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Federal funds could lead to roundabouts By WILL KANGAS email@example.com
DELHI TWP. – It may be a longshot, but Holt’s busiest intersection may be transformed using a roundabout by 2015. The Delhi Township Planning Commission reviewed a recent analysis by local engineering firm DLZ to determine if a roundabout would help traffic at two of Holt’s intersections. The Cedar Street and Aurelius Road intersection, where five roads converge, was given a higher priority because of its amount of traffic volume. The prelimanary study was conducted because if projects are to get funding from grants, they must have some preliminary work done, Downtown Develop-
ment Authority Executive Director Al McFadyen said. “It’s a longshot, but if this were to become a reality this is one of many baby steps that have to be taken,” McFadyen said. “We don’t know if we would be approved for the funds, but this is one of several hoops we would have to jump through.” The federal funding is available through CMAQ, or Congestion Mitigation and Air Quallity grants. “The nice thing about these types of grants is that it usually provides 100 percent funding,” McFadyen said. The cost of placing a roundabout at Cedar Street and Aurelius Roads was estimated to be $1.2 million. Roundabouts first were talked about publicly during forums last December, when
the DDA hosted a study concerning Cedar Street between Holt Road and Aurelius Road. Cedar Street is going to be resurfaced in late 2011, and a study to change it from four lanes to three was conducted, but rejected. The DDA and township planners have been pursuing “a more walkable” community as requested by residents in a survey. A roundabout at Holt Road and Aurelius Road was also examined, and would cost $1.04 million. McFadyen said a third roundabout at Holt Road and Cedar Street would not seem plausible. “We don’t even know if the use of the roundabout would help with the air quality,” he said. “The next step is to see if we get funding.”
Cars of all kinds invade Holt On Monday and all summer long, the parking lot of Tim Horton’s in Holt has been filled with classic cars, muscle cars and autos of all kinds. The 2010 Holt Hometown Festival on Aug. 28 will expand the show in the same location along with L&L next door, but with food, live music and trophies for entrants. It is part of several new features of the yearly festival this year. For more info on the 2010 Holt Hometown Festival, see pages 23-25.
Board readies for next step in budget plans By WILL KANGAS firstname.lastname@example.org
DELHI TWP. – Now that two millage requests were approved by voters Aug. 3, township trustees and officials plan to move forward with budget plans for 2011. An August 17 meeting was the first township board meeting after the election, and had a light agenda.
But harsh words awaited Township Trustee Derek Bajema at the end of the meeting, as other board members publicly criticized him for his published comments after the millage passed. Trustee Roy Sweet, who chaired the meeting in the absence of Stuart Goodrich, said he and other board members were offended by
Bajema’s quote in the Aug. 8 Holt Community News. In it, Bajema said “My first priority will be to set up dedicated separate funds to make sure this new money is only going to public safety.” Bajema and trustee Jerry Ketchum voted against placing the question of a tax increase to the voters earlier this year.
Sweet said Bajema’s quote implied that the board and township officials would not make sure the extra taxes would go towards police and fire services. “He should know that we are required to do this by law,” Sweet said. “Staff took some offense to it as well.” Bajema said what he meant was that because mil-
lions were taken out of the general fund to help pay for police and fire in the past, he would hope that money that is now freed up would not be used to pay for other township services. “it’s what we do with the general fund money that otherwise would have been obligated to public safety,” he said. He said he doesn’t feel
as thought that is what voters thought they were supporting. He said he would prefer if the township put the money into a reserve fund specific to police and fire use only. “I just want to make sure both current and new funding is being dedicated to this important township service,” he said.
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News in brief ers with financial experience. Two free introductory classes will be offered at Holt UMC, 2321 N. Aurelius Road in Holt on Sunday, Aug. 29 from 4 to 6 p.m. or on Tuesday, Aug. 31 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Following the introductory classes, the regular sessions will begin on Sept. 12 for the Sunday afternoon sessions and the Tuesday morning class will begin on Sept. 14. The cost for the thirteen week class is $100 per family. Childcare will be available for the thirteen sessions for the Sunday classes only.
Bus trip offered by First Presbyterian Church of Holt The church is visiting the Frederick Meijer Gardens on Wednesday, Sept. 15. The bus will leave the parking lot at approx 9 a.m. and return around 4 p.m. The cost is $25 and includes the round-trip on the bus, ticket and entrance fee to the gardens and also a complete tram ride through the gardens. Lunch can be purchased at the cafe in the gardens or at the snack bar...but is not included in the $25 cost. Besides the beauty of the Meijer Gardens also on display are 15 amazing pieces of Dale Chihuly’s glass art work. Contact First Presbyterian Church of Holt at (517) 694-8151 for more info and to sign up for this awesome trip.
LCC offers Recharge Weekend event Sept. 10-11 Lansing Community College’s (LCC) Extended Learning and Professional Studies Division is pleased to announce Recharge Weekend, Improving Your Life Through Technology on Friday, Sept. 10, from 5:15-8:30 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 11, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. at LCC’s East Campus, 2827 Eyde Parkway, East Lansing. The event is specifically designed for individuals seeking to retool, reinvent, and recharge life-fulfilling interests, particularly for those who have been away from college or technology for awhile. For more information, visit http://www.lcc.edu/ recharge. Cost of the event is $59 and includes all materials and meals. Register by calling (517) 483-1860.
Beginning square dance lessons to be held Tuesdays Beginning modern square dance lessons will be held Tuesdays from 7-9 p.m. at the Holt ninth grade campus. The seven-week series begins Sept. 14. Cost: $42/$30 for 50 years and up. Pre-registar at Holt Community Education, (517) 694-3411.
Meals on Wheels in need of volunteers Meals on Wheels is in need for volunteers to deliver meals in the Mason, Holt, Onondaga and Williamston areas. MOW provides hot nutritious meals Monday through Friday. The meals are delivered between 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Volunteers must be 18 years of age, have a car, a valid driver’s license and good references. MOW does not accept volunteers with a criminal record. Training is provided and you may be reimbursed for mileage. To volunteer, call the Meals on Wheels office in Mason at (517) 676-2775.
Everett High School Class of 1960 reunion Saturday, Aug. 28, at 6 p.m. EHS Class of 1960 will celebrate its 50th reunion with a dinner buffet, DJ, and cruise aboard the Michigan Princess Riverboat. Also, on Sunday, Aug. 29, at Hawk Island Park there will be a potluck
Soccer scrimmage Two of the best soccer programs in the area met up for a scrimmage recently to prepare for the new season. The Holt Rams are looking to have a solid season after making the longest run for a soccer team in school history in the state playoffs last season. The fall sports season will begin before school starts this year.
picnic from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, call Gene Gamet 694-4948 or Nathalie (VerPlanck) Johnson 709-3196, or visit www.michiganprincess.com
Holt UMC offers Disciple Bible study Holt United Methodist Church will be offering two sections of Disciple Bible study beginning in August. Disciple 1 is a national program which gives a 34 week introduction and overview of the entire Bible. The course features video presentations each week from internationally renowned Biblical scholars, personal study, small group discussions and input from certified Disciple Leaders including Dr. Glenn Wagner, Holt UMC’s pastor who has over 20 years experience teaching this course. A
Zumba-Thon to benefit American Cancer Society
section will be offered each Sunday evening beginning on Aug. 22 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the church. The Wednesday morning section is offered from 9 to 11:30 a.m. beginning Aug. 25 Cost is $40. Interested persons are invited to contact the church at (517) 694-8168 or e-mail at email@example.com to register.
Holt UMC to host Finance Peace University Holt United Methodist Church is now accepting registrations for two sections of Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University. This nationally proven course helps participants to get out of debt and to become better managers of their own financial resources. The course is taught by Dave Ramsey on video with leadership support offered by local teach-
Velocity Fit Club, 1925 W. Grand River, will host the inaugural “Zumba-Thon” to benefit the American Cancer Society from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 21. The event is planned as a two-hour “dance-off,” and welcomes participants of all ages and abilities. Zumba is a popular form of dance fitness which incorporates Latin and international music with dance moves.
Sycamore Creek Garden Club to meet The first fall meeting of the Mason Sycamore Creek Garden Club will be a picnic on Tuesday, Aug. 24, at 6 p.m. at Laylin Park, 619 E. Maple St., Mason. Bring a dish to pass, the club will furnish the drinks, hot dogs and burgers. New members welcome.
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Bone find causes slight delay By WILL KANGAS
Pioneer Cemetery, located on Aurelius Road, north of Cedar Street, has been in existence since 1853. It is the resting place for Delhi’s first township clerk, Caleb Thompson, elected in 1842, and is the burial site for more than 200 of Delhi’s pioneer residents. Pioneer Cemetery is an Ingham County historical site and is in the Michigan State Register of Historic Sites. A new retaining wall will allow a wider path.
DELHI TWP. – Bones thought to be over 100 years old were found in the ground next to Pioneer Cemetery. Construction workers were excavating near the cemetery on Aug. 13 when they found the remains. The workers were clearing earth for a project that will place a wall further towards the historic cemetery, and provide more room for pedestrians walking the sidewalk next to it. It was interesting,” Delhi Downtown Development Authority Executive Director Al McFadyen said. “We think these were very old bones and probably were moved as Aurelius Road grew in the 20th century,” he said. McFadyen said there was no sign of a box or casket for the remains, which appeared to be more than one person. The bones included a compete skull and the remains were found at 6 to 8 feet below ground. A preliminary scan before the project started was used to make sure the historic cemetery’s plots would not be disturbed. “It was a surface scan though,” McFadyen said. “So it would not have detected the bones that were found be-
cause they were so deep and away from the plots.” Township officials said work on the project was halted and the Ingham County Sheriff’s Dept. Chief Deputy Greg Harless was called to the scene. Harless said the remains and the site had to be investigated to ensure that they were burials and not the result of any foul play. According to a township memo, police representatives were present on-site and began their investigation which included assistance from Dr. Todd Fenton, an anthropologist from Michigan State University and his students. Dr. Fenton proceeded to evaluate the remains and sift through some of the soil looking for fragments. “It was determined that the remains were easily 100 years old and clearly were from an unmarked grave site. The remains were taken to MSU, where they will most likely stay and be used as a study tool for researchers,” the memo stated. Work on the site started again on Monday, and more bones were found, this time a larger group, including ribs and shoulder blades, McFadyen said. For now, major excavation is complete and the new retaining wall was slated to be installed by week’s end. As for the bones, all of the remains collected will be housed by MSU on a permanent basis and used for study.
