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Corrections to the New "Recipes & Remembrances" Cookbook- on Page 37 - Title of recipe is "Spagetti Salad" not sauce. On Page 223 -Cran- berry Pecan Cookies add: 2/3 cup dried cranberries. MiUikin's PACE Program inducts Mike Saulsberry into honor society On Nov. 2, Millikin University inducted new members into the Phi Delta Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda, .a national honor society for adult students. The new inductees are all students in the Profes- sional Adult Comprehen- sive Education (PACE) program, Millikin Univer- sity's evening bachelor's degree program. In a candlelight cer- emony, the new members pledged to uphold the ideals and further the aims of Alpha Sigma Lambda. Chapter Councilor and Millikin University Honors Programs Direc- tor Dr. Cheryl Chamblin recognized the students for their academic achieve- ments and dedication to earning a degree while working, contributing to their communities, and raising families. Newly inducted members include Mike Saulsberry (Organizational Leader- ship) of Mt. Pulaski. Membership in Alpha Sigma Lambda is extended to the top 20th percentile of full-time adult stu- dents with a minimum of 24 hours taken through Millikin's undergraduate degree program and at least 12 credits in Liberal Arts/Sciences. Students must have a minimum of a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. Eight 5th Graders from Mt. Pulaski and Lincoln joined the MTI Eagles in the Des Moines West Side Classic Youth Football Tournament in Des Moines, Iowa Oct. 29-31. Steve Farris and John Mammen coached Seth Huff, Titus Cannon, Brett Marlin, Drw Bacon, Zac Lolling, and Dustin Reidle who joined 5~ Graders from Spring- field, Chatham, and Rochester as they took on all-star teams from Iowa. Bruins Begin Season The Mt. Pulaski Bruins 7th and 8th boys' basketball season began Tuesday November 2 with a road game against Sangamon Valley. The 7th grade team won the game by the score of 38-17. Leading the way for the Bruins was Brandon Huff with 18 points and 5 steals, and Brett Huff with 10 points and 4 assists. Will Stewart had 5 rebounds and 3 steals, and Dalton Litterly had 4 steals. In the 8th grade game the Bruins came away victorious by the score of 33-20. Michael Lowery led the way with 16 points and 4 steals. Michael Bruce had 6 points and Josh Davis had 6 points and 6 rebounds. November 4 the Bruins hosted the WLB Wolverines. The 7th grade team fell in a hard fought battle by the score of 20 -17. Brandon Huff tallied 7 points and Will Stewart had 6 points and 8 rebounds. Dustin Adams had 5 rebounds. The Bruins record stands at 1-1. In the 8th grade game the Bruins ran into an excel- lent WLB squad. The entire first half saw the Bruins play tenacious defense and demonstrate timely shooting to a halftime score of 17- 13 in favor of WLB. In the second half the Wolverines used some sti- fling defense to increase their lead throughout the 3rd quarter. The Bruins had many good looks at the basket, but couldn't quite knock them down. All in all the Bruins played extremely hard and are to be commended for their efforts. Michael Bruce led the way with 8 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 steals. Josh Davis had 6 points and 6 rebounds. Beau Collier finished with 6 points. The 8th grade Bruins record also stands at 1-1. In the second week of the season the Bruins traveled to Greenview Monday November 8 for a road contest with the Terriers. The 7th graders played a good game and won by the score of 45-13. The Bruins played stifling defense and used hot shooting to pull away easily in the 1st half. Brandon Huff ted the way with 18 points and 7 steals. Will Stewart had 10 points and 10 rebounds. Dustin Adams had 6 points and 4 steals. The 7th grade now posts a record of 2-1. In the 8th grade contest the Bruins were fast and furious all evening. Using an aggressive, physical defense and hot shooting the Bruins cruised to a 66-11 victory. The Bruins were led by Michael Lowery with 20 points and 5 steals. Beau Collier had 13 points and 5 steals, Blake Collier had I 1 points, and Michael Bruce had 10 points and 4 steals. Josh Davis finished with 8 points and 11 rebounds. The 8th grade now holds a record of 2-1. November 8 the Bruins were back in action, as they hosted the Heyworth HornetS. The 7th grad- ers found themselves playing a very solid 4-0 Hornets team. The Bruins fell in this contest 50-33. The 7th grade Bruins played to a 26-21 half- time deficit. Some hot shootingby Brandon Huff and Brett Huff kept the Bruins close to a very physical Hornet team. The second half saw the Heyworth squad puU away by getting steals out of their tough nhan defense. The Bruins were led by Brandon Huff with 14 points. Brett Huff had 8 points and 5 rebounds and Will Stewart tallied 8 points and 8 rebounds. The 7th grade Bruins record now stands at 2-2. In the 8th grade contest the Bruins came out with an aggressive defense to set the tempo in the game. With that outstanding defense and some great shooting the 'Bruins held a 15-10 advantage at the break. The second half saw the Hornets get hot from the outside and take the lead into the 4th quarter with a score of 25-22. From this point forward the game was back and forth with final score showing 29-27 in favor of the Hornets. The Bruins were led by Michael Lowery with 12 pointa Josh Davis had 10 points and 5 rebounds. The 8th grade Bruins record at this writing stands at 2-2. Mt. Pulaski Grade School Students Of the Month £!,i 6th Grade Alexis Byrne Daughter of Chad Byrne of Mt. Pulaski and Brandy Byrne of Mt. Pulaski. 7th Grade Morgan Hayes Daughter of Scott Hayes of Springfield and Melissa Hayes of Mt. Pulaski. 8th Grade Haley Vaughan Daughter of Eric and Patty Vaughan of Nit. Pulaski. November 16, 2010 Mt. Pulaski Times- 4 One Stop Shop at Christian Church Saturday, December 4, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. there wiI1 be a One Stop Christmas Shopping Party in the Mt. Pulaski Chris- tian Church basement. Vendors included are: creative Memo- ries, Miche Bags, Lia Sophia, Discovery Toys, Avon, Scentsy, Handmade jew- elry and soaps. If any vendor is inter- ested in joining us, contact Renee at 217.792.5401. We hope this encourages the town of Pulaski to come out and support all of its local independent sales persons. We are trying to •provide last minute shopping with ease! Pack the Gym Night Tuesday, October 26, Zion Lutheran School held "Pack the Gym Night" to honor it's 8th grade girl volleyball players. Eighth graders" honored that night were Shelby Young, Kelsey Wilham, Sammy Morris and Elizabeth Allen. He who takes whatever God sends a with smile has learned life's lesson. 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You can depend on our Guardian®Standby Generators for automatic back-up power • Fully Automatic • 2417 Protection • Permanent Better Than Portables Dave Bassett- John Wyss 105 E. Jefferson St, - Mt. Pulaski lic. #058-12-1898 / Insured. Qualitv Wodt- Free Estimates Shawn 414-5413 Fred 566-3427 Just in time for the holidays. Call 217-737-5661 or email Small Engine Repairs Lawn Mowers-Weed Eaters-Snow Blowers & more General Auto Maintenance Oil Changes-Brake and Belt/Hose Replacement Hours: Mon. & Fri. 9am - 4pm Tues. & Thurs. 6pm - 9pm 523 S. $prihg St. - Mt. Pulaski 21 7-414-2271 e-mail - Cesar & Rosa of the Chestnut Family Restaurant Invite you to join them for a Donations Only y, November 25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. For Turkey, Ham, Goose, Dressing, Potatoes, & Gravy Please bring a dish to pass. Reservations are suggested please call 796-3550 or 314-1193