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.... ++,++:!+i;i++iiiill Kamden Boon Johnson was born March 2t at 9: 45 p.m. at Kettering Hospital in Kettering, Ohio. Kamden is the son of Rita & Brandon Johnson. He is the grandson of Keith and Veronica Johnson of Warner, South Dakota and Sandra Ohler of Mr. Pulaski. I C,+eL O00honon+i++ Discover the reasons our office has become a destination for quality orthodontic treatment in Central Illinois. Creating beautiful, healthy smiles for children and adults. :400 N. CHICAGO STREET:LINCOLN: 217-732-1073 Odd Fellow Heritage nts SIU School of Medicine MT PULASKI CLINIC 509 E Chestnut Phone 792-3442 Cara Gravlin Nurse Practitioner Affordable Housing for qualified people Buffalo -.Williamsville Ilhopohs For information call: 217-364-4828 or 217-341-6453 10 Won Superior Rating Sebastian Scassiferro, age 11, recently won a Superior Rating at piano contest at the Westmin- ster Presbyterian Church in Springfield. His piano teacher is Beth Myrick Anderson. He has been taking piano since 1st Grade. Sebastian is the son of Andrea Drake Manner and Mark Scas- siferro. The Murder at Coppersmith Inn Mr. Pulaski High School Drama Club presents "The Murder at Coppersmith Inn" 7 pm Friday, April 8 and Sat- urday, April 9 at 3 pm and at 7 pm in the high school gymnasium. Tickets: $4 adults, $3 senior citizens, 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 des- sert on Friday, April 8 beginning at 4 pm in the MPHS cafeteria. Dinner is sponsored by Deron Powell - State Farm Insurance and Mike Casper -- MTI. History of Mt. Pulaski Grade Schools - Located in the office at Mr. Pulaski Grade School, the photo dis- play was created by Stephanie Gagnon, a photographer from Decatur whose mother is the school nurse for the Mr. Pulaski schools, Mrs. Janet Pezzelle. Phil Bertoni Photo Chuck Foran was recently promoted by Farm Credit Services of Illinois to serve as the Named Farm Credit's Regional Lending Manager regional lending man- ager for west central Illi- nois. Chuck will provide leadership to-Farm Cred- it's lending staff teams in the Carlinville, Decatur, Jacksonville, Jerseyville, Lincoln, Springfield, and Taylorville branch offices. Collectively, those branch offices serve farm families and agribusinesses in fifteen counties in Hlinois. Raised on a grain farm in Seymour, Chuck grad- uated from Monticello High School and earned agriculture degrees from Parkland College and the University Of Illinois. Chuck previously worked as a crop consultant with Crop Production Ser- vices in Sidney hnd as a financial representa- tive with Northwestern Mutual in Champaign. Most recently, Chuck served as a vice president in the credit services divi- sion. He has served on the Champaign County Chamber of Commerce Agribusiness Commit- tee. Chuck and his wife, Tricia, reside in White Heath with their four children - Will, Sarah, Abdullah, and Owen. Did You Know... The military says the name of the Libyan air campaign "Odyssey Dawn" was just a random selection. An Office Max survey says that 56% of workers take office supplies home for personal use. Steve Hahn enjoyed the Springfield St. Patrick's Day Parade and snapped this photo of Billy Reyn- olds and his tractor along the parade route. I OPEN: MONDAYS R, THURSDAYS 8-5 I TUES/VVED/FRI IN SPRINGFIELD I Services Include I Diagnose & Treat Ages 16 and up I Lab Work Available 8-3.30 [ Mt. Pulaski Times CONAWAY HANDYMAN SERVICE Lgc Fully Insured - Painting  Small Repairs Other Handyman Jobs Larry L Conaway Jr ,00ImRll 217-737-4133 00iimmir'[ 615 S Spring St- Mt Pulaski ] April 2, 2011