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Dear Fowlerville Baseball Family, Thank you for inviting Josh to be part of the team. To Coach Hanna, Coach D, Coach H, Coach E, Mr. Osborn, all coaches, every player and family member, we want to make sure each of you know how much we appreciate your kindness and inclusion of Josh into this wonderful experience and baseball family. Josh loves baseball, and for him to be part of the team has been exciting and rewarding on so many levels. We understand and appreciate the effort and years of preparation that it takes to have these players grow as a team, and we appreciate him being welcomed so warmly. The experience could not have made us more proud to be part of this community. Each time a player or coach included him by the daily welcome calls of his name, rubbing his head, asking him to dance, listening to his pep talks, throwing the ball around, or giving up their coat when he was cold, each time was noticed and brought happiness to him, and for that we are grateful. The outstanding character and values these young men displayed daily in all interactions with Josh brought us such happiness. We look forward to being the teamâ€™s greatest supporters next year. Sincerely, The Botruff Family
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Sunday, June 22, 2014
Sherry Holmes ending 23-year teaching career with Fowlerville Schools
Sherry Holmes is ending a 23-year teaching career with the Fowlerville Community Schools. She has been teaching Âżrst graders at Smith Elementary and prior to that sheâ€™s also taught second grade. â€œI also was an instructor at the Fowlerville Co-op Preschool for Âżve years,â€? Sherry noted. She grew up in Dearborn Heights and then attended Groves High School in Birmingham. Attended Michigan State University and Eastern Michigan University and then later earned a masterâ€™s degree from Mary Grove University. â€œI like helping little children blossom and thatâ€™s what Iâ€™ve enjoyed the most about teaching,â€? she said. As for whatâ€™s changed since she started, Sherry said that â€œnot a lot of kids are still kids,â€? adding though that â€œparents still want the best for their kid.â€? Sherry and her husband Doug have two children: Nate and Amy along with three grandchildren and two more â€œon the wayâ€?. She listed quilting as a hobby and plans to spend more time with her family during retirement. â€œThank you Fowlerville,â€? Sherry added. â€œI have loved teaching your children.â€?
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Gail Martin ending 38-year career at Fowlerville Community Schools Gail Martin, a teacher at Smith Elementary, is retiring after 38 years with the Fowlerville Community Schools. She has been teaching the 1st/2nd grade multiage program that she created with Sandi Ploude 19 years ago. Prior to that she taught nine years in special education with Âżve of them in the resource room and four in a self-contained learning disability room, and 1 years in a tradtional Âżrst-grade classroom. Gail grew up in Williamston. During her high school years, she was involved in cheerleading, band, Pep Club, the Future Teachers Club, and American Field Service. â€œI was also an exchange student and lived in France,â€? she said, â€œand I was a host sister during our senior year to Klaus Jossen (a brother) from Switzerland.â€? She attended Michigan State University and earned a bachelorâ€™s degree in Elementary Education both for the regular classroom and the visually impaired and then obtained further certiÂżcation to teach the /earning Disabled. She also has a masterâ€™s degree from Marygrove University in â€˜The Art
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By Cheryl Poch With summer in full swing at the Fowlerville Library, I thought it would be a good idea to â€˜refreshâ€™ your memory of hours open, services, etc. So here goes. The library is open Monday through Thursday from 9:30 am to 7:00 pm. Friday 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. We have a HUGE BLUE book drop right outside the library door for you to return your library materials. When the library is open the box is locked while after hours it is open for your convenience. You may go online to renew your materials, call us on the phone and we will renew your items or just stop by the library and we will take care of it at the circulation desk. Having your library card with you when you come to visit us is a real necessity. We need your library card to check out ALL materials. If you do not have a library card â€“ all we ask is that you present some form of ID â€“ driverâ€™s license with current address, mail that has come to your home address, etc. Library cards are FREE to all those who live within the Fowlerville School District. If you are out of district â€“ it will cost $50.00 to use or library or check out materials. The library is FREE to all who enter â€“ you can sit and read magazines, books, use
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Fowlerville council changes ordinance on appointing a village manager By Steve Horton The ordinance on how a village manager is appointed was changed at last Mondayâ€™s Fowlerville Council meeting to give council the authority rather than the president. The change, noted Village Attorney David Stoker, reĂ€ects whatâ€™s actually Eeen done in the past. +e noted that
historically a committee has usually Eeen picked to Eegin the search process and narrow the Âżeld oI candidates. At that point the Âżnalists have Eeen interviewed Ey the entire council and then a decision is made. As it turned out, the Village charter dealing with a village manager states that the president has the authority to recommend an appointment with the council either agreeing or disagreeing. â€œThe charter says the council will employ a manager,Â´ Stoker noted, â€œEut it only gives council a Âľyesâ€™ or Âľnoâ€™ vote rather than having them involved in the process. â€œThe new ordinance does not e[clude the council Irom having the president handle the screening and interviewing and making a recommendation,â€? he pointed out, â€œand the president would still Ee part oI the process as a memEer oI council.â€? Village President Wayne Copeland, who is now serving as the manager, noted that in the past a committee has overseen the search Ior a new manager. The discrepancy came to light after the May 19 meeting when all six trustees voted to vacate the manager position, thus relieving Copeland oI those duties. Copeland was the lone Âľnoâ€™ vote. The motion also included language that the Village clerk, .athryn Arledge, Ee appointed to handle the managerial duties with -ohn McCurdy, the Villageâ€™s Âżnancial consultant, assisting with oIÂżce administration. A study oI the charter Ey Stoker aIter the meeting indicated that council could vacate the position, Eut only Copeland, as president, could recommend the appointment oI a new manager and that he had up to 90 days to do this. Also, when council appointed him as a part-time manager and DPW supervisor, his pay as president was increased to $2,000 a month. This pay increase is in eIIect until aIter the 1ovemEer General Election when the
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The Great Foodini to be featured speaker at Fairâ€™s Ladies Day on July 21 ,I you love Iood and Iun, Fowlerville Family Fairâ€™s /adies Day on -uly 2 is an event you do not want to miss. This yearâ€™s speaker is The Great Foodini, Rene Chodkowski. She will Ee demonstrating how to prepare a delicious gourmet recipe and answer audience Tuestions. ,t will Ee a uniTue and Iun presentation. The Great Foodini and goodies Eags are sponsored Ey rd District Judge Theresa Brennan. Judge Brennan has Eeen a resident oI /ivingston County Ior years and she is a graduate oI +owell +igh School. The lunch will Ee sponsored Ey David .uehn, Village oI Fowlerville Trustee. David is a liIelong resident oI /ivingston County and is a Iormer educator. Desserts Ior this event are complements oI Mary +elIman, Village oI Fowlerville Trustee and owner oI A- Rental. We hope to see you at the Eest celeEration Ior ladies in Livingston County.
