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Wednesday, September 9, 2009 Trenton Sun Page 11 - Local We are accepting book donations for our fall book sale. Please drop your items off at the library or at Trenton IGA. The Fall book sale is scheduled for September 19 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. We now have a website connection that allows access to the library's holdings from your home computer available for you. Stop into the library and get a pin number for your account which will allow you to search the library catalog at your leisure. For all the details visit us during open hours. We also have Wi-Fi connection available dur- ing open hours. New selections now available include: Adult Fiction: "The Rustler" by Linda Lael Miller, "Deep Dish" by Mary Kay Andrews, "In The Woods" by Tana French, "After The Leaves Fall" by Nicole Baart, "Smash Cut" by Sandra Brown, "Intervention" by Robin Cook, "Many a River" by Elmer Kelton and "Awakening & Sacrifice" by S.J. Bolton. Adult NonFiction: "The End of Empire: Attila the Hun & The Fall of Rome" by Christopher Kelly. Large Print: "Wormwood" by Susan Wittig Albert, "Deadman's Puzzle: A Puzzle Lady Mystery" by Parnell Hall and "Sand Sharks" by Margaret Maron. Juvenile Fiction: "A Good Night for Ghosts" by Mary Pope Osborne and "The Siege of Macindaw" by John Fla- nagan. Juvenile NonFiction: "More Mad for Miley" by Lau- ren Alexander. Easies: "Monster Boy at the Library" by Carl Emer- son, "Dibble Can't Dribble", "A Very Sticky Situation" and "Lost in the Mall" by Noel gyro Potter, "Game Over" by Anastasia Suen, "Giant Octopus to the Rescue" by Allison Inches, "Dooby Dooby MOO" by Doreen Cronin and "R2- D2 and friends" by Simon Beecroft. The "Bookmarks" discussion book for this month is "Sarah's Key', by Tatiana De Rosnay. Please join us on September 22 at 7 p.m. at the library to sit in or contrib- ute to the discussion. hland Saddle Club hosts equestrian show later this month Exhibitors and specta- the three jumping classes tors are invited to attendand a Combined Champi- an open hunter/jumper and onship to horses and riders dressage horse show on of the three jumping" and Saturday, September 26 at the Highland Saddle Club Equestrian Center. This horse show has classes for horses and ponies, junior riders and adults, both beginner riders and those more experienced. The excitement and chal- lenges of the jumper class- es, the even pace, manners, and style of the hunter classes, and the balance, obedience, and dance-like moves of dressage classes will be crowd pleasers. The pairs classes, both on the flat and over fences, as well as the musical dressage class should be particularly enjoyable for competitors and spectators alike. A concession stand will be available as will bleach- ers for both the dressage and hunter/jumper arenas. Spectators are welcome and admission is free! There is plenty of parking. The Sport Horse Cham- pionship will be awarded to the high-point winners of any three dressage classes sponsored by Horse Quest Unlimited in Springfield. Highland Saddle Club Equestrian Center is pro- viding trophies for the high-point Equitation rider, the high-point Junior Rider and the high-point Adult Rider. MI-SHO awards Championships to MI-SHO members who accumulate the most points in both the adult and junior classes. For directions, ques- tions about the facility, or stabling please visit high- or call Kevin or Patti Gleason at (618) 654-3401. For ques- tions about the horse show please call Connie Owens (217) 537-3421 with ques- tions about the hunter/ jumper section or Holly Steinmeyer (217) 710-1422 with questions about the dressage. This horse show is spon- sored by MI-SHO, the Mid- Illinois Sport Horse Orga- nization. As kids head back to 13 percent less likely to iing afternoons the school, Safe Kids' new have distracted drivers in dangerous time for study "Charactermtlcs" " school zones. " : en to::walk. of Distracted Drivers in Recent studies have Female drivers are 21 :text School Zones: A National measured the driving percent more Iikely to be crossed street; Report" reveals a scary skills of distrac : str ctedthan: m:ale:driV p ay: :h d hbl :games :: truth: One out of every six ers showing they perfo :: Whilb drivers in school zones isas bad or worse than d v- thin ::: distracted, ers who are nk. This is lists and t00: :&n::: :: affic ::slgnals d: : cr0sS With cell phones, emait frightening for anyone onwomen are :mUi i s g tike eating and grooming,he mix. of distraction was still: :Walk on sidewa orpa ::: :: there are more ways than Common aits of dis- way too high. 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She needs her rabies shot, and her adoption fee is $31. Zion UCC offers AARP driving course Zion United Church of Christ in New Baden, in co- operation with AARP, will host driver safety classes this month. The classes are designed for drivers age 50 and older. Classes will be held Tues- day, September 22 and 'Wednesday, September 23 from 1 to 5 p.m. For more information or to make a reservation, call 594-4146. Kaskaskia College welcomes Grammy award winning artist Bill Miller back to its campus on Saturday, September 26 at 7:30 p.m. in KC's Jane Knight Auditorium. Miller's performance will be a return to Kaskaskia College. In 2006 he headlined the Colleges' Celebration of Diversity much to the delight of the audience. For more information call 545-3223. , F'~ 51B8-2102 FREE ESTIMATES ON ALL HEATING & COOLING NEEDS. CHRIST TRUCK SERVICE, INC. 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