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DeWitt-Bath Review Your very own newspaper serving Southern Clinton County since 1979 Vol. 37 - No. 11

Miracle Field will be built in DeWitt By KEN PALMER kpalmer@lsj.com

DeWITT TWP. - A barrier-free field where disabled children can play baseball could open later this year at Valley Farms Park — the first of its kind in Michigan outside of the Detroit area. A $394,200 grant from the state Department of Natural Resources Trust Fund will cover much of the $657,000 project, which includes new restroom and concession facilities, along with parking lot improvements. “Our plan is to take an existing T-ball field and convert it to a rubberized surface to allow children with wheelchairs or walkers or mental disabilities to have the same experience playing baseball as other children,” Township Manager Rod Taylor said.

erates a barrier-free field in Southfield. The fields have a synthetic rubber surface amenable to wheelchairs and walkers, with painted bases and foul lines.

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Vicki Caine, a pediatric physical therapist, couldn’t be happier with the news about a Miracle League park being built in the Lansing area. Caine coaches a team of disabled children who play against able-bodied children in a Lansing T-ball league. Her children, aged 4-12, have conditions that include autism, cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome, Spina Bifida and various other disabilities. “We pair each kid with a volunteer on the field so the parents can sit in the stands, root for their kids and just have fun,” said Caine. The Funding volunteers run the bases for CASE Cares, a non-profit the children or help them in group associated with the field if they can’t get to CASE Credit Union, will the ball, she said. contribute $50,000 to the Plans for the barrier-free cost of the project. The ball field date back to 2008, township’s share is about when the CASE Cares board $212,000. decided to raise money for The State Legislature still a Miracle League park and has to allocate the funds, a handicap-accessible playbut construction could beground at Potter Park in gin in mid- to late summer, Lansing, Caine said. Taylor said. Caine and Taylor sit on The Miracle League was the organization’s board. founded in Georgia more The township board apthan a decade ago to give proved a resolution to apply physically and mentally dis- for the state grant in late abled children the chance to March. The township decidplay baseball. The Miracle See Miracle/page 4 League of Michigan now op-

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Real world business venture DeWitt student’s Snack Shack wins township’s support By KEN PALMER

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DeWITT TWP. - Trey Williams’ job doesn’t require a suit and tie. In fact, the sole proprietor of Trey’s Snack Shack looked comfortable and appropriate in a stocking cap, hooded sweatshirt and Carhart-style pants as he fixed hot chocolate for customers at the sled hill in Granger Meadows Park on Dec. 23. But for the 17-yearold junior at DeWitt High School, the snack Trey shack is a real busiWilliams ness venture. And it’s up to him to make it work. “I’ve always thought about someday owning my own business,” said Williams, who won a contest to run a concession in the warming shack at the sled hill for the winter. “And when this (contest) came up, I thought to myself, ‘I’d like to win this.’” Township Manager Rod Taylor came up with the idea as way to fill a need at the sled hill while providing real-life business experience for a young adult. “It takes the biggest and best sled hill in the greater Lansing area and adds another amenity so that families can enjoy it,” Taylor said. “And the things (Trey) learns from this will carry through the rest of his life.”

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Trey Williams’ Snack Shack business launched at Granger Meadows Park.

With a tight deadline, Trey was the only one who submitted a complete application and business plan, she said. “”I gave out about 10 packets to kids, but the timing was a little bad,” she said. “They were bummed when the deadline came and they couldn’t meet it. But I feel good that the kids were excited about it. And we might be able get some other things going.” The exercise was designed to teach a young entrepreneur about things like record-keeping, inventory, pricing and financing. To add a real-life, financing component to the equation, Firstbank agreed to make a micro-loan available, Taylor said. But Williams decided to finance Business plan his venture with a $200 loan from his Taylor pitched the idea to Kelly parents. He has to pay rent for using Williams, a business teacher at Dethe facility and buy his own inventoWitt High, who happens to be Trey’s ry. mother. He’s selling things like candy,

