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March 13, 2011

Pathway Michigan Ave. extension contract OK’d moves forward over protests


DELTA TWP. - Despite protests from nearby neighbors, the Delta Township Board voted 6-1 March 7 to contract with Laux Construction for a 10-foot mixed use path from Creyts Road to Eastbury Drive on property already owned by the township. The path will link to the recently completed EastWest Connector, which runs from Sharp Park to Creyts, with a spur that leads to the Lansing Mall. Township manager Richard Watkins explained that the $257,900 bid from Laux was well below what was anticipated. Federal

funds will pay for $128,000 of the cost, with the township picking up the rest. “It’s a buyer’s market right now,” Watkins said. “We got some very good bids.” Watkins also said the township has already received a permit from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment needed because part of the path falls in a floodplain and requires a bridge over Carrier Creek. Calling the decision “very financially prudent,” trustee Jan Cunningham said the path would attract younger people to the area

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DELTA TWP. - At a public hearing March 3, Glen Terra resident Shirley Whittaker told the Eaton County Road Commission exactly what she thinks of the proposal to extend Michigan Avenue from Creyts Road to Canal Road. “It sounds to me you have some money you don’t know what to do with,” she said., “so you start coming and destroying people’s neighborhoods.” The road commission held the public hearing at the Waverly Middle School auditorium. Whittaker wasn’t the only person opposed to the extension, which has been in Delta Township’s road plan for the past 30 years. Others disputed the road commission’s $1.6-million cost for the full mile, plus another $1.2 million for a noise mitigation wall for nearby neighbors. Neighborhood spokesman Doug Kosinski said he believes the actual cost will be between $3 million and $4.3 million without the mitigation. He also said the “ex-

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Glen Terra neighbors discuss the proposed one-mile Michigan Avenue extension from Creyts to Canal after a public hearing at Waverly Middle School March 3. L to r: Diane Hogan, Shirley Whittaker, Doug Kosinski. tremely high cost” gives only a small return in access for emergency vehicles, one of the reasons cited for the extension, and he proposed another alternative: extending the road from Creyts to just east of Carrier Creek, with a mixed use path from that point to Canal. The hearing was the most recent step toward a road extension of some kind that supporters say would connect subdivisions, improve emergency services and pe-

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destrian flow and meet the needs of future growth. Three alternatives, a “nobuild,”’ a half-mile extension and a full-mile, were presented. Road commission chairman Darrell Tennis said after the meeting that he believes the full-mile is the best choice and that plan is identified in the project summary as a “tentative selection.” “You don’t get the connectivity with the half-mile,”

Tennis said. “It just doesn’t solve the problem.” The project is tentatively scheduled to begin sometime this summer. Residents have until March 24 to submit comments to the Eaton County Road Commission Michigan Avenue Environmental Assessment at 1112 Reynolds Road, Charlotte, MI 48813. You can also comment by phone (517/543-2608) or email (ECRC@EatonCounty

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Band boosters selling coupon books

DELTA TWP. - The Waverly Band Boosters is currently running its newest fundraiser, selling “Enjoy the City” coupon books. Each book sells for $20 and contains hundreds of buy one, get-one-free coupons from local businesses. Band students earn $3 for their Student Accounts for each book sold, money which helps defray the costs of marching band camp and other special events, like last year’s trip to perform at Walt Disney World. High school and intermediate school band students were to be selling books through March 7, while middle schoolers will be selling through March 21. Contact any Waverly Band student, or feel free to contact Booster President Terri Raterink at

Elmwood to hold March 12 carnival

DELTA TWP. - Elmwood Elementary School, 1533 Elmwood Road, will hold a carnival from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, March 12. Games include cake walk, book walk, BINGO, craft room, octopus ring toss, etc. Tickets 4 for $1; most games cost 1 to 2 tickets. Lunch is $2 a plate for a hot dog, bag of chips and bottle of water. Cotton Candy for $1 a bag. Great prize table!

Eric Carle story event set for bookstore

DELTA TWP. - Barnes & Noble at the Lansing Mall, 5132 W. Saginaw, is celebrating the work of award winning children’s author Eric Carle by hosting a very special story time on Wednesday, March 19 at 11 a.m. Children of all ages are welcome tfor the reading of classic Carle books such as “The Very Hungry Caterpillar,” “The Very Quiet Cricket,” and the “Very Busy Spider. “ Stay after for a creeping

crawling craft project and a delicious taste of “dirt.” This event is free and open to the public. Anyone with questions may call the store at (517) 327-0437.

Jewelry sale set for Sparrow Hospital

LANSING - A fine jewelry sale will be held Wednesday and Thursday, March 16 and 17, 7 a.m.-4 p.m. at Sparrow Hospital in the lower lobby outside the Auditorium. All jewelry (gold, silver, stones, etc.) is supplied by “Jewelry Plus, Inc” which is a local business that handles quality merchandise.

Gold jewelry etc. will also be puchased during this time. This event is sponsord by the Mary Magdalen League - St. Lawrence Campus All proceeds benefit the Sparrow Substance Abuse Unit on the St. Lawrence Campus

Lions to hold blood drive March 19

DELTA TWP. - The Bretton Woods Lions will sponsor a blood drive on Saturday, March 19 at St. Gerard Catholic Church from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. The church is at 4139 Willow Highway.

