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Sunday, September 8, 2013
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Fowlerville â€˜Relay for Lifeâ€™ planned this weekend at fairgrounds By Corinne Jelken, Relay for Life of Fowlerville Committee Chair On Saturday, September 14, the American Cancer Society will be holding its annual Relay For Life of Fowlerville. Since 1985, Relay For Life has grown from one man, Dr. Gordy Klatt, who walked, jogged and ran around a track for 24 hours raising money for his local American Cancer Society unit to a movement to eliminate cancer that now takes place in more than 5,100 communities in the United States and in 20 other countries around the world. Nearly 4 million people participate in this life-changing event that has raised a total of more than $4 billion to fund the American Cancer Societyâ€™s mission. Everyone in Fowlerville is invited to attend this event. This team-oriented event builds friendship among participating
members by having fun and raising money for the Âżght against cancer. Itâ€™s the perfect team-building event for any organization. The local event will consist of 24 teams who spend 24 hours together in efforts to raise money and Âżght cancer. Each team has at least one member walking or running the track during the entire 24 hour cycle. Relay For Life is about celebrating, remembering and Âżghting back. The American Cancer Society celebrates cancer survivors by inviting all local cancer survivors to start the Relay event at 12, noon. The Survivors Lap honors those who have won their Âżght against cancer and those who are currently undergoing treatment. This year the local Fowlerville High School band will be honoring the cancer survivors as they take the Âżrst lap. The American Cancer Society also remembers all of those touched with cancer with the Luminaria Ceremony after Continued on pg 22
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Fowlerville Junior High School News
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 began on Wednesday, Sept. 4; practice is from 2:30-6:30; CROSS COUNTRY practice began Wednesday, Sept. 4. Be sure to dress for the weather. *** FJH PARENTS SHOULD EXPECT TO VOLUNTEER & ASSIST THE ATHLETIC BOOSTERS AT THEIR MANY ACTIVITIES DURING THE YEAR. Help is always needed!!! Fall concessions for the high school athletic
Important Dates Fundraiser Kickoff Sept. 17 Welcome Back Dance Sept. 20 Homecoming Football Game Sept. 27 *** 6TH GRADERS...take note; You may run CROSS COUNTRY for FJH this year! A physical is required; practice began on Wed., Sept. 4. 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
A Chicken and Biscuit supper will be served at the PlainÂżeld United Methodist Church located at 17845 M-36, north of Gregory. Dinner will be served starting at 5 pm on Saturday, September 14th. A Free-will donation will be accepted. Takeout dinners are available. The public is invited to attend.
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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.
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Follow us on Facebook & www.fowlervillelibrary.org. Registration usually opens 2 weeks prior to the event unless otherwise noted. *** 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 now underway. *** 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 now underway. *** 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 now underway. *** 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 now underway. *** Intro to eBooks @ the Library: Monday Sept 16th at 5:30pm
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.* *There is a $5 refundable cash deposit per class due at registration. Registration is open. *** Wii Gaming Club: Tuesday Sept 17th at 4pm Kids K-5th grades. We will be playing a four player Wii game of the staffâ€™s choosing, while taking turns and cheering our friends on. There will also be board games available to play while waiting our turn at the Wii. *There are limited spaces. Register to attend at 517-223-9089. Registration is open. *** Teen Advisory Council: Tuesday Sept 17th at 5pm Teens 6th-12th grades. Help plan future library after hours monthly events such as overnight Lockins, after hour events, book & movie events; suggest materials to add to the libraryâ€™s teen collection. Earn volunteer credits. *** MI Reads PJ Party! Wednesday, Sept 18th 5:30-6pm Kids K-5th grade. Join us in your best, funniest, or coolest pajamas for our annual pajama party! Weâ€™ll be reading â€œWoolburâ€? by Leslie Helakoski, illustrated by Lee Harper. *There are limited spaces. Register to attend at 517223-9089. Registration is open. *** 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.
â€˜Mellow notesâ€™ at Howell Eagles
The notes are mellow, listening is easy, and dancing fantastic as the Blue Notes play their special music for your pleasure at the Howell Eagles, 141 Schroeder, on Sunday, Sept. 15 from 3 to 7 p.m. Admission is $5 with food and drinks available for purchase. For additional information, call 517-548-1630 or 517-881-0488.
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Original Dulcimers Players Club holding jam session on Sept. 12
Linda Ann Grabis Linda Ann Grabis, age 66, of Fowlerville, died Friday August 30, 2013. She was born May 16, 1947 in Detroit to Richard & Alice (Mohr) Schafer. Surviving are 2 daughters: Heidi M. Windsor of Fowlerville and Heather N. Faucett of Allegan and 10 grandchildren, 2 brothers: Lawrence (Mary) Schafer and Jim (Christine) Schafer and a sister: Debra King. She was preceded in death by her ex-husband: Paul Grabis. Memorial services were held at 11AM Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013 at Fowlerville United Brethren in Christ Church with Pastor MarN Wilson of¿ciating. Memorial contributions may be made to the family. Arrangements were handled by the Niblack Funeral Home, Dillingham Liverance Chapel. www.niblackfuneralhome.com
Wilma A. Kingsley Wilma A. Kingsley, age 87, of Fowlerville, died August 30, 2013 at Home Sweet Home Assisted Living in Haslett. She was born Wilma Caskey on 2ct. 7, 192 in Plain¿eld to (rma and James Caskey, When she was 2 years old her mother died, and she was raised and later adopted by her aunt and uncle, Lura and McClure Hinchey. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Maurice Kingsley, brothers: Donald, Glen, Harold, Kenneth and Ferris Caskey, sisters: Lois Latson and Jean Caskey and son-in-law: Ric Paschke. She graduated from Howell High School in 1943 and worked at Howell Motors before marrying in 1948. Surviving are her 6 children: Maureen Paschke of Fernandina Beach, Fla., Gordon (Nola) Kingsley, Marilee (Wayne) Grif¿th and Steve (Annie) Kingsley, all of Fowlerville, JoAnn Nelson of Coronado, CA and Joyce (Randy) Hood of Bakers¿eld, CA. Also, she is greatly missed by 12 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren, as well as sisters: (leanor Sevilla of Woodland Hills, CA and Joan (Fred) Corser of Auburndale, FL, sisters-in-law: Doris Kingsley Palmer of Charlotte and Vondell Kingsley Huck of Howell, and many nieces, nephews and friends. Over her lifetime Wilma was dedicated to her family, active in several area social/civic activities and was past-president of the Philomathean Club of Fowlerville. She and Maurice were originating members of the Progressive Farmers Farm Bureau Group and belonged to that group for more than 60 years. Funeral services were on Wednesday, September 4, 11AM at Niblack Funeral Home, Fowlerville with Pastor Mark Wilson of Fowlerville United Brethren in Christ Church of¿ciating. Interment was in Greenwood Cemetery. In lieu of Àowers memorial contributions are welcome to the Family Impact Center or Fowlerville Alumni Association Scholarship Fund. www.niblackfuneralhome.com