chips, popcorn, coffee, hot chocolate, soft drinks and sport drinks. He also has small plastic saucers available for rent. Williams opened on Dec. 22 and took in about $25 the first day. But things were picking up as more people came out to use the sled hill over the Christmas holiday, he said. The “Cash for Candy” idea fits in with the many initiatives to build entrepreneurship in the state, Kelly Williams said. “I see a lot of stuff happening,” said Williams, who has taught a county-wide entrepreneurship class for about seven years. “We’re starting to expose kids to the whole concept of entrepreneurship, which was a foreign word a few years ago,” DeWitt Township is part of a consortium participating in the Creating Entrepreneurial Communtiies program run by Michigan State Unviersity’s Land Policy Institute.

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Bath High prom committee sells Little Caesars kits

The Bath High School Post Prom Committee is selling Little Caesars Pizza kits. Anyone who is interested in ordering for this fundraiser should contact Sue at (517) 449-7749 by Friday, Jan. 7. The delivery date is Jan. 24.

DeWitt High baseball team will host spaghetti dinner

The DeWitt High School baseball team holds a spaghetti dinner on Friday, Jan. 21, from 5 to 7:30 p.m. in the DeWitt High School Commons. The menu includes all-you-caneat Olive Garden spaghetti, salad, breadsticks, beverage and dessert. The cost is $8 for adults; $5 for children ages 5 through 12; and free admission for children under age 5. Tickets are now available from any DeWitt High School baseball player or at the door. Take out will also be available.

MiCAFE program available for Bath Twp. residents

Bath Township’s MiCAFE program, which provides services to folks over 60, will be held the second Thursday of the month from 9 a.m. to noon. and the fourth Thursday from 1-4 p.m. in the Bath Senior Center Building. More information and appointments can be scheduled by calling 1-877-664-2233 or e-mail pclark@bathtownship.us or tfeltman@bathtownship.us.

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Chamber Bucks donation Michael Trebesh, Grand Knight of Knights of Columbus Council 3281, presented Clinton County Chamber Bucks to Fr. Eoin Murphy, Fr. Ken McDonald, Deacon Marvin Robertson and Deacon Gerald Fust as a small token of appreciation for the contribution they make to the St. Joseph parish and the St. Johns community. Pictured is Michael Trebesh holding daughter Courtney, and Fr. Murphy. the spiritual development of the child. For more information contact Mark Reisig at (517) 669-8542 or markreisig@comcast.net.

Bath Days committee will convene for 2011 festival

Bath Days Festival committee meets on Jan. 11, 2011 at 7 p.m. at the Bath Middle School conference room. Anyone with interest in helping DeWitt religious program with the 2011 festival is encouraged attend. The public is welcome to for scouts starts in January to attend. Starting in January the ProtesFor more information, contact tant Religious Award program, God Jennifer Wilson at (517) 712-8942. and Country, will be offered during the evening at Redeemer United Bath Band Boosters take Methodist Church, DeWitt. sub orders as fund-raiser The program is open to any inThe Bath Band Boosters are acterested Cub Scout or Girl Scout, grades one through five. This unique, cepting orders for their 2011 Super highly regarded multi-denomination Bowl submarine sale. Submarines will be on sale until program offers a quality parent child bonding experience in addition to Jan. 21. Order forms will be sent

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Van Atta’s Greenhouse & Flower Shop’s Winter Classes Program offers classes on a wide range of subjects on weekend days from late-January through March. Some classes are free and some have a fee. All require pre-registration. The 2011 class schedule will include an Orchid Class Series presented by The Greater Lansing Orchid Society. This series of six classes will run Feb. 13-March 20. The nine other classes in the program will begin on Jan. 29 with Contemporary Floral Design and conclude on March 26 with Basic Vegetable Gardening for the Beginner. To see a complete list of classes, visit www.vanattas.com. To register or for more information, call (517) 339-1142. Van Atta’s is located on Old M-78 in Haslett, 1 1/2 mile east of Marsh Road.

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ed to kick in a sizable portion of the total cost to increase its chances of winning the grant. The application was resubmitted in October, enabling the DeWitt Township request to move up in the points tally, Caine said.

