The Department of Agriculture oversees the state's horse racing programs and encourage the breeding, racing and ownership of quality horses in Illinois. Plants & Pesticides The Illinois Department of Agriculture works to protect plants and crops from harmful insects and diseases.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, The Lake Shelbyville Fish Habitat Alliance, and the Illinois Department of Natural Resources are again teaming up to accept tree donations through February 12. Trees will be bundled and dropped into Lake Shelbyville to serve the needs of fish, such as providing a breeding area.
Youth (10-15): One participating adult (18 ) must supervise up to two 10-15 year olds. Each of our Go Ape locations will take you on a memorable adventure that combines ziplining with fun and challenging aerial obstacles.
Mudline Lodging is the perfect location for your Hunting, Fishing, Family Vacation, Romantic Weekend, or Girls Get-A-Way. We are able to fit your every need. We have a common area with a swing, a fire pit, picnic table, and a large area for the kids to play.
Fox Bend Golf Course, Oswego’s own welcoming and challenging public course, boasts plush fairways, mature trees, and challenging greens. This 6,890 yard, par 72 course tests skills of all levels with 34 well-positioned bunkers and water in play on 11 holes.
Jive talk, Harlem jive or simply Jive (also known as the argot of jazz, jazz jargon, vernacular of the jazz world, slang of jazz, and parlance of hip) is an African-American Vernacular English slang or vocabulary that developed in Harlem, where "jive" was played and was adopted more widely in African-American society, peaking in the 1940s.
Like most readers, I spend a lot of time happily immersed in words. But sometimes, even a dedicated logophile needs a break from nouns and narratives. This year, constrained by the pandemic and a foot fracture, many of my favorite non-verbal activities — long walks, museums, concerts, travel ...
The tornado moved northeast, passing east of Donnellson crossing Mt. Moriah Avenue and moving over the southern portion of Coffeen Lake. The damage in this area consisted of downed and snapped trees rated EF-1. As the tornado continued northeast, it crossed IL Route 185 where it destroyed an outbuilding, snapped trees, and downed power lines.