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INGHAM TWP. — Surrounded by chisels, mallets — and the ever-present Italian music — Dansville carver Emma Malcangi takes inert chunks of wood and turns them into lively works of art. Last month, Malcangi placed in a top competition, the International Woodcarvers Congress in Maquoketa, Iowa. She earned second places for her carving of an Indian for group (realistic bust) and class (bust). Vic Hood of Fairview, Tenn., a wood-carving instructor familiar with Malcangi’s entry, said the piece was excellent because it “wasn’t static.” “It’s got a lot of expression in it, and a lot of feeling to it,” Hood said. Malcangi, 74, who lives in a rural area on Columbia Road, started wood carving in 1987, studying under her mentor, the late Georg Keilhofer of Frankenmuth. One of her ﬁrst creations was an Italian castle, Castel del Monte, which she displays in her living room along with other religious wood carvings she’s completed, including a large cruciﬁx and a statue of St. Francis of Assisi. Malcangi won the Governor’s Choice Award from the Michigan Wood Carvers Association in 1995 for her St. Francis carving, but it was her Indian bust that catapulted her to international acclaim. The creation, of course,
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Emma Malcangi is working on a bust of a Civil War soldier — Union or Confederate to be decided. didn’t happen overnight. “I let it lay for about ﬁve years,” Malcangi said. “Then I decided to ﬁnish it.” Then friends urged her to enter the international event in Iowa. “It was an inspiring experience,” Malcangi said, “because I’ve never done international and didn’t expect to win anything.”
Although she studied with Keilhofer for eight years and read books on the subject, Malcangi’s ability to create art from wood
came from within herself. It’s like music, she said. “Actually, you have to want to do it,” Malcangi said. “You have to have the desire.” Unlike other modern wood carvers who use power machinery (it’s quicker, she explained), Malcangi sticks with the European classical method. “It’s a dying art, because I don’t use power tools or sandpaper,” Malcangi said. After all, it’s how Michelangelo made his carvings, so there must be something to be said for the ancient method. “You’re doing it for the
This is one of Emma Malcangi’s detailed wood carvings. love of the art,” Malcangi said. There are other types of wood carving, Malcangi See
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MASON — You don’t have to live in Texas to be informed about oil and gas leases. Ingham County MSU Extension is putting on a workshop, “Things to Know Before It Flows, Information You Should Know Before Signing an Oil/Gas Lease” from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, July 8, at the MSU Pavilion at the intersection of Mount Hope and Farm Lane in East Lansing. The cost is $10 per person. Extension educator Dan Hudson said the purpose of the program is to help local landowners understand what they need to do to be sure that any oil/gas lease contract they make is written in a way that is mutually beneﬁcial. Hudson said that standard contracts generally are written in a way that’s not as advantageous to the landowner as it could be. “There are many points in most contracts that landowners should be sure are rewritten to reﬂect their needs and interests,” Hudson noted. Landowners, he said, should keep in mind these questions: • Will they be charged for any of the expenses incurred by the company during exploration? • Will roads/driveways be returned to original condition after exploration and extraction is completed?
• What fraction of the revenues will the landowner get? “These and many other aspects of the contract are negotiable, and it will pay to be informed,” Hudson said. According to Hudson, landowners might not think that the content of this workshop even really applies to them, since nobody has tried to get them to sign a contract. The fact is that many who own land in Ingham, Jackson, Eaton, and Clinton counties will probably be contacted by representatives from oil/gas companies in the near future, according to Hudson. Bruce Noel, a Leslie farmer who also owns land near Jackson County and is a member of the Innovative Farmers Group, is in oil/gas lease negotiations regarding that property. Noel said he is worried about others being in a similar situation. “Sometimes I’m afraid they’re signing documents that are very involved,” he said. Noel said he plans to attend the workshop.
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form. Fees can be mailed to Thomas J. Doyle Memorial Golf Outing, c/o John Gonzalez, 200 E. Scoﬁeld Road, Leslie, MI 49251.
