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13 Over 60 Vendors PASE (People Acting for Students and Education) is hosting over 60 vendors at Mount Pulaski Grade School November 21 for Saturday, Christmas on Vinegar Hill. In " addition, PASE will be having a cookie walk in the cafeteria beginning at 8am. Tantalize your taste buds by filling a plate full of homemade good- ies/cookies of your choosing which you purchase by the weight of the plate. Also, lunch will be served in the cafeteria featuring walking m tacos, sloppy Joes, hot dogs, and more! Stop by MPGS to get some goodies, enjoy some lunch, and check the names off of your holiday shopping list from 8am until 5pm. All proceeds from the cookie walk and luncheon get gen- erated directly back to our students for classroom needs and goals. Thanks again for your continued support of the MPGS students! PASE is continually look- ing for new members. If you are a parent or community member who would like to directly and positively impact the learning environment of : students at MPGS, we wel. come you to attend our meet- ings that occur on the second : Monday each month at 7pm in MPGS library, Submitted by- Heather Fricke, PASE Co-chair r MPTHS Bake Sale The Mt. Pulaski Township Historical Society is having their annual Christmas Market (including bake sale) on Vinegar Hill, Saturday November 21. Donations of baked goods and candy are needed. If you would like to help, you can bring your baked goods to the museum Friday, November 20 between noon and 4 p.m. or Saturday, November 21 by 8 a.m. Any questions, please call Sue at 792-5693 or email sueeddie @ frontier.com. AU your support is appreciated. All proceeds go to the up- keep of the museum. OUR WEATHER 2015 - The official National Weather Service rainfall for the Mt. Pulaski Observation Location for September was a total of 3.85". By Day - Rain 9:-09 1.60 9-11 0.49 9q2 0.04 9-13 0,05 TOTAL 3.85" 9-18 0.03 9'19 1.62 9-30 0.02 Rumbles of thunder Sep- tember 6; 10' and 19. FOR 20"15-~ total moisture to i date is 28.66". Snowfall was 23.8" through March. FOR ~4- total moisture was 44, Snowfall was 40.6 FOR 2013 ~ total moisture was 28,17". Snowfall was 24". : Split - Seasoned - Delivered - $75 Per Face Cord 217-871-0200 The Mt. Pulaski Library's May be viewed at the Library,320 N. Washington St. Monday Through Saturday During Library Hours FREE T-Shirts for All Donors Mt. Pulaski High School hosts Community Blood Drive 8am to 3pm Friday, November 6 in the Old Gym. To donate, please contact the Community Blood Center at (217) 241-7550 or visit www.bloodcenterimpact.org and use code 60076 to locate the drive. Donor Eligibility Criteria: Potential donors must be at least 17 years of age (16 with parental permission form available through www.bloodcenter.org) and weigh more than 110 pounds. A photo I.D. or CICBC Donor Card is required to donate. For questions about eligibility, please call the Central Illinois Community Blood Center at (800) 747-5401. Donors who last gave blood on or before 9/11/15 are eligible to give at this drive. Mt Pulaski Community Christmas Cantata Seeks Singers Rehearsals for the Community Christmas Cantata begin at 6 to 7pm Sunday November 8 at Mt Pulaski Method- ist Church. Music and CDs will be distributed at Sunday's rehearsal. Performance is 2pm Sunday December 20 at the Mt Pulaski Christian Church. Claus Tanner - Director- invites all singers from the area to participate. More information may be obtained by contacting Claus Tanner - 217-792-5477. Mt Pulaski Police Report If Police Chief Lynn Freer knows that your driving privi- leges have been suspended, it is best that you not drive by him in your car. After the traffic stop, the driver read- ily admitted he knew that he was aware that he was suspended. Arrested, he was taken to the county jail. The driving record shows that the suspension started Novem- ber 1, 2013 and on Septem- ber 21, 2014 he was arrested for driving on that suspen- sion. Being a continuing sus- pension, this arrest will be added to the record. Ofc. Doug McCarmey knew the driver of the car and knew the driver had a license that has been expired for over two years due to owing fines and the State of Illinois not renewing the license until those fines are paid. During the traffic stop the driver did have proof of cur- rent insurance for the vehicle and admitted to not only not having a license but also to having been arrested for this in the recent past. So this arrest and trip to the county jail came as no surprise. Ofc. Doug McCartney con- tinued to meet people that he knew during traffic stops. This time the license plate on the vehicle was expired and that coincided with the driver being currently suspended. The driver said she was pretty sure that the problems with the driver's license had been taken care of. The problems weren't. Upping the ante, the driver provided an insurance card that had been expired for five months. Double-check- ing the insurance card, the insurance company reported the policy had expired and had been canceled. There was an arrest. There was that trip to the county jail. Ofc. Doug McCartney con- ducted a traffic stop after wit- nessing the vehicle run up onto the curb while attempt- ing to make a turn at the comer of Vine in Jefferson. Wafting from inside the vehi- de was the odor of alcohol that led to some questions. Some revolved around the half full and cold to the touch beer can in the drivers seat. A passenger in the vehicle stated that the beer was actu- ally his and he received the winning city ordinance viola- tion notice for illegal posses- sion of alcohol. No trip to the county jail this time around, the driver passed the field sobriety test. So the run up on the curb was just chalked up to poor driving. Police Chief Lynn Freer routinely ran a vehicle reg- istration through the Secre- tary of State on September 9, 2015 and found that the driver of the car had been suspended on September 5, 2015. Besides the four-day- old suspension, the driver did not have "insurance for the vehide. Another arrest, another trip to the county jail. Ofc. Doug McCarmey took a report that a child's bicycle had been stolen. After receiv- ' ing the description of the bicycle, Ofc McCarmey was able to reunite bicycle and owner - the bike having just been found that morning by a : Mount Pulaski resident. Join The Andersons! The Andersons, Inc. has a Cob Mill Worker opening at the Plant Nutrient facility in Mt. Pulaski, IL. The incumbent is accountable for operating mobile equipment, performing housekeeping and preventive maintenance, and hauling cobs. Also, the incumbent is accountable for the bagging and warehousing of prod- ucts produced on assigned shift to ensure proper mate- rial movement and storage. Job Qualifications Education: High School diploma or GED equivalent Experience: Agriculture knowledge &/or warehous- ing experience is highly desirable Working Conditions: The incumbent in this posi- tion must handle 50 to 100 Ibs. Exposure to noise, dust, cold, heat, and dirt is continual. The hazards normally associated with machinery operation are present. ll iillliJ///i il/! New Construction - Repairs Basements Renovations Room Additions Kitchen & Bath Decks & Porches Siding & Roofing Windows & Doors Schedule Your Home - Farm - Business Improvements with Ray Over 39 Years Experience General (7ontracting Professional Service. Home Town Commitment Fully Insured. Bonded O Licensed uo,n.. 104- 008527 Ray Inman 454-3090