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Wedding Vows Exchanged; Ohler-Johnson Rita Ohler and Brandon Johnson, both of Lafayette, Indiana were married at 3:30Pm June 13, 2009 at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Lafayette, Indiana. Her parents are Sandra Ohler of Mt. Pulaski and the late Thomas Ohler. His parents are Keith and Veronica Johnson of Warner, South Dakota. The reception was at Holiday Inn Select, Lafayette, Indiana followed by a wedding trip to Italy. The bride is a graduate of University of Illinois Champaign. She is employed at the Military Family Research Institute at Purdue University as a Logistics Project Manager. The groom is a graduate of South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. He is employed at Tate & Lyle as the Refinery Man- ager. The couple residesin Lafayette, Indiana. " Betsy Ulrich, D.D.S., M.S. Discover the reasons our office has become a destination for quality orthodontic treatment in Central Illinois. Creating beautiful, healthy smiles for children and adults. 400 N. CHICAGO STREET .'.LINCOLN 217-732-1073 Storage Space Available 500 S. Garden St. - Mt. Pulaski HSLC Needs The Humane Society of Logan County needs foster homes for dogs and cats. A shelter is planned when adequate funds are available, but at the present time, the only way HSLC has to "save" an animal is through the generosity of foster homes. The good news is that with the limited number of foster homes we have, HSLC has completed 52 adoptions in 2009. We almost doubled the total number of adoptions completed in 2008. HSLC takes care of food, supplies, and medi- cal issues. Foster homes provide love and train- ing. Foster families take an animal into their home until a forever home is found. If you are a family who loves animals, think about becoming a foster family for HSLC. Call Wanda Stevens at 217.737.4042 for more informa- tion on fostering and on adoption. Also, check out the web site at www.hslclincoln.org February Primary The turnout in Mt. Pulaski for the February Primary was just short of 400 Voters. Thanks to the dedicated Election Judges for a long day of service. Dan Phillips Photos Mt. Pulaski 4 - Cheryl Roy and Phyllis Beccue, and if he hadn't been taking the picture - Dan Phillips. Mt. Pulaski 3 - Sharon Aylesworth, Judy Cooper, Gini Bertoni, and Carol Manes. Mt. Pulaski 2 - Janice Proctor, Carol Van Rheeden, Jo Aylesworth, Debbie Aper, and Alberta Reiterman. Mt. Pulaski 1 - Patsy Garlits, Mary Pope, Leora Hild, and Gladys Letterle. ... tft m" tft ! 4urn o = t