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HEATING & COOLING BASSETT'S MECHANICAL INC. 313 S. Spring St. - Mt. Pulaski 24 HOUR SERVICE Plumbing - Installation, Replacement & Repair Residential - Commercial Heating - Air Conditioning Products Emergency Service Trained Technicians Sheet Metal Fabrication Preventative Maintenance Service All Makes & Models Indoor Air Quality Specialists Extended Service Agreements Equipment Retrofit & Replacement Extended Warranties on New Equipment TIP - PLUMBING We never realize how much of our every- day lives depends on the simple movement of water between points A and B. Our Services Include: New Construction Plumbing Whole House / Business Gas Test Water Leaks Bathroom Plumbing Kitchen Plumbing Slab Leaks Garbage Disposals Plumbing Fixtures Fixture Change Outs Water Heaters Tankless Water Heaters Drain and Sewer Cleaning Clogged Drains Sewer Line Repair and Replacement Gas & Water Line Repair and Installation Backflow Prevention Sewer Color Video Line Inspection Commercial Construction Rough In/Top Out Can you Keep this hoop roll- ing? Come to Courthouse during Fall Festi- val and try it and other vintage games.! Come to the Courthouse 9Am Saturday, during Fall Festival, to see a demonstration of Spinning, hopefully by Helen Fine. 500 S. Garden Street Mt. Pulaski, IL Storage Units -- 5xl0 10x10 10x20 Senior -- Veteran-- Military Discounts Space Available Owners m Marty & Carol Spear 15th Annual Kim Knauer Memoria[ Gotf Outing Outing will be Sunday September 10 at Oak Terrace Golf Resort at Pana. It is a 9Am shotgun start. All proceeds go to the Kim Knauer Memo- rial Scholarship. Anyone interested can call Kevin Knauer 217-792-3365 or Darrell 217- 792-5985. Logan County .Democrats To Meet September 14 The meeting is 6:30Pm Thursday, Sep- tember 14 at the Bonanza Restaurant in Lin- coln. All Logan County Democrats are wel- come to attend. Buffet dinner will be available at your owm cost. Logan County Democrats Raffle is now going on for a Weber grill in a copper color with charcoal and a meat package. Tickets are $1 or 6 tickets for $5. For more info: (217) 796-3519. Mt Pulaski Library Halloween Play: A Party At Witchy's House Grades K 4th This year 5~ Graders are invited to join the play as "The Witch's Chorus." The chorus will need to be dressed as a witch and sing one line to a song, but sing it throughout the play. Come and get a part, and learn about the play, on September 21:3:15 -- 4Pm. Practice: Thursday September 28 - October 5 -- October 12:3:15 -- 4Pm. October 19 is the last short practice after school; go home, and then retum to the Library at 6:30 to get ready for the play that is at 7Pm. Family and friends are invited for a spooky treat after the play. [cCormick lYlotors"'""':==eew 1136 W. Pershing Rd Decatur, IL 62526 Sean & Dylan McCormick "Your Car Guys" Sean 217-358-4oo8 seanyourcarguy@yahoo.corn Dylan 217-358-3633 Mt Pul.aski Courthouse Foundation 6 Hosting Christmas Tree Auction Saturday December 2 Individuals and businesses interested in decorating a tree for the auction contact Jamie Jones (309-370-7253 or jones83@frontier- Several tree sizes are available on first come first serve basis. Trees must be turned in, no later than November 4. If using your own tree, it must be 4-foot or smaller. = Auction proceeds will be used for resto- '* Go ration/repairs to the Courthouse as well as o sponsoring community events, to As always, the Foundation thanks you for o your continued support, q M' Pulaski Historical Society Raffle Historical Society is holding a raffle for a 1 -gallon crock with picture of the Mt. Pulaski courthouse on the front. The crock is hand thrown salt glaze pottery from Rowe Pottery and obtained through Salt Creek Attic. It is currently on display at the Mt. Pulaski Museum. Chances for the crock are $1 each or 6 for $5. They can be purchased at the museum Noon - 4Pm Thursday through Sat- urday. Contact any museum member or call Sue Schaffenacker at 792-5693. All proceeds will go to the maintaining the museum and keeping it open. BETSY ULRICH, D.D.S M.S. RICHARD SIKORA, D.D.S. SUGAR CREEK ORTHODONTICS, P.C. 200 S. Towanda Ave. 400 North Chicago St. Normal, IL 61761 Lincoln, IL 62656 (309) 452-7445 (217) 732-1073