Report: Accidents, false alarms, illegal burning By WILL KANGAS firstname.lastname@example.org
DELHI TWP. — According to records, The Delhi Township Fire Department had a total of 46 calls during the week of August 2 through August 8. Of them, a total of 38 calls were received for EMS assistance. Fire and rescue-related calls included: • Two vehicle accident at College Rd. and Holt Rd. Lansing Fire Department and Lansing Township fire depart-
ments provided EMS mutual aid assistance to transport several injured persons to hospitals. • Fire alarm in the 4400 block of Holt Rd. The cause was determined to be burned food on the stove. • Fire alarm in the 2200 block of Woodlake. Personnel determined that a fire alarm box was accidently pulled. • Smoke investigation the Delhi NE and Keller Rd. areas. Upon arrival in the area, no smoke was found. • Illegal burning in the
2100 block of Cedar St. The property owner was advised of the burning regulations and the fire was extinguished. • Call for a fire alarm in the 500 block of Hagadorn Rd. It was found to be that
the alarm was pulled by a child. • Fire alarm in the 1300 block of Cedar St. This was also found to be a false alarm. The alarm was reset. • Two vehicle accident in
the Cedar St. and Willoughby Rd. area. No extrication was required. Also, fire department personnel provided 60 hours of special community services this week including the Holt
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Jazzercise, Holt First Presbyterian Church, 2021 N Aurelius Rd, Holt, 4:30 p.m. AUTO EVENTS Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Monday classic car shows, Thursdays, 6 p.m. Mondays and Tim Hortons, 2350 Cedar St., Holt, Wednesdays, 8:45 a.m. Saturdays. 6-9 p.m. Mondays through Sept. Jazzercise is a 60-minute dance27. With Craig Parrish, “Dr. Oldies.” Toddler Time, First Presbyterian aerobics class that includes a Info: 694-0129. " Church of Dimondale, gym, 162 warm-up, high-energy aerobic N. Bridge St., Dimondale, 10 a.m. routines, muscle-toning and coolBIBLE STUDY Tuesdays. For children ages birth down stretch segment. Jazzercise Bible study and prayer through 5 years old. Literacy-based combines elements of dance, meeting, Dimondale Christian playgroup sponsored by Early resistance training, Pilates, yoga, Outreach, 123 N. Bridge St., Childhood Connections. Info: kick-boxing and more to create Dimondale, 7 p.m. Thursdays. With 819-5456. programs for people of every age Bob and Sandra Carpenter, pastors. and fitness level. Child care is Info: 663-8872. CLASSES available at all 4:30 p.m. classes. Info: 351-1689, www.jazzholt.com. Beginning Modern Square CALL FOR Dance Lessons, Holt Ninth Call for Crafters for Holt CLUBS AND Grade Campus, 5780 West Holt Village Sampler, Holt Village Road, 7-9 p.m. Tuesdays for seven MEETINGS Sampler, Holt, Holt, event will be weeks beginning Sept. 14. Enjoy Nov. 18, 19 and 20. Looking for aerobic exercise while making new Kiwanis Club of Holt, Charlar crafters and homes to participate Place, 4230 Charlar Drive, Holt, friends. Sponsored by Grande in this year’s event held Nov. 18, 6:30 p.m. Mondays. E-mail Paraders Square Dance Club of 19 and 20. Go to website for firstname.lastname@example.org for Lansing through Holt Community details or call Tina. Info: 694-7061, the speaker of the week. Info: Education. Call to register. Info: www.holtcrafts.com. 699-5595. 694-3411, www.holtcommunity Host Families for ed.com. Cost: $42 for seven weeks, Kiwanis Club of South International Exchange $30 for ages 50 and older. Lansing, Grumpy’s Diner, 1001 Students Needed, Students EPO Childbirth Classes, City E. Mt. Hope Ave., Lansing, 7:30have been screened and 8:30 a.m. Aug. 27. Info: 882-1495. of Holt, Holt, ongoing. Expectant interviewed in their home countries Parents Organization: Labor & Lansing Workers’ Center, of Turkey, Columbia and Germany, Delivery and Newborn Care and Lansing Workers’ Center, 106 and are “A” or “A/B” students who Feeding Combo Series for first-time Lathrop St., Lansing, 7 p.m. are coming to Michigan to attend parents living in the Holt area. Tuesdays. Problems at work? Let’s high school, practice their English, Other classes available include do something about it. Wage theft, learn about American culture and eLearning, Breastfeeding class, workers compensation benefit cutshare their culture. Host families Parents Expecting Multiples, off, unemployment compensation would be responsible for providing Refresher Series, Teen Series and denials and more. Info: 371-2001, a bed, meals, guidance, pass a Sibling class. Classes are held Lworkerscenter@gmail.com. " background check and treat the weekday evenings. Call or go MOMS Club of Lansing, student as a family member, not online to register. Info: 337-7365, Nonprofit support group for a guest. Students have their own www.epobaby.org. mothers who have chosen to spending money and health Irish Dance Classes, stay at home with their children. insurance. Call or e-mail Joe at Stoneking Irish Step-Dancing, Holt, Monthly meetings to plan park play j.bissell@internationalMI, 2573 Winterberry Road, Holt, days, special outings, family holiday experience.net if interested in classes start Aug. 4, run through parties, playgroups, monthly hosting a student or for more December. The class is offered to MOMS Night Out and various information. Info: 388-8948. children ages 5-13 and does not clubs. We meet during the day, require any prior experience. This CHILDREN’S and children are welcome at all is an informal dance group that activities. E-mail ACTIVITIES performs in parades and festivals. email@example.com. Toddler Science Days All proceeds benefit Capital Area Info: 449-6611. Series, Impression 5 Science Big Brothers Big Sisters. The South Lansing Coffee Center, 200 Museum Drive, classes are fun, laid-back and a Connection, Southside Lansing, 9:30-10:30 a.m. way for kids of all backgrounds Community Center, 5815 Wise Wednesdays, Thursdays, and to learn about the Irish heritage.
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HEALTH Free Anonymous HIV Testing: No Blood Draw presented by LAAN, Lansing Area AIDS Network, 913 W. Holmes Road, Suite 115, Lansing, 3-9 p.m. Tuesdays. No appointment needed. This event is part of the National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Info: 394-3560. " Lending Medical Closet, Holt First Presbyterian Church, 2021 Aurelius Road, Holt, ongoing. Medical equipment to loan out, including walkers, crutches, wheelchairs and other items. Also accepting donations of used medical equipment. Call weekdays for more information. Info: 694-8151. Title XV Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program, Ingham County Health Department, 5303 S. Cedar St., Lansing, ongoing. Women, take
care of yourselves. The Ingham County Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program offers no cost screenings to women ages 50-64, who do not have HMO insurance or Medicare B and meet income guidelines. The screening may include mammogram, pelvic exam, clinical breast exam, Pap test, and follow-up care. For more information and to see if you qualify for this program, please call 887-4364.
UMBC Fitness Challenge, Union Missionary Baptist Church, 500 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Lansing, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Aug. 28. Union Missionary Baptist Church is sponsoring a free Fitness Challenge open to the entire community. There will be 3-on-3 basketball, exercise classes, children’s activities, inflatables, and many other fun things to do. Health information will be available as we encourage the community both young and old to get active and stay healthy. Info: 485-7705, www.umbcwebsite.org. "
LIBRARIES Movers and Readers Play Group, Capital Area District Library Holt-Delhi Branch, 2078 Aurelius Road, Holt, 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays. For ages 1-3. Info: 694-9351 , www.cadl.org. " Preschool Storytime, Capital Area District Library Holt-Delhi Branch, 2078 Aurelius Road, Holt, 11:15 a.m. Tuesdays. Ages 3-5. Info: 694-9351, www.cadl.org. "
OPEN MIKE Anti-Venom Open Mike Night, West Windsor United Brethren Church, 7275 Windsor Highway, Dimondale, 7-10 p.m. Fridays, April 23, May 21, June 18, July 30, Aug. 27, Oct. 22, Nov. 19, Dec. 31. Positive music in the basement of the church. There is a PA system, drum set, and guitar amps in place. The church also has wi-fi, and video games. Complimentary coffee will be available. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. "
RECREATION Canoe and Kayak Trips now available, Burchfield Park, 881 Grovenburg Road, Holt,
ongoing through the summer. See website for more details. Info: 676-2233, www.inghamcounty parks.org.
RECYCLING Ingham County Household Hazardous Waste Collection, Ingham County Household Hazardous Waste Collection, 5303 S. Cedar St., Lansing. Free collection for all Ingham County residents, 2-6 p.m. Thursday, until the end of September. Items accepted include oil based paint, lawn and garden care products, household cleaners, fluorescent lights, unwanted medication, automotive products, gasoline, mercury and more. Do not bring latex paint, waste oil, antifreeze, electronics, or grill size propane tanks. Info: 887-4521.
SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS “Honey, Let’s Talk: Married and Loving It!”, Women’s Center of Greater Lansing, 1710 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Sept. 14-Oct. 19. Six-week workshop designed to promote positive, effective communication between you and your spouse. Topics include healthy boundaries, love languages, communication rules and intimacy. There is a pre-screening process and limited seating. Call for more information and to register. Info: 372-9163, www.womenscenterofgreaterlansing.org. Cost: $25 per couple one-time fee.
SHOWS AND SALES Dimondale Farmers Market, Village Office, 136 N. Bridge St., Dimondale, 3 p.m. June 3-Oct. 28. Info: 646-0230. South Lansing Community Farmers Market, Benjamin Davis Park, 5500 Pleasant Grove Road, Lansing, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays, June 5-Sept. 25. Shop at the weekly market for fresh, local produce, learn new recipes, meet the local growers and food vendors, walk the paved path and visit with neighbors. The market accepts EBT Continued on next page
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Grief Support Group, Unity Church of Greater Lansing, 240 Junior and Adult Open Bridge Cards, VISA, MasterCard, Marshall St., Lansing, 6:30 p.m. Tennis Tournament, Delhi and Project FRESH. Info: 374-5700, Mondays. A grief support group for Township Parks & Recreation, 2074 www.southlansing.org. " those who have lost a loved one. Aurelius Road, Holt, Aug. 27-29. Info: (800) 379-1600. Hosted by the Holt Hometown SPECIAL EVENTS Postpartum Depression Festival. There will be various “Backpacks of Hope” Support Group, McRee Guest divisions. Call for a registration Giveaway, Lansing Charter House, 401 W. Greenlawn Ave., form and location. Info: 694-1549. Academy, 3300 Express Court, Lansing, second and fourth Lansing, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Aug. 28. Second Annual Adult Mondays. An ongoing support Low income families with children Softball Tournament, Delhi group for new mothers. Children in kindergarten through high school Township Parks & Recreation, 2074 and other support persons are are eligible to receive backpacks. Aurelius Road, Holt, Aug. 27-29. welcome. Space is limited. Call to Parents and legal guardians must Hosted by the Holt Hometown register. Info: 975-7773. " present proof of guardianship and Festival. There will be a men’s class identification for each child. Call E-F and coed tournament. Call for a VOLUNTEERS or visit the website for more registration form and location. Info: Call for Volunteers, Fenner information. Info: 485-0145, 694-1549. Nature Center, 2020 Mount Hope www.lcrm.org. Ave., Lansing, ongoing. For SUPPORT The Sandbox Party, Jack activities, projects and events Breslin Student Event Center, 1 related to nature stewardship, GROUPS Birch Road, East Lansing, 1-4 p.m. community outreach, education Celebrate Recovery, Cedar Aug. 26. Join ECIC (Early Childhood and fun. Call or go online for Street Church, 1705 Cedar St., Holt, Investment Corporation). Doors more information and to apply. Info: 7 p.m. Thursdays. New group for open at noon, event starts at 1 p.m. 483-4224, www.fofnc.org. women who are going through Live performance by the Verve Pipe. a divorce or have a troubled Community Mental Health A welcome video from Mitch Albom marriage. Meal offered at 6 p.m. Authority Creative will be shown, along with many General groups for men and women Recovery Program Seeks other hands-on exhibits from Potter also are available. Info: 699-5433, Volunteers, If you have a Park Zoo, Impression 5 Science cedarstreetchurch.org. " creative talent to share or you Center and more. Info: 487-9320, would like to assist with workshops www.michigansand boxparty.com. call for more details. Info: 346-9511.
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Heat take second The Holt Heat 14 & Under softball team took second place in the West Division end-of-season tournament. The team members are (from left to right) Coach Mark Coscarella, Amanda Pisoni, Chloe Lewis, Emily Pielack, Tory Ostrander, Emily Russell, Courtney Kelterborn, Elaina Coscarella, Dana Hagerman, Kaitra Wilkins, Courtney Masseau, Alexxis VanPelt. Not pictured: Lauren Farhat and Katie Harmer.
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HOLT — The message came loud and clear for the Holt Ram’s football team. At the conclusion of Holt’s summer skills camp, a number of college coaches addressed the team and spoke to them about what it takes to be successful. Chris Boden, who is the assistant head coach at Ferris State University, projected a message that has stuck with the Rams as they prepare for their season
the Rams have shifted their focus to doing all they can to get back to that semifinal game, and this time, be on the winning side. “It hurts because we know that we were good enough to win it last year,” Slamer said. “I can tell that this is a pretty hungry team we have this year. They want to get back.” The Rams return 11 starters and 40 senior lettermen from a final four team that set the standard for success for Mid-Michigan
Great start to season The Holt Varsity Tennis team took second place yesterday a the Jenison Invite where they competed against Jenison, Calendonia and Calvin Christian. It was the first match of the season. Varsity players pictured: front: Clayton Chronister, Dan Yu, Zach Smith, Zane Smith, Blayne White, George Edeleman. Back (LtoR) JV Coach Justine Vandecar, Josh Green, Nat Hooper, Robert Lamond, Mike Hua, Zach Ray, Chris Yu, Brian Cobus and Coach Russ Olcheske.
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Paving the way for the running game will be an experienced offensive line, which features all-league standout Kenny Rogers, who has already verbally committed to play at Central Michigan next year. Joining him is 6-foot-7 256 lb. guard Ben Steward. An open competition will continue to develop throughout camp as the Rams look to fill some voids at both receiver and tight end. Holt’s top returning receiver is senior Danny Middleton, who caught 20 passes for the Rams last fall. Holt will open its season with a nonleague game against Sexton. When asked what will make this season a successful one, Slamer pauses for a few seconds. “It’s not all about winning or loosing, its about giving your best every single time and being able to look in the mirror and knowing that we did our absolute best,” he said. “If we give it everything we absolutely can, regardless of the outcome….What more could you ask for?”
