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Reading is fun during spring vacation for these Fowlerville boys These Fowlerville area boys â€œlike to readâ€? and one of their favorite places to visit is the district library. So, last week during their spring vacation from school, the two of them and their mother came in to return a couple of books along with some movies and check out some new ones. Shown here, from left, are six-year-old Keegan Roberts and nine-year-old Landon Roberts. They are the sons of Jennifer and David Roberts. Keegan said his favorite books are the â€œBob the Builderâ€? series, while Landon enjoys the â€˜Magic Tree Houseâ€? stories. They said that they got to play outside â€œa littleâ€? last week, but otherwise read the books and watched the movies.
â€œScouting for Foodâ€? holding drive
The Local Boy Scout Troops and Cub Scout Packs of Fowlerville and Webberville are teaming up to collect nonperishable foods to be donated to the Fowlerville Family Impact Center and the Webberville Food Bank. The Scouts will also be collecting returnable bottles and cans to beneÂżt the participating troops and packs. Scouts are delivering door hangers with information on April 21 along their designated pick-up routes within the
village limits of Fowlerville and Webberville. Scouts will be going door-to-door along those routes collecting your donations on April 26. If you do not receive a Ă€yer you can still participate by dropping off your donation on April 26 between 10:00am and 2:00pm at the Family Impact Center in Fowlerville or the high school parking lot in Webberville. If you have any questions or if none of these options work for you please call to arrange a pick up; In Fowlerville call Doug Fosler 5170-152 in Webberville call Don 0ayle at 517 7-151.
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Fowlerville Police Chief Thomas Couling was given the honor of pinning the new badge on the uniform of Johnnie J. Tyler, Jr. who was named the new sergeant of the department.
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I no longer ask for trivial things Prayers now are for less suffering Sometimesâ€Ś my heart sings Other timesâ€ŚI canâ€™t feel anything Yet I know youâ€™re there, know that I care
Fowlerville News & Views – Sunday, April 20, 2014 – Page 3 Almost every time we touch nature we have options as to how we affect it. 7he Department of 1atural Resources, the agricultural departments of public schools and universities, all are sources of current information on how to better live with the environment instead of trying to defeat it. With luck and concern and knowledge working for us, we may never again need to face the possibility of a ‘silent spring’.
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Earth Day Thoughts As we approach Earth Day I remember Rachel Carson’s book entitled Silent Spring which we read as high school students. As a result I began taking a new interest in birds. Her frightening prediction about chemicals used for insect control could eventually eliminate the birds, which probably had a strong effect on more recent spray legislation. 0y interest in birds speci¿cally, shifted to ecology in general when ¿fty or si[ty years ago, some bird numbers did decrease. 3ollutants seemed to be ¿nding their way into the air and water and of course, into the birds and ¿shes. 3ublic opinion began to demand reforms and the resulting legislation had ¿nally begun to really help restore much of our air and water to a condition a bit nearer to it’s former quality. But with a greater population using the wild parts of our world, it is more and more important that the population do the little things that maintain natural balances. Green belt areas instead of cleared shorelines, grounds left natural instead of covered by lawns, martin houses instead of mosquito spray, maintained areas for ¿sh spawning and the planting of wild bird and animal foods are a few of the little things our population can do. Springtime is the time to begin. As we go into the great outdoors this spring and prepare to enjoy our natural environment we make almost daily choices as to how we deal with our surroundings. I recently visited a lake that has become built up to a great e[tent. 7he property owners on that lake had recogni]ed the need to curtail some of the practices that had ruined many of 0ichigan’s waterways. 7hey bought up a swamp across the road from the lake which was gradually being ¿lled and built on. Instead, they opened two channels and built a virtual nursery for the lake’s pike population. And instead of intense bug spraying operations along the populous shorelines, numerous tall poles supporting martin houses can be seen. Eighty miles across the state, the developer of a northern area had subdivided only twenty percent of the property for possible building. 7he remaining eighty percent was left alone or even partly planted with wild food so that these areas would continue to support the animals and birds of the region. 7he lakes there were sprayed for weeds but not with chemicals. /akes are now controlled by over fertili]ing the vegetation so that the plants simply outrace their normal growing ability and succumb. In every one of our gardens we now have the choice of chemical or organic fertili]ation, and more and more of us seem to be choosing the latter. Electric bug ]appers are replacing the bug sprays once so commonly used in our gardens and patios. We have choices and we are making more of the right ones.
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Upcoming Programs at the Fowlerville District Library Follow us on Facebook & www.fowlervillelibrary.org. Registration usually opens 2 weeks prior to the event unless otherwise noted. *** Watch for the 2014 Summer Newsletter coming to your mailbox soon! We have tons of fun, educational, and cultural events planned for everyone this summer! *** Downton Abbey Tea: Thursday, April 24th 7:00 Adults. Join us for a 2014 Livingston Reads program. Watch the Âżrst episode of 'oZnton $EEey, play games, have tea,
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Michael S. Everton Michael S. Everton, age 73 of Howell, passed away at his home on Monday, March 31, 2014. He was born in Detroit on July 29, 1940 and has been a Howell area resident since 1979. A graduate of Walsh College, Mike was the proud owner of Evertonâ€™s Income Tax and Bookkeeping Services in Fowlerville and former owner of Valâ€™s Pizzeria. He was very active in the community and was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Fowlerville Band Boosters, Junior Achievement and the Fowlerville Rotary. Mike was also a member of the Fowlerville School Board and was an Exalted Ruler of the Howell Elks Lodge No. 2168 B.P.O.E. Loving son of Jeannette Duncan of Brighton. Loving father of Lisa Everton of South Lyon and Cheryl (Jeff) Lampman of Fowlerville. Proud grandfather of Corey and Jack. Also survived by his soul mate and best friend, Julia Everton of Howell; sister, Elizabeth Suvoy of Garden City, and nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his father, Harry Duncan. Mike was a member of St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church, 2201 S. Old US 23, Brighton, where his funeral mass was held Friday, April 4, 2014. Memorial contributions are suggested to the family or to the Fowlerville Band Boosters. Please visit the familyâ€™s online guestbook at macdonaldsfuneralhome.com
