On display will be a dual turntable, recently donated by Pat and Patsy Thackery to the museum, that was custom made for Hulsizer in about 1936 when he operated a club on Scioto Street. The Turntable was used again once the records were moved to 12 1/2 Monument Square when Hulsizer would entertain jazz musicians, many of whom had played on his rare recordings, a catalogue of which will be on display.
Reich and Walter will also feature photos and information about local jazz musicians such as Harry Stevens as well as various dance bands that played in Champaign County and the surrounding area.
It was a very successful first day as Winner's One Stop had a hard time keeping the fresh donuts stocked in their market due to high demand.
The market stated on their Facebook page this morning, "We appreciate your patience as we determine what the proper number of doughnuts to order on a daily basis is."
Winner's is hoping to get a custom order program started in the near future and potentially a long-term relationship with Der Dutchman.
You can follow their Facebook page here to stay informed on their partnership with Der Dutchman.
Your child's development may be screened in these ares:
*students who will be 5 years old by 8/1/22 are considered age-eligible for kindergarten and not eligible for preschool enrollment.
For more information, contact Tracey Wilson at (937) 653-5124.
The Champaign County Visitors Bureau has released their schedule for all of the major events happening in Champaign County this year.
See the full schedule below:
If you would like a copy, stop in at the Visitors Center or find them at various locations around the county. Click here to find all Champaign County events, big or small!
Call Deb Orecchio at (937)826-0898 for more information and a screening packet of required paperwork.
Screening appointment will be made after a completed packet is turned in.