Newspaper Archive of
Mt. Pulaski , Illinois
April 2, 2011     Times
PAGE 11     (11 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 11     (11 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 2, 2011

Newspaper Archive of Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

The "Return" Table Tennis Tournament Results A/ First - Mike Plunkett and Second - Boomer Sekiguchi B/ First - Dan Taylor and Second - Ed Voice C/ First - Ed Rodrigues and Second - Kevin Colombo Dogbles First - Cad Bradley and Tim Tonn Second - Rick Goertz and Ste- phen Paca April 2, 2011 Maxwell Woosnam, one- time captain of the England national football team, once defeated Charlie Chaplin at table tennis while playing with a butter knife instead of a paddle. It only lasted seconds, but the "return" shows the amount of physical activity table tennis can involve. By the way.., it was a successful return.., clearing the net. Times Photos Ron McCarty - Mt. Pulaski Table Tennis Director - was more than pleased ;ith this year's turnout for the March 26 event. At the 1936 World Championships contested in Prague, two defensive players took over an hour to contest one point. Table tennis inspired the first commercially successful video game, Pong. At the March Logan County Board of REALTORS® Multi- ple Listing Service Membership meeting several local REAL- TORS® and one of its affiliates were recognized for their sup- port of RPAC. The agents that were recog- nizedwere: Dan Bock of Bock & Associates, Doris Oltmarms & Nancy Carter of Doris & Associates, Gordon Johson and Patricia White of Johnson Real Estate, Sandra Alexander Agents Support RPAC & Leanna Culp of ColdweU Banker Cornerstone, Dana Hudson of Hometown Realty, Becky Werth, & Dale Klock- enga of Werth & Assoicates, Linda Schneider of Albert Realtors, Glenda Allison of ME Realty, Gerald Goodman of ABC Realty, and Ally Roeder of State Bank of Lincoln, RPAC is a political action committee that fights for the consumer's rights. It is our eyes and ears in the state and federal legislatures. RPAC reads the bills, even the free print, disects the information, and finally alerts all REALTORS® to get the word to the local markets. As consumers, many of you have benefited from the $8000 tax credit for purchasing a home. All property owners should be thankful that a reduced mort- gage interest deduction was not implemented. These are just a couple of the services that RPAC continues to monitor and Mt. Pulaski Times Thank You All! A Big Thank You to the sponsors... Deron Powen - State Farm Insurance Vonderlieth Living Center Downing Przykopan- ski, Clements, & May Insurance Mt Pulaski Pharmacy Pizza Man Mt. Pulaski First Christian Church Thanks for your help... Kevin Litterley, Matt McCarty, Mike Plunkett, and Bob Edwards. bring to all of our attention so that we can let our legislators know how this bill will influ- ence our local communities. If you would like to read more about what is and isn't law because of RPAC, you may visit what is law. Submitted by: Dana Hudson, Public Relations Committee, Logan County Board of REAL- TOLLS® 11