Clara Marion (Bearse) Webster Clara Marion (Bearse) Webster, age 99, of Williamston, passed away Monday, April 7, 2014. She was born October 19, 1914, daughter of Walter and Alma (Moe) Bearse. She was preceded in death by her husband of 62 years, Maynard Webster (1996), daughter Arlene (1989), two brothers: Clayborne (1922) and Orman (1965). She was a resident of Leroy Township, until spending the last 3 Â˝ years at Haven of Rest Adult Foster Care Home. Marion was a 1933 graduate of Williamston High School, a member of Vantown Community Church and actively helped on the farm. Surviving are her 3 children: Arthur (Phyllis) Webster of Williamston, Agnes (Joe) Bullen of Charlotte and Anita Stubbs of Novi. Six grandchildren: Linda (George) Smith of Cadillac, Janet (Jerry) Eidt of Williamston, Jim (Debbie) Webster of Williamston, Sandra (Jay) Benward of Potterville, Joe Bullen (Finance: Lisa Wright) of Charlotte and Tony (Ann) Stubbs of Bellville. Also surviving are 14 greatgrandchildren: Christopher, Becca and Diana Eidt; Jordan and Nathan Smith; Nick and Zach Webster; Charlene and Jacob Tondreau; Matthew and Ethan Benward; and Elizabeth, Jack and Hannah Stubbs. Sister-in-law: Kathleen Webster and several nieces and nephews. Per her wishes cremation has taken place; burial to be at Summit Cemetery, Williamston. Memorial services will be held at Vantown Community Church, Saturday, April 26, 2014 at 2PM, with Pastor Terry Turner ofÂżciating. Visitation one hour prior to service. ,n lieu of Ă€owers, memorial contributions may be made to Vantown Community Church or the Arthritis Foundation. Arrangements by Niblack Funeral Home, Fowlerville. www.niblackfuneralhome.com
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Fowlerville Junior High School News Important Dates 7th Grade Field Trip-- May 1-2 Talent Show-- May 9th 6th Grade Field Trip-- May 15-16th 8th Grade Field Trip-- May 19-20th Awards Night-- May 22nd *** TESTING OUT Fowlerville Junior High School will begin accepting Testing Out Requests Forms for summer 2014. There will be a 50 te[tbooNĂ€ash drive and materials deposit required at sign-up. The deposit will be returned upon completion of the testing out pacNet and Âżnal e[am or assessment. No refund will be given to students who sign up, but do not complete the testing out process. The testing out form must be completed and returned with payment by May 1, 2014 to the FJHS ofÂżce. Testing out packets and materials will be available from May 27, 2014 through June 4, 2014. Contact Mrs. Kephart if you have any questions at (517)223-6210 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 8th graders testing out of 9th grade classes please see the HS article, HS procedures need to be followed. Contact Ms. Kottong in the HS Counseling OfÂżce with questions (517) 223-6060 or email@example.com *** May Day Talent Show 2014 It is that time again for the Junior High May Day Talent Show. Tryouts will be held during the week of April 8, 9 and 10, 2014 during lunch. Afterschool rehearsals will be held May 6-8. Additional information is outside of Ms. DeLucaâ€™s classroom D-29. The May Day Talent Show will be held in the Junior High Auditorium on Friday, May 9 beginning at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $5.00 and will be sold during school and at the door. Anyone that would like to help, please contact Ms. DeLuca at 223-6250. *** BOX TOPS Please send in Box Tops for Education! The sixth grade is collecting for technology needs in our classrooms. *** VISION SCREENING Mrs. Lillie would like to give a HUGE â€œShout Outâ€? to our wonderful parent volunteers. These 5 parents did a fantastic job assisting the Livingston County Health Department during Vision Screening last week. Thanks to all of you things went smoothly and you took great care with our JH Students. Kristie
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Fowlerville Varsity Tennis Team opens season with tie
The Fowlerville Varsity Girls Tennis team started its season earlier this month with a 4-4 tie vs Lansing Eastern. The Glads swept the doubles winning in straight sets at each Ă€ight. Kayla Schult]/Natalie Kruska won at 1 doubles, Brooke Underwood/Jamie Ferraiuolo won at 2 doubles. Violet Case/Haven Ellis won at 3 doubles. Madison Baldwin/Hannah Bonnville won at 4 doubles. 1 singles Andrea Kessler (le) beat Madison Gilbert 6-0 6-3 2 singles Kristen Smith (le) beat Cecilia Brownsberg 6-2 7-6(5) 3 singles Maoyao Yana (le) beat Ashley Towe 6-0 6-2 4 singles Delaney Miller beat Rachael Pickens 6-2 6-3 1 doubles Kayla Schult]/Natalie Kruska beat Breanna Miller/ Brianna Hestar 6-2 6-2 2 doubles Brooke Underwood/Jamie Ferraiuolo beat Janissary Owens/Janelle Greeene 6-3 6-3 3 doubles Violet Case/Haven Ellis beat Mandy Pratt/Steph Dewlap 6-0 6-1 4 doubles Madison Baldwin/Hannah Bonnville beat Kenya Crooks/Aeela Lundy 6-0 6-0
Michigan Open Carry to hold luncheon on April 26 in Fowlerville
Michigan Open Carry will hold a luncheon on Saturday, April 26, at noon at the Great Lakes Family Restaurant, 963 S. Grand Ave., Fowlerville. Please join us for great food, pleasant conversation, and the answering of any questions you may have. Lawful open carrying of a holstered handgun is welcome and encouraged, but not required.
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Great starter home! Well maintained Ranch home on 1.5 country acres. Features include 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, nice kitchen with stove and refrigerator included. Bright living room with a corn burner to reduce heat cost and 1st floor laundry. All on 1.5 acres with paved road in the Perry schools. $62,500.
Great Location! Close to town and just off paved Fowlerville Rd. Ranch home with 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, full basement with family room. Updates include windows, exterior doors, well pump, central air and furnace. New septic in 2008, large rear deck, 2 car attached garage and 1 acre lot with mature trees. $132,900.
REDUCED! Nice location in the Village of Fowlerville for this 3 bedroom, 2 bath Ranch home. Features basement, large 3 car detached garage and blacktop drive. Remodeled in 2010 with new flooring, kitchen with granite counters, water heater and siding on the garage. All appliances stay plus a home warranty. $89,900.
Great country setting on 15 acres for this 3 bedroom Ranch home. Newer oak kitchen with appliances included. Pella windows, oak 6 panel interior doors, central air, ceiling fans and floor coverings throughout are a few of the updates. 1st floor laundry with washer and dryer included, large rear deck and 30 x48 pole barn with concrete floor, electric and water. Plenty of room for animals and garden. Fowlerville schools. $139,900.
Well maintained 3 bedroom Tri-Level home on 1/2 acre lot with paved road. Features large rear deck, 2 car attached garage and paved drive. Move in condition with appliances included. Perry schools. $90,000.
Nice 1456sq.ft. Ranch home in the Byron schools. Features wood stove in the basement to help with heat bills. Central air and 2 full baths one is handicap accessible. Fenced yard, 1st floor laundry, 2 car attached garage plus pole barn for all your storage needs. $108,150.
VACANT LAND â€˘ Great location, minutes to I-96. Beautiful 8 acre parcel on paved road. Survey is complete and great perc for septic system. Ready for your dream home in the Fowlerville schools. $39,900. â€˘ Great price for this nice build site in Glen-Mary subdivision. This parcel is next to the common area that is full of woods and wild life. Perc and survey are complete ready to build. $9,000. â€˘ Nice 35 acre parcel north of Fowlerville. Perc and survey complete, open fields and approximately 15 acres of woods. Secluded build site with all splits available. $115,000.
