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Distinctive Living For Those 50+ Beautiful 1 bedroom apartment All utilities included! RT. 121 & Main Street, Latham 217-433-7099 o o When the power goes out.., and it will_. You can depend on our Guardian Standby Generators Automatic Back-up Power Permanent. Fully Automatic 24/7 Protection Better Than Portables Dave Bassett John Wyss Mt. Pulaski lic. #058-12-1898 792.5593 Mt Pulaski Boy Scout Troop 122 fingerprinting, wilderness survival, chess, recently speat a week at . geology, oceanography, weather, and bird Ingersolrs Boy Scout Camp study. Our boys were very busy, had a lot 0f fun, located near London Mills, Illinois and were thankful for a dry week! Troop Troop 122 attends yearly at the camp 122 is always ready to welcome boys in where the boys select different merit the fifth grade through high school as new badges to work towards achieving. Some members. of the merit badge programs our troop Meetings are typically held on Mondays participated in tiffs, year included first aid, emergency preparedness, canoeing, kaya- king, camping, communications, fishing, shotgun and rifle shooting, fingerprinting, swimming, archery, metalwork, basketry, at the Mr. Pulaski Christian Church base- ment from 6-7:30pm. Scouting is a great way for boys to come together to learn numerous skiUs, camp regularly, Jearn the importance of per- sonal responsibility to self and society, and simply create a lot of good memories learn- ing while enjoying a great time together. Our troop's Scout Master is Greg Maus (792-3383) and can be contacted if inter- ested in joining. Back row: Sally VanRheeden (leader), Nolan Slayton, Max Coppinger, Liam Davis, Brady Coppinger, Clayton Lindley, and PamEdenbush (leader). Front row: Wyatt Morris, Matthew Harmon, Noah Riedle, Michael Freer, Sam VanRheeden, and Nigel Adams. Submitted by Jennifer Riedle NATAUE & FIAYDEN PALMQUI$'I" were set up with their 4  of July Leroonade Stand. Now that's a 4 th of July image. Times Photo DEAN & READ MARTIN selling cookies during the 4  of July; notice - they were really, really good cookies. Times Photos Israeli inventor developed a bicycle from used cardboard that will sell for $20. A true recycled product.