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Zion Conformation Class Sunday, April 17 Front Row - L-R-Sydney Koehler, Kelsey Wilham, Brandon Hickey, and Shelby Young. Back Row - L-R - Samantha Morris. Pastor Christopher Decker, and Mat- thew Amidon. Allen Schaal Photo Mt. Pulaski Library Summer Programs Sign Up June 1 - 4 The theme this year is "A Midsummer's Knight Read". Tuesday pm- grarm begin at 10:30 am. June 7 Glow in the Dark Juggling Show June 14 Ronald McDonald June 21 "Snakehead Ed" =-Live Snakes June 28 Scovill Zoo July 5 Richard Landry - Magic Show July 12 Closing Party - Craft & Lunch (Must Sign Up For Party) Library Parade Entry To Feature Kids The Mt. Pulaski 175m ers or wagons so their Anniversary Parade is 9: smaller children can take 30 am Saturday July 2. part (please have them in Mt. Pulaski Library costume). will be walking and pull- Older kids, if you were ing our "mini float". Our in any of our plays and theme will be "storybook would like to wear one kids" so we Would like of your play costumes, any and all kids to join please let us know. us dressed in any cos- Any questions please tume they like. Morns are contact the Library for kavited to decorate stroU- information: 792-5919. 2s% off Johnson True Value & Mt. Pulaski's 175m Celebra- tion have a deal on US Flags, kits, & banners. All US Flags and kits are 25% until July 5. For Memorial Day and the 4th of July Celebrations, many varieties of US Flags available in stock and for special order. Topper Red Hatters: On The Go... Tuesday April 19, our monthly tun- Ruth had even brought along a cute cheon-meeting took place at the Olive bunny that llt up off and on. She said Garden Restaurant located in the Target she just couldn't resist it. Shopping area in Decatur. We managed The door prize.., a pot of fresh pan- to get a few hours relief from a morning sies,., was won by Phyllis Hawk: She's thunderstorm and those that hit us later always the lucky one in our crowd! (I in the day and evening, think several of us had eyed greedily With a nice representation of our those pansies for ourselves.) But, con- group on hand, we enjoyed visiting gratulations, Phyllis. and laughing together once more. The Ruth and Phyllis E. passed out a camaraderie is always apparent: as we do spring flowers word game, which proved "our thing)' to be lots of fun and brought several The food was fine as usual, as well witty comments from the group. Thanks as the courteous and efficient wait staff, to both Ruth and Phyllis E. for a well- Harriett Bender was a special guest of plannedmeeting. Pat Stranmann. The May luncheon-meeting will Harriett recently retired from INB be Tuesday, May 17, at 12:30p in the Bank and this invitation was to honor Korner Cafe fl] Latham. Please call her years of gracious service there. :either co-hostess'to confirm reservations Ruth Barry and Phyllis Edwards were prior to the 17tL Co-hostesses are Linda co-hostesses and did a delightful job of Dierker, 792-5312; and Phyllis Hawk at decorating the dining table. Each person 792-5225. received a sweet gift of assorted candies Guests are always welcome; just call in an Easter carton to take home. Dar- ahead to make your reservation with ling figures of bunnies, eggs, and chick- "either co-hostess. Come join the fun. ens adorned the table. You are certainly WELCOME. Submitted by Pat Straumann May7,2011 Did You Kno~t - Exxon earned $11 Billion in profits in the first quarter, Motor scooter sales are up 50% as gas prices rise. their largest since 2008. 217-871-8094 364-1300th Ave Lake Fork il Mt Pulaski Library Plant Exchange We look forward to seeing you... Questions?: 792-5919 Need A Day Treat Her to Dinner Mother's Day May 8 Menu Choice Of Served With Twice-baked potato, scalloped corn, green salad and choice of chocolate cake or flan 10 oz rib eye steak - $14 10 0z whiskey steak- $1499, or 8 oz chicken breast - $12" Walk-ins welcome or call for a reservation - 796-3550 or 796-3685 Dinner served from 11 am to 2 pm and 4 pm to 7:30 pm Mt. Pulaski Times 7