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Molly Maeke~ie Harris, daughter of-Rick and Cyndi Butkovich-Harris of Maroa, graduated from Maroa-Forsyth HS on Friday, May 27, 2011. Molly will continue her education at Ole Miss (Uni- versity of Mississippi) in Oxford, Missis- sippi and major in Political Science with an emphasis in Intemational Relations. Molly .was active in many organiza- tions, clubs, and community service projects while attending Maroa-Forsyth HS as well as held many leadership positions while in high school. She also played volleyball and was a cheerleader for her 4 years. Recently at awards night, Molly won the following monetary schol- arships: ADM Scholarship, Walter Boyd Family Scholarship, Young Woman of Excellence Scholarship, Kaiser Memorial Scholarship, DAR award, and the MFEA Scholarship as well as a leadership schol- arship from Ole Miss awarded to incom- ing freshman. Molly will be celebrating her graduation with an upcoming 3-week trip to Europe with her mom, Cyndi, before attending Ole Miss. They will visit London, Paris, the French Riveria, Lucerne, Venice, Florence and Rome. Molly is the granddaughter of Pat Butkovich of Mt. Pulaski and Donald and Carolyn Harris of Ft. Myers Beach, FL. Thank You From MPHS Post Prom Committee We would like to thank the following for their tremendous support of the MPHS' Post Prom. Without the generosity of this community, the event would not be pos- sible. Many sincere thanks. Aetna Township, Abraham LincolnCenter, Julie Stoll, Knight's Action Park, Memorial Hospital, American Legion Laenna Township, Lake Fork Christian Post #447, American Legion Auxiliary Church, Lake Fork Community Center, #447, Bart and Laurie Rhodes, Betty Lake Fork Fertilizer, Latham Methodist Hickey, Big R, Carl and Julie Oglesby, Church, Laura Amidon, Lincoln Chrys- Casey's- Lincoln, CEFCU, Central IL ler Dodge and Jeep, Maddie Thornton, Ag, Cb.ris Clements, Cross Brothers, Mary Kelley, Mike and Lynette Maske, City of Mount Pulaski, Clint and Diane Mike and Susan Selenik, Mindy Gross, Deppe, Country Hills Golf Course, Meister Family, MKS Jewelers, Mon- David and Lois Olson, Deb Foster with santo, Mt. Pulaski Education Associa- First Bankers Trust Company, Delmar tion, Mt. Pulaski Pharmacy, Mt. Pulaski Stewart, Deron and Kristi Powell, Donna Township, Mt. Pulaski Women in Busi- Dulle, Drs. Doran, Capodice, Efaw, and ness, MTI, Pat and Jo Ellen Walsh, Sally Ocheltree; Downing, Przykopanski, Cle- Litterly, Sons of the American Legion ments, and Mays; Eaton Corp, Elkhart #447, Southerlan Family, Stahl's Fumi- Fertilizer, Elkhart Grain, Elkhart Main ture, State Bank of Lincoln, Terry Farmer Street, Elkhart NAG, Elkhart Township, Photography, Texas Roadhouse, Tomlin- Elkhart United Methodist Church, The soil Trust, ViUage of Elkhart, Viper Mine, Farmers Bank, Fout Construction, Graue Wal-mart-Lincoln, Wally Kautz, Lee and Chevrolet, Harmer Cattle, Hayes Auto Donna Johnson, Latham Fire Depart- Body, Hudson's Talk of the Town, INB, ment, Phoenix Fire Department, Pizza John and Ann Olson, Johnson's Food Man, and Unique Images Salon. 175th Celebration Parade Route The parade starts on South Washington Street - up over the square - and down North Wash- ington to Maple St. 175th Celebration Organization Dinners General Food Cool A/C Tent (South Side) July 1 Friday Night St. Thomas/St. Pat- tick's Fish Fry (4 pm - 8 pm ) - $10 July 2 Saturday First Christian Church Pancake-Sausage Break- fast (7 am - I0 am ) July 2 Saturday Night PACE Polish Sausage Dinner (4 pm - 8 pm ) -$10 July 3 Sunday Noon 175th Heritage Service Potluck (Service at Noon in Courtyard, Lunch: 12:30 pra- 2pro) July 3 Sunday Night Zion Lutheran Pork Chop Dinner (4 pm - 8 pm)-$10 July 4 Monday Noon VFW. Fried Chicken Dinner (11 am - 2 pro) - $10 Thank You From George & Linda Blue We would like to thank everyone for the cards and well wishes for our 40th Wedding Anniversary. We are truly blessed with a wonderful family, and great friends. Did You Know - 41% of women would rather go to the dentist than shop for a bathing suit. Have power when the power goes out with our Guardian Standby Generators When the power goes out.., and it will... You can depend on our Guardian Standby Generators for automatic back-up power Fully Automatic. 24/7 Protection Permanent Better Than Portables- Dave Bassett- John Wyss Mt. Pulaski lic. #058-12-1898 LOGAN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH Habitat for Humanity of Logan County has begun construction of its sixteenth home in partnership with Eric arid Teresa Baker. at 14t9 N. McLean St. in Lincoln. Volunteers are essential to the construc- tion of a'Habitat home and are welcomed on Fridays and Saturdays, usually from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. wi'fh lunch pro- vided. Information about the build can be found at www.hfhlogancounty.corn under the Build tab. 115 Gov Oglesby st. rmh 947-2770 Daily Lunch Specials s62 llAm to l:30Pm Taco Tuesday $150 0to8:30 Wednesday Chicken Dinner $830 Thursday $ l 0 Bucket of Beer Free Pool Friday Fish Fry $955 June 18, 2011 Mt. Pulaski Times 7