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MPGS Students of the Month Filling You r Health Care Needs ........ ........ .............. -s water, pure and simple. 6th Grade Emily Fidden 7th Grade Danielle Miller 8th Grade Miranda Hilliard Daughter of Mark and Jennifer Daughter of Carrie Miller Daughter of Jack and Jo Hilliard Fielden of Mt. Pulaski of Cornland of Mt. Pulaski Water Softeners Iron Filters Bottled Water Joel & Deanna Jacobs Eddie Combs 318 N. Chicago St. - Lincoln Thanks for Your Support Chestnut EMS would like to thank all those who have supported us this year and wish everyone a Happy and Safe Holiday! Did You Know - A copy of the first Superman comic book has sold for $2.16 Million. Deron Powell provided the don of what his new building will paper with a concept drawing of look like. Local architects Todd Cyrulik his office that will be built on the Deron said he wanted the and Jeff Haley helped with the South Side of the Square. Deron facade to be historical looking drawing. says it is a fairly close representa- picking up on courthouse. 6 P0wei! ~mace Agcy Inc De~n Powell. Agent !14 E Cooke Street Mt Pulaski. IL 62548 8us: 217-792-3371 Find us at our temporary/location, 123 S Lafayette, on the Southeast comer of the Square. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there.~ CALL ME TODAY. =!!i~ ~ ~ ~ii ~!~]~i~;!;~]~!;~i~!~!~i~i~!~i~i!~]i~i~i~!~i!i1i!i!i~i!i~i~iiiiiii!i~i~i~iiiii~i~!i!iii!~i~ ~ ~i~ ~iiiiiili ~ ~ii ~ ~ ~i!~!~;i~i;~;i;i!i!i!i~i~i~i;i;i;i!i;i;i~iiiiii~i!i~ii~;i!i!!!i!i!i~i!i~i!i~i;~1i~i;i~i~i;i;~!i~i;i!i;i~;i~zi~ii!ii~i!i ii~i i~!~i i~i B Thank You 'I would like to take the oppor- that I was able to re-locate to the have on its square. tunity to thank many people that square and for hiring a demolition To my team in the office and my have provided assistance since my contractor that was extraordi- family, a BIG thank you for your building collapsed on 10/31/11. First a big thank you to all my customers who have found us at our new location (123 S Lafayette) and have been patient with us during the transkion to our tem- porary location. Thank you to the first respond- ers (Fire, Police, EMS, EMA, etc.) who reacted so quickly to get us out of the office and make sure no other damage was done. This situ- ation could have been SO much worse and your quick response helped save lives and secure the situation. Thank you to our city leaders and the city employees who have worked extra hard to make sure nary and saved damage to other guidance, understanding and extra buildings on Cooke St. ..This hard work since the unexpected also includes Rick Voile and the happened. Farmers Bank who have worked If I have left anyone out, I with me and the city to make sure apologize and appreciate you as the square remains a viable and well! So many have stopped by historic location for business and or called and offered their help, visitors, including all my business neigh- To Don and Janet Maxheimer, bors on Cooke St. and Bill and Judy Cavestani, We WILL be back on the square thank you for allowing me to store at the same location, hopefully by my furniture and for allowing me Spring. We are excited to be a to get in a temporary location so part of this community for many quickly! more years to come in a new and Thank you to my architects, improved off~ce. Todd Cyrulik and Jeff Haley, both Deron Powell, Agent outstanding MPHS alumni, who Stafe Farm Insurance are helping me design a building that Mt. Pulaski will be proud to Nothing so needs reforming as other people's habits. Mark Twain Mt. Pulaski Times Did You Know - A study says that voters are fleeing both the Republican and Democratic parties ahead of the election. Congress has delayed a vote to ban insider trading for lawmakers. Dec. 17, 2011