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4 th Quarter Honor Roll All As Eighth grade - Steven Schahl; Seventh grade- Elizabeth Allen, Samantha Morris, Shelby Young; Sixth grade - Kurtis Hooch, Raelyn Lessen, Rachel Meador; Fifth grade - Lukas Aylesworth, Kourtney Wilham; Fourth grade - Felipe Buen- rostro II, Julianne Funk, Ruth Lessen, Leah Saulsberry; Third grade - Morgan May High Honors Seventh grade - Hannah Riedle; Sixth grade - Caleb Przykopan- ski Hono Eighth grade - Marcus Hooch; Seventh grade - Matthew Amidon, Kelsey Wilham; Zion Luthe Sixth grade - Caleb Fink, Aime Howe, Jessica Maxheimer; Fifth grade = Abigail Fqnk Ashlyn Hickey, Caleb Meador; Fourth grade - Sebastian Scas siferro; Third grade - Noah Riedle Honorable Mention Seventh grade - Brandoi Hickey; Fifth grade- Mitchell Hagen buch, Joshua Jackson, Austi] Krueger;. Fourth grade - Maxwell Care Dawson Hagan 2 "d Semester Honor Roll AliAs Eighth grade - Steven SchahI; Seventh grade- Elizabeth Allen Samantha Morris, Shelby Young; Sixth grade - Kurtis Hooch Raelyn Lessen, Rachel Meador; Awarded Scholarship Erich Maxheimer, son of Mike and Suzie Maxheimer, received thq annual American Legion Ryman-Fuiten Post 447 Scholarship this yeal This is a $500 scholarship, awarded annually to a graduating Mt Pulask High School senior who is a son or grandson of a United Stat6 Armed Forces Veteran. This veteran usually is currently or has been member of Mt. Pulaski American Legion Post 447. Erich will be attend ing the University of Illinois and majoring in civil engineering. He alst informed us that he is plaaning to join the University of Illinois Ai: Force ROTC program. :::: % Left to right: Mike Richner, SAL Squadron447 Commander Maske, Auxiliary Unit 447 President; Erich Maxheimer; Phil Bertoni Post 447 Commander; and Wally Kautz, Post 447 Adjutant. Left to right: Earl Maxheimer, Erich's grandfather and Post 447 eran; and parents Suzie & Mike Maxheimer with Erich. Submitted By - Phil Bertoni Mt Pulaski 4thof July Sch00 dule of Events 8am Garage Sales begin (unless noted otherwise in the sate description) A Map and Flyer of the garage saies are available at John'on's Food Center, The Farmers Bank, Buff's Family Restaurant and City Hall 5pm Children's Parade Children are invited to bringtheir bikes, wagons, strollers and other non-motorized vehicles, decorated for Independence Day. Parade lineup will be at the NE corner of the square. Refreshments will be provided afterward 6:30pm Frasier Park Gates Open Bring your lawnchatrsi picnics and coolers The Concession Stand will Popcorn, Candy and Soda 7pm Annual Fireworks After a Uve Musical Performance The Veggie Band at Frasier Iaindate - July 5 ran School, Mt. Pulaski Honor Roll Fifth grade - Lukas Aylesworth; Fourth grade - Felipe Buen- rostro II, Julianne Funk, Ruth Lessen, Leah Saulsberry; Third grade - Morgan May Hizh Honors Seventh grade - Matthew Amidon, Hannah Riedle; Sixth grade -Jessica Maxhei- met, Caleb Przykopanski; Fifth grade - Kourtney Wilham Honors Eighth grade - Marcus Hoock; Seventh grade - Kelsey Wilham; Sixth grade - Caleb Fink, Aimee Howe; Fifth grade ,- Abigail Funk, Ashlyn Hickey, Caleb Meadorj Fourth grade - Maxwell Carey, Sebastian Scassiferro; Third grade - Noah Riedle Honorable Mention Seventh grade - Brandon Hickey; Sixth grade - Mikayla Meyer; Fifth grade - Mitchell Hagen- buch, Joshua Jackson, Austin Krueger; Fourth grade -:Dawson Hagan, Wyatt Morris Year End Honor Roll All As Eighth grade - steven Schahl; Seventh grade-Elizabeth Allen, Samantha Morris, Shelby Young; Sixth grade - Raelyn Lessen; Fourth grade -Julianne Funk, Ruth Lessen, Leah Saulsberry; Third grade - Morgan May High Honors Seventh grade - Matthew Amidon, Hannah Riedle; Sixth grade - Kurtis Hoock, Rachel Meador; Fifth grade - Lukas Aylesworth, Kourtney Wilham Fourth grade - Felipe Buen- rostro II, Sebastian Scassiferro Honors Eighth grade -Marcus Hooch; Seventh grade - Kelsey Wilham; Sixth grade - Aimee Howe, Jes- sica Maxheimer, Caleb Przyk0pan- ski; Fifth grade - Abigail Funk, Ashlyn Hickey, Caleb Meador; Fourth grade - Maxwell Carey; Third grade - Noah Riedle Honorable Mention Seventh grade - Brandon Hickey; Fifth grade - Mitchell Hagen- buch, Joshua Jackson, Austin Krueger; Fourth grade - Dawson Hagan, Wyatt Morris boxes can be placed in paper sacks m Mt. Pulaski's illegal .Dumping Warmer weather has helped fuel an increase in the amount of materials being taken to the recycling site in Mt. Pulaski. However, this has also left the Logan County Joint Solid Waste Agency to deal with increasing amounts of contamination. The illegal dumping of non-recyclable materials into collection bins is prohibited. In the past few weeks, agency staff has removed household trash, carpeting and padding, automobile parts, decon- structed