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Contract: Path OK’d and retain those already here. “One of our greatest assets is our parks,” she said. “We are doing the best for the most people.” Neighbors brought up several concerns including the loss of privacy, damage to wildlife habitat, future vandalism and the fact that they felt they were not consulted in the process to build the path. Some also questioned the township’s priorities. Brook Trail resident Stan Smith noted that there are already three nearby bridges over Carrier Creek that serve pedestrians, two on Saginaw and one on Willow. Joel Hott, who lives on Captiva Drive, said that the availability of federal money for the path shouldn’t dictate that it be built. “There are higher priorities in the township for public safety,” he said. Treasurer Howard Pizzo, the lone no vote, said he had “strong reservations” about the project. “At this point in the budget, it sends the wrong message,” he said. “It’s too fast too soon.” Several board members noted that the East-West Connector has gotten many compliments, even from neighbors who had originally opposed it. Some in the audience were supportive of the path. “(You have) an opportunity to do something special,” Captiva Drive resident Hugh Forster told the board. “The easement belongs to all the people of the township.”

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Church briefs ‘One of the Mob’ topic of series

DELTA TWP. - Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church, 7740 W. St. Joseph Hwy., offers a Lenten services series called “People of the Passion.” Many people were part of Jesus’ passion. What do you know about them? What if you could have been there? You can take a trip back in time on Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. to gain valuable insights about the “People of the Passion.” This week, Wednesday, March 16: “One of the Mob”Think of the cheers of Palm Sunday: “Hosanna to the Son of David!” Then think of the jeers five days later: “Crucify him!” What had changed? What would you have done if you had been “one of the mob?”

Local celebs to judge chili cookoff

DELTA TWP. - If you make a pot of chili that is todie-for, or you just love chili, then you’ll want to be part of Trinity UMC’s Fourth Annual Chili Cookoff, Saturday, March 19 from 5-7- p.m.The event is totally free to all, chili cookers and chili eaters alike. State Sen. Rick Jones will head a team of local celebri-

ties who will judge the chili entries. To register as a chili cooker, go to and complete the registration form or call the Trinity UMC office at 517-627-8388. Contestants are asked to prepare at least 6 quarts of chili using your own ingredients and recipe. Chili needs to be prepared at the contestant’s home and brought to Trinity, hot and ready to serve. All contestants must preregister: to register call Trinity UMC at 517-627-8388 or register online at www.lansingtrinity. org by Thursday, March 17 at 3 p.m. Trinity UMC is at the corner of Canal Road and St. Joseph Highway. Contact Ed Gillette at (517) 627-8388, ext. 207

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son, $30 per family, purchased by March 13. Contact St. Michael office (517-627-8493) or Judy Eustice (517-256-0238).

Senior and friends to go to Frankenmuth

DELTA TWP. On March 16 the Community Baptist Church, 7832 W Mt Hope Fundraiser set for Hwy.west of Canal Road, will seminarians’ trip be taking a special trip for seGRAND LEDGE - Come niors and friends to the city enjoy a roast beef dinner on of Frankenmuth. Saturday, March 19 at 6 p.m. The group will be leaving at St. Michael Parish . at 11 a.m. and returning to This is a fundraiser to the church at 5 p.m. send 16 seminarians from SaThe cost is set at $5 dolcred Heart Seminary to the lars just to cover the gas. Holy Land and Rome this The trip will also incude a May. Seven of the seminarstop at Bronner’s. ians are from the Diocese of To sign up to go, contact Lansing. Asst. Pastor Joe Jackson, Tickets are $10 per per517-322-0808.

Lenten services, meals set at church

DELTA TWP. - An open house at Cornerstone University Professional & Graduate Studies Delta Township campus, 6452 Millennium Drive, Suite 180, will be held March 14, 4-6 p.m. For more information contact: Dawn Pike, or (517) 282-7617.

Program to help seniors stay in homes

EATON CO. - The AARP HomeFit program – which was designed to help older adults modify their homes so they can remain in familiar surroundings as they age – will be offered in Charlotte on Friday, March 18. The free program, especially geared to people ages 60 and older who own their own homes, will be held from 1-3 p.m. at the Eaton Area Senior Center, 803 S. Cochran Ave., Charlotte. A HomeFit facilitator will help older adults learn how to overcome obstacles to remaining independent, such as: narrow doorways, stairs into the home and to second-floor bedrooms. To be part of this event, please call 1-877-926-8300 by Thursday, March 17 to confirm a space.


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The Eaton County Dems and Friends will gather at the Delta Township Library’s Elmwood Room on Monday, March 14, beginning at 6-7:45 p.m. This meeting will offer an opportunity for members to learn about the exciting forums being planned by Dems and Friends over the next few months, as well as other opportunities to inform the community on the critical issues currently challenging us. Bring your energy, likeminded friends, ideas and checkbook to the March 14 meeting of Eaton County Dems & Friends. At the January meeting, Jacky Tennis resigned as Chairperson of the Eaton

County Dems & Friends. She will be serving as Chair of the Eaton County Democratic Party. Christine Walker was elected as chairperson of ECDF at the January 2011 meeting for the next year. Erin Butler will take the place of Jane Mudry as Recording Secretary and Sherry Freeman will continue as Treasurer. If you are interested in serving as Vice-Chair, please advise as Tom Anderson will not be seeking re-election. Members and all interested parties are urged to grab a copy of “Don’t Think of An Elephant - Know Your Values and Frame The Debate” by George Lakoff. - Christine Walker, Chairperson, 2011-2012. Eaton County Dems & Friends