Marie C. Tobin Marie C. Tobin, age 70, of Fowlerville, died Sunday Sept. 1, 2013. She was born June 10, 1943 to Charles F. and Fern M. (Crawford) LaMarsh. She was a 1962 graduate of Fowlerville High School and was an interior decorator. Surviving are her 2 children: Keith (Karla) Tobin of Chicago and Deann (Benito) Moreno of (aton Rapids, 4 grandchildren: Joshua, Brandon, Paige and Tyler, brother: Robert LaMarsh and 2 sisters: Judy Sprague and Pamela LaMarsh. Memorial visitation was at 4-7 PM on Saturday, Sept. 7, at Niblack Funeral Home, Dillingham Liverance Chapel. www.niblackfuneralhome.com
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Livingston County Board of Public Work West Grand River Sanitary Sewer Project Location: Handy Township The Livingston County Board of Public Works will receive proposals at the of¿ce of the Livingston County Drain Commissioner, 2300 East Grand River Ave, Howell, MI 48843 until 10:00 a.m. on September 26, 2013 at which time placed bids will be opened and read. Description of work: Installation of 740 feet of 15 inch PVC gravity sanitary sewer and 2,624 feet of directionally drilled 2 inch HDPE sanitary sewer force main. Copies of the plans, speci¿cations and proposal forms shall be available on or after 12:00 p.m. Wednesday, September 4, 2013 at the of¿ces of Hubbell, Roth Clark, Inc. Consulting Engineers, 555 Hulet Drive, Bloom¿eld Hills, Michigan 48302-0360, 248-454-6300. 09-08-2013
The Original Dulcimers Players Club (ODPC) will have their next “all day” Jam Session on September 12. They play on the 2nd Thursdays of the month. The session will be at the Fowlerville Church of the Nazarene, 8040 Country Corner Dr., Fowlerville, in the strip mall just south of the I-96 (overpass) bridge on Fowlerville Road from 10 a.m. until evening. In August the playing lasted until 9 p.m. All acoustic instruments are welcome. Come and spend an hour or all day. It has evolved to include pot luck snacks around the coffee pot during the day and a restaurant supper break, with more Jamming `til we quit.
Livingston Acoustic Music Society holding Jam Session on Sept. 21
The Livingston Acoustic Music Society (LAMS) Jam Sessions are open to interested musicians, singers and listeners. We include many different instruments, styles of music and levels from beginners to accomplished. Time: The third (3rd) Saturday of the month; 7-11 p.m. Place: Fowlerville Church of the Nazarene; 8040 Country Corner Dr.; Fowlerville, in the strip mall just south of the I-96 (overpass) bridge on Fowlerville Road. We are a fun, no obligation, family friendly, music sharing, relaxed, informal group. Our next Jam Session is Saturday, September 21, 2013, starting at 7 p.m.
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Divorce Care, a 13 week recovery seminar and support program, is beginning again at First Baptist Church of Fowlerville (next to Curtis Grocery). It meets from 6:30 â€“ 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday evenings, beginning September 17. Grief Share is a combination video seminar/support group for those suffering the loss of someone close. This 13week program begins meeting on Sunday, September 15 at Fowlervilleâ€™s First United Methodist Church (on the corner of Church & Second streets) from 6:00 â€“ 7:30 p.m. Parenting is Heart Work is a new 9-week parenting class that will be held on Wednesdays from 6:30-8:00 p.m., beginning September 18 at the Family Impact Wellness Center (formerly the Fowlerville Christian School building). Based on biblical research, it gives you the practical tools necessary to get into your childrenâ€™s hearts and enables them to make good choices a way of life. It has a combination video teaching/discussion format. For more information or to sign up for either of these programs, please call Family Impact Center at 517-223-4428.
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Letter to the Editor: For evil to triumph good men should do nothing. I must raise a voice against the annual Easy Rider Event. Evil must hide behind false words. If language is used appropriately and the meanings of words are used in a consistent manner, evil will be exposed. Here is a list of words that, if used in their natural, right way, the Easy Rider Event would have no place in the Fowlerville Area. â€œ3XEOLF 3ULYDWH 3URÂżW 3URVWLWXWLRQ /DZ HQIRUFHPHQW ,QGHFHQW H[SRVXUH )RUQLFDWLRQ $GXOWHU\ (QWHUWDLQPHQW 'UXQNHQQHVV)DPLO\5HSXWDWLRQÂ´ May I live to see the day when Fowlerville will speak honestly about evil, and the Easy Rider Evil Idea is a thing of the past. Sincerely, Douglas Helzerman
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Local public school partners come together for United Way
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Superintendents and other staff of the local public schools recently came together at the Livingston County United :ay ofÂżce for discussion and planning for their upcoming United Way campaigns. As school staff members returned for the 2013 school Shown front row, l-r: Greg Gray, Tedd Bradley, Mary Aldecoa, and Nancy Rosso. year, information was shared Back row, l-r: Rick Todd, Ron Wilson, Dan Danosky, David Morse, Scott VanEpps, about resources available to and Wayne Roedel. Prosecuting Attorney, and Brian Jonckheere, Livingston local families and the role of County Drain Commissioner. the Livingston County United Way. 7he ofÂżcial United Way .ickOff for the 2013 Campaign â€œLocal schools and their employees are integral partners in our community,â€? said Nancy Rosso, Executive Director of will be 7uesday, September 1 from 330 p.m. at the new the Livingston County United Way. â€œOur teachers and school terminal of the Spencer J. Hardy Airport. The County of staff see Âżrsthand some of the challenges families are facing. Livingston is cohosting the event as an Open House to the Itâ€™s our job to connect our schools and broader community to public. For more information, call the Livingston County United key programs and initiatives to help sustain our residents.â€? 7he 2013 Livingston County United Way Campaign Co Way at 103000. chairpersons are David Morse, former Livingston County
Fowlerville Tennis Team places 2nd at recent Haslett Invitational The Fowlerville Tennis team played in the Haslett Invitational on August 2 and Âżnished 2nd with 2 points. Haslett won the event with 2 points. Taking Âżrst place and upping their record to 100 on the year was the 2nd doubles team of Cody Leggert and Zach Wilber. Finishing 2nd on the day was *rant Taylor at th singles and the doubles teams of Alton Gilaj/David Miechiels 3rd doubles and Chris Schult]/Sean .eating th doubles . Winning the consolation bracket was the 1st doubles team of Garrett .ottong/Taylor Lockhart. Finishing in 3rd place was 2nd singles Jacob Prochnow, and Âżnishing as consolation runners up were 1st singles John Grable and 3rd singles Cody Durbin.
