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9 E .q o" la to to o ol National Finalists in 2014 National FFA Agriscience Fair Hannah Riedle and Saman- tha McCarty, members of the Mount Pulaski FFA Chapter, were national finalists in the 20i4 National FFA Agriscience Fair at the 87th National FFA Convention & Expo in Louis- ville, KY. FFA members compete in one of six categories: Animal Systems Environmental Services/ Natural Resource Systems Food Products and Processing Systems Plant Systems Power - Structural and Technical Systems Social Systems To qualify for the National FFA Agriscience Fair, stu- dents must conduct a scientific research project pertaining to the agriculture and food science industries and present their findings to a panel of judges with a display and report. All national participants are selected as the state winner at their state agriscience fairs and earn national competition eligibility after being placed in the top 15 within their respective categories. Back in 1966-1968... ...There was a band in Mc Pulaski called the Islanders. It consisted of Tom Connolley, Jerry Collier, John Schlitt, Steve Bertchie and me, Kim Streenz. By chance, does any have any pictures of this band? I'd like to get a picture. Thanks, Kim Streenz PRIMITIVES By Wool Barn... ...available at Salt Creek Attic. Analysis says that men are 90% more likely than women to do something dangerously stupid. A couple who walked down the aisle together as ring bearer and flower girl did so again as bride and groom nearly 20 years later. A report says the most common password in 2014 was "123456? C ONAWAY HANDYMAN SERVICE LLC Fully Insured >- Painting Small Repairs Other Handyman Jobs Larry L Conaway Jr 217-737-4133 615 S Sprlnl St - Mt Pulaski Werth & Associates, REALTORS 1203 Woodiawn Road - Lincoln, IL 62656 Phone: 217-735-3411 Becky Werth, Managing Broker Brown County Cont'd From Page 8 The only treatment currently for exposure to the effects of IWTs is recognition of the problem and avoidance. There are no effec- tive methods of mitigation such as sound barriers, ear protection, white noise, etc. Design changes in the blades may help. Safe minimum setbacks are essential and may be either empirical, cur- rently suggested by an Australian group as far a 10km (6.2 mi) 4 although State Mandate by the WPSC is 1250' which is completely inadequate to prevent adverse health effects from audible sound if ILFN, or preferably, individually modeled setbacks de- pen- dent upon the amount if ILFN produced. However, none of-these "fixes" will help those individuals currently living in the footprint of an IWT. Jay J. Tibbetts, MD The author is a member of the Brown County Board of Health that has been studying health issues related to IWTs the past sev- eral years. The Board has sent 2 resolutions to the State of Wiscon- sin: one requesting further health studies and another requesting relief for families who have had to abandon their homes because of health issues related to IWTs. To date the State has not responded with any actions. He may be reached for comment at jaytibbetts@ art.net. 1 Brice, R (2012, Feb) Robert Brice - Wind Energy, Noise Pollu- tion, National Review Online 2 Salt, Alec N. Wind Turbines can be Hazardous to Human Health 3 James, Richard E-coustic Solutions 4 Waubra Foundation Australian health foundation warns wind industry and politicians (2011, June 29) EPAW Education Major Scholarship The Mu Chapter of.Alpha Delta Kappa is offering a $500 scholarship to Education majors who will be a junior or senior at a college or university in the 2015-16 school year. Applicant must be a graduate of a Logan or DeWitt County based high school. Students interested should contact Rebecca Bailey, Scholarship chair at 703 N. Jackson Lincoln, IL 62656 for an application. Application and two letters of recommendation are due by March 15. Alpha Delta Kappa is an Inter- national Honorary Women's Educators Sorority. For Rent Mt Pulaski - Large 2 bedroom apt., $475/ mo. Quiet residential area. coin-op laundry avail. Base- ment storage area. Must have excellent references. Lease and Security deposit required. 217- 792-5911 ask for Doug Looking for a Country Home? A quiet retreat! Spacious rooms; fuLL basement; Large deck over Looking the peaceful fieLds - $85,000!! CaLL Connie Travis 217-972-2938