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lUlBililllmmu |IImlIHIIII,lUlIIB . . POliceReport By Mike Lakin An adult, a child, and a small dog met at a point in Mt. Pulaski. The meeting resulted in various ques- tions. Chief Lynn Freer interviewed all involved and eye witnesses. The matter remains in report status. A Logan County Grand Jury returned a "true bill" on four counts that resulted in the arrest of a Mt. Pulask(resident. Chief Lynn Freer con- ducted the investigation and the four counts he concluded in his report were the counts the Grand Jury handed down the indictment on. Nit. Pulaski Library Summer Reading Pro- gram, "A Midsummer's Knight Read", is on Tuesdays beginning at 10:30 am. June 21 "Snakehead Ed" - Live Snakes June 28 Sco~ll Zoo July 5 Richard Landry - Magic Show July 12 Closing Party - Craft & Lunch (Must Sign Up For Party) DeWitt - Logan Retired teachers Asso- ciation met June 8 at the United Methodist Church, Clinton. Rich Frankenfeld - Director of Outreach for TRS talked on pen- sions and issues facing the Teachers' Association, especially changes in health insurance. Anyone who currently has Health Alliance, Personal Care, or Humana HMO's must mail a Benefit Choice application form to the Teacher's Retirement System, Springfield. Any retired teacher who does not submit a choice application will be placed into the Teacher's Choice Health Plan. Another special enrollment period before the end of 2011. Sharon Urban, Region X Director, and Roger Hampton, Legislative Chairman, spoke on insurance issues. Next meeting is Sep- tember 7 at the United Methodist Church, Clin- ton. Dues for 2012 will be collected. o Mark 175th Anniversary of Mt. Postal employees will help celebrate the 175th anni- versary of Mt. Pulaski by offering a commemorative postmark to mark the event. The commemorative postmark is fxee. Two types of service will be available. HAND BACK SERVICE... ...will take place on Saturday, July 2,2011 in downtown Mt. Pulaski. Service will be from 11 AM until 5 PM in the information tent set up for the celebration. Any item to be canceled must bear unused postage stamps at the current first class rate. Items may include slips of paper, plain cards, blank envelopes, picture postcards, post- ers, currency, or whatever - as long as you can put a current unused first class stamp on it. MAIL BACK SERVICE... ...permits' customers to submit envelopes and cards through the marl to the Mt. Pulaski Post Office for postmarking with the pictorial post- mark. To qualify for this service, mail in requests must be postmarked no later than 30 days follow- ing July 2, 2011. Enve- lopes and cards that are to receive pictorial post- marks must bear unused postage stamps at the applicable First-Class rate and must have complete addresses. Customers should supply self-addressed stamped envelopes to protect the items receiving the picto- rial postmark from being marred during their return through the mail-stream. Happy 175th Mt. Pulaski!! Welcome to all our visffors and Alumni. We hope you have a great weekend. Like a good neighbor. State Farm is them.* Did You Know - A 91 year old mailman in Alabama has been on the job for 64 years. th Johnson True Value & Pulaski's 175th Celebration put together a great deal on U.S. Flags, Flag kits, & Flag banners. Just in time for the 4th of July Celebrations we have many varieties of Flags available in stock & for special order! START RIGHT. START HEREY HARDWARE & GARDENS Open 7 Days a Week Mort. - Fri. 7:30Am - 6Prn Sat. 7:30Am - 5Pro Sun. lOAm - 3Pro 423 S. Washington St. - Mt. Pulaski