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Hannah and Nikki Powers; second-Elise and Madelein Alvaro, Lansing; third-Sarah Williams, Rives Junction and Jayme Lowers, Onondaga. • Three-legged sack race (boys 16 years and under): first-Isaac Francis, Cisco, Texas and Carter Van Dlen, Holt; second-Trevor Heeney and Tucker Brown, Stockbridge; third-Hunter Fanson, Ann Arbor and Jay Williams, Rives Junction. • Ice cream sandwich eating contest (girls 6 years and under): first-DeShaya Reed, Lansing; second-Audrie Hoffman, Mason; third(tie) Emma Thompson, Lansing and Paige VanDlen, Holt. • Ice cream sandwich eating contest (boys 6 years and under): first-Drayton Chase, Okemos; secondTucker Brown, Stockbridge; third-Oliver Brown, Stockbridge. • Watermelon eating contest (girls 11-16 years): first-Asia Islam, Battle Creek; second-Hannah Powers, Dansville; third-Nikki Powers, Dansville. • Watermelon eating contest (girls 10 and under): first-Morgan Schramm, Lansing; second-Sarah Williams, Rives Junction; third-Kayla Martin, Lansing. • Watermelon eating contest (boys 11-16 years): firstJonathan Alvaro, Lansing;
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MASON — Video games, cell phones and computers were put aside as many youth from 3 to 16 years participated in the Kid’s Day at the fair contests sponsored by the Mason Rotary Club at the Ingham County Fair. races and contests listed below received cash awards: • Balloon contest (boys and girls 6 years and under): first-Audrie Hoffman, Mason; second-Ryan VanDlen, Holt; third-Kyleigh Simon, DeWitt. • Apple race (boys 10 years and under): first-Cody Thompson, Lansing; second-Carter VanDlen, Holt; third-Hunter Fanson, Ann Arbor. • Apple race (boys 11-16 years): first-Jonathan Alvaro, Lansing; second-Aidan Saltman-Eaton Rapids, third-John Rider, Bath. • Sack race (girls 6 years and under): first-Madison Fant, Laingsburg; second-Kyleigh Simon, DeWitt; third-Paige VanDlen, Holt. • Sack race (girls 7-10 years): first-Elise Alvaro, Lansing; second-Cara Francis, Cisco, Texas; third-Kayla Martin, Lansing. • Sack race (girls 11-16 years): first-Hannah Powers, Dansville; second-Nikki Powers, Dansville; thirdAzalea Miller, Lansing. • Three-legged sack race (girls 16 and under): first-
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Saying they lacked information, Lansing City Council members tabled a request Aug. 16 to permit a South Cedar Street commercial building once housing a Builders Square and Farmer Jack grocery store to become a place of worship. “We have to be in full faith that we’re making the right decision,” said Councilwoman Jessica Yorko, requesting more details from Abundant Grace Faith Church. The request remains in the council’s Committee of the Whole, which is expected to return to the church’s
proposal by September. Yorko and other council members wanted more specifics regarding the church’s plans for improvements, outreach and how the church would accomplish its goals inside the commercial building. According to the Rev. Louis Dixon Sr., the church has been leasing its present building at 3222 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. He declined comment after the vote. Yet, he said before the vote that he has high hopes for the 5750 S. Cedar St. location that the church purchased for approximately $700,000 from a California bank. “Our job is to try to make
Shelter seeking input on planning The Eaton County Continuum of Care for Shelter and Housing (“Eaton CoC”) is a group that coordinates services to the homeless and those threatened with homelessness in Eaton County. The Eaton CoC is in the process of planning and reviewing needed services for the coming year. Organizations interested in joining the
Chad and Cheryl Miller of Holt announce the birth of their daughter Sophia Lyn. the city of Lansing a safer She was born June 18 at Inplace by reaching out to the gham Regional Medical Cenpeople,” Dixon said. “That’s ter and weighed 8 pounds 1 what we intend to do.” ounce. Zoning administrator Sue Stachowiak has protested Ritter in the past, saying the buildTimothy and Bethany Riting was better suited for ter of Holt announce the birth commercial purposes. The of their son Caleb Samuel. Planning Board voted 3-1 to He was born June 5 at Ingpermit the switch. ham Regional Medical CenSitting on approximately ter and weighed 7 pounds 10 10 acres, the 68,000-square- ounces. foot building opened in 1988 as a Builders Square home Alexander improvement store. Brian and Stefani AlexConstruction crews have ander of Holt announce the started some improvements. birth of their daughter GaA sanctuary with at least briella Elaine. She was born 1,200 seats, youth church, June 5 at Ingham Regional nursery and fellowship hall Medical Center and weighed are in the plans. 5 pounds 5 ounces.
News in brief Eaton CoC, and/or those interested in seeking state or federal funds for services to the homeless, should contact CoC Chairperson Molly Chambers before Sept. 1 to express interest in being involved in the planning process. Molly Chambers can be reached via email at Molly_ Chambers@usc.salvation army.org. For more information, please contact Nancy Oliver at (517) 543-0748.
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Births was born July 31 at Ingham Lovely, Sr., Michelle LamouRegional Medical Center and reux, Glen Byron and Donweighed 6 pounds 5 ounces. ald Brown. Grandparents are Diane Emrick, Duane Emrick, and Bri- Anthony ta and Rick Blue. Michael Anthony and Jessica Lippincott of Lansing Webster announce the birth of their Matt and Maureen Web- daughter Haylee Rebecca. ster of Dimondale announce She was born Aug. 11 at Inthe birth of their son Colby gham Regional Medical CenMatthew. He was born May ter and weighed 7 pounds 22 at Sparrow Hospital and 13 ounces. Grandparents are weighed 7 pounds 12 ounces. Cindy Anthony, Becky LipGrandparents are Tom and pincott and Roberet LippinBeth O’Connell and Lynn and cott. Joann Webster.
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Christopher and Jessica Cooper of Lansing announce the birth of their daughter Charlie Ann. She was born Aug. 10 at Ingham Regional Medical Center and weighed 8 pounds 4 ounces. Grandparents are James and Rebecca Porcello and Cindy Farmer.
Michael and Jill Nugent of Holt and Coral Springs, Fla., announce the birth of their son Evan Campbell. He was born June 16 at Plantation Florida and weighed 7 pounds 6 ounces. Grandparents are Michael and Ellen Nugent of Holt, Les and RobHeistand in Campbell of Coral Springs, Shane and Lissa Heistand Fla. of Lansing announce the birth of their son Jacob Mi- Lovely chael. He was born June David Lovely and Jacque23 at Ingham Regional Med- line Brown of Eaton Rapids ical Center and weighed 8 announce the birth of their pounds 3 ounces. daughter Izabella Searra Patricia. She was born Aug. Blue 2 at Ingham Regional MedCory and Lori Blue of Holt ical Center and weighed 7 announce the birth of their pounds 7 ounces. Grandpardaughter Peyton Emery. She ents are David and Patsy
Dennen William and Stacey Dennen of Lansing announce the birth of their daughter Olivia Skye. She was born Aug. 9 at Ingham Regional Medical Center and weighed 7 pounds 15 ounces. Grandparents are Vicki and Jon Miller, Marty and Melanie Courtier, Pete and Cathy Dennen and Dennis and Carol Fletcher.
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MASON — The alarm for the Aug. 6 fire at the Americhem Sales Corp. filled Mason Fire Chief Kerry Minshall with dread. “This is the type of call you never want to hear,” Minshall said in his report about the local response to the fire before the Mason City Council on Aug. 16. A series of explosions rocked the Americhem plant, 340 North St., at about 3 p.m. No one was seriously injured. Sgt. Robert Ott of the Ingham County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management said the cause of the blaze still is under investigation. A preliminary investigation, Ott noted, indicated that some type of spark or static could have caused the initial fire.
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Minshall said in an Aug. 17 e-mail that there is no a specified cause yet. The Ingham County Sheriff Office’s Cause and Origin Team, Americhem’s insurance company (Aaxia Chemical Insurance) and the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration have all looked at the scene and have differing opinions as to the probable cause. “My report will therefore be ‘unintentional and undetermined,’” Minshall wrote. Americhem is a chemical distributor and blender that carries a line of industrial chemicals, solvents, oils and automotive fluids. Minshall told the city council that a tanker loaded with mineral spirits exploded. However, he pointed out that past decisions resulted in a positive outcome concerning the blaze.
Before 1998, Minshall explained, solvents were kept in Americhem’s main building, but later were moved to the rear of the facility. Also, the Mason Fire Department’s large-diameter hose allowed the water main to be on top of the ground. At its peak during the fire, he said, firefighters used 4,000 gallons of water per minute for two hours. Minshall said dikes were placed in a nearby street to contain water. Good turnout gear also helped firefighters with the blaze, according to Minshall. “This type of fire is extremely, hot,” Minshall said. “It’s hotter than a typical structure fire.” Years ago, he said, firefighters’ coats would have melted in the heat. With such a large fire, more help was needed. Although Mason firefighters were on the scene within a minute, Minshall said aid was received from Delhi Township, Dansville and Leslie. Ingham County HazMat also was activated for the Americhem fire, shutting off valves at the tank farm on site. The Mason Police Department helped with traffic control for what Minshall called a “spectator event.” Councilmember Neal Johnson asked Minshall if anything could have been handled differently, noting, “It looked textbook perfect.” Minshall said that although he replayed the fire in his mind, he was happy with the outcome. In a letter to the community from Bruce L. Whetter, Americhem president, said considerable efforts were made for safety-related items when he rebuilt the facility after purchasing the assets of the old Americhem
in 1998. “While rebuilding,” Whetter wrote, “we spared no expense to assure that stateof-the art equipment was installed and a large distance was put between the solvents tank farm and any other buildings.” Whetter also credited the first responders at the fire. “The responders were many and totally coordinated with the Sheriff’s Office, the fire chief, hazardous materials personnel, as well as Homeland Security.”
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Customer Appreciation Night held at Spartan DELHI TWP. — Valvoline Instant Oil Change, along with the Spartan Speedway, hosted Customer Appreciation Night for all of its loyal customers on the evening of Aug. 13. With the season winding down, and point chases heating up in every division, Friday night was no exception. The Andrews Chevrolet Super Late Model division saw three lead changes among the leaders and Logan Beckwith, of Hanover, came out on top. Jon McNett started the night out with a commanding lead, but Jimmy Gallagher narrowed the gap, with Chris Hettinger and Evan Barrett tacked to his rear bumper. Caution waved for McNett and Hettinger, with Hettinger having to restart from the tail of the field on lap 14. Gallagher jumped to the high side of McNett and took away the top spot on the restart, with Beckwith moving quickly up through the field. Beckwith caught Gallagher and the duo pulled away from the field, leaving Barrett and Dave Stehouwer to decide third. Stehouwer got around Barrett on lap 24 with Hettinger diving under Barrett to take away fourth on lap 26. Caution waved four laps later, and Gallagher restarted outside of Beckwith. Beckwith took the lead from Gallagher after the restart, while Hettinger got around Stehouwer for third. Beckwith went on to take the win over Gallagher. Hettinger, Stehouwer
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Pure stocks John Clancy, of Harbor Springs, made the trek down to the quarter-mile bullring in Mason to run with the Pure Stock division. The division also welcomed George Speer, who experienced mechanical difficulties prior to the start of the 20-lap feature. Nine Pures lined up for their feature, with Clancy taking the early lead. Mark Childers took over the top spot on lap two, with Matt Childers right on his tail. Matt took the lead on lap five with Landon Hidy sitting third. Hidy took the lead on lap nine, but Matt gave him a run for his money, keeping pace with the leader for the remaining 11 laps. Mark Carson and Jordan Harvey had a battle royal going to decide the fourth spot, with Carson coming out on top. At the line, it was Hidy, Matt Childers, Mark Childers, Carson, and Harvey. Matt Childers took the heat win for the division.
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HOLT — 2010 Holt Hometown Festival Committee Chair Sharon Osborn thought her job would be simple. “It turned out to be quite the job,” Osborn said. “But it will all be worth it.” Osborn went door to door in Holt to drum up support
and ideas for the festival, which will be Aug. 28 and is in its 12th year. “I call it getting ‘happy feet,’” she said. “The result was some changes this year and some great ideas for next year.” Rather than being concentrated in one location, the festival events will branch out a bit this year. The Tim Horton’s/Cold
Creamery at on Cedar Street will host a classic car show in its parking lot. The showings will be judged and trophies awarded, along with live music from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Co-owner Michele Hirschfield said she is excited that the festival is branching out to other locations. “It’s a great way to see what Holt has to offer,” she
said. That’s not to say there won’t be plenty to do at the festival’s usual site, behind Sycamore Elementary and next to the Holt Junior High. “I’ve heard that there will be some new inflatables,” Osborn said. Those houses of bounces will be available during children’s activities time from noon until 6 p.m.
Something new this year will be “Club Twenty One” for tweens and teens. “We felt there wasn’t something to do for kids that were older,” Osborn said. “When the car show moved, it freed up space.” The club, sponsored by Journey Life Church in Holt, will have video games, music and laser tag. Dancing will be available
form 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. Osborn said the Holt Farmer’s Market is another location for the festival. It will feature live music and have special vendors there as well, she said. “We managed to pull off what will be a fun time,” Osborn said. “Based on the feedback I received this year, next year’s will be even more fun.”
