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You Have a Choice Clemons for Mayor - Roger Bohn Campaign Manager THANK YOU TO ALL who attended and donated to Cornland Volunteer Fire Department during our 34th Annual Chili Supper. We greatly al vcciale your SUl ort! Sincerely, The Members of Cornland Volunteer Fire Depamnent MT. PULASKI COURTHOUSE FOUNDATION led the community in celebrating the 204th birthday of Abraham Lincoln, our greatest president. The Board of the Mt. Pulaski Court- house Foundation heartily thanks the many groups and individuals who worked with us to make the two days a great suc- cess. We appreciate Mr. Brian "Fox" Ellis for his three excellent presentations of people connected to Lincoln. We thank those who gave financial sup- port: The Tomlinson Trust, the Abraham Lincoln Bureau of Tourism of Logan County, the PASE group of the Mt. Pulaski Grade School. We thank Mike and Jennifer Richner of Hilltop Catering for the donation of Mary Lincoln's Cake. We appreciate the three school princi- pals, Mr Newton, Mr Jones, Mr Morgan and the Fourth Graders from Mr. Pulaski Grade School and Zion Lutheran School and teachers Mr. Siebert and Nips. W'flham. Thanks to all the people who helped getting ready or hosting on Saturday: Doreen Smith, Deb Aper, Alien and Shir- ley Schaal, Nick Smith, and Jim Jackson. We are grateful to Gini and Phil Bertoni and the Mt. Pulaski Public Library. for help with the publicity. We appreciate "The Times", "The Cou- rier", "The Lincoln Daily News" and "The Logan County Herald" and other newspapers and TV stations that cov- ered the Lincoln Birthday Party. We also give our thanks to all the people who came and enjoyed the presentations, the games and crafts and the special cake. Thanks to everyone who gave a donation to the Mt. Pulaski Courthouse Founda- tion to continue its work on maintaining the Courthouse. The Board of The Mt. Pulaski Courthouse Foundation TENTATIVE BUDGET & APPROPRIATION ORDINANCES for Mt Pulaski Township and Mt Pulaski Road District for fiscal year beginning January 1, 2013 and ending December 31, 2013 is on file and available for public inspection at the Mt Pulaski Township/Road District Office, 404 South Spring Street, Mt Pulaski. Public hearing on Budget and Appro- priation Ordinances is 7:30 Irm Thursday March 21, at District Office, and final action on ordinances will betaken. A poll says that Congress' approval rating is up to 15%. Mt Pulaski Library Memory Books Given in memory of Florence Stoll Finding God In The Story Of Amazing Grace Angels Watching Over Me Given by the Red Hats Extreme Birds Given by the Stoll Family Reflections Of A Peace Maker by Mattie Stepanek Given by Bob and Cheryl McCue Given in memory of Shorty Loveall Handy Man In The Great Outdoors Given by Dennis and Diane Blaum and Family Given in memory of Ken Kaesebier The Guidebook Of United States Coins Given by Mt. Pulaski Library Staff and Trustees Given in memory of Donald Stoll Easy Windows 8 Given by Phyllis Hawk Given in memory of Ruth McCormick Growing Roses In A Cold Climate Given by Mary Frances Sutton - and Bob and Cheryl McCue Given in memory of Mel Pofhal The Illinois Fighting Illini Given by Bob and Cheryl McCue Given in memory of Genie Lynch Poems To Learn By Heart: Forget-Me-Nots Given by Joe and Linda Jannazzo Given in memory of Annabelle Phillips The Shape Of My Heart There's No One I Love But You Given by Bob and Cheryl McCue The Biggest Kiss Given by'Dennis and Diane Blaum and Family Denying responsibility is like claiming your shoes made your feet stink. A 1964 Rambler sedan used by both George and Mitt Romney is being auc- tioned on eBay. 16 V- lID P t~ O I.t a O I:h