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C ONAWAY St. John's Lutheran Church 2 HANDYMAN SERVICE LLC ,,The Little Church That Could" 5:30PM |-- Saturday Services Fully Insured >- Painting 10AM Small Repairs Other Handyman Jobs Larry L Conaway Jr 217-737-4133 615 S Sprin l St - Mt Pulaski Sunday Services 223 W. Cooke St. 792-5502 m o B Mt. Pulaski" LIc. #058 - 12 - 1!98 " ~ ~ Dave Bassett - John Wyss , Welcomed into Medical Profession in White Coat Ceremony Kyley Maxheimer, Class of 2018 be- gan training in August at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. Kyley par- ticipated in a "white coat ceremony" that welcomed her into the medical profession. During the ceremony in Carbondale, Ky- ley received her first white coat from the president of the School's Alumni Society, Dr. James Cunnar, a family medicine phy- sician in Naperville and a 1994 graduate. The School's Alumni Society provided the coats. Kyley also received a lapel pin that reads "Compassion, Respect and Integrity" from the SIU Foundation. Dr. J. Kevin Dorsey, Ph.D., dean and provost and a 1978 graduate of the School, welcomed all students, and Dr. Debra Klamen, associate dean for education and curriculum, read the Hippocratic Oath. The students were presented by Dr. Wes- ley Robinson-McNeese, associate profes- sor of internal medicine and medical hu- manities, executive assistant to the dean for diversity and a 1986 graduate. Dr. John Mellinger, professor and chair of the Division of General Surgery, gave the keynote speech. He received the School's 2013 Humanism in Medicine Award. Most of the students are from the south- ern two-thirds of the state, says Dr. Erik J. Constance, associate professor of internal medicine, associate dean for student affairs and admissions and a 1988 graduate. The class has 44 men and 28 women. The White Coat ceremony is designed to establish a "psychological contract for pro- fessionalism and empathy" in medicine and is held at most U.S. medical schools each fall. Kyley Maxhehner is the daughter of John and Erin Wyss of Mt. Pulaski and TJ. and Holly Surprenant of Washington. She is married to Erich Maxheimer of Chestnut. i ............. When the power goes out.., and it will... can depend on our Automatic Better Than Portables Parenting Seminar: Cooperation, Consequences, and Keeping Your Sanity On September 20 a parenting seminar will be held in the Family Life Center (114 North Lafayette) from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM. The seminar is entertaining; encourag- ing, and life changing. You will learn prac- tical ideas to help you address the hearts of your kids. Bring your family, as children through age 12 will learn how they can en- hance family life, too. Cost is $20 per adult with lunch provided. You may register on- line at biblicalparenting.org/register or call (217) 792-54i7. Old Farmer's Almanac is predicting a "super cold winter." Seeking Antique Tractors for Show Macon County Conservation District is seeking antique tractors for display during an Antique Tractor Show during the Fall Harvest Festival at Rock Springs Conser- vation Area 1-4pm Sunday October 26. There is no participation fee. If you are interested in showing a tractor or related piece of equipment, contact Brenna Karch- er at 217-423-7708. PRIMITIVES By Wool Barn... ...available at SaltCreek Attic Southwest Airlines is apologizing for "losing" an 85-year-old woman who was left alone for 11 hours at Newark airport.