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> NuVal™ System Nutritional Labeling - Developed by an independent panel of nutritional and medical experts, the System helps you see – at a glance – the nutritional value of the food you buy on a simple scale of 1-100. The higher the NuVal™ Score, the better the nutrition. Come learn more about this great tool to help your family eat healthy! Presented by Heather Sanders & Kim Thalison, BEDHD. Mon., 4/18; 12:15-1pm or Thurs., 4/28; 3:30-4:15pm. Free to All! > Physical Therapy - You don’t have to travel far to find top quality treatment for your personal or work related injury. HGB Physical Therapist’s provide one-on-one treatment in a very caring, but professional environment. HGB physical therapy is the only provider in the area to offer therapy in a warm water aquatic environment along with having specialists trained in manual therapy, vestibular disorders, women’s health, sports injuries, and orthopedic surgery rehab. To schedule your physical therapy evaluation, please call HGB Rehabilitation Services at 517-543-9575. > Restorative Yoga - Postures with a focus on relaxation, healing and realigning the body to increase balance, strengthen the spine, open the hips and shoulders for greater range of motion, pain relief and stability. If you are experiencing joint pain, body fatigue or just feel stressed, this class is for you and is also excellent for fitness buffs, especially runners and cyclists as flexibility and counter-stretching is imperative in maintaining healthy structural alignment. Instructor: Martha Limauro. Tues, 4/5; 10:00-11:15am. FREE to All! > S.T.A.R. Plan (Steps To Avoid Regain) - This structured state-of-the-art maintenance program, available to anyone who has lost weight and is striving to maintain it, helps you stay focused without giving up. Two initial interviews, $30 each. Weekly fee $12. Call for schedule. > Stress and Relaxation - Breathe a Sigh of Relief - A popular, interactive seminar on stress and how to incorporate daily relaxation and meditation into your busy life. Learn a simple way to relax the body. Tues, 4/26, noon-1pm; FREE to All! > Summer 3 Month Fitness Center Membership - Join Charlotte’s most-complete Wellness Center get 3 months for just $139 if you activate between June 1 - 30, includes free body fat analysis, personalized exercise program design and access to all basic group exercise classes! Call to set up your tour today! > Weight Management – FREE Informational Session - Learn about all the HGB programs designed to help you lose weight and keep it off. Wed. at 5pm.

> Meditation for Adults - Conquer stress, improve concentration, and find inner peace! Tues, 5/10 & 5/24; 11:30am – 1pm. Members $79; non-members $94 for both sessions and ongoing support.

> Winter Warm-Up - Join us for the Winter Warm-Up Celebration at the Lansing Mall 4/2 at 9am. Community grants will be awarded, free health screenings, prizes and more!

> Mindful Dining Tips at the Gavel - Join us at The Gavel for a hands-on dining experience – learn how to eat out and choose great tasting foods that will help maintain a healthy weight and a healthy life. Thursday, 4/21 from 12:05-12:55pm. $8 per person includes lunch, beverage, tax and tip. Registration deadline is 4/14.

> Zumba - A dance fitness program that feels more like a party than a workout. Wed. 9am & Thurs 6:15pm. Members: FREE; Non-Members: $10 (includes all-day guest pass).

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Schools set restructuring meeting DELTA - Waverly Community Schools has been investigating a reconfiguration of the Waverly schools since October, 2010. Several ideas have been researched and parents, staff, and community members have had an opportunity to provide input into a possible restructuring of how Waverly Schools delivers educational services to the students. Waverly administration has received much input into several different possibilities for next year and will move forward with the first step at the Waverly Board of Education meeting on March 14, at 7:30 p.m.

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Dr. Debra Jones, Waverly Superintendent, will be recommending to the board of education for approval the following: • Waverly reconfigure four elementary schools to three elementary schools. • One elementary school be designated as an Early Childhood Center and would house all preschool, kindergarten, and first grade students. • Two elementary schools would house second, third, and fourth graders. By taking this step forward, Waverly would become committed to restructuring all of our elementary

schools this spring so that families and staff are aware of any changes which might occur due to this reconfiguration. Also, as the district look sat the funding deficit it already has for this year as well as the proposed reduction in revenue for next year, this will help toward the overall structural deficit, officials said. The cost savings will be recognized in a reduction of personnel, a reduction in one building’s upkeep and maintenance costs and a recognized benefit of combining classroom and instructional resources. - Waverly Communty Schools

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Infertility One of the most devastating problems facing many couples today is not being able to have a child - infertility. I see this in many patients that I have had the good fortune to meet. The anguish is nothing short of heartbreaking for many. Many such couples have been everywhere - fertility clinics, have had fertility enhancing drugs, vitamin injections, counseling, etc., all to no avail.

Women are much more familiar with this function whereas most men are not. For you who are not all that aware of exactly how this all takes place, let’s look at the following. When a woman ovulates, the egg goes down one fallopian tube one month and then down the other fallopian tube the next month. In other words, it tends to alternate to give one or the other a break. The egg starts at one end of the fallopian tube and ends up at the uterus or womb at the other. The egg does not swim or have any flippers, arms, or legs, and so it is carried along by what we call passive transport. In other words, it is simply a bystander going for a ride; much like a ride in a convoluted water tube of a water park. The reason this takes place is because of a very exact function of the different muscles that make up the walls of the fallopian tubes. They literally “squeeze” the egg from one end of tube to the other. The purpose of this function is to meet the sperm at the other end so that fertilization can take place and a baby starts to be developed. In other words, the egg starts at one end of the fallopian tube and the muscles of the tube gently squeeze it from one end to the other. This process is called peristalsis and is very similar to swallowing while you eat; the muscles in your esophagus, the tube which you swallow food through, literally guide what you have just swallowed, all the way down into your stomach. The same goes with the fallopian tube. LJ-0100074293

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In my own experience, I have found most cases of infertility to be fairly one-sided. In other words, I have found that it is usually women that seem to be at fault and unable to achieve pregnancy. Now, do not get me wrong, I am not blaming women for this difficulty in any way, and this is not a sexist remark, but the problem, I have observed, seems to be more with women than with men. Let me explain.

Let’s look at this in the light of a couple not being able to achieve pregnancy: In most couples who are labeled “INFERTILE” (and you know how much I detest labels) it seems that the egg is not able to make it through the fallopian tube to meet the sperm. Unless that union is allowed to take place, there is no pregnancy, hence no baby. Not a good thing.

