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MT. PULASKI TIMES DEADLINE for articles is Friday OCt. t for Oct, 5 Issue. Articles submitted at deadline may be held over due to space available. 2000 Class Reunion MPHS Class of 2000 Reunion 6Pro Sat., October 16 at Chesapeake Seafood House, Springfield RSVP for the event is required by September 25 to Katie (Maske) Florczyk at kmae_81@hotmail.com or tO Leighann (Den- nison) Remmert at curleigh2 @hotmail.com. For upcoming details about the evening, check the MPHS Class of 2000 Facebook page. Lady Toppers Volley for the Cure In efforts to raise awareness and fight to find a cure, Mr. Pulaski's Volleyball team is dedicating one home volleyball match to promote breast cancer education, awareness and fundraising All proceeds will sup- port this nationwide cam- paign that benefits the Susan G: Komen Founda- tion~. This event Will be held on Thursday, September 23 against Hartem. The followin~ activities will begin a 5Pro that evening: FCCLA members will be serving a BBQ dinner in the cafeteria. Raffle Cake Walk Balloon Bust Bossy Bingo Money Scramble (in-between games) The Coaches will also be having a compet ion. Both Donna Dulle and Jennifer Hayes will be competing to see which team raises the most money, as in donations, and money spent through- out the night. The team that raises the most money will win. The coach that loses will have to wear the opposing team's shirt the next day at school. Survivors of breast and other cancers will be rec- ognized between games, so we encourage them to attend. Game time is 6. We hope to see you there! "It's old news, but there's nothing else wrong with ity Mark Twain Published Twice A Month- 24 Issues AYear Sept. 21, 2010 Mt. Pulaski Fall Festival Parade Grand Marshals. have dedicated many years to local scouting. Times Photo Greg and Pare Erlenbush-Maus Mr. Paul Moody and his son Andrew, present MPGS Principal Gene Newton with an Epson EX21 LCD projector. The Moody Family won the-2olo Spring Drawing sponsored by the Bright Start College Savings Program. They won a $500 Bright Start College Savings contribution in addition to the projector. MPGS would like to thank the Moody family for generously donating the projector that will positively impact the learning environment for many students. Submitted by - Heather Fricke - Technology Coordinator Mt. Pulaski Unit District #z3 News from Mt. Pulaski Grade School PASE School is backin full swing at MPGS and PASE (People Acting for Students and Education) is sponsoring a school supply drive to help students and teachers acquire the items needed to make teaching and learning effective in the classroom Items most needed this month include registry has been created at Wal-Mart granola bars and juice boxes. Many chil- (accessible on-line also) listing the dren are coming to school on an empty needed items under First Name: Mount stomach and end up in the nurse's office, Pulaski, Last Name: Grade School. Drop missing out on important class time. off locations include The Farmers Bank Items that continuously need replen- of Mt. Pulaski, Mt. Pulaski Christian ished include watercolor paintbrushes, Church, St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic erasers, pencils, crayons, markers, Church of Mr. Pulaski, Mr. Pulaski Ele- transparent tape, sanitizing wipes, hand mentary, Elkhart Christian Church, and sanitizer, and facial issues. Many retail- St. Patrick's Catholic Church of Elkhart. ers have items on clearance at this time and any donations from any retailer Continued onPage3 would be greatly appreciated. Also, a 125 m o O One More Time -Ordering Memory Bricks When the memory bricks Were sold for around the Mt. Pulaski Bandstand, there were some blank bricks. Orders are now being taken for printed bricks. If you missed out, the single bricks cost $45. Call Judy Cavestani now at 792-3286. Forms also available at Mt. Pulaski Library. Household Electronics Recycling Collection The collection will be held Saturday, October 2 from 9Am till noon at the Logan County Fairgrounds The Logan County accepted,: 1) Computer Joint Solid Waste Agency Equipment including lap is pleased to announce and desktop personal a new partnership with computers, hard drives, Vintage Tech Recyclers,monitors, keyboards, Inc. to collect and dispose printers, scanners, CD- of electronic equipment. ROM/DVD/ZIP/Tape Vintage Tech Recyclers,Drives and cords/cables: z) Inc is located in Rome-Entertainment Equipment oville and provides including: TVs, radios, electronic recycling that stereos & game systems, meets both the envi- VCR/DVD/CD players and ronmental and security camera equipment; and 3) standards of the industry. Small Business Equipment The disposal of personal including: phones, pagers, computers and other copiers, faxmachines, :onsumer electronics has typewriters,calculators become problematic for and personalorganizers. both individual house- Small household appli- holdsand businesses, ances such as humidifiers, Also known as e-waste, microwaves, food proces- computers and other con- sors and other countertop sumer electronics are the items will no longer be fastest growing portion of accepted. the waste stream, raising Computer and other environmental concerns electronic equipment can over the sheer volume and contain significant quan- potential toxicity, tities.ofhazardous materi- In response, the Logan such as lead, mercury, County Joint Solid Waste cadmium, chromium, Agency will sponsor a lithium, nickel and zinc. Household Electronics The potential exists for Recycling Collection for serious health and envi- Logan County residents, ronmental consequences The collection will be if electronic equipment is held Saturday, October 2, not properly handled and 2olo from 9Am till noon disposed of. LoganCounty at the Logan County Fair- residents are encouraged grounds. Recyclers should to take advantage of this enter the fairgrounds opportunity to properly using the Main Gate dispose ofobsoleteor non- (Postville Drive) entrance, working electronic items. A $5 fee per household If you have questions will be collected at the regarding the Household time of disposal to assist Electronic Recycling Col- in covering expenses for lection, contact Mitzi the collection. Area busi- Rohlfs, Logan County nesses should contact Joint Solid Waste Agency the Logan County Joint Coordinator, at 73a-9636 Solid Waste Agency for or visit the agency's web- additional information on site at www.co.logarLil.us the commercial recycling - select Joint Solid Waste. programs of Vintage Tech Submitted by - Recyclers, Inc. Mitzi Rohlfs, The following work- Coordinator mg and non-working , Logan County Joint electronic items will be Solid Waste Agency