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for the township, despite the cost, Taylor said. The bathroom/ concession facility at Valley Farms needs to be replaced, he said. The grant will allow the township to get new bathrooms, plus major parking lot and lighting improvements, for about what it would cost to replace just the bathrooms, he said. “It’s difficult to spend money on parks during

these tight economic times,” he said. “But we get a lot more with it, allowing us to extend the use of limited township resources.” The Miracle League field would be available to tens of thousands of disabled children in Clinton, Ingham and Eaton counties, officials say. But backers also hope to set up adult and senior disability leagues.

Caine worked with the Lansing parks department to get her team of disabled children playing T-ball in 1990. The team took a hiatus for a few years and returned in 2005. She had 17 kids on her team last season, she said. “It’s not just the little ones who need to play in a competitive sport,” she said. “There just isn’t anything like that in the area.”

“Our plan is to take an existing T-ball field and convert it to a rubberized surface to allow children with wheelchairs or walkers or mental disabilities to have the same experience playing baseball as other children.” — Township Manager Rod Taylor

Free kits can detect deadly Radon gas in local homes LANSING — Residents of Clinton and Gratiot counties can receive a free radon test kit to help mark January as National Radon Action Month during the “Test, Fix, Save a Life” campaign sponsored by the state and local health departments,

Rep. Paul Opsommer (R-DeWitt) said recently. Opsommer hopes area residents will take advantage of this opportunity to test their homes for the tasteless, odorless, colorless, radioactive gas. “The test is a simple, easy

way to protect the safety of our families, and it can be done inexpensively through kits from our local district health departments,” said Opsommer.

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“Radon is a silent killer and is suspected to be the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States.” The Environmental Protection Agency estimates radon causes more than 21,000 lung cancer deaths in the must be present during the United States annually -- ininstallation to ensure a prop- cluding 600 in Michigan. er fit. Seats should be installed in the vehicle in which the children will regularly travel. Fittings are by appointTIRE & SERVICE ment only. The regular car seat fitting station is held on of DeWitt, Inc. the third Tuesday monthly. Winter hours are 1 to 6 p.m. To schedule an appointment for the Jan. 18 fitting station, call (989) 227-3334.

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ST. JOHNS – Having trouble installing your child’s car seat? Sparrow Clinton Hospital can help. The next car seat fitting event is planned for Jan. 18. This program offers low income Clinton County residents free car/booster seats and replacement of damaged or recalled car seats. Recipients must be residents of Clinton County. Children or infants using the seats

The naturally occurring radioactive gas is found in almost all soil and rock, and is typically harmlessly diluted when it seeps up through the ground into the air. Trouble can develop when it passes through openings in a building’s foundation floor or walls, where it can become more concentrated and over time increases the risk of contracting lung cancer. As part of the campaign, the Department of Natural Resources and Environment is partnering with local health departments to have low-cost test kits available

in every county for $15 or less. Clinton and Gratiot counties are served by the MidMichigan District Health Department which has the kits available at no cost that includes postage and laboratory fees. MMDHD offices are located at 1307 E. Townsend Road in St. Johns and 151 Commerce Drive in Ithaca. For more information on radon and the test kits, contact MMDHD environmental health specialists Sarah Rottiers, (989) 227-3107, or Greg Price, (989) 875-1020. For those who are home-

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pain. The man said he jumped out of the van because he was “sick of listening” to his wife, the report stated. An EMS crew arrived to examine the man, but he declined to be taken to a hospital. The woman had three current suspensions on her driving record, the report stated.

in front of his (the caller’s) home on Webster Road, near Clise Road, about 1:50 a.m., police reports stated. The man was yelling and slamming the driver’s side door of the car, the caller said. The subject continued to yell as he walked south of Webster, the witness said. A township officer found the man walking along Web-

ster and ultimately arrested him for drunken driving.

didn’t tell the officer he was carrying a concealed weapon until after he had been placed in handcuffs for having open intoxicants in his vehicle, the officer stated in his report. The officer found a loaded, .40-caliber, semi-automatic handgun in a bag in the back seat. The man, who had a CCW permit, was cited and released.

