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3 ~o B m 1.1 O gl Free Cookies First day of school attendance is Aug. 26. After dropping off your kids at school, join the Mer- chants of South Washington for free cookies. New Pasta Alley products at Calm Creek Caf6, all retail items 10% off; sale items at Salt Creek Attic and Saddie's. Weather permitting, seating available outside. 2015 Mt. Pulaski Fall Festival Parade The theme of the 2015 Fall Festival is a Community Pride theme. Show your pride for what's important to you or your organization by representing your commu- nity. Mt. Pulaski Community Pride would liketo invite you and your organization to participate in this year's parade! The parade will take place at 1PM Saturday, Septem- ber 12. Line up/registration starts at 12PM behind the high school. The awards for this year's parade winners are: 1st Place: $250 2nd Place: $150 3rd Place: $100 If you have any further questions or want to request a parade entry form, please contact Marcy Wilham Seltzer (217)-871-5375 or Also, to pre-register, contact Marcy with your ent information. Entry Information Includes... Name of Organization (Please Print) and Description of Entry (To Be Read During Parade). Send to Marcy Wilham Seitzer Alley- or by US mail: 605 E. DeKalb Street Mt. Pulaski, IL 62548. A pre-register number will be given to you for your place in line for the parade once registration is complete (Bring the completed form with you during parade line up). All others that register the day of parade will be assigned a number-behind pre-entry organizations. Riedle & Meeker Awarded Scholarships The Zonta Club of Lincoln recently awarded Women's Career Scholarships to Hannah Riedle, of Mount Pulaski, and Meg Meeker, of Hartsburg. Riedle, who received a $1,000 scholarship, plans to attend the University of Illinois at Champaign in the fall to study crop sciences, agriculture education, and agriculture communications. Meeker, who received a $500 scholarship, plans to attend Heartland Community College in - the fall. Add One In the wedding anniversary article for Tim & Julie Milner, their children should have read - Timothy (Mindy) Milner, Justin Milner, and Joel Milner - all of Springfield. Fall Festival Baking Contest Sat. Sept. 12 Sponsored by Salt Creek Attic, bakers may enter in each category; no limit to number of entries. Fruit pies judged on appearance, overall presentation, flavor, texture, and flakiness of crust. Cookies must be group of 6, judged on presentation, appearance, size uniformity, flavor, and texture. Cupcakes must be group of 6, judged on overall pre- sentation, appearance, flavor, texture, and moistness. First Place finishers in each category will receive a prize. Grand Champion will receive a cash award. All entries are to be brought to judging site in front of Salt Creek Attic by 9:lSAM Sat. Sept. 12. Judging begins at 9:30AM. Emily Oxby Pope will be helping with judging. Please plan to participate and join in the fun. Plumbing, Heating- Cooling Backhoe Service. Septic Systems IL LIC 058-147596 Johnson True Value Hardware & Gardens 423 S. Washington St. Mt. Pulaski 792-5911 www.facebook:com/johnsontruevalue Mon. - Fd. 7:30Am - 6Pro Sat. 7:30Am - 5Pro Sun. lOAm - 3Pm First Placed Jim and Sandy Bobell, of Elkhart, took first place at this year's chili cookoff held at the Logan County Fair- grounds. McCorm k Scan & Dylan McCormick "Your Car Guys" Scan 217-358-4008 Dylan 217-358-3633 Mt. Pulaski Phoenix Fire Department would like to thank the following donors for making this year's fireworks display possible.., Cross Bros. Fricke Calvert Sehrader Cannon Rentals Funeral Home Latham Fire Delmar Stewart Department Lawn Care Downing, Przykopanski, Cornland Fire Clements, and May Department Farmers Family Chestnut Fire Restaurant Department Ron Stewart Mowing The Conaway Handyman Lions Club Service Bank of Chestnut The Brickyard Pub Deron Powell and Grill Lake Fork Fertilizer Johnson True Value Inland Tool Salt Creek Attic Gerald Goodman Realty Voile Plumbing Heating Farmers Bank and Cooling of Mt. Pulaski Glenn & Dorothy Mason Becks Hybrids Ralph & Phyllis Beccue G-Mart Pizza Man A special thank you to everyone who donated towards the fireworks the night of the 4th. We couldn't do it without you!