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AA Meeting Alcoholics Anonymous meet- ings are every Thursday evening, 6 to 7:30Pro in the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church, Family Life Center. on Lafayette. Veterans Flags Mt. Pulaski American Legion Post 447 and Mt. Pulaski Boy Scout Troop 122 will place flags on all Mt. Pulaski Cemetery Vet- eran Gravesites at 10Am, Satur- day, May 29. Please meet at the center road. Phil Bertoni, Commander Mt. Pulaski Ameri can Legion Post 447 Veterans to visit Vonderlieth Following Mt. Pulaski Memo- rial Day Observance, American Legion, VFW Veterans, and SAL Squadron 447 will visit with veterans and their families in the main reception room at Vonderlieth Living Center. Rev. David Hofer will give a prayer. Don't judge people by their relatives COI4~OY WISDOM Carson CyrulikEarns Eagle Scout Rank Boy Scout Troop 15 honored Carson Cyru- ilk. 18, at an Eagle Scout Court of Honor Sunday, April 25, at 2Pm at St. Patrick in Decatur. Carson is the son of Kerry & Lisa Cyrulik of Warrensburg. He is the grandson of Ken & Hollie Cyrulik of Mt. Pulaski and Bob & Connie Zachrich of Defiance, Ohio. Only two percent of Scouts attain the high- es~ rank of the Boy Scouts of America. An Eagle Scout must have completed at least 21 merit badges and orga- nized a service proj- ect that benefits his church, community, or school. Carson lead a crew that scraped paint off then repainted the playground equipment at Illini Park in Warrens- burg. Carson joined Cub Scout Pack 117 at age seven and later earned their highest award, the Arrow of Light. A member of Troop 15 since 1999. he regularly attended summer camp at Rhodes France Scout Camp in Pana and stayed 2 days and nights on the U.S.S. York- town in North Car: olina. Carson, a senior at Warrens- burg-Latham High School, has been a member of the golf team. He is a member of the First Christian Church in Decatur. He accompanied his youth group on a mission trip to Appalachia, Ten- nessee; the poorest county in Tennes- see to serve people through an organi- zation called Christ in Youth. He has helped counselors at Little Galilee Christian Camp. Carson plans on attending Rich- land Community College this fall. then Western Illinois University in 2012. He wants to earn a Master's Degree at Loyola University Chicago. Frontier Communications Availability of Services In compliance with state and federal requirements, Frontier Communications of Mt. Pulaski, Inc. is required to provide notice of certain, basic services which it provides throughout its designated serving areas Frontier offers the following local exchange telecommunications services to all consumers throughout its serving area: -Voice grade access to the public switched network; -Local exchange service including an amount of local usage free of per minute charges under a fiat rated local service package; -Dual tone multi-frequency signal; -Single party service; -Access to emergency service; -Access to operator services; -Access to interexchange servtce; -Access to directory assistance: an(J -Toll blocking without charge to qualified low income customers. Basic local exchange residential service monthly rates, excluding mandatory EAS rate. if applicable: ndividual Line: $16.96" Rural Individual Line: $19.08" *Other taxes, fees. and surcharges may apply Subsidize discounts are available to customers meeting certain low income criteria. Information concerning these plans s available from your Frontier representative at (800)435-1504.. The UTAC Lifeline and Link-Up programs helplow-income individuals and households - including the elderly and persons with disabilities - acquire local phone service an get a discount on their monthly phone bills. It's easy for customers of Frontier Communications of Mt. Pulaski to contribute, Simply call Frontier's Business Office to indicate that you would like to be billed monthly for contributions to the universal Telephone Service Assistance Program in the amount of 50 cents, $1.00. $2.00 or $5.00. You may change or discontinue your donation by giving 30 days advance notice. 2ndQ10 City Landscape Waste Pickup Date Monday JUNE 7 City of Mt. Pulaski will remove landscape waste placed within the area between the sidewalk and edge of the street. If the weather is bad, we will pickup on the next day with good weather. We ask that that our res- idents please follow these guidelines: Have your landscape waste ready for pickup by 7:00 AM. on the scheduled dates. NEW REQUIREMENT! ! All small debris, grass, leaves, etc. must be in bags. Place all material within 6' of the edge of pavement not in street or on sidewaIk. Do not remove entire trees for City pick up. Contractors are to h*aul trees to the Sewage Treatment Plant and place debris in the proper location. Questions? Contact City Hall at 792-3222. Over Coffee - By Bob Gasaway 2 Everett Streenz and J. Dalen Shellhammer took a one-day trip to Washington D.C. to visit the World War II Memorial and other war tributes. Everett, an Army vet- eran, and J.Dalen and 5 other Logan County vet- erans made the trip that honored them for the job they did for our country. Everett said that he was awarded a set of plastic wings because this was the first time he had ever CLASSIFIEDS FOR SALE 3 bdrms,2 baths, Ir w/gas fireplace, dr, eat in ktchn, sunroom, laundry, office, 2 car garage, barn, fenced yard, extr& lot, asphalt drive. Bsmnt w/storage rooms, fr w/fireplace, ktchn, bath, large room for 4th bdrm. Tons of storage, back up generator and storm shel- ter, 217-412-6331 or 217-792-5143 Mattress Furniture Truckload Sale 40-60% off Memorial Day Weekend Only! Sat & Sun (29th-30th) 11am-5pm 1709 N Dirksen Parkway Springfield 217-361-1357 Admiral 16.5 cu-ft refrig, works good, $50, 792-5198 Oak rolltop desk, 2 drawer lateral file, 364-4247 flown. He said, "The aver- age age was 86 years old and one veteran from New Holland was 92 and he walked all the way. A lot of the veterans used wheel- chairs. J. Dalen's 3 daugh- ters were our escorts. A big surprise happened when they returned to Spring- field at 10 p.m. where they were greeted by bands and 3,000 people at the airport. It .had been a wonderful day." This trip was all made possible by Honor Flight Network. HFN is a non- . profit organization created solely to honor America's veterans for all their sacri- rices. HFN helps our veter- ans travel absolutely free. In 2009, HFN tEans- ported 25.000 to the WW II Memorial. Southwest Air- v lines donate thousands of ~t' tickets-and is the official carrier. Will Rogers said, '"We can't all be heroes. 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