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a full-fledged family member. The family noticed she especially liked listening when Lindsey played “Claire de Lune” on the piano. The only sign of her blunt force brain trauma was her tendency to tilt her head to one side when she walked. That was that, the Bergs thought, until one day they noticed that the hair on Kali’s belly was moving. They had had no idea she was carrying kittens and began to worry that in her weakened state she wouldn’t survive giving birth. Once again what Scott calls her “catitude” saw Kali through and on Oct. 15 she delivered five healthy kittens. Today both Kali and her kittens are thriving. One of the five has already been adopted by family friend Jenny Rokosz and named Emmett. Rokosz and her daughter Hannah, 14, recently brought Emmett over for a visit. “You won’t get invited back for a play date,” Rokosz jokingly told Emmett as he roughhoused with his littermates and scrambled to get his share of the cat food dinner. Meanwhile, Hannah and Lindsey, both DeWitt High School students, smilingly posed for photos, their arms full of kittens. It was clear, too, that Lindsey had her eye on what she hoped would become the ninth member of the Berg family, one of the kittens she’s already named Mike. That wish came true on Christmas, when Mike was

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Scott Berg of DeWitt Township cuddles Kali the cat, one of the best Christmas presents he’s ever received. Berg rescued Kali after she was hit by a truck and suffered a fractured skull. Lindsey’s suprise present. Rescuing Kali is only the latest adventure Scott Berg has had with animals. During a long career as a field conservation officer with the Michigan Department of NaturalResources, some of it in the Upper Peninsula, he’s dealt with everything from all kinds of birds to deer, moose and wolves. Then last summer he put in backbreaking days at the Enbridge site where his heart went out to the ducks, geese, blue herons and other wildlife covered in oil. Now, though, he’s focusing on Kali. “She’s kind of a miracle cat,” is how she puts it. “She took on a truck and won.”

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Western-themed reading Food project has open distribution contest hosted at library DeWITT — Howdy, pardners! The DeWitt District Library’s (DDL) Youth Services Librarian is rounding up prospectors, desperadoes, cowpokes, buckaroos - any and all readers are wanted - for a western themed winter reading program. Winter reading begins Monday, Jan. 3, and kids and teens can pick up reading logs at the Winter Reading Station inside the library and get started trail-blazing their way to claiming a great prize bag.

Looking for more fun? “Round-up Some Fun” programs will be held on Thursdays at 4:30 p.m. with stories, crafts, maybe a game, a snack, and drawings (must be present to win.) These programs are intended for those who are 4 years old or older, although younger children can participate with direct supervision of an accompanying caregiver/helper. Grab a programming calendar for specific dates and information on the Winter Reading Final Party and

don’t forget to be on the look out for some slithering snakes when you visit DDL’s Children’s Room. Additional information on programs and services offered through the DeWitt District Library can be found online at www.dewitt library.org. — From the DeWitt District Library

their own boxes, bags, containers, wheeled carts or wagons. Those who can benefit from this service include senior citizens on fixed incomes, families and individuals with limited incomes or working minimum wage jobs as well as those who must choose between purchasing groceries or fulfilling medical needs. Each family receives $50 to $65 worth of food. Call Clinton Transit at (989) 224-8127 or (800) 800-5938 for transportation

Do you have a child age 0-3? There is now a free center based and home based program in your community. EightCAP, Inc Early Head Start is now enrolling children in Gratiot and Clinton Counties.

