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Mt. Pulaski Grade School 2nd Quarter Honor Roll 2011-2012 6 th Grade ALL A'S Corey Beccue, Faith Doerr, Bayley Holmes, Peyton Taylor HIGH HONORS Olivia Letterle, Emma Schoth HONORS Emily Fielden, Abrielle Howard, Brayden Trimmer, Emily Wakeman HONORABLE MENTION Tosha Boyer, Jaden EUiott, Ashley Berry, Abbegail Phillips, Trevor Hayes, Fikirte Mort 7  Grade ALL A'S Madeline Moody, Harley Moore, Elijah Olson HIGH HONORS Elijah Grieshelm, Makenzie Lock HONORS Zachary Drake HONORABLE MENTION Travis Benhart, Alexis Byrne, Ashley Houser, Skye Kretzinger, Danielle Miller, Madison Nixon 8  Grade ALL A's Brian Batchelder, Devin Jones HIGH HONORS Miranda Hrlliard, Elizabeth Siebert HONORS Morgan Hayes, BreAnna Rentmeister, Tiffany Stewart HONORABLE MENTION Lauren Anderson, Madeline Davis, Kaitlin Fairchild, Brent Huff, Dalton Lit- terly, Lilly Pickett, Brianna Stewart Mt. Pulaski Grade School 1st Semester Honor Roll 2011-2012 6 e Grade ALL A'S Corey Beccue, Faith Door, Bayley Holmes, Peyton Taylor HIGH HONORS Olivia Letterle, Emma Schoth HONORS Jaden Elliot, Emily Fielden, Abrielle Howard, Brayden Trimmer, Emily Wake- man HONORABLE MENTION Ashley Berry, Tosha Boyer, Trevor Hayes, Darien Payne, Abbegail Phillips, Jordan Sanchez 7  Grade ALL A'S Harley Moore, Elijah Olson HIGH HONORS Zachary Drake, Elijah Griesheim, Madeline Moody HONORS Alexis Byrne HONORABLE MENTION Travis Benhart, Gabrielle Henson, Ashley Houser, Makenzie Lock, DanieUe Miller, Madison Nixon 8 th Grade ALL A's Brian Batchelder, Devin Jones, Eliza- beth Siebert, Tiffany Stewart HIGH HONORS Morgan Hayes, Miranda Hrlliard HONORABLE MENTION Lauren Anderson, Justice Caswell, Kaitlin Fairchild, Hannah Freer, Brent Huff, Dalton Litterly, BreAnna Rentmeis- tel Brianna Stewart All Electric Home? Some residential customers use elec- tricity to heat their homes. Typically, these "all-electric" customers consume more than 800 kWh of electricity per month in the non-summer months. Discounted power rates from for all- electric customers have not been entirely eliminated. Because of this discounted, Retail Electric Suppliers (RES) often are unable to offer a lower price than the util- ity price. All-electric customers may not save money by switching to a different electric provider as is now possle. If you have been contacted about switching to a different electric supplier it is important that you evaluate your annual usage and the rate being offered to you in order determine what electric supply option best suits your needs. Go to to see what your rate would be with a supplier other than Ameren. POliceReport By Mike Lakio First Arrest - Officer Wil Gilmore made his first arrest. The honored motorist was stopped because the driver found the turn signals on the truck too complicated to operate. Once stopped, it was discovered the driver had not possessed a valid driver's license since Sept. 2009. The driver was chauffeured to the jail and given a written warning for not using the conveniently located turn signal. Did You Know - A cruise that will recreate the Titanic's voyage has sold out. Jan. 5 Mt. Pulaski Rotary Minutes Present- Phil, Rebecca, Darrell, Doug, Jim, Jerry, Curt Fox (Lincoln), and Mike Maniscaico, Executive Director of Lin- coln and Logan Economic Development Board. MR. MANISCALCO presented an excellent program for us. Goals of  Devetovne.t: Bringing Government & Community together. Increase Economic Base in Logan County Develop more jobs Improve Qoality of Life Foster Entrepreneurship of businesses between 0-25 employees Retention of current businesses inn Logan County Strengats of h,gan County: 1) Compelling space 2) Three institutions of higher leaming 3) Wind energy hub 4) Need for 21" Century Infrastructure 5) Good transfer Area between larger cities Area of  in Logan County: 1) Need for g/shoes shopping- loss of $307,000 2)Need for Lumber/Building Busi- ness-loss of $1.1 Million 3)Need for manufacturing-loss of $414,000 4) Need for Agfi-related Businesses- loss of $1 Million 5)Need for housing in $120K-$170K range Mr. Pulaski Rotary Goal for this year has been to add three new members. So please invite someone to come along with you! Rebecca Drake, 796-3519 President Filling Your ] Mattress g Furniture I Those 50+ Health Care Needs [ Clearance I BeautifUlbedroom apartmentefficiency + .... ......................  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