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In front is Coach Bret Shrader. First front row of seniors from left to right are: Seth Sherman, Servando Garcia, John Cavender, Zach Wietecha, Jason Ludwig, Travis Tolbert, Mitch Limonoff, Justin Lard, and Jakob Kollek. Second row, in the back from left to right are: Jake Shroyer, Wyatt Elzerman, Court Langham, Jordan Klebba, Matt Inman, Mike LaGrow, Kyle Moulton, and Austin Harvey. Photos by Jim Jagdfeld.
High School sports season now underway Fall sports season for the area high school teams is now underway. Fowlerville varsity football team opens its season this Thursday evening at Brigham Field while the varsity volleyball team launched its schedule this past Saturday and will host a tournament this Thursday at the high school. See previews of the football and volleyball From left are Olivia Roedel, a team captain; Alyssa LaPlante, a team captain; head teams inside this issue. coach Michelle Hardenbrook, assistant coach Emily Williams; Savannah Molner, a senior; and Tesa Brake, a captain and senior.
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Fowlerville News & Views â€“ Sunday, August 25, 2013 â€“ Page 3 volume peak? (a) 2006 or (b) 2010 OK now for the answers: #1 is b 2.4 billion #2 is a China China has348 million subscribers, followed by the U.S. with 219 million. #3 is c The U.S. is around 15%. And last but not least #5 is a 2006 Email took over and now email is slowly losing its high ranking status also. There you have it â€“ another entertaining tidbit to share at your ne[t social event Or twitter, or face book, on your smartphone...and the list goes on I personally do not own a smartphone â€“ maybe someday but not today I have trouble just answering my cell phone right now â€“ I tend to â€˜cutâ€™ people off when they are calling in on my phone...hmm...maybe I do need a smart phone or just a smarter person answering it when it rings my favorite song Till next week: â€œEach day comes bearing its own gifts. Untie the ribbonsâ€?
By: Cheryl Poch The INTERNET...who could survive without it? Probably not a whole lot of people since EVERYTHING is on the internet. Want to know how to canoe down the Au Sable? How about knitting those favorite pair of socks for Grandma? Or better yet, how do you make German Potato Salad? You can Âżnd it on the internet So letâ€™s take a look at some Internet Facts found in one of my library journals called Information Today: 1- The current number of internet uses worldwide is: (a) 1.7 billion or (b) 2.4 billion? (Answers will appear at the end of this article) 2- Which country has the greatest number of smartphone users? (a) China or (b) India Shocking it isnâ€™t the United States 3- Which country has the highest percentage of users who indicate that they share â€œeverythingâ€? or â€œmost thingsâ€? online? (a) South Korea (b) The U.S. (c) Saudi Arabia 4- On average, how many photos are shared online worldwide every day? a. More than 5 million or (b) More than 500 million 5- In what year did the U.S. Postal Serviceâ€™s â€œsnail mailâ€?
Oak Grove United Methodist Women are making their delicious beef pasties this September. Beginning Tuesday, September 3, they will take orders until Friday, September 13 or when the limit is reached. Cost is $4 each and the proceeds go to support the mission work of the United Methodist Women. To place an order, call 517-548-3818 or 517-5483859 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, phone number & quantity. Pasty order pick-up date is Thursday, September 19, 12-7 p.m. at the Oak Grove United Methodist Church, 6686 Oak Grove Road, Howell (5 miles north of M-59).
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Fowlerville Junior High School News Important Dates 6TH Grade Open House Aug. 27 New Student Orientation Aug. 27 First Day of School Sep. 3 Sports Practices Begin Sep. 4 School Pictures Sep. 5 Fundraiser Kickoff Sep. 17 Welcome Back Dance Sep. 20 Homecoming Football Game Sep. 27 *** DATE/TIME CHANGEâ€Ś..In an effort for students to be able to meet their teachers, we have changed the time that was previously posted. New 6th graders (from Kreeger Elementary) will have an orientation meeting August 27, 2013 @ 5:00 p.m-7:30 pm in the JH auditorium. *** NEW STUDENT OPEN HOUSEâ€Ś..Tuesday, August 27, 2013 from 5-7:30pm. This will be an opportunity for new students to tour the building, practice lockers and pick up their schedule. *** 6TH GRADERS...take note; You may run CROSS COUNTRY for FJH this year! A physical is required; practice begins Wed., Sept. 4, 2:30-4:30. Coach Michele Burt in Room D8 can answer your questions. Come on out & be part of the Gladiator running team; get in shape, have fun, & meet new people. For most competitions, 6th graders will run 1 1/2 miles; some invitationals may have you run 2 miles. *** NO ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION FEES FOR FJH ATHLETICS THIS YEAR! Thank you school board for this action. *** VG RECEIPTS: VGâ€™s â€œCash for Classâ€? program where paper grocery receipts are collected & submitted for payment will END on Saturday, August 31. Anyone currently collecting receipts should immediately submit the receipts to the program they have supported. Supporters are encourage to register their â€œYESâ€? card on line, indicating the group they wish their donations to go to...after 8/31/13. Register the card at www.myyesrewards.com if you wish to continue supporting FJH athletics. Log into your account, click
â€˜manage accountâ€™ tab & link our group (FJH Athletics) under the â€˜Cash for Classâ€™ portion of the screen. IF you do not yet have a â€œYESâ€? card, please register & get one ASAP. Thank you for your support in the past. *** PHYSICALS: physical cards are required for ALL FJH athletic participation. A physical is good for the entire school year. A Community Ed football physical is good for FJH athletic participation during the year. *** PRACTICE/TRYOUTS FOR 7TH & 8TH VB begin on Wednesday, Sept. 4; practice is from 2:30-6:30; CROSS COUNTRY practice begins Wednesday, Sept. 4 from 2:304:30. Be sure to dress for the weather. *** FJH PARENTS SHOULD EXPECT TO VOLUNTEER & ASSIST THE ATHLETIC BOOSTERS AT THEIR MANY ACTIVITIES DURING THE YEARS. Help is always needed!!! Fall concessions for the high school athletic events will be having sign ups soon. Be ready to say â€œYESâ€? or contact the FHS athletic ofÂżce if you can help in any way. Monies raised by the boosters help all athletes, Grades 7-12.
A Note from the Fowlerville Transportation Department Welcome 2013 â€“ 2014 School Year! We are very proud of the safety record of our school buses and the professionalism of our transportation team. We are deeply committed to the safety of your child as well as all of our communityâ€™s children. We ask for your help and support as we provide the very safest, consistent bus service that we can. Please read the Transportation portion in your studentâ€™s handbook to familiarize yourself with the policies and review the expectations with your child. We want to make your childâ€™s bus ride safe and positive. If an issue arises that makes your child feel unsafe at the bus stop or on the bus ride, please contact us at the transportation department rather than trying to discuss it with the driver at the stop. Following this procedure will keep the bus moving and allow the driver to maintain focus on trafÂżc and on the other students in her/his care. Additional questions may be answered by calling our ofÂżce at 517-223-6122. Thank you for your support, Fowlerville Transportation Department
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Follow us on Facebook & www.fowlervillelibrary.org. Registration usually opens 2 weeks prior to the event unless otherwise noted. Fall Newsletters: will be delivered Wednesday, August 28th. Watch your mailboxes! *** Fall Technology Series at the Library: Monday Sept 9th & Sept 16th at 5:30pm Registration for all technology classes is limited. Must be in high school or older to attend. Register in person at the library. There is a $5 refundable cash deposit per class due at registration. Registration opens August 26th. Sept 9th: Intro to Kindle Fire or Tablets This class is intended for ANDROID USERS ONLY. We will go over the basic settings & uses. Your device must be registered, charged and ready to use. *Device required for class. Sept 16th:Intro to eBooks @ the Library This class will cover the basics of navigating the â€œMagic Wallâ€?, downloading & setting up your Blio Account, creating your account for the â€œMagic Wallâ€? and checking out one book via a laptop. *Requirements for this class are a device that can download apps such as; Kindle Fires, most tablets, or iPads, and knowledge of basic setting and uses of your device. Device & Fowlerville District Library card required at class. *** From A to Z with Mrs. D: Tuesdays or Wednesdays 10am or 11am This innovative high quality toddler/preschool program is geared towards children ages 2-4. Learning is done through theme-based, hands-on activities led by Mrs. D. Classes begin September 24.*Registration begins September 10. Register to attend the entire school year. Register in person at the Circulation Desk. *** â€œWrite Out Loudâ€? Adult Writing Group: Wednesdays 2:30-3:30pm Starting Sept 11th Adults. Bring a 1-2 page work of writing to share each week or bring a short piece to work on in this 10-week session. Or simply enjoy the on-the-spot writing games that we play during the session.*Register to attend at 517-223-9089. Registration begins Wednesday, Aug 28th. *** Lego Club: Wednesday, Sept 11th at 4pm Kids 4yrs-5th grade. Listen to a story, be inspired, and build a Lego creation! *Spaces and materials limited. Register to attend at 517-223-9089. Registration begins Wednesday, Aug 28th. *** ArtPrize â€“ One Manâ€™s Perspective: Thursday, Sept 12th 6:45pm Adults. Join Drew Prosch-Jensen as he shares his experiences,
and four original ArtPrize works, as well as his many photographs of previous yearsâ€™ entries. *Register to attend at 517-223-9089. Registration begins Wednesday, Aug 29th. *** â€˜Stache Bash: Friday, Sept 13th 5-8pm Teens 6th-12th grades. Join us for our Âżrst after-hours teen event of 2013-2014! Weâ€™ll have super-silly mustache fun while making mustache themed projects, enjoy a â€˜photo boothâ€™ & watch a funny movie! Pizza, pop, and snacks provided. *Register to attend at 517-223-9089. Registration begins Wednesday, Aug 30th. *** Fall Book Sale: Saturday, Sept 28th 10am-2pm Our gently used Youth and Teen books need new homes! Take your favorite books home for a small donation of 50 cents/book. Proceeds will go towards expanding the Youth, Teen, and eBook collections. We will be hosting a similar sale for adult books in the future.
Kreeger Elementary School News Jason Miller, Principal Important Information for the 2013- 2014 School Year 8/23/13 -Class list for the 2013-2014 school year were posted on the front door at 3:30 p.m. 8/27/13 â€“ Kreeger Open House 5:00-7:30 p.m. /3/13 â€“ Students Âżrst day of school Kreeger start time 8:50 a.m 9/25/13 â€“ Kreeger Picture Day *** Box Tops, VG Receipts, Campbell Soup Labels Remember to keep collecting Tyson A+ labels, Vgâ€™s receipts, and Campbellâ€™s labels, in addition to Box Tops! *** Meijerâ€™s Community Rewards and Target Program Kreeger Elementary is enrolled in the Meijerâ€™s Community Rewards Program. When you apply for a Meijerâ€™s Credit Card or Meijerâ€™s Guest Card, be sure to use the Kreeger number 199139. The Meijerâ€™s Corporation supports schools by returning a portion of qualiÂżed customer purchases to the school! When using the Target program remember to mention Kreeger Elementary. Remember, â€œEvery little bit helps!â€? Thanks for your support.
