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Thursday, November 30, 2017

Janvrin joins Community Center group

At the November 6 meeting, Trustee Bob Gruenewald reported that there are two vacancies on the Community Center Committee. To fill one of those vacancies, Gruenewald made the motion that Brandon Janvrin be approved to serve on the committee; a second came from Trustee Kerry Denison. Upon the call of the roll, there were six Yeas as Janvrin was approved unanimously.

In order to fill the remaining seat, Trustee Jim Peck suggested reaching out to individuals who had an interest in serving on the committee back when it was first formed in 2016.

Janvrin currently serves as a member of the Village’s Planning and Zoning Commission.

Library is drop site for Christmas Baskets

Remember that Forsyth Public Library is a drop-off location for the Maroa-Forsyth Christmas Baskets, a project that brings holiday assistance to people in need in the Maroa-Forsyth School District. Drop off non-perishable food items and unwrapped toys for kids (infants to teenagers) between November 27 and December 2.

2018 Maroa-Forsyth Post Prom
Holiday Fair

Come on out to the Maroa-Forsyth Post Prom Holiday Fair on Saturday, December 9, 11 a.m.–3 p.m. at Maroa-Forsyth High School’s cafetorium. Crafters will be in attendance, and there will be a bake sale along with raffle items. There will be variety of vendors on hand.

Please support the MFHS Post Prom, and get some holiday gift shopping done at the same time! Be sure to bring your gift list!

We would love to have input from Village residents who have ideas that would encourage and enhance the sense of community here in Forsyth. Our goal is to offer at least one community event per month, and we would like to involve varying age groups. Please email, call or text Shauna Bohlmann at (217) 433-3922 or with your ideas. Thank you!

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