Talent Search Aug. 2
The Ingham County Fair is hosting a Youth Talent Search at the fair for youth ages 5-19. The talent search will be held at 7 p.m. Aug. 2 at the fair. Youth will compete in one of seven categories: Vocal music, Instrumental Music, Dance, Comedy Routine/Skit, Dramatic Reading/Creative Drama, Lip Sync or 5-8 year olds. For more information or an entry form, call (517) 676-7207 or go to www.inghamfair.org. Entries are due July 16.
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ASG Lansing Clippers to hold meeting July 12
The July 12 meeting of The American Sewing Guild Lansing Clippers builds on the 2010 year-long theme of “Reuse, Repurpose, Remember.” Two guest presenters will discuss the history of quilts. The guild meets at UAW Local 652, 426 Clare St., Lansing. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and activities end at 9 p.m. For more information, contact Joyce Savage at (517) 641-6876 or visit http:// lansingclippers.com/.
ICD to host ‘Make Your Own Rain Barrel’ workshop
The Ingham Conservation District is hosting a “Make Your Own Rain Barrel” workshop from 10 a.m.-noon July 17. Cost is $45. All materials are provided. Space is limited. Must be 18 years or older. RSVP by July 8 to Michelle at (517) 676-2290. For more information, visit www.inghamconservation.com.
Night at the Races to raise funds July 11
The Rives-Tompkins Fireman’s Club will hold the “Night at the Races” fundraiser July 11 at Spartan Speedway in Mason. Gates open at 3:30 p.m., racing begins at 6 p.m. There will be Super Late Models Douoble Figure 8’s and three other divisions. Tickets are $10. For tickets, call (517) 474-7765.
Millville UMC to host Alzheimer’s Association
The Millville United Methodist Church, located at 1932 N. M-52, nine miles south of I-96 on M-52 or ﬁve miles north of Stockbridge on M-52, will host the Alzheimer’s Association
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Several ladies at the First United Methodist Church in Mason meet in the social room at the church every Wednesday at 10 a.m. to make quilts for our service people in the 119th Field Artillery, that are training in Charlotte for deportment in Afghanistan in the near future. To make a contribution of cotton cloth or money (checks may be made out to the church), send it to the First United Methodist, 201 E. Ash St., Mason MI 48854.
Mason honors its veterans
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The American Legion Browne/Cavender Post 148 and the VFW Gene Anderson Post 7309 with the help of Boy Scouts have an American ﬂag on each of the 400 veterans’ graves in the Mason Maple Grove Cemetery. Each grave has a ﬂag holder that tells the branch of service in which the veteran served. Scott Shattuck and his seventh- and eighthgrade students planted a geranium on each of the 180 Civil War veterans’ graves. The geraniums were donated by the American Legion Post 148. at 7 p.m. Wednesday so that they may present the program, “Know the 10 Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease: Early Detection Matters.” For more information, contact the church ofﬁce at (517) 851-7853.
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Local church to hold VBS July 12-15
Doyle memorial golf outing to be held July 16
Come join Mason First Presbyterian Church for Baobab Blast, its 2010 Vacation Bible School (VBS). This African adventure will be July 12-15, light supper at 5:30 p.m. and VBS program from 6-8:30 p.m. Activities for all ages, preschoolers through adults. For more information, call the church at (517) 676-9333 or e-mail LoriPollitz at email@example.com.
HNC to host edible and medicinal plant walk
Hear some of the stories behind the Harris Nature Center’s summer wildﬂowers and ﬁnd out which plant is high in vitamin C and which one was said to cure poison ivy on a guided walk with a naturalist at 3998 Van
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The Thomas J. Doyle Memorial Golf Outing will be held July 16 at the Eagle View Golf Club, 2602 Tomlinson Road, Mason. Shotgun start is at 8:30 a.m. Registration begins at 7:15 a.m. Doyle passed away in the summer of 2009 as a result of an accident. He left behind a wife, Kathy; two children, Michelle and Kenny; and four grandchildren. He had worked for the Ingham County Road Commission for 32 years, and was a Leslie native. The four-person scramble costs $50 per person until the July 7 deadline. Lunch will be provided at the turn. For more information, contact John Gonzalez at (517) 712-1819. Registration fees must be made in cash, check or money order, and they must accompany the registration
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Springport Motorspeedway presents Support the Troops Night Saturday, July 10 at Springport Speedway. Racing will begin at 7 p.m. There will also be a ﬁreworks show. Tickets available at the Charlotte VFW Post, 695 Lansing Road, Charlotte. Cost: adults, $10; children 6-12, $5; and free for children under 6. Tickets sold will be used to send packages to men and women in the military stationed overseas. For more information or tickets, contact Mike Smith at (517) 896-7111, John Potter at (517) 663-5804, Bill Clampitt at (517) 541-8024 or the VFW Post No. 2406 at (517) 543-1719.