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Fowlerville Junior High School News Important Dates 6chedule Sick uS for returning studentsThurs. $ugust st 6th grade oSen house Tues. $ugust 6th 1ew 6tudent 2Sen +ouse Tues. $ugust 6th First 6tudent 'ay Tues. 6eSt. 3icture 'ay Fri. 6eSt. th *** BOX TOPS 3lease send in Bo[ ToSs for (ducation The si[th grade is collecting for technology needs in our classrooms. *** TESTING OUT For those that signed uS for Testing out remember the dates to test are: Aug 6th:ork 'ay Aug 8th 25 Aug. thTesting dates at :am *** REMINDERS FROM THE ATHLETIC DEPT. 6tudents in *rades 6 8 are encouraged to check out the many athletic camSs offered through Community (ducation. 6th graders are reminded that they can run C5266 C281T5< ;C in the fall...so get in shaSe by Mogging swimming SarticiSating in other Shysical activities over the summer. 352-(CT(' 6TA5TI1* 'AT(6 F25 F-+ 6325T6: . Tuesday 6eSt. : C5266 C281T5< ;C
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Cleary University announces Deanâ€™s List honors for spring 2014
Cleary 8niversity has announced its 'eanâ€™s /ist for 6Sring . To be on the list undergraduate students must be enrolled in a minimum of credit hours and maintain a grade Soint average *3A of . or higher. Cleary 8niversity www.cleary.edu is an indeSendent notforSroÂżt multicamSus sSeciali]ed business university committed to the betterment of society through the success of its alumni and their emSloyers to oSerate as a role model of resSonsible business Sractice to embrace Tuality management SrinciSles innovation and an attentive customer focus and to asSire to a better future. Clearyâ€™s mission is to Srovide a Sractical aSSlicationbased education which eTuiSs students to advance their careers. Area students on the list include: FO:/(59I//(: Carl Chr]anowski .ayla 5odgers -esse 6oriano 1icholas 6Sraggins -ennifer 6tevens and Todd Tarnowski . +O:(//: 6ean BaMas 5obert Barclay Allison Beaver Allison Corcoran (rin 'evet Brandy *alea+ertrich 'aniel *arland Brandi *i]inski Christie *ondek /indsey +ayes -effrey +umShries 0atthew -efferson 0elanie -oyce -essica .err 6heryl .rey 'anielle 0a]]onne .yndra 3alinkas (rin 3elowski -agaSunt 5oMboonsongsri 0ary 6Syres 'avid 6warthout (ric Tumbarella 0ichael 9oories Ale[is :hatcott and 0aria :oolford.
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Gail Martin, continued of Teaching.â€™ â€œI was motivated to teach the blind after reading a book aboXt +elen .eller when I was in the Âżfth gradeÂ´ said *ail. â€œ:hat I enMo\ most aboXt teaching are the children seeing them grow getting their hXgs and helSing bXild their self esteem.Â´ $s for what has changed since she started *ail said there are more demands on classroom instruction and many more assessments. 6he has two sons 5yan age who served in the 8.6. $ir )orce and is now an older student whoâ€™s hoSing to get into an occuSational theraSy Srogram and Trevor age who works at a bank in Chicago. â€œBoth of them are Fowlerville graduatesÂ´ she noted. *ail said that she enMoys camSing travelling and sSending time with her *reat 'anes. â€œIâ€™m Slanning to take a triS to 6wit]erland ne[t yearÂ´ she noted. â€œI will also be camSing and maybe start a new career. :hen you make new Slans life haSSens.Â´
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FHS Band is looking for host families
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The Fowlerville High School Band is looking for host families willing to house students from Germany this coming September. The Big Band and Choir from the MarkgraeĂ€er Gymnasium in Muellheim, Germany are visiting Fowlerville from Sept. 14-17. The ensembles consist of 63 students, aged 14-18. If you are interested in hosting one or more students, please contact Bill Vliek (band director at the high school) at vliekw@fowlervilleschools. org or (517)599-4291. Thank you, in advance, for your hospitality.
Michigan House Report Cindy Denby, 47th District
I know most of us will be spending as much time as possible outside during the summer to make up for this past winter â€“ but the increased rain and snow we experienced recently can mean that low-lying areas have lots of mosquitos. Livingston &ounty recently released some tips to continue to ÂłÂżght the bite,â€? and itâ€™s a good reminder for us all. Here are some of the personal prevention tips the Livingston Department of Public Health (LCDPH) has shared: --Always use insect repellents when you go outdoors. For children, apply products with less than 30 percent DEET. --If the weather permits, long sleeves, long pants and socks can act as mosquito repellant. Repellant can also be sprayed onto clothes for an extra layer of bug protection. --Dawn and dusk are peak mosquito biting hours, so make sure to take extra care during these times. --Standing water attracts more mosquitos. Make sure to clear standing water around your home regularly. Standing water can be found in pet water dishes, Ă€ower pots, pool covers and birdbaths just to name a few. --Make sure all screens are in good condition to keep the mosquitos out of your house. If you have air conditioning this can also help keep the bugs outdoors. For more on mosquito bite prevention, visit http://www. cdc.gov/westnile/prevention/ or call the LCDPH at (517) 546-9850. *** Summer thunderstorms are quite common, in fact twothirds of all lightning strikes occur in June, July and August. Lightning is a very underrated weather hazard, but it is more deadly than both hurricanes and tornadoes in the United States. While lightning is serious, if you take the right precautions it is nothing to be afraid of. Below are some tips to stay safe during an electrical storm. --Outdoors is the worst place to be during a lightning storm. When lightning is seen or thunder is heard, you should quickly move indoors or into a hard-topped vehicle. --Make sure to check weather reports before heading out on the water, to a golf course or any other outdoor activity. --If you hear thunder, seek shelter as quickly as possible. Avoid open areas, large trees and metal objects Lightning can be serious but if the proper precautions are taken and you are aware of your surroundings, it is not too much to worry about. I hope you Âżnd these tips helpful. Pure Michigan summers really shine and I hope you are able to enjoy the great weather and outdoor activities we have this summer. *** If you have any questions or need assistance with any state issues, please contact me toll free at 866-828-4863or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fowlerville News & Views â€“ Sunday, June 22, 2014 â€“ Page 7
Upcoming Programs at the Fowlerville District Library
