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9 MPHS 3rd Quarter Honor Roll juniors Sophomores Freshman Straight A Brian Batchelder, Straight A TJ Benhart, Zach Straight A Corey Beccue, Ashley Seniors Cale West Drake, Eli Griesheim, Eli Olson Berry, Felipe Buenrostro, Nathan Straight A Elizabeth Allen, Julia High Honors Dalton Dierker,High Honors Lukas Aylesworth, Ford, Olivia Letterle, Peyton Taylor ~. Beccue, Blake Collier, Alecsandria Elizabeth Ford, Miranda Hilliard, Josh Dyer, Ashley Houser, Madeline High Honors Faith Doerr, Bayley ~. Hayes, Garrett Johnston, Maggie Morgan Kinnaird, Dalton Litterly, Moody Holmes Olson, Haley Vaughan, Kelsey Emily Maus, BreAnna Rentmeister, Honors Alexandra Beckers, Honors Jaden Elliott, Emma P g OI Wilham Elizabeth Siebert High Honors Matthew Amidon,Honors Lauren Anderson, Beau Collier, Caroline Huff, Sydney Kamryn Aylesworth, Emaleigh Koehler, Michael Lowery, Samantha Berry, Hannah Freer, Devin Jones, McCarty, Andrew Moody, Whimey Blake Lyon, Caleb Przykopanski, Nichols, Hannah Riedle Brianna Stewart Honors Brandon Hickey, Clayton Honorable Mention Steven Lindley, Samantha Morris, Ashton Allen, Madeline Davis, Brett Huff, Wakeman, Shelby Young Mikayla Meyer, Will Stewart, Jacob Honorable Mention ChristianStoltzenburg, LaurenThompson Conley, Haley DeRight, Aaron Durchholz, Oliver Pal, Andrew Viner, Brady Walsh, Molly Williams Gabrielle Henson, Makenzie Lock, Schoth, Hailey Stogner, Emily Danielle Miller, Halley Moore,Wakeman Madison Nixon Honorable Mention Tosha Honorable Mention AlyssaBoyer, Kaitlin Davis,Isaac Barger, Alexis Byrne, Alex Clem- Griesheim, Hank Hamilton, John ons, Gage Henson, Ashlyn Hickey, Hilliard, Abrielle Howard, Jordan Kaity Jason, Skye Kretzinger, Sanchez, Sebastian Scassiferro, Keaton Polen, Alyssa Stauffer, BraydenTrimmer Alaina Tibbs, Kourtney Wilham ANTIQUES... ...available at Salt Creek Attic. 95-year-old California man set a record as the world's oldest active pilot. Federal tax code is now 74,608 pages long. Mt. Pulaski Times USPS No. 365-660 is published semi-monthly (twenty-four times-issues) per year by Michael Lakin, 311 S. Washington St., Mt. Pulaski, Illinois 62548, Business and Editorial Offices: Accounting and Circulation Offices: Michael Lakin, 311 S. Washington St., Mt. Pulaski, Illinois 62548. Call 217-303-6159 to subscribe. Periodical Postage is paid at Mt. Pulaski, IL 62548 POSTMASTER: Send aadm~ d~es to: Mt. l~lasld Times, C/O Mickad Laldn, P 0 Box 114 - 311 S. Washington Mt. Pulaski, Illinois 62548 Of~ce: 217-303-6159 mtpulaski~com Mt Pulaski Post Office Asks Residents to lp Stamp "We're proud to support this He food drive," said Clerk Colin West. "We're asking residents for Out unser their support to help make this another successful year. It's easy Nation's Largest Single- to make a donation: simply leave a Day Food Drive bag of nonperishable food items by Saturday, May 9, the National the mailbox to help your neighbors Association of Letter Carriers, in need." United States Postal Service, Feed- In 2014, Americans donated 72.5 ing America, and other partners are million pounds of food, feeding 30 asking the people of Mt Pulaski to million people. This was the 11~ help Stamp Out Hunger. consecutive year of at least 70 mil- To participate in the annual lion pounds collected by letter Stamp Out Hunger food drive carriers. The Stamp Out Hunger residents are encouraged to leave Food Drive has collected well over one billion pounds of food since it a sturdy bag containing nonper- ishable food items such as canned began. For more infomaafion about the soup, canned vegetables, peanut butter, pasta, rice or cereal next to annual Stamp Out Hunger food their mailbox prior to the time of drive, visit www.feedingamerica. regular mail delivery on Saturday, org and May 9. Letter carriers will collect service/food-drive. these food donations as they deliver the mail and take them to local food banks. 25% of college aajunct professors qualify for public Robotic chefs could serve meals by 2017. Japan is now the top holder of U.S. debt. NASA created a robot car that can drive sideways. assistance. City of Mt. Pulaski Official Resolution CONCERNING THE PUBLIC SERVICE OF SUE A. STEWART WHEREAS: Sue A. Stewart was" appointed as Alderman Ward 3 in May of 2011, was elected in April 2013, and decided not to participate in the election in April 2015, and WHEREAS: Sue A. Stewart has served faithfully and well, and contributed greatly to the efficient management of the affairs of the city. WHEREAS: Sue A. Stewart contributed her time attending the City Council Meetings, as well as Committee Meetings to insure the city ran as smoothly as possible. IT IS THEREFORE RESOLVED: That, 1, Mayor James Fuhrer, and the present members of the City Council do tuireby honor the public service of Sue A. Stewart, for the work that she did as Alderman for Ward 3. As a council we extend our sincere thanks for a job well done, and extend to her Best Wishes and Good Luck for the future. APPROVED: By the City Council of the City of Mr. Pulaski, county.ofLogan, and state of Illinois this 14 day of April, 2015, and to be presented to Sue A. Stewart, Alderman Ward 3 with a copy to be sent for publication in the local newspaper, and a copy to be placed on permanent record in the Office of the City Clerk at City HalL Attest: fJ f )