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Thank You From Matt 5outherlan Thank you to Elkhart Fertilizer for buying my steer at the Logan County Fair. I appreciate your support. It was hard crossing the Square in Lincoln during the Bal- loon Festival; too many participants cooking B-B-Q pork. Aroma was terrific. Times Photo School District Personnel Changes The School Board... Accepted Brooke Ciaccio's resignation as junior high assistant volleyball coach. Employed Linda Ladson as grade school cook at a salary of $9,557 per year for 2011-12 school year. Employed Kristin Rucks as special education teacher for 2011-12 school year. Did You Know - A 728 pound Arizona woman is aiming to make it to 1,610 pounds to become the heaviest woman of all time. She eats 20.000 calories a day, District School Board Briefs School buses for athletic trips to WilliamsviUe, Athens, Petersburg, and Greenview will pick up and drop off ath- letes in Elkhart. High school student atten- dance at the Lincoln Voca- tional Center must improve. After three absences students will be warned, and possibly returned to the full day sched- ule at the high school. School Board approved the withdrawal from the Sangamo Conference for Mt. Pulaski High School. Mr. Morgan will send the proper notification letter to the San- gamo Conference. The district will see a $163,000 reduction in state aid. School Board approved the resolution to raise the Driver Education Fee to $70. Woods Grant awards have been received for Mt. Pulaski High School - $13,491, and Mt. Pulaski Grade School $19,284. The funds will be used for "Smartboards" for classroom instruction. Heather Fricke was thanked for submitting and writing the grant applications. School Board approved the "Woods Grant" awards for Mt. Pulaski High School and Mt. Pulaski Grade School. At the Market Eleven & 1 This year's Fall Festival's parade theme is, "Life on the Hill". Line up begins at 11 behind the high school. Parade starts at 1. See schedule (front The Old Capitol Farmers Market (downtown Springfield) features pro- duce, baked good, and Rich Edwards of Mt. Pulaski. Rich (Edwards Produce) has been attending this market for eight years. Steve Hahn even took home a 2- pound tomato. Steve said it was great... that good Mt. Pulaski soil and Rich's page) for parade route. Contact Darin green thumb. with questions 217-828-1108. Steve Hahn Photo  Itl= / Paintiess Dent RepairEffective & Proven D__U=*'Ij Z . Method to Repair Hail Damage I  *''` " li;" f'' k No Body Filler-NONo RepaintSanding & High Quality & Permanent Results Original Finish Stays Intact Faster Repair Same-Day in Most Cases Lower Repair Costs Control Insurance Rates - Won't Increase Insurance Premiums 616 E. Jasper St. In the old B&D Body Shop (corner of 121 & Jasper) * Not valid with any other offer. Applies to claims over $2000 Present This Ad & $50 From Your Repair Will Be Donated to Your Local Boy Scout Troop 122 Plus - $t 00 Off - Not Valid With Other Offers Springfield Base Honored by Air Evac Lifeteam The Springfield Air Evac Lifeteam base has been selected as the company's 2011 Region 1 Commu- nity Service Base of the Year. The Community Service Base of the Year Award is presented to the base in the Air Evac Lifeteam system that has shown outstanding community service in its market area. "The Springfield base has always believed in the mission, values and goals of Air Evac Lifeteam," said Regional Director of Base Operations John Landis. Air Evac Lifeteam is a membership- supported air ambulance company that provides emergency care and rapid medical transport to rural communities throughout the central U.S. Photo - Front from left, are Base Pilot Supervisor Kurt Kennard, pilot Gary Price, pilot John Pedersen, flight nurse Deb Ertl, Base Clinical Lead Erm Crox- ton, Program Director Nikole Cain, and base mechanic Chris Rosso. Back row, from left, are pilot Josh DeGrave, flight paramedic Sarah Myers, and flight nurse Jack Owen. 10 Mt. Pulaski Times Sept. 3, 2011