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ELKHART PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT Elkhart, Illinois TREASURER'S REPORT July 1, 2011-December 30,2011 Receipts: Property Tax $55,326,19, Memori- als and Gifts $0.00, Fines, Fees, and Copies $76.25, State Grants $490.42, interest $78.58, Replacement Tax $15.01 Total Receipts $55,986.45 Disbursements: Vendors Over $2,500:$0.00 Compensation Summary: Gross salades under $25,000: Vanda Liesman, Ryan Ely, Joni Rotherham, Jamie Hobson $12805.97 Gross salades $25,000 - $49,000:$0.00 All Other Disbursements Less Than $2,500: $16,876.62 Total Disbursements $29.682.59 Net Increase/-Decrease $26.303.86 Beginning Cash and Investments $40,393.19 Ending Cash and Investments $66,697.05 I Ann Olson, Treasurer of the Elkhart Public Library District, Logan County, do hereby cer- tify that the above is a true copy of the Annual Treasurer's Report of the from July 1,2011 through December 30,2011 Ann OIs(~, Treasurer Notice of Sale by Bid The Latham Fire Protection District will be selling a 1973 International Loadstar Fire Truck by sealed bid. The truck will be sold as is, with the fire pump inoperable and there is a vibration in the ddve train. This truck is an all-wheel drive. For further information or see the vehicle, call 217-674-3443. There will be a minimum bid of $2~500. Sealed bids will be received until March 31, 2112. The bid must enclose the amount offered for bid and a check for 5% of the bid; if your bid is turned down your check will be retumed. The bids will be opened at a scheduled meet- ing of the Latham Fire Protection Distdct Trustees to be held at 7:00 pmApril 2, 2012 at 271 North Macon, Latham 11. The Latham Fire Protection District Trustees has the right to reject any and all bids. Send all Bids to Latham Fire Truck Bid, Latham Fire Protection Distdct Box 78, Latham, Illinois 62543. Questions call me at 217-674-3443. Latham Fire Protection District Cad Faith, President Box 78 Latham IL 62543 FOR SALE $20, 1- folding-table, 72" long, 792-5449 .2-23 FOR SALE Currier & Ives dinnerware - ser- vice for six and Guardian cookware, "732-9872 .2-23 " HELP WANTED Part-Time Secretary Seeking independent worker with excellent customer relation and organizational skills to work 12 - 15 hours per week. Duties include answering phones, managing employee~les, orienting new employees, greeting/helping guests. Candidate must be confidential and.trustworthy. Apply in person at 1120 N. Topper Dr., Mt. Pulaski, IL 62548 FOR SALE House at 514 N. Garden & 803 S. Spring, Mt. Pulaski. Call for details: 217-418-6702. 3-8 FOR SALE Car trailer, has been used to haul antique cars, 217/671-6545 -*3-22 FOR SALE 15 ft. trampoline 299-7316 .3-22 WANTED TO BUY one of Joe Kafka's woven baskets. 498-7041 or 502-0115. 3-22 GARAGE SALE 8 am to 2 pro, Sat. March 24 - 504 N. Marion St., Mt. Pulaski. Oak queen headboard, two-queen comforter sets, sheets, 2-TVs, misc. kitchen items, wood carrier, winter coats, and misc. Did You fKnow - Scientists have been able to tum a snail into a living battery. Did You Kn~ow - Encyclopedia Britannica will end its pdnt edition after 244 years. SANDWICH DINNER MARCH 22 PASE (PEOPLE ACTING TO SUPPORT EDUCATION) will host Butterfly Pork Chop dinner at the MPGS cafeteria Thursday, March 22 from 5: 30 to 7 pin. Meal ($5) includes butterfly pork chop sandwich, chips, dessert, and tea or lemonade. A hot dog can be substituted for the sandwich for $4. The dinner coincides with the Spring Book, Science and Art Fair that is open from 6 to 7:30 pm. PASE invites you to come out to the dinner and to take time to enjoy the talents of our many students at the Fair. MARCH 22 OASIS SENIOR CENTER tax preparation help for Mt. Pulaski area citizens at Vonderlieth Living Center. Schedule appointment by calling the Oasis at- 732-6132. SATURDAY MARCH 24 4TH ANNUAL MT. PULASKI TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT. At Mt. Pulaski Christian Church, Family Life Center (114 N. Lafayette). Doors open 8:00 am. Start time 9:00 am. MEET MARCH 26 MT PULASKI TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY meets Monday March 26 - 1:30 pm at museum. DEADLINE MARCH 30 HEALTHCARE CAREERS SCHOLARSHIPS guidelines and application forms are