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Eisenhower High School Sierra Reed, left, and Millikin University student Tristen Schum work together in a recent class which presented the students with a challenge using a programmable robotic car.
It might look like a toy, but this programmable car is a learning experience for students interested in careers in the information systems field.
Gaddis, left, and Jefferies act out a scene from a short skit.
Carol Kessler, left, reads through a script with Tom Gaddis, center, and Angela Jefferies during a Christian Comedy Players meeting at Flourishes Gallery and Studio in Shelbyville.
Schum assists a robotic car through a course as Reed looks on.
Linda Brandon is the owner of Linda’s Music Center. The business was recently given the NAMM Milestone Award for being in business for 50 years.
Store manager Hugh Reeves has worked at Linda's Music Center for 27 years.
Nic Webster's Mid-State Soccer team will savor another season together after Webster took over this particular group several years ago.
Megan Leighton, left, and Camryn Wagner have stayed with Webster over the past few years.
Volunteers Cheri Hunter and Mike Reynolds share a laugh over the 1830 probated will of John Cole at the Decatur Genealogical Society.
Cheri Hunter, librarian with the Decatur Genealogical Society, reads the 1830 probated will of Macon County resident John Cole.
Decatur Boys and Girls Club Executive Director Bruce Jeffrey recently became an auxiliary police officer with the Decatur Police Department.
Decatur Police auxiliary officer Bruce Jeffrey, left, is pictured with police officer Adam Siefman before Jeffrey goes on a ride along.
The Krekel’s in Macon opened on June 2, 2017, in the former Chillbilly's building.
Charlotte Roark and Fred Bogdan have lunch at the Krekel’s.
Amy Ray, left, and Kimberly Gaona prepare meal orders at the Krekel’s in Macon.
Decatur Park District Board President Bob Brilley III and board member Stacey Young discuss the Trees for Tomorrow campaign while standing near a tree that was recently planted in Fairview Park.
Harrison Steck was a three-sport athlete until a coach from the rowing team at Culver Military Academy encourage him to give that sport a try. With offers coming from Division 1 colleges, Steck's parent's had no problem with obtaining rowing equipment for their basement so Steck could continue training when he's at home.
Decatur's Harrison Steck gets a workout in the basement in his house.
A renovated barn provides an outdoor patio, performance stage and an expanded outdoor area.
Some of those who love to drink the Arpeggio wines also enjoy coming out and helping to pick the grapes from the 2-acre vineyard.
Mike and Karen Swiney are the owners of Arpeggio Winery in Pana.
Arpeggio Winery in Pana on US Highway 51 owned by owned by Mike and Karen Swiney.
Music is played on the weekends at Arpeggio Winery in Pana. The winery on US Highway 51 owned by owned by Mike and Karen Swiney.
Robert Arn talks about the moons of Jupiter during a public observation night at the Requarth Observatory on top of Millikin University's Leighty-Tabor Science Center in 2008.
Four-year-old Hallie is handed the bear she received from the Hugs & Cuddles program at HSHS St. Anthony's Memorial Hospital after outpatient surgical services manager Jill Ruholl helped dress it as a surgeon. Ochs was in the hospital to have her tonsils and adenoids removed.
Each pediatric surgery patient receives a teddy bear at HSHS St. Anthony's Memorial Hospital as part of the Hugs & Cuddles program.
Brittany Ochs, right, tries to ease her daughter Hallie's tension about having her tonsils and adenoids out. Hallie is covered up in the blanket she received from Project Linus, with the stuffed bear she received from the Hugs & Cuddles program close by.
Watching her son practice karate enticed Nalini Tailor to give it a try. Having since earned her black belt, Tailor now shares her knowledge with clients of Dove Inc.
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