CONWAY TOWNSHIP SYNOPSIS OF MEETING APPROVED MINUTES MAY 20, 2014 Motions: 1. Call to Order 2. Approve agenda. 3. Approve minutes of April 15, 2014 Board meeting 4. Enter into closed session to discuss oil/gas drilling operations with attorney 5. End closed session. Return to open session 6. Decide whether to move forward with moratorium on oil/gas drilling at this time 7. Contract with Grounds Crew for seasonal landscape services 8. Approve funds for Fowlerville Road rehabilitation project 9. Approve funds for Owosso Road project 10. Approve treasurer report as presented 11. Township attorney to prepare policy for public comment at meetings 12. Approve disbursements as presented 13. Adjourn meeting Meeting adjourned at 9:45 pm. Next meeting July 15, 2014 at PLEASE NOTE: TIME 7:00 pm. Complete minutes are available at the Conway Township Hall during reguODU RIÂżFH KRXUV 1 )RZOHUYLOOH 5RDG Fowlerville, MI 48836 Cindy Dickerson Conway Township Clerk 6/22/14
The Howell Rotary Club is excited to announce the annual Tour de Livingston Kick-Off Event on Sunday, June 29 during the Michigan Challenge Balloonfest. Cyclists will meet in front of the Livingston County Courthouse and enjoy the sights and sounds of Howell during this amazing event! Registration begins at 6:45am; Ride begins at 7:00 a.m. This Ride is FREE to the Public. ,QFK Riders who participate may +DQJLQJ choose from two different %DVNHWV rides. Either a 28-mile ZDV Howell/Marion Township 12: loop or for those who would like a shorter route there is a 12-mile loop through the city $OO)ORZHUV UV of Howell. All riders will make their Âżrst stop to watch the balloons Ă€y in to the site of the Michigan Challenge Balloonfest and will receive a commemorative Tour de Livingston water bottle. *Note: This is an 23(1'$<6 unsupported ride.
Livingston County Genealogical Society holding meeting on July 10
The Livingston County Genealogical Society is holding its meeting on Thursday, July 10, at 7 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, 1230 Bower St., Howell. The topic is â€˜Connecticut Researchâ€™. For more information, call 810-227-7745.
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All Programs are intended for Fowlerville School District residents only unless otherwise stated. Registration usually opens 2 weeks prior to the event. Follow us on Facebook & www.fowlervillelibrary.org. *** Euchre Evening at the Library: Monday, June 23rd at 5:30pm Adults. Join us for fun while you refresh your memory of this card game, learn to play, or hone your skills! All levels of expertise are welcome! Register yourself or a team. *Registration required. Register to attend at 223-9089. *** Summer Reading Program: Programs start June 24th & 25th Registered attendees. Mrs. Dâ€™s Pre-School groups meet Tuesday 10 & 11. The Teen Group meets Tuesday 2:30-3:30. Kids grades K-5 meet Wednesday at your registered group time. *** Late Afternoon Movie Festival: The Empire Strikes Back Tuesday, June 24th at 4pm Teens 6th-12th grades. Enjoy a free movie with friends, along with popcorn & a beverage! Come for the Summer Reading Program and stay for a movie OR preregister to attend. Seating is limited to 20 participants. *Registration is open. Register to attend at 223-9089. *** Read to Duchess: Wednesday, June 25th at 11:00 Come â€œSpark a Read-Actionâ€? with Duchess! Duchess is a certiÂżed therapy dog who loves to have kids read to her. Reading to Duchess is a great way for kids to grow more conÂżdent in their reading! *Drop-in program. *** â€œAbout A Boyâ€? Summer Book and Movie Group: Thursday, June 26th Movie starts at 6:30pm Adults. <ouâ€™ve read the book now join us for the Âżrst movie of the summer series! The movie starts at 6:30 pop, and light movie style refreshments will be served. *Registration is required for this program. Register in person at the Circulation Desk.
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Margaret Ellen (Robb) Kovacic Margaret (Marge) Kovacic, a long-time resident of DeWitt, died on June 16 surrounded by her family at the Hospice House in Lansing following a brief battle with cancer. Loving wife, mother, grandmother and day care provider, Marge spent her entire life caring for and serving others. The seventh of eight children born to George & Jean Robb, she was born in Howell, Michigan on November 25, 1957. She grew up on the familyâ€™s dairy farm in rural Fowlerville and was active in 4-H, FFA and enjoyed cheerleading for the Fowlerville Gladiators. In 1975 she met her husband Mike Kovacic at a youth leadership conference at Michigan State University, and they were married on July 29, 1977. They began their life on the family dairy farm in partnership with her parents. In 1978, the couple moved to Charlotte and eventually settled in DeWitt when the oldest of their three sons entered elementary school. During their time in DeWitt, Marge was active in the Catholic Community of St. Jude, serving on numerous committees and assisting with parish life. Her interests included family, gardening, reading, needlepoint and boating. She and Mike spent many summers exploring the Great Lakes on their boat â€œEscapeâ€?. Marge is survived by her husband of 37 years, Mike; her sons: Joe (Mary Claire) and their two children Zoe & Mike of Madison, Wisconsin; Nicholas (Marie) and their daughter Shannon of Wheaton, Illinois and Stephen of Clawson, MI. She is also survived by Âżve sisters, two brothers, 16 nieces & nephews and numerous â€œMargeâ€™s kidsâ€? who were part of her extended day care family. The funeral mass was celebrated at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, June 20, at the Catholic Community of St. Jude, 801 N. Bridge Street in DeWitt. The rosary was prayed during the visitation at 8:30 p.m, June 19, at Gorsline Runciman Funeral Homes in DeWitt
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Audrey Lynn Boldt, age 79, of Fowlerville, died Wednesday, June 18, 2014. She was born June 10, 1935 in Toledo, Ohio to Carlton and Genevieve (Taylor) Boldt. She was a teacher, librarian and button dealer and a member of St. Johnâ€™s Lutheran Church. She was active in the Prayer Shawl and Care & Share Ministries, Personal Needs Pantry, Knit Wits knitting group, the Family Impact Center and Addison Farms Condo Board Member. She was also a member of the Michigan Button Society-May Flower Button Club. She enjoyed playing euchre, gardening, and traveling. Audrey was active in jail ministry and Mission House. She was the best pie maker ever. She cooked everything from scratch. She loved the outdoors and good long walks. She was an environmentalist and enjoyed antiques and history. Surviving are her 3 children 'iane Wiley of SpringÂżeld, Missouri, Matthew (Karen) Wiley of Brighton and Catherine (Rich) Womack of Lake Orion and 7 grandchildren: Annabel Wiley, Alexander Wiley, Sean Womack, Brice Womack, Erin Womack, Avery Womack, and Gaven Womack. Services will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Monday, June 23, at St. Johnâ€™s Lutheran Church with Pastor 'iane Greble ofÂżciating. Visitation is on Sunday, June 22, from 2- 6 p.m. at Niblack Funeral Home, Dillingham Liverance Chapel. Memorial contributions may be made to: Personal Needs Pantry at St. Johnâ€™s Lutheran Church, Mission House or Lutheran Social Services. www.niblackfuneralhome.com
