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3 Sandwich Sale April 26 Aide Opening City Landscape Waste Fair at MPGS March 27 Sandwiches for Scholarships Pork Chop Classroom Aide opening at Mt. Pulaski Pickup April 7 Mt Pulaski Grade School Science-Art- Sandwich Sale, llam - lpm Saturday Grade SchooJ. Applicants must have or City of Mt. Pulaski will remove land- Book Fair is 6pm until 7:30pm Thursday April 26 at Johnson's Food Center. Spon- be qualified to receive a Paraprofessional scape waste that has been placed within the March 27. Community is invited. sored by Mt Pulaski Women in Business. Certificate issued through the State of Uli- areas between the sidewalk and the edge of" PRIMITIVl:S By Wool Barn... Due March 31 " 217.792.7220.nis" If interested, contact Gene Newton at the street. If weather is had on April 7, then ...available at Salt Creek Attic. we will pickup on the next day with good Spring Dinner April 6 Mount Pulaski Women in Business local Spring Story Time weather. scholarships applications may be picked up Have your landscape waste ready for A menu of - Beef or Chicken and Noo- ID [r to o t~ O I,d 4~ at the high school from the guidance coun- selor or from Patsy Garlits, Scholarship Chairman, 792-5816. Applications must be returned by March 31. Frazier Park Circus April 25 Kelly Miller Circus will be in Mt. Pulaski Friday, April 25. Circus arrives at 7:30am and tent raised at 9am. Elephants will raise the big top. Guides will be present for anyone attending the setup. Performances are 4:30pm and 7:30pm. Buy tickets in advance and save. Mt. Pulaski Commu- nity Pride sponsors event. Member of MIG CHRIS McCAWLEY of Elkhart was a mem- ber of the Lincoln Land Community Col- lege Model Illinois Government (MIG) team that participated in the 36th annual Model Illinois Government simulation at the Illinois State Capitol. MIG is designed to educate students on how politics and government affect all individuals. The sim- ulation includes moot court and additional legislative actiVities, and is held annually at the State Capitol in Springfield. Tuesdays from 3:15 - 4pm for grades K-4 at Mt. Pulaski Library. Enjoy a story, snacks, and craft. March 25 And Then It's Spring April 1 Bustle In The Bushes April 8 Russell The Sheep April 15 Spring Is Here April 22 Flowers For Pudding St. Read My Letter .In response to J. Lee Hild's personal at- tack, I must refer him to the total context of my letter. In the 18th Congressional District and in Logan County, we are domi- nated by Republicans. I was-commenting on those pieces of legislation that hit the middle class hard. Specifically, follow the Republicans votes on killing unemploy- ment benefits to people who've lost their jobs, cutting school lunch programs, cutting educational programs that can lift people up the ladder to success. There is no mercy on the middle class. Where is their job plan? They support even more tax benefits for the rich so they don't have to pay eir fair share. They fight to protect their off-shore tax breaks so some don't even pay taxes! pickup by 7AM. Small debris (grass, leaves, small sticks) must be in bags. Do not remove an entire tree from your private property and place it for the City to pick up. Excessive amounts of material will not be removed by the city. Questions, contact City Hall at 792-3222. Yet they will fully support the world's biggest corporations and their multi-million dollar CEO's, such as petroleum industries, pharmaceutical and insurance companies, who don't want Obamacare to work for the poor and middle class. Where is their health care plan? More industrial nations have universal health care for its citizens than the United States. - The optically challenged members of the Tea Party don't seem to realize that the Koch brothers are funding their orgamza- tions. The minions of the T.P. are doing their work for them, carrying their radical agenda for them. Wake up! who's really on your side? Rebecca Drake dies, Salad Bar, Dessert, and Drink ~vill be enjoyed 11:00-1:00 Sunday April 6 at Latham United Methodist Church. Adults $9, Children (3-11) $4, and under 3 Free. There is a lift, so don't let the steps stop you! Annual Town Meeting April 8 The annual Mr. Pulaski Town meeting is 7:00 PM Tuesday, April 8, at the township office, 404 S Spring Street, Mt. Pulaski for the transaction of miscellaneous business of said town. After a moderator is elected, the meeting will proceed to hear and con- sider reports of officers, and decide mea- sures that may come before the meeting, in pursuance of law. Memorial Shuffleboard Tournament May 10 Gene Clemons Memorial Tournament is Saturday May 10 at OldBrickyard. First game Noon, with signup at 11:30 AM. 50/50. Food, prizes, $100 pt place each, and $75 2 place each - Based on 32-play- ers, Give Away $500 - Need no be present to win. Call 899-9750 or 792-5070 for spot. Experience a new comfortable home at Timber Creek eek Villag L 217"871"7666 I 201 Stahlhut Drive, Unoln I www.timbercreekvillagecommunity, com 1