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Saturday, April 26, Stronghold Quartet will host their ninth â€œStronghold Presentsâ€? event at the Alverson Performing Arts Center at 6:00 p.m. The PAC is part of the Fowlerville High School complex at 700 N. Grand Street in Fowlerville. The concert will feature the 5oE 0ills Family, -ustiÂżed 4uartet, and the host group, Stronghold. Rob Mills is celebrating his 27th year of sharing the gospel in song, and he now has the thrill of having his family involved in the ministry. In just two short years they have traveled thousands of miles singing at churches, concert halls, fairs and camp meetings across the country. The family has shared the platform with artists like The Booth Brothers, Ernie Haase and Signature Sound, Jeff and Sherry Easter, and others. In addition, Rob has written songs for some of todayâ€™s top gospel artists such as Gold City, Mercyâ€™s Mark, 'oyle /awson and 4uicksilver, the Mark Trammel 4uartet, and many others. -uVtLÂżed Ls a new quartet, together since November 2011. All of these gentlemen have either sung or played with other gospel quartets over the past 20 years, and have now come together to spread the Word through song and music. Singing with the blending of their voices, as well as their hearts, are Tim Caldwell, Mark Jacoby, Carl Ledford, and David Potts. The host group for the concert, Stronghold Quartet, was organized nine years ago at Howell Nazarene Church, and has sung extensively throughout the midMichigan area. They have released four CD projects, and theyÂśre close to releasing their Âżfth. Tickets for the event are $12.50 in advance or $15.00 at the door. Group tickets are available 10 for $100.00. Student tickets (through high school age) are $5.00, including at the door. Doors will open at 5:00 p.m. Tickets are available Monday-Friday, from 9:00 a.m.- noon at the Fowlerville United Methodist Church, 201 S. Second St., or from Lynn Webster, 814 E. Oliver, Owosso, MI., 48867. Call Webster at 989-723-1288 or 517-304-9292 and tickets will be mailed to you.
Livingston County 4-H Therapeutic Riding Program holding fundraiser The Livingston County 4-H Therapeutic Riding Program is holding a Spring Clean-up Fundraiser on April 26 at the Fowlerville Fairgrounds. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Bring your old scrap metal, large or small, to the fairgrounds at 8800 W. Grand River, just west of Fowlerville, and donate it for recycling. No refrigerators, freezers or air conditioners, please. All proceeds will beneÂżt the 4-H Therapeutic Riding Program, also known at the Grand Equestrians. A special thanks to Advance Metal Alloys for their dumpster donation and recycling services. Any questions, contact Dorotha Bugard at 517-521-3570.
WHY GRADES ARE IMPORTANT
(Find out why grades are an indicator of your childâ€™s future) As parents we all want our kids to get good grades in school, right? But why? I am Sam Larioza, a father of two awesome kids and owner of Ohana Karate. Over the last 12 years we have helped hundreds of parents in our community raise their children. Many have underestimated the importance of their kidâ€™s grades in school. Here is the secret: How a child performs in school sets in place the habits, attitudes and character traits they will carry into young adulthood and have for the rest of their lives! Parents ďŹ nd this story helpful in understanding this concept: â€œThere are 3 types of people in this worldâ€? Type 1: â€œAlways does a little bit more than anyone expects!â€? You can easily tell if a child is in this group. They consistently get all Aâ€™s and Bâ€™s in school. They are the ones on the team that always hustle. They are the ones that read one extra chapter or practice the piano 5 extra minutes! Type 2: â€œAlways does just enough to get by!â€? The indicators for this group are students that get Aâ€™s and Bâ€™s in some classes (the ones they like) and Dâ€™s and Fâ€™s in others. They are the kids on the sports ďŹ eld that always do just enough and not any more. They are the kids that will see how poorly or slowly they can do a chore at home and get away with it. Type 3: â€œAre always trying to do less than they have to!â€? They typically do this by taking shortcuts or even cheating. They struggle in almost every aspect of school. On the sports ďŹ eld they stop or quit when they think no one is looking. They blame everybody and everything for why they canâ€™t do something. So, which group is your child in? ...You are probably thinking â€œThis is all ďŹ ne and good but what can you do?â€?
Here is the key: We are all products of our life experiences! And right now your childâ€™s biggest life experience is coming from school! They spend 7 hours a day, 5 days a week there! Every single decision and act they do at school develops their attitudes and most of all their HABITS! I am running out of space, but here are 3 tips our parents use: 1. â€œOpen the envelopeâ€? - You need to open the letter containing their report card and know their grade in every single class. Better yet, go online and know their grades all the time and let them know that you do! 2. â€œNever, ever miss a parent-teacher conferenceâ€? - Parents will skip the conference because they know their kids are doing â€œokayâ€? or they have more important things to do. Never, ever miss one. Ever! 3. â€œMake grades important to youâ€? - Grades must be important to you. Both #1 and #2 do this but you need to take one step further. Donâ€™t nag your child but talk about school and grades all the time. Grades are important to us! We talk about school and grades all the time. We require every student to turn their report cards in to us. If you need any more tips or help with your childâ€™s performance in school give me a call or email. You do not need to be a student at our karate school. We just want to help every child in our community. It makes all of us better!
By Joe Hune, 22nd District
Severe weather With spring upon us, the season of rain and storms is also here. In the Midwest, we tend to get severe weather most often in spring and summer. Thunderstorms affect relatively small areas when compared with hurricanes and winter storms. The typical thunderstorm is 15 miles in diameter and lasts an average of 30 minutes. Despite their small size, ALL thunderstorms can be dangerous! Of the estimated 100,000 thunderstorms that occur each year in the United States, about 10 percent are classiÂżed as severe. Although tornadoes occur in many parts of the world, they are found most frequently in the United States. A tornado is a violently rotating column of air extending from a thunderstorm to the ground. Tornadoes cause an average of 70 fatalities and 1,500 injuries in the U.S. each year. Due to this, I would like to inform all of my constituents of the local and state services concerning severe weather and emergency management. Steps can be taken to prepare before severe weather strikes to minimize damage and ensure safe evacuation or shelter, such as understanding severe weather warnings and terms, preparing an emergency supply kit, making an emergency plan and creating an emergency contact list. In the case of imminent emergencies, Livingston County 911 Central Dispatch / Emergency Management is able to assist in the safety and quality of life of the people in Livingston County by coordinating a comprehensive all-hazard emergency operational plan and by providing professional, effective and efÂżcient telecommunication response to calls by citizens and then dispatching the appropriate public safety responders. With Gov. Rick Snyder having proclaimed April 6-12 as Severe Weather Awareness Week, the Michigan State Policeâ€™s Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division are encouraging Michiganders to prepare before severe weather strikes this spring and summer. For more information about what to do before, during and after an emergency or disaster, go to www.michigan. gov/beprepared or follow the MSP/EMHSD on Twitter at @ MichEMHS. As always, please feel free to email my ofÂżce at SenJHune@ senate.michigan.gov or dial toll-free at 855-JOE-HUNE and my staff will be happy to assist you.