Autumn Fest Dinner on Sept. 20
St. Johnâ€™s Episcopal Church will hold its Autumn Fest Dinner on Friday, Sept. 20 from 5 to 7 p.m. The meal includes Roast Pork, delicious sides and drink. Free will offering will be taken. St. Johnâ€™s Episcopal Church is located at 50 Prospect Street, Howell. Questions: call 517530.
CONWAY TOWNSHIP ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held September 17, 2013 at 6:30 pm at the Conway Township Hall, 8015 North Fowlerville Road, Fowlerville Mi 48836, to consider a variance request: Dustin Kuhfeldt is requesting a variance regarding; rebuilding a home to replace the burned down home at 6100 Miller Road. Property is located North of Allen Road, South of Grant Road on Miller Road Section 13, Parcel ID 4701-33-400-004, in a Residential Zoning District of Conway Township. According to Conway Township Zoning Ordinance 2009, Section 8.04 Area, Height and Bulk Regulations. (Building on one-acre parcel) If you would like a copy of this Section you can contact the Conway Township Hall during regular business hours on Tuesday hours of 9 am to 3pm and Wednesday 9 am to 5 pm. Or you can view it on our website under the Planning and Zoning section. www.conwaytownship.com 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 on September 17, 2013. All interested persons are invited to attend and offer comments on the requested variance.
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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.
Beautiful setting in a country sub for this like new Ranch home. Includes 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1st floor laundry and central air. Full walkout basement ready to finish and 2 car attached garage. Fowlerville schools. $144,000.
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.
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. $1,050.
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.
REDUCED! 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. Move in condition. $210,000.
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
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Kreeger Elementary School News Important Information for the 2012- 2013 School Year 9/25/13 â€“ Kreeger Picture Day 10/2/13 â€“ Student Count Day *** Box Tops, VG Receipts, Campbell Soup Labels
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Thank you, Fowlerville, for being on our team! Kreeger Elementary would like to thank our Fowlerville WalMart and the community. Many of you supplied Kreeger Elementary with notebooks, pencils, erasers, and many other classroom necessities on Thursday, August 29th at WalMart. The number of tissue boxes donated was â€œnothing to sneeze at.â€? These items are greatly appreciated. Gift cards were also gratefully accepted. Our building theme this year is â€œteamwork.â€? Thank you for teaming with us for children! Pictured are teachers Gail Tupy and Sue Charron with a box full of school supplies.
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‘Power of sports’ helps to veterans re-enter civilian life By Steve Horton The name of the organization is VETSsports, and its primary goal has been to help veterans who’ve suffered a physical or emotional wound re-enter civilian life through participation in sports. More recently the focus has widened to include all veterans. “The mission of VETSports is to help wounded veterans overcome their injuries through adaptive sports and rehabilitation programs, states the group’s Àyer. “2ur organization encourages all veterans with disabilities to participate in physical activity and engage with their community as a member of a local sports team. We know the bene¿ts of adaptive sports and how participating in team activities can lead to not only a faster recovery, but also a sense of purpose and ful¿llment.´ 2ne of those µwounded warriors’ who can attest to this belief in the µpower of sports’ to aid in the rehabilitation process and, as important, help injured and disabled service men and women re-acclimate themselves back into civilian life is Bryan Belcher. The young man grew up south of Fowlerville, graduating from high school in 2004. He now resides in Howell, plays on the VETSports national softball team, and recently became the group’s regional coordinator for Michigan. In that latter position, he’s seeking to recruit any and all veterans, whether disabled or not, to join a sports team made up of other veterans and take part in available leagues and tournaments. Belcher has the ardor of a true believer when he talks about VETSports because he speaks from personal experience on how sports can help a veteran re-intergrate back into their local community and civilian life. “I joined the U.S. Army in 2005 and was trained as a combat engineer,´ Belcher noted. “I had been stationed at Fort Bragg in North Carolina when I was deployed to Afghanistan in April of 200.´ A combat engineer’s job, he explained, is to go ahead of a convoy or foot patrol for the purpose of detecting and then dismantling Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) that enemy combatants have buried. “IEDs have been the number one killer in both Afghanistan and IraT,´ Belcher noted. The job is obviously fraught with risk, but Belcher said that he accepted the danger, knowing that he was helping the people behind him. “My job was to blow the IEDs up before they blew up our soldiers,´ he noted. But it would not be one of these devices that ended his job as a combat engineer and his plans for a long-term career in the Army. “2n August 2, 200 our convoy was ambushed,´ he said matter-of-factly. “A rocket-propelled grenade hit the door of the Humvee I was driving. I jumped out of the truck, on ¿re, and then got shot in the leg. As a result of this I lost my left index ¿nger from the explosion, had shrapnel wounds on my hands and legs, and suffered burns on my legs, hands, and face.´ He was shipped off to Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas to receive treatment and after a yearand-a-half was sent back to his unit at Fort Bragg for further rehabilitation. Then in September of 2009 he was medically retired from the Army. Bryan is one of nine children of Robert and Maria Belcher. “I’m in the middle,´ he noted. “My father was a lieutenant
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still in the service, Bryan took part in a bike ride put on the by the Wounded Warriors Project for soldiers with disabilities. “It started at the White House where I met President *eorge W. Bush and proceeded to Annapolis in Maryland,´ he said. “During that event I met Brian Urruela who would soon, with others, form VETSports. “This is a tax exempt, non-pro¿t organization that was started two years ago in Washington, D.C.,´ Belcher explained. “Knowing that I loved to play softball, I was asked to join the national team that was being formed and is nicknamed µWounded Warriors’.´ 2ver the past two seasons this team has traveled to serveral cities ranging from Houston to Danville, Illinois. The squad includes players who have lost either an arm or leg or who, like Belcher, have suffered other injuries, and they come from all over the country. “When we go to a city, it’s a three-day event for us,´ he noted. “2n the actual game day we play three times against teams made up of local ¿remen and police of¿cers. We also give talks and visit local veterans’ facilities. VETSports keeps a portion of the proceeds to cover expenses and raise funds for the organization, but the rest is donated to a local charity. For example, at Danville earlier this summer, which was our second time there, we helped raise around ,000 for a charity called AMBUCS that helps children with disabilities. While there we also talked with some of those kids.´ This coming Wednesday, Sept. 8, the team will be at nearby Grand Rapids, playing at the Fifth Third Ballpark. Starting at 5 p.m., the Warriors will play against teams from the Grand Rapids Police Department and the Grand Rapids Fire Department. Tickets are 0, with free admission for children under 2 as well as active military and veterans. The local charity that will bene¿t from the event is the Mary Free Bed Hospital. Belcher said that this opportunity to play softball, travel around the country, and assist other non-pro¿t organizations with their efforts has validated the belief by VETSports’ original founders in the power of sports to aid veterans. “My involvement has totally changed my mind set,´ he said. “Instead of feeling sorry for myself, I’m back doing the things I love.´ While Belcher has been fortunate to play on the national team, most veterans do not have this opportunity. With that in mind, VETSports recently launched a grassroots effort to encourage and assist veterans in organizing teams at a local level for various sports. Those teams would then participate in available leagues, tournaments, and special events. Providing any needed special equipment for a veteran with a disability is part of this effort. Belcher was asked to serve as the coordinator in Michigan and is now enthusiastically pursing this new challenge. “Since I’m from Livingston County and have to start somewhere, I now attempting to organize area teams for softball, volleyball, mud running, Àag football, and golf,´ he said. “These would be open to any veteran, whether they suffered a wound or not, and are co-ed. 2nce a team is formed, then we’ll look for venues where they can compete.´ Anyone interested in joining one of these teams or otherwise helping out can contact Bryan Belcher at his email: BryanBelcher85@gmail or go to VETSports on Facebook. Belcher can also be reached by phone at: (90) 9-4. At present this local effort will be funded by donations. The donated money will help offset the registration fees and other costs incurred in organizing and equipping the teams and then participating in the leagues and tournaments. While other fundraising efforts will come in the future, Belcher said the ¿rst step is to see what level of interest exists among area veterans. For more information about VETSports, check out its web site: www.vetsports.org.