Robert F. Kelava Robert F. Kelava, age 69, of Fowlerville, died Tuesday June 17, 2014. He was born Sept. 14, 1944 in Grand Haven to Frank J. and Magdalen (Foppin) Kelava and married Betty Vorenkamp in Grand Haven on Dec. 27, 1967. Bob worked for the State of Michigan Treasury Department and attended the Fowlerville Church of the Nazarene. He enjoyed vintage cars and sports. Bobâ€™s greatest source of pride was his children and grandchildren. Surviving are his wife: Betty, son: Joseph (Andrea) Kelava of Fowlerville and daughter: Cindy (Steve) Cowen of Leesburg, Va., 2 grandchildren: Madison Cowen and Brenden Robert Cowen, and a brother: Jim Kelava. Services were held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 21,at the Fowlerville Church of the Nazarene with Pastor Gary GrifÂżn ofÂżciating. Arrangements were handled by Niblack Funeral Home, Dillingham Liverance Chapel. Memorial contributions may be made to Fowlerville Church of the Nazarene. www.niblackfuneralhome.com
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Conway Board turns cemetery YandaOLsm oYer to SrosecutorÂśs oIÂżce While members of the Conway Township Board expressed a desire to have four teen-agers make restitution and perform community service as their punishment for vandalizing the Benjamin Cemetery, they decided to turn the matter over to the /ivingston County 3rosecutorÂśs ofÂżce The incident occurred on 0ay , the 0emorial 'ay weekend (leven monuments and grave markers were knocked over 2ne of the monuments was broken and another was cracked The cemetery is located at the corner of North Fowlerville and 6herwood 5oad, across from the township hall All of the teens were male, with one being 18 years old and the other three being minors They are recent graduates of Fowlerville +igh 6chool â€œWe wanted them to be punished for what they did and to learn a lesson from it,â€? said Township Clerk Cindy Dickerson, â€œbut we did not necessarily want them to have a criminal record We felt that a meaningful community service, not a slap on the hand, would be the most appropriate sort of punishment The reality, however, is that all of the board members have other jobs We are part-timers here at the township, and no one had the time to supervise the community serviceâ€? The decision was made at last TuesdayÂśs -une 1 meeting It came after the board heard comments from some members of the public who wanted it turned over to the prosecutor, heard the apologies from the boys who were in attendance with their families, and then went into closed session for about minutes to discuss the matter with the attorney Dickerson said that the board weighed the options between â€œwhat we can do, what we would like to do, and what we are able to doâ€? and Âżnally decided that turning the matter over to the prosecutor was the â€œmost realistic oneâ€? While the decision on what to do is now out of their hands, township ofÂżcials plan to offer their input to law enforcement ofÂżcials and the court The township board also selected a bid for just under , to Âżx the damaged monuments â€œThe four families have already said that they would pay the cost,â€? noted Dickerson â€œAnd the four boys have volunteered to help at the cemeteriesâ€?
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OFFICE HOURS Administration 2fÂżce-- Âą pm Counseling 2fÂżce-- Âą pm *** -une 6ummer school starts -une Begin testing out assessments *** Testing out tests - Students MUST take the exam during the summer school time period -une Âą -uly , except the week of -uly , AM Session - 1 am 3M Session 11 - pm (xams CANN2T be taken outside the summer school dates and times (nter the B wing doors and check in the counseling ofÂżce *** Summer School registration continues until seats are full DAT(S -une - -uly Monday Âą Friday No school -uly th week /2CATI2N Fowlerville +igh School Computer /abs A and B, enter B wing entrance TIM(S AM Session - 1 am 3M Session 11 pm C2STS Deposit per Ă˛ credit 5efunded upon successful completion of each course 5(*IST5ATI2N 5egistration
Exhibitors invited to take part in Howell Opera House Art Show & Sale The Livingston Arts Council is hosting its 10th Annual Art Show and Sale on August 1, 1 and 1, 01 on the Âżrst Ă€oor of the Howell 2pera House, 1 W *rand 5iver, Howell The annual Art at the 2pera House Show and Sale, held during the Howell Melon Festival, is a perfect location for the artists to exhibit their work, rain or shine Booth space is limited set up is August 1 from 00 Âą 0 pm A discount for space is offered to students and Livingston Arts Council members The Art Show and Sale is a mixed media event that includes Âżberleather, pottery, painting, jewelry, metalwood, photography, and sculpture Cash and ribbon awards will be presented For booth reservations, fee information, and an application, call the Howell 2pera House, 1000 Space can also be reserved immediately on the website, www howelloperahousecom
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Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held July 7, 2014 at 7:00 pm at the Conway Township Hall, 8015 North Fowlerville Road, Fowlerville Mi 48836, to consider a variance request: Steve Hanna is asking for a variance on his west property line from the required twenW\ÂżYH IHHW WR ÂżYH IHHW VHWEDFNV 3URSHUW\ located at 9609 N Nicholson Road, Section 17, Parcel ID 4701-17-200-006, in an Agricultural/Residential Zoning District of &RQZD\7RZQVKLS According to Conway Township Zoning 2UGLQDQFH 6HFWLRQ - 5HTXLUHG Setbacks for Detached Accessory ResidenWLDO%XLOGLQJVDQG6WUXFWXUHV,I\RXZRXOG like a copy of this Section you can contact the Conway Township Hall during regular business hours on Tuesday hours of 9 am WRSPDQG:HGQHVGD\DPWRSP2U you can view it on our website under the 3ODQQLQJDQG=RQLQJVHFWLRQ This notice is published in accordance to the Conway Township Zoning Ordinance and it is the intent of the Zoning Board of Appeals to make a decision at this meeting RQ-XO\ All interested persons are invited to attend and offer comments on the requested YDULDQFH Cindy Dickerson Conway Township Clerk (6/22/14 & 6/29/14)
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Fowlerville, MI STAR RANCH CHOICE ANGUS BONELESS
U.S.D.A CERTIFIED 90% LEAN
EYE OF ROUND STEAKS OR ROASTS
FRESH GROUND ROUND Family Pack
U.S.D.A. CERTIFIED 70% LEAN FRESH
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$ 29 GRADE A BONELESS
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Bill Spencley’s Homemade Professionally Seasoned Fresh & Smoked
SAUSAGES BRATS JERKY DELI
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199 $ 99 2 $ 99 6 $ 29 2
RYE OR MARBLE $ RYE BREAD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BISCUITS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Inch
CHERRY PIE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Count
ONION ROLLS . . . . . . . . . .
