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Appreciation Dinner The Lake Fork Community Center Auction Appre- ciation Dinner is Sat April 9 at 5:30 pm. Bring a dish to pass. Rachel, age 21 and Gabriel, age 15 are the children of Vidal and Jody (Palmer) Davila of Hot Springs, SD. Hunter, age 8 mos. is the son of Eric and Dhee- Ghee Palmer of Salem, OR. Grandparents are Rich- ard and Dorothy (Holmes) Palmer of Wentzville, MO. Great grandparents are the late Ben and Selma Holmes of Mt. Pulaski. lorence's rner "Tina" My granddaughter, Tina Jannazzo, has announced her candidacy for a full term on the Springfield park board in the April 5 election. She is a teacher at Grant Middle School and was appointed to the board in August 2009 to serve out the term of a former tlustee. Recently, we attended a fundraiser in her honor at Alexander's restaurant. A lot of people were present. Sish Kabobs, fresh fruit, tacos were served and Linda had made cup cakes, cookies and candy to go with the Mardi Gras theme, It was a lot of fun and I hope she gets elected. She has some bright ideas for the parks. On the Lighter Side - A 54 year-old woman had a heart attack and was taken to the hospital. While on the operating table, she had a near death experience. Seeing God, she asked "Is my time up?" God said, "No, you have another 43 years to live." On recovery, and so much time to live, the woman decided to stay in the hospital and have a face-lift, liposuction, implants and a tummy tuck. She also changed her hair color and brightened her teeth. When released from the hospital, she crossed the street on her way home and was killed by an ambu- lance. Arriving in front of God, she asked, "I thought you said I had another 43 years? Why didn't you pull me from out of the path of the ambulance?" God replied, "I didn't recognize you." Food for Thought- 1 Peter 4:10 As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied Grace." April 2, 2011 65th Weddg Anniversary Melvin E. and Shirley J. Singley will celebrate their 65th Wedding Anni- versary March 31. They were married in Lincoln on March 31, 1946 after Mel had returned home from WWII, having served in the US Navy in the Pacific. Mr. Singley was employed by Illinois Central Railroad for 43 years. Shirley was a homemaker. They are the parents of Rebecca (John) Drake, Chestnut, and Jane (Gary) DeWitt, Mt. Pulaski, and son, Todd Melvin, deceased. The Singley's reside at Vonderlieth Living Center. They have three grandchildren, Andrea, Deirdra, and Andrew, and three great-grandchildren, Nicholas, Sebastian, and Abigail. Topper Red Hatters on the go... Tuesday, March 15, several of our group assembled for our monthly lnncheon-meeting at Elwin's Rasp- berry Room Tearoom. Cold, windy, and damp, it was not the most welcome day of the week. Nevertheless, we all Wait staff is always a gathered together for a delight and we heartily couple hours of fun and exchange some good- visiting. It's nice to catch natured kidding with up on each persons' them. activities once a month During the meeting, and learn what's new. the date was set for the Patsy Garlits and April luncheon; how- Sandra Ohler were co- ever, the co-hostesses hostesses. Besides using had not yet determined St. Pat's Day napkins, the location. It will be they handed out topical announced soon. reminders to each person In the meantime, celebrating St. Pat's Day, please join us anytime which included small as a guest. Remember to cups of mints, green- call a Red Hat member striped of course, and for a reservation if you chocolate mint candies, plan to attend. Lots of As usual, the food laughter insures a well- was so tasty, it made digested meal, it is said. our mouths water to just In that case, you'll never merely think of what we go wrong in dining and had ordered. After fin- visiting with us at a Red ishing our great entrees, Hat session. most of us indulged in We guarantee you'll a fantastic dessert. Some have a great time. even took dessert home See you soon? to husbands, or friends. Submitted by Pat Straumann Care Mt. Pulaski Times 2011 Parade Theme The 2011 parade will be during the 175th celebra- tion at 10 am Sat., July 2. The theme is: "A Year of Celebration-Life on the Hill." More information will follow at a later date, but now is the time to say, "I want to be part of the cel- ebration". We hope churches, businesses, organiza- tions and families will be part of the celebration. We are going to ask everyone to preregister and hopefully we will be able to develop a commemorative flyer for the public. 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