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your new Wind Turbine Electric Generator Rebates- Grants and Tax Incentives- make it very affordable Call John Wyss For all kinds of people, for all kinds of reasons ... Pekin hw, o;mco TM rd yo prcdessonal P.&apos;-kir; Inm)ce Aje, rrt .Jefstd there'; mre to rJrance than t;' policy. It<s the people v.ho fntP.r P, ost. WE, Strive to offer you the'most ornfxeJler,ive .icies, v,ethcar : b for your home, aato, life, health. r Iusiltess, at premiumS t)at WII I:it yo, indivlual budget. Call your Pek!n ]nsur<;e. Agent fc" inJrce that 9os [yd fP e,Ccle, = To mke a dfference f< ! Downing, Przykopanski, Clements & May Insurance Agency, i 124 S. Washington St. Mt. Pulaski 792-5251 ..k,,... I IIIII HIIII I Topper Red Hatters to Meet Topper Red Hatters will meet Tues- day, April 19 at the Otive Garden res- taurant in Decatur at 12:30. The Olive Garden is situated in the Target shop- ping center area. Contact co-hostesses Phyllis Edwards at 217/792-5567, or' Ruth Barry at 217/792-5525 for reservations. Please do so by April 18. If you need a fide, call another Red Hat member before the luncheon date. Guests are always welcome.., just let the hostesses know in time to add your name to the list. See you there. Submitted by Pat Straumann Simple Note S1U HealthCare sent a simple note... "We are closing this clinic." That's the SILl School of Medi- cine Mt. Pulaski Clinic. School Budget Depends on State Superintendent Phil Shelton said it is difficult to give a prediction on the 2011-2012-budget at this time due to the uncertainty in state gov- ernment. Any increase in prop- erty tax money from higher EAV would probably be offset by cut backs in state aid and transportation payments. He thought the district would be fortunate to have the same amount of revenue as it did this year. Until the budget for the State Board of Education is finalized, the school district will not know what state pay- ments will be made. C Meetings ALENDAR Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are every Thursday evening, 6 to 730Pm in the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church, Family Life Center, on Lafayette. Devin, 13, son of Rhonda and John Jones of Chestnut and a 7th grader at Mt. Pulaski Grade School, recently competed with other students from Lincoln Taekwondo. Under the leadership of Scott Brown, they competed at Auvenshine 12th Annual Martial Arts Tournament at Lincoln Land Commu- nity College, Springfield. Devin competed in the class with 14 -16 yr olds and earned a 2nd in Free Sparring and 3rd in Forms. Blue Book In The reprint of the Mt. Pulaski History Blue Book is now in at the museum. Those who ordered books can pick them up Wednesday - Friday from noon until 4 or if you need another time call 792-5693. There are also some extra books available. Sue Schaffenacker Our Weather 2011 The official National Weather Service rain- fall for the Mt. Pulaski Observation Location for March was a total of 1.99". By Day - Rain 03-05 1.4Y' 03-19.03" 03-09.02" 03-20.04" 03-10.10" 03-21.01" 03-15.14" TOTAL 1.99" So far this year- Rain- fall (melted snow) was 3.48". Snowfall for Jan. - Feb. was 18.8". Rotary Helps Students Travel & Study The Rotary Youth Exchange is an inex- pensive way for high school students to travel and study in a foreign country. The exchange program involves spend-. ing 10-11 months going to school and riving with one to three host families, who are Rotary members. Participants must be between the ages of 16 and 19 and in the upper 500 of their class. RYE gives students the oppor- tunity to improve their langua skills and to fully experience living in another culture. There are 40 countries from which to choose a pro- gram. The student also acts as an ambassador to their home country. Rotary Youth Exchange can be a most rewarding, life-time extmrienoe_ RYE is truly a lanson-to-person inmmaonal goodw/U experience For more informa- tion: . es/e.0r or contact Rebecca Drake, Mt. Pulaski Rotary Club President-Elect. Applications for local selection of a student for the RYE will be at the Mr_ Pulaski High SchooL A local commit- tee will select a student to represent Mt. Pulaski in the youth exchange program_ Application by the selected student to be mentored by the local Rotary Club will be at the end of the school year so that the student has the summer months to prepare for the RYE international program in another country. llelhec I)rake, Mt. Pulaski Rotary Club ThankYou/ To the Community of Pulaski... Thank You for Your Support, Confidence, & Votes in the April 5 t Election. The opportunity to serve the people of Mt. Pulaski is a true honor. Jim Fuhrer, Mayor 4 Mt. Pulaski Times April 16, 2011