Let’s look at this even closer for a moment: As I mentioned, the function of the muscles of the fallopian tubes is to propel the egg from one end to the other, in order to meet the sperm. In cases of infertility, however, this does not take place. Why would the muscles that are designed and programmed to perform that very special function every month, decide suddenly that they simply won’t do it? Well, the answer is quite simple - it is not their decision. The muscles of your body do not decide, on their own, what to do. They are literally ordered or not ordered to do their job. In cases of infertility, I have found that the muscles are simply not able to take the egg from one end of the fallopian tube to the other. In most cases, it is the fault of the nervous system which controls that very function. In most cases I have found that the culprit is a vertebral subluxation, generally in the lower part of the spine, which interferes with the manner in which the fallopian tubes would normally function. By correcting the subluxation, and allowing the nervous system to then be able to control the function of the fallopian tubes normally, I have found that couples can then achieve pregnancy.

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Sports briefs Youth, adult swim lessons starting

DELTA TWP. - Registration for youth and adult swim lessons sponsored by Delta Township will begin on March 22. Classes will run between March 29 and May 26. Call 484-5600 or go to

ORV safety class offered in Delta

DELTA TWP. - Delta Township Parks & Recreation in cooperation with the Eaton County Sheriff’s Department will be offering a ORV Safety class on Saturday, March 26 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Delta Township Enrichment Center. Students will receive a DNR certificate upon successful completion. The class is open to ages 12-16. Pre-registration is required. The cost is $10 for Delta Township residents and $15 for non-residents. Call 517-323-8555.

Delta taking late soccer registration

DELTA TWP. - Delta Township Parks and Recreation is accepting late registrations for their spring youth soccer program. Registration forms are available at or at the Parks and Recreation office, 7710 W. Saginaw Hwy. The registration fee is $45. Practices begin the week of March 28. Call 517-323-8555.

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Sportsman’s club sets game dinner

The Chief Okemos Sportsman’s Club at 4667 N. Gunnell Road in Dimondale is holding its 9th Annual Camp Dinner on Saturday, March 19, from 4-9 p.m. at the clubhouse. Call: 517-646-1611 or 517-646-0701

Warriors end season with losses By SCOTT YOSHONIS | ST. JOHNS - After the euphoria of winning a share of the CAAC Red boys’ basketball championship with a memorable win over Sexton, Waverly’s season came to an abrupt and disapponting end, with losses to East Lansing in the regular-season finale and league rival St. Johns in an upset in the first round of district play. First, East Lansing finished their regular season with a flourish, improving to 17-3 with a hard-fought 61-55 non-league win at Waverly on March 3. Waverly head coach Craig Fields said the the loss was not the worst thing that could happen to his team. “We want to play to win every game, but this game doesn’t affect us,” Fields said. “The conference is over, it’s non-league. They (East Lansing) did a great job.” Dee Roberts scored 15 points, Montel Smith had 12 and Skyelar Moore had 12 for the Warriors, who were without their point guard and second-leading scorer, Rashaun Carroll, who sat out with an ankle injury. Tracy Edmond led all scorers with 16 points and Devlin Bell added 13 for East Lansing, who trailed for the entire first half, in which they hit just 2 of their 15 three-point attempts and shot 32 per cent from the field overall. “Credit their (Waverly’s) defense, they shut us down in the first half,” East Lansing coach Steve Finamore said. “When we miss our shots, we’re in trouble. We’re supposed to drive to the basket, and we weren’t doing that.” Roberts scored 11 of his 15 in the first half, in which the Warriors took their biggest lead of the game, 25-18, on a 3-pointer by Moore halfway through the second quarter. But the Trojans climbed back into the game late in the half, and a three by Tyler Tucker with 18 seconds on the clock cut the deficit to 31-29 at the break. Edmond drained a three 45 seconds after the break to signal the end of East Lansing shooting woes, and also start a 7-0 run that gave his team their first lead of the game, 36-33 with 5:41 left in the third quarter, and the Trojans would not trail again. Waverly tied the game for the last time, 43-43, with a three by Payne Peruchietti with 2:21 left in the third, but Edmond replied in kind just 21 seconds later, hitting a three that launched a 12-2 Trojan run that opened up the lead to double digits, 55-45, in the first minute of the fourth. The Warriors made it interesting down the stretch, going on an 8-2 run with six of those points from Smith to close the gap to 57-53. The Trojans contributed by suddenly missing their free throws, taking just one point from their three 1-and-1 opportunities, but Waverly could not take full advantage. “Hats off to them,” Fields said. “Hopefully, we’ll see them next Friday.” But it was not to be.

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Above: Waverly’s Dee Roberts (23) looks to dribble past East Lansing’s Tyler Tucker (15) during the Warriors’ 61-55 loss to the Trojans on March 3. Right: Waverly’s Jordan Martin (10) goes for a steal against Devlin Bell of East Lansing. Scott Besko may have been the shortest player on the court in the district opener on March 7, but when it was all said and done, no player had a bigger game than the Redwings’ senior guard. Besko scored a game-high 39 points and put together one of the most memorable individual performances in St. Johns basketball history as the Redwings went on to defeat Waverly 79-55 in a Class A district opener on the Redwings’ home floor. The victory for St. Johns marked the first time the Redwings had defeated Waverly — the CAAC Red co-champion with Sexton — in three years. Rashaun Carroll led Waverly with 16 points, while the Warriors regular-season leading scorer, senior Skyelar Moore, was held to 13 points in the loss. “We had a good game plan going in, trying to focus on Skyelar and limit him from getting to the basket,” Miller said. Sean Merriman also contributed to this story.


