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Dixon Aylesworth is now 10 O years old. His birthday was ,= Feb. 14, and he's the son of Randy and Kelly Aylesworth, sister to Kamryn and grand- , child of Linda Ayers and Jo Aylesworth, all of Mt. Pulaski. This MPGS 4th grader enjoys skateboarding, riding his dirt bike, building with Legos, and ._ playing with Hot Wheels cars. He also enjoys music, video games and playing baseball and basketball. Dixon is also  active in the Mt. Pulaski Chris- tian Church Big Wednesday program. Garth Helton made it offi- cial. He was the first to report the arrival of two Robins. They were spotted on the Heltons deck March 11. Ryan Jason of Chestnut par- ticipated in the Model Illinois Government simulation along with some fellow LLCC stu- dents. Held at the Illinois State Capitol, students competed in the four-day intercollegiate simulation of the Illinois legis- lative process. Figuring Jason accomplished more than the elected yahoos. Don Stanfield of the Corn- land Bank is "doing a mea culpa". The short history of the Cornland Bank he had in the March 1 issue left off Erma Louise Bohn. Don's correcting his error and here it is... "Erma Louise Bohn joined the bank in 1959, was elected Assistant Cashier in 1963 and served in that capacity until her retire- ment in 1985." Don said he wanted to note the bank sin- cerely apologizes for the omis- sion. So noted Don. As provided by a frequent flyer tired of all the security checks... Here's a solution to all the controversy over full- body scanners at the airports. Have a booth that you step into that will not X-ray you. It will detonate any explosive device you may have on you. It would be a win-win for everyone. No profiling. Elim- inates long, expensive trials. Justice... quick and swift. Helpful hint.., local resident has started tomato plants from seeds. Resident advises plac- ing seed pots on an electric heating mat and using a grow light. Advising police depart- ment of the use being made of grow light is optional; after all - there is another locally pop- ular cash crop grow lights are used for. Meet March 16 DeWitt- Logan Retired Teach- ers will meet the 16 th at 10:30 at Bonanza Restaurant, Lincoln. John Durdle will speak on "Historical Windmills". Chris Gluck will bring members up to date on "Member Benefits". New yearbooks will be distrib- uted. Submitted By - Marianna Lessen Mt. Pulaski High School 2010-11 Illinois State Scholars Recognizing outstanding aca- demic achievement, the Illi- nois Student Assistance Com- mission has listed high school students who have been named 2010-11 Illinois State Scholars. From Mt. Pulaski High School we have these scholars.. Erich Maxheimer Ashley Southerlan Kyley Wyss Fall 2009 PACE Dean's List Area students have been named to the PACE Dean's list at Millikin University for fall 2009. Millikin's Professional Adult COmprehensive Education (PACE) program is for adults who may have previously earned some college credit at other institutions. PACE offers an accelerated evening class format which allows students to take one class at a time one eve- ning per week for 5-1,0 weeks, depending on the major. The program offers five Bachelor of Science majors: Accounting, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Edu- cation, Nursing RN to BSN, and Organizational Leader- ship. PACE also offers Educator Certification for Early Child- hood Education and Elemen- tary Education for adults who have already earned a bache- lor's degree but would like to become teachers. Locally, the PACE Dean's List includes... Therese N. Kaesebier, XECE, College of Professional Study, Senior, Elkhart. Robert M. Saulsberry, XPOL, College of Professional Study, Junior, Mt. Pulaski. Golfer: "I'd move heaven and earth to be able to break 100" English Caddy: "Try heaven, you've already moved most of the earth." Golfer: "Well, How do you like my game?" English Caddy: "Very good, Sir! But personally I prefer Golf." o Su00.r Creel, Orthodontics 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 Lake Fork Community Auction Saturday March 27- 9:30 Am Corasignments Taken Until 7:30Am Sale Day Large items wiitt be accepted anytime the week of the sale. SmaLL items, including ffurniture, wiLL be accepted Friday, March 27 until 7Pm. No items will be unloaded after dark. Auction IncLudes - Farm Equipment - TraiLer - Lawn E Garden - Trees Livestock Et PouLtry - MisceLLaneous - Furniture We reserve thee right to refuse or reject any consigned items including: No Firearms - No Overhlead Fuel Tanks - No Non-Working AppLiances - No Used Tires - No Paints/Solvents or Empty Paint or Solvent Containers World Famous Pancakes 8 Sausage or Biscuits t Gravy Serving 7Am - 4Pm Sale Day Donation:S5.50 Adults, includes Coffee or Drink $3 for Children Under 10 Sausage Pork & Cheese... Will be on sale at the Community Center the week of the Sale starting Monday, March 22 at 9Am Cheese - American WaLnut; Cheese Curds, String Cheese; CaLico HaLf-moon; Longhorn HaLf-moon; Mild Brick; Shredded, MiLd Et Sharp Cheddar; Shredded MozzareLLa; Farmers Cheese; Baby SwiLL Wedges; Et Pepper Jack. Meat - 1 Lb. Sausage Pkgs. BuLk or Paddies; Rope Sausage; TenderLoin Catfish; Bone In Chops; Butterfly Pork Chops; Americas Cut; Back Ribs; Bacon; Side & Spare Ribs. Crafts - Country Crafts. Vendors - Many vendors with a variety of merchandise - clay of sale. Country Kitchen Store, day of SaLe. Home Baked Goods. Sale Terms: Cash or approved check with photo icl. Buyers register with photo Icl. Not responsible for accidents. Purchasers shaLL assume responsibility of items at the time of purchase. No items removed from the ground until fuLL payment is made. ALL purchases items must be removed from the grounds on the clay of the sale unless previous arrangements have been made with the community center. ALL items Left after the day of the sale wiLL be disposed of at the discretion of the community center board. This Listing is subject to change. Announcements on sale day take precedence over typographical errors and printed materials. Security: Security wilt be provided. The Lake Fork Community Center reserves the right to check any and all merchandise leaving the grounds. Buyers may be asked to show proof of purchase of that merchandise. Community Center Phone (217) 792-5662 (Week Of Sale) For Information-Contact: Walter Bryson 702-3939 (Shop) 792-3328 (Evening), Glenn Bryson 792-3939, Richard Stewart 792-5891, DonaLd Riedte 792-5721 Or (CeLl) 972-5721, Mike Maske 519-3959, Detmar Stewart 792-5793, Lake Fork Community Center 792-5662 Volunteer Auctioneers from 2009: Bernard Bree, John Laurenzara II, Dan White, Less Payne, Wayne A[berts, Ed Voy[es, Gall Quick, Gary Morris, Jack Pfeiffer, Et Mike Maske. Clerks From 2009: Bob Shanle, BubbLes CoLLier, Todd Farris, Mary HamiLton, CaroLyn Mckenna, Mary George, Larry Pickett, Tammy Page, CarLa Harnace, Jane Pharis, Derick Martin, and Vet Morris. 2009 Results: NearLy 1100 Buyers Numbers Issued; 400 Consigners; 2500 PeopLe in Attendance. Auction Updates- lakeforkcenter.com