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Plumbing Heating - Cooling Backhoe Service Septic Systems IL LIC 058-147596 St. John's Lutheran Church ,,The Uttle Church That Could"  5:30PM Saturday Services 10AM Sunday Services 223 W. Cooke St. 792-5502 Now Open rn Krib The Place For Good Food Restaurant- Bar Walleye Catfish - Lunch Specials Hours - 10:30 am - 8:30 pm Bar Open to Midnight Tues. - Fri. & to 2 am Weekends Closed Sunday & Monday Route 121 Latham 217-674-3444 Wedding Vows Exchanged Keenan Horton Katlyn Makenzi Keenan and Nicholas Lee Horton were united in marriage on October 4, 2014 on Anna Maria Island, FL. Parents of the Bride are Doug and Sally Keenan ofPana, IL. Parents of the Groom are Harvey and Julie Horton of Sherman, IL. Maid of Honor was Regan Stump, friend of the Bride and Best Man was Travis Combs, friend of the Groom. Bride,;maids were Alyssa Holsopple, Taylor Kovaevi,zh, and Ashley Horton. Groorasmen were, Brandon .Donnelly, Joey Teer, Za,.-k Mast, & Derek Borjon. Jonny Cain served as usher. A reception was held at Poe's On the Hill On October 18, 2014. The couple honeymooned in The Dominican Republic and currently resides in rural Riverton. Nick & Katie are both graduates of Williams- ville High School. Katie is employed by Memorial Physicians Ser- vices and Nick is employed by Illini Bank. 2 q I.a tO O i=a O! Hopefully Clinton Spring is Coming The Tree Committee for Mt. Pulaski, "The Hilltop Tree Huggers" would like to remind our Community members that with Spring coming, planting time begins. If anyone is interested in planting new trees, please pick up a request form at City Hall, fill it out, and return it to Laura. Please put a stake in the loca- tion you wish to add your tree and someone from the com- mittee will access the location, taking into account the proxim- ity to other trees, intersections, sidewalks, etc. Fish Fry St. John's Parish Hall, 514 N. Monroe in Clinton will host fish fries from 5-7 PM on Fridays: March Were You Ever a Courthoutse Volunteer? The Mt. Pulaski Court- house Foundation is look- ing for the names of all former Courthouse vol- unteers, from 1992 to the present. 20 and March 27. Menu: Fish, scalloped pota- toes, green beans, bread, des- sert and beverage; $8 for adults, and $4 for children 12 years old and younger. Carryout is also available. Proceeds will aid St. John's Parish. It would be helpful if you have old volunteer lists you can share. The foundation also would like to know where people are living if they are not in Mt. Pulaski. Please call Barbara Stroud- Borth at 217-792-5126. Thanks to everyone who has called. Please offer photos and other memorabilia if you have them.