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Schedule Your Home - Farm - Business Improvements... With... Ray Ryan-Fuiten Post 447, Mt Pulaski Chapter of the American Legion, has selected their new slate of officers for 2015-16. Pictured from left to right are... Loren Holmes (First Vice Commander), Joe Lucas (Chap- lain), Alan Roos (Historian), Stan Manes (Commander), Ken Buckles (Finance Officer/Treasurer), and Jason Benhart (Adjutant). New Construction - Additions - Remodels Repairs Kitchen & Bath Basements Decks & Porches Renovations Siding & Roofing Room Additions Windows & Doors from the d /bf Joe King General Contracting Experience Quality-Professional Service Home Town Commitment Competitive Prices Fully Insured - Bonded & Licensed License # 104 - 008527 Community Presentation on Scams Saturday Sept. 19 By Mike Lakin Mt. Pulaski Police Department is hosting the Illinois State Police for a presentation on the 19 at the Mt. Pulaski Chris- dan Church Family Life Center. The 2pro presentation includes identity theft, computer scares, and crimes against the elderly. The Illinois State Police instructors have experience work- ing on these scares and will present how individuals can avoid being victims. Examples will be given of the several scams that have vic- timized Illinois citizens. For information, contact the Christian Church 792-5417 or the Mt. Pulaski Police Department 792-5018. Thank You Another heartfelt "Thank You" to the business people, orga- nizations, and individuals who contributed to the Summer Food Program. We served 50 children with weekly food for the summer, as well as backpacks for the start of school. The Christian Church organized, and with others in the community, provided all the supplies to fill these backpacks! We are so blessed to live in such a caring community! Judy Knauer and Mary Brown Plumbing. Heating- Cooling Backhoe Service. Septic Systems IL LIC 058-147596 These Times By Mike Lakin Sometimes when three guys get together a new sub- ject comes up (a second big tree in town). And if one of them calls it a tulip tree they go with it. It wasn't. It was a burr oak. But we were right. It's really big. We now know - burr oaks grow to 80 to 90 feet, and some go to 170 feet and have trunks up to a diameter of 7 feet. The canopy of branches is almost as wide as the tree is tall. If you shout "look at me", people will look but don't expect a favorable assessment of what they see. Israel has downgraded Heinz ketchup, labeling it instead as "tomato seasoning." Betsy I D.D.S., M.S. Sug Discover the reasons our office has become a destination for quality orthodontic treatment in Central Illinois. Creating beautiful, healthy smiles for children and adults. 400 N. Chicago St. Uncoln 217"7 3 2" 107 3