and the "late" Clete Tebbe Auction of Real Estate in Count AC Tractors & Personal Property 7216 Iberg Rd., St. Rose, IL Saturday, October 10, 11 a.m. Fe/trop Public Auction Real Estate, Antiques, Collectibles, Persona/Property 115 N. 7th Street, Breese, IL Saturday, October 17, 10:30 a.m. Janet and the "late" Dennis Kuhn Auction New Baden Real Estate, Antiques,Toys & Household 107 N. 2nd Street, New Baden, IL ~iiiiiiiiiiiiililil)i)iiiili)ililili ilili)i)ililili)i)ilil)iiiiiil)) & AUCTION CO. "Since 1964" 228-7395 Aviston, IL Visit our web sites at: www.kuesbros.com or www.biddersandbuyers, com/kuesbros