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BATH – The Clinton County Open Food Distribution Project distributes food to Clinton County families in need on the second Thursday of each month at the Bath Community Center, 5959 Park Lake Road in Bath. The next distribution date is Thursday, Jan. 13. Registration for distribution takes place from 8:30 to 9 a.m. at the site. Distribution begins around 10 a.m. and continues for approximately one hour. Participants are asked to bring

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Lighting Tour winners honored DEWITT - The winners of the 2010 Holiday Lighting Tour sponsored by the DeWitt Area Chamber of Commerce and Sparrow Clinton Hospital were: Linda Hertzberg, 512 Dill Road, entered in the “Elegance” category and Dale Glenn, 1375 E. Twinbrook Drive, entered into the “Joy” category. Both winners will receive $200. Runners-up in each category were: 12760 Paradise, in the “Elegance” category and 512 Main, in the “Joy” category. The Light Tour ran through Springbrook, Springbrook Lakes, Springbrook Hills, Lakeside Preserve, Oakland Hills and The Pines, as well as through Downtown DeWitt and along Wood Road. Thirteen homes throughout the area were judged by a group of approximately 80, who joined in the 1 1/2 hour long festivities on Dec. 11. This yearly event is open to all homes located in DeWitt Township, the City of DeWitt and the DeWitt School District. The Holiday Lighting Tour is only one event sponsored by the DeWitt Area Chamber of Commerce, with their mission to bring the government, businesses and schools together, for the purpose of growing the community through event planning. The Chamber would like to thank Sparrow Clinton Hospital for graciously sponsoring this event. They would also like to thank the DeWitt School District who allowed us to contract with them for the use of the two busses and bus drivers.

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DEWITT — The DeWitt Area Recreation Authority has announced upcoming programs that the organization is offering for area residents. Anyone wishing to participate may register online at www.dewittrecreation.org or call DARA at (517) 482-5117 for more information.

games, arts and crafts, movie time and enjoy pizza and pop for dinner. Registration is open until one week before the event. The cost is $15 for one child and $10 for each additional child. Participants will be supervised at all times.

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oel Rosenberg once again uses the backdrop of the prophetic Scriptures interwoven with the unfolding events of today to write a spellbinding fictional page turner in “The Twelfth Imam.” Over 30 years ago the Islamic Revolution in Iran meant the beginning of the end for Jimmy Carter’s presidency. Rosenberg shows how the evolution of Islam has brought us to the potential global crisis facing mankind today, linking the terrorist events from the occupation of the US Embassy in Tehran through the crashing towers of the World Trade Center, then navigating the reader to the present.

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Taken from today’s headlines, world conflict escalates as Iran pursues nuclear weaponry, while verbalizing its desire for the annihilation of the Little Satan (Israel) and the Great Satan (The United States). Cloaked in religious fervor, the hate that fuels the spread of the Muslim religion is shown to be

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in stark contrast to the teaching of love spoken by Jesus (whom Mohammed viewed as a prophet) that motivates Christians to proselytize and creates concerns in some key Mo-

hammedans. For two millennia Christians have looked toward Jesus’ prophesied return. For 1,300 years followers of Islam have longed for the coming of the Twelfth Imam (the Mahdi), a religious leader who would usher in a time of justice. Miracles signal his presence, but the unleashing of “blood and fire” is to be the last sign of his coming and “The Bomb” could be the ultimate tool. This collision course makes for believable scenarios for these compelling world endgames. An earthquake raises speculation of a nuclear test for Iran, and eventually, the realization that Iran has full nuclear capability. With the assassination of the head of Iran’s nuclear

warhead design team, a race begins that could have cataclysmic results. An agent is placed in a cuttingedge telecommunications conglomerate which is bidding for Iran’s rapidly expanding high-end technology needs. He is the only voice pointing to the key to the region’s religious belief that the Mahdi has finally arrived. With the foundational beliefs that are paving the way for the Twelfth Imam, no sacrifice is too great for Mohammed’s disciples, including the extermination of the Jews and Christians by pursuing (Jihad), a Pillar of Islam. As Muslim and Christian eschatology collide, the landscape of today’s conflicts is potentially ripe for Rosenberg’s thought-provoking novel to become reality. Anyone intrigued by world events and how they could play out in the war-torn Middle East will find this fascinating fiction. — Review provided by Mark St. Louis for the DeWitt Public Library