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B.L.T. 1 1.00 $499 $ 99 1.00 3 4
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SUMMER SAUSAGE ORIGINAL OR BEEF
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12 OZ. PKG.
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PATTIES, STRIPS, HASH BROWN PATTIES NIBBLERS
HAMBURGER 6 Count OR HOT DOG SHORTCAKE
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COUNTRY STYLE SPARE RIBS
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OSCAR MAYER FULLY COOKED
Carolina 70¢ DAIRY FRESH SMOKED OR OVEN LB. $ ROASTED TURKEY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FRESH GROUND BEEF
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KRAFT CHUNK OR SHREDDED CHEESE 8 OZ.
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PRAIRIE FARMS ORANGE JUICE OR CHOCOLATE MILK GALLONS . . . . . PRAIRIE FARMS GREEK YOGURT 4 - 6 OZ. . . . . . . . . KRAFT PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE 8 OZ. PKG.. . . . . . . KRAFT CHEEZ WHIZ 15 OZ.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . REDDI WIP WHIPPED TOPPING 6.5 OZ. . . . . . SHURFINE ENGLISH MUFFINS
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EL MONTEREY BURRITOS OR CHIMICHANGAS . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12 -14.5 OZ.
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12 OZ. . . . . .
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OLD ORCHARD FROZEN LEMONADE
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8 OZ. . . . . . . .
.3 - 3.9 OZ.
PAM NO STICK COOKING SPRAY
SHURFINE WHIPPED TOPPING
COUNTRY TIME, KOOL-AID OR
28 - 45 OZ.
EXCLUDES LASAGNA AND MANICOTTI
NORTH STAR 12 CT. ICE CREAM SANDWICHES OR 6 CT. ICE CREAM CONES . . . . . . . . . . .
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Second graders earn 100-Points or More in Advanced Reading Seven second graders in Mrs. June Mauerâ€™s class at Smith Elementary earned 100 points or more in Advanced Reading. â€œThis is the most students ever,â€? said Mrs Mauer. From left to right are Mason Munsell, Tara Peterson, Grant Kargel, Isaiah Beach, A.J. Kitchen, Mackenzie Kelly & Kaitlyn King.
Gregory youth receives scholarship from The Community Theatre
The Community Theatre of Howell (CTH) is pleased to announce that 19-year-old Zachary Hines of Gregory has been awarded the 2014 Lanny F. Davis Memorial Scholarship. Hines says he acquired his love of performing after appearing in HONK! in 200 his Âżrst CTH show. Through the years since, he has appeared in many productions including Alice in Wonderland, Mulan, School House Rock, The Wedding Singer, and The Little Mermaid. The $300 grant will allow Hines to continue his love of theater as he begins a course of study at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. CTH presents scholarships up to $300 to graduating seniors who intend to pursue a major in a 2-year or 4-year performing arts (acting, directing, design, technical, dance, vocal, instrumental performance, teacher of the performing arts, videoÂżlm production, or management) curriculum. The award is named in honor of Lanny Davis, a long-time and beloved member of CTH, who passed away in 2011.
Crossroads United Methodist
Crossroads United Methodist Church invites crafters to sign up for a booth at the churchâ€™s 4th annual Fall Craft Show planned from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, November 15. The church is located at the corner of Haslett and Zimmer roads, north of Williamston and east of Haslett. Early reservations are encouraged due to a limited number of booths available. This year there will be a variety of sizes and charges for booths. Only hand-made crafts will be accepted; no commercial vendors. Lunch will be available for purchase on site. The craft show is sponsored by Crossroads United Methodist Womenâ€™s Unit. Please call 517/655-1286 or email the church at ofÂżce@ crossroadsofwilliamston.org.
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Kreeger Elementary School News
Important Information for the 2013- 2014 School Year Summer 2fÂżce +ours Summer hours at Kreeger will be 7:00 a.m. â€“ 2:30 p.m.. The ofÂżce will re-open August 4th. Please call 517-223-6006 if you have any questions *** Future 6th graders The Fowlerville Jr. High School will be sending enrollment packets to all incoming students from Kreeger Elementary. You should expect a packet the week of August 18, 2014. If you have change of address during the summer please notify the JH ofÂżce at 517.223.6202. The 6th Grade Open House is scheduled for August 26, 2014 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. You will be able to tour the JH building and meet your childâ€™s teachers. To pick up his/her schedule at the 6th Grade Open House, you will need to bring 2 documents from the packet with you: 1. Your childâ€™s ENROLLMENT sheet Make corrections and sign the back. 2. AUP-Technology permission form Student & parent both NEED to sign Parent MUST: Circle areas of consent. Areas not circled will not be activated. Questions: Please call Mrs. Nygren @ 517.223.6202
Campbell receives endorsement of Right to Life of Michigan
Phil Campbell, Mayor of Howell and Republican candidate for the State House race in the 47th District, has received the endorsement of Right to Life of Michigan for his â€œcommitment to the protection of human life, born and unborn.â€? â€œI am honored to receive the Right to Life endorsement,â€? said Mayor Campbell. â€œFor me, the right to life is paramount. All our Constitutional liberties presuppose this one fundamental principle â€“ the right to be born. If this basic right is not guaranteed, no other right is safe or meaningful.â€? The 47th District encompasses western and northern Livingston County. The seat is currently held by Representative Cindy Denby (R-Handy) who ends her tenure this fall due to Michiganâ€™s term limits.
