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UJJl IlIIIIIIBIILI Jl lLili!BiUl IJ'JLI! i11, l I Mlmllli  il]J 1 :IU I!1i111111 |Ul![!l!! Ilii ]!, I !1 fl!l!H JJILilill!!Nli Ill IIILIIBIIIIK] Tree Dedication Celebrated Mt. Pulaski Rotary Club's 75th Anniversary k The stone, marking the 75th anniversary of the Rotary, will be placed permanently at the base of the tree. 75th anniversary - and said - although he didn't expect to see it, he hopes Mt. Pulaski Rotary plants another tree in 75-years alongside this one. Rebecca Drake, President of Mt. Pulaski Rofary gave a brief history of the local Rotary and the projects it now works on that or both local and international. Jo Hilliard recited a poem On Oct. 22, the Mt. Pulaski Rotary dedicated a tree at the Mt. Pulaski Cemetery near the Veterans Memorial. The dedi- cation date coincided with the Rotary's first meeting in Mt. Pulaski on Oct. 22, 1936. Pastor Rachel Stockle of the United Methodist Church gave the invocation. Mr. Schettler congratulated Mt. Pulaski Rotary on its Special guest for the dedication was Rotary District Gover- nor, Ron Schettler, of Effingham. Rotarians - Rebecca Drake, Pat Przykopanski, Darrel Knauer, Jo Hilliard, Pastor Rachel Stoclde, Doug Johnson, Governor Ron Schettler, and Jim Brown. she found that Pat Przykopanski commented was very appropri- ate to the occasion. Think Like a Tree - By Karen I. Shragg Soak up the sun Affirm life's magic Be graceful in the wind Stand tall after a storm Feel refreshed after it rains Grow strong without notice Be prepared for each season Provide shelter to strangers Hang tough through a cold spell Emerge renewed at the first signs of spring Stay deeply rooted while reaching for the sky Be still long enough to hear your own leaves rustling. Rotary Intemational The world's first ser- vice club, the Rotary Club of Chicago, was formed February 23, 1905 by Paul P. Harris, to capture in a profes- sional club the same friendly spirit he had felt in the small towns of his youth. The Rotary name dedved from the early practice of rotating meetings among members' offices. In 1945, 49 Rotary club members served in 29 delegations to the UN Charter Con- ference. Rotary still actively participates in UN conferences by sending observers to major meetings and covering the United Nations in its publica- tions. "Few there are who do not recognize the good work which is done by Rotary clubs through- out the free world," former Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Great Bdtain once declared. Today, 1.2 million Rotadans belong to over 32,000 Rotary clubs in more than 200 countdes and geo- graphical areas. Never put off till tomorrow, K'  whot you con do the doy efter tomorrow. Mark Twain 0000Hild Brothers Construction & Remodeling Locally Owned / Fully Insured [ Kevin Hild 217-671-0200 Navel Oranges $25 Per Case Ruby Red Grapefruit $25 Per Case Mixed - 1/2 Oranges & 1/2 Grapefruits $25 Per Case To Order Ask Any Rotarian or Call Doug Johnson 792-591 1 Deadline for Orders is Nov. 21 Deliveries Will Be Dec. 9 - 10 Citrus Sales help the Rotary support following Projects... MPHS Student Scholarships World Polio Eradication Mt. Pulaski Library Summer Reading Mt. Pulaski Comunity Pride Mt. Pulaski Veterans Memorial Mt. Pulaski Rotary - Established 1936 REPORTS OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS MT. PULASKI LIBRARY DISTRICT FISCAL YEAR 7/1/20t0 - 6/3012011 Revenue Summary: Real Estate Taxes $99,845; Replacement Taxes $5,930; Inter- est $3,060; Miscellaneous $10,769 Total Receipts: $119,604 Expenditures Summary: Salaries under $25,000: Marilyn Howe, Lynn Lakin, Gini Bertoni, Kristen Lieving, Amy Dyer, Kelsey Griesheim, Dillon Huff, Jeff Dirks. Total Salades: $58,932 Expenditures more than $2,500: General: Ameren-Cilco $3,974; Baker & Taylor $11,625; Rolling Prairie Library System $2,675; Floodng America $10,818, Madlyn Howe (reimbursements) $3,052. All other General Disbursements under $2,500: $33,781 Total Disbursements: $124,857 Summary Statement Fund Balances 7/1/2010 $183,343 Recoipts: $119,694, Disburse- ments: $124,857, Fund Balances 6/30/2011 $178,090 Certification - I, Cindy Stoll, President of the Mt. Pulaski District Library Board, Logan, Macon, De Witt and Sangamon counties, so hereby certify that the above is a true copy of the Annual Treasurer's Report for the twelve month pedod ending June 30th, 2011. IS/Cindy Stoll President, Mt. Pulaski District Library Board Nov. 5, 2011 Mt. Pulaski Times 13