CASA for ChildrenCASA for Children Owner/Contact: Judy Brucker
The Child Protection Network is a 501c3 organization that supports the work of the Children’s Advocacy Center and the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) programs in their quest to protect children. They believe that every child has the right to a home free of abuse and neglect.
They support the Children’s Advocacy Centers in McLean, Livingston, and Dewitt Counties in their endeavor to investigate crimes against children and provide support to innocent family members, as well as the CASA program that recruits and trains community volunteers to be a voice for children placed in the foster care system.
Cavalera Evolution Entertainment /Bloomington Photographic StudiosCavalera Evolution Entertainment /Bloomington Photographic Studios Owner/Contact: Bradley Scott
Headed by Bradley Scott and Chase “the Charlie” Cavalera, this group of film makers creates features, shorts, webisodes, promos, commercials, print, music videos and more.
Despite occasional hiring of outside actors, Cavalera Evolution’s core group consists of “film makers” who are ready to take on all aspects of production.
Central Illinois Flying AcesCentral Illinois Flying Aces Owner/Contact: Zach Cooper
Known as the Bloomington Thunder from 2014-17, the Central Illinois Flying Aces rebranded for the 2017-18 season, its fourth season in the United States Hockey League. As a member of the USHL, the Flying Aces are a part of the United States’ only Tier 1 junior hockey league and the top development league for both NCAA Division I and NHL talent.
In just three seasons, the Flying Aces have helped nearly 40 players advance to the NCAA Division I level and have also cultivated five NHL Draft picks.
Common Ground GroceryCommon Ground Grocery Owner/Contact: Katha Koenes
Since 1977! October marks 36 YEARS of Common Ground Natural Foods. Thanks for your continued support of locally owned, independent business!
We take cash, checks, debit and credit (Visa, Mastercard or Discover) and LINK/SNAP (food stamps).
Saturday 9am-5pm (7:30am-5pm during Farmers’ Market season)