available for doWn/Dad at a/mh.org/Giving-Back/ Scholarships, April 19 Thursday ..AR SCREENING MARCH 30 KINDERGARTEN SIGN-UP FREE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION SCREENING ~om 8 am until 2 pm. The screening is available for all students, ages 2 1/2 to 5: CALL MT. PULASKI GRADE SCHOOL OFFICE 792-7220 TO MAKE APPOINTMENT. DEADLINE MARCH 31 CHILDREN MUST BE five year old on or before September 1, 2012 to be eligible for kindergarten. If your child is eligible to enter kindergarten for 2012- 13 school year CALL MT. PULASKI GRADE SCHOOL 792-7220. KIM KNAUER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Applications are available at the High School for Kim Knauer Scholarship. Scholarship is for any Mt. Pulaski senior going into teach- ing. Deadline for applications is March 31. DEADLINE MARCH 31 MT. PULASKI WOMEN IN BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS may be obtained from the High School guidance counselor or from Patsy Garlits, Mt. Pulaski Women in Business education chairman, (420 N. Vine St 792-5816). Applications must be returned to Patsy Garlits by March 31. DUE MARCH 31 LINCOLN-LOGAN CRIME STOPPERS Scholarship Applications arc available at High Schools, Logan County Regional Office of Education~ Lincoln College and Heartland College or call 217-732- 5704. Applications are due by March 31 to: Karen Petty / Lincoln Logan Crime Stoppers / 311 Tenth Street / Lincoln, II 62656. APRIL 2 - 7 ANNUAL COMMUNITY BANKING WEEK THE FARMERS BANK / ACTIVITIES INCLUDE.., A coloring contest for grades K - 5. Be sure to stop in the lobby by Friday the 6th to vote for your favorite! An essay contest for grades 6-8. "What does "go local" do for your community?" Blood drive 9am to 12pm Friday the 6th. All donors receive a free t-shirt and are entered into a drawing to win a gi~ certificate to a Iocal business of your choice. A FREE cookout llam to lpm Saturday the 7th on the drive up lawn. Be sure to stop by for a WSlt with us and see what goodies we will be handing out! SEUSSICAL THE I~IUSICAL, jR.= MT. PULASKI HIGH SCHOOL DRAMA CLUB presents Suessical the Musical, Jr. in New Gym 7 pm FRI., APRIL 13 and 3 pm and 7 pm SAT,, APRIL 14. $5 for adults and $4 for students. Children 3 and under are free. Mastoccoli dinner in the cafeteria is 5 to 7 pm SATURDAY, APRIL 14 with sa/ad, gar//c bread, a dessert and a drink. Adult $7 and a children $3. Times Publication Schedule 2012 May 10 June 7 July 3 Aug. 23 Oct. 4 Nov. 22 May 24 June 21 July 19 Sept. 6 Oct. 18 Dec. 6 Aug. 9 Sept. 20 Nov. 8 Dec. 20 Short Articles Due 3 pm Monday of week of publication. Long Articles, Photos & Advertising Due 4 pm Friday of preceding week. - March 22, 2012 Nit. Pulaski Times APRIL 15 AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY - UNIT 447 will host a SPRING BRUNCH 9 am- lpm Sunday, April t 5 at American Legion Hall, Mt Pulaski. DUE APRIL 20 MOUNT PULASKI ROTARY CLUB college scholarship applications for MPHS seniors are at the high school guidance counselor's office or www.mtpulaskiil.com. Applications due Friday, April 20. DUE APRIL 20 MT. PULASKI AMERICAN LEGION POST 447 Student Scholarships are at the high school guidance counselor's office or www.mtpulaskiil.com. Applications due Friday, Atnl120. SUNDAY APRIL22 LATHAM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (241 Walnut St.) hosts a Spring dinner 11 aln to I pro. Adults $8, Children (3-11) $4, and Children under 3- Free. The church has a lifl, so don't let the steps stop you! MEET THURSDAY EVENING ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meetings are every Thursday evening, 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church, Family Life Center. Mt. Pulaski Times USPS No. 365-660 is published semi-monthly (twenty-four times-issues) per year by Michael Lakin, 311 S. Washington St., ML Pulaski. Illinois 82548, Business and Editorial Offices: Accounting and Circulation Offices: Michael Lakin, 311 S. Washington St., Mt. Pulaski, Illinois 62548. Call 217-792-5557 to subscribe. Periodical Postage is Paid at Mt. Pulaski, IL 62548 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Mt. Pulaski Times, C/O Michael Lakin. P O Box 114 - 311 S. Washington Mt. Pulaski. Illinois 62548 Office: 217-792-5557 times@fr0ntiemet.net 15