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Tom Stephens has been flying The Flag on his cars ever since 9/I 1. On this tenth anniversary year, Tom has no inten- tion of changing anything. How many flags has he flown? Tom hasn't kept track, but he has flown many. Before each flag is eventually replaced, he does a little "Betsy Ross" work on the flayed ends. When they can no longer serve, they are correctly retired. Times Photo The PASE (People Acting for Students and Education) Organi- zation of MPGS raises money in an effort to help provide teachers and students with needed sup- plies and resources to enhance the learning environment. The PASE board meets on a monthly basis and is continually looking for new members (parents, grand- parents, & community members) to help with ideas and activities to aid us in our efforts. The next PASE meeting is September 19, at 6Pm, in the grade school library. We welcome new faces! PASE participates in the Box Tops for Education Program (www.btfe.com) and Campbell's Did You Know - U.S. money is the second biggest revenue seurce for the Taliban. WiUard Remmert's Family gathered on the northwest corner of the square for Mt. Pulaski's Fall Festival Parade. It's been a tradition for over 30 years, occupying the same corner -for the parades. Four generations were repre- sented here on this day. Mick Cyrulik was kind enough to take this picture for us. Submitted by Rita Remmert NEWS from PASE Soup Label Collection to raise money for our school. Commu- nity members can participate by neatly trimming the labels and sending them into the school in plastic baggies. Alternatively, the labels can be pasted to collec- tion sheets which are available on the school website, PASE facebook page, and the school office. A monthly cupcake party is awarded to the grade level that brings in the most box tops and soup labels! PASE will again be coordinat- ing vendors at MPGS for the Saturday of Christmas on Vin- egar Hill. Over 55 vendors will be available along with the PASE Fall Festival Pie & Cupcake Phyllis Beccue and Jo Richner were extremely pleased with tables that held five fruit pies, four cream pies, and nine plates of cupcakes. All were entries in the pie & cupcake contest. Judy Cooper won two first-place awards in the pie division. One was for her apple pie with pecans and caramel and the other was for her coconut cream .pie. "Grand Champion Baker-Mt. Pulaski Fall Festival, 2011"award went to Kamryn Aylesworth for her chocolate cupcakes with cream cheese icing and Halloween-themed decora- tions. Her win was for presentation. Kamryn displayed her cupcakes on a fall leaves stoneware plate decorated to compliment what she called her camp- fire cupcakes. Betty Phillips won for Best Presenta- tion. Participants were... Fruit Pies - Janette Cooper, peach pecan; Mary Buckles, Blackberry; Betty Phillips, peach blackberry; Judy Cooper, You're invited to... Customer Appreciation Open House & Pet Health Fair Isplitter Veterinary Wellness Center Railsplitter Veterinary Wellness Center - 1120 Keokuk St. - Lincoln m Friday, September23rd Fro 4:00-8:00pm (lQ5:00-7:00pm Hotdogs & Drinks Q 6:00-6:30pm K9 police demonstration 6:45-7:00pm Pet Oxygen Mask presentation to local Fire & EMS =: * Door Prizes * Hospital Tours * Popcorn * Balloon Twister * Snow-Cones * Cotton Candy * Humane Society of Logan County adoptable pets available * Unused Medication & Sharps Disposal * Educational Pet Health Stations *Face painting * Professional Photographer available for pet and family pictures Check out our website for more details www.railsplittervet.com cookie walk and luncheon. Watch for more information about this great event in the November issue of the Times. You can stay up to date with PASE by visiting our webpage. Information about the BOX TOPS for education pro- gram, online shopping, Camp- bells' Soup Label Collection and meeting dates is available. Go to www.mtpulaski.kI2.il.us/mpgs and click on PASE on the left side of the screen. You can also friend "Mount Pulaski PASE" on facebook. Submitted by Heather Fricke PASE Secretary hifricke98@gmail.com Contest Winners apple with pecan & caramels; and Judy Coogan, apple. Cream Pies - Janette Cooper, coco- nut cream; Betty Phillips, butterscotch; Judy Cooper, coconut cream; and Joyce Coogan, coconut cream. Cup Cakes - Lynda Klumpp, carrot date with cream cheese icing; Tara Davis, chocolate pumpkin with cream cheese frosting; Joyce Coogan, pumpkin; Renee martin, pineapple with cream cheese whipped topping; Amy Phillips, pumpkin spice with cream cheese frosting; Lacey Koke & Haley Hild, berry ooey gooey; Kamryn Aylesworth, chocolate; and Shauna Moore, chocolate butter cream. Named to Dean's List Megan Volle, of Mt Pulaski was named to the dean's'list at Millikin Uni- versity for spring 2011. She is a student in the College of Arts & Sciences. (00Hild Brothers Construct/on & Remodeling Locally Owned / Fully Insured [ I Kevin Hild 217-671-0200 Sept. 1"7, 2011 Mt. Pulaski Times 5