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MAJ Stan Manes Among Soldiers Conducting Information Exchange ' The Polish Military Police Specialized lJnits (Gen- and SGT Greg Danko, traveled to the Wedrzen Train- darmerie) are tasked with the mission of providing ing Area and conducted an Information Exchange six Police Organizational Mentor Liaison Teams with the mentors of the six POMLTs. Most infor- (POMLT) for the Polish Battle Group deployed in sup- port of ISAF Operations in Ghazni Province, Afghan- istan. The command group, based in Gliwice, Poland, requested an Information Exchange with members of the ILARNG with experience in mentoring the Afghan National Police. Three Soldiers, MAJ Stan Manes, SFC Tim Glass, mation focused on the theoretical and mechanical aspect of mentoring the Afghan National Police,. but also provided training on voice communication procedures when requesting US support. The team worked with the MG command on the development of certification scenarios and then acted as role play- ers and evaluators during the STX, which received Polish National Media coverage. Scare Up A GoodBo0k Mt. Pulaski Library Summer Reading Program scheduled. Exciting programs each Tues- day at 10:30Am. June 8 Illinois Raptor Center June 15 Scovill Zoo June 22 DePriest Puppets June 29 John Brownback Magic & Balloon Animals July 6 "Snakehead Ed" - Live Snakes July 13 Ronald McDonald Colin Ryan Lewis was confirmed and took his first communion Sunday, May 16, at Redeemer Lutheran Church, Fort Worth, Texas. Pastor David Grassley officiating. Attending were, his parents Robert & Kathy Lewis, his brother Scan, and his Grandmother, Louetta Lewis of Mt. Pulaski. Wedding Grad uation Anniversaries, Parties SchoolDances .... Renee Martin - 21"7.792.5401 Visit us on Facebook! Jeff Patridge Makes It .[eft Patridge has been named to the Decatur Signature Cup golf team, men's amateur divi- sion. Jeff qualified in a 36-hole stroke play, along with three other play- ers. It was commented that the four had already separated themselves from the pack. Jeff is 28-year-olds, employed by Wurth Service Supply Inc. He attended Warrensburg- Latham and played on a high school team in a co-op arrange- ment with Maroa- Forsyth. He moved back to Macon County two-and-a-half years ago after living for five years in Virginia Beach. Jeff will be on the team com- peting against Bloomington-Nor- mal in the fourth annual Signa- ture Cup event June 26-27 in Bloomington. Decatur won the inaugural Signature Cup event at Red Tail Run in 2007, but Bloomington-Normal bounced back with victories in 2008 at The Den at Fox Creek in Bloom- ington and in 2009 at Red Tail Run. This year's event will be held at The Den. In a Decatur Herald & Review story, SpOrts Reporter Mark Tupper, wrote.., team captain Darryl Stock and assistant Roy Mosser were impressed with Jeff. The comment was, "The big surprise was Jeff Patridge, who we didn't know much about. But Turtle (Red Tail Run pro Kurtis Rogers) and Rick Anderson (director of golf; Decatur Park District) knew him and said he can really play. "And when I got to watch him Saturday, he hits the ball as well as anyone on our team. I asked him if he's committed to this over the next six weeks and he said, 'Whatever you need, I'll do.' "That's what I wanted to hear." Jeff is the son of Ron & Sue Tapscott of Decatur, and Mike & Maggie Patridge of Mt. Pulaski. Only in America... do we use answering machines to screen calls and then have call waiting so we won't miss a call from someone we didn't want to talk to in the first place iii00il The storm and rains that almost Biblically flooded Springfield was in a massive system; as can be seen in this $1"w:VE FI#,HN Photo taken in Mt. Pulaski. Well back from the action.