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Mt. Pulaski Pharmacy 507 E Chestnut 792-5081 Goodbye Bottles. Hello Culligan! m m mm m  mm  i m m Jm , ' $9,95/MONTH ' I Rent a Culligan Water I I System for $9.95/month for I I the first three billing cyclesJ I 0eater participation may vary. Limited time I offer, Not vald with other offers. 20t3 I I Cuttigan International Company. I Cultigan Lincoln I 217-728-1801 Scholarship Aailable Applications are avalable at the High School Counselor's ofice for the Kim Knauer Memorial Teaching Scholarship. This scholarship was created by the family and friends ofKim Knauer and is supported by the annual golf outing. This scholarship is for any senior at Nit. Pulaski High School going into teaching. It is a $2,000 award ($500 a year for 4-years). Participated in LASER In an effort to keep the citizens of Mount Pulaski informed on the training attended by the officers of the Mount Pulaski Police Department I would like to pass on this information. During March 2014 Officer Kyle Veech and I participated in the Law Enforcement Active Shooter Emergency Response (LASER) course in Urbana, Il- linois hosted by the Illinois Law Enforce- ment Alarm System (ILEAS). The course was created by Louisiana State University's National Center for Bio- medical Res[arch and Training, Academy of Counter-Terrorist Education and is cer- tified by the Department of Homeland Se- curity. Our goal is to educate ourselves on the active shooter scenario in any environment and raise our level of readiness to respond to these calls appropriately. During this training we studied the technical aspects of planning and implementing a rapid law enforcement deployment response through classroom and scenario-based practical ex- ercises. The instructors of this course were hardened military and law enforcement rapid deployment personnel with many years of active service in the field. This was a "train-the-trainer" course, which means that Officer Veech and I are now certified to train the entire course to other law enforcem'ent officers. I believe that with training such as this and our con- tinued rapid deployment training with the Illinois State Police, the Mount Pulaski Po- lice Department will better provide an ap- propriate response to incidents. More train- ing Updates will be provided throughout the year. Lynn E. Freer - Chief of Police Mount Pulaski Police Department Sugar Creek Orthodontics 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 ,. Chicago St. Uncoln 217"732"1073 Annual Variety Sale April  9 Members of St. John's will be hosting their annual Easter Variety Sale on Satur- day April 19, from 9 am to 1 pm in the church basement. We will havehomemade noodles, baked goods, perennial potted plants, and a variety of craft items. We hope you will visit us and select a few items to fill out your Easter dinner menu. There are no orders being taken and no early sales. Elephants in the Park April 25 Kelly Miller Circus will be in Frazier Park, Mt. Pulaski Friday, April 25. Circus arrives at 7:30am and tent raised at 9am. El- ephants will raise the big top. Guides Will be present for anyone attending the setup. Performances are 4:30pro and 7:30pro. Buy tickets in advance and save. Mt. Pulaski Community Pride sponsors event. o All A's - Pictured Above Eighth grade: Julianne Funk, Leah Sanls- berry; Seventh grade: Morgan May; Sixth grade: Elaine Aylesworth, Emma Aylesworth, Bryson Beccue, Olivia Coo- per, Teagan Wyss; Fifth grade: Ysabella Adubato, Emma Buenrostro, Moriah Prather; Fourth grade: Riley May; Third grade: Makenna Wilham High Honors Zion Lutheran School Third Quarter Honor Roll Honors Eighth Grade: Braden Hagan, Mackenzie Murphy, Sebastian Scassiferro; Seventh grade: Francesca Adubato; Sixth grade: Amelia Kuhlman, Dustin Murphy, Isaiah Prather; Fifth grade: Jaycie Doerr, Matthew Hagenbuch; Fourth grade: Seth Jackson, Lucas Kuhlman; Third grade: Oran Kuhl- man, Peyton Wyss Honorable Mention Eighth grade: Dawson Hagan, John Hill- iard; Sixth grade: Noah Funk, Caleb Jack- Eighth Grade: Felipe Buenrostro; Fourth son; Fifth grade: Colton Hagan, MacKenzie grade: Cassidy Clark, Abigail Coffman, Hall; Fourth grade: Dylari Gaddis, William Daniel Decker, Alicia Elliott, Chloe Lewis, Keyes, Caitlynn Lewis, Sophia Rau Lane Murphy; Third grade: Bianca Adu- bato, Clayton Aylesworth .,1 o 4