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Lady Warriors bounced out by E.L. By DENNY SCHWARZE | LANSING -- Under coach Rob Smith, the East Lansing girls basketball program has developed a winner’s mentality, a champion’s mentality. Waverly put that to the test on March 4 in a Class A district final, but the Warriors couldn’t quite topple their archrivals, the defending Class A state champions, as East Lansing put the Warriors away late in a 61-51 win on March 4 at Eastern High School’s Don Johnson Field House. “We were kind of battling from behind,” Waverly coach Erik Kutas said. “Unfortunately, we just never quite got in front. ...” “We’re disappointed. We accomplished some of our goals this season. This was another one of them and unfortunately we fell a little short today but they have no reason to hang their heads. They were right in it until the end.” Sophomore guard Victoria Milton had 14 points to lead the Warriors. Senior Carli Reid added 11 points for Waverly while junior Jasmine Wood chipped in with 10. Senior forward Deborah Hoekstra led the Trojans with 23 points and 10 rebounds East Lansing scored five straight points to give the Trojans (20-3) a 39-29 lead in the third quarter. That’s when Waverly (20-3) made a run that kept East Lansing from running away. An 8-0 run slashed East Lansing’s lead to just two, and the two teams battled until the score was deadlocked at 45 in the fourth. Sophomore guard Alex Green hit a 3-pointer for the Trojans to break the tie and kick-start a 16-6 run in the final four minutes for East Lansing.

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Adult league teams LANSING TWP. - Registration is now open for all adult sports leagues offered at the Westside Community YMCA, 3700 Old Lansing Road. You can stop by to register, register over the phone or register online at The phone number is 517-827-9665. You do not

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The Captain’s meeting is Wednesday, March 16 at 7:30 p.m.The league will begin play on Monday March 28. The fee is $400 per team,due by the Captain’s meeting. Space is limited to the first 10 registered teams.

Coed volleyball

The Captain’s meeting is on Wednesday, March 16 at 7 p.m. The league will begin play on Sunday April . Games will start between 2-9 p.m. The fee is $275 per team and it is due by the Captain’s meeting. There is both a recreational and competitive division.

Women’s volleyball

The Captain’s meeting is

on Wednesday, March 16 at 7 p.m. The league will begin play on Thursday April 7. Games will start at 6:30 p.m. The fee is $275 per team, due by the Captain’s meeting. There is both a competitive and recreational division.

30, up inline hockey

The Captain’s meeting is Wednesday, March 16at 8 p.m. The league will begin

play on Monday, March 28. Games will begin at 7:30 p.m. The team fee is $500 per team and it is due by the Captain’s meeting. Individuals may sign up and be placed on a team. Members are $80 and non members are $90 for individuals.

18, up inline hockey

The Captain’s meeting is Wednesday, March 16 at 8 p.m. The league will begin play Wednesday, March 30.

Youth leagues

Youth basketball

Youth basketball will start the week of March 28. The mandatory coaches’ training will be Wednes-


day, March 16 at 7:15 p.m. The first games are Tuesday the March 23. The league will end on May 3. The fees are $40 for members and $50 for non members. The fee includes a team t-shirt. Goalies who sign up to play full time are free. Age groups are 8 & under, 11 & under, and 14 & under. Players practice Friday nights at 6 p.m. and games on Tuesday nights after Youth inline/roller hockey 6have p.m. Call with any questions reThe player evaluation is Tues- garding required equipment.

There is a $10 team shirt fee for 15 and 13 and under. Age groups are 7 and under, 9 and under, 11 and under, 13 and under, 15 and under. 7 and under is a Saturday only program. All older age groups get one weekday practice per week. All games are played on Saturday’s at the Westside YMCA.




5250 Cornerstone Dr Lansing 517.322.2000

“Imitating Christ to Reach Our Community”

Independent • Fundamental Glenn M. Ray, Jr., Pastor

SundayWorship Worship Sunday Children’s Education 9:00am 10:00am Adult Education 10:15am

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Sunday 8:30 am Traditional Worship 9:45 am Sunday School 11:00 am Contemporary Worship

Saturday 4:30 pm & 6:30 pm Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 11:00 am & 6:00 pm

Now In Our New Home

321-2565 Sun. School & Adult Bible Fellowship: 9:30 am Morning Worship Service: 10:45 am Evening Bible Study: 6:00 pm Wednesday - Awana Clubs: 6:30 pm Prayer Time and Bible Study: 7:00 pm

Delta Presbyterian Church


Friday Eucharist 9:00 am Rev. David Pike, Rector


“Passion for Christ, Compassion for Others”

3200 Delta River Dr. Lansing, MI 48906 517-321-2495 •


Wed. Bible Studies & Awana - 6:30 pm

Wednesday Eucharist 6:30 pm

DELTA TWP. - The Delta Waverly-39’ers is offering a Arthritis Foundation Fitness Class. The low-impact class can be done either sitting or standing. Classes are held Monday and Wednesday 10:45-11:30 a.m. at the Delta-Waverly Enrichment Center. The fee is $2 per person drop in fee. Call 517-484-5600.



Arthritis class offered

4437 W. Willow St.

Sunday Eucharist 8:00 am & 10:30 am

2300 N.Waverly Road, Lansing


SUNDAY WORSHIP: AM -AM Creative Worship 9:2510:55 & 10:55 - Creative Worship 9:35 & 11:05 AM - Balanced Worship 6:00 PM - Evening


1519 Elmwood, Lansing

7/10 mi. north of Lansing Mall



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LANSING TWP. - Registration is open for all youth sports programs at the Westside Community YMCA 3700 Old Lansing Road. Register online at, or call 316-9622.

day, March 16tat 6 p.m. The first games are Saturday April 2 and the program ends Saturday June 4th. The fee is $50 for members and $60 for community participants. The fee for 6 and under is $40 for YMCA Members and $50 for community participants. If they don’t already have one, players must also purchase a reversible jersey at the Y for $15 for all players ages 11 and under.

For more information contact Fred Thomas, Sports Coordinator at 827-9665 or e-mail at

Senior news


Leagues forming for youths

Games will begin at 7 p.m. The team fee is $500 per team, due by the Captain’s meeting. Individuals may also sign up and be placed on teams. The fee is $80 for members and $90 for non members for individuals.

