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it 0 ILl[ Latham Firefighters 64 Th Annual Ice Cream Social Saturday July 13 ue Tractor Show & im Firemen's Car Show istrationtarts at 11am for the AnUque Car Show that will be Noon to 7pro featuring :Land of Lincoln AnUque Engine & Tractor Club and the Latharn Firemen's Car from t pm to 4:30pm with a $5 entry fee. All others with anUque tractors are welcome. There is no entry fee the AnUque Tractors Jr. Olympics at Ballpark 2pro For kids of all ages Through high school Jr. Kids Pedal Tractor Pull 4pro Tennessee Borderline Country Band 5 unUI 8pro Latham Firefighters Five Large Prize Drawing 8:30 pm Tickets available from any firefighter or at Ice Cream Social Serving of sandwiches, ice cream, cake, and soft drinks will start at Noon at the Firehouse - Free tickets with purchase from food line for merchant prizes to be given away Latham Firefighters invite you to an afternoon & evening of family fun FFA Honored At State .Convention More than 3,000 Illinois FFA high school students - including members of the Mt. Pulaski FFA . Chapter- participated in the 2013 Illinois State FFA Convention at the Prairie Capital Convention Center in Springfield. MT. PULASKI CHAPTER members attending included: Kamryn Aylesworth, Hannah Reidle, Lauren Anderson, Jessica Maxhei- mer, Elizabeth Allen, Samantha McCarty (pictured L to R), and Aaron Durchholz (FFA Band member.) Their FFA Advisor is Mr." Ralph Allen. m Bg i,.i 1o 0 Co State Proficiency Winner in Swine Production: Placement Area: JANSON COOPER. Pictured (L to R): Ralph Allen (Advisor), Janson Cooper (Winner), Julie and Jeff Cooper (Parents). Fifty-two differentState FFA Proficiency Award recipients arc named each year. Five finalists in each award area advanced through chapter, section, and district competitions. As the state winner, the student competes in Louisville, Kentucky, at the National FFA Convention in October. Selection of the state award winners is based on a personal interview, size and growth of the FFA member's Supervised Agricultural Experience Program (SAE), and their knowledge of the subject area and career pathway. These awards honor FFA members who have developed specialized skills that can be applied to their future careers. Cont'd Q"