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Page 10 â€“ Fowlerville News & Views â€“ Sunday, April 20, 2014 they are tracking the system at a great distance. Depending on winds at different layers (or altitudes) the storm may move â€™this way or thatâ€™. If you check out a site like http:// aviationweather.gov, you can see winds at different altitudes and locations that the pilot community uses for planning their Ă€ights. A local storm threat is being tracked by local Doppler radar. Basically, they are tracking storms street to street. A site like underground weather (www.wunderground.com) By Andrew Lekarczyk can show you these storms (rain or worse) approaching. We have watched rain storms approaching and as the radar indicates you can see almost exactly when the heavy rain will arrive at your home. The weather folks at NOAA, which issue the alerts, are using this information to either manually or automatically issue alerts. They also have people on the Spring storms are quickly approaching. NOAA is the ground conÂżrming or reporting tornados, these are Skywarm National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, aka the Spotter volunteers. If youâ€™re interested, contact your local weather folks for the federal government. They broadcast (mergency 0anagement OfÂżce for information on training weather forecasts on an automated radio frequency of the or look into the Skywarm online training available through current conditions. Obviously, listening to these broadcasts the NOAA MetEd website. constantly could be equated to reading the phone book on If the storm radio or local siren activatesâ€ŚTAKE COVER! your day off! The solution is the auto-on weather radio Yes, it would be â€˜really coolâ€™ to get a video of an approaching when a local alert is issued. You program the radio with stormâ€Ś..if you live to show it! Donâ€™t do this, you know a county code, then the auto-on feature activates when the better! You must think about where you will take shelter. computerized system broadcasts an embedded coded alert. For those with a basement, thatâ€™s the most obvious spot. My Now several of you are saying, â€™they get the weather wrong home has a room under the front porch, basically concrete all the timeâ€™. This statement is true, but we are discussing walls on both sides and the porch slab above. Many years ago â€™apples and orangesâ€™. When a snow storm is forecasted when we moved in, we looked at how it was poured and the porch slab at the â€˜house sideâ€™ appeared unsupported. Our concern was that the slab SPRING 2014 CLASSES AT MSD! might fail, so we added a Mariaâ€™s School of Dance is offering six, 4 week beginning classes which will give students a large angle iron secured to the brief introduction to ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop and lyrical. The objective is to give the student foundation wall under the slab an idea of what dance is like. It is designed to be a fun and educational experience. Classes for support. will not participate in recital. There will be a 5 student minimum for each class to be held. We offer free of charge To register for any of these classes, contact Mariaâ€™s School of Dance at 517-223-0036, or FEMA (Federal Emergency register online at, www.mariasschoolofdance.com. Management Association) books on preparing and Class fee is $32 for 25 minute classes and $37 for 40 minute classes Âżnding the â€˜best spotâ€™ in - no registration fee your home for protection. If Students should wear comfortable clothes they can easily move in. you donâ€™t have a basement, Dance shoes are not required. an interior room away from CLASSES OFFERED Ă€ying glass and debris will do. Beg. Hip Hop ..... 6-8 yr. olds ..........11:15-11:55am Beg. Tap ........... 4-6 yr. olds ........9:30-9:55am If you ever saw a news report Beg. Ballet ....... 3-5 yr. olds .........10:00-10:25am Beg. Tap .............. 7-10 yr. olds.........12:00-12:40am or YouTube video on storm Beg. Lyrical......... 8-11 yr olds...........12:45-1:25am Beg. Jazz ........... 5-7 yr olds ..........10:30-11:10am damage, you will see small objects (ones you would never 105 E. Grand River Ave. )P.O. Box 309 )Fowlerville think possible) stuck in walls BEGINNING SATURDAY, and fences. Ph: 517.223.0036 )Fax: 517.223.4717 Think about your pets; the www.mariasschoolofdance.com cats are not going to sit still. Pick up a pet cage, they give Marias Dance them away on Craigâ€™s List or check the â€™free columnâ€™ in the msd309 classiÂżeds. Improvise with a well vented cardboard box or
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purchase one. The dog should be leashed. Discuss the plan now with the kids and family. I have seen many expensive bill board advertisements by FEMA stating â€œDo you have a Plan?â€?, or â€œAre you Prepared?â€? In a wide spread emergency there are just not enough trained folks in our local agencies to go around. You might be the hero rescuing the neighbor. These events happen in the evenings, so Ă€ash lights and extra batteries are a good idea. Have one for every family member; nothing is scarier than sitting in the dark. The federal government states to have a 72 hour kit (3 days) worth of food and water. From past events like hurricanes and such, they seem to say this will / could be the time when you are â€™on your ownâ€™. And everyone should have a â€™mobileâ€™ Âżrst aid kit. If a family member hurts themselves in the driveway or Âżeld, you should be able to take care of them and to start the solution to their problem immediately. Get prepared; it promotes clear thinking and staying calm - Around The House! As always past articles are archived on our website www.power24hrs.com and we welcome your questions at JustAskHandyAndy@hotmail.com.
â€˜Frackingâ€™ is examined in Gasland II documentary on April 23
Hydraulic fracturing or â€œfrackingâ€? is being used extensively by the energy industry to extract natural gas and oil in 32 countries worldwide and all over Michigan, including Livingston County. Hydraulic fracturing is not new and has been used in Michigan for many years. Whatâ€™s new about this controversial technology are the greater depths of these newer fracking wells and the increased quantities of fresh water and toxic chemicals used under extreme pressure to release natural gas and oil deposits from the shale rock deep within the Earth. On Wednesday, April 23rd, the Crossroads Group of the Sierra Club will host the showing of â€œGasland IIâ€? at the Howell Opera House on 123 Grand River Avenue in Howell. â€œGasland IIâ€? is the explosive follow up to the Oscar nominated Âżlm â€œGaslandâ€? by Âżlm maker Josh Fox and takes a broader view of hydraulic fracking. This free program starts at 6PM and is open to the public. For more information on the movie â€œGasland IIâ€? and fracking, contact crossroads.sierraclub@ gmail.com and visit the Crossroads Group website at www. michigan.sierraclub.org/crossroads.
Recycle Livingston to host Seed Swap in honor of Earth Day on April 26 On Saturday, April 26, Recycle Livingston will host its Âżrst Seed Swap event in honor of Earth Day. The 1st Earth Day celebration happened on April 22, 1970, and people all over the world have celebrated it ever since. This event is free and open to the public. The Seed Swap will take place â€œrain or shineâ€? at Recycle Livingston, 170 Catrell, Howell, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. It is always fun to see what turns up at a free swap event. Please bring your garden seeds to swap with others. Please do not take more seeds than you bring. Please package these appropriately in small bottles or envelopes so that they can easily be traded. Please label them clearly.
St. Johnâ€™s Episcopal holding Spring Rummage Sale on May 2-3
St. Johnâ€™s Episcopal Church will be holding its Annual Spring Rummage Sale on Friday, May 2, from 9am-5pm and Saturday, May 3, from 9am-1pm. A bag sale will take place all day on Saturday. Questions call 517-546-3660. St. Johnâ€™s Episcopal Church is located at 504 Prospect Street, Howell
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The Easter Egg Hunt, put on by the Livingston Centre Historical Society, drew a large crowd to the Fowlerville Rotary Centennial Park on Saturday, April 12. The Easter Bunny showed up and visited with young and old, while the youngsters took baskets and ÂłhuntedÂ´ Ior eggs Âżlled with candy. The Society raises money along with putting on a variety of special events to maintain and promote the Historic Village at the Fowlerville Fairgrounds.
