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Mt. Pulaski CUSD #23 History Interest Leads to Volunteering6 Pizza Man Family Restaurant 120 E. Cooke, Mt. Pulaski 70' X 40' Building With Full Basement Adjoining Vacant Lot Business Established 1981 Turn-Key Operation 217-725-7953 St. John's Lutheran Church ,,The Little Church That Could" Sunday Services Cooke St. Mt. Pulaski Educator of the Quarter Denise Farnam By Mike Lakin > O | O I.i ".4 The following statements were submitted in nominat- ing Denise for Educator of the Quarter... She uses her own time to helps students in math; making up lessons with stu- dents who have fallen behind, spending time outside of classroom to make sure stu- She is dedicated to our school and our students, she frequently attends school functions, she runs the high school student council and has organized many events on their behalf including "Make a Difference Day," visits ,to Vonderlieth, and other events. In her spare time she serves Having volunteered at the Mt. Pulaski Courthouse for the last year, Evan Cyrulik explains the courthouse's relationship with Lincoln the lawyer; most effectively, according to the volunteers that visited the courthouse recently. And those volun- teers can measure effective- dents are on their goals, on the Board of Education at ness as they volunteer at the In addition she supervises her daughter's grade school; Abraham Lincoln Presidential and coaches the WYSE Team she is active in our teachers Museum. ]that recently placed third at union, having served as its Evanrd credits Ms. Radtke AC-B0 'the sectional and then sent president in the past. (his 3 Grade teacher) for GOOD :,., ] i:il ii i :ii:itwo students to the statewide Denise owns and operates his interest in history; start- WATER test. her own business as well; she ing with a 3rd Grade project, MACHINE There is no one occurrence models to our students what Courthouse Cash, the stu- ! that makes Denise most one should do to be involved dents that year raised $25,000 Triple Water .......... deserving of recognition at while living their life to the to benefit the Mt. Pulaski Filtration. this time, k . rather her entire fullest. Courthouse. Cleaner Water. Peace of Mind. The first filter reduces sediment; a reverse osmosis filter limits barium, selenium, and other impurities that may be in your water; and the third, a post-stage carbon filter, freshens your drinking water Space-saving, under-sink design fits easily in all kinds of kitchens RENTAL RATES Starting $18.50 OR Purchase 318 N. Chicago St. Lincoln body ot work over time. ,qOTO - Superintendent Todd Hamm McCormick 1136 W. Pershing Rd Decatur, IL 62526 Sean & Dylan McCormick "Your Car Guys" Sean 217-358-4oo8 Dylan 217-358-3633 Denise Farmer Deadline Monday May 8 for May 15 issue. Publication courthouse; knowledge that eamed him compliments from some well-informed presiden- tial museum volunteers. of any article submitted at deadline is subject to space available. After becoming very informed'as to Lincoln the Prairie Lawyer and Lincoln the By the way, when asked President, Evan broadened his what he thought was the most interest in history. During a unique item in the Sheriffs brief breakinhispresentation Office in the Courthouse, of the courthouse- Lincoln he pointed out the wood- relationship, Evan discussed box; historically accurate - his interest in the U.S. Cen- tenniai of WWI; an interest designed and built by Fred that's well informed. Lipp - but actually camouflag- Evan's knowledge lends ing an air-conditioner outlet. Times Photo well to his volunteering at the FLORALS By Kathy...available at Salt Creek Attic Banquet has recalled Chicken Nugget with Macaroni & Cheese frozen dinners because of the threat of salmonella. "-4 -,I A report says America's shrinking ml,.~dle ~.,ass tries of Western Europe. is now less than in at! 11 coun-