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Religion calendar, March 27, 2015

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Events

Fundraiser to benefit Daily Bread

URBANA — An Empty Bowls fundraiser will be held from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday at Silvercreek Restaurant in Urbana to benefit Daily Bread Soup Kitchen.

It will include a dinner of soup and breadsticks and a locally-made bowl to take home, and there will also be a raffle of some hand-crafted pottery pieces.

Doctor to discuss healthy aging

CHAMPAIGN — Physician/author Dr. Roger Landry will speak about aging in a healthy way April 7 at the Champaign Country Club.

The public is invited, but reservations are required, according to Clark-Lindsey Retirement Village, which is hosting the presentation along with Busey Bank.

Rich Warren: Digital advice: An Apple addition and app subtraction

Dear Tim Cook:

As Apple CEO, you must be proud of your new Apple Watch. I received an email from a reader saying he was replacing his trusted Rolex with your new creation. Frankly, I think the battery life needs a bit of work.

Meg Makes: Simple, hearty sandwich always hits spot

Life is busy these days for nearly everyone I know.

That's why I'm always relieved to have a go-to dinner on a busy night that's still tasty. Three-cheese Tuna Bumsteads have always fit that bill for my family.

They're nothing fancy, but they hit the spot.

Three-Cheese Tuna Bumsteads

2 cans tuna in water, drained

2 tablespoons mayonnaise

Illinois Ancestors: Scottish Highlanders documented in new series

Dr. David Dobson, noted author of books pertaining to Scottish origins of American colonists, has introduced a new series designed to identify the origins of Scottish Highlanders who traveled to America prior to the Great Highland Migration that began in the 1730s.

His first volume lists groups of Highlanders from Argyll who headed for North Carolina and New York.

EIU lecture focuses on how animals mourn

CHARLESTON — How animals mourn will be the focus of a lecture presented by Barbara J. King at 5 p.m. Thursday in the Doudna Fine Arts Center Lecture Hall at Eastern Illinois University. Admission is free.

Younger Generation: Celebrating the achievements of young adults

Math champs

Individual winners in the 2015 Parkland-ICTM Regional High School Math Contest are listed below (team winners can be found at news-gazette.com). The state finals are May 2 at the University of Illinois:

In division 1A:

My Amish Home: A rainy trip to see some waterfalls

"To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven." Ecclesiastes 3:1

"For, lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone; the flowers appear on the earth; the time of singing birds is come; and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land." Song of Solomon 2:11-12

Neighbors: Recognizing accomplishments in our communities

Debate is on

Three members of the Parkland College Speech team recently earned honors at the Illinois Intercollegiate Forensics Association.

Nick Scott of Urbana and Eric Miller of Champaign finished second in debate in the four-year open division at this year's state tournament on March 6-7 at Northern Illinois University.