Courtesy image The Holt Hometown Festival promises plenty to do for all ages, including vendors, inflatables, a car show and fireworks, as well as an open parade. The parade route will cover alot of ground, and will end at the Holt Junior High.
Clownin’ around “Noodles” the clown helps face paint a youngster at the 2009 Holt Hometown Festival. More children’s activities will return this year, including new inflatables. Robert Killips
Parade is open to Holt zations, churches, etc. to dar St. (0.4 miles) participate. • South on Cedar St. to Hall St. (0.1 miles) Why should you join? • West, then South on Hall St. to Sycamore St. (0.2 • No entry fee miles) • Free advertising • West on Sycamore St. • Building Relationships • An award for best float to Aurelius (0.4 miles) • South on Aurelius to This year’s parade route (total distance 1.7 miles) is School (0.2 miles) as follows: From the Holt If you have any questions, Junior High School: • North on Aurelius to please contact Mark Zdawczyk (517) 525-6388 or email Holt Rd (0.4 miles) • East on Holt Rd. to Ce- email@example.com.
The Holt Hometown Festival Committee would like to extend an invitation to join the Festival Parade. The parade will start from the parking lot of the Holt Junior High School on Aurelius Road at 11 a.m., Saturday, August 28th. Participating entries will need to be present in the parking lot no later than 10:30 a.m. We encourage our hometown businesses, organi-
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Young Evan Williams, 7, of Lansing tries his hands at a ball toss game for youngsters at the Holt Hometown Festival last year. The children’s games and activities will be behind the Holt Junior High and Sycamore Elementary schools this year between noon and 6 p.m. Most of the fun is free.
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OKEMOS — The Iraq war combat veteran accused of firing a several shotgun rounds at Meridian Township police officers near his Okemos home Aug. 9 will undergo psychological testing to determine whether a criminal case can proceed against him. Frank Reynolds, Army Sgt. Brad Eifert’s attorney, said in a court hearing Aug. 17 before 55th Dis-
trict Judge Thomas Boyd that the 35-year-old soldier was diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder when he returned home from his second year of duty Eifert in Iraq in 2006. But what exactly led to the Eifert’s mental breakdown on Aug. 9 remains unclear. The day of the incident, Eifert’s commander and another sergeant visited with him, according to his grandfather, Gerald Eifert. “He just broke down over something,” Gerald Eifert said. “He knew he
needed help, so he called them.” Judge Boyd last week ordered Brad Eifert to undergo criminal responsibility and competency tests. Eifert is charged with five counts of assault with intent to murder. Prosecutors say he fired the shotgun at five officers while they surrounded him in a wooded area near his home on Wabaningo Road. The maximum sentence for assault with intent to murder is life in prison. Prosecutors also have issued five alternative counts against Eifert of assault with a dangerous weapon, which is punishable by up to four years in prison. Reynolds, said his client “had absolutely no in-
tention of killing or hurting anyone.” Gerald Eifert said his grandson likely was shooting into the air.
Working as recruiter He recently had been working as a recruiter with a recruiting battalion in Lansing, officials said. He was chaplain for the Veterans of Foreign Wars post in Mason, according to a post official. In 2006, he served in the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, officials said. Eifert also served in Iraq in 2003 with another infantry division. His grandparents said they don’t know much about his time in Iraq. Eif-
ert’s wife, Michelle, declined to comment for this story. The Mason High School graduate received several medals, including a Combat Action Badge, Reynolds said. The badge is for soldiers who actively engage the enemy or are engaged by the enemy, according to the Army. On Aug. 9, the day of the incident, Eifert was “having disorganized thoughts,” Reynolds said in court.
Sought help He sought help from his commander and another sergeant. The three met at Eifert’s grandparents’ house in Alaiedon Township. Eifert then drove to
his home. According to police, that evening, at about 7:30 p.m., officers were called to the home after a report of an altercation. Eifert, who was in the garage, was “agitated” and “threatened to shoot the officers,” according to police. He then went into the wooded area, where officers contained him for several hours while talking to him on a cell phone. Authorities say he fired several rounds at the officers while he was in the woods. At about 10:55 p.m., he walked back inside the home and refused to surrender. Police used a Taser to subdue and arrest him.
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American Red Cross lists local blood drives LANSING — The American Red Cross encourages all eligible donors to make an appointment to donate blood before summer comes to a close, because there is currently an urgent need for blood donors. “During a heat wave, we sometimes see an even bigger decline in the number of blood donors than in a typical summer,” said Sharon Jaksa, CEO for the Great Lakes Region of the American Red Cross. “The challenge is that people don’t want to leave their air conditioned homes or businesses to donate blood.” The Red Cross needs to collect about 700 units of blood everyday to ensure patients throughout the Great Lakes Region get the blood products they need. All types are needed, but right now, types O negative, A negative and B negative are especially needed. To make an appointment to donate blood, call 1-800-RED CROSS or visit redcrossblood.org. The following is a list of American Red Cross blood drives in the area through Sept. 16. • Aug. 23: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, 1-6:45 p.m. • Aug. 23: Most Holy Trinity Church, 11144 W. Kent St., Fowler, 1-6:45 p.m. • Aug. 24: Lansing Blood Dona-
tion Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, noon-5:45 p.m. • Aug. 24: Radisson Hotel, 111 N. Grand Ave., Lansing, 10 a.m.-3:45 p.m. • Aug. 24: Municipal Employees’ Retirement System (MERS), 1134 Municipal Way, Lansing, 9 a.m.-2:45 p.m. • Aug. 24: Ovid Health Care Center, 9480 E. Michigan Highway 21, Ovid, noon-5:45 p.m. • Aug. 25: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, 1-6:45 p.m. • Aug. 26: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, noon-5:45 p.m. • Aug. 26: Our Savior Lutheran Church and School, 7910 E. St. Joseph Hwy., Lansing, 1 a.m.-6:45 p.m. • Aug. 27: MSU Lake Huron Room, Michigan State University, East Lansing, 10 a.m.-3:45 p.m. • Aug. 27: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, 7 a.m.-12:45 p.m. • Aug. 27: Meridian Mall, 1982 W. Grand River Ave., Okemos, 11 a.m.-4:45 p.m. • Aug. 28: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, 8:15 a.m.-2 p.m. • Aug. 28: S. Lansing Christian Church, 6300 Aurelius Road, Lansing, 10 a.m.-3:45 p.m. • Aug. 30: Michigan State Uni-
versity College of Law, Board Room, Michigan State University, East Lansing, 10 a.m.-3:45 p.m. • Aug. 30: Michigan State University Martin Luther Chapel, 444 Abbott Road, East Lansing, noon-5:45 p.m. • Aug. 30: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, 1-6:45 p.m. • Aug. 30: United Brethren Church, 8436 W. Grand Ledge Hwy., Sunfield, 1-6:45 p.m. • Aug. 31: First Assembly of God of Greater Lansing 2717 West Road, East Lansing, noon-5:45 p.m. • Aug. 31: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, noon-5:45 p.m. • Aug. 31: St. Peter Lutheran Church, 8990 Church Road, St. Johns, 1-6:45 p.m. • Sept. 1: American Cancer Society, 3100 West Road, East Lansing, 10 a.m.-3:45 p.m. • Sept. 1: MSU Lake Huron Room, East Lansing, 10 a.m.-3:45 p.m. • Sept. 1: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, 1-6:45 p.m. • Sept. 2: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, noon-5:45 p.m. • Sept. 3: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, 7 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
• Sept. 4: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, 8:15 a.m.-2 p.m. • Sept. 7: MSU Holmes Hall East, East Lansing, noon-5:45 p.m. • Sept. 7: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, noon-5:45 p.m. • Sept. 8: Arbor Glen Apartments SCU, 295 Arbor Glen, East Lansing, 10 a.m.-3:45 p.m. • Sept. 8: MSU Wonders Hall, East Lansing, 9 a.m.-8:45 p.m. • Sept. 8: MSU Holmes Hall East, East Lansing, noon-5:45 p.m. • Sept. 8: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, 1-6:45 p.m. • Sept. 8: Michigan Public Service Commission, 6545 Mercantile Way, Lansing, 10 a.m.-3:45 p.m. • Sept. 9: MSU Holmes Hall East, East Lansing, noon-5:45 p.m. • Sept. 9: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, noon-5:45 p.m. • Sept. 9: Williams Auto World, 2845 E. Saginaw, Lansing, 10:30 a.m.-4:15 p.m. • Sept. 13: MSU Lake Huron Room, East Lansing, 10 a.m.-3:45 p.m. • Sept. 13: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, 1-6:45 p.m. • Sept. 13: St. Mary Church Hall, 201 N. Westphalia St., Westphalia, 1-6:45 p.m.
• Sept. 14: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, noon-5:45 p.m. • Sept. 14: Grand Tower Building, 235 S. Grand Ave., Lansing, 9 a.m.-2:45 p.m. • Sept. 14: Constitution Hall ConCon A&B Break Room, 525 W. Allegan, Lansing, 9 a.m.-2:45 p.m. • Sept. 15: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, 1-6:45 p.m. • Sept. 16: The Michigan Athletic Club, 2900 Hannah Bvd., East Lansing, 9 a.m.-2:45 p.m. • Sept. 16: First Presbyterian Church of Holt, 2021 N. Aurelius Road, Holt, 1-6:45 p.m. • Sept. 16: Lansing Blood Donation Center, 1729 E. Saginaw, Lansing, noon-5:45 p.m. To schedule an appointment to donate, call 1-800-REDCROSS (1-800-733-2767) or visit www.RedCrossBlood.org for more information. Individuals who are 17 years of age (16 with parental permission in some states), meet weight and height requirements (110 pounds or more, depending on their height) and are in generally good health may be eligible to donate blood. Bring your Red Cross blood donor card or other form of positive ID when you come to donate. — From the American Red Cross
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GARAGE SALES 4-FAMILY SALE - S aratoga Farms S ub., 3124 W. Broadmoor Dr., Aug. 26, 27 & 28, 9-6p.m. Foosetable, table, antiques & collectibles, tools, clothes, GRAND LEDGE, 1036 f ur coat and much more!!! Gretchen Lane, 8/27 & 8/28; 9a-3p; utility sink; bike; sewing machine; boys 4-6x; ladies sz 12; BLOOMQUIST ESTATE some tools; f abric; tv S E R V I C E S SALE. 1305 stand; and much more. GLENMEADOW, EAST LANSING. Fri. & Sat ., Aug. 27 - 28. 9 to 2 d aily. Off N. Hagador n j ust S . of Lake Lansing Rd. take Applegate W. to Woodglen then one blk. HAWKS NEST SUBDIVISION to Glenmeadow . Park on 3660 Kiskadee Dr., (off C oWoodglen only, thanks. leman Rd., btwn. C handler Polly C omstock estate. & C oolidge), Aug. 26, 27 & Nice sale, 50s mid centu28, 9-6p.m. Furn., jew elry, ry moder n Thomasville art, TV, 8-track, dis hes, ’S ophisticated’ dining set books, NEW Lansing histowith pegged chairs & teary books, baskets, linens. cart d ated 1957, 60s 3 d rawer cabinet pair, 60s UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN era zappy curved sofa , CHURCH. Fri Aug 27, 9-5; arm chairs, side tables, Sat Aug 28 9-1. Household leather sofa as-is, 2nd items, clothing, toys! Sat . dining set w/ 6 bowback 11-1 $1 bags of clothing! chairs, 50s for mica table, Inside! C lean and organlots of nice French Provinized! 1020 S . Harrison, East cial bedr m. f urn. w/ sinLansing (btwn. Breslin & gle & queen beds , d ressTrowbridge Rd) Info: 332ers & stands , other d ress2559. ers, chair w/ ottoman, bench, des ks, bookcases, lamps, china sets, pottery, nice stemware, silverware, kitchen wares, tv’s, d vd & vcr, some books & linens, LOTS of 211 DENVER ST. (Greenlawn ladies clothing, many still & C eda r, 2 blocks) FRI 27th tagged, TONS of better & SAT 28th, 8-5pm. Moving costume jew elry, lugSale! E nd tables, coffee tagage, iron teacart, patio bles, church suits & more. set, picnic table, plastic & metal storage cabinets, file, shelving, golf clubs, lawn & garden, electric fir eplace, 2 walkers w/ brakes, a real peg leg & much more. Num2691 HALYARD, THE Dells bers at 8 Fri. Home opens S ub (Dell and Aurelius) Friat 9. Full det ails & pics d ay 10-6, Saturd ay 9-3 Basat: www.estatesales.net ketball hoop, exercise bike S ept. is looking good f urniture, various other with a neat 3 d ay sale great stuff! S ept. 9-11.