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Fowlerville News & Views â€“ Sunday, August 25, 2013 â€“ Page 7
Michigan Senate Report By Joe Hune, 22nd District
Back-to-school tips for students and parents Another school year is just around the corner, and soon our children will be busy doing homework, catching up with old friends and meeting new ones. 7he Âżrst priority is that students get to and from school safely. That is why I want to remind both drivers and students about safety procedures. For kids riding the bus there are three main points to remember: Wait until the bus has come to a complete stop and the doors are open before stepping into the roadway; never put your head, arms or hands out of the bus window; and when crossing the street, STOP, look left, then right and then left again before crossing. For all drivers, remember two critical rules when around a school bus: If the yellow overhead lights are Ă€ashing, be prepared to stop; and if the red lights are Ă€ashing, STOP. 5emain stopped until the red Ă€ashing lights are turned off and the school bus begins moving. As parents, we also have two other important roles in our kidâ€™s education: Ensuring that our children are prepared to learn and helping foster success throughout the year. In todayâ€™s digital, global economy, a good education is critical for children to become tomorrowâ€™s skilled workers and strong leaders. Active parents and proactive teachers have huge impacts on fostering a childâ€™s desire to learn. Research has shown that students whose parents are involved in their school work are more motivated and set higher career goals than students whose parents are less involved. While helping our children understand classroom material at an early age helps improve their chances for success in high school and college, parents visiting their childâ€™s school has also been cited as a key factor in a studentâ€™s development. I encourage all Southwest Michigan parents to try to make time to help and support your young students. For assistance in this endeavor, the Michigan Department of Education has many useful resources available on its website at: www. michigan.gov/mde. To parents of Âżrsttime students, this time may seem daunting. Relax. Sometimes the best thing you can do to ensure a childâ€™s academic success is to simply be there for them. Ensure they get plenty of sleep, arrive to school on time, complete their homework and eat healthy meals. And remember that the framework to success also lies in building up a childâ€™s selfconÂżdence with positive reinforcement and encouragement. I hope you have a great school year! Please always feel free to contact our ofÂżce at -OE HUNE or email at email@example.com anytime with questions or concerns. *** Sen. Joe Hune, R-Hamburg, represents the 22nd District, which includes Livingston Shiawassee, and the southern tip of Ingham counties.
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MSU Alumni Club hosts Sparty Gala Livingston Countyâ€™s Michigan State University Alumni Club is hosting the annual Sparty Gala and all friends of MSU and ALUMNI are invited to attend. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, September 27th and will be held at Oak Pointe Country Club located at 00 Club Drive in Brighton. Proceeds will support the MSU Freshman Textbook Scholarship Fund Special Guests for the evening are: MSU Ice Hockey Head Coach Tom Anastos and MSU Athletics Hall of Fame member Greg Kelser. The cost for the event is 0 per person, which includes: Appetizers, buffet dinner and one drink. Appetizers will be served at 6:30 p.m. with a buffet dinner served at 7:30 p.m. Entertainment will be provided by The Aurum Saxophone 4uartet MSU School of Music The event will also sponsor a Silent auction including many outstanding auction items. MSU basketball, football, and hockey tickets, Spartan memorabilia, wine and gift baskets, Ultimate personal campus experience, 2014 golf packages, jewelry, gift cards. For more information, contact -o Smith at 1737606 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.msualumniclublivingston.org/ Ticket deadline is September 20.
Fowlerville United Brethren in Christ Church is offering a ministry for mothers of preschoolers MOPs beginning this fall with a kickoff meeting on Friday, September 13 from 9 to 11 am. This yearâ€™s theme is â€œA Beautiful Messâ€?. Moms live in messes. The toys, crumbs, and spit up are their natural surroundings. Moms often feel like a mess. They are exhausted, undershowered, and hormonal. Their past and present circumstances and decisions can leave them feeling inadequate for Godâ€™s love and purposes. â€œA Beautiful Messâ€? reminds moms that beauty can come out of their difÂżcult spots. The grime of mothering young children brings the beauty of motherhood. The bruises of life can bring Godâ€™s redemption. Embrace Your Storyâ€”reminds moms that their past, present and future can be used for good. God knows where each of us has been, where we are today and has set in motion where we are headed. MOPs meets twice a month on Fridays from 9 to 11 am. During this meeting time, moms get to take a break, share in good food, learn life and mothering skills, and take some time for creativity. Children are cared for, loved, and taught by MOPPETS volunteers. Childcare is provided for children from newborns through Kindergarten. Registration is now underway. Cost is 3.9 for the year with a 1 materials fee for each semester. To register or for more information send an email to: email@example.com. All meetings will be held at the Fowlerville United in y,QWHULRU'HVLJQ Brethren in Christ Church located at 9300 W. Grand y:LQGRZ River Ave. in Fowlerville. 7UHDWPHQWV%OLQGV
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Nice 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath Ranch home on 5.5 country acres just off pavement. Features 1400sq.ft. with a full basement, central air, large family room with a corn burner and kitchen appliances. Attached 2 car garage plus a 30x40 pole barn with electric. Webberville schools with school of choice. $139,900.
Great starter home in the Perry schools close to I-69. Features 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bath and 1.5 acre parcel. Large living room with corn burner and appliances included. $59,900.
LEASE! Nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath Cape Cod home in the Village of Fowlerville. Features hardwood floors, large 1st floor laundry and appliances. 1 Year lease with 1st month rent plus security deposit equal to 1st month rent. No smoking, small dog possible with owner approval. $1,050.
Beautiful setting in a country sub, for this 4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath home. Includes 1st floor laundry, hardwood floors in the kitchen and dining area, large family room and 9â€™ ceilings in daylight basement. Master bath and gas fireplace in the living room. Large deck and fenced yard to enjoy summer days. $159,900.
Nice country setting on 13.9 acres set up for horses. Large like new 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath home with hardwood floors throughout the entry level. Great room with stone fireplace, central air and 1st floor laundry. Oak kitchen with appliances included, 2 car attached garage and large deck. Horse barn is 36x36 with electric, water and 4 stalls. 3 Fenced pastures and nice landscaped yard with pond. A Must see home. $269,900.
Large 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath Ranch on 5 country acres with pond. Features include enormous great room with cathedral ceilings and fireplace. Hardwood floor in master suite, oak kitchen, finished walkout basement and covered front porch. Many appliances included and only 500â€™ from paved road. $220,000.
Nice location just off pavement for this renovated 3 bedroom Ranch on 3.5 acres. New furnace & air, beautiful new hardwood floors, new kitchen, bath, drywall, paint and fixtures. Large new deck and 3 car detached garage. $129,900
Nice location in down town Williamston for this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Features include large family room with hard wood floors, bright kitchen with ceramic tile and appliances included. Back patio to relax and some new carpet. Move in condition. $124,900
VACANT LAND â€˘ Perc and survey complete on this nice corner 2 acre parcel in the Fowlerville schools with land contract available. $10,500. â€˘ Beautiful 71 acre parcel with large approx. 30 acre stocked lake, woods and fields. Great private site for your dream home. Currently being used as a gravel pit @ $1,500. per month. Seller will provide a new survey. Road frontage on Judd and Van Orden Road. Do not enter without appointment. Land contract available. $590,000. â€˘ Nice 3.9 acre walkout site with a great view on a paved road. Perc and survey complete ready for your dream home. Fowlerville schools. $12,000.
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Smith Elementary School News
Livingston Area Parents of Multiples
The Livingston Area Parents Of Multiples (LAPOM) is getting ready for its Fall â€˜Mom 2 Momâ€™ on Oct. 5 at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 3555 E. Grand River Ave, Howell. Early Buy begins at 8:30am for $3, General Admission is open from 9am-1pm for $1. Strollers are welcome all hours, and we will be accepting cash and credit cards(for a small transaction fee). If anyone has any questions they can contact us at 8108-11.
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Well, we had a few weeks of fall type weather and may now be moving back toward summer temperatures again. If youâ€™re working outside be smart, drink plenty of water and watch your sun exposure. After seeing the parade of antique cars on your local roads traveling to the Dream Cruise, you may be thinking about waxing your daily ride. Whether your car is garaged or not, it is exposed to dirt, tree sap, and road elements daily. This debris attaches to your cars Âżnish and a wash may not be enough to remove it. Products are available to bring your cars Âżnish back to its showroom beauty. Rubbing compounds and pre wax cleaners are all possible choices, but donâ€™t overlook the clay bar kits. Compounds, if used incorrectly could damage your vehicles paint and clear coat. There may be rub marks that a compound would be suited for, but generally use them with care. The clay bar technology uses a spray detailing product and actual piece of clay as a mild abrasive. The detail spray is applied to a small area and the clay bar is basically rubbed on the cars Âżnish. The vehicle is washed and dried. The bar sheers off the foreign matter â€˜stuckâ€™ to your carâ€™s Âżnish, leaving a super smooth feel. Read the extract direction provided with the product you choose. If you have chipped paint, a touch up paint is available at the local auto parts store or dealer. Correcting these hood and door nicks can prevent rust problems in the future. Next comes wax, there are many synthetic sealer products as well as traditional carnauba wax. The synthetic generally gives a better shine and a more durable Âżnish. Obviously, they are more expensive so watch for sales. The waxing or sealing process helps Âżll any paint chips or imperfections and also helps avoid future rust as well as giving you the shine you desire. The million dollar shine only goes so far without detailing plastic trim, windows, and tires. I am a big fan of the rain x type repellant products. They offer a glass polish to thoroughly clean before applying the repellant product. Make sure you follow this step. You will â€˜seeâ€™ the difference during the next rain storm and donâ€™t forget the side mirrors. Next a spray on foam cleaner for the tires should be an easy application. Finally, the trim needs attention. Plastic fades with sunlight. Several products actually are made for trim restoring. They have a syrup like consistency. Youâ€™ll be amazed how old â€˜greyâ€™ trim becomes â€˜shiny blackâ€™ once again. This will take a little time to complete, but once done you will see the rewards. Park it outside, back it in, and impress the neighbors Around The House. As always past articles are archived on our website www.power2hrs.com and we welcome your questions at JustAskHandyAndy@hotmail.com.
