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Tremont, IL was founded in 1834 by New England settlers and became a town in July of 1835. Tremont then served as the County Seat until 1850. During this time, Abraham Lincoln made a number of appearances as a lawyer in the Tremont Courthouse. Today, Tremont is a close-knit community comprised of many businesses and residents. We are well known for our annual Turkey Festival which brings in people from all over the country. Our town is also home to the Award-Winning District 702 Schools. Come see why Tremont is a great place to Work, Visit, and Live.
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Today at the Community Center!
Academy of Okinawan featuring Jake Culbertson

Thursday, June 23rd 10:30 AM
at the Tremont Community Center
Jake will demonstrate basic karate techniques and conduct a basic class!
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Please join us at the Tremont Pool this Thursday for Community Night! Admission is free for pool season pass holders, and only two dollars for everyone else. There will be games and prizes. So come out to the Tremont Pool this Thursday at 7:30 for the Community Night! ... See moreSee less

Hiya! Don't mind the construction, walk around the puddle and come on in! ... See moreSee less

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Community Night at the Pool

June 23, 2016, 7:30pm

Tremont Pool

It's cool at the pool. Community night is a great time to bring your family to the pool at a discount for a night of fun. We have several drawings for prizes through out the evening.

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NOTICE: Construction in front of library
The village is redoing the sidewalk ramp in front of the library. The front entrance is still open. Please be careful as you enter.
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Start date: mid July

Student Library Assistant is responsible for shelving items, checking in and checking out items, answering phones, filing as needed, assisting with Interlibrary Loan and Reference, processing materials for circulation, computer assistance for patrons, and other projects as assigned by the Director. Assists and supports all library activities and programming.

Seeking a student who is friendly, hard-working, and motivated.

Great job for a high school student or ICC student.

Required to be available in the fall, as we have a student who cannot work due to fall activities. Because of that, this position will get a lot of hours in the fall, with the option for less (or none, if too busy) in the spring. If you are involved in Spring activities or sports--but NOT fall--it's a great fit.

Summer hours will include some daytime, weekend, and evening hours. Once school begins, must be available to work approximately one 3-5PM and two 5-8PM shifts weekday shifts, and a Saturday rotation.

Please ask for an application at the front desk.
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Tremont Area Park District shared Tremont Triathlon's event.

It is not too late to sign up. You can sign up on line until Thursday at 12 noon or you can sign up Friday night 4-7:00 Pm at City Park Large Shelter or Saturday at 6:00 Am at City Park Large Shelter.…/groups/default.aspx…
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Tremont Triathlon

June 25, 2016, 7:00am

Tremont Pool

The 2016 Tremont Triathlon will be held on Saturday June 25, 2016. Mark your calendars and register today! This is a great race for beginners and experienced triathletes. In addition, we will need volunteers as well. Please let me know if you would like to have more information about Volunteering. Let's make this a great race! As we get closer to raceday, I will make a concerted effort to provide as much information to you as possible about pre race, race day, and post race activities as possible. 2016 Tremont Triathlon – 6/25/2016 Event Description: Swim Course (400 yards) Course is pool swim in our outdoor pool – 16 Lengths (8 laps)The start of the swim will be a time trial start. Note: first 12 athletes start in the water – NO DIVE START.Warm up swimming will be allowed until 6:40 a.m. – all swimmers must exit the pool at that point for pre-race meeting. Swim caps are NOT mandatory. If you experience trouble during the swim, wave your arm in the air. Lifeguards will be positioned along the pool deck. Athletes may rest on pool wall without disqualification. Swim goggles are recommended. You will be assigned a ½ lane and will remain in that lane until the completion of your swim – this is NOT a serpentine swim. Bike Course ( 15.45 Miles) Absolutely no bike riding within the transition area. Bikes must be walked or run through this area. Helmets are REQUIRED. The bike course is open to traffic. Please stay to your right on the roadways. Volunteers and police officers will be monitoring the course. Drafting on the bike course is not allowed. Bikes must be placed back on racks before beginning run segment. Route: Run Course (5K or 3.1 miles) The 5k run will take place on city streets and country road North of Tremont. Course is an out and back and relatively flat, with finish line on East side of Tremont Pool. Sports drink/Water at 1st and 2nd miles. Markers at every mile. Runners must wear their race number on front during the run. Route: Thank you! Mark Yocum, race director. If you have any questions send me a note on Facebook at Stephanie n Mark Yocum

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