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5 g~ KYLEIGH, 13, and CHASE, 10, are the chil- dren of Robin & Julie Venn of Columbia, Missouri. Grandparents are Glenn & Dorothy Mason of Mt Pulaski and Bill Venn of South Chicago Heights. Kamryn Aylesworth turned 12 last month. She's the daughter of Randy and Kelly/Aylesw~rth and granddaughter of Jo ~lesworth and Linda Ayers. enjoys 4-H, all animals. c-~m~ch camp, sports, dance, tumbling, arts-n-crafts and music. She'll be a 7th grader at Mt. Pulaski Grade School this fall. Female chickens, or hens, need about 24 to 26 hours to produce one egg. Thirty minutes later they start the process all over again. In addition to the half-hour rests, some hens rest every three to five days and others rest every 10 days. CEFCU Saga By Mike Lakin The real estate agent was contacted about improving the mowing schedule for the CEFCU property on West Cooke. The agent told Ma~,or Fuhrer that indeed a mowing was scheduled. The mowing took place shortly after the Mayor called. The agent also told Mayor Fuhrer the for sale sign would be going up on the property. Alderman John Utterback said that the city has been told so many times that there is a buyer interested in the property that he was sur- prised to find out a for sale sign was even needed. Thank You From Cub Scouts Thank you to everyone who supported the Cub Scouts pork chop sandwich sale Saturday, July 3r~ at Johnson's Foods, Mt. Pulaski. We could not have anticipated such an outstanding turn- out? Special thanks to Mike Riedle for cooking and to all of the parents & Scouts who worked hard to make this event successful! Thank You From Mt. Pulaski Mt. Pulaski VFW Post 777 would like to thank every- one who were able to participate in our annual July 4th Fried Chicken Dinner! Once again, it was a very successful fundraiser for our post. " Phil Bertoni VFW Post 777 Quartermaster The Boys' Mustang baseball team just finished their summer season playing teams from Lincoln, Mason City and Atlanta. Sponsored by Ray Inman Construction, the team is (1 to r. front) Riley Markee, Michael Freer. Ben Hilliard. Blake Byrne ah-d Ian Schneider, (1 tor, back) Brayden Trimmer. Wyatt Morris. Wade Davis, Wyatt Luckhart, and Dixon Aylesworth. In back is Coach Randy Aylesworth. Not pictured are Coach Bruce Davis and Nathan Ford. Part-Time Handbell Choir Director St. John United Church of Christ, Lincoln is look- ing for a part-time Hand- bell Choir Director. Send your resume, by August 1, to St. John United Church of Christ / Attention Handbell Choir Director Search Committee / 204 7t~ St. / Lincoln, IL 62656. For questions, contact the church - at 217/732-6957 before 4Pro weekdays or 217/566-3489 after 7Pm. % iii il !! (iii iili i i i!!i!iiii! iili i ilil ii!ii !!iii!!!i!ii!il ! 105 E. Jefferson St. -- Mt. Pulaski Now is the time to have CIWS build your new Wind Turbine Electric Generator Credits Available I