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Fowlerville School Report By Superintendent, Wayne Roedel
There are cheers and sighs heard around town this time of the year. Many parents are excited to see the new school year begin while many students are sad to see the summer end. As a parent myself, I see both points of view. Here at school, we have experienced the buzz of a new school year beginning! Our teachers have been busy preparing their classrooms for the ¿rst day with students on Tuesday, 6eptember rd and our custodial, grounds and maintenance staff have been busy making sure the physical plant is in tip top shape. There are a few changes in key positions that I would like to mention. Mr. Dan Carr, Director of Maintenance, has retired after a long and successful career with us. We have hired Mr. Dave Brown as his replacement. He has experience in this position and will hit the ground running. We are hiring two new positions to support students, staff and parents at both 6mith and .reeger (lementary. Mr. -osh Meersma was hired as an Intervention 6pecialist. He will work to maximize student academic achievement as well as address positive behavior supports for students. We will be conducting interviews this 6aturday, August th, for an (lementary Assistant Principal. Both of these individuals will actively support our building Principals Mr. Miller and Mrs. Gibson. We know that student success at the primary grades is critical to our long term success as a District. We have several teachers who have either moved grades or were hired to ¿ll positions created by resignation. If you see a new name on your student’s schedule or face in the classroom when you attend the (lementary Open House grades .- on Tuesday, August th from pm to pm, please give them a warm Fowlerville welcome. I know they will work hard to meet the needs of each and every child in their classroom. Please be aware that construction on North Grand is not yet complete and a portion of Grand River, between Grand and 6econd, will be closed for much needed upgrades. Please be patient with us as bus drop off and pick up times that were posted in the News and Views may be off slightly due to the construction, especially if you live south of town. I encourage all drivers to recognize that busses are on the road again and to remember three safety tips when you are around busses. When overhead lights are Àashing <(//OW, prepare to stop When overhead lights are Àashing R(D, 6top and When the regular hazard lights are flashing, proceed w i t h caution. My theme this year is ³We Are A// In This Together´. The ³We´ includes every employee in our District as well as every student, parent, guardian or other adult that inÀuences the life of our students. It does take a village to raise a child and it is my hope that we can all take the opportunity to positively impact the education of our students during the upcoming year. We are still actively seeking schools of choice students and have found our best advertising is by your word of mouth. If you have a family friend or neighbor who is considering attending Fowlerville Community 6chools, please have them call -- and ask for -anice. 6he will be able to help them through the school of choice enrollment process. If you are seeking additional information on the District, please visit www.fowlervilleschools.org where information from the school calendar to speci¿c information on building schedules and events can be found. Go Glads!
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Fowlerville council informed on when public can or cannot speak at meetings
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By Steve Horton Fowlerville Village Council was informed on the rules that govern when a member of the public can and cannot speak at meetings. The issue came up during the June 29 meeting after Tony Miceli had asked to be put on the agenda. He had wished to address council on the problem of ragweed on a section of the county drain east of North Collins Street, across the street from where he lives, and what he felt was an inadequate response from the Village president. However, when the item came up as part of the councilâ€™s business, Miceli was informed by Village President Wayne Copeland that he could not speak on the matter, but would have to wait until the â€˜Call to the Publicâ€™ Miceli did so and criticized Copeland for not allowing him to speak on this agenda item, claiming that he had been â€œlied to and once again denied my due process.â€? In an interview after the meeting, when asked about the situation, Copeland said he was told by Village attorney David Stoker during the meeting that Miceli needed to wait until the â€˜Call to the Publicâ€™. Under the rules governing the â€˜Call to the Publicâ€™, an audience member wishing to discuss a topic on the agenda or some other matter has up to three minutes. Council, though, will not answer any questions or make a response. Miceli said that he had asked to be put on the agenda so that he could have a back-and-forth discussion with council, something he couldnâ€™t do under the â€˜Call to the Publicâ€™ format. In the past, council has had individuals make verbal presentations on various matters and asked questions afterwards. At the recent August 12 meeting, council trustee David Kuehn had the issue put on the agenda to â€œexplain whyâ€? Miceli was not allowed to speak. â€œSome us are confused on how people can and cannot speak before council,â€? he said. Stoker said that under the Open Meetings Act, passed by the Michigan Legislature, a public body is required to offer one â€˜Call to the Publicâ€™ during a meeting, adding that many entities including the Fowlerville Village Council offer one at the start of the meeting and a second one at the end. â€œAt this time a member of the public can talk about anything they wish,â€? he noted. â€œDuring a scheduled public hearing, anyone can speak during the meeting as long as it relates to the speciÂżc item on the agenda.
â€œAs for an action item thatâ€™s part of the regular meeting, you fall back on the council rules youâ€™ve adopted,â€? he said. â€œThese are not required by law, but something council is allowed to establish in order to run their meetings in an efÂżcient manner. Whether itâ€™s someone on the Village staff or someone sitting in the audience, if the president or the majority of council wishes for them to speak, they can. Under the rules, the president can allow them to participate or a council member can ask if thereâ€™s any objection to having someone address the members. If not, then the person can speak. If there is an objection, then the majority of council decides.â€? Stoker noted that the public is often not aware of these rules and added that council in the past has not always followed them. â€œThey are not statutory, but council established them and should follow them,â€? he advised. â€œTheyâ€™ve been in place for a number of years.â€? Council trustee Mike Stock commented that part of the confusion by he and other members about the July 29 situation was that the public has been allowed to speak on an agenda item in the past. â€œThatâ€™s why we were surprised when he (Miceli) was not allowed to speak,â€? he added. What did not appear to get clariÂżed was, if someone asks to be put on the agenda and that request is granted, will they be allowed to speak and be part of the discussion or does this permission need to be granted during the meeting and also is the participation limited?
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On Thursday, August 15, four local authors were on hand at the Fowlerville Library to tell about themselves, and their writing and publishing experiences. Each of them has self published their books. Local author Marion Cornett had a display of her works as she was unable to attend. Pictured here from left, in front, is Mary Grimm who wrote, The Tootsie Roll Lady, J.R. Armstrong who has won four national awards with her books Owe It To The Wind, Truly Everything, and Beg(ga) (he)r. In back on the left is Mike Grimm who wrote Mastadons To Manufacturers, a Histoy of Fowlerville, Michigan and Clayton Klein who has wrote several books, including Cold Summer Wind I and Cold Summer Wind II, Well Kept Secret From The Glory Years of the Detroit Tigers and recently, My First 90 Years.
Fundraiser being held for 4-H Therapeutic Riding Program
Livingston Countyâ€™s 4-H Therapeutic Riding Program is holding its annual Ride-A-Thon fundraiser at the Brighton State Recreation Area on Saturday, Sept. 28, from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The 4-H Therapeutic Riding Program, or Grand Equestrians Program, is a nonproÂżt agency Zhich provides equine facilitated therapy free of charge to physically and mentally challenged children. It is founded on the accepted principle that horseback riding is a valuable form of therapy for individuals Zith disabilities. The registration fee is a minimum $25.00 pledge per rider. Any additional pledges collected are greatly appreciated. All proceeds beneÂżt the Livingston 4-H Therapeutic Horseback Riding Program. Your donations are tax deductible. Please note that participating riders need to provide their oZn horse. Contact Sarah McKinney, 4-H Program Coordinator for additional information mckin166@ msu.edu or call the Extension ofÂżce at 51-546-350.
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First National helps 4H and Family Impact Center
First National Bank has found a way to make one Carrie Newstead, left, manager of the Fowlerville Branch of the First National Bank effort support two important of Howell and Barb Dine, executive director of the Family Impact Center, show some local organizations â€“ a kind of of the processed meat that came from the hog the bank purchased at the recent 4-H â€œtwo-for-oneâ€? for community Livestock Auction. The bank donated the hog to the Impact Center. involvement. For several years, the bank has been an she added. active purchaser at the Livingston County 4H Livestock The Family Impact Center works to bring restoration to Auction held during the Fowlerville Family Fair â€“ the bank individuals and families in need by offering a food pantry, is also a major Fair sponsor. In July, First National purchased educational resources, support groups, counseling and two pigs â€“ totaling 519 pounds â€“ with the proceeds going to mentoring programs. The Livingston County 4H, through the Livingston County 4H participant who raised the pigs. trained volunteers, offers The bank then donates their purchase to the Family Impact programs that help prepare Center. Now, after processing by a local meat processor, The young people to work well Family Impact Center has 326 pounds of delicious pork, with others, set goals, practice compliments of First National. leadership and plan for the â€œParticipating in the 4H Auction is a fun and productive future. First National Bank way for First National to give back to the community,â€? said is proud to support both of Carrie Newstead, Branch Sales Manager of the Fowlerville these important, worthwhile 2fÂżce of First National Bank. â€œThe 4H participants work projects that certainly add hard to raise their animals and put their proceeds to good to the quality of life in our use â€“ from saving for college to investing in future projects. community. The fact that we can then donate this amazing product to the Ron Long, President/CEO Family Impact Center is truly a win-win for the community,â€? at First National said, â€œFirst National takes great pride in adding value to and giving back to the communities we serve. Our participation in the Fowlerville Family Fair, VHQLRU IDPLO\SRUWUDLWV the 4H Livestock Auction and VSRUWVVSHFLDOHYHQWV donating to the Family Impact Center is a shining example of how we continually strive to go above and beyond, from serving our customers to serving the community.â€?
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2013-2014 FOWLERVILLE COMMUNITY SCHOOLS SCHOOL BUS ROUTES Welcome to the 2013-2014 school year. The following bus route guide will help you establish an estimated time of bus arrival at all our bus stops. Minimums have been established for distances between bus stops. The following policy is used during routing. Bus stops for students in grades K-2 will be no closer than 200 feet, grades 3-5 stops will be no closer than 350 feet, and grades 6-12 stops will be no closer than 400 ft. Previously established bus stops may be consolidated to reduce the total number of stops. This will result in the elimination of existing bus stops and/or the creation of new stops. The listed stop times and locations are subMect to change, especially during the ¿rst few weeNs of school. 'uring the ¿rst several weeNs of school it will be necessary to have students at their designated bus stop 20 minutes prior to the scheduled bus arrival time. Once the bus stop times have been established, it is the district transportation policy that all students be at their designated bus stop location 10 minutes prior to their picNup time. ELEMENTARY BUS 11 CATHI RAY - GREEN SQUARE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
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Route schedules are designed to allow time for each student to board the bus. If your student is not ready at the stop, the bus cannot wait. Please review the bus rules listed in the student handbooN with your student. )or the safety of everyone, students must follow these rules at all times. 6tudents who are eligible for transportation will be assigned a speci¿c bus route and bus stop for the school year. Students will not be permitted to use any other stop unless the Transportation 'ept. has an approved ReTuest for $lternate Busing form on ¿le. In emergency situations, please contact the principal who will coordinate necessary action with the Transportation Dept. We strive to maNe your child¶s bus ride a safe and positive part of their educational experience. We asN for your help and support as we provide the very safest, consistent bus service that we can. $dditional Tuestions may be answered by calling our of¿ce at 51-223-6122.