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Webberville Report WEBBERVILLE SCHOOLS DISTRICT NEWS
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Student Safety â€“ For the safety of our elementary students, please remember that student drop off and pick up is in front of the elementary building on Main Street. Busses only behind the multipurpose room between the hours of: 7:30 AM â€“ 8:15 AM and 2:30 PM â€“ 3:15 PM. *** Elementary Booster Meeting â€“ Please join the elementary boosters for the Âżrst meeting of the school year on Monday, September 9. The meeting will be held in room 10 and starts at 6:00PM. *** School Pictures - Elementary students will have their pictures taken on Wednesday, September 25. Picture packets will be sent home with your child. Picture retakes will be Wednesday, October 30.
Webberville Garden Club to sponsor Pumpkin Decorating Contest
The Webberville Garden Club is sponsoring a childrenâ€™s pumpkin decorating contest for boys and girls sixth grade and under. Entries will be accepted starting Friday, September 27 at 3:00 p.m. until Saturday, September 28 at 3:00 p.m. Bring your decorated pumpkin to the Garden Club booth in the Exhibit building next to the Fire Station. Pumpkin entries will not be accepted after 3:00 p.m. on Saturday. Only one pumpkin per child. Pumpkins are not to be carved and decorating done only by the child. Each child will be asked to write one sentence describing their pumpkin on the entry form. Adults may help the younger ones write their responses. Ribbons and prizes will be awarded.
â€˜Williamston Grub Crawlâ€™ planned for Oct. 22
The Williamston Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 2013 Williamston Grub Crawl on Tuesday, October 22, from 6 - 9 pm. This is a food and drink sampling tour of eating establishments in beautiful downtown Williamston. For $25/person, or $40/couple, you will receive free samples of food and drink at participating establishments. Prizes. Contact the Williamston Area Chamber of Commerce for ticket information at 517-6551549 or email: email@example.com.
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Capital Area Library Events WEBBERVILLE Make a Bristlebot (Ages 5-12)* Date: 9/11/2013 - Start Time: 3:15 PM Description: Think building a robot is complicated? Then you havenâ€™t made a Bristlebot, a simple robot built from everyday household materials. Limited to 10 participants, * with registration required by calling 517-521-3643. Scrabble Club (Adults) Date: 9/12, 26 - Start Time: 6:30 PM Description: Our informal club for adults welcomes players of all skill levels in a relaxed, low-key atmosphere. *** WILLIAMSTON Drop-in LEGO Club (Ages 6-14) Date: 9/10, 24 - Start Time: 4:00 PM Description: Kids love getting creative with our LEGOÂŽ collection! Playing with imaginative toys builds skills used in reading. Preventing Identity Theft and Scams (Adults) Date: 9/11/2013 - Start Time: 6:00 PM Description: Learn how to reduce your risk and what to do if youâ€™re the victim of some of the fastest growing crimes in Americaâ€”ID Theft and phone/email scams. Retro Saturday Morning Cartoons Date: 9/14/2013 - Start Time: 9:30 AM Description: Kids can wear their pajamas to enjoy classic cartoons from the 1980s and 1990s and a cereal breakfast.
Michigan woman to describe â€˜Journey of Faithâ€™ at Williamston Church The public is invited to experience â€œA Journey of Faithâ€? as described by Mary Taylor, a Michigan woman who has made it her mission to help the orphans of Uganda. The journey will be described during a program at 10 a.m. Saturday, September 21, at Crossroads United Methodist Church, corner of Haslett and Zimmer roads north of Williamston and east of Haslett. (While Zimmer Road construction is underway, the church is best approached via Haslett Road.) Taylor, who resides in Leelanau, Michigan, will tell of her second trip to the African country in January, where she became more acquainted with a grassroots organization called Kids First. â€œ, was determined to Âżnd a group , could trust, develop relationships with and serve,â€? says Taylor. â€œYou will hear stories about the people I met and worked with in Uganda, and what I have been privileged to accomplish before, during and after this trip.â€? Taylor reports that there are 2.5 million orphans in Uganda today, that half the population is 14 years or younger, and half of adults there living with AIDS are women. Taylorâ€™s program will be sponsored by the Crossroads United Methodist Women. It will include a sale of Ugandan crafts brought to America, proceeds from which will support the women and children of that country. For details, please contact the church at 517/655-1466, email at ofÂżce#crossroadsofwilliamston.org or see the church website, www.crossroadsofwilliamston.org.
Ingham County Genealogical Society to meet Sept. 12 At Vevay Township Hall
The Ingham County Genealogical Society will meet on Thursday, September 12, 2013 at 7pm at the Vevay Township Hall, 780 Eden Road, one mile south of Mason, MI. This monthâ€™s program will feature Mitch Lutzke presenting his â€œHistory of Williamstonâ€?. A short business meeting will follow the program. For more information call Diane Bishop, President 517-676-7140.
