Six drawing dates, Lincoln Youth Wrestling, Erich Maxheimer and
Jordyn Lindsey Hull make Close Up
By Mike Fak
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two dates for the last two drawings of the current Lucky 6
program have been announced. The January drawing will be at 6:30
p.m. on Friday, Jan. 15, at the K of C. The February drawing will be
at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 19, at the K of C.
Youth Wrestling results from the Springfield Capital Classic
wrestling tournament Dec. 13:
6 and under -- 1. Tony Gandolfi, 2.
Cade Tanner, 4. Kia Carvalho
7- and 8-year-olds -– 2. Tyler Werth and Nolan Yates, 3. Roux
Starr and Collin Cogdill, 4. Trevor Bree
9- and 10-year-olds -– 1. Jarrett Poole and Issac Dueringer, 2.
Austin Dennison, 4. Alex Bergin
11- and 12-year-olds -– 5. William Bergin
Erich Maxheimer, son of Mike and Suzie Maxheimer of
Chestnut and a member of Boy Scout Troop 122, has earned the rank of
Maxheimer is a senior at Mount Pulaski High School and an honor
student. He is a member of the baseball team, National Honor
Society, student council, WYSE, Science Olympiad, yearbook staff and
Spanish Club. He was chosen as the September Senior-of-the-Month at
Erich began his scouting career in Cub Scouts and became a member
of Boy Scout Troop 122 under the leadership of Greg Maus in 2003. He
was elected to the Order of the Arrow, a scouting honor society, by
his peers; has earned 24 merit badges; traveled twice to Cache Lake
in Canada; and went on two treks to Philmont Scout Ranch in New
Mexico, where he served as crew leader in 2009.
His Eagle Scout project was completed this summer and involved
the designing, planning and creating of a handicap parking area at
North Park in Mount Pulaski. This project was funded and supported
by the Mount Pulaski Park District. Support was also given by the
city of Mount Pulaski, Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home,
Contractors Ready Mix, Don Wilham, Tom Lowe and Norm Maxheimer.
After graduation, Erich plans to attend the University of
Illinois College of Engineering and be in the Air Force ROTC.
In recognition of Erich's achievements, a court of honor was held
on Saturday, Dec. 12, at the First Christian Church in Mount
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Principal Ed Jodlowski, Jordyn Hull and Bob Werner, executive vice
president of 1st State Bank of Mason City
The 1st State Bank of Mason City and Illini Central High School are
pleased to present Jordyn Lindsey Hull with the November
Student of the Month Award. For demonstrating outstanding character,
Jordyn receives a $50 savings bond from 1st State Bank and a
reference work appropriate to her course of study from the Illini
Central High School faculty.
Jordyn is the daughter of David and Annett Hull. Her classes this
year are Human Physiology, Spanish 4, AP Calculus, AP Chemistry, AP
Literature and Composition, PE, and Foods.
In addition, Jordyn keeps busy with several extracurricular
activities. She is a member of Spanish Club, Science Club,
Photography Club, Science Olympiad, National Honor Society, Future
Career/Community Leaders of America and student council. She was
also honored with the Principal’s Leadership Award.
Outside of school, Jordyn is a team leader in her youth group.
Jordyn plans to attend ICC and then transfer to Southern Illinois
University Carbondale, where she will study to become a
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