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Webberville Garden Club members exhibit at recent Iris Show at MSU Webberville Garden Club had four members exhibiting at the 47th Annual Iris Show at Michigan State University on Saturday May -anice Wheeler tooN a Âżrst Slace -ody 5oyce tooN a second Slace and her daughter -essica Modert tooN a second Slace 7his was with their single sSecimen iris in the horticulture division. -ulie +ath tooN a Âżrst and third Slace in the Artistic 'esign
Julie Hath 'ivision with both awarded Soints and she received the %est 'esign of Show with her Âł7he Moons and StarsÂ´. Webberville Junior Garden Club member Cassie Bosworth exhibited in the youth design division with her design ÂłSolar System )antasyÂ´ and she Slaced Âżrst and tooN the Best 'esign of Show for the youth. She is the daughter of 1icN and Jeannie Bosworth and also the niece of Julie Hath ,so the family Sretty much sweSt the show of all the toS awards in Artistic 'esign. Congratulations to the Garden Club members!
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Flying Aces Pro Frisbee Team (All ages) 'ate 4 Start 7ime a.m. 'escriStion Watch out for Ă€ying objects! )eats of aerial dexterity highlight this show Âżlled with amazing )risbee tricks. Senior Reminiscing Series (Adults) 'ate 4 Start 7ime S.m. 'escriStion Join us at the Williamston Senior Center on the last 7hursday of the month to share memories of the good old days. 7oday 7he Great 'eSressionÂ˛5eĂ€ect on an era when times were hard, and the only way to survive was to Sitch in and helS one another. *Further Adventures with Harry Potter (Ages 9-16) 'ate 4 Start 7ime S.m. 'escriStion (xSlore more of the Harry 3otter Universe with quizzes, readerâ€™s theater, charades and magical Harry 3otterthemed crafts. 7oday 7he 7ales of Beedle the Bard. *5egistration required call 7. Police K9s: How Does the Nose Know (Age 12 & up) 'ate 4 Start 7ime 4 S.m. 'escriStion /earn how detector dogs are trained, how their noses work, and what they are trained to Âżnd. 7hen see a demonstration with an ofÂżcial Solice detector dog. Magic Show 'ate 4 Start 7ime a.m. 'escriStion 3oof! Whenever BafĂ€ing Bill aSSears, magic and excitement are sure to follow. 7his year he brings us the Âł)izz, Boom, 5eadÂ´ magic show, Âżlled with incredible illusion and Slenty of fun.
Senior Spotlight-- Dylan Goke
By Haylie Moran 'ylan Goke has been attending Webberville Schools for nine years. He is the son of Jon and Kathleen Goke, and has two brothers, Ryan, who graduated from Webberville in , and 7yler, who is in th grade. Goke has surely helSed make a Sositive mark on Webberville Schools. Calculus teacher, 7ravis Brown, said, Âł'ylan is indeSendent and comSletes work on a regular basis.Â´ He was also Gokeâ€™s strength and conditioning teacher, and added, ÂłIn the weight room, Goke is just as indeSendent and has shown great imSrovements in his strength and Âżtness.Â´ Goke has been a hard worker throughout high school. Âł'ylan was great to have around in the calculus room he helSs his Seers understand the work with his questioning,Â´ Brown said, ÂłHe also has a great sense of humor, which will be missed.Â´ Gokeâ€™s future Slans includes either joining the Air )orce or going to college to study Âżnancial management. He is unsure of where he wants to attend school. Goke says that his favorite thing about Webberville was all of the friends that he made, esSecially fellow seniors, Josh Burroughs and Josh )riddle. Âł'ylan has a fantastic sense of humor,Â´ Burroughs said, ÂłI will miss sSending quality time with my best friend.Â´ Gokeâ€™s advice for underclassmen is ÂłGet your work done on time and have fun while you can.Â´
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Is a new Social Security card in your cards? By Vonda VanTil, Social Security Public Affairs Specialist To help combat the rising threat of fraud and identity theft, Social Security will no longer issue Social Security number printouts beginning in August 2014. If you need written conÂżrmation of your Social Security numberÂ˛perhaps your new employer needs YeriÂżcationÂ˛and you canÂśt Âżnd your Social Security card, you can apply for a replacement. The question is - do you really need a replacement? In most cases, you donÂśt need your card as long as you Nnow your number. For all intents and purposes, your number is your card. Usually providing your number and identifying information is enough. In the event you really do want or need a replacement card, either for yourself or for a child, you can Âżnd all of the details you need at www.socialsecurity.gov/ssnumber. The â€œSocial Security Number and Cardâ€? page provides information on how to obtain a replacement card and what speciÂżc documents you need to provide. Need a Social Security card for your new baby to claim him or her as a dependent on your tax return or to apply for government or social service beneÂżts? In most cases, an application for your newbornÂśs Social Security card and number is taNen in the hospital when you apply for your babyÂśs birth certiÂżcate. If not, you can request one for your child the same way you do for yourself. Whether you need a Social Security card for yourself or your child, itÂśs easyÂ˛and freeÂ˛to apply for one. %ut consider whether a new Social Security card is really in the cards for you. It may be that your â€œcardâ€? is already with youÂ˛in your head. While youÂśre at our website, open your free my Social Security account at www.socialsecurity.gov/myaccount. It can help you plan for retirement, checN your earnings history, request your Social Security Statement, and more. Learn more about your Social Security card and number at www.socialsecurity.gov/ssnumber. *** Retirement is a big decision It is always important to thinN about your retirementÂ˛ whether itÂśs right in front of you or looming on the hori]on. When is the right time for you to retire? Choosing when to retire is an important decision, but it is also a personal choice and one you should carefully consider. There is no one-si]e-Âżts-all answer. Social Security offers a list of factors to consider in the publication, When to Start Receiving Retirement %eneÂżts, available at www.socialsecurity.gov/ pubs. Social Security provides two top-rated online tools to help you plan for your retirement. First is the Retirement Estimator, which gives you immediate and personali]ed retirement beneÂżt estimates. The Retirement Estimator is convenient and secure, and lets you create â€œwhat ifâ€? scenarios. For instance, you can change your â€œstop worNâ€? dates or expected future earnings to create and compare different retirement options. If you have a few minutes, you have time to checN it out at www.socialsecurity.gov/estimator. Another great tool is your own my Social Security account. +ere you can get instant estimates of your future beneÂżts and verify that your earnings history is correct with your own, free my Social Security account. Visit www.socialsecurity.
