Trenton Trib-February 2012
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Thank you, advertisers! RANDY CONFLITTI Realtor-Associate (734) 671-1150 (B) (734) 771-5488 (C) email@example.com Page 6 The Trenton Trib February 2012 MORE NEWS ...Like “Trenton Trib” on Facebook and get local news updates and contest posts throughout the month! NEW! Café West Affordable Fresh Seafood & more in a Casual Atmosphere 2775 W. Jefferson at West Road Trenton, MI 48183 734-676-2233 www.cafewest.biz Early Diners Menu, 4-6 p.m. Entrees $8-$13 Voted Downriver’s Best Seafood! Open Mon-Sat at 4 p.m. ThinkThink Spring!Spring! Water’s Edge Golf CourseWater’sEdgeGolfCourse Gift Certificates AvailableGiftCertificatesAvailable Regular Option 10 $120 - 10 rounds plus 1 bonus round Regular Option 20 $240 - 20 rounds plus 2 bonus rounds Senior Option 10 $100 - 10 rounds plus 1 bonus round Senior Option 20 $200 - 20 rounds plus 2 bonus rounds Unlimited Golf Pass Single Pass $550 Couples $735 Note: Buy an Unlimited Golf Pass by Feb. 1 and receive a free 5-Round Cart Pass or Range Token 5-pack Watch for Great Deals! Weekend and Twilight! Golf and Dinner Specials! Water’s Edge Golf Club 25215 West River Road 2012 Golf Rates Option Passes 734-675-2364 job!” She encourages those who are interested in learning more to stop by the Westfield Center during business hours, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mondays through Fridays to pick up a copy of the monthly newsletter, “Senior Tid- ings,” and see what is going on for the month. You can also find brochures with Information for sen- ior living services in the area, and fliers for upcoming trips and classes. If you need a ride, that is no reason to miss the fun. “The Loop” transportation service is available to pick up Trenton Seniors free of charge and bring them to West- field on Mondays and Wednesdays to participate. The shuttle will make a “loop” around town with stops at the Westfield Center, Kennedy Recreation Center, the Li- brary and Trafford Square. Free shuttles to Meijer on Mondays and Southland mall on Wednesdays are also offered. The shuttle is free and serves Trenton seniors 60 years of age and over only. Many of the clubs and activities are open to residents outside of Trenton as well. The best way to find out which clubs and activities are for you is to stop in at the West- field and check it out. Soon, your grandchildren may be envious of your social life! If you have any experience with these programs that you would like to share, or if you have a favorite business in Trenton that is especially helpful to the thousands of senior citizens in the Downriver area, I’d love to hear about it! From Page 5 City offers wide range of programs and services for senior citizens 10th State of the City the first for new mayor The annual State of the City program will mark its 10th year this month. It will be the first time Mayor Kyle Stack has been the featured speaker. And since Stack is still relatively new to the job, the focus of her talk will likely center on her few months in office and some in- sights into some of her priorities for the coming months. The State of the City, scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Monday, Feb. 6, at West- field Center, will continue to traditions that have been part of the program for several years now. The event is sponsored jointly by Trenton Rotary and the Trenton Business Association, and each organization will again use the opportunity to present major community awards. The Rotary, a commu- nity service organization, will name its “Service Above Self” award winner. The award is created to recognize someone who exemplifies the organiza- tion’s service mantra. The TBA will honor its Business of the Year, which was chosen from among 10 nominees on the organiza- tion’s Face- book page last month. The honoree is Dan’s Bar- ber Shop. The other nomi- nees that will get recogni- tion at the luncheon are Aberdeen Skilled Nurs- ing, Alterations & Sew Much More, Martenson Funeral Homes, Mom’s Restaurant, Roundhouse BBQ, TV’s Deli Diner, Trenton Trib, Olds’ Flower Shop, West Grange Drugs. Rotary Club President Tom Dickman and TBA President Joe Hoshaw will team up to conduct the session, which is open to the public. The $10 admission cost includes a buffet luncheon, which will be served starting at 11:45 a.m. Advance registration is requested at (734) 676- 9561, Ext. 3, by Feb. 3. The event is expected to be recorded and broad- cast on the local cable television public access channel in the weeks fol- lowing the event. Mayor Kyle Stack