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7 - Mt. Pulaski Times January 8, 2011 Cecilia Holmes recently signed a National Letter of Intent to attend college and swim for her hometown Redbirds of Illinois State University beginning in the fall of 2011. Ceci- lia will specialize in mid-distance freestyle, breaststroke and individual medley events for the Redbirds. She is undecided on a major field of study. Cecilia is the daughter of Kevin and Tammy Holmes of Bloomington. Grandparents are Jerry and Joyce Maxheimer, and Kenny and the late Reva Holmes, all of Mr. PulaskL Mallory and Hannah are the daughters of Kent & Rhonda Gasaway of Prairie Vil- lage, Kansas. Mallory is enrolled at University of Fashion Design, Los Angeles. She appears in a commercial for Pepsi Max that airs during Super Bowl. Mallory's credits include CSI Las Vegas and completed a commercial for Sprint last year. She is on the cover of fashion magazine "Mode Hannah is also attending Univer- sity of Fashion Design, Los Angeles. Mallory and Hannah are the grand- daughters of Glenn & Mary Gasaway of Overland Park, Kansas. They are the great-nieces of Robert Gasaway of Mt. Pulaski. Latham United Methodist Church Dedicates Stained Glass Windows The public is invited to attend a dedication service January 23 at Latham United Methodist Church at 2 p.m. Refreshments and fellowship will follow the service. The one-hundred year old windows have been removed, repaired, and replaced. Funds were raised in order to preserve the windows for future generations to enjoy. Please come and see the beauty firsthand. asses at led this year to not have a gift Instead they brought the money they would have used on a gift to school. The money was counted and the two classes collected over $120. 0n De_cember 21, the students, along with several pazents and teachers, walked to Johnson's Food Center. Th students were divided into small groups. Each group made a list of items to purchase. They made the list after Overran from the Lincoln Logan Food Pantry spoke to the students about items the food pantry needed. The groups, armed with their lists, money, and calculators, shopped. They looked for the best buys, and for items that promoted good nutrition. Each child had a sack of groceries to carry back to the school. Prior to the shop- ping, the students had lessons on good nutrition, com- parison shopping, and estimating prices so they could stay within a given amount. It was a great experience! It was great seeing the children willing to give up a gift to help someone else! The third grade teachers are Mrs. Cunningham and Mrs. Radtke. First Planning ary 14 at 7 P.M. At The Lake Fork Community Center Second Planning Meeting Friday, February 4 at 7 P.M. AtThe Lake Fork Community Center at 7 FINAL Planning Meeting Friday, March 4 P.M. At The Lake Fork Community Center All consignments to be on sale bill must be in by this meeting. XB ' IL CAFE At Horsefeathers in Elkhart Delicious Home Cooking at its Best! Offering Scrumptious Lunches Tuesday - Sunday 11-2:30 Daily Specials - Seasonal Dishes . ~'Credit Cards~Accepted, Horsefeathers Antique & Gift Shop lOAm to 4Pm Tues. - Sun. 104 Governor Oglesby st 947-2100 Plumbing Heating Cooling Backhoe Service IL LIC 058-147596 "The Little Charch That CoaM" 5:30PM Saturday Services lOAM Sunday Services 223 W. Cooke St. Mt. Pulaski 792-5502 HAPPY NEW YEAR! At Vonderlieth Living Center, our resolution is to help seniors live happy, healthy & strong. Even Santa knows this is the time to get healthy.., or in his case, work off a few Christmas cookies! ! (217) 792-3218 i We are especially proud of our Rehab to Home program, If you need short-term care to return you home fast (whether locally or back to the North Pole), our therapists provide personalized programs, including physical, occupational and speech therapy. 112o N. Topper Driv e, M t. Pulaski