DACHSHUND PUPS AKC GOLDEN DOODLE PUPPIES S hots, wormed. E xtra creams, blacks, & apricots. small mini’s. Red, black & Females $550; males $500. BOXER FAWN, 10WKS, AKC tan. $300. 517-663-3386 Vet checked, shots, Registered, house broken, wormed. 989-763-7202. shots, vet checked, $600. DACHSHUND PUPS black & (517)712-6687 tan, long/short hair. $300- GOLDENDOODLE PUPS $400. Vet care UTD 517BULL DOG PUPPIES AKC, 12 $500. Pics at: 543-7024/517-541-6004. wks., 3 fema les, 1 male, picasaweb.google.com/jmpm0302 $1000 or reasonable offer . ALSO Ad ult Golden Ret. DARLING DACHSHUND Call 989-588-0135. $250. 517-708-7357 MINIS, 8 wks, 2 m, 2 f, 4 colors, knowledgeable CHIHUAHUA PUPPY JACK RUSELL PUPS breed e r , health guaran., Female $225. 3 fema les, $450; 1 male great temperments, startwww.achihuahuasworld. $400. 12 wks old. All shots, ing at $275. 517-812-3179 com. 517-371-4416 dew ormed, dew claws & tails done, good for conBULLDOG PUP CHIHUAHUAS Two 12 wk ENGLISH testing or a loving pet. S ire PIES AKC, champion old fema les, 1 black, 1 is a champion runner. 269bloodlines , stunning males black, tan & white, also 4 763-9248 & fema les. 810-732-7069 yr old fema le, black & white, small, & 10 mo. old RESCUED ALL male, large. $300/neg. Call ENGLISH BULLDOG PUP - KITS/ CATS, ages; many dec lawed; 517-668-0023. PIE S AKC, spectacular colwww.trinityacresrescue.p ors. Males $1500. Females etfinder .com; includes $1600. Read y S ept. 5. S eriCHINESE SHAR PEI puppies, neuter/basic medical ; $45ous inquiries only please. 5 1/2 mo old, need homes $135. (517)410-0074 517-881-8558 ASAP, $200/best offer . Call 517-410-3177 16 weeks, assorted AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD GERMAN SHEPHERD PUP - KITTENS CHIHUAHUAS 2 tiny WHITE SHEPHERD LOST colors, wormed, shots, PU PPIE S AKC Health guarPIES AKC, German blood O C K C ER PUPS wormed , blond e s , 8 wks. $450 ea; 5 Near dow ntown Lansing some w/extra toes. Loving antee, shots, dew orming, line, good temperament, shots, variety of colors, short & longhaired, 7 wks, on 8/16. REWARD o f r safe f amily homes only. $15 ea. $450. (989) 307-9637 shots & wormed, 9 wks parents on site, $250 & up. $250 ea; shots & wormed. return. 305-433-8479. 517-526-0095 WWW.STONYCREKAUSI.ES COM old. $600. 269-660-1180. 517-745-5689. 517-812-6523.
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BOSTON TERRIER PUPS EXCELLENT Q uality, $325. RAT TERRIERS. sweet & loveable, $200. 517-375-4375.
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WOMEN’ S WEDDING RING LOST in Downtown S t. Johns. REWARD. 989-224-8110
KITTENS 1 white, 1 grey, approx. 3 months old. 517-627-7017
POODLES TOY AKC $500. 517-726-0368 or 517-2319310
LIFT CHAIR Dark green, scotch guarded, liked new, purchased ’08, paid $1000, asking $750. 517-627-5629
Farm Equipment -Supplies
GERMAN LUGER WWII Dad ’s gun. C omplete set, never separated. Holster, 2 clips, key, history, service manual, german fla g. All perfec t shape. C ertificat e of customs dec laration, S ept. 21st, 1945. Browning Arms est.: $7,000. Antique gun est.: $8K$10K. Will sell for : $6,000/FIRM. Permit required. 517-281-5234
KITTENS $5 each, to good PUPPIES 7 wks old, LIKE NEW! BUFFET/ S erver, homes only. Call 517-980- PUGGLE 1st shots & wormed, small $75; Rocker/reclyner, 8495 & loveable. $250. 989-427- 1979 MASSEY FERGUSON $175; Framed outdoor 3205 model 230 gas eng. Tracpainting, $175, pd. $420. LAB PUPS AKC, C hocolate tor, Mint condit ion. 284 517-622-2866. males. Beautifu l! $400. hrs. Incl. 2 row-cultivator, PU G PU P PIE S A K C , 1st 989-277-6494. 2 BT plow, & dis c. 6’6" 3 pt. O shots, wormed. 14 wks. S LID OAK DINING SET hitch. $8,000. 231-535-2564. $500. Call 517-740-6725. Table w/6 chairs, china email@example.com hutch & buffet , $2500. E xo f r pictures SHIH TZU/ DACHSHUND cellent cond. 517-694-4636 MIX 7 wks. S poiled, vet care. 2 boys, 1 girl. $200$300. 517-543-3565 or 517213-1212.
LABRADOR RETRIEVER PU PS AKC. C hocolate, 8 wks. Dew claws, loveable, shots, wormed, fema le $700, 25 yrs breeding. E xcellent tempered E nglish Labs, A best f riend for life. 517937-3480/517-531-5990 MAINE COON KITTENS Pedigr eed, gentle giants. Ph. 269-282-1091
MALTESE SHIH- TZU MIX puppies, 7 wks., 1st shots, wormed. Little dolls . $400. 989-427-3205
MALTE,SE YORKIE- POOS & MALTE- Poos $300/up Toys NonS hed (989)225-1367 MINIATURE AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD puppies. 5 to choose f rom. 1st shot, dew ormed, both parents onsite, $250 and up. Call 989-386-4024 MINIATURE SCHNAUZER PU PS - 3 males, 1 fema le. $300-$350?. 989-506-7982.
NEAPOLITAN MASTIFF pups, blacks & blues, 1st shots, wormed, read y to go. 248-921-0825 NEWFOUNDLAND PUPPY (BLAC K) Neutered, 1 yr. old. U p to d ate on shots. Needs loving home with lots of space for his big gentle heart. $400. 517-881-5456. OLDE BULLDOG MALE , ad ult, 2 yrs, house broken, vet current, good home only. $500. 763-7324
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PEEK- A-POO PUPPIES Fuzzy little tedy d bears, $300$400. 517-726-0368.
YORKIE PUPPY Blue & Tan, 13 wk old, hands ome silky Yorkie w/ tail. Asking $750. Vet I, physical, 1st shots. I’m a big lover! Call 517-647-2566 YORKIE PUPS & TEACUPS AKC. Taking dep. S hots, health cert. $500-$600. 517-764-0932/727-534-3368
MAYTAG HD WASHER, $75. GE HD, gas d ryer, $75. E xcellent condit ion. 517-709-3156
Computers LAPTOP Mac/Apple. Powerbook G4. DVD/CD RW. Wi-fi. Battery 100%. 204-5675, 887-1530. $365.
VIOLIN $145. VIOLA, Trumpet, Flute, C larinet $199/ each. All perfec t. By music teacher. 225-744-4224
Sporting Goods ARGO 6X6 VANGUARD Camel, motor mount, trailer hitch & wench, like new, $4,500. 517-625-4581.
PIT BULL PUPPIES Multicolored/ Tan, 6 3-SEAT COUCH W matching weeks, Beautifu l coat and recliner, tan. Mint condi - POOL TABLE 7’ Valley bar markings, Good guard dog, tion $400 set. Twin trundle sized pool table, slate top, loveable, parents on site, canopy bed $100. 48" new felt , none nicer. $800. $150. (517)897-5106 kitchen table w exten and C ICKENS & PIDGEONS 517-589-9244 ( 5 1 7 ) 8 0 3 - 5 5 4 6 H 6 chairs, $75. 5-d r awer C hickens $3 ea; German firstname.lastname@example.org d resser $50, wood des k w Modena s Pidgeons $10 ea. 2 file d rawers, $50. TV 517-655-5529 POM-A-POO PUPS 1ST stand- black w 3 glass shots & wormed. Read y to shelves $35, 3-shlf bookgo. Males, $200; Females, shelf $30. Call to schedu le. $250. 989-291-5025. 517-974-5089 (517)974-5089 UT. TRAILERS W/GATE, 5x10 950, 77x10 1050, 77x12 POMERANIAN PUPPIES 1150. all new also BED QUEN PILLOWTOP 8 wks old, 3 chocolate, 1 1 PAIR HARNESE f or A mattress carhauler $1895. (517)490set, new in plasblack, 2 males, 2 fema les, d raf t horses $1,250. Anoth3176 tic, $200. a C ll 517-410-4921. raised in home, very er pair of harnesses $600. Can deliv er. sweet. Born May 27. Ask6 collars, 4 bridles . 1 buggy ing $600. AKC registration $1,350. Doctor buggy for CHINESE RED 4 panel, 6’ avail. Call 517-231-1201 parts $300. 1 homemade screen, bought in C hina, sleigh, 3 seats, $350. 1 Am$500. Red C hinese 3 d rawPOMERANIAN PUPS 4 f eish cart $450. 1 pr. of harer chest, $350 517-332-3161 males. Can be CK.C Have nesses for H alf Lingers, parents. S hots, wormed. collar & bridle, $400. Other $325/each. 517-819-3756 misc. horse equip. 989-834- DINING ROOM SETOval ta5901 ble; 67"x46" + 2 leaf s & custom glass top, 5 chairs. POMERANIAN PUPS SEE SOURCEADS.COM Matching china cab. w/3 REG. QUARTER PONY 4H, 13 S weet, ador able, tiny. glass doors, 81"x51", d ark OR CALL LCN TOLL FREE hands , can do it all $2500; $400-$650. wood, excellent cond. 11 hand paint pony $700. www.puppy-place.net $400. 517-712-7837. Call 517-643-2637 517-404-3045
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TRAINCO TRUCK DRIVING SCHOOL
PIONEER POLE BUILDINGS 30x40x10 Basic building $9,190.00. 14 C olors Galvalume S teel, 2x6 Trusses, ACQ Treated lumber, licensed and insured. Options available, call for quotes. 1-800-292-0679. MC
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HUSKY METAL ROOFS, S tanding S eam, Metal shingles/Tile, 18 colors, C ompany installers, Michigan made. All energy star approved, f ree estimates. S ince 1975. 800-380-2379 MC
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LANSING STATE JOURNAL MOTOR ROUTE DELIVERY EARN EXTRA $$ HOLT AREA AREA $1,350 PER MONTH
Tues, August 31 Tract 1 BIDDING ENDS: 10AM 1.515± Acres: Gaines, MI Burns Twp, Shiawassee County
The Lansing S tate Journal is accepting applications for an established Motor Route in the Holt area. The route has a stable income of approximately $1,350 per month. Delivery times are approximately 2 hours per morning between 3:00 am and 6:00 am. You must live in the Holt area and have dependable transportation. If you would like more infor mation, please contact Beth King at (517)377-1178.
Parcel ID# 016-12-200-002-03 • County Line Rd & McCaughna
Tract 2 BIDDING ENDS: 11AM 2± Acres: Fowlerville, MI Conway Twp, Livingston County Parcel ID# 4701-03-100-011 • Sober Rd, Near Fowlerville Rd
Tract 3 BIDDING ENDS: 12PM 2± Acres: Webberville, MI Conway Twp, Livingston County Parcel ID#4701-20-100-012 • Stow Rd, near Bell Oak Rd
Tract 4 BIDDING ENDS: 1PM 1.98± Acres: Howell, MI Iosco Twp, Livingston County Parcel ID# 4709-12-300-016 • Lange Rd & Huron Ct.
STAFF needed to work in our group homes with developmentally dis abled ad ults. FT and/ or PT Positions are now available, in our Okemos, Mason and Holt location. No experience necessary. We offer paid training, a starting wage of $8.00/hr with an increase upon completion of training and an excellent benefit package. E mployment offers for this position will be contingent upon the results of a criminal background check (including finger printing), a physical exam, and verifi cation of an acceptable Michigan d riving record and be 18 years of age. We are accepting on site applications for employment on August 25th and 26th f rom 9am - 2pm at Alternative S ervices, Inc. located at 1161 E . C lark Rd. S uite 202, Dewitt, MI 48820 or f ax resume to (517) 6691093. E .O.E .