Fowlerville Community Theatre holding audition for A Christmas Carol Fowlerville Community Theatre invites you to audition for its holiday play A Christmas Carol at the Fowlerville Jr. High auditorium, Sept. 12 & 13 (6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.), Sept. 14 (noon â€“ 5:00 p.m.), and Sept. 19 (6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.). Several actors, children and adults, are needed to Âżll the cast. No previous acting experience is needed â€“ just a desire to meet new people and have fun. Request an audition packet and schedule an audition time at fowlervillecommunitytheatre#gmail.com or call Diana Dombrowski at 517 223-9409. Charles Dickensâ€™ A Christmas Carol is the story about the bitter, greedy and cranky Ebenezer Scrooge, a humbug who hates Christmas and people. On Christmas Eve he is visited by the doomed chained ghost of his former partner Jacob Marley, who tells him that three spirits would visit him that night: the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future. The ghostly encounters are both terrifying and heartwarming. This universal story is ultimately one of family, conscience, regret and second chances. Adapted and directed by Dr. Tim Tersigni, A Christmas Carol will come to life at the Alverson Center for Performing Arts on Dec. 6-8, 2013 (show times to be announced).
Fowlerville Fire Department Report The department responded to 10 emergencies this week. A medical emergency on Van Buren Road in Handy Township was reported at 6:56 p.m., Thursday, August 29th. At 11:59 p.m. ÂżreÂżghters were dispatched to a motor vehicle accident with injuries at the intersection of Mason and Fowlerville Roads in Iosco Township. Friday, August 30th, at 8:14 a.m. the department was called to assist EMS on Mason Road in Handy Township. A tree blocking the road on Chase Lake Road in Conway Township was reported at 2:36 p.m. At 9:12 a.m., Saturday, August 31st, personnel responded to Mason Road in Iosco Township for a medical emergency. FireÂżghters were dispatched to remove a tree blocking Gregory Road in Iosco Township at 2:32 p.m. Then at 10:12 p.m. the department went to Amy Drive in Handy Township to assist at a medical emergency. A medical emergency on Linden Street in the Village was reported at 11:42 a.m., Sunday, September 1st. Wednesday, September 4th, at 8:38 a.m. ÂżreÂżghters responded to a medical emergency on Red Rock Drive in Handy Township with a second medical emergency being at 9:28 a.m. on Devonshire Street in the Village.
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Fowlerville Boys JV soccer team starts season on rough note By Doug Jarvis, Junior Varsity Soccer Coach The Fowlerville Boys JV soccer team began the season on a rough note, going 0-3. On Tuesday, August 27, the boys played against a talented Howell squad. The game was played evenly until, ten minutes
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Jake Kollek (7) gains yardage in the second quarter. Photo by Dawn Gawel.
Fowlerville varsity wins football opener against Dexter Fowlerville Highâ€™s varsity football team won its opener on Thursday, August 29, against Dexter by a 17-10 score. The Gladiators, unveiling the new â€˜pistolâ€™ offense thatâ€™s designed WRVSUHDGRXWWKHÂżHOGRISOD\DQGKDVWKHTXDUWHUEDFNVHWXS in a shot-gun formation, piled up 252 yards on the ground and had another 43 in the air. But it was the defense that proved most effective. They forced four fumbles, including one that was returned 80 yards IRUDWRXFKGRZQLQWKHÂżUVWTXDUWHUDQGDÂżQDORQHUHFRYHUHG at the Fowlerville one-yard line that came in the closing minutes of the game. Both of those fumbles were caused by Mason Litz, a strong safety, who stripped the ball for the Dreadnaught runner. Litz, DMXQLRUDOVROHGWKHRIIHQVHDWTXDUWHUEDFN,QWKDWSRVLWLRQ KHUDQIRU\DUGVDQGFRPSOHWHGÂżYHRIQLQHSDVVLQFOXGLQJ
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LIVING ESTATE AUCTION Saturday, Sept. 14 @ 10:00 a.m. (Doors open at 8:30 a.m.)
14635 S. Nohel Rd. (north of Lovejoy) Perry, MI 48872 NOTE: This is the living estate of Jerry and Deanna Turner. Auction will be (2) Rings, so have at least two people to cover both rings. Join Joe Offerman and me for a great outdoor auction. House contents will be catalogue. Rain or Shine. AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS: 2001 GMC 2500 Pick-Up w/Boss V Plow & Cap 198K Miles, Hoosier Oak Cabinet, PicnicTable & Canopy, Gas Stainless Steel Grill, Asst. Patio Furniture, Asst. Collector Tins, Asst. Crates & Wood Boxes, Asst. Vintage Kitchen Utensils, Ice Cream Maker, Electric Fireplace, Vintage Hall Tree Mirror, Painted Saw, Portable Oak Bar & Stools, Vintage Corn Sheller, Asst. Vintage Primatives, Queen Anne Style Window Table, Asst. Carnival Glass, Small Refrigerator, China Cabinet, Daisy Butter Churn, Queen Bed ~ Matching Night Stand ~ Matching Dresser ~ Matching Entertainment Unit, Vintage Oak Plant Stand, Vintage Dresser Set, Old Large Glass Jug, Sofa ~ Matching Love Seat, Large Chest Freezer, Beautiful Dining Room Table & Chairs, Wood Magazine Rack/Table, Breyer Horse Collection, Breyer Truck & Trailer, What Not Shelf of Wades etc, Swade Sofa ~ Matching Chair & Ottoman, Coffee Table ~ Matching (pr) End Tables, Vintage 6 Leg Table, Drop Side Table, Asst. Horse Paintings, Asst. Vintage 20â€™s Stools, Asst. Large Fence Posts, Asst. Wheelbarrows, Asst. Metal Fence Stakes, â€˜95 Kawasaki 4 Wheeler, Yamaha Moto 4 4 Wheeler, Cement Mixer, PTO Driven Plow, Farm Disc, Drag Plow Blade, Woods 650 Front End Loader, Power Washer, Welder & Accessories, Asst. Collector Wall Clocks, Craftsman Table Saw, Rensor Heater, Dewalt Chop Saw, Compactor, Asst. Ladders, 3 ton Jack, Miller Bobcat Welder/Generator, Porter Cable Air Compressor, Concrete Drill, Lube Matic Greaser, Snow Blower, Battery Charger/Tester, 210,000 BTU Salamander, Asst. Wall Cabinets, Smoker, Tyco Train Set, Huffy Mountain Bike, Lots of Edging, Bolt Cutters, Hose & Reel, Bins full of Fencing Material / Hardware, Bench Grinder, Hilti-Gun, (4) Chain Saws, Dewalt Cordless, Asst. Beer Kegs, Old Industrial Power Washer, Asst. Motors, Asst. Binding Straps, (5) Corral Gates, Pasture Feeders, This is a short list ~ Expect a lot of surpises... TERMS: CASH, GOOD CHECK W/PROPER ID, NO CREDIT CARDS FOR THIS ONE. NO BUYERâ€™S PREMIUM. NO SALES TAX. No out of state checks accepted! All items sold as is/ where is. Not responsible for accidents or articles once sold. Statements made the day of sale take precedence over printed matter.
