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Editor's Notebook By Mike Lakin the bus returns with only very hard to show accu- Kristi Anderson sub- one student on board,rate revenue figures when A petition submitted by establishing the district's mitted a letter of resigna- tion to the School Board Steve Hayes was set for budget. as the high school cheer- next month's agenda. The school district's leading sponsor. Kath- School Board President health insurance renewal leen Ellison replaced her Doug Martin read a with Health Alliance as the'high school cheer- letter from Steve Hayes included a 5% increase. leading sponsor, regarding student athletes The district pays $435 The School Board has riding the bus to and from towards the premium of a special meeting at 7Pro games. The school board each employee. Monday October 3 to dis- discussed the issue of A new law passed in cuss the superintendent students riding the bus to July increased the cost search, and from extra-curricular of liability insurance for Tina Johansson activities. No action was the school bus contrac- attended the School taken. This will be an tor. The School Board Board Meeting. She dis- agenda item for October. voted to pay 50% of the cussed student athletes' Cathy Shull was com- $6,500 liability insurance mended for her extra increase for the 2011- bus transportation to I and from games. Whilework and attention to2012 bus contract and to athletes have been riding detail in finalizing the pay $3,250 of that liabil- school district budget, ity insurance cost for the the buses to the games, they have not been riding It was noted delinquent 2012 - 2013 bus contract. the buses home. At times, state payments make it Blood Drive Classic Cars Lincoln Kiwanis is sponsoring a blood drive at Lincoln Masonic Center, 2022 North Kickapoo on Monday, Octo- ber 3 from Noon to 6. Walk-ins are welcome and truly appreciated. Displayed at Vonderlieth Living Center Garden Party Times Photos il Summer's over, : : ; according to Steve What kind of car was it? Hahn, when you not just one Hudson - there start finding cicada This was just a sampling of shells, perfect Sunday afternoon. - A Hudson Commodore. And were two. A rare treat in deed. the cars that were displayed on a 4-tott .hots "p iatoO ,aph t5 62. # t 2 7-87.,809l Did You Know - A study says that A study says that cell Medical expenses since 1983 80% of all phone users in thecaused 62% of wealth gain has gone 18-24 year old agepersonal bankruptcies to the rich. group average 110 text in 2007. messages a day. The three worst states for business are California, New York and Illinois. On Your U ique MQn y Management Needs Do You Know Who You Can Trust? It's a hard choice in today's financial marketplace. With so many banks and other financial companies trying to get your business, it's hard to know who really has your best interest at heart. What's the solution? Placing your trust in A Real Community Bank solves that problem. Because only banks qualified to display this banking seal of approval are dedicated to hometown values and hometown commitment. As A Real Community Bank, we're committed to the community where we live and work. Committed to making all our decisions locally and remaining focused on the needs of our customers and community. Come visit and tell us how we can serve you. 130 S. Washington St. - Mt Pulaski f FARMERS eme B A N K www.farm-bank.com Oct. 1, 2011 Mt. Pulaski Times 3