Large crowd turns out for Mount Pulaski Street Festival

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[July 02, 2013]     Send a link to a friend

Pictures by Cady Lowery

Tom Martin from the Mount Pulaski Courthouse Foundation kicked off a fun-filled Friday evening at the Mount Pulaski Courthouse Foundation Street Festival and "Glowin' for Michael" 5K.

Tom Harms of Herrin Fertilizer and grandson Lance donate a check of $500 to the Mount Pulaski Courthouse Foundation.


Mount Pulaski Grade School third-grade teachers Mrs. Radtke and Mrs. Jones, along with the "Courthouse Kids," present the Mount Pulaski Courthouse Foundation with $13,284.89 in donations.

The "Courthouse Kids" and their parents on the steps of the Mount Pulaski Courthouse.
The now fourth-graders helped raise money from all over, even as far away as Germany.

Sarah Cooper, Tricia Aylesworth, Kelly Cowan and Jodi Deibert blow bubbles at the street festival Friday evening in Mount Pulaski.

Michael Stauffer (center) is surrounded by brother Thomas and parents Cynthia and Dave Stauffer before the "Glowin' for Michael" 5K.

Josh Rudolph blows bubbles to hang loose before he races the "Glowin' for Michael" 5K, which he won.


Volunteers help with a raffle before the race.

Dancers from Audra's School of Dance perform uptown on the square to a watchful crowd.


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