Scholarships available for military children
If you or someone you know is the son or daughter of a service member who has sacriﬁced life or limb, then the Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund is available to help alleviate the costs of college. An eligible applicant must be the dependent son or daughter of a U.S. soldier, sailor, airman, Marine or Guardsman who has been killed or permanently disabled (100 percent VA disability rating) in an operational mission or training accident, or who is currently classiﬁed as a Prisoner of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA). They must also be a high school senior or registered as a full time undergraduate student and under the age of 26. For more information, visit www.fascholarship.com/ or call (800) 475-6620. The application deadline is July 31.
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said, such as chip, caricature and chain carving. She acknowledged her way differs from those methods. “It does take longer,” Malcangi said, “but it’s an original. It’s hand-carved.”
It’s in the details
Carving the delicate features of faces, hands and feet is difﬁcult, Malcangi said, because of all the anatomical details. For example, facial features have to be proportioned with each other and lined up correctly, with a face being divided into three parts before carving begins. Malcangi uses basswood for her carvings because the wood, unlike pine, doesn’t
have knots. “You don’t want a knot in the face,” she pointed out. Malcangi stains most of her carvings and uses German wax on them as well. However, it’s the intrinsic value that’s an important part of each piece. Otherwise, it’s just a hunk of wood. “Every carving has to tell a story, or it should,” said Malcangi, pointing to one of her pieces, a carving of a monk with a smirk on his face, holding grapes on his way to make wine. Malcangi doesn’t sell her work, but still derives satisfaction from the art itself — and the constant learning that goes along with it. And like Michelangelo, she said, artists don’t always feel accomplished. “It’s an ongoing process — if one wants it to be.”
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Students named to Leslie High School improved honor roll Hanson, Erica Heeney, Stacey Hood, Kraig Hunter, Jordan Lorencen-Garman, Kyle Newman, Britten Prentler, Alyssa Rogers, Zachary Strahle, Hailey Vanburen, Vanessa Vogt and Jacob Wilton.
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Parade starts at 7:30 ness and inspiration. Similar trophies are to be awarded again for the Mason Holidays Celebration Parade in November. “These are terrific events for everyone involved. We have organizations making old-fashioned floats, bands and many community groups who surprise us with their creativity,” said Bob Raab, commander of Mason’s American Legion Browne/ Cavender Post 148. This year, for the third time, Mason will also host a Veterans Parade for all of
Ingham County. This year, that parade will be on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. There are also other important parts of Mason’s Independence Day Celebration. The annual car show runs from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. around the downtown Courthouse, hosted by the County Seat Old Car Club. Fireworks at dusk will be at the Ingham County Fairgrounds, 700 E. Ash St., courtesy of the Mason Fire Department.