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Leagues forming at Westside YMCA

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GMC GMC ENVOY DENALI 2007 $19,950 80,000 mi., 4WD, Nav, DVD, SunR, htd Lthr, Ext War Silver 517-214-6623


ACCORD SE 2006 4 cyl, 43,600mi., Gray, Like new. Excellent cond.

DODGE 2000 ¾ TON $10,000 4x4 w/Fisher snowplow, 2nd owner, V8 auto, looks, drives, runs excellent 517-712-6178


WRANGLER SPORT, 1999 4x4, lifted, has extras. Excellent condition.

Mini Vans


FREESTYLE SE, 2006 $6750 99K mi. Newer tires, metallic light green. Good condition. 517-627-6377

HANDICAP VANS USED, BOUGHT & SOLD Mini & full size 5751 S. Cedar - Call Dale 517-882-7299


FORD F-250, 1997 $6,000 Low miles. Well maint., comes w/plow. Excellent condition. 517-712-6178 EDGE SE 2007 $16,750 6 cyl, Side Airbag 39000 mi., Silver 517-886-6612

$6,950 517-676-4709

GX-470, SUV 2008 $42,000 Low mi. Tow pkg., 3rd row removable seats. Excellent condition. 517-6697911

LANCER GTS 2008 $12,000 4 cyl, Premium Sun Pack, 63333mi., Blue 517-944-0140

SOLD. March 13, 2011




$7995 989-640-1899

911 CARRERA 2005 $41,900 Only 19k miles! Like New. Silver, blk leather. 517-202-7784



CHARGER RT, 2009 $21,500/BEST 25K mi. Hemi. "Brilliant black", grey leather int. Excellent condition. 517-694-7676

GRAND PRIX GT 2005 loaded, sunroof, 75K mi., sharp! Mint City



ACCORD LX-P 2010 $17,950 4 cyl, fully loaded, 13000 highway mi, Maroon 517-505-2213


EDDIE BAUER EXPLORER, 2005 68K mi. Loaded, tow package. Excellent condition.


Saturn AURA XE 2007 $8600/OBO 6 cyl, Pwr Sts, 79k, Gray, int dtld, clean. 517-281-8291

Sport Utility Vehicles CHEVY TAHOE LT 2001 $8200/OBO Loaded, black, runs excellent, 171K mi. 517-927-0551 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER 2004 $12,500 6 cyl, 4wd, 3rd Row Seats, 73,339mi., Silver 717-441-7491


HANDICAP VANS USED, BOUGHT & SOLD Mini & full size 5751 S. Cedar - Call Dale 517-882-7299

Automobiles Wanted VEHICLES WANTED DEAD/ALIVE Top $$ paid, Free towing. Same day pickup. 7 Days. 517-487-8704 CAR DON’T WORK Or is crashed! Tired of spending money? Will pay you Cash Today & tow away free! Call 517-505-2098 AUTOS & TRUCKS WANTED We will pay top dollar for any unwanted vehicle. Free fast pickup. 517-487-8600.

Junk Cars Wanted BENJAMIN & SON A1 TOWING WANTED Junk cars, vans & trucks. Top $ paid . 517-372-9737 CAR DON’T WORK Or is crashed! Tired of spending money? Will pay you cash Today & tow away free! Call 517-505-2098 WE PAY TOP DOLLAR for used cars, trucks & vans. Will beat any offer. Free towing. 517-482-2260 CARS & TRUCKS WANTED Paying cash. 7 days a week.


OUTBACK H6-3.0 L.L. BEAN EDITION 2003 $8000 Clean, top of line, auto, AWD 115K mi, many opts 517-614-0534

AARON’S UP TO $1000 Wanted junk and unwanted cars 810-347-2078

FORESTER 2.5 XS 2003 $8,750 AWD, pwr wdw/lock, cruise, 1 owner, 78K, Green 517-712-3277

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Apartments For Rent 1, 2, & 3 BEDROOM apartment homes starting from $599.00. Full size washer and dryer included. Please call (517)886-4100. ACCORD PROPERTIES Studios, 1 & 2 Bdrms. Lansing /E. Lansing Area. 517-337-7900

COME EXPERIENCE Living at Lansing Manor "A Quiet and Caring Senior Community" Located directly behind the Lansing Mall, Lansing Manor offers 1 Bedroom residences for Persons 62 years of age or disabled. Rents are income based Pets are welcome. Call today for your personal tour of this lovely community. 517.321.5058 TTY (800) 662-1220 Lansing Manor does not Discriminate on the basis of


Fitness Center Arizona Dry Sauna Indoor/Outdoor Pool Resident Business Center Walk-in Closets

10 minutes west of downtown Lansing, Thomas Cooley Law School, I-496 and I-96 and directly north of the Lansing Mall. Village Green of Lansing 5200 Mall Drive West Lansing, MI 48917

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MOVE IN FOR $299 when LANSING 3 BDRM, 1 bath BATH- LARGE 4 BDRM you sign a 12 mo. lease! finished bsmt duplex, $850 with garage. Gas, elecForest View Apts, Haslett monthly, excellent location tric & deposit required. * Immediate Occupancy to MSU, city bus stop, No pets. $750/mo. * Cozy 1 bdrm apts $560 fenced in backyard, availa517-641-6364 * PET WELCOME ble Apr. 1. Call for appt. * Single level bldg w/ pri517-388-1962. vate entries * Washer/Dryer hook ups BE A HOME O W N E R . No in utility room banks. Move in now. Lease * Vaulted ceiling in living and land contract. Owner room Financing. 517-202-3121. * Storage access * Lovely wooded setting 129 ASTOR LANSING. 4 * Close to everything bdrm., 2 bath. Rent to own. Expires March 15, 2011 Near Ingham Medical. Call today for info and tour! CHARLOTTE $850/mo. 517-388-1826. 517-803-2648 1280 N. Clinton Trail, 3 Conditions apply. bdrm., 1.5 bath 1344 sq. ft. ranch home. Full un1712½ NEW York St. Lansfinished bsmnt., 2 car ating Nice 2 bdrm. Washer tached garage. $750+ Dryer hookup in bsmt. deposit. New flooring in bathroom Old Orchard Apts. 517-575-2668 & kitchen. $550 + util. 517-372-8129

