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Parkinson’s Disease Support Group meeting May 28 at hospital Next meeting is Tuesday, May 28, 2013 at 4:00 PM, held at St. Joseph Hospital, 620 Byron Rd., Howell, MI. Everyone interested is welcome to attend. Entrance and parking are at the rear of the Hospital “West Entranceâ€?. Once inside, 1st hall to the left, the door with the orange cone. Scheduled speaker will be Christine Panyard P.H.D., professor at the University of Detroit. She will speak on Depression. .ey Âżndings from a new study show depression is a bigger challenge than the physical obstacles that patients face. This long-term study is the largest ever undertaken on the degenerative disease, affecting about 1 million people in the USA and 5 million worldwide, and is characterized by tremors, stiffness, slowness of movement and speech difÂżculties. It affects everyone differently. Michigan Parkinson Foundation (MPF) has support groups across the state of Michigan, which provide people with Parkinson’s Disease (PD), and their families, the opportunity to learn more about this condition and its management. There is no cure. Who knows more about PD than the people who live with it, and the partners, who help with the struggle? A support group brings together people with a common bond and validates people’s concerns by also looking after their emotional needs. These support groups are not only for the people with PD, but for everybody associated with the patient. “Everyone is welcome.â€? These group discussions are for your beneÂżt. Use it wisely and often. Support groups are a tremendous pool of knowledge and experience. Members are encouraged to share their day to day challenges, medication, therapy, and to empathize with others in their situation, maintain good attitude, laugh at adversity, deÂżne what’s important and what can be left behind. If the patient is uncomfortable attending the Âżrst time, do not force them to attend. A concerned family member, or friend is welcome to attend to learn about PD and the group, and bring that information back to the patient. Once the family member, or friend, sees how a support group works, he/she can explain it to the patient. A family friend or relative is always welcome to attend these meetings.

Fowlerville Police Investigate evidence of Methamphetamine Lab in Village On Thursday, May 9, at Fowlerville Police received information regarding suspicious activity at a residence in the  ElocN of 1 $nn 6treet OfÂżcers investigated and found evidence of a methamphetamine lab. The area was secured and Livingston And Washtenaw Narcotics Enforcement Team (LAWNET) of the Michigan 6tate Police was notiÂżed. Entry was made into the suspected site and evidence of a methamphetamine lab was seized. The investigation is ongoing and has been transferred to LAWNET. Criminal charges will be sought upon completion of the investigation. The suspect is a 28 year old male from Fowlerville.

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Fowlerville Junior High School News Important Dates May 21-22 8th Grade Field Trip No School- Memorial Day May 27 ½ Day of School-Exams June 6 ½ Day of School-Last Student Day June 7 *** SPORTS FOR WEEK OF May 20: Tues., 3/21: /8 TRAC.-Division Meet # DeWitt 3:00 bus 1:00 Thurs: 3/23: /8 TRAC. - CORUNNA IN9ITE # Corunna 4:00 bus 2:00 This is the Âżnal week of regular competition. Coaches will notify athletes if anyone TualiÂżes for the Playmaker Honor Roll meet on May 30. *** Physical Night Fowlerville Athleticsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; annual â&#x20AC;&#x153;Physical Nightâ&#x20AC;? will take place on Tuesday, June 11, 2013 from 6-:30pm. Anyone planning on participating in Athletics at the Recreation, Junior High or High School levels during the 2013-14 school year will need to have an up to date physical on Âżle. The physical costs only 25 and the money from each physical will come right back to the Athletic Department Mark your calendars *** Track It was another warm and sunny track meet for the girls on Wednesday, May 8th and many of the girls set personal records for this hard to get started season. Point scorers for the ladies were Taylor Patterson with two second places Âżnishes in the 100 and 200m dash. Hunter Stobierskie placed 3rd in the 200m dash while the 1600m relay team of Hannah McDonald, Anna Meggert, Selena Lopez, and Jaci Devota took 2nd. Great Mob to all the ladies for always giving 100. The boys had some great performances but lost in their meet against St. Johns on Wednesday, May 8th. Tyler Steinhelper placed 1st in the two mile run. Jarrett Gawel placed 2nd in the 55 hurdles, Tyler Steinhelper again placed third in the mile run. Jacob Dixon placed 1st in the 100 m dash and 2nd in the long Mump. Cody Person placed 1st in the 400 m dash and Eric Fritz placed 2nd. Dawson =anger placed 1st in the 0 M dash and Nathan Beauchamp placed 3rd. Dawson =anger again placed 2nd in the 200 m dash. The Fowlerville boys swept the pole vault, Tommy 4uaine taking Âżrst, =ack Hibbard taking 2nd and Dalton Sweet taking 3rd. The boys track team Âżnished 4th out of a Âżeld of 10 teams on May 10th scoring 95 points. Garrett Jawel Finished th in the 55 hurdles. The 800 m relay team with Cameron Bringham, Nathan Beauchamp, Chad Hacker and Eric Fritz Âżnished 4th. Thomas 4uaine Âżnished 4th in the 800 m run and 2nd in the Pole vault with a vault of 8 ft 6 inches. Jacob Dixon Finished 1st in the long Mump with a Mump of 16 ft 6 inches and 2nd in