3 BEDROOM 2 Â˝ BATH FOR RENT north of Perry. 1400 sq ft, garage- large double lot $795 + utilities. Also available: Large 2 room efÂżciency $450. 8tilities included. Call Cindy 517-294-7191. *** DRIVEWAY GRAVEL AND GRADING, backhoe and dozer work. Sand and Site work. Landscaping , land clearing and demolition clean-up work. Hay for sale. Murphy Farms. 517-2067377 *** FOR SALE: 1989 19ft. Fleetwood Yukon. Call 517-223-8190. *** DRIVERS CDL-A. Lots of Miles. Great PayBeneÂżts and Bonuses. Home Weekly. No Slip Seat. No Touch. Newer Equipment. 877723-8932 *** DRYWALL: Repairs, remodeling, Âżnishing, 30 years e[perience. SMALL jobs ok! 810-522-7823. *** URGENTLY NEEDED: Someone to help lady who has Parkinsonâ€™s disease and do general house cleaning. Hours are negiotable. Call 517-521-3437 *** HELP WANTED: Church music director serving 2 churches, appro[imately 5 hours per week. Choir and piano e[perience required. Send resume: firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact Tracy 517223-9601. Livingston Circuit 8nited Methodist church. ** * FIRST CUTTING HAY $5.00 a bale. Second cutting hay $6.50 a bale. Cash only. If interested please call 517-518-1789. ** * GARAGE SALE: Friday & Saturday, Sept 13-14, 9:30am to 5pm. Household items & collectibles, jackets, tables, lamps, microwaves, etc. 10222 Converse Rd., Fowlerville. ** * DRIVERS-OTR: Great pay, $ign-on bonus, e[cellent equipment, beneÂżts & more! Paid vacationholidays! CDL-A req. 877-4127209 [3. ** * LAWN CARE SERVICE: Lawn mowing, trimming, edging, leaf raking. Reasonable rates. Fowlerville area. 517-706-7504. ** * TREES: White pines, red pines, spruce, 4 to 5 feet $30, 6 foot $40, 7 foot $45, 8 foot $60, 9 foot $65. Blues, Blackhills, whites, Norways, Balsams. More for less, guaranteed. 10 to 12 feet planting, Fowlerville, Pinckney, etc. Howell, TC. 989-984-4861
Downtown Howell Historic Tour & Lunch being held on September 26
Enjoy a leisurely walk down the path of history in the company of Jeri McKeon Andersen (co-author of â€œA Walk Through Time, Seven Walking Tours of Howellâ€?) on Thursday, Sept. 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The tour will focus on the architecture and history of Howellâ€™s fourteen historically signiÂżcant buildings. The Howell Downtown Historic District is one of less than 50 towns in Michigan listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Washington D.C. The National Trust stated that the high quality and variety of Howellâ€™s Victorian Architecture is unique among small towns in Michigan. Also included are interior tours of the Howell Opera House, the Livingston County Courthouse, the Howell Carnegie District Library, and the Train Depot Museum. Mom & Popâ€™s Bakery will provide breakfast, and lunch is provided by Clearyâ€™s Pub on Grand River. Tour departs from the Howell Opera House (located at 123 W. Grand River). Cost is $25 for residents of the City of Howell, Oceola, Genoa, and Marion Townships, and $50 for non-residents. For more information, or to register, please contact the Howell Area Parks & Recreation Authority at 517546-0693 e[t. 0 or visitwww.howellrecreation.org.
HORSE NEEDS A GOOD HOME
)<:05,:::,9=0*,: RONâ€™S TREE SERVICE. Trimming, removal. Insured owner operator. Call 517-294-4386. *** HOT WATER PRESSURE WASHING Home E[teriors, etc. 313-999-2108. *** DUMPSTER RENTALS: Plus junk removal services, free loading, great rates! Locally owned & operated Call Kevin: (517) 375-3478. *** S I G N S â€“ BANNERS-TRUCKS: Over 35 years e[perience. SIGNS ON THE SPOT (formerly Smithâ€™s Sign Shop) Eugene SmithWebberville (517) 521-3333. www.SignsOnTheSpot.com. *** DRYWALL; Repair, hanging, remodeling, Âżnishing. 30 years e[perience. SMALL jobs okay! 810-522-7823. *** BRENDAâ€™S PET GROOMING & BOARDING: â€œQuiet home settingâ€?. Visit www.BrendasPetGrooming.com. By appointment only 517-294-0209 *** SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: Free pick-up and delivery. Oneyear guarantee. 30 years e[perience. Call for estimate. Ph: 517-5524000. *** ALTERATIONS, REPAIRS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY: From play to special occasions. Lloydine at 517-521-4388. *** D&R ROOFING & SIDING: New homes, tear-offs, recovers, gutters, Ă€at roofs. Call Don at (517) 548-3570 or (517) 376-2064. *** GARAGE DOORS, OPENERS & SERVICE: Brand names. Replace broken springs. DOOR-TECH: (517) 376-4200. *** MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD: For questions or information call (517) 304-9405. *** COMPUTER PROBLEMS? CALL DR. D. for ALL your computer needs. Repair, Install, 8pgrades, Networking. Virus Removal and Backups. Repairing computers since 1989. Available 7 days a week, 9 am â€“ 9 pm for your convenience, CALL 517-223-8217 *** SMALL ENGINE MOWER & TRACTOR REPAIR. 15 years e[perience. Fast turn around time with reasonable rates 517-4047670. *** ALL HANDYMAN SERVICES: RooÂżng, siding, remodeling, decks, property maintenance, plumbing, and electrical. Very dependable. No job too small! Very reasonable rates. Call Ryan for free estimates 810-923-9692. *** LEAF PROTECTION; Gutters & downspouts, gutter cleaning & repair. 20 year no-clog guarantee. â€œThe cure for your clogged gutters.â€? Locally owned & operated. Free estimates. 1-855-5466030. *** OVER 20 YEARS OF CLEANING EXPERIENCE. Great attention to detail. Does general cleaning, deep cleaning, and organizing. $20.00 an hour. Please call 989-277-9581.
