Pampered Pink 2019 - Wednesday, October 23


Make Her Day Special! For the fourth time at our Pampered Pink event, we?re giving away a makeover (new outfit, hairstyle and nails). If you know a female cancer patient or survivor who would be encouraged by a makeover, nominate her using the form below before October 18th. Simply tell us why you believe she deserves a makeover and we?ll surprise the winner at the event! You can enter as many women as you like. If you want to send multiple nominations, please email them to Molly Sorrel before the deadline.




The proceeds will benefit Hope Blooms, a local charity benefiting cancer patients of all ages and afflictions.



Call Molly Sorrell, Director of Community Relations and Marketing, at (217) 322-5269 or RSVP/submit your nomination using the form below! 

If you want to make multiple nominations, please send a separate email to Molly Sorrell before the deadline.

Please download a flyer here!



The Old Homestead is located between Rushville and Beardstown, Illinois.

(NOTE: The Old Homestead Barn is not available via GPS - please print these directions.)

From Rushville: From the Rushville Square, travel East on East LaFayette St, past the Princess Theater leaving town, past the Schuyler Livestock Sale Barn. This road is called Beardstown Road. You will go almost exactly 3.3 miles to our place. It is located on the right, large white and black barn and machine shed with a black and white garage and house. White gravel semi circle driveway. This is a blacktop country road – drive at a safe speed of about 40 mph and stay on your side of the road as there are a few curves and hills to encounter.

From Beardstown: Go across the Illinois River Bridge, traveling  Rt 67 North. Go straight at 4 way stop – heading towards Rushville. You will travel up the big hill that has 3 lanes on it. AT THE TOP of the three-lane hill, be prepared to take the first country road to the RIGHT. This is a blacktop road called Gillette Road. You will follow this road for about 4.4 miles. Don’t turn off the the blacktop road at all. PLEASE drive at a safe speed of 40 mph and stay on your side of the road as there are many curves to encounter along with farmers. The Old Homestead Event Barn is technically the second house on the left in 4.4 miles. Major landmarks are a black and white house, garage, barn and machine shed with a semi-circle white gravel driveway. Parking is behind and north of the barn for events.

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