computer components, a satellite dish and a computer desk. Recyclable materials will be collected, sorted and processed into new items that will once again find their way to your home. Items to be recycled, therefore, need to be handled differently than house- hold .trash. During various stages of the recycling process including collection and sorting phases, indi- viduals, not machinery, handle the materials. Remember, when in doubt, leave it out! Recyclable plastic and metals should be rinsed and free of any food material. If the pizza box has cheese stuck to it, toss it in the garbage. Used paper plates and napkins should be placed in the garbage, not in a recycling bin, as should used paper-towels and tissues. Ashtrays should not be dumped emptied into recyclable materials. Individuals should be aware that just becaus an item is either plastic or metal, it does not make it recyclable. Contain- ers acceptable for recycling will display a recycling symbol on the bottom or on the label. The recy- cling symbol is a triangle com- posed of three chasing arrows. Most food containers and household/beauty product cpn- tainers as well as most paper items are recyclable. The Mt. Pulaski collection site offers residents the opportunity to recycle both paper and co-mingled plastic/metal materials. Recycters are reminded that bins are desig- nated for the collection of a spe- cific material either paper or co- mingled plastics & metals. Do not place metals or plastics in the paper bin or paper materials in the co-mingled plastic and metals bin. The program does not accept glass at the collection site. Paper items accepted include newspapers and filler items, junk mail, magazines, single-ply chip- board (cereal and other food con- tainer boxes, Kleenex and shoe- boxes, etc.) and catalogs. The recy- cling program does not accept cardboard: Preparation for recy- cling paper items is minimal; boxes should be broken down and flattened. Newspaper, magazines, junk mail and flattened chipboard Odd Fellow Heritage = Apartments Affordable housing for qualified people Buffalo - Williamsville Illiopo!is For information call- 217r364-4828 or 217-b453, * i or emptied loose into the bin. Do not tie or bind newspapers and/or magazines with stringor wire. Plastics accepted for recycling include food and drink containers (milk/water/soda bottles); bleach, detergent, and softener bottles; and other health & beauty product containers. As with paper, prepa- ration for recycling plastics is min- imal, rinse and flatten. Caps may be left on containers. Metal items accepted for recycling include food containers, coffee cans and drink (soda/beer) cans. Again, I- c rinse ontainers and if possible flatten metal cans, The recycling program does not accept plastic bags from stores, dry cleaning bags or trash bags. If you transport you r recyclables' to the collection bins in any type of plastic and/or trash bag, empty the contents loose into the bin and take the plastic bag home for disposal with other household trash. Plastic bags used to hold items such as water softener salts, mulch, seed and fertilizer are not accepted at the recycling site. Plastic bags from any store can be recycled at the Lincoln Wal- Mart or Kroger stores. Recyclers are asked to remove all receipts from the bags and to turn the bags inside out. Collection bins for recycled plastic bags are located inside the entrance of both stores. Recyclers are asked not over- load the collection bins ensuring that bins lids and doors can be closed. The collection bin for co-mingled plastics and metals is emptied weekly; the paper bin is emptied on an as needed basis. If collection bins are full, do not leave recyclables on the ground where they can be strewn by the weather or animals. These mea- sures will assist the agency is maintaining the area surrounding the collection bins for the health and safety of both those utilizing" the bins as well as agency employ- ees. The Logan County Joint Solid Waste Agency appreciates the efforts of recyclers and strives to provide a quality recycling prog- arm for all county residents. For more information on the county's recycling program, preparation of recyclable materials, or how to dispose of other household items such as appliances, car batteries, tires or paint, visit our web-site at www.co.logan.il.us and select Joint Solid Waste Agency or con- tact Mitzi Rohlfs, Coordinator at 217-732-9636. Remember, Recycle Today for Tomorrow. Submitted by - Mitzi Rohlfs, Coordinator Logan CountY Joint Solid Waste Agency Meeting Date Change Mt. Pulaski Township Trustees and Highway Commissioner will meet Wednesday, June 23, 2010 at 7:30Pm at the Mt. Pulaski Township Road District Office, 404 S.  'S'pl'fig,' Mt. Pulaski, Illinois. i i ;iSlirley Schaal- Clerk