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7:36 AM 7:37 AM 7:38 AM 7:44 AM 7:45 AM 7:46 AM 7:47 AM 7:47 AM 7:48 AM 7:49 AM 7:50 AM 7:55 AM 7:57 AM 7:58 AM 7:59 AM 8:00 AM 8:02 AM 8:04 AM 8:05 AM 8:07 AM 8:07 AM 8:08 AM 8:09 AM 8:10 AM 8:11 AM 8:12 AM 8:14 AM 8:15 AM 8:15 AM 8:17 AM 8:19 AM 8:21 AM 8:22 AM 8:22 AM 8:23 AM 8:23 AM 8:24 AM 8:25 AM 8:26 AM 8:33 AM 8:35 AM 8:36 AM 8:37 AM
7104 FOWLERVILLE RD 7200 FOWLERVILLE RD 7600 FOWLERVILLE RD 7601 MOHRLE RD 10200 MARSH RD 9801 MARSH RD 9649 MARSH RD 9609 MARSH RD 9695 MARSH RD 9563 MARSH RD 6888 HAYNER RD 5661 GANNON RD 10927 OWOSSO RD 11388 OWOSSO RD 11467 OWOSSO RD 11539 OWOSSO RD 11580 OWOSSO RD 6393 LOVEJOY RD GLEN MARY DR & LOVEJOY RD 5031 LOVEJOY RD 5079 LOVEJOY RD 7261 LOVEJOY RD 7501 LOVEJOY RD LOVEJOY RD & SECLUDED RIDGE DR 7989 LOVEJOY RD 3777 LOVEJOY RD 14510 S FOWLERVILLE RD 8484 SOBER RD 8362 SOBER RD 7676 SOBER RD SOBER RD & SADDLE DR 6581 SOBER RD SOBER RD & SPENCER DR 6446 SOBER RD 6400 SOBER RD 6297 SOBER RD 6292 SOBER RD 11385 OWOSSO RD 11109 OWOSSO RD 7604 HAYNER RD 7683 FOWLERVILLE RD 7455 FOWLERVILLE RD 7211 FOWLERVILLE RD
ELEMENTARY BUS 22 KELLI JOHNSON - WHITE SQUARE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
7:50 AM 7:51 AM 7:52 AM 7:53 AM 7:56 AM 7:57 AM 7:59 AM 8:00 AM
10628 ODELL RD ODELL RD & ASHLYN CT 11060 ODELL RD 11181 ODELL RD 11261 IOSCO RD 10380 IOSCO RD 2200 BRADLEY RD 3015 BRADLEY RD
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
8:02 AM 8:03 AM 8:04 AM 8:06 AM 8:10 AM 8:11 AM 8:12 AM 8:13 AM 8:14 AM 8:15 AM 8:16 AM 8:17 AM 8:23 AM 8:28 AM
10279 W COON LAKE RD 10328 W COON LAKE RD 11299 W COON LAKE RD 989 KANE RD S 1852 ELLIOTT RD 1780 ELLIOTT RD 1330 ELLIOTT RD 1276 ELLIOTT RD 1144 ELLIOTT RD CEDAR RIVER ESTATES DR & ELLIOTT RD 686 ELLIOTT RD 582 ELLIOTT RD VALLEY MEADOW LN W & MASON RD SWARTZ RIVER DR & BELLE RIVER DR
ELEMENTARY BUS 23 SHERRIE MYSHOCK - WHITE CIRCLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
7:51 AM 7:51 AM 7:52 AM 7:53 AM 7:54 AM 7:55 AM 7:55 AM 7:57 AM 7:58 AM 7:59 AM 8:01 AM 8:03 AM 8:09 AM 8:11 AM 8:12 AM 8:13 AM 8:14 AM 8:15 AM 8:16 AM 8:17 AM 8:19 AM 8:20 AM 8:21 AM 8:36 AM 8:37 AM
9232 COON LAKE RD COON LAKE RD & SQUIRREL RUN RD 9806 W COON LAKE RD 10080 W COON LAKE RD 10151 W COON LAKE RD 3725 BRADLEY RD BRADLEY RD & MARTIN G CT MARRISA LN & BRADLEY RD 4800 BRADLEY RD 10334 ROBERTS RD 11093 ROBERTS RD 4520 DUTTON RD S GREGORY RD & MAJESTIC ACRES DR 4250 S GREGORY RD 4023 S GREGORY RD 3728 S GREGORY RD 3550 S GREGORY RD S GREGORY RD & LINDA RAY LN 8973 COON LAKE RD 8901 COON LAKE RD BULL RUN RD & W COON LAKE RD 3119 BULL RUN RD 2929 BULL RUN RD 155 S ANN ST POWER ST & N ANN ST
ELEMENTARY BUS 24 RENEE DONAL - BLUE CIRCLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34
7:43 AM 7:44 AM 7:47 AM 7:49 AM 7:52 AM 7:53 AM 7:54 AM 7:54 AM 7:55 AM 7:56 AM 7:56 AM 7:58 AM 7:58 AM 7:59 AM 8:04 AM 8:06 AM 8:07 AM 8:07 AM 8:08 AM 8:10 AM 8:10 AM 8:12 AM 8:13 AM 8:14 AM 8:15 AM 8:16 AM 8:18 AM 8:19 AM 8:20 AM 8:21 AM 8:23 AM 8:23 AM 8:25 AM 8:26 AM
8200 FOWLERVILLE RD 9838 FOWLERVILLE RD 8224 MOHRLE RD 11264 FOWLERVILLE RD 11560 FOWLERVILLE RD LOVEJOY RD & DAISEY LN 9601 LOVEJOY RD 14981 S NOHEL RD 11990 NICHOLSON RD 11883 NICHOLSON RD 11795 NICHOLSON RD NICHOLSON RD & REDHAWK DR 11455 NICHOLSON RD 11393 NICHOLSON RD 10236 SOBER RD 9439 MOHRLE RD 9380 VOGT RD 9442 VOGT RD 9561 VOGT RD 9590 VOGT RD 10904 NICHOLSON RD 10920 NICHOLSON RD 9800 SOBER RD SOBER RD & HEATHERWOOD TR 9402 SOBER RD 9140 SOBER RD 8740 SOBER RD FOWLERVILLE RD & HORN RD 10589 FOWLERVILLE RD 10423 FOWLERVILLE RD 10009 FOWLERVILLE RD 9235 FOWLERVILLE RD 9205 FOWLERVILLE RD 8789 FOWLERVILLE RD
ELEMENTARY BUS 25 TRISHA MCCALLUM - GREEN TRIANGLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
8:03 AM 8:05 AM 8:05 AM 8:08 AM 8:09 AM 8:12 AM 8:13 AM 8:13 AM 8:14 AM 8:15 AM 8:15 AM 8:16 AM 8:16 AM 8:17 AM 8:18 AM 8:21 AM 8:22 AM 8:23 AM 8:25 AM 8:26 AM 8:27 AM 8:27 AM 8:29 AM 8:31 AM 8:33 AM 8:35 AM
6849 E GRAND RIVER AVE 6380 E GRAND RIVER AVE 6687 E GRAND RIVER AVE 5550 E GRAND RIVER AVE 5205 WARNER RD 6442 WARNER RD 6400 WARNER RD FARM LN & HOGBACK RD 3148 HOGBACK RD 3192 HOGBACK RD BIRCH MEADOWS LN & HOGBACK RD 3366 HOGBACK RD 3432 HOGBACK RD 3607 HOGBACK RD 3979 HOGBACK RD 3771 CEMETERY RD 3395 CEMETERY RD 3202 CEMETERY RD SLAWSKI DR & CEMETERY RD 3950 CEMETERY RD 7150 E GRAND RIVER AVE AMY DR & E GRAND RIVER AVE CHURCH ST & S MAPLE ST 7099 E GRAND RIVER AVE 7138 W SHARPE RD 7281 W SHARPE RD
ELEMENTARY BUS 26 KIM FRANKS - YELLOW CIRCLE 1 2 3
7:52 AM 7:56 AM 7:59 AM
2860 BULL RUN RD 9757 LAMOREAUX RD 10064 IOSCO RD
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8:01 AM 8:01 AM 8:02 AM 8:04 AM 8:06 AM 8:08 AM 8:09 AM 8:11 AM 8:12 AM 8:14 AM 8:18 AM 8:18 AM 8:20 AM 8:28 AM 8:32 AM
9900 IOSCO RD ADELINES WAY & IOSCO RD 9376 IOSCO RD 8819 IOSCO RD 8280 IOSCO RD 7973 MUNSELL RD MUNSELL RD & ASTORIA BLVD 7853 MUNSELL RD 7561 MUNSELL RD 2240 BULL RUN RD 987 S BULL RUN RD 801 S BULL RUN RD 436 S BULL RUN RD PINEGATE DR & E VAN RIPER RD 400 CEDAR RIVER DR
ELEMENTARY BUS 27 SANDY BLAIR - ORANGE SQUARE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
7:56 AM 7:56 AM 7:57 AM 7:58 AM 8:00 AM 8:01 AM 8:02 AM 8:03 AM 8:05 AM 8:06 AM 8:14 AM 8:15 AM 8:19 AM 8:21 AM 8:21 AM 8:23 AM 8:24 AM 8:25 AM 8:26 AM 8:28 AM 8:30 AM
4645 NICHOLSON RD 4700 NICHOLSON RD AMANDA DR & NICHOLSON RD 9833 BRANDI LN BRANDI LN & FOUNTAIN LN 9938 FOUNTAIN LN 5325 NICHOLSON RD 5596 NICHOLSON RD 6221 NICHOLSON RD 6642 NICHOLSON RD 9697 CHASE LAKE RD CHASE LAKE RD & RUSTIC WAY DR 9700 GRANT RD 9782 W ALLEN RD 6093 RIVER ROCK DR 6021 RIVER ROCK DR 6225 MILLER RD 9511 W ALLEN RD 8864 W ALLEN RD 8770 W ALLEN RD 8502 W ALLEN RD
ELEMENTARY BUS 37 RACHAEL HATFIELD - ORANGE TRIANGLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
7:52 AM 7:55 AM 7:56 AM 7:58 AM 7:59 AM 8:01 AM 8:04 AM 8:05 AM 8:09 AM 8:11 AM 8:12 AM 8:16 AM 8:18 AM 8:18 AM 8:19 AM 8:19 AM 8:20 AM 8:23 AM 8:24 AM 8:25 AM 8:26 AM 8:26 AM
10670 W GRAND RIVER 10886 CONVERSE RD 10800 CONVERSE RD CONVERSE RD & SPRUCE VIEW LN JAMERLEA LN & CONVERSE RD 10285 CONVERSE RD 10133 W ALLEN RD 10275 W ALLEN RD 11336 CHASE LAKE RD 4094 HERRINGTON RD N 4200 HERRINGTON RD N 6205 STOW RD 5547 STOW RD STOW RD & MACKINAW TR 5788 STOW RD 5844 STOW RD 11121 HANNAH JANE DR 11115 GARRETT DR 5223 STOW RD 4874 STOW RD 4900 STOW RD STOW RD & TROTTERS LN
ELEMENTARY BUS 38 CHRISTAL SCHAFFER - GREEN CIRCLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 39
7:54 AM 7:54 AM 7:55 AM 7:59 AM 8:01 AM 8:03 AM 8:05 AM 8:06 AM 8:07 AM 8:07 AM 8:08 AM 8:11 AM 8:12 AM 8:12 AM 8:15 AM 8:16 AM 8:16 AM 8:17 AM 8:19 AM 8:19 AM 8:20 AM 8:20 AM 8:21 AM 8:22 AM 8:26 AM 8:26 AM 8:27 AM 8:30 AM 8:31 AM
7555 W ALLEN RD 7532 W ALLEN RD 7093 W ALLEN RD 7228 ROBB RD NEYLAND DR & ROBB RD 7617 SHERWOOD RD 8720 SHERWOOD RD 8846 SHERWOOD RD 8080 N GREGORY RD 8236 N GREGORY RD EVA LN & N GREGORY RD 7473 N GREGORY RD 7238 N GREGORY RD 7210 N GREGORY RD 8160 CHASE LAKE RD 7964 CHASE LAKE RD 7837 CHASE LAKE RD 7783 CHASE LAKE RD 7097 CHASE LAKE RD 7053 CHASE LAKE RD 6953 ROBB RD 6899 ROBB RD 6804 ROBB RD 6560 ROBB RD 5353 HOGBACK RD 5301 HOGBACK RD HOGBACK RD & NICHOLE DR 4281 CEMETERY RD CEMETERY RD & EMERALD VALLEY BLVD