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MASON — The Mason Area Chamber of Commerce and American Legion Browne/Cavender Post 148 have teamed up again to boost Mason’s parades this year. The community has an Independence Day Celebration Parade the evening of Sunday, July 4, a Veterans Day Parade and an evening Holiday Celebration Light Parade the day after Thanksgiving. The July 4 parade is an open parade, but units should arrive at Mason High School, 1001 S. Barnes St., at around 6 p.m. to start lining up. Mason’s Independence Day Celebration Parade Courtesy photo steps off at 7:30 p.m. from the south parking lot of the high school. It then circles the Dart Container Corporation celebrate its 50th anniversary with fellow downtown Ingham County Courthouse before returnmembers of the Mason business community at “Good Morning, Mason!” ing to the school’s west on June 24. More than 70 people attended networking event, which was parking lot. co-sponsored and underwritten by Dart Container Corporation, hosted by At the Sunday, July 4 pathe Mason Area Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by Dart Bank. Dart rade, two parade floats or Container Corporation associates pictured are Chris Waltz, Ken Petersen, units will be chosen to win Claudia Deschaine, Pat Weiler, Robin Manno, Cheryl Benjamin, Jim Lammers trophies. and Gary Brewer. The Chamber Trophy will go to the best unit that belongs to a member of the chamber. The Legion Trophy will go to the best unit unaffiliated with a chamber memContinued from page 1 for Topp Law, will talk about legal issues. ber. Floats will be judged ties, surface use/damage agreements and To make a workshop reservation, call rights-of-way. (517) 676-7207 or e-mail by chamber and legion volunteers. They will look Susan Topp, and oil and gas attorney firstname.lastname@example.org. for creativity, attractive-
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Thank you for the article regarding the beer tent and the Ingham County Fair in the June 20 Ingham County Community News. I do need to clear up one comment made by Commissioner Andy Schor. Yes, patrons of the beer tent will only be able to purchase two beers at a time, but it is two beers per trip to the bar. Patrons will be allowed to make as many trips to the bar as they wish to purchase up to two beers or until the bartender says “you have had enough.” Don Vickers Ingham County Commissioner
My husband and I recently had a visit from the Ingham County Animal Control. Our neighbor is upset that Tom had his name on a current police report (barking dog complaint made out on the neighbor’s dogs) which has been ongoing for two years. The ofﬁcer had a report that we had too many pets and our house and backyard smelled of feces. I was told that I could have has many pets as I wanted and no feces smell was evident. All complaints were unfounded. Needless too say, the ofﬁcer was visibly upset that she was sent out on a false complaint. Anybody that calls animal control falsely should be cited. The Ingham County Animal Control is understaffed and underfunded. It has numerous more serious calls to respond to than false complaints. Tom and Vicki Whipple Mason
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As I walked in to the social hall at the First United Methodist Church in Mason, I was treated to some of the sweetest music — not the music one would expect to hear in a church, it was not from a piano or an organ, but the sweet hum of several sewing machines and the chit chat of many happy women and men doing something they really enjoy: making quilts for the 119th Field Artillery that’s stationed in Charlotte, training to be shipped to Afghanistan in the near future. The quilts are 40 to 70 inches, just the right size to fit a single cot and not touch the ground allowing the bugs to crawl to the sleeping veteran. The material for the shell is made of red white and blue cotton that can be easily washed wrinkle free and filled with batten for warmth. The same sweet music can be heard at the All Saints Lutheran Church on South Street in Mason as well as in many homes through this patriotic city. Knowing that in Afghanistan the temperature ranges from 100 degrees during the day to near or below freezing at night, the citizens of Mason would like to give our veterans warmth for their bodies as well as the warmth of knowing the quilts were made with loving hands just for them. Between 150 and 200 have been made, with a goal of 200. Any person wishing to either help with this project, or make a monetary donation, may do so by contacting the office of either one of the churches. Charles Zanger Mason
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Car ﬁre battled The Mason Fire Department extinguishes a ﬁre in a car driven by Grant Gottschalk of Dansville that was reported at about 2:50 p.m. June 29 near Cedar Street and Kipp Road. The blaze was in the engine compartment. The driver reported having difﬁculties starting the car in the drive-through at the McDonald’s restaurant at 216 Kipp Road, with the vehicle eventually catching ﬁre, according to the ﬁre department.
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College news Brett T. Reich, D.O., son of Ken and Mary Lynn Reich, grandson of Sophie Reich, all of Mason, graduated from Des Moines University Medical School on May 29. Reich will begin his internship at St. John’s Hospital and Medical Center in Detroit this month.