Homes For Rent

Homes For Rent ------------------ 811 East St. 3 bdrm., - 1 bath, 1595 sq. ft. home - on the river, michigan - basement. $775/mo. + - deposit. City septic & well, consumer electric/gas heat 517-575-2668 - ------------------


~LANSING~ 1-4 BDRMS Available! Section 8 OK. $450-$850. Call Mark at 517-482-6600

CottagesResorts For Rent CANADIAN FISHING CABINS for RENT. Walleyes, jumbo perch, big northerns. Call Hugh or Doris toll free 800-426-2550 for free brochure. Or look at our website: MM ’78 MIRRORCRAFT- GREAT Lakes Special, (Like New!) 16’x1". W/trailer & newer 15HP Evenrude, $3K. ALSO: UPPER MICHIGAN, IN Hia15hp.Evenrude longshaft, watha Forest, close to Lit$650. 810-841-1396. tle Bay Denoc, secluded 4,000 sq. ft. modern lodge sleeps up to 15, with stocked lake. Starts @ $450/week. 906-428-3247

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NOW AVAILABLE AT RIVERWIND APTS. 1 & 2 bdrm., includes water, sewer, trash & heat. Rent based on income for ∫ Disability qualified applicants. Sec. dep req’d. Call 517-9743756 or you may pickup app at 300 Riverwind Dr., DeWitt. TDD# 800-649-3777 DOWNTOWN 408 W. IONIA. This instutition is an Equal Studio ($460) & room Opportunity Provider & ($335). Utilities included. Employer. Close to LCC & Cooley. 517-749-3890. ∫

Apartments Suburbs

CHARLOTTE LUXURY APARTMENTS Saddleback Ranch. 2 bdrm., 2 full baths. Move in specials. Pet friendly. For more information call: 517-272-1000 or visit: OLD TOWN - LCC - Lansing DOWNTOWN LOFT 1 bdrm. loft, 1000 sq.ft., Twp. Beautiful clean 1 & 2


Duplexes & Home Starting at $725. Move in specials, pet friendly. For details 517-272-1000 or visit: WESTFIELD CLUB APTS. 1, 2, & 3 BEDROOM apartment homes starting from $599.00. Full size washer and dryer included. Please call (517)886-4100.

Apartments MSU-LCC-Cooley APT 1-3 BED NEWLY REMODELED 50 FEET FROM LCC, from $545 517-204-5550

Apartments Lansing ARBORS AT GEORGETOWN Apts. 2 & 3 Bedrooms Available Now! Accepting Section 8. Washer & Dryer included. Call today! (517) 507-4605 BEECHFIELD Efficiency thru 2 bedroom, $325-$560. Utilities included. Taylor Realty 517-272-1512.

$100 moves you in! "0" application fee & "0" sec. deposit 1 or 2 bdrms Apts.

2 BDRM, DOLL House! Neat, clean, appliances, $550 NO deposit. 2011 Osband. Call 517-645-7044.

COLONIAL VILLAGE 2 bdrm. C ape C od, fireplace, fenced, rec room, appliances, $595 mo. 517-323-4700

3-4 BDRM HOUSE Neat and clean, new paint & carpet. DEWITT: GREAT LOCATION, Call 517-641-7271 or 517Walking distance to 214-7648. schools, shopping & li- ST. JOHNS COUNTRY brary. Lake access! 4 LIVING- 3 bdrm., 2 bath, bdrm, 2 bath, attached ganewer home on 5 acres. rage. Salon attached. Full fin. bsmnt. 2.5 car ga613 AVON ST. 3 bdrm., $1,400/mo.+ dep. Rent rage. Call: 989-205-4919 or bsmt., $550 per mo. + utils. w/option. 517-930-4405 989-875-2444. Possible 1059 N. LARCH ST., near Land Contract. Old Town, 2 bdrm., $500 per mo. + utils. Near busline, rooms w/private DOWNTOWN NEAR: 2-4 bath, $350 per mo. All utils bdrms, needs work. $400 Email the Lansing Community incld. Call 517-484-5619. & up. Option, Handy tenNewspapers 24/7 at: ant wanted. 517-351-3344. A 3 bdrm., newly remodeled homes. Nice, quiet neigh- ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ Z borhood. 2 car garage, Z EATON RAPIDS Z fenced yard. New high effi- Z Z Z 2304 Kemler Rd., ciency furnace & water Z Z 3 bdrm., 1 bath, heater. Pets okay. $550 & Z Z Z Z 1300+/sq. ft., 2 story $799mo. + utilities. Z home. $750+ dep. Z 517-712-5238 Z Z (avail. after March 15) Z Z