ELEMENTARY BUS 40 CHERYL CRUSAN - PURPLE CIRCLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
7:31 AM 7:31 AM 7:39 AM 7:41 AM 7:42 AM 7:43 AM 7:46 AM 7:46 AM 7:48 AM 7:50 AM 7:52 AM 7:54 AM 7:57 AM 7:57 AM 7:58 AM 8:00 AM 8:00 AM 8:02 AM 8:03 AM 8:04 AM 8:05 AM 8:06 AM 8:07 AM 8:09 AM 8:11 AM 8:11 AM 8:14 AM 8:15 AM 8:16 AM 8:16 AM 8:17 AM 8:20 AM
7716 W SHARPE RD 7800 W SHARPE RD 1627 FOWLERVILLE RD 503 FOWLERVILLE RD 411 FOWLERVILLE RD 105 FOWLERVILLE RD 305 KERN RD 545 KERN RD 7475 CROFOOT RD 651 KERN RD 6711 CROFOOT RD KERN RD & TALONNA TR LANGE RD & HURON CT 6835 LANGE RD 7016 LANGE RD LANGE RD & GROUSE LN 7683 LANGE RD LANGE RD & RIVER BEND DR 7935 LANGE RD 8265 LANGE RD 8584 LANGE RD 1340 S GREGORY RD 1055 S GREGORY RD 710 S GREGORY RD 8550 CROFOOT RD 8485 CROFOOT RD 242 FOWLERVILLE RD 274 FOWLERVILLE RD FOWLERVILLE RD & COLLEEN DR RED ROCK DR & FOWLERVILLE RD 736 FOWLERVILLE RD 2266 FOWLERVILLE RD
ELEMENTARY BUS 41 SUZY LIMONOFF - ORANGE CIRCLE 1 2 3 4 5 6
7:49 AM 7:50 AM 7:51 AM 7:51 AM 7:53 AM 7:58 AM
9209 CROFOOT RD 9225 CROFOOT RD 9333 CROFOOT RD 9365 CROFOOT RD 9865 CROFOOT RD 9955 MASON RD
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
8:01 AM 8:02 AM 8:04 AM 8:06 AM 8:11 AM 8:12 AM 8:15 AM 8:16 AM 8:19 AM 8:25 AM 8:26 AM 8:27 AM
720 N GREGORY RD 8888 SARGENT RD 8239 SARGENT RD 7650 SARGENT RD 6451 LAYTON RD 6261 LAYTON RD 2817 SMITH RD 2977 SMITH RD 7600 LAYTON RD 216 CEDAR RIVER DR 725 HAZELNUT ST GRANDSHIRE BLVD & HAZELNUT ST
ELEMENTARY BUS 42 TAMARA YAMBROSIC - BLUE TRIANGLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
7:49 AM 7:49 AM 7:50 AM 7:52 AM 7:57 AM 7:59 AM 8:02 AM 8:03 AM 8:04 AM 8:06 AM 8:10 AM 8:11 AM 8:14 AM 8:15 AM 8:21 AM 8:23 AM 8:26 AM 8:26 AM 8:28 AM 8:28 AM 8:31 AM 8:33 AM 8:34 AM 8:35 AM 8:37 AM
10100 N ANTCLIFF RD 10301 N ANTCLIFF RD 10635 N ANTCLIFF RD W COHOCTAH RD & BETTERLY RD 9257 SCHREPFER RD 8995 SCHREPFER RD 8720 ANTCLIFF RD 9055 ANTCLIFF RD ANTCLIFF RD & PIONEER DR GANNON RD & BIG ROCK DR 10880 FLEMING RD 4700 ELLIS RD 9805 FLEMING RD 9686 FLEMING RD 9112 ROBB RD 9024 ROBB RD 6733 SHERWOOD RD 6620 SHERWOOD RD 6160 SHERWOOD RD 6151 SHERWOOD RD 8143 OWOSSO RD 7450 OWOSSO RD 7300 OWOSSO RD 6161 CHASE LAKE RD 6825 CHASE LAKE RD
ELEMENTARY BUS 43 CARLA ELLENS - WHITE TRIANGLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
7:57 AM 8:00 AM 8:02 AM 8:04 AM 8:06 AM 8:07 AM 8:09 AM 8:11 AM 8:13 AM 8:15 AM 8:20 AM 8:25 AM 8:27 AM 8:32 AM 8:32 AM 8:33 AM
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
7:55 AM 8:00 AM 8:10 AM 8:20 AM 8:23 AM 8:24 AM 8:26 AM 8:28 AM 8:38 AM
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
6:20 AM 6:21 AM 6:22 AM 6:23 AM 6:30 AM 6:31 AM 6:32 AM 6:32 AM 6:33 AM 6:34 AM 6:35 AM 6:37 AM 6:38 AM 6:39 AM 6:40 AM 6:43 AM 6:44 AM 6:45 AM 6:46 AM 6:47 AM 6:48 AM 6:49 AM 6:51 AM 6:52 AM 6:53 AM
MASON RD & KENORA DR 11196 MASON RD 11600 MASON RD 11744 MASON RD 226 KANE RD S 198 KANE RD S 45 KANE RD S 216 KANE RD N 458 KANE RD N 11651 MASON RD 865 NICHOLSON RD 8787 VAN BUREN RD SWARTZ RIVER DR & BELLE RIVER DR 8160 VAN BUREN RD 8132 VAN BUREN RD 8067 VAN BUREN RD
ELEMENTARY BUS 44 LAURIE HIRTH - GOLD STAR 1881 NICHOLSON RD 11320 SARGENT RD 1133 ELLIOTT RD 655 S GRAND AVE KLEIN DR & GARDEN LN GARDEN LN & GARDEN CT GARDEN LN & MEADOW VIEW LN 207 GARDEN LN 7942 W ALLEN RD
SECONDARY BUS 11 CATHI RAY - GREEN SQUARE 10628 ODELL RD ASHLYN CT & ODELL RD 11054 ODELL RD 11323 ODELL RD 3015 BRADLEY RD 3417 BRADLEY RD 10257 W COON LAKE RD 10328 W COON LAKE RD 11321 W COON LAKE RD 11577 W COON LAKE RD 1330 KANE RD S 991 KANE RD S 11699 IOSCO RD 11439 IOSCO RD 11200 IOSCO RD 11028 IOSCO RD 10751 IOSCO RD 1780 ELLIOTT RD 1605 ELLIOTT RD 1330 ELLIOTT RD 1141 ELLIOTT RD 1100 ELLIOTT RD ELLIOTT RD & CEDAR RIVER ESTATES DR 622 ELLIOTT RD 305 ELLIOTT RD
SECONDARY BUS 16 DIANE RUSSOM YELLOW TRIANGLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
6:31 AM 6:32 AM 6:35 AM 6:38 AM 6:40 AM 6:42 AM 6:43 AM 6:44 AM 6:45 AM 6:47 AM 6:50 AM 6:50 AM 6:51 AM 6:53 AM 6:53 AM 6:55 AM 6:56 AM 6:57 AM 6:59 AM 7:06 AM
2240 BULL RUN RD 2757 BULL RUN RD 7527 W COON LAKE RD 8467 LAMOREAUX RD S GREGORY RD & LINDA RAY LN 2428 S GREGORY RD 9100 LAMOREAUX RD 9430 LAMOREAUX RD 9650 LAMOREAUX RD 9797 LAMOREAUX RD 10085 IOSCO RD 10056 IOSCO RD 9900 IOSCO RD 9392 IOSCO RD 9376 IOSCO RD 8673 IOSCO RD 1919 S BULL RUN RD 1781 S BULL RUN RD 987 S BULL RUN RD E VAN RIPER RD & PINEGATE DR
SECONDARY BUS 17 SHARON FREYALDENHOVEN - YELLOW SQUARE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
6:11 AM 6:11 AM 6:13 AM 6:14 AM 6:15 AM 6:16 AM 6:17 AM 6:19 AM 6:20 AM 6:21 AM 6:26 AM 6:27 AM 6:30 AM 6:31 AM
9181 MOHRLE RD 9333 MOHRLE RD 10480 NICHOLSON RD 9736 VOGT RD 9442 VOGT RD 9380 VOGT RD 10580 NICHOLSON RD 10920 NICHOLSON RD 10236 SOBER RD 11093 BRIMLEY RD 5403 ROYCE RD E 11444 SHERWOOD RD 8922 STOW RD 11088 BELL OAK RD
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35
6:33 AM 6:34 AM 6:38 AM 6:39 AM 6:39 AM 6:41 AM 6:42 AM 6:43 AM 6:45 AM 6:47 AM 6:47 AM 6:49 AM 6:50 AM 6:53 AM 6:54 AM 6:56 AM 6:56 AM 6:57 AM 6:58 AM 6:59 AM 7:03 AM
11575 BELL OAK RD 5216 HERRINGTON RD N 11951 MOHRLE RD 11615 MOHRLE RD 11561 MOHRLE RD 9757 STOW RD 9463 STOW RD 9425 STOW RD BELL OAK RD & KLEINWAY DR 9055 NICHOLSON RD 9211 NICHOLSON RD 9663 NICHOLSON RD 9900 NICHOLSON RD 9900 PIERSON RD 9373 PIERSON RD 8959 N GREGORY RD 8850 N GREGORY RD 8722 N GREGORY RD 8553 N GREGORY RD 8603 KILLINGER RD 7151 FOWLERVILLE RD
SECONDARY BUS 18 MARLENE DAWDY - RED CIRCLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
6:16 AM 6:19 AM 6:20 AM 6:25 AM 6:28 AM 6:36 AM 6:40 AM 6:42 AM 6:44 AM 6:44 AM 6:45 AM 6:45 AM 6:47 AM 6:48 AM 6:49 AM 6:50 AM 6:51 AM 7:06 AM
MASON RD & KENORA DR 11624 MASON RD 11722 MASON RD 107 RISCH RD N 33 SEARLS RD S 5419 DANSVILLE RD 5150 IOSCO RD E 360 KANE RD S 198 KANE RD S 105 KANE RD S 91 KANE RD S 45 KANE RD S 167 KANE RD N 216 KANE RD N 310 KANE RD N 458 KANE RD N 490 KANE RD N GRANDSHIRE BLVD & HICKORY ST
SECONDARY BUS 19 DENISE KNAGGS - RED TRIANGLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
6:25 AM 6:27 AM 6:27 AM 6:28 AM 6:29 AM 6:32 AM 6:33 AM 6:35 AM 6:38 AM 6:42 AM 6:43 AM 6:43 AM 6:44 AM 6:45 AM 6:46 AM 6:47 AM 6:49 AM 6:50 AM 6:50 AM 6:51 AM 6:53 AM 6:55 AM 6:55 AM 6:56 AM 6:57 AM 6:58 AM 6:59 AM 7:00 AM 7:01 AM 7:02 AM
4739 FLEMING RD DEAL RD & FLEMING RD 5280 FLEMING RD 5400 FLEMING RD 5630 FLEMING RD 6196 N BURKHART RD N BURKHART RD & S CENTER DR 7445 SCHREPFER RD 7153 GEER RD 6240 CRANDALL RD 6020 CRANDALL RD 6000 CRANDALL RD 4535 W ALLEN RD 5882 CRANDALL RD 5742 CRANDALL RD 5755 N BURKHART RD N BURKHART RD & W ALLEN RD 4063 W ALLEN RD 4129 W ALLEN RD 4217 W ALLEN RD W ALLEN RD & RADDATZ RD 5795 OWOSSO RD 5750 OWOSSO RD 5647 OWOSSO RD 5360 OWOSSO RD 5221 OWOSSO RD 6005 W SHARPE RD 6162 W SHARPE RD 6450 W SHARPE RD 6537 W SHARPE RD
