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Mt. Pulaski Open Houses  Sat. Mar, 19 2055 169th From 10-2 Beautiful Country Property 1216 N. Topper Dr. From 1-2 Conveniently Located Price Reducedl Come view these homes that have a lot to offer/// Kella AIIspach Realtor 217-737-5661  NOBBE RKAL,TY GROUP, INC. ..,d,g ..--.-- eX.I 4l 618 N Chicago St-lincoln JOHNSON START RIGHT. START HERE." HARDWARE & GARDENS By Mike Laldn Mt. Pulaski Tiger Scouts visited the Times March 10. Discussions ranged over a wide range of subjects. Having their picture taken for this issue gained the greatest vote of approval. Tigers Visit Newspaper Visiting the paper was Evan Cyrulik, Joseph Roemer, Aidan Schneider, Brett Shartzer, and Brayden Meagher. Photo - Braden, Aidan (in back), Evan, Brett and Joseph. It's Girl Scout Cookie Time! If you forgot to order GirlScout cookies, you're in luck. We can help. If your cookies have already disappeared, or you just need extra boxes, Mt. Pulaski Girl Scout Troop 1070 will be selling cookies at the Lake Fork Community Auction. The Daisies and Brownies of Troop 1070 will have a booth inside the Lake Fork Community Center on Saturday, March'26 from 8 until 4. All varieties of the delicious Girl Scout cookies wit1 be avail- able.- You can also buy cookies to donate to our troops overseas through the Operation Cookie Share program. Stop by and stock up (our cookies also freeze weE). Thank you very much for supporting the Girl Scouts of Mt. Pulaski/ Open 7 Days a Week Mon. - Fri. 7:30Am - 6Pm Sat. 7:30Am - 5Pm Sun. lOAm - 3Pm www.facebook.comJjohnsontruevalue 423 S. Washington St. - Mt. Pulaski 792-5911 Mt. Pulaski Times Licenses Available Hunting - Fishing icenses are available at Mt. Pulaski City Hall. Wish Harry "Music Man" Hild Happy 60 th Birthday on March 25 Love Ya "Wifey" MPGS Participated in Logan County Solo and Ensemble Contest Submitted By - Becky Kunken Friday, March 11, 49 music students from Mt. Pulaski Grade School competed in the annual Logan County Solo and Ensem- ble Contest at Lincohn CoUege. The results are as follows: Samantha McCarty - Vocal Solo - I Andrew Moody - Piano and Morgan Hayes - Alto Sax Solo - I Eli Olson - Alto Sax Solo - I Solo - III Clayton Lindley - Alto Sax Solo - I MoUy Williams - Flute Solo - I Brass Choir - I Morgan Hayes - Piano Solo - II Miranda Hilliard - Clarinet Solo - I Andrew Moody - Alto Sax Solo - I Justin Dunakey - Vocal Solo - I Aaron Durchholz - Trumpet Solo - I Miranda HiUiard - Vocal Solo - I Alexis Byrne - Flute Solo - I Samantha McCarty - Snare Solo - II Sax Choir - I Siebert, Hayes, Aylesworth - Flute Trio - I Moody, Coppinger, Lindley - Sax Trio - I Julia Beccue - Vocal Solo - I Rebekah Marshall - Trumpet Solo - I Max Coppinger - Alto Sax Solo - I Elizabeth Siebert - Vocal Solo - I Molly Williams - Vocal Solo - I HiUiard, Stewart, Stewart, Fairchild - Woodwind Quartet- I Josh Dyer- Trombone Solo - I Danielle Miller - Clarinet Solo - I T.J. Benhart- Trombone Solo - I Julia Beccue - Piano Solo - II Marshall, Stauffer- Clar./Trump. Duet - I Byrne, Miller- Clar./Flute Duet- I Davis, Hayes - Bass C1./A.Sax Duet - II Moody, Beckers - Flute Duet - I Huff, Hayes - Flute/Clar. Duet - I Clarinet Choir - I Durchholz, Coppinger - Trumpet Duet - I Flute Choir- I March 19, 2011