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Clinton County Sheriff Clinton County Sheriff’s answered 558 calls for service during the week from Monday, Dec. 20 to Sunday, Dec. 27. Officers responded to 15 traffic crashes and 24 car-deer crashes. They made a total of 274 traffic contacts including citations for driving while license suspended, three arrests for operating while intoxicated and two violations of the controlled substance act. Following are some of the events of the week:

Monday, Dec. 20

Deputies responded to the report of a possible residential breaking and entering in progress on Corrison Road in Watertown Twp. Deputies responded on a welfare check/ suicidal subject call on South Jones Road in Eagle Twp. Information on four malicious destruction of property complaints to mailboxes in Riley and Watertown townships was reported to deputies. The damage involved homemade explosive devices used to cause damage during the overnight hours. Deputies were given information to “be on the lookout” for a vehicle involved in a hit-andrun crash in St Johns. A short time later, the described vehicle was spotted and was stopped. The male driver was arrested for operating while intoxicated, child endangerment and leaving the scene of a crash.

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Deputies responded to a residential burglar alarm on Driftwood Drive in Watertown Twp. Deputies investigated a larceny complaint on Shepardsville Road in Ovid Twp. Deputies were dispatched to a breaking and entering of

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The Rev. Canon Dr. Jack Lumanog, Pastor 1161 East Clark Road, Suite 230 in DeWitt

(in the Clark Corners Shopping Center: Clark Rd. & Old US-27)

517-455-7094

www.ChristTheKingAnglicanChurch.org

LCMS

1180 West Herbison Rd., DeWitt

(517) 669-3930

Traditional Worship

Sundays @ 9:30 a.m. Pastor Anthony Sikora

Sundays 9:45 A.M. - LIFE Groups 11:00 A.M. - Blended Worship [Children’s Activities for ages 3-Grade 6] Nursery Provided

Nursery Provided

Gib Hale, Pastor Ph. 641-6695

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THE CATHOLIC COMMUNITY OF SAINT JUDE

801 N. Bridge St.

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Senior Pastor: Dr. Don Gommesen Associate Pastor: Josh Presley

SUNDAY WORSHIP

Weekend Mass Schedule

Saturday 5:00 p.m. Sunday, 8:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m. Religious Education Office 669-8341

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669-2194 Contemporary Worship Sunday Services at 10:30 am

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Worship 10:17 a.m. Phone 669-5000 Mark St. Louis, Minister www.dewittchristianchurch.com

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UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA) A residential and campus ministry

1020 South Harrison Road, E. L. (Between Breslin Center and Trowbridge Rd.)

Worship with Holy Communion:

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Wednesdays 7:00 P.M. - Mid-Week Prayer 11068 S. DeWitt Rd. Corner of Cutler & DeWitt Rds. One mile north of downtown DeWitt http://1st-baptist.dewitt.mi.us Dr. Dan Wilkinson, Senior Pastor

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Possession of a High School diploma or G.E.D. equivalency is required. A minimum of two years experience as a carpenter’s apprentice; this experience may consist of apprenticeship and post-apprenticeship experience or equivalent on-the-job training required. Possession of a valid Michigan driver’s license and access to reliable means of transportation for job related use is required. Must be able to obtain, upon request of the employer, a C3 endorsement for driving a van. This position works with Carpenter and Repair Maintenance Technicians in constructing, repairing, and maintaining structure. Assists in rough and finish carpentry, drywall installation and finishing, painting and other general residential repairs.

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MASON TOWNHOUSE MOVE IN SPECIAL Newly renovated 2 bdrm., 1 bath, with laundry & lockable private storage, lg fenced backyard. $675. 517-2021781 or 517-230-3885.

1210 CLIMAX Lansing. 2 bdrm., hardwood floors, stove, fridge, washer/ dryer hookups, Near Sparrow & MSU/Cooley/LCC. Yard, garage. $625+ dep & util. 517-290-1403/517-285-4457

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4285 Matthews Rd. 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 1300+ sq. ft. ranch home. Full bsmnt., 2 car garage. 517-622-6059 or www.sundancefamilyhomecenter. com

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LANSING 230 Francis, Small 1 bedroom, 1 bath home. Storage shed. 517-622-6059 or www.sundancefamilyhome center.com

SOUTH LANSING Very clean 3 bdrm., 1 bath home in nice neighborhood. $725+ deposit & utilities (517)694-4730

GRAND LEDGE: 1, 2 & 3 bdrm., $420 to $535 + sec. dep. No pets. Call 517-627-2391, or 517-896-3285.