Tract 5 BIDDING ENDS: 2PM 2.16± Acres: Gregory, MI Iosco Twp, Livingston County Parcel ID# 4709-35-400-014 • Weller Rd near Bull Run & Hile Rd
Tract 6 BIDDING ENDS: 3PM 2.57± Acres: Stockbridge, MI Stockbridge Twp, Ingham County Parcel ID# 33-16-16-01-400-008 • M-36 & Kane Rd
Tract 7 BIDDING ENDS: 4PM 2± Acres: Webberville, MI Leroy Twp, Ingham County Parcel ID# 33-08-08-36-400-010-7 • E. Howell Rd near Kane Rd
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INCREASE YOUR EARNING POTENTIAL!! You May Q ualify for 100% Paid Training *Healthcare *Infor mation Technology New Horizons C omputer Learning C enters Detroit 888-449-9571 Lansing/Flint 888-456-7209 Grand Rapids/Kal amazoo 866371-2287. Get C ertified in A ANTIQUE ACQUIRERE 3-6 months! buying vintage artwork, www.nhgreatlakes.com. jew elry, guitars, violins, lamps, clocks, f urniture. AIRLINES ARE HIRING Call John 517-886-9795. Train for high paying Aviation Car eer. FAA approved program. Financial aid if A ANTIQUE BUYER paying qualified - Job placement cash for guns, jew lery, assistance.. Call Aviation f urniture, art & unusual Institute of Maintenance & bizarre items. (877) 891-2281. MC 517-819-8700
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SHIH TZU PUPPIES w/ pa$9.00 HALF 30 YR SERVICE General Mopers. Vet checked. TOMATOE:S bushel- you pick. $11.00 tors ring & pen, 3 dia Wormed, shots, dew claws, half bushel alread y picked. monds . Call 517-669-9571 nonshedding. $325. 989Call for appt. 517-623-6332 723-2859 or 989-205-3369 or 525-1753. SHIH- TZU PUPS Imperials, multi-color, CK,C shots UTD, wormed, $350 cash. 989-236-5580/989-289-1902 HORIZONTAL FAUX WOOD blind s, 2 complete sets, STAFFORDSHIRE BULL TER - BLUEBERRIES w/hard ware. For d bl. win- U -PICK (no RIER PU PS - B&W, choc., & dows. 70"x60". $65/per sprays) Leslie, 3408 W. blues. S hots, wormed & set. 517-694-4636 C overt Rd. 517-589-8695, chipped. 517-881-3791 closed S unda ys. TEDDY BEAR PUPS & more. Toy breeds . S hots & wormed. $300-$600. www.puppy-place.net FREE FIRE WOOD, You cut: 517-404-3045 mature pine, cherry and 2005 TORO elm trees. approx. 6-7 TINY TOY TEDDY BEAR Pup, GROUNDSMASTER 3280-D trees. $fr ee (571)374-7121 1 male. Home raised, Diesel Mower Asking shots, vet checked. $400. $2900, nice, clean, Low SMALL 734-649-4072/734-498-9718 Hours, contact me at MCROWAVE SAMSUNG in good shape md y78d f @msn.com/989$20.00 (517)485-7150 509-5914. TOY POODLE PUPS $2900 mdy78d@ f msn.com All colors, no shed. S hots, PHILLIPS 19’ COLOR tv in (989)509-5914 wormed. good shape $30(517)485517-404-1028/517-404-3045 7150 WESTHIGHLAND TERRIER PIANO, VERY NIC,E great pups, AKC, beautifu l, f amifor beginner, $100 ly oriented, $550-$650. Call (269)964-9182 989-846-0929. A1 ALL DRY S e a s on e d Hard wood. Same d ay deWESTIES livery. $70 per f ace cord Why Puppies Need To deliv ered. 517-819-2832. S tay With Mom U ntil They’re At Least 8 10 OLD POCKET watches, Weeks Old. all run, $85 & up. Old butwww.cesarsway.com/node/ tons, 3 big boxes f ull, 1489 $3500. 269-948-4094. or call: or 734-455-9239 for our Westie 101 WANTED: UNWANTED ALLEGAN ANTIQUE handout. appliances, air condit ionMARKET: S unda y Aug. www.puppybuyerinfo.c om ers, cars, trucks, vans, 29th, 400 E xhibitors. Rain f arm machinery, lawn or S hine. 8:00 am to 4:00 mowers, campers, hot pm, located at The Fairwater tanks, aluminum or grounds , right in Allegan, steel boats, aluminum winMI. $4.00 Admission. dows or doors, aluminum toppers, any types of aluminum or steel siding, YELLOW LABS. Dewormed 4 wheelers, go carts, trailand shots. 6 weeks old ers, batteries. $500/$550 (517)719-2134 All picked up for Free. Call 517-628-2818 YORKIE MIX PUPPIES 8 wks FRIGIDARE- SIDE- BY-SIDE Fridge, water/ice dis pensold, 1st shots & wormed, er, almond in color. E xc. small flu fy & cute, $350. cond. $225. 269-543-5221 989-427-3205.
OLDE BULLDOG PUPS 8 wks, all shots, dew ormed, males & fema les, all colors $500-$800. 517-763-7324
August 22, 2010
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1176 sf, 3br/1.5 bath ranch in excellent condition. Living room w/brick faced fireplace and formal dining area attached. Kitchen offers eating area, oak cabinets and appliances. Slider to deck and slightly wooded area, all situated on spacious corner lot with 2-car attached garage and numerous updates.
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Mason 120 LAWTON ST. - 2-3 bd rm., 1 bath, lg. liv.rm. & f am. rm., FP, f ull bsmt., lg. 2 car attached, heated fin ished garage & workshop. Lg. fenc ed yard. Backs up to park. $150,000. 517-676-5823
Morrice 20 MILES TO LANSING Beautifu l 1863 historic f armhouse. 2nd owners. 2100 sq. f t., 3 bd rm., 1.5 bath on 4 acres with woods . 3 car garage w/walkup loft . $158,900. 517-625-7244.
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BEULAH MI - 3 bd rm., 1 bath, f urnished ranch on 4 acres. Natural fir eplace, pool, pole barn. S ee www.byowner.com, listing #20587609. $105K. 231-87 1-1166
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EATON RAPIDS 364 +/acres for sale, seller seeks buyer for a 5 year lease back at market rates. Good f arm w/high ratio of tillable acres. Heartland Agricultural S ervices, LLC, 269-637-2625. www.heartlanda gservices.com
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MUST SELL MANUFAC TURED HOME 3 bedr ooms, COMPUTER REVIVER: 2 f ull baths, all appliances, U pgrades , internet repair, virus, outside shed included. spyware removal, d ata rec. 30 d ay $22,500. 517-468-1664. wrnty. E rik 517-484-6364. Housecalls.
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1978 HOLLY PARK 14x70’ w/7.5 x 23’ expanded area in LR/DR. 2 BR, 1 1/2 ba, all appli. & W/D, AC, f urnace new ’08, 3 season rm, storage shed. Located in Wind LAKE MECOSTA - C ustom sor E states, Dimon-da le. estate on peninsula $5000/best. 517-881-5476 stretching into lake. 3 stories of lake views, custom REDUCED PRICE AGAIN. cabinets, marble entry, MUST SELL by S ept. S kyparquet dining, wood line ’79, 14’x70’. 3 bd rm. burning fir eplaces, in-law E xcellent cond! 855 W. Jef apt, 3rd floor bird ’s eye ferson, Lot 59, Grand views, garage/workshop, Ledge. $3,000/best. C ome boat house w/indoor wasee & make offer . ter access.(616)490-0932 517-627-7736. email@example.com
LAKE ODESA LAKE FRONT OPEN HOU,SE Sat . 1 – 3 pm. 1520 Virginia S t. PRICE REDUCED. 3 BR, 2 bath. C ompletely renovated. $225,900. 517-204-2081.
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Fencing FENCING sales, Installation & Repairs. S ince 1971 Free E stimates Gary S pidel 517-852 -1724
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2ND GENERATION DRYWALL 24 yrs. exp. repair, remodel & addit ions. Insured. Jeff (517)622-4360
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www.kensingtonmeadows. com * cond. apply; fina nced amt. $20,937\ 12.5% int. rate,15 yr. term includes dis c. site rent of $329/mo. for 3 yrs. Of fer exp 8-3 1-10 EHO
CARY APTS. S . LANSING. 1 & 2 bd rms., $470-$570 mo., heat, water, sewer & trash included. 517-202-3964.
EAST LANSING. new dining, HOUSECLEANING BCS now living, bd rm. & bath. has openings in the Great$53,400 value, asking er Lansing area. Reliable, MULLIKEN ADDRES (2) $43,200 or make offer . insured. 517-206-5195 DBL. WIDE.S Each 3 bd rm., If interested please call 2 bath on seperate lots. 517-337-068 3. Possible room for horses. Land contract available. 616-754-3044
3 bd rm, 2 baths Over 1500 sq. f t. All appliances, W/D, C /A, Holt Schools , Pet Friendly . NO APPLICATION FE.ES Financing Available. Call S un Homes at Kensington Meadows (88) 262-168 3
BEECHFIELD E f f iciency thru 2 bedr oom, $325-$540. U tilities included. Taylor Realty 517-272-1512.
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$444 OFF A 12-MO. LEASE! Forest View Apts in Haslett *Immedia te Occupancy *Co zy 1 bd rm Apts. $560 *PET WELCOME *Single level bldg w/private entries *Washer/Dryer hook ups in utility room *Vaulted ceiling in living room *St orage access * Lovely wooded setting *Clos e to everything Call toda y for info and tour! 517-349-2250 C ondit ions apply.
BY OWNER - C lean 3 bd rm., PLOT AT Eastl awn MemoC ertain condit ions PROPERTY - 1 rial central air, 1.5 car garage, INCOME Garden in the Apostles Lansing/Delta Twp., Wavfenc ed yard, enclosed Garden, valued at $1695, PLUMTREE erly Schools , 2 bd rm units, DELUXE APT. RENT starts porch. $45,900 or reasonaasking $975. 517-28 5 -4416 owner occupied or invest$550 util incl. Beautifu l ble offer . No Land C onment, interest rates are 40x60 flow ered patio w/ tract. Call E lise at: 517-927ACCORD PROPERTIES low for potential good 4 PLOTS at C hapel Hill Mebuilt in charcoal grill. 4467 for more det ails. S tudios , 1 & 2 Bd rms. EHO cash flow . $150K. 989-587 517- 482 -8196 Lansing /E . Lansing Area. morial Gardens in Trinity 3308. 517-337-7900 Garden. Value $1500 each, RENT TO OWN 209 E . MT. Hope, large clean asking $750 each. Call 517928 Mahlon. Remodeled, 2 HOLT: 1 BE DROOM , $450 1 bd rm., 10’x10’ offic e, fir e** AFFORDABLE ** 244-1165 bd rm., 1 bath, garage, + depos it. Air. Free heat, place, 1.5 bath. C eramic Rent f rom $470 fenc ed yd. $625/mo. inwater, trash pickup. C oin top range. Lots of oak Great Location near I-96 cluded taxes & insurance. laundry. 1960 Aurelius floors, trim, storage & Huge Walk-In C losets $2K dow n. 517-388-1826 Road. Busline. Applicaclosets. Bay windows. InLaundry Rooms, Pool tions. up f ront. 3-PLEX MULTI- UNIT door parking. $550+. 517(517)394-0550 ** 586-292-3681 ** 1350/MO cash flow . Needs 285-4489 www.woodb ridgelea sing.com rehab. MI ave & Selling an item P e n n s y l v a n i a AUTO WAVE R LY/ WILLOW www.ariesproperty.com SEE SOURCEADS.COM LG. 2 BDRM. , On site OWNER/S WAVERLY Large 2 bd rm, air, applian$14999 (810 )820-510 1 OR CALL LCN TOLL FREE laundry. $545+depos it, Lg. clean quiet deluxe ces, carpeting. Heat pd. incl. heat & water 1&2 bd rms, f rom $525, no 877-475-SELL $560 mo. Call 517-351517-285-93 12. pets. Free heat. 517-7129321 or 517-694-898. LANSING-16 UNIT 4915, 202-3234, 323-1153 All ind i v id u al utilities. LANSING - $109,900 $350,000. Holt Schools, Other properties available. Call 517-388-0 584 Affordable
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1025 SQ. f t. DELTA TWP. 5 acres. R E 7268 CONEFLOWER CT. - U p- WATERFRONT cottage on the S outh ton Woods S ub. 3 bd rm., 2 DUCED. Heavy industri al, Branch of the Pere Marbath ranch on cul-de-s ac. great location. Sale or quette River, in Ruby Maple kitchen, oak baths. lease. Land C ontract availC reek, MI. 130’ f rontage. Fireplace in greatroom. 2able. $139,000. 2600 S now Addit ional infor mation car attached garage. 517Rd. 586 -772-2759 or 810 upon request. $129,900. 410-8973. 772-6561. 231-578-1006.