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NOTICE TO VILLAGE OF FOWLERVILLE RESIDENTS FIRE HYDRANT FLUSHING The Fowlerville Fire Department will begin Àushing ¿re hydrants throughout the Village oI Fowlerville starting Tuesday, April 22, 2014 Please watFh Ior ¿re truFNs in your area ,I you e[perienFe brown water, please let the Fold water tap run until it Flears .athryn 0 Arledge, Village &lerN 042014
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Little Glad Center News Beverly Farmer, Director firstname.lastname@example.org 517-223-6480 www.fowlervilleschools.org Preschool Registration; Fall 2014 Enrollment for fall 2014 began on March 31st. We offer traditional preschool both full day and half-day sessions, and extended preschool. We have sessions available for 3 and 4 year olds. Registration fee is $40.00 (non-refundable). We welcome parent volunteers in the classrooms. Call or visit the ofÂżce for additional information. **In our four year old preschool, children must be four by October 1, 2014 to participate. TRADITIONAL PRESCHOOL FULL-DAY SESSIONS - All full-day sessions are 9:00 am â€“ 3:00 pm --2 full days, Monday/Wednesday --2 full days, Tuesday/Thursday --3 full days, Monday/Wednesday/Friday --4 full days, circle requested days -- M, T, W, R, F --5 full days, M - F HALF-DAY SESSIONS â€“ All AM half-day session are from 9:00 am â€“ 12:00 pm --2 half-days, Monday/Wednesday --2 half-days, Tuesday/Thursday --3 half-days, Monday/Wednesday/Friday --4 half-days, circle requested days -- M, T, W, R, F --5 half-days, M - F EXTENDED PRESCHOOL FULL-DAY PRESCHOOL SESSIONS â€“ 6:00 am â€“ 6:00 pm --2 full days, circle requested days -- M, T, W, R, F --3 full days, circle requested days -- M, T, W, R, F --4 full days, circle requested days -- M, T, W, R, F --5 full days, M - F Your chosen days are for an entire month. If you would like to change, add or delete days after one month you may do so upon request and if there is space in the classroom. HALF-DAY SESSIONS â€“ Anything less than 5 hours --2 half-days, circle requested days -- M, T, W, R, F --3 half-days, circle requested days -- M, T, W, R, F --4 half-days, circle requested days -- M, T, W, R, F --5 half-days, M - F Your chosen days are for an entire month. If you would like to change, add or delete days after one month you may do so upon request and if there is space in the classroom. ***
Up-Coming Events Carnival/Ice Cream Social Our center is having an Ice cream social/carnival. This is a fun family night for all Little Glad Center families. There will be games, food, ice cream, prizes and much more! Date: Friday, May 9th Time: 6:00 pm â€“ 8:00 pm, Dinner available starting @ 5:30 pm Place: Little Glad Center Entrance fee: $1.00 per person/$3.00 family Dinner: hot dog, chips, and a pop (optional) Price: $3.50 Come join the fun and enjoy a free ice cream sundae!
Fundraiser being held on April 27 for Jason Hull Family at American Legion Jason Hull has been diagnosed with melanoma cancer. Due to the extensive treatment Jason has and will be undergoing for months to come, he will be unable to work. This has put a tremendous Âżnancial burden on this young family. Family members are sponsoring a fundraising Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction at the American Legion, 3265 W. Grand River, Howell, on Sunday, April 27, from 3 to 7 p.m. Please help support this young family by joining us dinner. The family is also accepting mail-in donations: Jason Hull Fundraiser 9149 Eva Lane Fowlerville, MI 48836 Donations may also be deposited into the Jason Hull Family Fundraiser at any First 1ational %ank branch ofÂżce.
4-H putting on indoor yard sale at the Fowlerville Fairgrounds
On May17, the Livingston County 4-H is hosting an indoor yard sale in the 4-H Building on the Fowlerville Fairgrounds at 8800 W. Grand River in Fowlerville. 4-H organizers are currently looking for individuals who would be interested in renting a table to sell there goods. The cost to rent a table will be $25 (cash). You can call for reservations at 517-2238186 or send an email to Events@fowlervillefamilyfair.com. At the same time they would like to ask you to mark your calendars for May 17th to come and shop from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm.
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Ingham farmer supports 4-H thru America’s Farmers Grow Communities A Stockbridge area farmer Brittany Watters has directed a $2,500 donation to the Happy Hustlers 4-H Club. Funded by America’s Farmers Grow Communities, the donation will help the club’s Swine Division purchase replacement signs, livestock, and equipment. Thanks to the support of farmers across the country, more than $3.2 million is being directed to nonpro¿ts in 1,289 counties in 39 states. When asked why she chose the organization, Watters said, “I think it’s something that is great as far as being able to give a nonpro¿t organization money that they really can use. I chose the 4-H because I was involved with the organization and they can always use the extra hand. I think it will be able to help them to do things On April 3, Happy Hustlers 4-H Club - Swine Division was presented with a check they wouldn’t normally be for $2,500 from America’s Farmers Grow Communities, on behalf of area farmer Brittany Watters. Shown here, from left, front row, Steve Harkness, Trent Heeney, able to.” America’s Farmers Grow Briar Heeney, Trevor Heeney; back row, Shawn Heeney, Tom Heeney, Billy Floyd, Communities works directly Brittney Watters, and Taysha Reitzel. with farmers to support nonpro¿t organizations like the America’s Farmers Grow Communities launched in Happy Hustlers 4-H Club, who are doing important work in 2010, and has since donated over $16 million to more than their communities. The program offers farmers the chance to 6,500 nonpro¿t organizations across the country. America’s win $2,500, which is then donated to the farmer’s nonpro¿t Farmers Grow Communities, sponsored by the Monsanto of choice. The search for funding to sustain and enhance Fund, is part of the America’s Farmers initiative, which programs is a year-round Mob for nonpro¿t organizations highlights and celebrates the important contributions of across the country. Through America’s Farmers Grow farmers like Brittany Watters. Communities, farmers have been able to support a variety of For a complete list of Grow Communities winners and groups, such as schools, ¿re departments, community centers more program information, please visit growcommunities. and youth organizations like 4-H and FFA. com.
WEBBERVILLE Scrabble Night (Adults) Date: 4/24/2014- Start Time: 6:30 p.m. Description: Our informal club for adults welcomes players of all skill levels in a relaxed, low-key atmosphere. *** WILLIAMSTON Teen Coffee Hour (Ages 13-18) Date: 4/21/2014- Start Time: 4:30 p.m. Description: Drop in to make your own coffee drink and chat with other teens. You can also get some homework help or writing tips, make a craft, or just relax. Drop-in LEGO Club (Ages 6-14) Date: 4/22/2014- Start Time: 4:00 p.m. Description: Kids love getting creative with our LEGO® collection! Imaginative play helps develop skills used for reading.