ST JOHNS 3 bdrm./bath. 1792 sq.ft. Rent to own!! Only $369 per mo. Brand new carpet & appliances. Contact The Meadows of St. Johns, (989) 224-7707.

LANSING- 231 S. Francis, 3 bedroom, dishwasher, washer/dryer. $650.00 + deposit. Call 517-204-4451

MOBILE HOME FOR rent Deposit required, no pets. Sec. 8 welcome. 517-482-4322

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Room For Rent DOWNTOWN 408 W. Ionia, furnished, close to LCC and Cooley. $335 per month utilities incl. 517-749-3890

Office Space For Rent LEASE TO OWN O f f i c e /Warehouse. 5000 sf total. 2000 sf office. All heated & air conditioned. Located in Rensen Center. JollyPennsylvania area. Rate as low as $1250/mo. 331-1734 M-F 8-5 for more details.

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NOTICE The DeWitt Public Schools Board of Education will hold its organizational meeting Monday, January 10, 2011, at 7:00 p.m. in the DeWitt Board of Education Office at 2957 W. Herbison Road, DeWitt, Michigan (enter through the south entrance). Board officers will be elected for January 10, 2011 through December 31, 2011. DBR-887287

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WILLIAMSTON 3 BDRM., 1 bath, home on the river. 2 car garage, $750 mo. + utils. Call 517-881-8776.

MASON 600 E. Columbia. 2 bdrm., 1.5 bath, deck, garage. $700+ util. Call 719-5600

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To the Residents of DeWITT CHARTER TOWNSHIP MEETING DATES FOR 2011 All meetings are held at the Township Hall, 1401 W. Herbison Road, DeWitt, MI 48820, unless otherwise noted. BOARD OF TRUSTEES Meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. on the second and fourth Monday of each month unless said Monday is a recognized holiday whereby the Board will meet the next day (Tuesday). January February March April May June

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July August September October November December

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PLANNING COMMISSION Meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. on the first Monday of every month unless said Monday is a recognized holiday whereby the commission will meet the next day (Tuesday).

13101 Schavey Road DeWitt, MI 48820 Phone: (517) 669-3156 2011 Board of Trustees Meeting Schedule All meetings are held at 7:00 pm in the Woodruff Historical Room of the DeWitt District Library located 13101 Schavey Rd. in DeWitt, unless otherwise stated.

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BOARD OF APPEALS Meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. on third Wednesday of every month unless no applications have been filed. January February March April May June

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July August September October November December

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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE The first meeting of the year will be held on the third Tuesday of the month, January 18, 2011, at 7:00 p.m. Thereinafter meetings will be held on an as needed basis. DBR/LCCN-889194