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EATON RAPIDS 1 bd rm. GREAT 1 BDRMS available! apt., a/c & appliances, normally rents for $390/mo. + heat & elect. $550/mo. S pecial pricing Water, sewer & trash servat $475/mo. plus electric ice provided. Very clean & (around $30/mo.) A/C in f resh paint. No pets, no apts. Open floor plan. smoking. Q uiet dow ntown Laundry f acilities on site!! bldg. 517-663-1834 Pet f riendly , dog run on site. C ountry setting. Call C yndi at 517-285-8343 for GRAND LEDGE det ails! 2-3 bd rm. fir eplace, garage, central air, washer & d ryer, $750GREAT APT, GREAT $850. 517-282-9669 or PRICE . 2 bd rm., near 517-349-8000 Willow & Waverly. Free heat, f ree water. 517-303-6680 GRAND LEDGE apts for rent. 1 & 2 bd rm. upper units. $470/mo. Near dow ntown. Call 517-627-6253 HASLETT - 5705 Potter, near lake. Large 2 bd rm. GRAND LEDGE quiet 1 bd rm. 1.5 bath, fir eplace, central $455. 2 bd rm. $550. Inc. air. U tility room with heat. For nonsmoking rewasher/d ryer hookup. No sponsible indiv idu al or pets, $595/mo. incl. water. couple. No pets. 627-9085 Call 517-372-8000 or 517349-8345
JEFFERSON ST. SQUARE Mason 1 & 2 bd rm apts, Ad ults 55 +, Rents starting in the $400s/month, FREE HEAT!, 517-6766008
MASON LARGE 3 bd rm., dow nstairs apt. Fireplace, dec k, basement. $825 + utilities. 694-1755 d ays, 676-9178 wkends . C ell 5055875.
NOW LEASING No application fee & f ree credit check
KINGSTON PLACE S IOR APARTMENTS EN Car efr ee living for ad ults 55 and up in “charming" dow ntown Eat on Rapids . 1 and 2 bd rm. apts. available starting at $377/mo. Inunit washers & d ryers, carports, community and entertainment rooms and much more. Call C hristina at 517-663-1900. Pets welcome.
PORTLAND APTS has spacious aircondit ioned 2 bd rm apt homes read y for immedi ate occupancy. Move in tod ay for $299. Call 517-6474910 to tour your new home!
HOLT S PAC IOU S 2 bd rm apt. Great location. New carpet, f ree heat & f ree water, pay only electric. No pets. S tarting at $600 mo. Please call 517-927-5776.
MASON 2 & 3 bd rm. fir eplace, central air, washer/ d ryer. $750-$900. 517-282-9669 517-349-8000
1 Bedr ooms S tarting at $415
Water, sewer, trash included. Riverview Village Apartments 632 Riverview Lane Apt. C 1 Eat on Rapids MI 48827 517 663-2800 www.meda llionmgmt.com TTY# 1 800 649-3777 Professiona lly Managed by Meda llion Management Inc. Pet Friendly
OKEMOS NEAR MALL: Lg. 2 bd rm., balcony. $555, "0" depos it. 517-337-1133. phgrentals.com
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MASON- 2 BDRM., 2 bath, LUXURY 5826 ORC HARD CT. C lean 3 HOLT- 2 LG bd rms, 1 bath, DUPLEX OKEMOS 1st floor unit, central air, bd rm, 1½ bath, f ull base2 story, large kitchen, cen3 bd rm. 3 bath, 8 rooms, wooded view. ment with W/D hookup. tral air, washer/d ryer, exlarge kitchen, fir eplace & Washer/d ryer in unit, 1 car New carpet, appliances. tra clean, f ull bsmt, gas more! $1,350. 517-230-2929 garage. No pets, no smokFenced backyard, private heat, small pets ok. ing. $750+ utilities. 517dec k. C entral air. $800 + 517-468-3963 256-4444 utils. 517-332-9255.
MASON- LESLIE AREA 3010 WILLIAMSTON 760 E C hurch WATER VIEW PLACE – exec COUNTRY SET Annis Rd. Beautifu l counS t. apt. $575/mo. + eleccondos for rent. 2 & 3 H O L T : 2 bd rm, 1.5 bath 2 BEAUTIFUL TING, 3 bd rm dow nstairs try setting, 2 story + f ull tric. 2 bd rm., 1 bath, rebd rm, 1500-2200 sf, 3 levstory partially i f n. bsmt, unit, plenty of storage, gabsmt. 3 bd rms., 1 1/2 cently refurb ished. Call els w/lots of storage, laundry hookup, dec k, air, rage & barn on 5 acres, baths, kitchen, dec k off 517-285-0575 attchd. garage. On river in Incl. snow, sewer, water, most pets welcome. dining area, liv. rm., att. d wntn DeWitt next to park trash, lawn. Newer paint, Laingsburg. 10 mins. to Igarage, W/D hookup, and walking trails. Incl. carpet & appliances. Cat 69 or 127. $650 mo. + half appli. f urn., $825 sec. dep. f ree wireless internet, caor Toy dog ok. $710 to utils. 989-627-3855. $825 mo. + utils. C redit noe use, d ry-cleaning pick$740. 517-853-6307. check. No pets, no smokup and much more. Please ing. 517-589-8362. call Tim at: 517-282-0500 MASON: TOWNHOUES 302 DELTA TOWNSHIP - 5419 HASLETT Lakefr ont on W. S outh S t., great locaWest Willow, near Lansing Lake Lansing w/doc k, tion. 2 bd rm., 1½ bath, Mall. Large, 2 bd rm., f ull MASON Okemos Schools . gazebo, beautifu l view. C /A, covered parking, f ull bsmnt., 1.5 car garage, 1685 S tillman. 2 bd rm., 1.5 patio or dec k. Luxury 2 bsmt, yard care, quiet. No central air. Large yard. bath, completely remod bd rm w/ offic e, condo/ pets. $700/mo.+ utilities. $785. 517-749-3890. eled, on 2 acres. Att’d 1 car apt. New maple kitchen, 517-676-5666 garage. $850+ utilities. No black/ stainless applian- 3 BDRM., 1.5 B A T H . S eperate garage, central pets/ smoking. For more ces, carpet, air. W/D. some air. Eat ing area in kitchen., SOUTHEAST LANSING 3 info., 517-930-1575 fir eplace & granite, No big EAST TOWNE CENTER dining room. Just remod bd rm., 2 baths, loft , air, dogs , incl lawn, trash,snow 2 bd rm. newly remod eled. C omplete basement. bsmt., dec k, great neigh$895 to $975. 517-853-6307 eled, ranch, Nice yard. $1,100/mo. + borhood. No pets. $755 + washer/d ryer, AC, utilities. 517-349-0527. depos it. 517-393-8970. WEBBERVILLE2 bd rm. bsmt., garage, private d uplex, 2 car garage, HOUSING patio, nice, quiet area. $740/mo. 517-521-3242 or DISCRIMINATION? Email the Lansing Community Email the Lansing Community $950. 517-655-2753. 810-923-0910. Call The Fair Housing Newspapers 24/7 at: Newspapers 24/7 at: C enter at: 1-877-979-FAIR. firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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Antique-Classic Cars FORD MUSTANG, ’65 $13,500 289 auto., low mileage, "Hugger orange" E xcellent condit ion. 989-786-1143 ’01 TRANS AM WS6 $11,900 red over black, TTops, 6 sp. man. Pristine cond. 22K. 517-927-9272 WANTED MUSCLE CARS ’67-’69 Cam aros OR ’72 & older , any make/model ANY CONDITION 810-252-9194
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Chevrolet C BOLT LS, 2006 O 37K mi. AC, New tires. Black 4 d r. E xcellent condit ion.
1991 LUMINA $2300 only 72,120 miles, air, PS, PB, PW, PL. Call 1-6 p.m. Good condit ion 517-485-0692 1500 SILVERADO 1997 $6,800 8 cyl, 126000 mi., Red, Better than E xcellent 517-331-2629
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Chrysler-Plymouth 2006 PT CRUISER 2.4L $7900 sunroof, 37,500 mi., newer tires, tuneup, 5 speed E xcellent condit ion 517-625-7793
Dodge CARAVAN, 1997 $800/BEST 116K mi. Green, seats 8, needs trans work. S unroof Good condit ion. 517-803-4933
RAM EXT. CAB, 2000 S ilver, well maintained. Good condit ion.
Mini Vans $4,200/BEST
CHEVY ASTRO VAN 1993 S ome rust, hwy mi.
517-543-4167 GMC SAFARI VAN 1998 Hwy mi. Good condit ion.
Ford 1995 FORD EXPLORER 4WD, silver, 4 d r. Avg. miles. Good condit ion
2006 FORD RANGER 4WD 6 C yl., 54K, topper, d ual peda ls. E xcellent condit ion 517-543-0133
TAURUS SE 2005 $6,800 6 cyl, Pwr S eats, 97000mi.all highway, Maroon. 517-974-3185 F-350, 2003 $10,000 88K mi., 2WD, Dual wheels, 7.3L dies el. White. E xcellent condit ion. 989-534-1333
Honda ACCORD HYBRID, 2005 $15,500 65K mi. Well maint., all service record s. 1 owner. E xcellent condit ion. 517-347-1619
$3150/BEST leather, moonroof. 517-505-1833
GRAND AM SE, 2000 $3900/BEST 118K mi., V6, 3.4L auto, air, tilt, cruise, alloy wheels. E xcellent condit ion. 989-834-2944 TRANSPORT VAN, 1998 130K mi., 7 pass., many extras. Good condit ion.
SABLE LS, 1998 $2300 200K hwy. mi., S unroof, new tires & more. Good condit ion. 517-896-6958
JETTA, 1999 2 litre, 5 speed manual. Poor condit ion.
VEHICLES WANTED Cas h money, Free towing. Call Anytime.
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CAR DON’T WORK Or is crashed! Tired of spending money? Will pay you Cas h Toda y & tow away f ree! Call 517-505-2098
G6, 2006 $6,000 139K mi., V6. Very clean, sunroof, new tires. Good condit ion. 517-749-7777 BONNEVILLE SLE 1999 $2,750 150k, Nice paint & leather, Prem sound, good tires 517-214-3222
VIBE GT 2010 $15,500 2.4L,30mpg, S unroof, Lthr, 11000mi., Red 517-647-2274
LINCOLN MKZ 2008 Most options, kept immaculate
’99 TOYOTA CAMRY 4DR $3890 beige,CD cass., power, air, f ull size spare. 517-652-1948
Oldsmobile EIGHTY EIGHT LS,S 1996 77K mi., 3800 motor. Loaded,
F-350 DRW, 2000 $22,000 50K mi. C rew cab, 7.3L dies el. Loaded. Banks brake. E xcellent condit ion. 517-420-4959
CAMRY XLE, 2007 $15,850 30K mi. 5 sp., auto, moonroof, many extras. E xcellent condit ion. 517-622-5426
Toyota TOYOTA PICKUP T100 ’93 $3150/BEST 117K, auto., V6, air, tilt, cruise, exc. transportation. 517-505-1833
Junk Cars Wanted CAR DON’T WORK Or is crashed! Tired of spending money? Will pay you cash Toda y & tow away f ree! Call 517-505-2098 BUYING JUNK CARS 7-da ys per week!!!
BENJAMIN & SON A1 TOWING WANTED Junk cars, vans & trucks. Top $ paid . 517-372-9737 PAYING TOP $ For j unk cars, trucks or vans. C lean yard = happy wife. 517-543-0825, 269-832-9780 BUYING JUNK CARS & TRUCK.S Also misc. metal. $200-$800. 7 d ays a week.
Running or not. 269-788-2034
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1090 MEADOWLAWN, Dewitt Twp, 2 bd rm. $550/ mo+ dep, sewer incl. No pets. S ec 8 ok. 517-487-0825
2508 MARCUS ST 3 bd rm., $650/mo. + util. 613 Avon S t., 2-3 bd rm., $550/mo. + util. N. Larch S t. 2 bd rm. apt. all util. incl., $600. Rooms w/private bath $350 all util. incl. Call 484-5619 3 BDRM COUNTRY home on 3 wooded acres, paved road near Olivet, 1 1/2 baths, f ull bsmt., C /A, gas heat, sec. sys., polebarn, tool shed, kennel. Background, credit check & ref. req’d. $750 mo. Call 517667-4644. 4 BDRM. 3.5 bath, f am. rm. w/FP, for mal dining rm, appliances incl. WD, air cond., 2 car garage w/ opener. Lg. yard w/dec k. E . Lansing schools. No pets/smoking. $1450/mo. 989-598-6662 AFFORDABLE HOMES 1-4 bd rms, S ection 8 OK. Pets OK. Move in special! Flexible terms available. $395-$1095. 517-651-1374
BEAUTIFUL 3 BR. HOU S E in Averill Woods S ubd. Natural woodw ork w/new appli., 2 car gar. Full bsmt. Q uiet area. 15 mins. to MSU or dow ntown. $870. 517-525-2283. Avail. S ept. 1st. Photos at apts.com CHARLOTTE 2761 Packard Hwy., 3 bd rm., 1 bath, 1332 sq. f t. home. Partial bsmnt., 1 car garage. Avail. 9/1 517-622-6059 or www.sunda ncefa milyhome center.com COUNTRY HOME IN S t. Johns, near Fowler. Newly remodeled w/1 car garage. No animals. $750 mo. C ontact 989-640-1664.
