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nstruction & Remodeling I ocaliy Owned / Fully Insured [ evin Hild 217-671-0200 J Rotary Guest Mr. Pulaski Rotary Club featured Mike Maniscalco, the new Executive Director of the Logan County Economic Develop- ment board, as their speaker at the Thurs- day, January 5 lunch meeting at Buff's Restaurant. 217-871-8094 364-1300th Ave Lake Fork II HSLC Breakfast Humane Society of Logan County will host a Pancake and Sausage Break- fast to benefit the programs of HSLC Saturday, January 14 at Friendship Manor, 925 Primm Road 8 to Noon. Tickets are adults $7, children 4-10 $3, and chil- dren under 3 eat fTee. Join us for a perfect start to a cold winter day and help the abused, neglected and abandoned animals of Logan County. U.S. Census Bureau The U.S. Census Bureau is randomly sending the Ameri- can Community Survey to U.S. residents. Addresses were selected as a part of a sample and represent thousands of households. The U.S. Census Bureau randomly selects about 3 million addresses each year to participate in the survey. If you receive the U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey you are legally obligated to answer all Community Survey the questions, as accurately as you can. The relevant laws are Title 18 U.S.C Section 3571 and Section 3559, which amends Title 13 U.S.C. Section 221. Your answers are important. As part of a sample, you repre- sent many other people. Each question helps your commu- nity, your state, and the federal government. The information that the Census Bureau collects helps to determine how more than $400 billion dollars of federal funding each year are spent on infrastructure and services. Your answers help state and local leaders make decisions about programs and invest- ments such as new highways, schools, hospitals, job training, community centers, and emer- gency services. Get outstanding low prices on quality products. SIW 33% UlROU reg. 5.99-6,99 Alkaline Batteries Premium formula for superior performance. Choose from 8-pk, AA,  4-pk. C, D or 2-pk. 9V batteries. E 143 224, 225 226, 227, 228 While supplies last. HOT DEAL reg. 11.99, 8.99 8-Lb. Birders' Blend Premium Mix or 20-Lb. Wild Bird Food Great general purpose mix. Convenient reclosable bag with handle helps retain freshness. L 501 322, 272 White supplies last. Ma ...... 599 ............................. reg.9.49 56-Qt. Storage Box .............. Features a snap4ight lid and see-through base. W 114 293 F8 Contents not cked While supplies Jast, JOHNSON HARDWARE & GARDENS Open 7 Days a Week ion. - Fri. 7.30Am- 6Pro Sat. 7:30Am - 5Pro Sun. lOAm- 3Pro START RIGHT. START HERE: nsontruevalue 423 S. Washington St. - Mt. Pulaski Sale Ends Jan. 31, 2012 792-5911 /iii!z Walk to the edge of the sidewalk on the South Side of the Square and you'll see the foundation work underway for Deron Powell's new insurance office. As with the work at Zion Lutheran Church, you couldn't have better weather in Decem- ber to get construction work moving along in Central Illinois. Times Photo Powell Insurance Agcy Inc De,on Poweil, Asent 114 E Cooke Stee[ Mt Plaski, ]L 5258 ;Jus 217 792 3371 Find us at our temporal,/location, 123 S Lafayette, o the Southeast cou]e of the Squa[e Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there.  CALL ME TODAY, FREE Shippin! to our store on your orders. 10;] H 00StateFarm 6 Mt. Pulaski Times Thursday - January 5, 2012