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DeWITT CHARTER TOWNSHIP PLANNING COMMISSION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARNG The DEWITT CHARTER TOWNSHIP ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS will hold a Public Hearing at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 19, 2011 at the DeWitt Charter Township Hall located at 1401 W. Herbison Road, DeWitt, Michigan 48820 regarding a petition for variance request, 10-770006 from Raymond (Butch) D. Mohre II. The property is described as being located at 15750 Brook Road, Lansing, MI 48906, Lot #30 of Boichot Acres Subdivision, in the southwest ¼ of Section 27 of DeWitt Charter Township. This property is legally described as: Lot #30 Boichot Acres Subdivision, Section 27, T5NR2W The subject of the public hearing will be the consideration of a request for a Two-Hundred and Forty (240) square foot variance to the maximum allowed One Thousand and Two Hundred (1,200) square feet of accessory space, as set forth in Section 5.18, Schedule of Regulations of Zoning Ordinance 60 for the R3 (Residential Single Family) zoning district. Publication - Zoning Board of Appeals 10-770006 - Raymond (Butch) D. Mohre II December 27, 2010 If approved, the applicant would be allowed to construct a Twenty-Four (24) foot by Thirty-Two (32) foot attached garage resulting in a total accessory space of One-Thousand Four Hundred and Forty (1,440) square feet, as shown on application materials. A copy of the proposed variance request is available for public inspection at the Planning Department, in the DeWitt Charter Township Hall, located at 1401 W. Herbison Road, DeWitt, MI 48820, during regular business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Written comments will be considered but must be received by the DeWitt Charter Township Planning Department by 12:00 (Noon) Wednesday, January 19, 2011. Please call (517) 669-6576 for further information. DeWitt Charter Township will provide to individuals with disabilities, reasonable auxiliary aids and services which are needed to fully participate in any Township meeting providing a 72 hour notice is received by phone or in writing. Contact DeWitt Charter Township, Clerk’s Office, 1401 W. Herbison Road, DeWitt, MI 48820, phone 517/668-0270, to request the necessary assistance. Diane K. Mosier, Clerk DeWitt Charter Township DBR/LCCN-888973

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January 13, 2011 February 10, 2011 March 10, 2011. April 14, 2011 May 12, 2011 June 9, 2011 July 14, 2011 August 11, 2011 September 8, 2011 October 13, 2011 November 10, 2011 December 8, 2011 Individuals with disabilities needing special accommodations to fully participate in the meeting may contact the Library Director to request the necessary assistance. This request must be made two (2) days in advance of the meeting. Special meetings will be posted at least 48 hours in advance at the library. DBR-888584

GRAND LEDGE

7143 E. Saginaw Hwy., 3 bdrm., 1 bath, 1668 sq. ft. ranch style home. Full bsmnt., attached garage. $800+ deposit. 517-622-6059 www.sundancefamilyhomecenter. com

LANSI NG - 2, 4 & 5 bdrm houses and 2 bdrm apts. & duplexes. $575-$800. Local owner cell 989-550-1181.

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2 & 3 bdrm., newly rennovated homes. New carpet, newer appliances. No pets. Section 8 welcome. Available immediately! $625-$775 + deposit 5849 O R C H A R D CT. Co m & utilities. 517-819-3082. pletely remodeled 2 bdrm, 1 bath, full basement with washer/dryer. New car4229 CHICKORY Lansing pet, paint, appliances. SE. Newer 3 bdrm. ranch, Fenced backyard, private full basement, new carpet deck. $650 + utils. & vinyl, very nice. 517-332-9255. $800/mo. Call Ron 323-4106. EAST LANSING Upperscale duplex in Whitehills area. 3 bdrm., 1 1/2 baths, plus AFFORDABLE HOMES 1-4 W/D, new windows, insubdrms, Section 8 OK. lation R39, $1050 + deposPets OK. Move in speit. Call Jill at 517-410-6750 cial! Flexible terms or Mary at 517-347-1127. available. $395-$1095. 517-651-1374 GRAND LEDGE - 4/plex. EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD, walk to downtown shops & parks. Lg. fenced yard, no BATH 6067 Park Lake Rd. close to highways. Unique pets. 2 bdrm. $700 Incl. all 3 bdrm. w/lakefront lot, util. Dennis: 517-348-6124 firepit, dock, home has stove, refrig., WD hookup, air cond., deck & shed. HOLT Must see to appreciate. Large 2 bdrm. duplex. $850. 517-243-0554. Nice yard. W/D hookup. $650 water & sewer included. No pets. 517-694-1899. DEWITT TWP. - Nice family 2 story home on deadend st. 4 bdrm., 2 bath. Central   WEBBERVILLE- 2 bdrm.  air, attached breezway & 2   car garage. Clean, dry unduplex, 2 car garage,   finished bsmnt. Safe $725/mo. 517-521-3242   neighborhood. $875 + dep. or 810-923-0910.   & util. 517-339-1962. 

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