HOME FOR RENT! 3 Bed/2 Bath, All Appliances, W/D, CA, 2-Car attached garage, Age Restricted C ommunity in E . Lansing. No Application Fees Redu ced S ecurity Deposits. $849/mo. inc. site rent and trash removal. Call S un Homes at 1-888-894-3451 E xp. 8-31-10 EHO HOMES FOR RENT Lansing - 2 or 3 BR; 1.5 Bath, basement, garage, 1000-1200 sq f t. $750-800/mo (517) 482-8771 firstname.lastname@example.org ~LANSING~ 1-4 BDRMS Available! S ection 8 OK. $450-$850. Call Mark at 517-482-6600
LAN S IN G - 2-3 bd rm houses, 1 & 2 bd rm d uplex, & 2 bd rm apts. $450-$800. Local owner cell 989-5501181.
LANSING-4 BD/2 B a Home for $44,900. Payments as low as $285/mo. Call Now 800-240-0578 LANSING HOME For rent. Neat & clean, 3 bd rm., 1st fl. laundry. Call 517-641-7271 or 517-214-7648. LANSING SOUTHSIDE 3 bd rm., w/ garage, large backyard. S ection 8 welcome. C lose to schools. $675+ depos it. LC avail. 517-393-5188, 616-527-2008
LC/C COOLEY NEAR1216 Michigan Ave., 4 bd rm., 1.5 bath. Lic. for 4. Avail. now! $1,800/mo. no dep. Call C indy at: 517-331-3018
ST JOHNS – Only $340/Mo! Lease to Own! Your Own Home! Over 1,500 sq.ft . New Car pet & Paint ~ Many more to choose f rom!! THE MEADOWS (989) 224-7707 ST JOHN:S Two bd rm immaculate ranch with 1 1/2 baths, partial finis hed bsmt., det ached two car garage, W/D hookup, private yard, yard maintenance incld. No pets. 306 N. Morton S t., $850.00 (989)640-1412
WILLIAMSTONRECENTLY Redec orated, 4 bd rm., 2 bath, new lands caping. $950+ util. 517-285-0575
PORTLAND- 3 bd rm., 1 bath ranch. 2 1/2 car garage, f ull bsmt., appliances, C /A, smoke f ree. No pets. Q uiet subdiv ision. Near I96. $800 per mo., $700 sec. dep. Immedia te occupancy. 517647-2242.
GRAND LEDGE 1 bd rm., on VERY SMALL E f f icie ncy the river, patio dec k, f urhome in country, deW itt nished, washer & d ryer, 10 Twp, f urn., $475+ elect. & mo. lease. Call 602-300sec. 669-8205 af ter 6 p.m. 9672. Will check refer ences.
JAYCO 2006 POP up Camp er. add a room, air, heat, refr ig., bike rake, 10’, $4,000 517-625-7793
GRAND LEDGE: 2 bd rms., $510+ util. + $510 sec. dep. No pets. Call 517-627-8983, or 517-896-3285.
Lake Waterfront For Rent HOUGHTON LAKE- ENJOY A FALL GETAWAY! C lean 2 bd rm cottages, boat. Avail. Aug. 28 - Oct. $375 wk. Call for 2 night rates. 989-422-4896
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Legals FORECLOSURE NOTICE This fir m is a deb t collector attempting to collect a deb t. Any infor mation obtained will be used for this purpose. If you are in the Military, please contact our offic e at the number listed below. MORTGAGE SALE - Defa ult has been made in the condi tions of a certain mortgage made by: Michael J. S ud berry and Karen A. S ud berry, Husband and Wife to Mortgage E lectronic Registration S ystems, Inc., as nominee for E quiFirst C orporation, its successors and assigns Mortgagee, d ated July 27, 2006 and recorded August 9, 2006 in Liber 3231 Page 292 Ingham C ounty Record s, Michigan Said mortgage was subsequently assigned to: U .S . Bank National Association, as Trustee under Pooling and S ervicing Agreement d ated as of December 1, 2006 MASTR Asset-Backed S ecurities Trust 2006-HE5 Mortgage Pass-Through C ertificat es, S eries 2006-HE5, on which mortgage there is claimed to be d ue at the d ate hereof the sum of E ighty-Two Thousand Five Hundr ed S ixty-Four Dollars and E ighty-Two C ents ($82,564.82) including interest 8.99% per annum. U nder the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that said mortgage will be for eclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some part of them, at public vendu e, C ircuit C ourt of Ingham C ounty at 10:00AM on S eptember 23, 2010 Said premises are situated in Township of Lansing, Ingham C ounty, Michigan, and are des cribed as: Lot 132, Windemer e S ubdiv ision, Lansing Township, Ingham C ounty, Michigan, as recorded in Liber 8 of Plats, on Page 48, Ingham C ounty Record s. C ommonly known as 520 Deerfield Ave, Lansing MI 48917 The redempt ion period shall be 6 months f rom the d ate of such sale, unless det ermined abandoned in accord ance with MCL 600.3241 or MCL 600.3241a, in which case the redempt ion period shall be 30 d ays f rom the d ate of such sale, or upon the expiration of the notice required ( ),
qu by MCL 600.3241a(c), whichever is later. Dated: 8/22/2010 U .S . Bank National Association, as Trustee under Pooling and S ervicing Agreement d ated as of December 1, 2006 MASTR Asset-Backed S ecurities Trust 2006-HE5 Mortgage Pass-Through C ertificat es, S eries 2006-HE5, Assignee of Mortgagee Attorneys: Potestivo & Associates, P.C . 811 S outh Blvd. S uite 100 Rochester Hills, MI 48307 (248) 844-5123 Our File No: 1027555 ASAP# 3698080 08/22/2010, 08/29/2010, 09/05/2010, 09/12/2010
1, RIAL COURTHOU,SE 313 W Kalamazoo S treet, 2nd floor , Lansing, MI 48933 befor e JUDGE R GEORGE ECONOMY. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that C had Brown and Joanne Graham personally appear befor e the court at the time and place stated above. This hearing may result in the termination of your parental rights.
STATE OF MICHIGAN 30TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FAMILY DIVISION INGHAM COUNTY PUBLICATION OF HEARING (NOTICE TO PUTATIVE FA THER) CASE NO 8 005-1-NA PETITION NO. #10-179-NA IN THE MATTER OF Noah Vickers, C hild TAKE NOTIC:E A petition has been filed with this court regarding the follow ing minor: Noah Vickers, C hild, who was born on 7-27-03 at Hazel Park, Mi The mother of the minor is Patricia Vickers. If you are or may be the natural f ather, you should appear at 313 W Kalamazoo, C ourtroom 1, VMC, Lansing, MI 48933 on WED., S eptember 8, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. to state any interest you may have in the minor(s). Failure to appear at this hearing is a denia l of interest in the minor(s), waiver of notice for all subsequent hearings, and a waiver of a right to appointment of an attorney. Failure to appear at this hearing COULD RESULT IN THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. HCN/ ICCN-852 8/22/10
STATE OF MICHIGAN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FAMILY DIVISION INGHAM COUNTY PUBLICATION
CASE NO 68547 -1/2-NA PETITION NO. S up #1 PW/Parents TO: GERRITT VANDERVEGTE, Father of the minor IN THE MATTER OF: JACOB VAN DERVEGTE, MINOR A hearing regarding the S upplemental Petition #1 (PW Parents) will be cond ucted by the court on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2010 at 9:00 am in COURT ROOM 4, VETERANS MEMO RIAL COURTHOU,SE 313 W Kalamazoo S treet, 2nd floor , Lansing, MI 48933 befor e JUDGE JANELLA A LAWLES IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that Gerritt Vandervegt e, Father of the Minor personally appear befor e the court at the time and place stated above. This hearing may result in the termination of your parental rights. HCN/ ICCN-852298 8/22/10 STATE OF MICHIGAN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FAMILY DIVISION INGHAM COUNTY PUBLICATION
C SE A NO 70523-1-NA PETITION NO. (#10-1265-NA- PW-Parents) TO: CHAD BROWN, Father of said C hild and to JOANNE GRAHAM, Mother of said C hild IN THE MATTER OF: Kameria Marie BROWN, C hild A hearing regarding Permanent Ward ship Petition (#10-1265-NA) will be cond ucted by the court on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2010 at 10:30 am in COURT ROOM 1, VETERANS MEMO -
HCN/ ICCN-85228 8/22/10
STATE OF MICHIGAN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FAMILY DIVISION INGHAM COUNTY NOTICE OF HEARING TERMINATION OF PAREN TAL RIGHTS
FILE NO. 10-135/136-AY In the matter of OLIVIA AND HENSON AMBURSLEY TO: Desmond Ambursley, Legal Father TAKE NOTIC:E On Thursd ay, S eptember 30, 2010 at 1:45 pm in C ourtroom II, Veterans Memorial C ourthouse, 313 West Kalamazoo S treet, 2nd Floor, Lansing, MI 48911 befor e RICHARD J GARCIA, JUDGE at hearing will be held on the PETITION TO TERMINATE YOUR PAREN TAL RIGHTS. The law provides that you should be notified of this hearing. If you f ail to appear at this hearing YOUR PARENTAL RIGHTS MAY BE TERMINATED. If you choose to attend this hearing and you require special accommoda tions to use the court because of a dis ability or if you require a for eign language interpreter to help you f ully participate in court proceedings . please contact the court immedi ately to make arrangements. August 17, 2010 THERESA SHETS 124 WEST ALLEGAN STREET SUITE 700 LANSING, MI 48933 LISA GRIES 257 SHOESMITH HASLETT, MI
HCN-852266 8/22/10 STATE OF MICHIGAN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FAMILY DIVISION INGHAM COUNTY NOTICE
OF HEARING FILE NO. 10-121-AB
In the matter of FLOYD GLENN HAYES JR TO: Jacqueline Leigh S tewart Ryan, Mother Floyd Glenn Hayes, S r. Father TAKE NOTIC:E On Thursd ay, S eptember 2, 2010 at 9:00 am in C ourtroom 1, Veterans Memorial C ourthouse, 313 West Kalamazoo S treet, 2nd Floor, Lansing, MI 48911 befor e R GEORGE ECONO MY, JUDGE at hearing will be held on the CONSENT TO ADOPTION BY ADULT ADOPTE.E The law provides that you should be notified of this hearing. If you choose to attend this hearing and you require special accommoda tions to use the court because of a dis ability or if you require a for eign language interpreter to help you f ully participate in court proceedings . please contact the court immedi ately to make arrangements. August 16, 2010
SYNOPSIS OF PROPOSED TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE AND BOARD OF TRUST ES MINUTES REGULAR MEETING HELD ON AUGUST 17, 2010 EVAN HOPE, TOWNSHIP CLERK
The Delhi C harter Township Board met in a regular Board meeting on Tuesd ay, August 17, 2010 in the Multipurpose Room at the C ommunity S ervices C enter, 2074 Aurelius Rd., Holt, Michigan. C hairman Pro-Tem Roy S weet called the C ommittee of the Whole meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Board Members Present: C lerk E van Hope, Treasurer Harry Ammon, Trustees Derek Bajema , John Hayhoe, Roy S weet Board Member Absent: S upervisor S tuart Goodr ich, Trustee Jerry Ketchum No Board Action was taken on the follow ing C ommittee of the Whole Agenda items: (U nless otherwise noted) A. Parks & Recreation Fund and C ommunity Development Fund Account Reclassificat ions B. C ommunity Development Department - July Activity Report C . Ingham C ounty S herif’f s Offic e/Delhi Division - July Activity Report D. Fire Department - July Activity Report C ommittee meeting adjourned
at 7:27 p.m.
The Board of Trustees meeting was called to order at 7:30 p.m. Board Action on the follow ing Township Board of Trustees Agenda items: (All items approved unless otherwise noted) 1. Appoint C hairman Pro-Tem - Roy S weet 2. a) Approval of Minutes - C ommittee Meeting of July 20, 2010 b) Approval of Minutes - Regular Meeting of July 20, 2010 c) Approval of C laims - July 27, 2010 in the amount of $402,107.18 d) Approval of C laims - August 10, 2010 in the amount of $215,614.36 e) Approval of Payroll - July 22, 2010 in the amount of $162,128.73 f) Approval of Payroll - August 5, 2010 in the amount of $165,458.17 3. Township Ordina nce No. 119 - Authorizing the Issuance of Sanit ary S ewer S ystem Improvement Revenue Bonds for POTW Improvements 4. Resolution No. 2010-011 - Authorizing the Issuance and Delegating the Sale of C harter Township of Delhi 2010 Downtown Development Refu nding Bonds Board of Trustees meeting adjourned at 8:02 p.m. - Board of Trustees meeting minutes are available on the Township’s Web S ite: www.delhit ownship.com. C opies of the minutes are also available upon request f rom the Township C lerk. Of fic e hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monda y - Frida y, except holida ys. HCN/ ICCN-852
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