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.n 0 0 ,,n 0 MY PULASKI 8TH GRADE HONEYBEARS defeated Our Lady of the Lords in two games Monday night (March 11) at Mt Pulaski Grade School. They advanced to state at Lewistown; making Mt. Pulaski's 4th trip to state this school year. Submitted by JC Tomas LOGAN COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH FAIR is 9 am - I pm Saturday, March 23 at the Lincoln Park District Sports 'Center. Numerous health screenings, including blood pressure, oral cancer screenings and body mass indexes to the public; choles- terol and hemoglobin screenings will be offered at a nominal cost. Well water test- ing, child fingerprinting and a blood bank will be offered. Expired or unwanted medications will be.collected; medications must be in the original container with label and the name blacked out to ensure privacy. Eyeglasses and hearing aides will be col- lected by the Lions Club. Cell phones will be reprogrammed and provided to victims of domestic violence for use in emergency situations. Plastic grocery bags, laser and ink-jet printer cartridges will be collected. Confidential On-Site Paper Shredding/ Hard Drive Destruction is from 9 - noon in the front parking lot of Lincoln Com- munity High School. Glass Recycling is from 9 am - Noon in the front parking lot of the Lincoln Community High School. Submitted by Mitzi Rohlfs 4P .Friday, March 8, the MPGS Junior High music students com- peted in the annual Logan County Music Contest at Lincoln College. The results are as follows: Lyndsey Marshall - Flute Solo - 1st Ashley Berry - Vocal Sol0 - 1st Alexis Byrne - Flute Solo - 1st Corey Beccue/Peyton Taylor/Eli Olson - Trio - 1st Emily Siebert - French Horn Solo - 1st DanieUe Miller - Clarinet Solo - 1st Abby Howard/Shaylyn Inselmann/Emily Fielden/Jordan Sanchez - Quartet - 2nd Eli Olson - Tenor Sax Solo - 1st Lyndsey Marshall/Haley Humberd - Duet - 1st Emily Siebert - Vocal Solo - 1st Peyton Taylor - Alto Sax Solo - 1st Olivia Letterle/Marlena S .mith - Duet - 1st Emily Fielden - Oboe Solo - 1st Shaylyn Inselmann - Vocal Solo - 2nd Ashley Berry - Vocal Solo- 1st Emily Fielden - Vocal Solo - 1st Haley Humberd - Alto Sax Solo - 1st Marlena Smith - Vocal Solo - 2nd Lorenne Wilham- Clarinet Solo - 1st Laney Marshall - Vocal Solo - 2rid Felipe Buenrostro - Alto Sax Solo - 1st Garrett Luckhart/Josh Dyer/TJ Benhart/Cody Schahl - Quartet- 1st Michael Freer- Trumpet Solo Rebekah Marshall - Trumpet Solo, Emily Fielden Piano Solo - 1st Sam Van Rheeden - Tuba Solo - 1st Garrett Luckhart - Trombone Solo - 1st Sebastian Scassiferro - Trumpet Solo - 1st John Hilliard - Trumpet Solo - 1st PRE - SCHOOL SCREENING - Monday, March 18 at Mt Pulaski Grade School. Screening is for anyone enroUing their child for the 2013 - 14 schoolyear. The -screening is for children who will be 3 years old by September 1, 2013 through 5 year old children To set up a screening time, or to ask any questions, please call the grade school office at 792-7220. KINDERGARTEN SCREENING - Mt. Pulaski Gzade School is determining how many kindergarten students to expect for the 2013-14 school year. Children must be 5 on or before September 1, 2013 to be eligible for kindergarten. If your child is eligible, call Nit. Pulaski Grade School office at 792-7220 for more information. The screening date will be Friday, April 5. PORK CHOP SANDWICH SALE - 11 am - 1 pm Saturday, April 27 at Johnson's Food Center. Sandwiches for Scholarships are a fundraiser sponsored by Mr. Pulaski Women in Business. A report says that the average car title loan is" $950 and it costs an average of $2,140 to pay it back. POSTAL SERVICE will hold a meeting to answer questions and provide additional information about the Mt Pulaski Post Office Wed. April 3 at the post office at 1 pm. At the meeting, local management will share the egults of the survey and answer questions. Surveys were sent to customers within the delive.ry zip code(s) of this Post Office and the Post Office Box customers. Followingare the options that the Postal Service is considering. If you did not receive a survey, and would like to fill out, surveys are available at the counter at the Mt Pulaski Post Office. 1. Office hours would be reduced from 6.5 hours each weekday to 6 hours per weekday. Current Saturday hours will not change and access to your marl boxes will not be impacted. 2, Conduct a discontinuance study for the office and offer roadside mailbox delivery. Retail and delivery service would be provided through a rural carrier. 3. Conduct a discontinuance study for the office, and find a suitable alternative location operated by a contractor, usually at a local business. 4. Conduct a discontinuance study for the office and provide P.O. Box service via another nearby Post Office and relocate P.O. Box delivery to that Post Office. Dept. of Homeland Security has a fleet of drones with the technology to determine which people are carrying guns. O The federal government posted 400job openings after the sequestration started.