Fowlerville Varsity Tennis Team defeats Corunna 9-0 on Sept. 3; now 2-0 1 singles- John Grable (F) beat Tyler Birchmeier 6-3 6-0 2 singles- Jacob Prochnow (F) beat Steven Runyan 6-0 6-2 3 singles- Cody Durbin (F) beat Chance Patrick 6-0 6-0 4 singles- Drew Vielbig (F) beat Connor Surcek 6-0 6-0 1 doubles- Garrett Kottong/Taylor Lockhart (F) beat Adam Constine/Caleb Mckay 6-2 6-3 2 doubles- Cody Leggert/Zach Wilber (F) beat Eli Freeman/ Kyle Daley 6-0 6-1 3 doubles- Alton Gilaj/Grant Taylor (F) beat Mathew Plementosh/Manuel Montoya 6-4 6-3 4 doubles- Sean Keating/David Miechiels (F) beat Jacob Cole/Michael Newsman 6-0 6-1
HORSE AVAILABLE FOR USE BY YOUNG OR BEGINNER RIDER.
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Western & English Riding. Horse is boarded at Fowlerville area stable.
Fowlerville News & Views â€“ Sunday, September 8, 2013 â€“ Page 21
Michigan House Report Cindy Denby, 47th District
Thanks to the Livingston County Road Commission, the section of Old U.S. Hwy 23 from M-59 north to Center Street will be named in honor of Sgt. Patrick Oâ€™Rourke, a police ofÂżcer that was killed in the line of duty last September. , was
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happy to have assistance from Michael Craine, managing director of the Livingston County Road Commission and state Sen. Joe Hune assisting me to help make this happen. Sgt. Oâ€™Rourke was a dedicated ofÂżcer who paid the ultimate price, losing his life protecting local citizens. ,t is the least we can do to provide his family and everyone who drives down U.S. 23 with a visual reminder of his service. The sign will be unveiled with Sgt. Oâ€™Rourkeâ€™s family on Sept. 13 at 9 a.m. on Old U.S. 23 just south of Center Street. There will be another sign placed visible to those traveling north on Old 23 just north of M-59. , am so honored to be a part of this tribute to Sgt. Oâ€™Rourke and urge all of you to take the time and remember his service as well as the other local law enforcement ofÂżcers who protect us every day. *** School is back and session and that means school buses are 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 the time to review school bus safety with your kids before they head back to class. , also take this time to refresh my own memory on driving safety around school buses and , encourage you to do the same. Remember motorists must come to a complete stop at least 2 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. , hope that you and your families are having a great transition into the new school year. *** ,f you have any Tuestions or need assistance with any state issues, please contact me toll free at 866-828-4863 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Crossroads Group of the Sierra Club Events
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â€œWILD UTAH: AMERICAâ€™S RED ROCK WILDERNESSâ€? PROGRAM Join the Crossroads Group of the Sierra Club for a program about Americaâ€™s red rock canyonlands wilderness located in Southern Utah. Clayton Daughenbaugh of the Southern Wilderness Alliance and the Sierra Clubâ€™s National Wildlands and Wilderness Committee Chair will present this program at the Brighton District Library on Wednesday, September 18th at 7PM. The red rock canyonlands are the largest network of undesignated wilderness lands remaining in the lower 48 states and they are continually threatened by off-road vehicle activity and exploitation by the oil and natural gas industries. His presentation will include a video journey through Utahâ€™s red rock canyonlands wilderness narrated by Robert Redford. Members and nonmembers are welcome to attend this free program. For more information, contact Mary Novrocki at email@example.com or visit the Crossroads Group website at www. michigan.sierraclub.org/crossroads. *** DEERFIELD HILLS TOWNSHIP NATURE PARK SERVICE OUTING Join the Crossroads Group of the Sierra Club for a hike and clean up of the DeerÂżeld Hills Township Nature Park on Saturday, September 28th at 1PM. This Tuiet, hilly and partially wooded trail system is located in northeast Livingston County on the south shore of Bennett Lake, at the east end of Cohoctah Road and the north end of Green Road. Members and nonmembers are welcome to join us for this free outing. For more information on this and other Crossroads Group outings, contact John Wilson at 734-9540429 or at john. firstname.lastname@example.org.
VILLAGE OF FOWLERVILLE REGULAR VILLAGE COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES SYNOPSIS MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 2013 The Regular Village of Fowlerville Council Meeting was called to order by President Copeland at 7:30 p.m., in the Council Chambers. Trustees present: Bell, Helfmann, Hill, Kuehn and Stock. Absent: Salfate. Also present: Village Clerk, Kathryn Arledge, Chief of Police, Thomas Couling and Village Attorney, David Stoker. At the Regular Village Council Meeting the following motions were passed: MOTION BELL, SECOND STOCK, TO ADD ITEM # 15 Consideration of moving into closed session to discuss pending litigation AND APPROVE THE AGENDA, AS AMENDED. UNANIMOUS VOTE. MOTION CARRIED. MOTION HILL, SECOND KUEHN, TO APPROVE THE CONSENT AGENDA, CONSISTING OF ITEMS 6.a THROUGH 6.d., AS PRESENTED. UNANIMOUS VOTE. MOTION CARRIED. MOTION KUEHN, SECOND HILL, TO APPROVE THE GARDEN LANE WELL AND WELL HOUSE PROJECT IN THE AMOUNT OF $440,000.00 WITH A 50/50 PARTICIPATION WITH THE (LDFA) FOWLERVILLE LOCAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCE AUTHORITYâ€™S PORTION NOT TO EXCEED $220,000.00. ROLL CALL VOTE. AYES: KUEHN, HILL, STOCK, HELFMANN, BELL AND COPELAND. NAYES: NONE. ABSENT: SALFATE. UNANIMOUS VOTE, MOTION CARRIED. MOTION BELL, SECOND STOCK, TO APPROVE RESOLUTION NO. 13-22, A RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING THE FOWLERVILLE ATHLETIC BOOSTERS, FOR CHARITABLE GAMING LICENSE. ROLL CALL VOTE. AYES: BELL, STOCK, KUEHN, HILL, HELFMANN AND COPELAND. NAYES: NONE. ABSENT: SALFATE. UNANIMOUS VOTE. MOTION CARRIED. MOTION KUEHN, SECOND STOCK, TO AMEND THE ORDINANCE FOR THE TEMPORARY STRUCTURES, TO REQUIRE A PERMIT PROCESS AND FEE. MOTION KUEHN, SECOND STOCK, TO ABATE THE CURRENT ORDINANCE REGARDING TEMPORARY STRUCTURES AND TO REFER THIS ITEM BACK TO THE PLANNING COMMISSION FOR FURTHER CLARIFICATION AND CONSIDERATION AT ITS OCTOBER 8, 2013 MEETING. UNANIMOUS VOTE. MOTION CARRIED. MOTION KUEHN, SECOND STOCK, TO APPROVE THE REQUEST FROM PATRICK CAVAHAUGH, D.C. REAL PROPERTIES, 705 EAST VAN RIPER RD. UNANIMOUS VOTE. MOTION CARRIED. MOTION BELL, SECOND STOCK, TO APPROVE THE REVENUE REPORT FOR THE PERIOD OF JULY 23 THROUGH AUGUST 7, 2013, AS PRESENTED. UNANIMOUS VOTE. MOTION CARRIED.