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By Alexis Lyons Once again, the Webberville FFA chapter is opening their doors to the agricultural facilities for AGstravaganza. This year, the Webberville FFA was recognized as the number one Food for America program in Michigan. The event will take place this Friday on April 25. The doors will open at 8:30 A.M. and close at 2:30 P.M. AGstravaganza has become an annual event, targeted at educating the elementary, middle, and high school students about food and Âżber sources. The Webberville FFA has worked to create a variety of stations where students and community members can learn about different animals, plants and where their food comes from. Each station is guided by FFA members and has
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Thank you to our friends, family and awesome communities for your never ending prayers and support during Tonyâ€™s long illness and recovery. We are both self- employed, and me being at his bedside the whole time made for one tough winter. We couldnâ€™t have gotten through this without you all. On March 2th my family held a beneÂżt for us at the Williamston Eagles Club and what a loving and emotional day we had. The turnout was amazing. We would like to thank everyone for everything you did for us, we appreciate you ! Thank you to our local businesses and individuals for the awesome auction donations, food, etc. We canâ€™t thank Team Choszczyk enough for the great job you did orchestrating the whole beneÂżt, you went over and above for us and we are so thankful for you. We are truly blessed to live in our small town. Tony had a rough bout with +1 Ă€u and spent almost two months in intensive care Âżghting for his life. +e was hospitalized in Lansing on Jan. 6, then taken by Survival Team to Ann Arbor four days later. Tony Âżnally came home on March 3 and is working towards getting his strength back. Recovery from H1N1 (which attacks the lungs) can take from six months to a year. We would like to encourage everyone to get an annual Ă€u shot. Thank you all so much, you have touched our hearts! Tina and Tony Choszczyk
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Friends of Webberville Library to meet on April 22
The Friends of the Webberville Library will hold its quarterly meeting on Tuesday, April 22 at 1 p.m. in the library. Topics for discussion will be evaluating the recent new books giveaway patron drawing, Dr. Suess night and our euchre fun night fund raiser held in February. .Head Librarian, Peg Mawby will be updating us on upcoming programs and plans for summer reading. The Friends group is always seeking new members. Cost of an individual membership is $3 or $6 for a family. You can pick up a membership form at the Webberville Library.
Calvary Baptist Church Womenâ€™s Ministry hosting one-day retreat
The Womenâ€™s Ministry of Calvary Baptist Church in Webberville is holding a one day retreat, â€œChipped and Cherished,â€? on Saturday, May 3, from 10:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Sharlene MacLaren, an author of Christian novels, will be speaking at two sessions. A â€œTea Timeâ€? and lunch will be served. The cost is $10 until April 27 and $15 after that date. Call the church ofÂżce at 521-700 for tickets or with questions.
St. Mary School in Williamston holding Spring Rummage Sale on April 25-27
St. Mary School in Williamston is hosting its third annual Spring Rummage Sale. The Activity Center will be full of great bargains! All items will be priced. There will be bag sales and mark-downs starting Saturday at 2pm and all day Sunday. Keep this sale in mind when doing your spring cleaning and organizing, as we will accept donations on Monday & Tuesday, April 21 and 22 from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm in the school Activity Center. The sale will be held Friday, April 25 from 10:00 am -7:00 pm Saturday, April 26 from 9:00 am - :00 pm and Sunday, April 27 from 10:00 am - Noon. For more information or to volunteer to help, please call Marsha Swain at 517-655-3716.
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Heavenly Scentâ€™s holding 25th Annual Faerie Festival Spring Celebration Letâ€™s celebrate the arrival of spring with the 25th annual Faerie Festival Spring Celebration. This festival will be held on May 3, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., and May 4th, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. at Heavenly Scent Herb Farm, 13730 White Lake Road, Fenton, (810) 629-9208. This event will be held rain or shine! Admission is $1.00. The two-day event includes FREE: --Storytelling on Saturday at 11:30 and Sunday at 1:00 --Morris Dancers from Ann Arbor will be performing Saturday only at 12:30, 1:45, and 3:15 --Faerie Parade/May Pole Celebration both days at 12:00, 2:15 and 4:30. --Wee faerie cake for all We have on-going faerie workshops which range in price from $6.00 to $29.00. You may choose to make a faerie garden, faerie ribbon necklace, faerie butterĂ€y catcher, and/ or faerie magic dust. Rest a while under the covered back porch and enjoy a delightful lunch from the Savory Thymes CafĂŠ. Choose from a caterpillar sandwich (hotdog with chips and a drink), butterĂ€y basil chicken salad on a croissant with chips and grapes, or edible Ă€owers faerie salad with tomato-basil bread. Lunches range in price from $5.00 to $10.00. Beverages will also be for sale. 9isitors to the shoppe will Âżnd more than 50 faeries from the Cicely Mary Barker collection for sale, along with faerie garden accessories, hand-crafted, colored mushrooms, statuary, and countless spring-themed dĂŠcor items for the home. Faerie gardens are a growing trend! Stroll through our greenhouse to Âżnd miniature plants, for your own tiny garden as well as annuals, perennials, hanging baskets, herbs, and more. Let us treat you to a sweet springtime that you will treasure for years to come. For more information call Kathy Mathews, event coordinator, at (810) 629-9208, or go to www.heavenlyscentherbfarm.com
â€˜Feast of the Artsâ€™ to be offered on Sunday, May 18, at high school
Mark your calendars for the upcoming â€˜Feast of the Artsâ€™. Plan to enjoy an afternoon viewing student artwork, watching vignettes from past musicals and plays from Little Shop of Horrors and Romeo and Juliette. Buy a ticket to have lunch and receive a bowl that a student created in the â€œEmpty Soup Bowls Luncheonâ€?. The cost is $ 5.00 for adults and $ 3.00 per student, and it reminds us that there are people in the community that do not have enough to eat and their â€œbowlâ€? may be empty. The â€˜Feast of the Artsâ€™ will be offered on Sunday, May 18, from 12 - 4 p.m. and will be a day for the whole family. High
Crafters & home-based business owners invited to join Williamston show Crafters and home-based business owners are invited to participate in the â€˜Jubilee Craft Show & Moreâ€™ in downtown Williamston on June 20-21. This is the eighth year for the juried Craft Show and the sixth year for the Home-Based Business Show. The event is Friday, June 20, from 1 pm â€“ 7 pm, and Saturday, June 21, from 9 am â€“ 4 pm, in McCormick Park. This is during the week of the Annual Red Cedar Jubilee, a weeklong event in downtown Williamston. For more information, contact the Williamston Area Chamber of Commerce at 517655-1549 or email@example.com.