the 100 m dash. In the 400 m dash, Cody Persons Âżnished 2nd and Eric Fritz Âżnished 5th. Dawson =anger Won the 0 m dash with a time of 9.15 seconds. and Âżnished 2nd in the 200 m dash. The 1600 m relay team Âżnished 4th with Eric Fritz, Alex Brownlee, Thomas 4uaine and Cody Persons with a time of 4:11.06. The 400 m relay team Âżnished a close second to St. Johns with the team of Nathan Beauchamp, Dawson =anger, Chad Hacker, and Jacob Dixon, with a time of 51.52. Dalton Sweet also scored points in the pole vault taking 5th place. Nick Good Âżnished th in the shot put. *** Band News The Junior High Bands will be giving their Âżnal concert of the year on Thursday, May 23rd at  pm in the Alverson Center for Performing Arts. The concert will feature the 6th, th, and 8th grade bands as well as selected soloists. Admission is free. Come out and support the performing arts in Fowlerville. *** Questions about 8th Grade Field trip? 8th gradeÂŤÂŤMrs. MillerÂŤÂŤÂŤÂŤÂŤÂŤÂŤÂŤ..223-6221

Fowlerville Boys Track places 10th at recent Williamston Invitational The Fowlerville Boys Track team competed in the Williamston Invitational on Saturday, May 11. The team Âżnished in 10th place with some outstanding performances. Tyler Burkhart set a new personal record, breaking the 5 minute mark in the 1600 run at 4:59, while Jacob Olechnowicz ran a 5:09 in the same event. This is a great accomplishment. Adam Coon broke two school records again. The new Shot-put distance is now out to 56â&#x20AC;&#x2122; â&#x20AC;? and the Discus record was set at 165â&#x20AC;&#x2122;11â&#x20AC;?. The *lads were at the Regionals this past Saturday (May 18) hosted by Williamston.

Fowlerville Boys Track Team loses to Owosso in dual meet The Fowlerville Boys Track Team lost to Owosso last Tuesday in a dual meet, 93 to 44, but saved its best race for the last. The *lads beat the 4;400 team of Owosso that had not lost in the CAAC Red Division yet this year. Relay members were Cameron Bronokowski, Galen Neuroth, Mason Litz and Tucker Gibbons. Other top three placers were Galen Neuroth Âą Âżrst in both hurdle events, Adam Coon Âżrst in the shot and discus, Corbyn Shaw Âżrst in the long Mump, Jakob .olleck 2nd in the 100 and 3rd in the 200, Tyler Burkhardt, 2nd in the 1600 and 3rd in the 3200, Mason Litz 2nd in the 400, and Cameron Bronokowski 3rd in the high Mump. The conference meet will be at Fowlerville this Wednesday.

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Fowlerville Tennis Team places fourth at league tournament The Fowlerville Girls Tennis Team Âżnished 4th at the CAAC Red Tournament held May 11 at Haslett. This Âżnish, coupled with the regular season results, leaves the Glads in 4th place overall. Earning honorable mention All Conference (Âżnishing 4th) was Paige Helms in the 2nd singles, Emily Harper in the 3rd singles, Whitney Myers/Cecelia Bronsberg in the 3rd doubles, and Nicole Winicki/Elana Gonzalez in the 4th doubles.

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The Lady Glads beat Lansing Eastern 2-0 to get their Âżrst victory of the season. It was Senior Night and a win was necessary. The Âżrst goal came with 6 minutes left to play in the Âżrst half from a free kick from Sarah Van Wynen. The Lady Glads controlled the majority of the play during the entire game, but struggled to Âżnish. Finally, goal number two came with a few minutes left in the game from senior captain Hannah Hegberg. Ashley Shooter controlled the defensive line squashing anything that was a threat. *** The Girls Varsity Soccer team fell 0-2 to Lansing Catholic Central. The Cougars led the Gladiators 0-1 at halftime. Second half got underway and the Lady Glads started to put more pressure on the Cougars, but couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t create any solid goal scoring opportunities. Lansing Catholic put another one in to end the game. Brooke Donal played well in net, keeping the Gladiators in the game with some great saves.