SECONDARY BUS 20 KIM HIVELEY/SUE HERBERT - RED SQUARE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34
6:15 AM 6:16 AM 6:16 AM 6:17 AM 6:18 AM 6:20 AM 6:21 AM 6:23 AM 6:25 AM 6:26 AM 6:27 AM 6:30 AM 6:30 AM 6:32 AM 6:34 AM 6:35 AM 6:36 AM 6:37 AM 6:38 AM 6:40 AM 6:40 AM 6:41 AM 6:43 AM 6:44 AM 6:45 AM 6:49 AM 6:50 AM 6:51 AM 6:52 AM 6:53 AM 6:54 AM 6:56 AM 6:57 AM 6:59 AM
7301 MASON RD 270 KERN RD 305 KERN RD 332 KERN RD 545 KERN RD 7474 CROFOOT RD 7305 CROFOOT RD 777 KERN RD 6711 CROFOOT RD 6890 CROFOOT RD 7187 CROFOOT RD KERN RD & TALONNA TR 923 KERN RD 6977 LANGE RD 6939 LANGE RD 6835 LANGE RD 7016 LANGE RD 7233 LANGE RD LANGE RD & GROUSE LN LANGE RD & RIVER BEND DR 7950 LANGE RD 8265 LANGE RD 8584 LANGE RD 1746 S GREGORY RD 1896 S GREGORY RD 1055 S GREGORY RD 925 S GREGORY RD 710 S GREGORY RD 8846 CROFOOT RD 8500 CROFOOT RD FOWLERVILLE RD & COLLEEN DR FOWLERVILLE RD & RED ROCK DR 1576 FOWLERVILLE RD 1754 FOWLERVILLE RD
SECONDARY BUS 21 BILL WISURI/AMANDA POLZIN - BLUE SQUARE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
6:25 AM 6:25 AM 6:27 AM 6:29 AM 6:33 AM 6:34 AM 6:35 AM 6:37 AM 6:38 AM 6:39 AM 6:41 AM 6:47 AM 6:48 AM 6:49 AM
BRADLEY RD & IOSCO RIDGE DR 5334 BRADLEY RD 19060 BRADLEY RD 5700 SCYTHE CT 18342 WASSON RD WASSON RD & DAYMON DR 18901 WASSON RD 5745 S GREGORY RD S GREGORY RD & WEDGEWOOD DR 5151 S GREGORY RD 8123 ROBERTS RD 8035 MUNSELL RD MUNSELL RD & ASTORIA BLVD 7377 MUNSELL RD
SECONDARY BUS 22 KELLI JOHNSON - WHITE SQUARE 1 2 3 4
6:14 AM 6:18 AM 6:20 AM 6:25 AM
10700 VAN BUREN RD 3540 N CEDAR RD 3455 N CEDAR RD 1542 N CEDAR RD
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6:36 AM 6:40 AM 6:44 AM 6:45 AM 6:46 AM 6:47 AM 6:48 AM 6:49 AM 6:51 AM 6:52 AM 6:53 AM 6:55 AM 6:56 AM 6:59 AM 7:00 AM
10209 SARGENT RD 10775 JUDD RD 1288 BRIGGSVILLE RD 1466 BRIGGSVILLE RD 1700 BRIGGSVILLE RD 1844 BRIGGSVILLE RD 2100 BRIGGSVILLE RD 11350 VAN ORDEN RD 10801 VAN ORDEN RD 10410 VAN ORDEN RD 10160 VAN ORDEN RD 3112 NICHOLSON RD NICHOLSON RD & KEVIN FREDERICK MEMORI
9797 W GRAND RIVER 9569 W GRAND RIVER
SECONDARY BUS 23 SHERRIE MYSHOCK - WHITE CIRCLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
6:17 AM 6:18 AM 6:20 AM 6:22 AM 6:23 AM 6:23 AM 6:24 AM 6:26 AM 6:27 AM 6:28 AM 6:30 AM 6:31 AM 6:34 AM 6:35 AM 6:37 AM 6:37 AM 6:40 AM 6:41 AM 6:41 AM 6:42 AM 6:43 AM 6:44 AM 6:45 AM 6:45 AM 6:46 AM 6:48 AM 6:49 AM 6:51 AM 6:51 AM
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46
6:18 AM 6:20 AM 6:21 AM 6:22 AM 6:24 AM 6:25 AM 6:25 AM 6:26 AM 6:27 AM 6:28 AM 6:29 AM 6:31 AM 6:31 AM 6:32 AM 6:32 AM 6:33 AM 6:37 AM 6:37 AM 6:38 AM 6:39 AM 6:41 AM 6:42 AM 6:43 AM 6:43 AM 6:46 AM 6:47 AM 6:48 AM 6:49 AM 6:49 AM 6:51 AM 6:53 AM 6:54 AM 6:55 AM 6:57 AM 6:57 AM 6:58 AM 6:59 AM 7:01 AM 7:04 AM 7:05 AM 7:06 AM 7:07 AM 7:07 AM 7:09 AM 7:09 AM 7:10 AM
3488 BULL RUN RD 3670 BULL RUN RD 4552 BULL RUN RD 4920 BULL RUN RD 5190 BULL RUN RD 5261 BULL RUN RD BULL RUN RD & MATADOR LN 19364 WASSON RD 19320 WASSON RD 18205 BERKSHIRE DR 18285 BERKSHIRE DR 19077 WASSON RD 18008 DONOHUE RD 18287 DONOHUE RD 18999 WELLER RD 19115 WELLER RD 5883 WELLER RD 5623 WELLER RD 5555 WELLER RD 5470 WELLER RD 5425 WELLER RD 5363 WELLER RD 5222 WELLER RD 5191 WELLER RD 5155 WELLER RD RINGNECK WAY & BULL RUN RD 4539 BULL RUN RD 3803 BULL RUN RD 3721 BULL RUN RD
SECONDARY BUS 24 RENEE DONAL - BLUE CIRCLE 7800 W ALLEN RD 7532 W ALLEN RD 7361 W ALLEN RD 6888 W ALLEN RD 6470 ROBB RD 6599 ROBB RD 6717 ROBB RD 6767 ROBB RD 6899 ROBB RD 7117 CHASE LAKE RD 7405 CHASE LAKE RD 7689 CHASE LAKE RD 7759 CHASE LAKE RD 7805 CHASE LAKE RD 7875 CHASE LAKE RD 7950 CHASE LAKE RD 8682 SHERWOOD RD 8720 SHERWOOD RD 8846 SHERWOOD RD 8323 N GREGORY RD 7901 N GREGORY RD 9479 SHERWOOD RD 9490 SHERWOOD RD 9580 SHERWOOD RD 7165 NICHOLSON RD 9761 CHASE LAKE RD 9697 CHASE LAKE RD 9513 CHASE LAKE RD RUSTIC WAY DR & CHASE LAKE RD 6659 N GREGORY RD 9368 GRANT RD 9700 GRANT RD 9941 GRANT RD 9806 W ALLEN RD W ALLEN RD & RIVER ROCK DR 9511 W ALLEN RD 6241 MILLER RD 8900 CHASE LAKE RD 8444 W ALLEN RD 8746 W ALLEN RD 8864 W ALLEN RD 8876 W ALLEN RD 5849 N GREGORY RD 4979 N GREGORY RD 4811 N GREGORY RD 4363 N GREGORY RD
SECONDARY BUS 25 TRISHA MCCALLUM - GREEN TRIANGLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
6:13 AM 6:13 AM 6:14 AM 6:15 AM 6:16 AM 6:17 AM 6:19 AM 6:20 AM 6:22 AM 6:23 AM 6:24 AM 6:24 AM 6:25 AM 6:26 AM 6:27 AM 6:28 AM 6:29 AM 6:30 AM 6:34 AM 6:34 AM 6:35 AM 6:37 AM 6:38 AM 6:39 AM 6:40 AM 6:41 AM 6:43 AM 6:44 AM 6:45 AM 6:46 AM 6:48 AM 6:49 AM 6:50 AM 6:51 AM 6:53 AM 6:54 AM 6:55 AM 6:56 AM
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SECONDARY BUS 40 CHERYL CRUSAN - PURPLE CIRCLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
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-DEADLINE THURSDAY BY 4PMOFFICE AREA FOR RENT. 5 rooms, 1000 square feet near I-9, customer parking, 800. per month. Call (517) 81-127. *** FOREST & LAND MANAGEMENT: Buyer of standing timber. For a FREE NO obligation estimate please call (517) 243-499. Registered Forester 015. *** MECHANIC WILL WORK on cars, vans, pickupsâ€”cheap! (517) 223-8219. *** DIRECT CARE STAFF NEEDED: To take care of disabled adults in Howell. Valid driverâ€™s license required with clean driving record. (810) 30-0832 *** EXPERIENCED COOK WANTED. Foolâ€™s Gold Saloon, 'owntown Webberville. Apply in person. *** PIANO LESSONS. Accepting fall students. Call Karen at 517-898-041 *** DA SHOE IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for bartender/ wait staff positions. Available shifts are 'ays, Nights, and Weekends. Experience and a good work history is a plus, but we will train those that are seeking employment that are willing to learn and are responsible. Please no phone calls. Apply in person at 'a Shoe. 10100 W. Grand River, Fowlerville *** TWENTY THREE YEARS LICENSED DAY CARE. Has three full time openings for ages two and up. Serve breakfast and snack lunch and p.m. snack. $3 per hour call 521-4470 ask for Mary. *** RESPONSIBLE BOW HUNTER: New to the area looking to join a lease in the Fowlerville Howell area. Iâ€™m willing to exchange my time and work on your farm to be able to hunt. Thank-you Lance Kehr 517-223-855 or 734-320-8000 *** DRIVERS CDL-A: Lots of Miles. Great Pay/BeneÂżts & Bonuses. Home Weekly. No Slip Seat. No Touch. Newer Equipment 877-723-8932 *** DRIVERâ€™S VAN AND BOX TRUCK. Male/Female. Older generation preferred. Tandem teams ok. Experience not needed. No C'L needed, but you will need to have or get a chaufferâ€™s license. You will drive long distance. You will put on miles. You will be on the road for extended periods. If you like to driveâ€Śif you want to see what you havenâ€™t seen of this great country, you will enjoy this job. 517-915-8180 announce why you are calling. *** BABYSITTING BY FULLTIME CHRISTIAN mommy (now a grandma). 18 years same location. Just off Grand River, fenced in yard, lots to do, plenty of references. (517) 404-9222.
