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Depending on your income, you could qualify for very substantial savings on your heating and air- conditioning upgrades to higher efficiency units... Boiler Rebate Furnace & AC Rebate Call us for an evaluation. : Wewill help you through the paperwork tO-potentially substantial on your utility bill. receive up to VI in "Bryant Bucks!" m Mt. Pulaski Lic. #058-12-1898 Dave Bassett - John Wyss Pork Chop Sandwich Sale Mt. Pulaski Women in Business will have a pork chop sandwich salel0:30am "until l:00pm Saturday Sep- tember 19 at Johnson's Food Center. This is a fundraiser for scholarships. MDA Carnival & Bake Sale Help send a child to summer camp from Noon to 4PM Saturday August 29 at Mt. Pulaski's Casey's General Store. Help Casey's exceed their goal of $4,700. All money raised stays in Central Illinois. Andremember - MDA kids look forward to their one-week camp every year. Fun includes a dunk tank, pie throwing, ring toss, duck pickup, bake sale, and craft sale. For really great fun put your local neighbors into the dunk tank drink... Featured will be... David Ogden, Andrew Neaville, Wanda Dumire, and Alexis Byme. Taking a pie in the pie throwing will be... Jim DeWitt, Sandy Mileham, and Zach Tremaine. Thank you so much for the help! School Immunizations Parents or legal guardians who object, for religious reasons, to their child being immunized for school entrance mhst submit a Certificate of Religious Exemp- tion, signed by a health care provider. The certificate also reflects the understanding that a child may be excluded from school in the case of a vac- cine-preventable disease outbreak or exposure. The cer- tificate must be submitted to their local school prior to "children entering kindergarten, sixth grade, and ninth grade. This new requirement will be in place beginning October 16. A form will soon be available on both the IDPH and the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) websites. 43 Years of Residential- Commercial Flooring Service to Central Illinois North Side of Square - Mt. Pulaski Monday - Friday 9AM to 4PM & By Appointment or Bonnie J. Thompson, the daughter of former Logan County State's Attorney Roger W. Thompson, releases her tell-all trilogy, Buried Truth, a unique true crime saga about one woman's undying perseverance in a lonely battle for truth and justice. In .lust Released Part Two: Preponderance of Evidence, Thompson returns to Lincoln to conduct further inves- tigation and unwittingly uncovers, what appears to be, a cover-up. Thompson approaches her father's two assistants from '76, and they willingly help in her investiga- tion. She also meets scientist Dr. Lawrence Farwell, the inventor of Brain Fingerprinting, and he becomes involved in her quest for truth. : Thompson and Farwell make contact with the former defense attorney and the mother of convicted triple murderer Michael Drabing, and Thompson makes arrangements to speak with Drabing at Menard Cor- rectional Center, Illinois' largest maximum-security prison. Read more of Thompson's unabridged trilogy as her story continues in soon to be relased Part Three: Plea for]ustice. Thompson's books are available through her website: and/or www. Mt: Pulaskm! 4 PP m b~ 0 m