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Luke Tilden, of Mason, has been named to the fall 2010 Dean’s List at Taylor University. Full-time students are named to the Dean’s List when they have earned a GPA of 3.6 or higher for the term, and at least 12 hours carry credit point values.
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to the Dean’s List: senior Lance Gardner of Lansing, a 2006 graduate of Mason High School, son of William Gardner of Lansing; senior Mara Marushia-Laurain of Mason, a 2006 graduate of Mason High School, daughter of Dr. John Laurain of Mason; and junior Rachael Spence of Mason, a 2007 graduate of Mason High School, daughter of Brian and Debra Spence of Mason.
Lisa Biering of Williamston has been named to the Alma College Dean’s List for the 2010 winter term. Students who achieve a 3.5 or better grade point average during a term, while carrying a minimum of 13 credits, at least eight of which are evaluative Alma College grades, are named to the Dean’s List. BierAlma College has named more than 425 ing is a 2007 graduate of Williamston High students to the Dean’s List for outstanding School and is the daughter of Dawn Edacademic performance during the 2010 Win- wards of Williamston. ter Term. Students who achieve a 3.5 or better grade point average during a term, while Woodman carrying a minimum of 13 credits, at least Jessie Woodman of Williamston has gradeight of which are evaluative grades, are uated from Baker College of Owosso with named to the Dean’s List. an AAS HSE associate of applied science The following area students were named degree in human service.
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Call for Lansing Curling Club members, Greater Lansing Area, ongoing. The Lansing Curling Club, originally founded in 1973, is reorganizing and looking for old and new members who would like to curl beginning in the fall. Organizers are currently negotiating for ice time at Suburban Ice Arena. Membership fees and other costs are still being finalized. Go online for more information or e-mail email@example.com. Info: www.lansingcurls.org.
Toddler Science Days Series, Impression 5 Science Center, 200 Museum Drive, Lansing, 9:30-10:30 a.m. Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, June 16-Aug. 28. Registration required by phone. Enroll in single session or all 11 weeks. Space is limited to 12 children per daily session. For more information or for a complete list of Toddler Science Day themes visit website. Info: 485-8116, ext. 32, www.impression5.org. Cost: per session: $7 members, $10 nonmembers, all 11: $70 members, $100 non-members, sibling care: $5 members, $8 non-members. Vacation Bible School, Mason First Church Of Nazarene, 415 E. Maple St., Mason, 6-7:45 p.m. Wednesdays, June 16-Aug. 25. Club VBS is open to all kids ages 4 through those who just finished 5th grade. Club VBS is set up for kids to be able to drop in when they can - don’t worry if you have to miss a week. A night of Club VBS will include stops at rec park,souvenir shop and campsite worship rally. To register please call the church at 676-5680. Info: 676-5680, www.masonnaz.org.
Mondays and 8 a.m.-2 p.m. the first and third Wednesdays and 2-5 p.m. Fridays. Large selection of spring and summer clothing, most priced at $2. Also featuring designer handbags. shoes, jewelry, small appliances, home accents, glassware, collectibles, books and more. Donations welcome during shop hours. Proceeds go to Sparrow Hospice Services. Thrifty Sparrow also works in partnership with EVE Inc. Info: 364-7185.
