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I to all of our supervisors, volunteers and especially our drivers for your work at this year's State Fair. This was one of our most successful fairs in memory and we appreciate all you did. A HUGE thank you goes to Jeff Clements (and his team at DPCM Ins.) and David Meister. For over 10 years they have been the main organizers of this event. They have put in thousands of hours, attended hundreds of meetings with State Fair personnel, and taken even more phone calls before, during, and after the fair. Without their efforts this large fundraising event would not have been possible. We are grateful for all you have done and appreciate your dedication to the Boosters and all the organiza- tions that profit from your work. 2011 State Fair Spay/Neuter Model Train Repair & The Humane Society of Logan County's .~>'~ ~mmmm[~l Trams a Success next spay/neuter transport to Animal ~~ Protective League of Springfield will be The Topper Boosters say thank you Monday, October 17. Call 217'737-4042 now to make arrange- Kevin Knauer has also provided numerous hours of help getting i additional volunteers and putting in numerous hours at the fair. Special thank you also to our ......... '~..~ .... corporate partners, Cross Brothersl ments for your dog or cat to be spayed or Display Cases Made neutered in October. All dogs except pit John Utterbaek - Hook, Line 8, Sinker bulls and pit bull mixes are $55. Pits are 301 S. Garden St. - Mt. Pulaski free. Male cats are $35 to neuter, female cats are $45 to spay, and feral cats are $25. 792-5658 All animals must have proof of a rabies "in this shop I can fix everything except the crack of dawn and a broken heart and shot, or one must be given at the time of make everything but a living." spay/neuter. Other services are available at 9.3-1o~ a reduced cost. 1 IL Soybean Association and Ag- Land FS, who without their help and equipment this would not be possible. This was the final year of our cur- rent contract to operate the trams at the State Fair. Conversations Wa~eta & Tom Stephens did quite well this year. Their sunflower just kept on growing, passing the 9-foot mark and actually offering a bit of shade on their patio. Times Photo Christmas in Branson with the thir are scheduled and a November 15, 16, & 17 committe~of intere'sted individuals from our community is meeting to Trip includes 3 days, 2 nights, 5 shows, discuss plans for the future opera- 6 me&Is, travel insurance, and bus fare tions of the trams. This has been provided by the Mt. Pulaski Christian a great event that has helped our Church bus. Cost to attend: Single $415, athletes, students, and community Double $350, Triple $325, and Quad organizations for over 30 years~ $315. Full payment is due by Friday, Once more information is known October 14. we will communicate as to our Call Teresa Montgomery at the future withthisevent. Church office for complete trip details Deron Powell and registration information 792-5417. President, Topper Booster Club d ,i Steve Hahn took this photo of a i missed and melted Tootsie Roll along the FalI Festival parade route. ''.,E Politicians are born honest... but they get over it. Mark Twain Oct. 1, 2011 Stay away from power lines and stay safe. Powell lasataace Agey Inc ~ee~,c~ Pc~w~l:. Ag~at Mt P~Aa#4i, :L82548 P, us. 2~7-792..'t37~ 7oiJ F~ee 87;;-?~2.3371 v~'w,t,,, d e! o~! pm'~,elt .~m V I'm your agent for that, i Having me as your agent means ! having a real person there to he p i you when you need it. So when accidents happen, you i~ave i, someone you can trust to get the i iob done right, and right awa:/, i Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there:" CALL FOR A QUOTE 24/7, Power lines can be deadly. Always took up and around you when working outdoors to avoid contact. And if you see a downed line, don'ttouch it_ Stay away and call Arneren, We're focused on keeping you safe around electricity, Get more safeW information at Mt. ILLINOIS Pulaski Times 7