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Fowlerville graduate commissioned 2nd Lieutenant is U.S. Air Force On May 2, 2013 James DeNoyer, son of Brian and Stacia DeNoyer of Howell, Michigan was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in the United State Air Force. The ceremonies took place at the OfÂżcerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Training School at Maxwell Air Force Base Montogomery, Alabama. James is a 2004 Fowlerville High School graduate and a 2012 graduate of Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology as a commercial pilot. He has been assigned to Laughlin Air Force Base in Del Rio, Texas for undergraduate pilot training.

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FAMILY PACK

2

STAR RANCH CHOICE ANGUS BONELESS

FRANKS

$ 99

N. Y. STRIP STEAKS

4

2/$

1 LB. PACKAGE

LB.

A-1 STEAK SAUCE 10 OZ.

2.99

$

7

$ 99 LB.

EXCLUDES BEEF

BAR-S

ALEXANDER HORNING

FRANKS

STAR RANCH CHOICE ANGUS BONELESS

HAM STEAKS

99

2

NATURAL CHOICE BONELESS CENTER CUT

2

HOMEMADE

HOLIDAY FAVORITES

ECKRICH ASSORTED

SMOK•Y•LINKS 8.3 OZ. PACKAGE

BRATS SAUSAGES KABOBS DELI

DAIRY FRESH

DAIRY FRESH

MUENSTER CHEESE

3

$ 99

$ FRIED 1.00 CHICKEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

OUR OWN

LB.

Save

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50¢

COLE SLAW . . . . . . . .LB. . ... . . .

$

DEVILED EGG

1 $ 99 5 $ 79 2 $ 99 2

Save ¢ 50 LB.

POTATO SALAD . . . . . . . .

$ 99 ofSandwich the Week LB.

LB.

1

$ 99

CLUB

HAM, TURKEY, BACON

LB.

LB.

FRIED CHICKEN, PASTA SALADS, COLE SLAW, MEAT AND CHEESE TRAYS, SALADS FOR GRADUATION

BAKERY CRACKED WHEAT BREAD

199 $ 99 1 $ 79 3 $ 99 2

HALF GRINDER

3 $ 99 7 $ 99 3 $

99

+ TAX WHOLE GRINDER

PICKLED BOLOGNA OR RED HOTS

6 CT.

9

ASSORTED COOKIES . . . . . . . . . . . . ASSORTED CUPCAKES . . . . . . . . .

COOKIES, BROWNIES, CAKES, CUPCAKES AND ROLLS FOR GRADUATION

LB.

WE FEATURE CHOICE

STAR ANGUS 99 FRESHBEEF CUT DAILY

11

$ 99

$

PRODUCE

LB.

*SPECIAL ORDERS WELCOME

FRESH

BLUEBERRIES, RASPBERRIES, BLACKBERRIES

WHOLE RED, RIPE

WATERMELON

3

99

2

$

EACH

99

6 OZ. CTN.

SUB OR WRAP

ONION ROLLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 CT.

TENDERLOIN STEAKS

2.5 LB. JAR

$

3

$ 99

STAR RANCH CHOICE ANGUS BONELESS

+ TAX

SOUR DOUGH $ BREAD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6 CT.

KOEGEL’S

EXCLUDES BEEF

COOKED HAM . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 PIECE

5

4

¢ 70 LB.

19 OZ. PACKAGES

2/$

2/$ Save

BRATS OR SAUSAGES

12 OZ. PACKAGE

LB.

LB.

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SLICED BACON

$ 59

LB.

$ 29

LB.

BAR-S

PORK ROAST

$ 69

1

$ 49

LB.

NATURAL CHOICE BONELESS CENTER CUT

PORK CHOPS

2

3

$ 99

EXCLUDES BEEF

CHICKEN BREASTS

CHUCK TENDER STEAKS

1 LB. PACKAGE

¢

TYSON BONE-IN SPLIT

+ TAX

FRESH RED - GREEN -

ROMAINE LETTUCE . . . . . . . . FRESH

GOLDEN PINEAPPLES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DELMONTE ASST. 6 - 7 OZ. CUPS

99¢ $ 99 2 5/$ 5 2/$ 4 $ 99 1

FRUIT CUPS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CALIFORNIA

STRAWBERRIES

1 LB. CTN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

FRESH

RED POTATOES

5 LB. BAG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

EACH

EACH

FRESH

SWEET CORN

3

$

99

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FROZEN

499 2/$ 3 5/$ 10 $ 99 5 $ 79 2 2/$ 6 $ 29 6

ORE-IDA

$ FAMILY PACK ICE CREAM 4 QT. PAILS . . . . . . . . . .

OR ONION RINGS

PRAIRIE FARMS SHERBET QUARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

POTATOS 16 - 32 OZ.