wood floors, stainless appliances, laundry, secured Call us today! garage parking. $900/mo. DEWITT TOWNHOUSE 517-694-8975 517-482-8771 or 517-719Country living, 2 bdrm, full conditions apply 5600. bsmt., fireplace, large screened in porch + sunning porch, 2 car gar., C/A, minutes from 96-69 hwy., partial utilities paid, $845 DOWNTOWN mo. 248-756-3224. remodeled 2 bdrm., laminate wood floors, large kitchen, available midHASLETT LAKEFRONT ON January. $595+ heat & waHASLETT Lake Lansing with dock, ter. 517-719-5600 5705 Potter, near lake. gazebo, beautiful view, Large 2 bdrm. 1.5 bath, luxury condo apt., lg upfireplace, central air. Utilidated upper 2 BR., W/D, ty room with washer / dryfireplace, deck, new maple er hookup. No pets, FREE HEAT & W A T E R . kitchen, black stainless Z Z $595/mo. incl. water. 517-575-2668 Edgemont Waverly. Quiet appli., carpet, granite, Z Z Call 517-372-8000 or 517desirable neighborhood. Z Z AFFORDABLE HOMES 1-4 $950. Also, smaller lower 2 349-8345 Lg. clean 1 & 2 bdrm. No ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ bdrms, Section 8 OK. BR., w/patio, $660. Inpets. From $525. 712-4915, Pets OK. Move in specludes snow, trash, lawn. 202-3234, 323-1153 cial! Flexible terms No big dogs. 517-853-6307. HOLT: 1 BEDROOM , $470 available. $395-$1095. + deposit. Air. Free heat, 517-651-1374 GRAND LEDGE water, trash pickup. Coin HIGH RISE LIVING 12067 Rupp Rd., laundry. New carpet. With Great Views 3 bdrm., 1.5 bath 1,092 1960 Aurelius Road. ApRENTS YOU CAN AFFORD sq ft, ranch home. plications, up front. include: Heat, Water, AC, Full bsmnt., 1.5 car ** 586-292-3681 ** Garage Parking L A N S I N G - 2 bdrm attached garage. $725+ Lansing Towers duplexes. $600-$675. Local HOUSING 517-575-2668 Apartments owner cell 989-550-1181. DISCRIMINATION? www.sundancefamilyhomecenter Corner of Ottawa & Pine Call The Fair Housing .com 517-482-8838 or Center at: 1-877-979-FAIR. MASON LansingTowers@comcast. 2 & 3 bdrm. fireplace, central air, washer/ dryer. From $750. 517-282-9669 LANSING 517-349-8000 W Michigan. 1 bdrm., living rm., kitch., bath. $525 + electric. Call 517-482-8771 or 517-719-5600 A REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE MERIDIAN MALL, MARSH RD. $550 mo. 1 bdrm., liv. rm., kitchen w/dshwshr, CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF LANSING WAS HELD AT THE TOWNdin. rm., walkout balcony, SHIP OFFICES LOCATED AT 3209 WEST MICHIGAN AVENUE, Email the Lansing Community covered parking, secure Newspapers 24/7 at: storage, pool. Call 517-303- LANSING, MICHIGAN ON TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 2011 AT 7:00 4372.

Condominiums For Rent

P OTTERVILLE 5608 NIXON Small, but cozy 630 sq. ft., 2 bdrm., 1 bath, ½ bsmnt. 1 car garage. $550/mo. 517-575-2668

AVIATION HANGARS FOR RENT - Mason/Jewett Airport. Starting at $130 & up per month. Month to month contract. Call Lloyd at: 517-589-8619

Selling an Item? See or Call LCN Toll Free 877.475.SELL

CampersTravel Trailers

CAMPING MEMBERSHIP LIFETIME. Camp Coast to Coast USA/Canada $10/night (full hook-up). (Paid $1,595) Must Sell $595, 1-800-236-0327.

When you need repairs around the home - and you need them fast - check the service directory in LCN Classifieds See or Call LCN Monday-Friday, 8-5 1.877.475.SELL


John Daher, Supervisor Susan L. Aten, Clerk

Susan L. Aten, Clerk Charter Township of Lansing

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PM. MEMBERS PRESENT: Supervisor Daher, Clerk Aten, Treasurer Rodgers Trustees: Masseau, Rodgers, Harris, Mitchell MEMBERS ABSENT: None ALSO PRESENT: Michael Gresens, Attorney ACTION TAKEN BY THE BOARD: Meeting called to order by Supervisor Daher. Minutes of meeting held on February 15, 2011 approved. Agenda approved as amended. Board will not continue to pursue extension of sanitary sewer on N. Waverly Road. Rezoning of vacant land east of 2547 and south of 2401 W. Main Street approved. Resolution to appoint Commissioner of Noxious Weeds approved. Claims approved. Meeting adjourned.

I, Susan L. Aten, Clerk of the Charter Township of Lansing, Michigan, do hereby certify that the following Ordinance is a true and correct copy of an Ordinance passed by the Township Board of the Charter Township of Lansing at a regular meeting held on Tuesday, March 1, 2011. ORDINANCE NO. 31.221 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE ZONING MAP BEING A PART OF ORDINANCE NO. 31 OF THE CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF LANSING THE CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF LANSING ORDAINS: Sec. 1. THE ZONING MAP, which by Section 302 of Ordinance No. 31 of the Charter Township of Lansing is made a part of said Ordinance and which Section reads as follows: Section 302. ZONING MAPS. The boundaries of said zones are shown upon the map or maps attached hereto and designated as Zoning Maps. The zoning maps and all notations, references, and other information appearing thereon are hereby declared to be a part of this Ordinance and of the same force and effect as if the zones therein designed were fully set forth by metes and bounds herein. References, notations, and other information shown thereon are likewise incorporated herein with like force and effect. Shall be so amended as to fix the zoning classification of property described as follows: Ordinance 31.221: Parcel #33-21-01-19-228-006 (11.67 acres of vacant land located east of 2547 W. Main Street and south of 2401 W. Main Street) has been rezoned from "F" Commercial to "H" Industrial to better implement Lansing Township’s Master Plan by permitting uses allowed in the "H" Industrial Zone. Sec. 2. This Ordinance shall take effect and be enforced 7 days after publication. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT: The Township Clerk is hereby instructed to publish this Ordinance once in the Delta Waverly and Lansing Community Newspapers, newspapers of general circulation in this Township.

bdrms., hardwood floors, $525-$675, heat included. 517-896-8732

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