CEDAR RIVER ESTATES: Two bedroom mobile home. Air conditioning, stove, refrigerator, washer and dryer. $4,000. Call 517-2238320. *** FOR SALE: MIXED FIREWOOD, sold by the truckload. You cut. 7 miles south of Webberville 517-909-0027. *** DRIVERS: NEED HOMETIME, MILES? $2,000 Sign-On Bonus! 'edicated Home 'aily! C'L-A, 1 yr OTR. MTS. Recruiting: 800-7480192. *** TWO DAY SALE Friday, Aug. 30th 8 am â€“ 8 pm, Saturday Aug 31 8 am -5pm. Tools, furniture, womenâ€™s clothing, motorhome, boats, project Harley Bike. Everything must go. 5783 Gregory Road. *** DRIVERS: ATTN: CDL-A. Company 'rivers & Owner Operators. Teams and Singles. 'edicated Lanes. Home Weekly! 2500-2800 miles, Out 2 to 3 nights per week. Safety Bonus Program. BeneÂżts available after 90 days. months veriÂżable experience. Call: 800-787-4911. *** DA SHOE IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for cooks and prepcooks. Experience and a good work history is a plus, but we will train those that are seekinig employment that are willing to learn and whom are responsible. Please no phone calls, apply in person at 'a Shoe 10100 W. Grand River, Fowlerville *** EXTRA HUGE 5 FAMILY SALE Friday thru Monday, Sept. 2 from 9 am to pm at 525 'ansville Road, between M-52 and Kane Road. Many items including new electric keyboad, unique wreaths, swags, kitchenware, furniture, fabric, house plants, much, much, more â€“ some new. *** SOFA AND MATCHING CHAIR, good condition, $75.00. Round dining table, 4 chairs, 2 leaves, good condition $75.00. 2 mirrors. Call 517-304-758 or 517-223-199. *** WANTED; A PERSON to drive 2 Webberville High School students home in afternoon, Monday thru Friday from Webberville to Fowlerville (town). For weekly pay call 517-512-851. *** TREES: White pines, red pines, spruce, 4 to 5 feet, $30. foot $40, 7 foot $45, 8 foot $0, 9 foot $5. Blues, Blackhills, whites, Norways, Balsams. More for less, guaranteed. 10 to 12 feet planting. Fowlerville, Pinckney, etc. Howell, TC. 989-984-481.
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Military honors will be performed at the grave site of John Crofoot on Wednesday, Sept. 4, at 1 p.m. in Fowlerville. The site is located in Greenwood Cemetery, just east of the Mausoleum. The remembrance is being organized by Johnâ€™s older brother, Robert â€˜Bobâ€™ Crofoot, and comes 69 years after the young man was killed on a bombing run over Europe. â€œHe was a machine gunner on a B-24 bomber,â€? said Crofoot. â€œHe was stationed in England at the time of his death in 1944. The entire crew was killed.â€? The military honors are being conducted by the David Murnigham Detachment of the U.S. Marine Corps League of Livingston County. Bob Crofoot, who served in the U.S. Marines during World War II, is a member of the veterans group. Members of VFW Post 6464 are also expected to take part, while VFW member Butch Ogden will offer the main address. The mortality rate for the bombing crews during that stage of the war against Nazi Germany was high. â€œHe knew what to expect,â€? said Bob of his brother. â€œHe had enlisted in the Army Air Corps in 1943.â€? John was born in 1923, one of eight children of Arthur â€˜Budâ€™ and Iva Crofoot, and grew up on the family farm on Crofoot Road. Bob and George are the only living siblings. Also deceased are William, Wallace, Marvin, Paul, Edna, and Richard.
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7KHGHSDUWPHQWUHVSRQGHGWRHPHUJHQFLHVWKLVZHHN Thursday, August 15th DW SP ÂżUHÂżJKWHUV ZHUH dispatched to a medical emergency on Meadow Lane in the Village. At 8:03 p.m. the department was called to H[WLQJXLVKDFDUÂżUHRQ,LQ+DQG\7RZQVKLS$VHFRQG medical emergency, on Grand River in Handy Township, was reported at 9:23 p.m. The department responded to a mutual DLGUHTXHVWIURP+RZHOODWDVWUXFWXUHÂżUHDWSP7KLV call was cancelled prior to the arrival of our department. Five medical emergencies were reported Friday, August 16th. Four of these were on Grand River in Handy Township at various times, with the other being on Power Street in the Village at 1:37 p.m. Saturday, August 17th, at 11:39 a.m. personnel assisted Ems on Cedar River Drive in the Village. At 2:23 p.m. personnel assisted EMS at a medical emergency on Sistek Drive in Iosco Township. A gasoline spill on S. Grand Ave. in the Village was reported at 5:05 p.m. The department responded to Kern Road in Iosco Township at 8:04 p.m. to assist at a medical emergency. At 10:10 p.m. a motor vehicle accident was reported on I-96 in Handy Township. The department was dispatched to a motor cycle accident on I-96 in Handy 7RZQVKLS DW SP $W SP ÂżUHÂżJKWHUV ZHUH dispatched to a medical emergency on North Street in the Village. Also, there were four medical emergencies on Grand River in Handy Township that day. Sunday, August 18th, three medical emergencies on Grand River in Handy Township were reported. At 5:03 a.m. the department responded to a medical emergency on Majestic Acres in Iosco Township. Personnel assisted EMS on Grand River in the Village at 1:16 p.m. )LUHÂżJKWHUVZHUHFDOOHGWRH[WLQJXLVKDVPDOOJUDVVÂżUHRQ Spencer Drive in Conway Township at 2:58 p.m., Monday, August 19th. A medical emergency on Collins Street in the Village was reported at 4:07 p.m. At 5:19 p.m. the department was dispatched to a medical emergency on Cedar River Drive in the Village. Tuesday, August 20thDWSPÂżUHÂżJKWHUVUHVSRQGHG to assist EMS at a medical emergency on Power Street in the Village. A medical emergency on Garden Lane in the Village was reported at 2:52 p.m., Wednesday, August 21st.
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Living Happy & Healthy By Dawn Siggett A&( &erti¿ed Personal Trainer & Group Instructor
An Introduction Over 25 years ago I was drafted into a teaching position in aerobics. My enthusiasm, drive, and sheer joy in physical ¿tness moved me to become a certi¿ed personal trainer, group exercise instructor, spinning instructor, zumba instructor and yoga instructor. I have had the honor of teaching classes and personal training clients in California, Michigan and the Bahamas. Six years ago I met and married a man from Fowlerville. Moving to Fowlerville from the big city was a big adjustment, but I quickly fell in love with the people and embraced the slower pace of living in the country. Many things have changed in my life but my commitment to ¿tness and desire to help people with their ¿tness needs has not wavered. One way for me to reach out to my community and share my ¿tness knowledge, is to write a ¿tness article. I will be sharing ¿tness and nutrition tips, latest studies on health and ¿tness and any other information that would be
CONWAY TOWNSHIP SYNOPSIS OF MEETING APPROVED MINUTES JULY 16, 2013
Motions: 1. Call to Order 2. Approve agenda as amended 3. Approve minutes of June 18, 2013 Board meeting. 4. Motion to petition for Snyder and Sherwood Drain work 5. Accept treasurer report 6. Approve cost reimbursement for cemetery board member to attend workshop 7. Purchase new assessment maps 8. Approve payment for cemetery property title search services . Approve renewal of liaison of¿cer contract 10. Approve disbursements as presented 11. Adjourn meeting
helpful to obtain a healthier lifestyle. I have always believed that if you found a ¿tness activity you enjoyed, you will make that a part of your “every day” life. Find an activity…start slow and commit! I love music and I love to dance…so that is my go to activity. Others may ¿nd taking a brisk walk with their pet is their go to activity. Find what motivates you and start having fun!! Living Happy & Healthy, *** What is the best time to work out? I am often asked – when is the best time of the day to workout? Some research indicates that working out ¿rst thing in the morning is better because you start revving up your metabolism for the day and therefore burning more calories throughout the day. But on the Àip side, research also indicates that in the morning your core body temperature is low and you are not as alert in the morning, so if you are going to work out in the morning you should do something easy and light. Other research has shown that working out in the afternoon or the evening is better because your body temperature peaks and the rate your muscles repair and recover also peak. So it is suggested, that intense workouts should be done in the afternoon or evening. So what do I tell clients who ask me when the best time to work out? I tell them to workout when it is convenient for them! With today’s busy lifestyles, it is best to ¿nd a time that works for you on a consistent basis. Whether it is morning, afternoon or evening, the important thing is to get your workout in! Did You Know: --Getting a workout does not always require going to a gym, running on a treadmill or attending a spinning class. You can also burn calories by doing some fall clean up outside. Raking leaves for one hour for a 150 pounds woman will burn 300+ calories; 374 calories for cutting the lawn, weeding for one hour will burn 306 calories. So go outside, get some fresh air and clean up your yard! --Visualization…..it is important to visualize how you want to look when you reach your goal. Find a picture of yourself at your favorite weight and post it to help you with visualization. Many successful athletes will visualize their performance before getting up to bat, or running that race, or getting on the balance beam. Visualization is very powerful and will help you reach your goal. --Formula to Losing Weight – when calories consumed is less than calories expended – weight loss will occur. The rate of weight loss will depend on how many fewer calories you are eating and how many calories you are burning from physical activity (i.e. exercise). A healthy rate of weight loss is between 1-2 pounds a week. One pound of fat = 3,500 calories. In order to lose one pound in a week, you will need to reduce your net calories by 3,500 either between food intake or calories burned.