2/$

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HOT OR LEAN POCKETS

MARIE CALLENDAR’S PIES 28 - 45 OZ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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SHURFINE YELLOW MUSTARD

NABISCO RITZ, TRISCUIT, WHEAT THINS, SNACK CRACKERS 6 - 15.1 OZ.

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2/$

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5

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2/$

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99

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1099

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2.99

$

$

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12

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99

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$ 99

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49

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7

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PRAIRIE FARMS TEAS 1/2 GALLONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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¢

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32 OZ. BTL.

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FREE

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5

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PRAIRIE FARMS

GATORADE

FRITO LAY

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BUY ONE, GET ONE

1

KRAFT PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE 8 OZ. BOX . . . . . .

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HOMESTYLE BREADS OR 8 CT. DELUXE HOT DOG OR HAMBURGER BUNS

$ 49

DAIRY FRESH SHREDDED OR CHUNK

3/$

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$ 99

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¢

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4

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Fowlerville High School offering physical night on June 11 Fowlerville High School will host a Physical Night on June 11 from 6pm to 7:30pm. Any junior high or high school student can get their sport physical for the upcoming 2013-2014 school year, as well as students participating in the Fowlerville Junior Football program. The physicals are $25. Students MUST have a parent signed CONSENT form. The CONSENT form and the PHYSICAL form are available on the Fowlerville Schools website, under the Fowlerville High School Athletics downloadable forms section.

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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. *** Announcing a Book & Movie Group: Adults. Do you like books and movies? Join us in an allnew program series. When you register for the series, you will receive your three books and read them at your leisure. On movie nights we will watch one of the movies, HQMR\ UHIUHVKPHQWV DQG EULHĂ \ GLVFXVV WKH ERRN DQG Ă&#x20AC;OP  *Materials are limited. Registration is required. Registration in person at the Circulation Desk beginning May 20th. *** Michigan Activity Pass: Formerly the Museum Adventure Pass program. This popular program is returning with nearly 60 state-wide arts and cultural organizations! Some cultural partners offer complimentary or reduced price admission; others, discounts in their gift shop or other exclusive offers for MAP pass holders only. Each Michigan Activity Pass expires within one week from the date it is printed. Library users with a valid library card can print a pass. Now this is entirely an online program that you can access online anywhere youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d like; including the privacy of your own home! For more information visit http://michiganactivitypass.info which will go live onMay 24, 2013. *** â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dig into Readingâ&#x20AC;? with the Summer Reading Program: Registration begins Wednesday, May 29th at 9:30am. Register in person only. There are Summer Reading Programs for all ages from 2-142years! Remember that there are limited seating for weekly programs, so if your child will not be attending regularly, please save that seat for a child that can attend weekly. While there is limited seating for weekly programs, there are reading only logs available for every resident of the Fowlerville School District area. *This program is intended for the residents of the Fowlerville School District Area. ***

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The following seniors from the Webberville High School Class of 2013 were named as the Top 10 in academic achievement. They, along with the rest of the class, will graduate this Thursday evening in Commencement Exercises to be held at the Spartan Center gym. The event begins at 7 p.m. *** Dakota Brown – Valedictorian Parents: Cam and Dave Brown Academic Achievements: National Honor Society President, Project Roots, Student Council. Extracurricular Activities: Spartan Sprockets Robotics. Community Service/Hobbies: Blood Drives, Karate, Reading, Writing Study: Attend University of Michigan to study English. Nick Webster – Salutatorian Parents: Debbie and Jim Webster Academic Achievements: National Honor Society, State FFA Academic Excellence, 4.0 GPA Award Extracurricular Activities: Band, Basketball, Drama, Choir. Community Service/Hobbies: Food drives, Farm Bureau Circle of Life, Highway Clean up. Study: Attend Calvin College to study Pre-Med. Owen Judd Parents: Sandy and Jeff Judd Academic Achievements: National Honor Society Vice President, FFA Academic Excellence, Williamston Rotary Club Student of the Quarter. Extracurricular Activities: Basketball, Football, Baseball, Project Roots, Student Council. Community Service/Hobbies: Welcome Table at St. Agnes Church, Food drives, Highway Clean up, volunteer at the Soup Kitchen, reading, and playing sports. Study: Attend Grand Valley State University study is Undecided. Sarah Decker Parents: Sherry and Ed Decker Academic Achievements: National Honor Society, Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizenship Award, Journalism Editor. Extracurricular Activities: Cheerleading. Community Service/Hobbies: Operation Christmas Cheer, Soup Kitchen, and Blood Drives Study: Attend MSU to study Business Management. Kayla Aldapa Parents: Brenda and Tom Aldapa Academic Achievements: National Honor Society, Student Council, FFA.