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By Meg Koenemann Homemade play dough, how I love thee! Let me count the waysâ€Ś First of all, homemade play dough is softer and easier to work with than store bought. Not only that, but it lasts much, much longer, making it a great value. Itâ€™s comforting knowing exactly what is contained in our art supplies, so when a child happens to ingest a little, I donâ€™t have to go into full-blown panic mode. As an added bonus, it smells much nicer than store bought play dough. Best of all, itâ€™s fun, quick, and easy to make. The kids can help in the kitchen, measuring, stirring, and kneading. Making play dough is a great family activity for a day when the weather just isnâ€™t cooperating. Basic Homemade Play Dough Ingredients: Â˝ Cup salt Cup Ă€our 2 Tbs. cream of tartar 1 Cup water 1 Tbs. cooking oil Food coloring Directions: 1. In a sauce pan, combine salt, Ă€our, and cream of tartar. 2. Add water, oil, and a few drops of desired *food coloring, stirring to mix well. 3. On the stovetop, cook on medium heat until a ball forms. The consistency will be similar to mashed potatoes. 4. Turn play dough out onto a cutting board, place mat, or wax paper, and allow it to cool. This takes about 2030 minutes. 5. Knead the play dough until it is pliable. Stored in an airtight container, this play dough will last for several weeks. (Peanut butter jars are a personal favorite, but Cool Whip tubs and Tupperware type containers will also work. In a pinch, a zippered baggie will also serve.) *Alternatively, you can knead food coloring into the play dough after it has cooled. I just Âżnd this to be messier, and I prefer to include it before cooking. One advantage to waiting to include food coloring, however, is that you can add a little bit at a time until you get the desired color saturation. The Âżnal color can be hard to guess when adding food coloring before cooking. Either way works, though, so pick your preference. Tips: --Although this play dough is non-toxic, I do not suggest letting kids eat it. The saltiness should deter them, so this isnâ€™t a huge concern. Do, however, keep play dough
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away from your pets! (Donâ€™t ask me how I know this, but ingestion of this play dough leads to vomiting in dogsâ€Ś) --Cream of tartar can be found in the spice aisle of most grocery stores for about $5. One canister will yield a few batches of homemade play dough. --Homemade play dough makes a great gift! Be sure to include some inexpensive cookie cutters and the recipe. --No store bought play dough tools at home? Almost anything can be a play dough tool. We use all sorts of cookie cutters with rolling pins, kitchen utensils (both the toy kind and from the actual kitchen drawers), sandbox toys, bottle caps, plastic knives and forks, and even Hot Wheels cars!
Howell American Legion to host Motherâ€™s Day Breakfast on May 11
The 17th Annual Motherâ€™s Day Breakfast, hosted by the Sons of the American Legion, will take place from 9am noon on May 11 at the American Legion Devereaux Post at the corner of Grand River and M59 in Howell. Cost is $8.00 for adults and $5 for children, age 12 and under. Bring your mother and her meal is half price! Our own Jeff Knight also serves up his famous Omelets made to order! You wonâ€™t walk away hungry. Everyone welcome. The Sons of the American Legion hold several events each year to support area veterans and their families, the Make A Wish Foundation, Big Brothers/ Big Sisters, Michigan Special Olympics, Hospice and our local community. For additional information, call 517-546-2534.
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Smith Elementary School News IMPORTANT DATES: April 22 – School Resumes May 8-Family Fun Fitness Night 5:30-7pm May 12 – 2nd Grade Music Program (2:00 pm at Alverson Center for Performing Arts) May 13 – 2nd Grade Music Program (10:00 am & 7:00 pm at Alverson Center For Performing Arts) May 14- PTC Meeting 3:45: Free Childcare May 26 – Memorial Day Recess-No School June 5, 6, 9 & 10-Full days of school June 11 & 12- ½ Days With 12:18 pm Elementary Dismissal Time *** We would like to say “THANK YOU” - Thank You to everyone who came to register their children during Kindergarten Round Up. We had a wonderful time meeting you and your children and enjoyed seeing the excitement and anticipation on their faces. Thank you Mrs. Hardenbrook, High School National Honor Society Advisor for coordinating the NHS student volunteers to help out at registration. Thank you NHS students, you were all wonderful and such a big help to staff and parents during registration time. Thank you also to The Fowlerville Fair for donating three ticket package prizes and Mrs. Tammy Steffee, one of our wonderful Kindergarten teachers, who was instrumental in getting the prizes that were given out for the drawing. We couldn’t do this without all of you! The winners of the (3) Fowlerville Fair Ticket Packages, (2) WalMart Gift Cards and (10) Scholastic Books are: Tiffany Lamming (Oliver Stavropoulos), Tiffany Carr (Anna Carr), Jennifer Shull (Matthew Shull), Tara Feig (Hunter Lundsford), Vanessa Garrett (Preston Green), Becky Beale (Aaralyn Ammon), Amanda Watson (Noah Watson), Larissa Heinonen (Lydia Heinonen), Jessica Guntzviller (Lochlan Guntzviller), Jason McClanahan (Keegan McClanahan), Anna Juopperi (Haley Juopperi), RaeAnne Vargo (Carter Campbell), Jamie Schrader-Barr (Eva Barr), Carrie Demko (Logan Demko) and David Rose (Logan Rose). We are currently setting up school tours with local preschools – please call to arrange one! If your child does not attend a local preschool we would be happen to have you join up with a group or could make arrangements to do one with you. Please call the of¿ce for more information. *** PTC Updates – If you have a little free time and would like to help us out, please email us at email@example.com and/or sign up for the Smith PTC Volunteer Calendar - here’s how it works in 3 easy steps: 1. Click this link to go to our invitation page on Volunteer Spot: http://vols.pt/oqy3Xb 2. Enter your email address: (You will NOT need to register an account on Volunteer Spot) 3. Sign up! Choose your spots – VolunteerSpot.com will send you an automated con¿rmation and reminders. Easy! Note: VolunteerSpot.com does not share your email address with anyone. *** Kindergarten For 2014/2015 School Year –You may stop in the Smith of¿ce to register your child any day that school is in session from 8:00am – 4:00pm. You are encouraged to pre-enroll before coming to the of¿ce by going to our website at fowlervilleschools.org and click on the “New Student Enrollment” link. You must print a complete copy of the enrollment (approximately 14 pages total) after entering your information. Bring that copy with you. We cannot retrieve the enrollment later so you must print it right after you ¿nish entering the information. There are 2 sections of entry. If you do not have computer access, just come to the Smith of¿ce with the required pieces of information to register. Please come prepared to enroll with your child’s Birth Certi¿cate (*see the revised school code regarding age eligibility below), Current Immunization Record, Vision Screening after 3 Years of Age and Proof of Residency (Proof of Residency items should include a Driver’s License and 1 additional piece, such as a bill, statement, lease or purchase agreement, etc.) Any questions regarding registration, please call Laura at 517-223-6430. *Please take note of the revised school code regarding new age eligibility for Kindergarten Round Up below For the 2014-2015 school year, a child may be enrolled in kindergarten if the child is at least 5 years of age on or before October 1, 2014. If a child is not 5 years of age on or before October 1, but will be 5 not later than December 1, the parent or legal guardian of that child may enroll the child in kindergarten for that school year if the parent or legal guardian noti¿es the school district in writing not later than June 1 before the beginning of the school year that he or she intends to enroll the child in kindergarten. If a child described above becomes a resident of the school