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Grass Lake Sanctuary (GLS) is proud to announce its 4th annual season of LifeBalancing Womenâ€™s Wellness Retreats for breast cancer survivors! For the past four years, GLS has been recognized for their trans-formative wellness retreats for breast cancer survivors. Each Life-Balancing Womenâ€™s Wellness Retreat provides 3-days of exploration and renewal and takes place on the 145-acre Grass Lake Sanctuary Nature Preserve. Participants will rejuvenate and de-stress in the company of powerful peer relationships and participate in heart-opening experiences of yoga, art, Nia, healing massage, and healthy food, all amidst the beauty of nature. Christine Morgan, a lymphatic drainage specialist who works with women recovering from breast cancer and cocoordinator of the retreats, says, â€œResearch on the past four years of GLS Womenâ€™s Wellness Retreats has shown that bonding and sharing stories with other survivors, and receiving the heartfelt compassion and nurturing touch of our Womenâ€™s Wellness staff, all within the beautiful healing presence of Grass Lake Sanctuary, is powerfully
From left, Al Chritz, Jon Clark, and Anita Chritz, Nadia Freeman, FBA administrator and Sherry Pardee, owner of Sweet Sensations and chair of the Fatherâ€™s Day Basket promotion. Jon, the winner of the basket, submitted his name for the drawing at Sweet Sensations. Al & Anita Chritz are his grandparents. He attends Stockbridge Middle School and entered with the hope of winning it for his father, Ted Clark.
Please help the FBA show gratitude to the following participants for making this yearâ€™s FBA Fatherâ€™s Day Basket an enormous success! A very special â€˜Thank Youâ€™ goes to Sherry Pardee of Sweet Sensations who aptly orchestrated and displayed the basket in her storefront window. Thank you for your contributions & participation in this event!
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transformative in helping breast cancer survivors release trauma and re-enter their lives with joy and ease.â€? GLS founder Brenda Morgan, PhD encourages all survivors to beneÂżt from the retreats â€œWhether you completed treatment twenty years ago or this year, and, regardless of your Âżnancial situation, we believe every woman deserves this opportunity for a deeply healing retreat experience.â€? Full and partial scholarships are made possible through the generosity of the Mid-Michigan $fÂżliate of Susan G. .omen Foundation for the CureÂŽ and GLS donors. If you would like to register, visit http://womenswellnessatgrasslake.org or call 734-408-1552. GLS is a 5013C non proÂżt located in Manchester, MI on 145 acres of sprawling natural habitat. The mission of GLS is to help people re-establish a sense of life balance through a deeper connection to nature by providing dynamic retreat experiences and programs focused on nature, relationship building, creativity from the heart, foods for health, destressing and rejuvenation services. Retreat Dates: July 25-27 & August 8-10. Registration information available online: www. grasslakesanctuary.org For questions or additional information please contact: Christine Morgan, Womenâ€™s Wellness Director email@example.com or 561-352-6318.
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Volunteers & work sites needed for United Wayâ€™s â€˜Day of Caringâ€™
Your summertime fun can make a huge impact on your community when you include the Livingston County United Wayâ€™s 13th annual Day of Caring in your plans. Day of Caring â€” the largest single-day volunteerism event in Livingston County â€” will be held Wednesday, August 20. Piet Lindhout of Lindhout Associates Architects chairs the event and points to the power of the community in making a difference for individuals, agencies and businesses through the Day of Caring. â€œThe culture of caring is alive and well in Livingston County as evidenced by the enthusiastic outpouring of help we see each year,â€? shared Lindhout. â€œFor a one-day event to bring together so many people doing a wide variety of repairs, painting, gardening and more is just great. Seeing our local businesses sending teams of employees during their work day to give back to the community really warms my heart.â€? Over the years the community service â€œblitzâ€? has grown substantially with last yearâ€™s event logging over 1,300 volunteer shifts at 107 different work sites that ranged from small household repairs, yard cleanup, painting, harvesting and weeding at community gardens, food drives and more. You can register as a group or individual, and select your preferred shift and type of work you are willing to do. The day is split into shifts: morning (8:30 â€“ noon) and afternoon (1:00 â€“ 4:30), or the entire day. A picnic lunch for all the hard-working volunteers will be held at the Howell City Park. Anyone can recommend a work site. Perhaps you have a neighbor or friend who needs e[tra help at home. 1onproÂżts love Day of Caring for getting special jobs done. Proposed work sites will be reviewed and TualiÂżed by the Livingston County United Way Day of Caring Committee. Some of the projects completed by volunteers in 2013 included: --Home and yard maintenance at 65 individual homes, including seniors and others with health-related challenges --Over 12,900 meals were delivered to area seniors and shut-ins --20 cases of personal care items and 1,774 pounds food were collected --475 pounds of produce from community gardens for local food pantries and meal programs.
--1,300 backpacks were Âżlled with school supplies to assist children to be better prepared for school --A special Âżeld day Âżlled with games, activities and entertainment for 25 local disabled individuals --Assembling over 1,500 child-care conference training packets. Plus, the St. Joseph Mercy Livingston Hospital Health Fair was held in conjunction with Day of Caring and offered free cancer, hearing and oral screenings, cholesterol checks, heart risk assessments, and more. Complete details and online registration is available at the new Day of Caring website at www.lcdayofcaring.org. Or call 810-494-3000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Livingston Sheriff Dept. hosting Cadet Academy on August 25-29 The Livingston County Sheriffâ€™s Department is hosting their Cadet Academy this summer, August 25 thru 29. The Academy is for young adults ages 14-21 who have a strong interest in Law Enforcement. The Academy will provide an opportunity for cadets to experience the responsibilities and functions of law enforcement Âżrst hand. During the weeklong academy, the Cadets will learn how to process a crime scene and prepare a case for a mock trial. They will have an opportunity to go through a Âżrearms simulator and experience a SWAT team demonstration. There is also a scheduled presentation from Police .-9 ofÂżcers, DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration), Livingston County Dive Team, Medical Examiner Investigator, 911 operations and the Michigan State Police. Uniforms and Lunch are provided during the 40 hour academy. At the completion of the Academy the Cadets will also have an opportunity to join the Cadets Post which meets on a regular basis throughout the year. The Cadet Post competes in Paint Ball Competitions and an Annual State Competition in which the Cadets put their training and skills up against other Posts from around the state. Cadets attending the Post are also eligible to do ride-alongs with the Livingston County Sheriffâ€™s Department. For more information please contact Deputy Neff at 517540-7984, email@example.com or go to the LCSD cadet web site. http://www.livgov.com/sheriff/Pages/Cadet.aspx
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Concerts at the Courthouse Summer Concert Series Begins July 4
Williamston Theatre closes out their 2013-2014 Season with â€œa bangâ€?