Extracurricular Activities: Cheerleading. Community Service/Hobbies: Toys for Tots, Operation Christmas Cheer, and Relay for Life. Study: Attend Grand Valley State University study is Undecided. Katelyn Shirk Parents: Mary and Dave Shirk Academic Achievements: National Honor Society. Extracurricular Activities: Drama and Choir. Community Service/Hobbies: Big Brothers Big Sisters, Howell Carnegie District Library Aid. Study: Attend Eastern Michigan University study is History Education. Shawn Byrne Parents: Beth and Kevin Byrne Academic Achievements: Culinary Arts and Hospitality, Outstanding student in language arts award, Restaurant Management 3rd in State. Extracurricular Activities: Drama, Choir, Football, and Wrestling. Community Service/Hobbies: Welcome Table at St. Agnes Church, Blood Drives, help with Fowlerville District library summer reading program. Study: Attend The Culinary Institute of Michigan study is Culinary Arts. Alyssa Arnold Parents: Julie and Doug Arnold Academic Achievements: National Honor Society, State FFA Award. Extracurricular Activities: Volleyball, and Softball. Community Service/Hobbies: Soup Kitchen, Toys for Tots, and Operation Christmas Cheer. Study: Attend Baker College study is Nursing. Beverlyn Salva Parent: Veronica S. Smith Academic Achievements: National Honor Society. Extracurricular Activities: Drama. Community Service/Hobbies: Robotics Club, Spanish Club, Blood drives, and drawing. Study: Attend Lansing Community College study is Registered Nurse and Interpreter. Kelsei Hull Parents: Joy and Todd Hull Academic Achievements: State FFA Award. Extracurricular Activities: Drama, Basketball, Volleyball, and Softball. Community Service/Hobbies: Toys for Tots, Epiphany Now, Food Bank. Study: Attend Baker College study is Nursing.

Capital Area Library Events May 20 – 26, 2013 Events WEBBERVILLE Creation Challenge (Ages 8 & up) Date: 5/22/2013 - Start Time: 3:15 PM Description: We challenge you to create something new with the random items we provide (while supplies last). *** Scrabble Club Adults - Date: 5/23/2013 - Start Time: 6:30 PM Description: Our informal club for adults welcomes players of all skill levels in a relaxed, low-key atmosphere.

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Email resume to : Suzi Slater, Elementary Principal sslater@webbervilleschools.org


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VILLAGE OF WEBBERVILLE 115 S. MAIN STREET ORDINANCE NO. 222 (Enacted May 14, 2013) AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 151.02 OF THE VILLAGE OF WEBBERVILLE CODE OF ORDINANCES The Village of Webberville ordains: Section 1. Code adopted. Pursuant to the provisions of the Stille-DeRossett-Hale Single State Construction Code Act, Public Act No. 230 of 1972 (MCL 125.1501 et seq.), the Michigan State Construction Code is hereby adopted by reference. Section 2. References in code. References in the Michigan State Construction Code to â&#x20AC;&#x153;Stateâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Michiganâ&#x20AC;? shall mean the State of Michigan; references to â&#x20AC;&#x153;municipalityâ&#x20AC;? shall mean the Village of Webberville; references to â&#x20AC;&#x153;local ordinancesâ&#x20AC;? shall mean ordinances of the Village of Webberville DQGUHIHUHQFHVWRÂłEXLOGLQJRIÂżFLDOV´VKDOOPHDQEXLOG LQJGLUHFWRUEXLOGLQJRIÂżFLDOEXLOGLQJLQVSHFWRURUWKH deputy of the Village of Webberville. Section 3. Administration and enforcement of state construction code act and code. The Village assumes and shall be responsible for administering and enforcing the single state construction code act, Public Act No. 230 of 1972 (MCL 125.1501 et seq.), and state construction code prepared and promulgated as provided in that Act (referred to in this chapter as the state construction code and act within the boundaries of the Village). Section 4. Code appendix enforced. Pursuant to the provisions of the state construction code, in accordance with Section 8b(6) of Act 230, of the Public Acts of 1972, as amended, Appendix G of the Michigan Building Code shall be enforced by the 9LOODJHEXLOGLQJRIÂżFLDOZLWKLQWKH9LOODJH Section 5. Enforcing agency. The Village building department, its building director, its FKLHI EXLOGLQJ LQVSHFWRU EXLOGLQJ RIÂżFLDOV LQVSHFWRUV administrative, plan review and inspection personnel DQGFRQVXOWDQWVHQIRUFHPHQWRIÂżFHUVDQGSHUVRQQHO and consultants of the Village building department that perform acts or provide services in the administration and enforcement of the state construction code and act, are hereby designated as the enforcing agency to discharge the responsibility of the Village to administer and enforce the state construction code and act. Section 6. Village council review. The Village council shall conduct the review for permit issuance pursuant to Section G104 of the state construction code Appendix G for any proposed GHYHORSPHQW LQ WKH 9LOODJH ZLWKLQ WKH Ă&#x20AC;RRG KD]DUG DUHDV GHOLQHDWHG RQ WKH Ă&#x20AC;RRG LQVXUDQFH VWXG\ ),6  DQGĂ&#x20AC;RRGLQVXUDQFHUDWHPDSV ),50V VHWIRUWKLQWKLV article. The Village council review will focus on whethHUGHYHORSPHQWLQWKHĂ&#x20AC;RRGSODLQVKRXOGEHSHUPLWWHG pursuant to Sections G301 through G701 of Appendix G based on compliance with state construction code UHTXLUHPHQWV7KH9LOODJHEXLOGLQJRIÂżFLDOVKDOOUHYLHZ and approve the building plans pursuant to the state construction code as part of the building permit issuance. Applications for variances from decisions made by the Village council shall be made to the Village ]RQLQJERDUGRIDSSHDOVSXUVXDQWWR6HFWLRQ*RI Appendix G. Applications for variances from decisions PDGHE\WKH9LOODJHEXLOGLQJRIÂżFLDOVKDOOEHPDGHWR the Village construction board of appeals pursuant to