district after June 1, the child’s parent or legal guardian may enroll the child in kindergarten for that school year if the parent or legal guardian submits this written noti¿cation to the school district not later than August 1 before the beginning of that school year. A school district that receives this written noti¿cation may make a recommendation to the parent or legal guardian of a child described above, that the child is not ready to enroll in kindergarten due to the child’s age or other factors. However, regardless of this recommendation, the parent or legal guardian retains the sole discretion to determine whether or not to enroll the child in kindergarten under this new revised school code. *** YES! WE COLLECT BOXTOPS! It is getting close to the end of the year! Which classes will win the pizza parties? Snip and trim the BoxTops for Education off of designated products and send them to school. We collect them each Friday for our Fabulous PTC Volunteers to count!!! Thank you ALL for your help with this. *** Hello Kroger Community Rewards Contacts - It is time to get the word out again for the Re-enrollment for Kroger Community Rewards. Thank You for helping our school! For a member to re-enroll their card simply go to www. krogercommunityrewards.com · Click “sign-in” · Put in their email address and password that they used to enroll their card. · Put in the group number or part of the name of the organization. · Choose the correct organization. · Click Enroll. You are now enrolled for the May 1st 2014 to April 30th 2015 year of Kroger Community Rewards. If you are having an issue with your password and or email address please call 1-800-KROGERS, press 5 for customer service, press 5 to speak to a customer service representative. If it is the ¿rst time you are registering, you will need to setup an account ¿rst. · For a member to enroll their card simply go to www.krogercommunityrewards.com · Click “create an account” · Put in their email address and password. Con¿rm their password · Enter plus card OR alt ID number · Go to Community Rewards (near bottom) · Follow through the steps. (name, address, etc.) · Put in the group number or part of the name of the organization. · Choose the correct organization. · Click Enroll. You are now enrolled for the May 1st 2014 to April 30th 2015 year of Kroger Community Rewards. *** Fowlerville Community Schools District SurveyIn the Spring of each year, Fowlerville Community Schools presents an online survey to gather perception data on our schools. The information collected is used to help guide us in the development of our school improvement plans as well as give us feedback on what you like best about our schools and areas that you see where we could improve. THIS INFORMATION IS VERY IMPORTANT TO US. Please take a few minutes to visit the online survey link and provide your feedback to us. Please know that your opinion matters. Thank you in advance for taking the time to complete the survey. The link is: http://tinyurl.com/FVLSurvey and will be available through Friday, April 25, 2014.
Howell Carnegie District Library Upcoming Events in April JET ENGINES Wednesday, April 23, 2014 - 6:30pm - 8:00pm Flying today is a common and safe way to travel. But most folks, when confronted with the design of modern aircraft engines, consider it something akin to Dark Ages sorcery. This class will explain the basic concepts in a manner that will leave you enlightened and entertained. Call the Reference Desk at 546-0720 x106 to reserve your spot. This is ACE@your library workshop. SHOULD I BUY A FRANCHISE? Wednesday, April 30, 2014 - 6:30pm - 8:00pm Meabon Room, Howell Carnegie District Library What are the bene¿ts of considering a franchise when looking for the right business opportunity for you? Steve Feinman, Director of Michigan SCORE, will show you how to evaluate a franchise proposal and pick the correct match. Register by calling the Reference Desk at 517-546-0720 x106 or by stopping by the Reference Desk Quick Resume Review with Patty Sudbay Monday April 28 (Every 4th Monday) at 6:30, 7:00, and 7:30pm.
Wolf Howls Fading Very recently a young female wolf crossed the ice bridge from Isle Royal to Minnesota where she was apparently killed by a pellet gun. The tag she was wearing identi¿ed her as one of the remaining ten or so Isle Royal pack members on the island. Her tag clearly identi¿ed her as Isabelle. The question is why did she leave Isle Royale, one of the most balanced predator prey relationships in the world? When I ¿rst visited the island in the early sixties scientists/ naturalists Rolf Petersen and associates were nearing the end of their studies of wolf, moose relationships. They had determined that with the aid of heavy growth of thimbleberries the predator and prey numbers remained almost steady without human intervention. There were four packs of wolves numbering just ¿fty animals total, approximately one thousand moose and countless acres of thimbleberries. The Petersen studies showed that at the time the wolves were feasting on the moose and the moose were eating on the thimbleberries causing a decline on the crop. The lack of berries results in smaller numbers of healthy moose. Weaker moose are easier prey but result in slow down in wolf breeding. Hence, Àuctuating numbers of each. Rolf Petersen’s book entitled Wolf Ecology and Prey Relationships on Isle Royale published by Purdue University Press in 1977 explains this in detail. However, recent developments, inbreeding and presence of canine feces have resulted in major changes. Meanwhile Upper Peninsula wolf packs, only recently established, are being threatened by hunters seeking a wolf hunting season. Individuals on both sides of where to hunt wolves in Michigan have been circulating petitions for and against. Reasoning by those in favor claim an excess of UP wolves that are attacking livestock and being a nuisance in general. A partially successful wolf hunt in 2013 claimed 22 of an allowable 43 animals. It seems there was not a wolf behind every tree as some pro-hunters claimed. What the 2013 hunt did accomplish was to establish a clear line between hunters and non-hunters. Now, how about a solution? Where the island wolves problems have occurred, some answers are known. Where inbreeding took place it may have earlier been avoided naturally by the ice bridges that came with colder winters. The feces that contain parvovirus and other diseases came from boaters who in spite of laws against it, allowed their pets to relieve themselves on shore. How about transplanting some of the ‘excess’ wolves of the U.P. to Isle Royale? To further correct the inbreeding problem those same U.P. animals would bring a fresh gene pool resulting in healthier wolf offspring. Just as the Department of Natural Resources was able to correct the Chinook salmon problem several years ago by trading eggs with Lake Ontario ¿sheries people making lake ¿sh stronger. I for one enjoyed the howl of wolves whether that be on Isle Royale or in the U.P. It seem that we have the means to ensure that they will continue. P.S. For further reading about wolves there is a book by Rolf Petersen entitled The Wolves of Isle Royale. It is available on Amazon.com.
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OR 36 Month Lease Only
With $1,999 due at signing • 10,000 miles/year
*Plus tax, title, plate, DOC fee + CVR fee and destination charge. Must provide valid Chrysler employee control number. Must qualify for financing thru Chrysler Capital to receive Chrysler Capital Bonus Cash on 300, 200, Journey, Ram 1500 and Charger. All rebates to dealer. See dealer for details. **24 or 36 month closed end lease. 10,000 miles per yr. w/approved Tier 1 or 2 credit thru Chrysler Capital. $1999 due at inception, includes 1st payment, plate transfer, title, and DOC + CVR fee. Must provide valid Chrysler employee control number. All payments plus 6% use tax. All rebates to dealer. See dealer for details.
I-96 and Fowlerville Road, Exit 129 • 3030 Fowlerville Road
SHOWROOM OPEN: Mon. & Thurs. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. • Tues., Wed. & Fri. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. • Sat. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. SERVICE DEPARTMENT OPEN: Mon. & Thurs. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. • Tues., Wed. & Fri. 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sat. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. BODY SHOP OPEN: Mon. thru Fri. 8am-6pm