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CALENDAR Easter Egg Hunt Chestnut Fire and EMS Annual Easter Egg Hunt is 10 am Saturday April 16 at Armstrong Park. In event of rain it will be held at the Chest- nut Firehouse. Post Prom Fundraiser Sun., April 17 from 8 to noon, MPHS Post Prom Committee will have a fundraising break- fast sponsored by Hud- son's Talk of the Town. Please come and support this worthwhile cause while enjoying biscuits and gravy with coffee or juice with friends. Dona- tions will be taken at the door. Fish Fry Chestmlt Fire and EMS Annual Fish Fry is 4-6pro Sunday April 17 at the Chestnut Fire- house. $7 Adults, $3 kids (4-12), and under - 3 free. Sale Sat, April 23, in the church basement. The sale starts promptly at 9 and will run until 1 pro.. A variety of items will be available for your Easter dinner, including, home- made noodles. Various craft items, goose suits, and perennial potted plants will also be for sale. There are no special orders taken or early sales. Mt. Pulaski Easter Egg Hunt The "hunt" is at 10am Saturday April 23 at Vonderlieth Living Center. Age Groups - Tod- dlers =-2 & 3 year olds, Preschool - 4 & 5 year olds, Kindergarten & 1st Grades, 2nd & 3rd Grades, & 4th & 5th Grades. Rain Date - Sat. April 30 @ 10am. Easter Egg Hunt is brought to the children by Vonderlieth Living Center & Mt Pulaski Jaycees. School Board Meeting The next regular School Board meeting will be 7 pm Mon. April 18. At this meeting the newly elected school board will be seated, outgoing members will be retired and the board will be reorganized. LCG&HS Meeting April 18 Logan County Genea: logical and Historical Society membership meeting is at 6:30 p.m. at 114 N. Chicago St., Lincoln. We welcome the public. Bill Donath will give a presentation about the Civil War. Annual Easter Variety Sale St. John's Lutheran Church will be hosting its annual Easter Variety Proceeds for Fireworks Mt Pulaski Com- munity Pride pork chop sandwich sale Sat April 23 from 11-1 at John- son's Food Center. Rain or shine! Proceeds go towards the 4th of July fireworks. Scholarships Sandwiches Mt. Pulaski Women in Business will have a Pork Chop Sandwich Sale Saturday, April 30 from 11 am - 1 at Johnsons' Food Center. For Pick-Up Orders call 341-8067. School Graduation Dates Mt. Pulaski Grade School graduation will be Friday June 3 at 7. Mt. Pulaski High School graduation will be Saturday June 4 at 7. Newspaper Deadline Tues May 3 for Sat May 7 issue. Advertising Deadline Mon May 2. r'lO p.MthyUiaAsrkith. 24 ,+.+s A V+. , . ,limes+l+ April 16, 2011 "It's old news, but there's + nothing else wrong with it. "" Mark Twain bMALLI OVVN I-"Ab'l:::Nb INU 217 WCOTA C-'12/3"I/1"1 SH ELTON WA 98584-2263 Mt. Pulaski City Government honors retiring council members. Gathered for their last group photo are - City Clerk Dee Anderson, Mayor Jim Fuhrer, Council members - Darrell Knauer, John Poffenbarger, John Utterback, Pete Howe, Tricia Aylesworth, Randy Reeter, and City Treasurer Jim Sutton. John Poffenbarger is retiring after serving 11-years on the council. Tricia Aylesworth is retiring after serving 6-years on the council. Times Photo City Attorney Tom Van Hook swears m Matt Pearson. Matt was appointed to replace retiring Council Member John Poffenbarger Times Photo Are You Skunked? By Mike LaMa Mt. Pulaski's wildlife relocation service has been so successful, that the city's looking for more of the free-range critters to trap and remove. City Trapper - Larry Wilham- told Chief Lynn Freerthat he has pretty much trapped out current locations. If you have a regular rac- coon or skunk problem in your part of town, call City Hall - 792-3222. The city will start trap- ping in your neighbor- hood if you have current critter sightings. On a related matter - Chief Freer said recently a couple of skunks took up occupancy in a resi- dential crawl space, but have now been removed. To Page 3