Section G105 of Appendix G. Section 7. Fees. Permit, contractor registration and inspection fees for enforcement of the state construction code shall be as currently established or as hereafter adopted by resolution of the Village council from time to time. Section 8. Construction board of appeals. A Village construction board of appeals shall be created and consist of three members who shall be appointed by the Village council for two-year terms. The construction board of appeals is granted the powers and duties set forth in Public Act No. 230 of 1972 (MCL 125.1501 et seq.). Section 9. State law referenceâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;State construction board of appeals, MCL 125.1514. Section 10. Violations. Any person erecting, using, moving, demolishing, occupying or maintaining any building or structure in violation of state construction code or causing, permitting or suffering any such violation to be committed, shall be responsible for a municipal civil infraction, VXEMHFW WR WKH SHQDOWLHV VHW IRUWK EHORZ ,Q DGGLWLRQ any building or structure erected, used, moved, demolished, occupied or maintained in violation of this article is hereby declared to be a nuisance per se. Upon application to a court of competent jurisdiction, the court may order the nuisance abated or the violation, or threatened violation restrained or enjoined.  )LQHV 7KH IROORZLQJ FLYLO ÂżQHV VKDOO DSSO\ LQ WKH event of a determination of responsibility for a municiSDOFLYLOLQIUDFWLRQXQOHVVDGLIIHUHQWÂżQHLVVSHFLÂżHGLQ connection with a particular ordinance: D)LUVWRIIHQVH7KHFLYLOÂżQHIRUDÂżUVWRIIHQVHYLROD tion shall be in an amount of $75.00, plus costs and other sanctions, for each offense. E5HSHDWRIIHQVH7KHFLYLOÂżQHIRUDQ\RIIHQVHZKLFK is a repeat offense shall be in an amount of $150.00, plus costs and other sanctions for each offense.  (QIRUFHPHQW,QDGGLWLRQWRRUGHULQJWKHGHIHQGDQW determined to be responsible for a municipal civil LQIUDFWLRQWRSD\DFLYLOÂżQHFRVWVGDPDJHVDQGH[ SHQVHV WKH MXGJH RU PDJLVWUDWH VKDOO EH DXWKRUL]HG to issue any judgment, writ or order necessary to enforce, or enjoin violation, of this article. (3)Continuing offense. Each act of violation, and on each day upon which any such violation shall occur, shall constitute a separate offense.  5HPHGLHV QRW H[FOXVLYH ,Q DGGLWLRQ WR DQ\ UHPH dies provided for by the article, any equitable or other remedies available may be sought. D 7KH MXGJH RU PDJLVWUDWH VKDOO EH DXWKRUL]HG WR impose costs, damages and expenses as provided by law. (b)A municipal civil infraction shall not be a lesser included offense of a criminal offense or of an ordinance violation which is not a civil infraction. Section 11. Repeal. All ordinances inconsistent with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. Section 12. Effective date. This Ordinance shall become effective upon publication. Adopted at a regular meeting of the Webberville Village Council held on the 14th day of May, 2013. Ayes: Kelly, Ackerman, Norton, Lewis, Hitchcock. Nays: None. Absent: None. Rachel Piner Village Clerk Brad Hitchcock Sr. Village President 05-19-2013

