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Louella DuPage is played by Audrey Maske. The FBI Agents are Justin White, Tim Koehler, . . Rebecca Henrichsmyer, Shentel Maiers, Jordan The Coppersnuth Inn Players are Chelsea Slmbleda ........ 1 ram .................. aaytor, Kanm Mcaw ey,  Fielden, Nataliya (eua), ,uarey MasKe U-oueua) tJereK tanaucn _ : .................... Aleshchenko, and S ..... ..... . (Arcnmam)--not plcmrea, t-amcK tree (KOCk'y), aey Casper (Alex), HiUary Fielden (Birdie) and Karilyn Walsh (Mabel). Gracie Tierny plays Krystal, Mark Foley plays Mortimer Scroggs, and Elyse McCormick plays Miss Peabody. The Murder at Coppersmith Inn The Mt. Pulaski High School Drama Club will pres- ent "The Murder at Coppersmith Inn" Friday, April 8 at 7 pm and Saturday, April 9 at 3 pm and also at 7 pm in the tiigh school gymnasium. Tickets are $4 for adults, $3 for senior citizens and students, and children under the age of five are free. Admission at the door. There will also be a fund raising BBQ/Hot Dog dinner with chips, beans a drink and a dessert on Friday, April 8 beginning at 4 pm in the MPHS cafete- ria. Dinner is sponsored by Deron PoweU--State Farm Insurance and Mike Casper--MTI. Dinner may be pur- chased at the door Mabel, co-d/rector of the Coppersmith Inn Players, o. is played by Karilyn Walsh. Alex, the director of the The two special agents are Justin White and tim . Coppersmith Inn Players, is played by Haley Casper. Koehler. The MPHS Drama Club Director is Mrs. Koehler, the Assistant Director is Mrs. Maske, and the Student Director is Alexandra Conley. Sylvia Klumpp, Sammy Nichols and Maddie Haley play the star-stuck girls desperate for careers in acting. The Farmers Bank Community Banking Week Planned Events April 4 - 9 is the 21 * Annual Community Bank- ing Week in Illinois. This year's theme is "Catch the Commdnity Banking Spirit." The officers, directors, and employees of The Farmers Bank of Mt. Pulaski hope that you will join us as we observe and recognize our special week and celebrate our great community. During Community Banking Week, The Farmers Bank of Mt. Pulaski will be hosting numerous events. There will be giveaways, refreshments, and activities for everyone's participation. The lobby will be deco- rated with entries to our coloring contest, stop in and vote for your favorite. Coloring entries are available at the main bank and must be returned by March 31. Also, there will be a slide show presentation of the history of The Farmers Bank of Mt. Pulaski in the lobby Thursday, April 7, a blood drive, in support of the Central Illinois Community Blood Center, will be held from 10 to 2. Call Leslie at 792-5211 to setup an appointment to donate blood Saturday, April 9, the bank will host a Commu- nity Softball Game (bank employees vs. community members) at Veterans Park at 2. If you would like to play, stop in the main bank and sign up. There will be free children activities during the game and free refreshments. Come watch the game and sign up for a chance to win Cubs/Cards tickets, you must be pres- ent to win. Mark your calendar for the week of April 4 and stop by the bank to help us celebrate our great com- munity. Thanks to everyone who has helped to make us a vital part of this area's growth and prosperity. You've given us reason to celebrate l]linois Commu- nity Banking Week. The Farmers Bank of Mt. Pulaski "A bumble bee is considerably faster than a John Deere trac- tor." Old Farmer's Advice I0 Every path has a few puddles." Old Farmer's Advice Mt. Pulaski Times When you wallow with pigs or politicians, expect to get dirty." Old Farmer's Advice March 19, 2011