Caring for the Community

Shuff Lives In Service Of Others

Tony Shuff said he is thankful for the invitation to attend a Christian meeting while he was going to college at Eastern Illinois University in the early ’70′s. Shuff said it was that meeting that made an impact on how he views life and credits Jesus for his many blessings. Shuff, who serves as the Director of the Salvation Army Keest Center in Lincoln as well as the founder of Resilient Premier Cleaning Services, is The Courier March Citizen of the Month.

Shuff grew up in the farmland around Bridgeport, Illinois and always took an interest in the field of art. He enrolled for art courses at Eastern Illinois University where he had a chance encounter with the emerging born again Christian movement on campus.

“A friend invited me to come to a meeting on campus and I was only going to be polite, but to my surprise, the meeting was life changing,” said Shuff. – Lincoln Courier

Family Fun Day

Every year we are fortunate to be able to sponsor a local church’s free event put on for the community-food, games, bounce houses, give-a-ways, and live bands…you name it! Such a wonderful event for family and children.

T-Ball Sponsorship

We love our children’s sports and are always happy to enhance the love of baseball.

We All Bleed Red

We were honored to host our first annual 5k run/1.5 mi walk in 2017 for our community. All proceeds benefiting the local Salvation Army. We look forward to making it an annual event.

Christmas Parade

We love to show our community pride by participating in the city’s Christmas Parade. Being able to interact with our locals in such a sweet way brings a smile to our faces.

Bell Ringing

We believe it is highly important to give back to those less fortunate. Tony and his team helped raise funds for the local Salvation Army through bell ringing at various local stores throughout the holiday season.

Grand Soiree

Honored to attend & sponsor Lincoln College’s annual Grand Soiree. This wonderful event benefits the Lincoln Heritage Museum.