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- a midwestern state in north-central United States
- a member of the Algonquian people formerly of Illinois and regions to the west
- Illinois ( ), is the fifth-most populous state of the United States of America, and is often noted for being a microcosm of the entire country.
- A state in the eastern central US; pop. 12,419,293; capital, Springfield; statehood, Dec. 3, 1818 (21). Colonized by the French in the 1600s and ceded to Britain in 1763, it was acquired by the US in 1783
- A circular object that revolves on an axle and forms part of a machine
- Used in reference to the cycle of a specified condition or set of events
- (wheel) a simple machine consisting of a circular frame with spokes (or a solid disc) that can rotate on a shaft or axle (as in vehicles or other machines)
- (wheel) change directions as if revolving on a pivot; "They wheeled their horses around and left"
- steering wheel: a handwheel that is used for steering
- A circular object that revolves on an axle and is fixed below a vehicle or other object to enable it to move easily over the ground
- The food eaten on such an occasion
- Any of the regular occasions in a day when a reasonably large amount of food is eaten, such as breakfast, lunch, or dinner
- (meal) the food served and eaten at one time
- (meal) any of the occasions for eating food that occur by custom or habit at more or less fixed times
- (meal) coarsely ground foodstuff; especially seeds of various cereal grasses or pulse
meals on wheels illinois - Come On
Come On Feel the Illinoise
Subtitled Come On Feel The..., Sufjan Stevens & The Michigan Militia have moved to Illinois (dubbing themselves the Illinoisemakers) but this new album is the same Sufjan we know and love. Fingerpicked ballads of delicate twang, tasteful orchestration, and titles that are murder on the ID3 tags. While this album unmistakably owes its inspiration to the sound of Michigan, Sufjan has managed to take his orchestra-like folk template and expand on it, tapping into unexpected genres and bringing unexpected instruments like strings and woodwinds to the forefront, all while relating tales of the state's history as well as possibly fictional stories about its residents. To sweeten the deal, Sufjan's vocals have also improved some: he's managed to make his thin, meek vocal presence a little more noticeable, and while that doesn't stop him from using members of the quirky Danielson Famile as his own personal choir, it's nice to hear him sound more assured on some of this album's mellower moments. Rough Trade. 2005.
Illinois sounds like The Sea and Cake collaborating with the high-school band from a Wes Anderson film on banjo-driven, pulsing meditations on Vince Guaraldi's music for Peanuts. Sufjan Stevens, the singer-songwriter behind the endeavor, is an earnest and whimsical young man who aims to record an album based on every state in the union, though this is just his second attempt since 2003's Michigan. Lavish praise has been heaped upon this precocious twenty-something, who weaves personal recollections, historical narratives, and strange facts together to create lush portraits of Midwestern life. It's not maudlin stuff, and the atypical instrumentation (strings, choirs, trumpets, vibes) is beyond gimmick. Halfway through "John Wayne Gacy, Jr.," when Stevens has you feeling true empathy for a serial killer, it's clear that he really is an artist of the highest order. These are weird and lovely middlebrow ditties; we eagerly await the Broadway adaptation. --Mike McGonigal
My name is Ben H Wilcox and I am a Lawyer / Educator in Chicago Illinois. I am an active member of First United Church in Oak Park, serving communion and working with the homeless and youth ministries. I play on the church softball team and volunteer and am involved with many community events. I consider myself a strong Christian. I have tremendous faith in God and his love for all of us despite our shortcomings. I just want to serve the lord Jesus and give something back for all the blessings I have received in my own life. In the end its all about God’s love and forgiveness and service to others, our country and our community. I accepted Christ at a young age and was raised in the church. I believe that Jesus Christ is the living Son of God. I believe that Jesus is the center of a Christian life. I base all my life decisions on the direction I receive from prayer and seeking the guidance of the Lord. I am active in my church and prayer life and live my life accordingly. I want to use my skills and knowledge to serve the lord. I believe all we do in life should be service based and for Christ and his Kingdom I love Jesus, my family, and my country. I pray for our country and its leaders each day. I pray for our military men and women each day and thank God for them. Community service is a passion of mine. I enjoy working with my church ministries in the community. In the past I have worked with Big brothers Big Sisters, Goodwill, Salvation Army, Pug rescue, Hospice, Meals on Wheels, and the Jewish Anti defamation League just to name a few. I have preformed thousands and thousands of hours of (ProBono) free legal work for the church, homeless ministries and community service organizations. I have donated thousands of dollars to local charities including, Hospice, Salvation Army, PADS , Habitat for Humanity and the Ronald McDonald House. I am also a member of the Sigma Chi alumni Assoc. I believe that people in a democracy need education regardless of their vocational or professional fields. I also recognize that occupational proficiency is essential to a satisfying life. Quality education is the primary objective of all programs, whether in university parallel curricula, developmental education, occupational education, or continuing education programs. I recognize that the young are not the only persons needing higher education, but that many adults, including senior citizens, are finding it necessary and desirable to pursue further education and training. I approach all endeavors with the highest standards of ethics and professionalism -- I am committed to excellence in everything I do. Ben H Wilcox
The Wagon Wheel (1961)
The back reads: THE WAGON WHEEL Rockton, Illinois Located at the intersection of Routes 2 & 75 Serving quality food that we believe you particularly desire. Opened March 15, 1936 with sex tables, three booths, and three employees - now over 400 employees. The enjoyable meals served in the quaint atmosphere of THE WAGON WHEEL will appeal to the most exacting appetite. Mailed Jan 19, 1964, the message reads only: Hi Theresa Yep. "Hi Theresa". Must have worn them out coming up with that message. I like how they mention that they've got 400 employees now, but never tell you if they added any more tables or booths. I would imagine the service would be on the annoying side (what with 400 people in there + you) if they hadn't. From what I've found, The Wagon Wheel began life as a gas station in teh early 1930's, then they added a small coffee shop where customers could have a cup of coffee and something to eat while their car was being serviced. As time went on, the place was expanded and eventually even included a motel too. It seems it burned a couple times, then was finally torn down around 2005. (If this info is incorrect, please feel free to correct me!)