WEBBERVILLE SCHOOLS DISTRICT NEWS

$WKOHWLF 'HSDUWPHQW 5DIĂ&#x20AC;H Âą Buy your rafĂ&#x20AC;e ticket and support Webberville athletes and athletics! All the proÂżts earned from the rafĂ&#x20AC;e will be used by the athletic department for needed equipment, facility repairs and basic costs to help keep our students involved in athletics. There will be 2,000 tickets sold with 80 prizes overall - which gives you a 1 in 25 chance of winning! There are a variety of prizes from a $50 gift card, one year of free gas, TVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, all the way up to a new car donated by Champion Chevrolet in Fowlerville! The tickets are $25.00 each. If you are interested in purchasing a ticket, please contact Sandy Judd at sjudd#webbervilleschools. org or 521-3447 ext: 340. The drawing will be held during our Sports Recognition Night on Wednesday, June 5. You do not need to be present to win. *** LTBF Memorial Day Run - The Lest They be Forgotten 5K run/walk and 10K run is on Monday, May 27, 2013. The entry fee for adults is $20.00 and for children under 14 it is $12.00. For more information contact Dan McCoy, Race Director, 517-468-1644, email: mccoy51#tds.net or visit our website at: http://www.webbervilleschools.org/funrun. You may also register on line at: http://www.active.com. *** Webberville Football Facebook Page Âą Stay up to date on the latest news regarding Webberville Football by viewing the teams new Facebook page. You can access the page through the district homepage under the Athletics tab, Information heading and then scroll down to the Facebook logo. You can also access it directly at https://www.facebook. com/WebbervilleFootball?reÂżd 17 Go Spartans! *** End of the School Year Âą There will be no school on Monday, May 27 in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. Students will have half-days on Thursday, May 30 and Friday, May 31. The last day of school is Friday, May 31.

WEBBERVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Fifth Grade Recognition Night Âą The Fifth Grade Recognition Night will be held on Monday, May 20 at 6:00PM in the elementary multipurpose room. *** Rocket Launch Âą The Âżfth grade will hold their annual rocket launch on Friday, May 24. The launch will take place in the parking lot between the elementary and secondary buildings. *** Field Day Âą Field Day will be held on Tuesday, May 28 for 1st Âą 5th grade students. The event starts at 8:30AM and will go until 10:30AM at the high school track. The tug-o-war Âżnale will be held at 1:00PM behind the Spartan Center. *** Newspaper Donations - W.E.S. collects newspaper donations. Papers may be dropped off at the front building entrance at 202 N. Main Street (top right of the steps) through May 2013. Please secure and stack the papers in heavy bags or boxes. Papers are picked up the last day of each month.

WEBBERVILLE SECONDARY SCHOOL

Middle School Academic Awards â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The middle school teachers will recognize students on Friday. May 24. The program will take place in the cafeteria starting at 8:15AM. Parents are welcome to attend. *** Graduation Ceremony Âą The Class of 2013 will hold their commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 23 at 7:00PM in the Spartan Center gym. *** Sports Recognition Night Âą Student-athletes who participated in a spring sport will be recognized on Wednesday, June 5. The program will take place in the high school cafeteria starting at 6:00PM. The winners of the athletic department rafĂ&#x20AC;e will be drawn at the end of the evening.


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Fowlerville Troop 333 Eagle Scout Jordan Jabara with parents Josephine and Jim Jabara.

Eagle Scout John Russo

Boy Scout Troop 333 honors three who earn rank of Eagle Scouts

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Fowlerville Boy Scout Troop 333 is recognizing the three young men that made it to the rank of Eagle Scout. Justin Jabara, who just Âżnished his sophomore year at MSU, Lyman Briggs College achieved the highest scouting rank in 2011 with a soccer related project. While he was the goal keeper of the High School varsity team he erected, with the help of the community, a Ă&#x20AC;ag mast at the varsity soccer Âżeld. John Russo, who is a High School senior this year, completed his Eagle project in 2012. He, assisted by his father Rich Russo (assistant scout master), his friends and the Boy Scout troop 333 under leadership of Scoutmaster Jim Jabara, restored the historic Eisele Cemetery near Bull Run Road. The cemetery was in great disarray with the head stones in big chunks on the ground. A new foundation was created for each broken gravestone and the huge granite blocks were carefully put together in their original shape. On a chilly January Sunday earlier this year the whole team including younger scouts Jeff Williamson and Jamie Jabara drove to inner city Detroit to completely rebuild the handicap ramp of a charity called World Medical Relief. This project was approved to be the Eagle Scout project for Jordan Jabara, who is also a Fowlerville High School senior. The community of Fowlerville has beneÂżted greatly from the services of the Boy Scout troop 333. For years the scouts and their parents diligently assisted with the Red Cross Blood Drive, carrying the truckload of equipment and supplies up the stairs of the Fowlerville Methodist Church

