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! Bob McCue, Joyce Maxhei- mer, and Barbara Stroud-Borth represented he Mt. Pulaski Courthouse Foundation at the Christmas Open House at the Illinois Governor's Mansion on December 13. They invited people to visit the Mt. Pulaski Courthouse, gave out brochures about the Courthouse Foundation, and let people know about the Christ- mas on V'megar Hill tree and event. Thanks to all the people who helped decorate the Courthouse Tree and the V'megar Hill Tree: Phyllis Beccue, Dorothy Mason, Jo Richner, Karen Ballard, Ron and Ann Leesman, Joyce Max- heimer and Barbara Stroud- Borth. PRIMITIVES By Wool Barn... Available at Salt Creek Attic better water, pure and simple Eddie Combs of Mt. Pulaski Is Your Culligan Man For Culligan Water Products Water Softeners -Iron Filters Bottled Water JOEL & DEANNA JACOBS CULLIGAN WATER 735-4450 318 N. Chicago St. - Lincoln PUBLIC NOTICE TREE TRIMMING ACTIVITIES IN LATHAM, MT. PULASKI AND NEARBY AREAS TO THE PATRONS OF AMEREN ILLINOIS: Please be advised that Ameren Illinois will trim trees and other vegetation in and around the town(s) of Latham and Mt. Pulaski, Illinois. Our qualified utility arborists will trim trees and vegetation that could interfere with elec- tric lines that run from pole to pole and elsewhere. This work is necessary in order to minimize the likelihood of outages and safety hazards. There is no charge to you for this service. If you have any questions about this work, please call 1-800-755-5000 or visit our website at MySafeTrees. com. You may address your concerns in the manner spec- ified on our website. You may also call the Consumer Ser- vices Division of the Illinois Commerce Commission at 1-800-524-0795. Maps have been provided to the mayors and the county board chair- persons of the affected areas. Sincerely, Ameren Illinois Forestry Department