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Chair Claimed.,. The Story Attention! By Mike Lakin The driver was so excited, that when All Mt. Pulaski Legion Auxiliary, SAL, The chair found on 54 between Lake she started to drive back to retrieve the and Members there will be a Soup Supper Fork and Cornland is. home with its chair, she backed into Carl's car. They at 6 p.m. before the December 7 meeting. owner. Carl Kopatz called me and said he exchanged insurance information and knew who owned the cCtair. The Kopatzs that's how Carl knew who lost the chair. Pick Up Red Books - were on the way to Springfield when they While all this transpired, came on the chair in the road. Up ahead Steve Hahn came along, found theYou can pick up your Red Book order was a car that looked like it was the one chair, and picked it up. So when the at the Mt. Pulaski Museum this Saturday. that dropped the chair. When he caught woman went back to get her chair it was If you cannot pick up your book this up to the car and stopped the driver, he gone. Steve said the chair is now home, Saturday, Call the Museum (792-3719) for confirmed they had in fact lost the chair, in Pleasant Plains. a time for pick up. Straight "A" Honor Roll: Seniors: Mark Foley, Allison Haley, Carly Powell, Grace Tierney Juniors: Rachel Allen, Sylvia Klumpp, Zackary Ladson, Alexa Meister, Tren- ton Trump Sophomores: Chun Yin Michael Ho, Jordan Luczaj, Jordan Taylor Freshmen: Elizabeth Allen, Julia Beccue, Margaret Olson, Haley Vaughan High Honor Roll: Seniors: Sarah Clayton, Alexandra Conley, Marlea Elias, Hillary Fielden, Kelsey Griesheim, Andrew Houser, Audrey Maske, Matthew Southerlan Mt Pulaski High School First Quarter Honor Roll Juniors: Jessica Awe, Josef Bosnyak, Tanner Clementz, Rachel Durchholz, Timothy Koehler, Elyse McCormick, Sophomores: Derek Bau- nach, Madison Haley, Cady Lowery Freshmen: Blake Collier, Angel Griffieth, Alecsandria Hayes, Andrew Moody, Samantha Morris, Nicholas Raineri Honors: Seniors: Ryan Amidon, Katey BoheU, Samantha Fan- ning, Madison Leinweber Juniors: Taylor Ander- son, Bowen Casper, Scott Clampet, Andrea Dickerson, Holly Elias, Allison Hickey, Darian Lovin, Jessica Raineri, Hannah Skaggs Sophomores: Marcus Hoock, Brady Thomas Freshmen: Matthew Amidon, Caroline Huff, Sydney Koehler, Michael Lowery, Whitney Nichols, Angel Reno, Hannah Riedle, Ashton Wakeman, Molly Wil- liams, Shelby Young Honorable Mention: Seniors: Whitney Clayton, Joel Davis, Alexander Deppe, Jeremy Henrichsmeyer, Tyler Hubal, Eryn Leever, Jacob Litterly, Kyle Lock, Taylor Lewe, Jonathan Oberreiter, Kyle Przykopanski, Taylor Schahl, Christopher Wernsing Juniors: Riley Allspach, Janson Cooper, Shanyn Gibbs, Edward Griesheim, Rebecca Henrichsmeyer, Breanna Howe, Cole Huff, Shawn Knauer, Efika Leever, Tyler Litterly, Schentel Maiers, Bryan McCawley, Alexandra Sanchez, Jacob Stoll Sophomores: Stephanie Bailey, Alexis Bowles, Madi- son Chandler, Zachary Fan- ning, SamueI Fielden, Kier- sten Meagher, Aaron Stewart, Emma Stewart, Maxwell Van Rheeden Freshmen: Christian Conley, Haley DeRi'ght, Justin Dunakey, Aaron Durchholz, Jacqueline Inselmann, Garrett Johnston, Claudia Knight, Samantha McCarty, Hayle McCawley, Kelsey Wilham ( l fi mu 6fit IbeU From The Mt. Pulaski Museum Courthouse Night Lights $17 Courthouse Tote Bags $8 175th Deck of Playing Cards $9 Cedar Log Cabin Banks $13 Wible 125 Year Book $25 Mt. Pulaski Blue History Book $58.70 NEW Red History Book $64.05 C[l ri tmea pzvial Blue Book and Red Book Set $112 Visit us on Vinegar Hill Day, Nov. 19th, s a.m. - 5 p.m. or call Sue at 792-5693. ANNUAL STATEMENT OF AFFAIRS SUMMARY FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 201t Copies of the detailed Annual Statement of Affairs for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2011, will be available for public inspection in the school district/joint agreement administrative office by December 1, 2011. IndivkJuals wanting to review this Annual Statement of Affairs should contact: MT. PULASKI CUD #23 119 N. GARDEN ST., MT. PULASKI, IL 62548 217-792-7222 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. MON.