The ever-popular Concerts at the Courthouse outdoor summer series begins Friday, July 4, on the Livingston County courthouse lawn, downtown Howell. The Premier Big Band, an 18-piece dance band offering professional-level entertainment, will kick-off the concert series at 7:00 p.m. The Concerts at the Courthouse series is a free, familyfriendly entertainment venue and program hosted by the Livingston Arts Council. A variety of talented musicians will take center stage every Friday night throughout the summer with rock, jazz, folk, blues and classic tunes. The 2014 concert sponsors are the Robert W. and Maxine C. Parker Foundation, Scully-Monroe Agency, and Heart of Michigan. Ice cream, hot dogs, drinks, and popcorn are available on site by the Howell Kiwanis Club. 2014 Schedule: July 4-- The Premier Big Band Howellâ€™s Own Big Band July 11-- Lookinâ€™ Back Bob Seger Tribute July 18-- Steve King and the Dittilies Detroitâ€™s Club Band July 25-- Air Margaritaville Jimmy Buffett Tribute
Mid-Michiganâ€™s award winning professional theatre company, Williamston Theatre, located at 122 S. Putnam Street in downtown Williamston, presents The Big Bang, Music by Jed Feuer with Book and Lyrics by Boyd Graham. Performances begin Thursday, July 10 and run through Sunday, August 17. Tickets for this outrageous, musical comedy are now on sale. The Big Bang begins with Âżve Preview performances starting Thursday, July 10 at 8PM. During the Âżrst four Previews audience members will have the opportunity to take part in the process of creating a show by participating in a talkback session with the director following each performance. The OfÂżcial Opening 1ight is Friday, July 18 with the show scheduled to run through Sunday, August 17. Performances will run Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at eight oâ€™clock and Sunday matinees at two oâ€™clock with additional three oâ€™clock matinees on Saturdays starting July 19. Have you ever wanted to invest in a Broadway musical? Jed and Boyd need your cash! In this outrageous musical comedy, two wanna-be tycoons are desperate to line up funding for their new project, The Big Bang, so theyâ€™ve set up a â€œbackersâ€™ auditionâ€? and youâ€™re invited. With a cast of hundreds, the overblown extravaganza theyâ€™ve written is the biggest thing Broadway has ever seen, and depicts the entire history of the world! From the formation of the planets right through the most important events to ever happen: Adam and Eve! The Pyramids! Cher! Will Broadway ever be the same? This zany song-and-dance romp will leave you breathless!! The cast of The Big Bang consists of Matthew Gwynn (Five Course Love) and Zev Steinberg. The Director is Rob Roznowski (The Understudy).
Outdoor Worship service being held Sunday, June 29 at Fowlerville home Trinity PlainÂżeld 8nited Methodist Churches invite you to an Outdoor Worship service on Sunday, June 29, at 10:30 a.m. at the home of Duane & Sue Herbert, 3832 Bradley Rd, south of Coon Lake Rd. Join us as we fellowship with one another and praise God! Music will be provided by the Livingston Circuit Alternative Worship Praise Band. Following the worship service you are invited to stay for a potluck supper. Any questions please call the church ofÂżce 517-223-9601. We will not have our regular worship services at the churches that day. Feel free to worship at either church the following Sunday: Trinity 8MC at 9:30 am, 8201 Iosco Rd, Fowlerville and PlainÂżeld 8MC at 11:15 am, at 17845 M-36, Gregory.
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ÂľThe Angels Are 1EAR 8sâ€™ Relay for Life team will be hosting a garage sale on Thursday June 26 thru Saturday, June 28. All proceeds with go to the Relay for Life of Fowlerville. The sale will be held at 339 Pinewood Dr. in Fowlerville on Thursday 9-4, Friday 9-4 and Saturday 9-12.
Crossroads United Methodist Church holding VBS on July 28-31
Kids and parents, save the dates! Crossroads 8nited Methodist Church will present its 2014 Vacation Bible School Monday-Thursday, July 28-31, at the church, corner of Haslett and Zimmer roads north of Williamston and east of Haslett. Theme of this yearâ€™s VBS is â€œWorkshop of Wonders: Imagine and Build with God.â€? Through crafts, games, drama, Bible study and music, kids will use their hearts, minds and imaginations to participate in the creative life of God, the one who works wonders. Crossroads VBS is open to kids aged 3 through 5th grade. Doors will open each evening at 5:45 p.m., followed by dinner at 6. Each eveningâ€™s sessions will close at 8:30. For registration information and more details please contact the church at 517655-1466, email at ofÂżce# crossroadsofwilliamston.org, and see the website at www. crossroadsofwilliamston.org.
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of a downtown. She noted that Howell and this courthouse are excellent examples of that objective Providing the closing remarks was Pat Convery, president of the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce. Following the ceremony, those in attendance had the opportunity to tour the Historic Courthouse as well as enjoy the free ice cream and other treats and listen to the music of â€˜Just Around The Cornerâ€™.
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125th anniversary of Livingston County Historic Courthouse held on June 14 A ceremony celebrating the 125th anniversary of the Livingston County Historic Courthouse was held on Saturday, June 14, drawing a large crowd. The courthouse was built in 1889, the second one to occupy the site in Downtown Howell. It was designed by Albert E. French, a Detroit architect, and its main structural components include brick, Ohio blue stone, and slate. It was noted in the program that these materials were selected for their durability. In May of 1976, a special millage was held to provide the necessary funds to restore the building. The measure passed by only 142 votes. The :illiam .essler and Associates Âżrm was then commissioned to oversee the ensuing renovation work. Restorations was done to the interior which consists of oak woodwork, bra]e hardware and marble Ă€oors. The effort included the restoration and recreation of the original colors and decorative paintings. While additional county facilities have been built since that date, the Historic Courthouse is still home to the ofÂżces of the clerk, treasurer, and the register of deeds and the courtroom is used by visiting judges. Phil Campbell, mayor of the City of Howell, served as master of ceremonies. Other highlights included the Ă€ag raising and wreath presentation by Boy Scout Troop #367 and Girl Scout Troop #42049, the singing of the National Anthem by Jennifer Nash, the county treasurer, the invocation by Pastor Howard Soehl of the First Presbyterian Church in Howell, and the Introduction of Guests by Carol GrifÂżth, chair of the Livingston County Board of Commissioners. Proclamations were also read by State Senator Joe Hune of
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