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3 w = o t t 4 Meeting a week later The combined meeting of Mt. Pulaski Township Board of Trustees and Mt. Pulaski High- way Commissioner will be held February 24 at 7:30Pm in the township office on Spring St. This is a week later than the meeting was scheduled. Collecting Pop Tabs Mt. Pulaski High School National Honor Society is again collecting pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald House in Springfield. Many families travel far from home to get treatment for their seriously ill or injured chil- dren. The treatment may last a day, a month, or even longer. Ronald McDonald Houses around the world offer fami- lies a way to stay together, in proximity to the treatment hos- pital, and be comfortable and cared for during their stay. Families are stronger when they are together, which helps in the healing process. By stay- ing at a Ronald McDonald House, parents can also can better communicate with their child' s medical team and keep up with complicated treatment plans when needed. When your child is sick. you want the best care possible even if it is hundreds or thousands of miles away. The Ronald McDonald House allows families to access spe- cialized medical treatment by providing a place to stay at little or sometimes no cost. The group is asking homes, businesses, organizations, etc. to save their pop tabs and to take them to Mt. Pulaski High School in sealed plastic bags. Or, if you'd like them to be picked up, call the high school library at 792- 7285. Thank You! 2010 Hunting and Fishing Licenses Mt. Pulaski City Hall will be selling Hunting & Fishing Licenses starting at the end of March. Note that prices have increased in 2010. You may pur- chase the licenses from 8am- 12pm and 1-4pm weekdays. Resident Hunting $12.50 Nonresident Hunting- Annual $57.75 Nonresident Hunting- 5 day $35.75 Senior Hunting $6.50 Deer Resident OTC, Combo Archery Permit (E/S & A]O) $26.00 Deer NR Single OTC Antlerless Archery Permit $25.50 Deer Res Single OTC Antlerless Archery Permit $15.50 Nonresident OTC Turkey Archery $75.50 " Resident OTC Turkey Archery $5.50 Deer Special CWD Antlerless Only Permit $5.50 Sportsmen's Combo Hunt & Fish $26.25 Senior Sportsmen's Combo $13.50 NR Deer OTC Combo Archery Permit (E/S & A/O) $411.00 Resident Trapping $10.50 Nonresident Trapping $175.50 $250.50 Resident Fishing $15.00 Nonresident Fishing- Annual $31.50 Nonresident Fishing- 10 day $20.00 Sport Fishing 24-hour Resident & NR) $5.50 Senior Fishing $7.75 Whee... Bowling in Chestnut Chestnut United Methodist Church will host a Family Fun Night Friday, March 26. A bowl- ing tournament for all ages starts with registration at 6:30 and bowling rolls at 7. Yes. It's Wii bowling. Mt. Pulaski Grade School February Students of the Month 6th Grade Brett Huff Son of Butch and Jo Rent- meister of Mt. Pulaski and Brian Huff of Springfield. 7th Grade Justin Dunakey Son of Michael and Theresa Maus of Mt. Pulaski Jason Dunakey of Mt. Zion. 8 th Grade Emma Stewart Daughter of John and Diedra Stewart of Mt. Pulaski. Our Weather The official National Weather Srvice rainfall (melted snow) for the M. Pulaski Observa- tion Location for December was 4.26". Total snow for December was 8.1". Rainfall - November 3.91": October was a deep 9.83". September was a scant 1.57". July 4.39". August 3.97". Rain-Melted Snow Experienced Interior Painters at 12-3.20" 12-25 1.23" 12-7.07" 12-26.01" 12-9.64" 12-27.18" 12-13.11" 12-28.14" 12-19.02" 12-31.10" 12-21.27" 12-24 1.23" TOTAL 4.26" Snow 12-7 1" 12-27 2.4" 12-19.5" 12-28 2.7" 12-21.8" 12-31.4" 12-26.3" TOTAL 8.1" On 12-27 snow depth was 5" 3Pm. pleyou know and trust Rich Logan Vice President of Lending "I've been a admiU I enjoy beingofthe INBteam: We can helpourcustomers better manage eir money with state-of-the-art technology, which is newto this area. But we also knowthat people matter, and the excellent customer service. Stop byand see us, you'll be happyyou did!" "1 like working for an award-winni k: INB was named a Community  Bank of theYar by the Illinois kers Assodgtion in 2007. Most recently we , were namedtheOutstanding Philanthropic Corporation by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Illinois Capital Area Chapter. We.are Committed to the communities we serve, and t'm proud to be a member of the INB family." Dee Anderson Branch Manager We Make Banking Easy. Choose INB. 217-792-3216 toll free 877-771-2316 www.illinoisnaon)an Iccom Visit our bsite( oranc. Member FDIC Plumbing Heating Cooling Backhoe Service Septic Systems b Open H to 5 Sunday- Food Only! i [itwYt00 E. M Donald - St. Pulaski i0. 792-3335 t NEW HOURS Fri. & Sat. Kitchen Open tO 11PM .Insuredl Quality Workl Free Estimates Shown 414-5413 Fred 566-3427 Thank You for Your Support in th,- Primary Ele :tion Jean Anderson, Republican Regional Superintendent of Schools