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Topper Red Hatters On The Go... The weather could not have been nicer. Eleven Red Hatters made their merry way to Deca- tur's Beach House Restaurant on Lake Decatur, on Tuesday, March 20th, for their March luncheon meeting. Imagine dining in full view of a rippling lake with soft spring breezes, while enjoying excellent cuisine. T'was a lovely day for jovial visiting and dining. Food was especially delicious as we chose from a widely diver- sive menu. Included were tasty salads, soups, sandwiches and wraps. Did I fail to mention their huge selection of delicious des- serts, a favorite of which seemed to be cheesecake7 Each member received a St. Patrick's Day favor, chocolate mints in cute green hats. These were gifts from the co-hostesses, Kathy Volle and Bev Cyrulik. We did take our time to visit for quite awhile after lunch, to relax and enjoy the view of the lake. We will gather in April on the 17th at ll:30a for lunch at the Olive Gardens. Hostesses are Linda Dierker and Marilyn Edwards. Call Marilyn at 792- 5735 or Linda at 792-5312 no later than Monday, April 16th, to make reservations. Come join us for guests are always welcome. Submitted by Pat Straumann Scholarship Available Mu Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa, an intemational honorary sorority of women Educators, is offering a $500 scholarship for a student who is pursuing a career as a teacher. Applications are due by May 7. Applications may be picked up at the high school guidance offices of any high school in the DeWitt or Logan counties, or by contact- ing Mrs. Cathy Gordon, 3 Syca- more Drive, Clinton, II 61727. IB Plumbing Heating Cooling ackhoe Service ,Se!tlcseSlYSeenl s Thursday - April 5, 2012 :LIJAH BUSS $CROG- GIIq, the son of Andrew & Megan Scroggin of Mt. Pulaski, was born January 20 at St. John's Hospital at 8:48 am weighing 61bs 13.7oz and 19.5inches long. Maternal Grandmother: Terri Strader of Mt. Pulaski; Maternal Grandfather: Todd Osborn of Lincoln; Maternal Great Grand- father: Robert Dial of Lincoln; Maternal Great Grandparents: Dale and Patricia Osborn of Lincoln; Maternal Great Grand- mother: Lora Farnsworth of Bata- via; Maternal Great-Great Grand- mother: Dela Auxier of Easton. Paternal Grandparents: Terry and Jeanie Scroggin of Mt. Pulaski; Paternal Great Grandmother: Betty Scroggin of Mt. Pulaski; and Paternal Great Grandfather: Charles Eveland of Paris. Elijah's older brother Gabriel was stillborn. Odd Fellow Heritage Affordable Housing for qualified people Buffalo - W'dliamsville Illiopolis For information call: 217-364-4828 or 217-341-6453 Mt. Pulaski Times Hours: Mon. & Fri. 9am - 4pm Tues. & Thurs. 6pm - 9pm Other Times By Appointment Small Engine Repairs Lawn Mowers-Weed Eaters Snow Blowers & more General Auto Maintenance Oil Changes Brake and Belt/Hose Replacement 523 S. Spring St.-Mt. Pulaski 21 7-41 4-2271 / e-mail - 500 S Garden St. Mt. Pulaski Over 30 Years Experience CI General Contracting - Professional Service- Home Town Commitment - Licensed- Fully Insured & Bonded Ray Inman 454-3090 License # 104 - 008527 7