(Sept. 10, 2020) – The American Red Cross needs people of all races and ethnicities to give blood to help ensure a blood supply as diverse as the patients who depend on it. All blood types are needed to ensure that the right blood product... Read More.
Due to the national COVID-19 pandemic, there is currently a shortage of medical personal protective equipment (PPE), specifically “N95-rated” masks. The White County Farm Bureau is participating in “F.A.R.M. for Health” (Farmers and Ranchers Masks for Health). We are calling upon farmers, grain elevators,... Read More.
Donate blood and help us save lives on July 22 On July 22, we’ll roll up our sleeves and help save lives! The White County Farm Bureau is proudly partnering with the American Red... Read More.
Shriners Donate to K-9 Fund The local Ahava Shrine Club recently donated $2,200 to the Carmi Police Department K-9 Fund. Carmi Chief of Police Jason Carter said, “We greatly appreciate the support of the Ahava Shriners and all the other businesses and individuals that have donated... Read More.
Elks Donate to Local Boy Scout Troop The Carmi Elks Lodge make a donation to the Boy Scouts, troop 342. The money will be used to sponsor a scout trip to Washington D.C. early this summer. Pictured, excepting the check is troop leader Robin Harris... Read More.
Nancy Mitchell of the White County Democrats is pictured here presenting a check from the local political organization to Jack Bradshaw, representing the Cherry Street Baptist Church Food Pantry. The White County Democrats donated a... Read More.
Please join us on Wednesday, August 31, 2016, at the IBEW Hall in West Frankfort at 10:00 AM for a check presentation to the United Methodist Children’s Home from Ed Smith, CEO of ULLICO, for $25,000. This grant will be used for providing materials... Read More.