Area Deaths

5/11/2013 - Hay & Straw / Small Animal Auction Auctioned Item Square Hay

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52

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Robert E. Bohm, Jr. Robert E. Bohm, Jr., age 62, of Fowlerville, died Saturday May 11, 2013 at home. He was born Nov. 24, 1950 in Mt. Clemens to Robert E. Bohm, Sr. & Kathryn (Cantrell). He married Franka (Ballard) in Lansing in 1979. He owned Bobâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tire & Auto Service in Brighton and loved WRĂ&#x20AC;VKKXQWDQGJDUGHQ%REHQMR\HGKLVJUDQGNLGVWUDFWRUV and pontooning. Surviving are his wife: Franka, son: Nathaniel (Lindsey) Bohm, daughter: Carmen Akers, 5 grandchildren: Austin, Ryan, Skilar, Ella and Gracie, his mother: Kathryn Bohm and 2 sisters: Julie (Jeff) Wurges and Linda (Chuck) Morris. He was preceded in death by his father: Robert Sr. Visitation was held last Wednesday, May 15 at 2/42 Community Church, 7526 Grand River, Brighton with the Memorial Service taking SODFHDWSP3DVWRU.HOOH\5XQLRQRIĂ&#x20AC;FLDWHG$UUDQJHPHQWV by Niblack Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to Cancer Research. www.niblackfuneralhome.com

Eagle Scout Justin Jabara

and into the Red Cross vehicle. The troop, chartered by the Fowlerville Rotary Club, also carried the Ă&#x20AC;ags for the annual Christmas parade and helped to set up and tear down the tables and chairs in the barn on Sherwood Road for the annual Ă&#x20AC;y-in breakfast and reÂżlled perhaps thousands cups of coffee each year. Jean Russo, John Russoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mother, credits the successful scouting career of the boys to the inspirational leadership of Scoutmaster Jim Jabara, who is also an Eagle Scout. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Only 4% of all boy scouts make it to Eagle and the fact that one small troop produced three is amazingâ&#x20AC;?, she says. The scouts say that they will forever remember the fun they had together while hiking, canoeing, swimming and the summer trips to Camp Hiawatha in the UP.

Vincent James â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Jimâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Magnone

Vincent James â&#x20AC;&#x153;Jimâ&#x20AC;? Magnone, age 87, of Fowlerville, died Monday May 13, 2013. He was born May 3, 1926 in Marion Center, Penn. to Frank & Rose (Muto) Magnone and married Grace LaTourette on Aug. 4, 1951 at St. Clements Catholic Church in Dearborn. He was a veteran of the US Army in WWII and a member of St. Agnes Catholic Church where he was an usher. Jim was a barber and avid golfer, bowler, baseball fan and gardener. Surviving are his 5 daughters: Janis (James) Orleman of Canton, June (Frank) Maurer of Fowlerville, Linda (Garry) Dolecki of Williamston, Donna Stitt of Dearborn Heights and Gina (Kevin) Newell of Dexter, 13 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife: Grace and son- in-law: Daniel Stitt, 2 brothers and 6 sisters. Mass of the Christian Burial was held 11 a. m. on Thursday, May 16, at St. Agnes Catholic Church with )U /RXLV (NND RIĂ&#x20AC;FLDWLQJ  ,QWHUPHQW ZDV LQ 0W 2OLYHW Cemetery, Fowlerville. The Rosary was recited at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday at the Niblack Funeral Home Dillingham Liverance Chapel. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. www.niblackfuneralhome.com

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Equestrian Therapeutic Riding Program The horses at the Wylie Farm are getting ready for this summerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s therapeutic riding program. Classes start June 4th and run through July 18th every Tuesday and Thursday from 6:00 p.m. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9:00 p.m. Tuesday we need approximately thirty volunteers and Thursday we need approximately Âżfteen volunteers. There will be no classes the week of July 4th. All volunteers need to attend our Orientation on May 30, 2013 from 6:30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 8:00 p.m. at the Wylie Farm at 5450 Emmons Road, Fowlerville. No experience with horses is necessary, but you must be 14 or older to assistance with this program and have the experience of a lifetime. When you become a volunteer your heart will be Âżlled with warm smiles from watching and helping these riders grow and learn by riding horses. Come help teach balance, conÂżdence, strength, and Ă&#x20AC;exibility to our riders. At the same time youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll get the satisfaction of knowing how much you are helping these young riders learn self-conÂżdence. Without volunteers, the young riders will not be able to ride. Hope to see you at Orientation May 30, 2013. For more information contact Kathy Black at 517-5180927 or e-mail at kcblack@fnwusers.com MSU Extension

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