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W,.am-.ec00- _Editor's Mason Reunion We meet Sunday NotebOok August 14 at Lake Fork Community Center. By Mike Lakin Potluck at 12:30 - bring Helen Fine has two a dish to pass. For infor- cats that have gone miss- marion: 737-5416. ing. One is a Siamese, the other is black and white. They have been long time "members of her family". Mt. Pulaski's Library circulated over 1,000 children's books in June: Young local scientist in training attempted to fry an egg on the side- walk during recent heat wave. Best she could do is a firm but not cooked result. So, it wasn't so hot you could fry an egg on the sidewalk. 508 Broadway St., Lincoln, IL 62656 .com - Mt. Pulaski Times Following Students were Named to Millikin Univer- sity Dean's List... Lisa Miller, Elkhart, sophomore Tabor School of Business. Eric Burrgett, Latham, senior College of Fine Arts. Christopher Pelikan, sophomore College of Fine Arts. Robert Saulsberry, senior College of Profes- sional Study.. Monsanto's llliopolis facility is looking to turn 14 acres of the compa- ny's land into a protected place for area wildlife. Mr. Pulaski High School students built goose nesting boxes for the project. "I think this program is an excellent thing for the kids to be involved in," explained Ralph Allen, Mt. Pulaski ag teacher and FFA advisor. "To have the students work on a project that involves improving the commu- nity while working with a local business is a great opportunity. It's great for a large company to set a good example, and I know the kids are excited to see their hard work put to good use.". The project is under review by the habitat council. Thank You From Pat Straumann A very warm thank- you to the Mt. Pulaski Ambulance EMTs and all my good friends and neighbors who responded so quickly to my medical emergency on July 13. The very same warm thanks I extend to my friends and family who visited me in ER at Springfield's Memorial Hospital. Dear friends came in and cared for my "girls" while I was there overnight. Another fol- lowed me to the hospital and came after me the next day. To my church family, I am so blessed for those who came and comforted and prayed with me in the ER. Others prayed too. My family came and stayed with me until mid- night. After finally being cleared the next day, I was released with great news health-wise. To live in Mt. Pulaski means to live in a com- munity of loving, caring, God-fearing people. To you all... I love you and consider you my true family. And for all those calls and visits and encouragement and kind gestures, I can only say, "thanks so very much". August 6, 2011