-FRI. Also by January 15, 2012 the detailed Annual Statement of Affairs for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2011, will be posted on the Illinois State Board of Education's website @ SUMMARY: The following is the Annual Statement of Affairs Summary that is required to be published by the school district/joint agreement for the past fiscal year. Statement Of Operations as of June 30.2011 Education Operations & Debt Service Tran~p~fon MunicipalCapital Working Cash Tort Fire Prevention Maintenance ~ ~ - * Retirement/ projects & Safety Social Security Local Sources 1000 3,218,950 558 512 139,5501 174.888 101,381 O 43.942 172,692 43.317 Flow Through Sources 2000 0 0 0' 0 0 0 0 0 0 State Sources 3000 803,433 0. 0 318.587 0 0 0 0 0 Federal Sources 4000 228.754 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL DIRECT RECEIPTS-REVENUES 4,251,137 558,512 139.550 493.475 101,381 0 43.942 172.692 43.317 TOTAL DIRECT DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES 4,279,992 468.601 137350 473,833 112,202 0 172,692 43.618 Other Sources/Uses of Funds 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Beginning Fund Balances-July 1 2010 705.827 173,011 13.514 28.615 299,381 0 165,283 0 121,485 Other Changes in Fund Balances 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ending Fund Balances - June 30. 2011 676,972 262,922 15,714 48,257 288,560 0 209.225 0 121.184 GROSS PAYMENT FOR CERTIFIED PERSONNEL Salary Range: Less Than $25,000 Sue Snelson,Phyltis Beccue,Nancy Cochran.Tom Cochran,Bonnie Davis,Bethany Dulle,Karen Edgecombe,Jason GilI,ChristineFutzpatrick,Jim Jumper.David Knapik,Bob Maske,Cheryl McCue,Kay Mullins,Mark Newhouse.Sheila Obrien,3im Peck,Jeffrey Pitts,Lod Przykopanski,Derek Rucker, KristinRucks,Roxane Rude,Tom Seggelke,Orville Shaffer, Don Sharp,Linda StolI,Bonnie Wachter.Darrel Wemsing Salary Range: $25,000-$39,999 Jean Beccue.Doug Nelson.Kendra Updegraff,Wyatt Waterkotte.Michaet West Salary Range: $40,000-$59,999 Brian Alexander.Ratph Allen,Karen AIIspach,Lynn Bock,Jennifer Bone.Brooke Ciaccic.Gale Clark Michele Clark,Ryan Deibert.Keri Elliot.Craig Edenbush,Denise Famam,Heather Fricke, Mincly Gross.David Helm.Jenna Kloba.Donna Koehler.Becky Kunken.Barbara Lindley, Barbara Maske,Shelley Mason,Kathleen Mi0er.Sheila Myers,Ann Oison,Sarah Phillips,Jena Read.Linda Sch0hng.Rob Siebert.Nancy Smith.Brandy Westen.Julie Wubben Salary Range: $60,000-$89,999 James Anderson,Sharon Cunningham Terri Dickson-Hnizdo,Donna Dulle,Sandy Elsasser.Brent Grisham,Chris Kidd,Sally Lisnek,Terry Morgan,Gene Newton.Nancy Olander, Mary Ann Radtke.Kathleen Tarrant,Pat Walsh.Debra Wilham Salary Range: $90,000 and over Phillip Shelton GROSS PAYMENT FOR NON-CERTIFIED PERSONNEL Salary Range: Less Than $25.000 Bill Anders,Kristie Anderson,Vicky Barry, Jason Beard.Anna Beckers.Dianne Birge.Tara Davis,Kyle DeWeese.Michel Emrick,Kada Griesheirn, Shelby Helton.Lindsey Horath,Linda Hulett.Deanna Jacobs,Verna Leach,Eric Leever.Angela Likins,Tom Madigan. Eric Maxheimer.Cathy Miller.Donna Morgan.Sam Nichols,Shelly Pearson.Betty Phillips,Zachary Raineri,Sue Reeter, Sandy Remmert, Karen Richert.Jacqueline Schutz,Jill Siebert,Cindy Stoll.Julie Stoll.Philip White Salary Range: $25,000-$39,999 Linda Blue,Tom Davis.Albert Reiterman Salary Range: $40,000-$59,999 Ed Pharis. Cathy Shull Payments Ag-Land FS 50.103 City of Mt. Pulaski 4.158 AmerenCilco 107.624 Curt Smith Sporting 2.556 Area Disposal Service5.403 Tom Day Business Machines 13.256 Atlanta National Bank 113 060 Dimond Bros Ins Agency 34.236 B & B Electric 22,704 Edline 5.196 Baby Fold 54,303 Farmers State Bank 24,290 Baurrlann & Associates 4,375 Frontier-Mt. Pulaski9.334 Bind6r Plumbing & Heating 18,391 Frontier Communications 6,395 Calhoun Mohawk FIoorz 15,223 Getz Fire Equip. 2.709 Central Supply 3,295 Graham & Hyde Architect 6.743 Nov. 5, 2011 over $2.500, excluding wages and salaries. Graue ChevrQlet 3,852 McGraw-Hilt Companies 5.373 Brian Hinds 412.721 Midland Paper Company 8.588 Houghton Mifflin 5,896 Miller. Hall, & Triggs 3.434 IASB 3.106 MJ Kellner 73, 726 . Interstate Brands 3.430 Prairie Farms Dairy 15.051 Jones & Sullivan 36.300 premier Agendas 3,531 Lawson Products 3,168 " " Quality Network Solutions 75,508 Lincoln High School 31.826 Regional Office of Education 3,909 Lincoln Elementary 16,502 Rentmeister Const, 4,135 Lincolnland Technical 17,6~4 Skyward 6,146 Mt. Pulaski Times Spectrum Janitorial 4.259 Stap4es 4.072 St. Mary's ~ealth 19.935 Triad Industrial Supply 4.324 Tri-Co Special Ed 99.689 Worker's Compensation 31.709 9