Letter to the Editor:
Eight months ago I never would have thought I would be writing this letter. At that time I was diagnosed with extensive small cell lung cancer. My life suddenly became a nightmare. Then in walks Cindy Lit and the group ‘Fans for a Cure’. Meeting adjourned at 8:30 pm. Next meeting Sept ‘Fans for a Cure’ is a local organization with a dedicated 17th, 2013 at 7:30 pm. Complete minutes are availgroup of volunteers that works to directly impact the lives able at the Conway Township Hall during regular ofof cancer patients and their families in our area. They are ¿ce hours, 8015 N )owlerville 5oad, )owlerville, M, involved with ¿nancial, emotional and education support at 48836. many levels. This wonderful organization sent my family to a Tiger game (a dream of ours) at absolutely no cost to us! Cindy Dickerson Cindy and her crew organized, gathered resources and even Conway Township Clerk (8/25/2013) catered a marriage renewal for my husband, myself and my entire family! They have cried, laughed and encouraged me every step of the way through my battle with cancer. Thanks from me and my family can never equal what they have done for us. I encourage all of you to visit their website, FANSFORACURE. ORG, and donate generously of your time, money and Do You Want To Enrich Your resources to help some of the numerous families battling Understanding Of His Word? cancer in our area. Sincerely, Do You Wish Your Faith Was Stronger? Susan Dowdy Fowlerville
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Outdoors: Blackberries “Find any berries yet?” I’d rolled the truck’s window down to ask a fellow I’d seen berrying from time to time, who was walking up the road in the late morning. His blue eyes twinkled from a sun reddened face and his shock of white hair was just a bit disheveled. “Been getting almost two quarts a day for the last three,” he answered while holding up a container almost ¿lled with the shiny fruit. There was some pride in his voice. I’d been watching the patch in the shady hollow by our cabin and it was just beginning to show a little of the ripening berries. “:ow :here’d you ¿nd that many?” I asked the question spontaneously, not really expecting him to reveal his berrying hot spot. “Been picking down along Crenshay Road,” he added right away.” I think there’s enough for everybody along there. You should ¿nd plenty there right now,” he continued. And so the blackberry season was on. Shirley and I, armed with a couple of our granddaughter’s sand pails, took to the land out back and in our hollow to begin our ¿rst “pick.” We waited until late afternoon when the cottonwoods had swallowed most of the sun’s heat but no longer. Until evening we picked in the yard behind the cabin and along the twotrack that wound out back. Our reward was a quart and a half of the year’s ¿rst blackberries and another pint of the season’s last raspberries. We always feel good about sharing in nature’s harvest and that evening I kept remembering the words of our fellow berrier. Already there were enough berries for a pie and perhaps a small batch of jam. The Crenshaw patch just might provide enough additional fruit for a larger batch. At about 9:00 the following morning, I was on my way to the suggested place while Shirley saw to baking a fresh pie. I prefer the picking and wanted to spend my time in the patch; Shirley wanted to bake. But that was several years ago and I’m here to tell you that blackberries are likely to react differently and according to the weather every year. A hot dry season such as last summer, likely would result in small and hard berried. A warm and wet summer will likely result in large, juicy fruit. And if the weather remains warm and moderate the time for picking blackberries might stretch into late September. More than once I’ve found excellent berries while scouting for the opening of archery deer season just before the October opener. Even in November when the frosts have been light, I’ve found big, shiny berries peeking out from beneath the golden bracken ferns. At any rate this late summer and fall look promising for a good crop. For anyone who would rather harvest their own wild berries than pay a dollar a handful at your local produce department in your grocery store, now might be a good time to check the roadsides or the places you’ve found blackberries in the past. Just remember to wear long sleeves if you ¿nd and plan to pick. A blackberry patch is jealous of its fruit and has some of the sharpest thorns in all of outdoors. Good luck as you participate in one of Michigan’s longest wild fruit seasons!
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Little Glad Center News
Michigan House Report Cindy Denby, 47th District
School is starting in just a few weeks and that means that school buses will be back on the road in full swing. Proper safety near a school bus is important and helps ensure that students get to and from school safely. This is a perfect time to review school bus safety with your kids before they head back to class. I also take this time to refresh my own memory on driving safety around school buses and I encourage you to do the same. Remember motorists must come to a complete stop at least 20 feet away from school bus that has its red lights Ă€ashing and must remained stopped until the red lights stop or the bus starts moving. I hope that you and your families have a great transition into the new school year. ##### As children and teachers across the state start heading back to school my fellow legislators and I will be ending our indistrict work period and heading back to session. I have enjoyed time to meet with many of you across the 47th District. I received great feedback and ideas from you and Iâ€™m looking forward to taking these great ideas back to Lansing and sharing them with my colleagues as we continue our work to propel Michigan even further down the path to success. 2ver the Âżrst si[ months of the 7th Legislature we were very successful in our efforts to continue Michigan on the path to recovery. We started this year with an Action Plan to guide us through this legislative term and it has served as a great tool to move Michigan in a positive direction. We have already accomplished many of the goals on this list and I am looking forward to continuing that work this fall. Michigan is in a much better place than it was a few years ago but there is still work to do. Iâ€™m proud of all we have accomplished so far this year and look forward to the hard work and reforms that will take place in the upcoming months. To view the Action Plan as well as see the goals we have already accomplished visit www.gophouse.org.
Fowlerville United Brethren hosting CERT training Sept. 26-28 The )owlerville 8nited Brethren Church is hosting Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training September 26-28. This program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their community and trains basic disaster response skills such as Âżre safety light search and rescue team organization and disaster medical operations. Attendees will be trained by a )EMA certiÂżed instructor and will be prepared to minister to the physical spiritual and emotional needs of disaster victims. The event will be held Thursday September 26 from 6 to 10 pm )riday September 27 from am to 5 pm and Saturday September 28 from am to 5 pm. Cost for the training is $35 per person or $60 per couple. Register online at www.fowlervilleub.org in the 8pcoming Events tab or by calling the church ofÂżce at 517-223-40. The church is located at 300 W. Grand River in )owlerville.
Beverly Farmer, Director email@example.com 517-223-6480 www.fowlervilleschools.org INFANT & TODDLER ROOM Our center offers full and part-time care for children birth Âą 2 months limited openings available. )eel free to call or stop by for additional information. Enrollment is limited to 4 infants and 8 toddlers; this offers the children plenty of interaction and a lot of attention. *** Preschool Open House- Tuesday, September 3rd 1000 am Âą 1200 pm - MondayWednesday MW) sessions â€“ both full and half-day sessions 1:00 pm â€“ 3:00 pm - Tuesday/Thursday sessions- both full day and half-day sessions Place: Munn Building; Little Glad Centerâ€™s location â€“ please use back/North entrance Bring: Your childâ€™s immunization record if you havenâ€™t done so already. Parents and children are welcome to attend. This is an informal time to meet the teacher assistant and visit the classroom. *** Preschool Registration; Fall 2013 Enrollment for fall 2013 started March 1st. We offer full day and half-day sessions with a total of 5 sessions to choose from. We have sessions available for 3 and 4 year olds. Registration fee is $50.00 (non-refundable). We welcome parent volunteers in the classrooms. Call or visit the ofÂżce for additional information. *Children must be three or four by November 1 2013 to participate in preschool. FULL-DAY SESSIONS Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday full waiting list available Three and )our year olds :00 am â€“ 3:00 pm Total enrollment: 20 children Our center has added a full-day Friday Session to the Monday/Wednesday full day. (Optional â€“ Three full days) Three and )our year olds :00 am â€“ 3:00 pm Teacher: Mrs. Ashleigh Brock Assistant: Mrs. Cindy Mathews HALF-DAY SESSIONS
Monday Wednesday )riday limited openings available )our year olds 8:30 am â€“ 11:30 am Total enrollment: 18 children Tuesday and Thursday â€“ AM, limited openings available Three year olds 8:30 am â€“ 11:30 am Total enrollment: 16 children Tuesday and Thursday â€“ PM, limited openings available Three and four year olds 12:30 pm â€“ 3:30 pm Total enrollment: 16 children Teacher: Mrs. Laure Frechette Assistant: Mrs. Penny Brettelle *** Registration Forms Our registration forms are on-line both Little Glad center and preschool. Go to the )owlerville Schools website @ www. fowlervilleschools.org under the â€œschool tabâ€? choose ÂľLittle Glad Centerâ€™ this will take you to our web page the registration forms are a choice along the left side of the page. It is a writable form which saves you time while completing the information. Once the form is completed print it out sign the reTuired areas and bring it to our ofÂżce. *** REMINDER If your child attended our program last school year you M8ST complete a new registration packet if your child plans on attending this school year. Licensing requires new signatures every year. The registration packet must be completed and received 24 hours before your child can attend our program. *** Up-Coming Events August 30 Little Glad Center is CLOSED )riday
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OR 24 Month Lease Only
With $1,999 due at signing • 10,000 miles/year
*Plus tax, title, plate, DOC fee and destination charge. Must qualify for returning lessee or Conquest lessee when applicable. 2013 Ram 1500 must qualify for Conquest Trade Assist Bonus. Must qualify for Military Appreciation Bonus. Must provide valid Chrysler employee control #. All rebates to dealer. See dealer for details. **24 month closed end lease, 10,000 miles per yr. w/approved credit through Chrysler Capital Tier 1 or 2. $1,999 due at inception includes 1st payment, plate transfer & title, DOC fee. Must qualify for select returning lessee on Conquest Lease Cash where applicable. Must qualify for Military Appreciation Bonus. Must provide valid Chrysler employee control #. All payments plus 6% use tax. All rebates to dealer. See dealer for details.
I-96 and Fowlerville Road, Exit 129 • 3030 Fowlerville Road
SHOWROOM OPEN: Mon. & Thurs. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. • Tues., Wed. & Fri. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. • Sat. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. SERVICE DEPARTMENT OPEN: Mon. & Thurs. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. • Tues., Wed. & Fri. 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sat. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. BODY SHOP OPEN: Mon. thru Fri. 8am-6pm