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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11 Modifieds, Pro Late Models, Hornets, Lightning Sprints Adult Admission $12. Ages 11'18 $7. Kids i 0 and Under Free. logan County Fairgrounds www. li ncol nspeedwayil, com SPECIAL PURCHASE Jigsaw & Sheet Sander Combo Kit Wtt~ supplies last. SAVE 33% B-Pc, Paint Tray Set K t33237B12 Cont'd From Front Page Jonathan and Sarah were can be so involved in con- familiar with Central Illinois versation that the ringing of before coming to Mt. Pulaski; the church bell is what ends he did his vicarage in Decatur a conversation and calls him while a seminarian. The Bue- to the pulpit. He has earned schers are getting to know high ratings for his sermons. the community. Jonathan When the time came for said this the first small town this photo, Jonathan and I either of them has lived in. headed for the parsonage. And he said that in an enthu- Sarah was very welcoming siastic way. and said the two youngest Jonathan and Sarah are were napping. Personally parents to James 5, Michael knowing the value Of a good 3, and Daniel 1. The family nap, youreditor suggested a enjoys bike rides, going to the photo of Jonathan, Sarah, and parks, and doing activities as James would serve the paper a family; what you'd call qual- well. ity family time. James was getting ready for Inside .information has it that major milestone, his first that Jonathan is a personable day in kindergarten at Zion. young man, spending time A bit shy with your editor, he talking with folks before and did nod that he was looking after church. Again, accord- forward to school. ing to inside information, he Welcome Pastor Jonathan to the community, you can meet him during the 7am 3-on-3 Fall Festival Basket- ball Toumament at Zion. SAVE 28% ......... YOUR CHOICE :. : Johnson True Value Hardware & Gardens 423 S. Washington St. Mr. Pulaski 792-5911 Mort.. Frl. 7:30Am - 6Pm Sat. 7:30Am - 5Pm Sun. lOAm - 3Pm 4-Pk. Soft White Halogen Bulbs Choose from 2~/, 43W, 53W or 72W E 154 881,858, 8~0, 862 B12 094 IH/mlW lO llr MA Sale m g/30/2015 12 Cont'd From Front Page School buses are picking up The committee was estab- students roughly 10 minutes lished to interview architec- early each day so that stu- tural firms that will do an dents who want to can par- analysis of the high school ticipate in the breakfast pro- building. The firms will be gram. The program is open to introduced at the September every student and the cost is school board meeting. It is $1.50 per student, expected that the commit- A proactive drug program tee will reduce the number is being introduced to juniors of architectural firms to and seniors with the help between three and five firms. of the Mount Pulaski Police The tentative budget hear- Department. ing is set for 7PM at the Sep- The volunteers that worked tember 21 board meeting. on the playground at the On the night of the school grade school were thanked board meeting, it was men- for the work that was done. tioned that 26 new students In addition to painting the had registered at the grade playground equipment, there school and only three out was also replacement of rail- of district transfers were road ties and work was done requested. For the new on the fence, school year, pre-K enrollment Phase 2 of the roof work was characterized as low on at the grade school was com- that date. pleted and was declared sat- The board hired the follow- isfactory, ing. . . It was mentioned thatBrent Grisham - District some ceiling tiles had fallen Wide Athletic Director at the high school and have Holly McGlothslin - High been replaced. School Special Ed Jennifer Phillips - MPGS ................................. Spec Ed .................. Claudia McEvers - Data : Assessment Coordinator David Helm - Dir. HS Drama Club Sara Helm - Asst. Dir. HS Drama Club On the votes, Board member John Stewart voted no on the Data Assessment dl Coordinator. German couple found a mes- Allen Schaal drove around the block to get this photo at sage in a bottle that was put in Johnson True Value. Allen didn't see the dog drive up and the ocean 108 years ago by an didn't have time to see him drive off. English researcher. i i i Sunday, September 13 - Serving 11 am- 2pm Resurrection Parish Hall - 5 & Anne Streets - Illiopolis Fried chicken, mashed potatoes & gravy, green beans, sliced tomatoes, cole slaw, applesauce, bread/butter, iced tea, coffee, and choice of homemade pie or cake for dessert Adults $9 Children 5-10 years $5 Children 4 & under dine free Carryouts - Drive thru alley off 4= St - exit on 5 St 1't Prize $500 Cash Drawing at 2pm Cash - 2 Prize $300 Cash - 3 Prize $250 Raffle tickets $1 each or 6 for $5