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Hometown I'm your agent for that, Having me as ',,,our agent means having a real person there to help you when you ne, ed it. So when accidents happen, you have someone you can trust to get the job done rigl'~, and right away. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there." CALL FOR A QUOTE 24/7, Statewide Essay-Writing Contest The State Bank of Lincoln in each of the regions of the announces a scholarship com- state. An additional $500 wiU petition that enables Illinois be awarded to the high school high school seniors to enter a of the overall winner. statewide essay-writing con- The bank is working with test. It is all part of a program LincolnCommunity High sponsored by Illinois com- School,Mt. Pulaski High munity banks and the CBAI School,Hartsburg-Emden Foundation for Community High School, Olympia High Banking to increase public School, Clinton Community awareness of locally owned High School, Deland-Weldon banks and their contributions High School and Park Mead- to the community, ows Christian Academy to State Bank of Lincoln is invite seniors to submit short a member of the Commu- essays on the theme: How can nity Bankers Association of a community bank make a differ- Illinois (CBAI) that formed ence in a down economy? the Foundation in 1996. A Information on the contest scholarship in the amount of is available at the bank and $1,000 a year for up to four the schools;entries must years of higher education will be submittedto the bank be awarded to the author of by Thursday,January 26, the best essay submitted to the 2012. The bank then submits CBAI Foundation by a par- selected entries to the CBAI ticipating Illinois high school Foundation to be eligible for senior. Up to 12 additional the statewide competition. $1,000 awards are available Bake Sale - Fundraiser Nov. 19 & 20 the Chestnut EMS will have a Large Bake Sale, That's My Pan Fundraiser, and lunch - hot dogs & a drink (While supplies last!) at the Chest- nut Firehouse. During Christmas on Vinegar Hill hours. Commitment - Professional Service Sat. Nov. 19 the Ball Brothers will per- form at the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church Family Life Center. The performance is free at 7 p.m. A love offering will be taken. Or more information call 792-5417. 90th Birthday Sunday, November 27, an open house will be held at the Mr. Pulaski Christian Church Family Life Center, for Kenneth Kaesebier to celebrate his 90th Birthday. Friends and relatives are invited to stop by between 1 and 4 to help him celebrate. Casual dress and no gifts please. Honeybears Take Two from The Wildcats By Coach James Anderson At Springfield - The 6th grade Honey- bears (8 - 2) f'mished their season with a 20 - 5 win over the Springfield Christian Wildcats. Emilee Burge led all scores with 8 points. Shelby Bailey, Tosha Boyer, Ain- sley Chandler, Jade Stewart, and Emily Wakeman each made a basket. The 7th grade Honeybears (6 - 10) won their game 19- 17. With seconds left to go in regulation, Tosha Boyer made a basket to tie up the game and force it into overtime. She then went onto score 3 out of the 5 points in overtime to help her team win the game. Ashley Houser had 9 points, 7 rebounds, 3 steals, and 1 block. Skye Kretzinger had 2 points and 1 steal. Alexandra t3eckc~s had 1 point and 5 steals. Alex Bowles had 3 rebounds and 2 blocks. The 8th grade Honeybears (5 - 14) had a chance to tie up the game with 1.9 sec- onds, but Lilly Pickett's shot was just off the mark as the Honeybears lost 25 - 23. Lilly Pickett had 8 points, 11 rebounds, and 9 blocks. BreAnna Rentmeister had 6 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 steals. Elizabeth Siebert had 5 points, 5 rebounds, and 2 steals. Lauren Anderson had 2 points, 3 rebounds, and 2 steals. 6 Tax Roofing License 104-008527 Contractors License 105-004093 I.D. 37-1268243 -We Pay Uncle Sam Bond RLI 00557609 Lead Gertified - Fully Insured I Over 30 Years Experience Mt. Mt. Pulaski Grade School 1st Quarter Honor Roll 8th Grade 7m Grade 6th Grade ALL A'S ALL A'S ALL A'S HONORS Brian Batchelder, Eli Olson Corey Beccue, Devin Jones, HIGH HONORS Faith Doerr, Elizabeth Siebert, Zachary Drake, Olivia Letterle, Tiffany Stewart Elijah Griesheim, Peyton Taylor HIGH HONORS Madeline Moody, HIGH HONORS Morgan Hayes, Hailey Moore Bayley Holmes, Miranda Hilliard HONORS Emma Schoth, HONORS Alexis Byrne Brayden Trimmer Hannah Freer HONORABLE HONORS HONORABLE MENTION Tosha Boyer, MENTION Travis Benhart, Emily Fielden, Justice Caswell, Joshua Dyer, Abrielle Howard, Max Coppinger, Ashley Houser, Emily Wakeman Kaitlin Fairchild, Makenzie Lock, HONORABLE Brett Huff, Danielle Miller, MENTION Dalton Litterly, Madison Nixon Kaitlin Davis, Lilly Pickett, Jaden Elliott, BreAnna Rentmeister, Trevor Hayes, Brianna Stewart Darian Payne, Abbegail Phillips, Jordan Sanchez, Jade Stewart Pulaski Times Nov. 19, 2011