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. ...,.-. ..... .................. i..y -' ..... FOR SALE BY OWNER Mt. Pulaski 3-bedroom, 1-bath bungalow Detached 1 car garage Nice lot - close to stores & grade school 217-525-6076 Frontier provides basic residential services for rates from $10.05 - $22.90 for fiat rate service. Fron- tier also provides basic business services for rates from $16.00- $24.90. Other taxes, fees, and surcharges may apply. Frontier offers single party service, touch tone, toll blocking, access to long distance, emergency services, operator assistance, and directory assistance. Use of these services may result in additional charges. Budget or economy services also may be available. If you have any questions regarding Frontier's rates or services, please call us at 1-800-921-8101 for further infor- mation or visit us at www.Frontier. com. 4/21114 CNS-2606915# MT. PULASKI TIMES 9:15am 3:00pm Bring Your Tractor to School Day - Mt. Pulaski High School - Wednesday April 9. A Sneak Peek of "Sea" You At The Library Sign-up is June 2 - 7. . All programs start at 10:30. June 10 - Ronald McDonald. June 17 - Mad Science. June 24 - Program at the FIREHOUSE. Fire trucks, ambulance, police car, and police dog demonstration. July 1 - Glow In The Dark Magic Show. JULY 8 - Wet and Wild - You might get wet! Bring something to sit on outside. In case of bad weather, another program will be held in the library basement. July 15 - DIVE into an ice-cream Sunday bar, also make a sea picture to take home. YOU MUST SIGN UP FOR Tills PARTY. This year, we have a new program for 6-7- 8 graders for a chance to win movie tickets. Same sign up date - different rules. HEAKING Caterpillal Has increasec Their employee., Hearinc Aid benefit CENTEE "YOUR FRIENDLY. HOMETOWN HEARING CENTER FOR 27 YEARS" Scholarship Available Applications are available at the High School Counselor's office for the Kim Knauer Memorial Teaching Scholarship. This scholarship was created by the family and friends of Kim Knauer and is suPported by the annual golf outing. This scholarship is for any senior at Mt. Pulaski High School going into teaching. It is a $2,000 award ($500 a year for 4-years). HSLC Garage Sale Your clean, gently used items, can be dropped off every Wednesday and Saturday beginning May 7, from I0 - 2. at the Logan County Fairground, south entrance (Sorry no electronics please). Sale is June 13, 14 & 15 at the Logan County Fairground during the Logan County Route 66 Garage Sale. Your continuing sup- port of the Humane Society of Logan County is making a difference in the lives of Logan County animals. OUR WEATHER 2014 - The official National Weather Service rainfall for the Mt. Pulaski Observation Location for March was a total of 1.58" with total snow of 4.4". By Day - Total Rain- Melted Snow Snow 3-2 .18" 3-2 2" 3-12 1.10" 3-12 1.7" 3-13 .03" 3-25 .7" - 3-25 .03" TOTAL 4.4" 3-27 .24" TOTAL 1.58" Average of 1-2" snow on the ground. FOR 2014 - total moisture is 6.65". Snowfall January - March 38.7". FOR 2013 -total moisture was 28.17". Snowfall was 24". One in four car crashes involve ceUphones. Times Photo Shuffleboard Tournament May 10 GeneClemonsMemo- rial Shuffleboard Tournament is Saturday May 10 at Old Brickyard. First game Noon, with signup at 11:30 AM. 50/50. Food, prizes, $100 1 = place each, and $75 2 d place each - Based on 32-players, Give Away $500 - Need no be present to win. Call 899-9750 or 792-5070 for spot. Landscape Pickup Monday May 5 City of Mt. Pulaski will remove landscape waste that has been placed within the areas between the sidewalk and the edge of the street. If weather is bad on May 5, pickup will be the next day with good weather. Have your landscape waste ready for pick- upby 7AM. Small debris (grass, leaves, small sticks) must be in bags. "Do not remove an entire tree from your pri- vate property and place it for the City to pick up. Excessive amounts of material will not be removed by the city. Questions, contact City Hall at 792-3222. City Of Mr, Pski, Illinois cityofmtpulaski00om The City,s website is revised and back on- line. 16 ka O I-.t 4