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MOTION HELFMANN, SECOND BELL, TO APPROVE AND PAY THE EXPENDITURES FOR THE PERIOD OF JULY 30 THROUGH AUGUST 12, 2013. UNANIMOUS VOTE. MOTION CARRIED. MOTION KUEHN, SECOND BELL, TO MOVE INTO CLOSED SESSION TO DISCUSS PENDING LITIGATION. ROLL CALL VOTE. AYES: KUEHN, BELL, HILL, HELFMANN, STOCK AND COPELAND. NAYES: NONE. ABSENT: SALFATE. UNANIMOUS VOTE. MOTION CARRIED. MOTION HELFMANN, SECOND KUEHN, TO ADJOURN THE MEETING AT 9:35 P.M., UNANIMOUS VOTE. MOTION CARRIED. Kathryn M. Arledge 09-08-2013
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Military honors held for John & Arthur Crofoot last Wednesday at Greenwood Cemetery By Steve Horton Militar\ honors were held last :ednesda\ at Greenwood &emeter\ for -ohn &rofoot who was killed in action at age while serving in the U.6. $rm\ $ir Force during :orld :ar ,, and for his father, $rthur &rofoot who served in the U.6. $rm\ during :orld :ar ,. +onor guards from the 'avid Munigham 'etachment of the U.6. Maine &orps League of Livingston &ount\ and the Fowlerville 9F: 3ost were on hand as well as members of the &rofoot famil\ and a number of friends and others wishing to pa\ their respects. The ceremon\ took place near the grave sites of the two men and included reminisces b\ 'uane =emper who served as a photographer during :orld :ar ,, in the $rm\ $ir Force, and b\ 5obert &rofoot, an older brother of -ohnÂśs and son of $rthurÂśs who offered some facts about their militar\ service. %utch 2gden of the 9F: 3ost talked about sacriÂżce and devotion to dut\ in his address, while 9ince 6te. Marie, a corporal in the U.6. Marine &orps League, read ÂľThe rd 3salm and ÂľThe :atch.Â´ &ommemorative Ă€ags were presented to the famil\ in attendance, a gun salute followed b\ the pla\ing of ÂľTapsÂś was given b\ the U.6. Marine &orps League in honor to -ohn &rofoot and b\ the Fowlerville 9F: 3ost in honor of $rthur
The Breathersâ€™ Club meeting Sept. 10 at St. Joseph Livingston Hospital
The %reathersÂś &lub is a communit\ service support group for patients affected b\ heart and breathing cardio pulmonar\ diseases and their caregivers, famil\ and friends. (ver\one interested in learning how to live a better, fuller life or how to care for those with these conditions is encouraged and welcome to attend. Meetings are held the nd Tuesda\ of the month at noon p.m. in the &ommunit\ 5oom at 6t -oseph Livingston +ospital in +owell. $n informational speaker and pertinent topic are featured each month. The ne[t %reathers &lub is scheduled for Tuesda\, 6eptember , at noon. Topic 'iscussion of 3ersonal +ealth ,ssues, &oncerns, 4uestions and 3revention. 2ur 3ulmonar\ 5ehabilitation Therapist is available to assist and answer questions. For recorded meeting information call .
John Crofoot died on Sept. 4, 1944 while on a bombing mission over Europe. He was remembered 69 years later with military honors held at Greenwood Cemetery. &rofoot. 6taff 6gt. -ohn &rofoot lost his life during a bombing mission over (urope on 6ept. , 9. +e had enlisted in the service on 2ct. , 9 and was awarded the 'istinguished Fl\ing &ross on $ugust , 9, a month before his death. +e was stationed in 1orth $frica, serving as a gunner on a % plane. 3vt. $rthur &rofoot served during the $merican involvement in the First :orld :ar. Attending the ceremony at the Greenwood Cemetery were, from left, Peggy (Crofoot) Ogden and Mary Angeline Crofoot. They are the granddaughters of Arthur Crofoot and nieces of John Crofoot. Their father is the late William â€˜Billâ€™ Crofoot.
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Relay for Life, continued dusk, about 9 pm. The track is lined with luminaria bags marked with the names of those who survived and those who lost their battle to cancer. Teams are Âżghting back b\ raising mone\ for research, education, local patient services, and advocac\. This \ear the 5ela\ for Life of Fowlerville will have games, food, fun, and entertainment. The event is being sponsored b\ $L',, $n\time Fitness, %ridgewater ,nteriors, &ountr\ :a\, Fowlerville Fairgrounds, 0(,-(5,2Âś&onnerÂśs, 5(; Materials Group, and Unilock. :e hope to raise , from this \earÂśs event. To reach our goal, we need your support! %\ attending our event \ou will not onl\ be part of a great communit\ event, but \ou will raise funds to improve the Tualit\ of life for cancer patients toda\ and the outlook for those diagnosed in the future. ,f \ou are interested in learning more about this important event, please call me, &orinne -elken, at 9 or visit www. rela\forlife.orgfowlervillemi ,tÂśs about being a communit\ that takes up the Âżght &ome celebrate with us on 6ept. t from noon to noon.
A luncheon was held at the American Legion Hall after the Military Honors. Shown here are Janet Tomkins, left, and Susan Kelly, both of Sparta. They are the granddaughters of Arthur Crofoot and nieces of John Crofoot. Their father is the late Paul Crofoot.
Butch Ogden, whose wife Peggy (Crofoot) Ogden is a niece of John Crofoot and a granddaughter of Arthur Crofoot, gave the main address. Using the colors of the Ă€ag as symbols, he noted the red blood of sacriÂżce and the purity of white in the motive when putting duty to country over that of individual self-interest.
Fowlerville News & Views â€“ Sunday, September 8, 2013 â€“ Page 23 patients bring together families for 9acation Bible school in the summer collect 1â€™s of bars of soap for those less fortunate gather youth to bring awareness of hunger by participating in a 3 Hour Faminefast and most recently have opened a personal needs pantry in partnership with Love ,nc. St. Johnâ€™s continues to be steadfast and faithful. $s a late member of St. Johnâ€™s wrote ÂłThe real history of St. Johnâ€™s is written in the lives of her people.â€? Please join us and share in the many blessings that *od has so graciously provided.
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