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Area yard and garage sales


1061 County Rd 1200 E.
Tolono
May 14 and May 15 / 9 am - 4 pm
Featured items:
Gourd birdhouses
Various sizes of dried gourds—$2-4
Mesquite wood posts
10 gal. New black plastic pots
3ft metal conduit tree stakes
4- 4x8 ft 3/4 in. Plywood
4- 4x8 ft sheets wood lattice board
Pieces of weathered wood
Snow fencing - 4 rolls
Portable Basketball stand with hoop & net -almost new
Tv stand free
Girls equestrian almost new black English Riding boots size 6


ECIYO to host spring concert on Sunday

Urbana -- The East Central Illinois Youth Orchestra will present this year's spring concert at Monticello High School's auditorium this Sunday.

The May 15 concert will be free and starts at 7:00 pm.

"The kids have worked long and hard during a challenging time, and the results will be very much worth hearing," said Kevin Kelly, Music Director for the East Central Illinois Youth Orchestra. "If you have the evening free, I hope you’ll consider attending."

The young musicians who will perform on Sunday are the top high school classical instrumentalists in the area. The student-musician group, who audition individually for their chair, consist of 49 students from Champaign, Urbana, Mahomet, Monticello, and Danville.

In addition to classical pieces from Bach, Tchaikovsky, and Mozart, concert-goers will hear new work by Aaron Rosenstein, a member of the orchestra.

"The kids have worked long and hard during a challenging time, and the results will be very much worth hearing," Kelly added.