Interactive Art Class with Artist/Instructor: Anita Saviko, Studio 215, Upstairs Keller’s Plaza, 107 S. Putnam St., Williamston, classes 6-9 p.m. Wednesdays or 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Thursdays, April 29-July 8. Intermediate-advanced artists working in watercolor and acrylic, for adults 16 and older. These classes offer gentle critique, demos and discussions to give you insight and increase your painting success. GOLF Call 256-8335 or Thomas J. Doyle Memorial e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org to Golf Outing, Eagle View Golf register. Ongoing registration. Info: Club, 2602 Tomlinson Rd, Mason, 256-8335. Cost: six weeks for $90. July 16. Four-person scramble includes lunch at the turn and Summer Arthritis Exercise prizes. Registration begins at 7:15 Classes, Mason First United a.m. Shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Methodist Church, 201 E. Ash St., Proceeds to benefit the Thomas J. Mason, classes start July 7. Basic Doyle Scholarship Fund. Call John and advanced classes starting July Gonzalez for more information and 8, basic at 9:30 a.m., advanced at to register by July 7. Info: 712-1819. 10:30 a.m., for six weeks, Mondays Cost: $45 per person before June and Thursdays; tai chi class starting 25, $50 until July 7. noon July 7, for six weeks on Wednesdays. Info: 694-1984. St. Stephens Community Church Golf Outing, CLUBS AND Eldorado Golf Course, 3750 W. Howell Road, Mason, 9 a.m. July MEETINGS 10 . 14th Annual St. Stephens “Backyard Buds” Garden Community Church Golf Outing. Club meeting, Ingham Men’s, women’s and mixed Township Hall, 1362 Mason St., divisions. Shotgun start at 9 a.m. Dansville, 7 p.m. last Tuesdays of For more information, call Terry the month. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Curry at 204-7796 or Ralph Sims at for social time. Guests welcome. 374-7954. Info: 676-2854. Cost: $65 Info: 623-6066. per person, $240 per foursome; Lansing Workers’ Center, $70 after July 6 or on-site. Lansing Workers’ Center, 106 Lathrop St., Lansing, 7 p.m. HEALTH Tuesdays. Problems at work? Let’s Dr. Aajay Shah Friends do something about it. Wage theft, and Family CPR classes, workers compensation benefit cutMid-Michigan Heart Group, 2134 off, unemployment compensation Hampton Place, Okemos, call for denials and more. Info: 371-2001, times and classes, ongoing. Classes Lworkerscenter@gmail.com. " held Mondays through Thursdays 11 a.m. and 5:30 pm. Call to register. Mid Michigan Info: 347-3000. Cost: $25. Photography Club Monthly Meeting, Michigan HOLIDAY United Conservation, 2101 Wood Mason Fourth of July St, Lansing, 6:30 p.m. July 7. Celebration, Downtown, Info: 627-5936, Mason, 10 a.m. July 4. Events www.midmichiganphotoclub.com. include County Seat Old Car Club " car show at 10 a.m.-4 p.m. around the courthouse square, parade FUNDRAISERS beginning at 7:30 p.m., and Thrifty Sparrow Re-Sale fireworks at dusk at the Ingham Shop, Sparrow Hospital, St. County Fairgrounds. Info: 676-1046, Lawrence campus, the Outpatient www.ingham.org. Building, lower level, 1210 W. Saginaw St., Lansing, 8 a.m.-noon
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Everett High School Class of 1970 Reunion, Prairie Creek Golf Course & Banquet Center, 800 E. Webb Drive, DeWitt, 7 p.m.-midnight Aug. 14. Cost will include a two entree buffet dinner and hors d’oeuvres. Cash bar will be available. There is a golf course on site for those interested in playing MUSIC - VARIETY earlier in the day (details still being worked out). To make sure we have Thursday Night Live the correct contact information for concert, Ingham County you, please e-mail Laurena Jenkins Courthouse Square, on the lawn, Hoffmeyer at email@example.com across from 148 E. Ash St., Mason, or call. Info: 703-0146. Cost: $30 6 p.m. July 8. The Clarksons per person. will perform. Info: 676-1046, www.masonchamber.org. " Haslett High School Class of 1960, Michigan Princess RECREATION/ Riverboat, Grand River Park, 3205 Lansing Road, Lansing, Aug. 6-7. OUTDOORS Weekend starts Aug. 6 with golf Introduction to Rowing, and ladies luncheon, casual dinner Grand River Park, Ryden Boathouse, dance aboard the Michigan 3205 Lansing Road, Lansing, 6-8 Princess at 6 p.m.. Following with a p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays picnic on Saturday. For more 50th and 9 a.m.-noon Saturdays, June class reunion information, e-mail 5-July 14. Learn the basics of rowing Sandy at firstname.lastname@example.org in single person and multi-oared or call 388-2846 after 5 p.m. Info: rowing shells with experienced 388-2846. coaches from the Lansing Rowing JW Sexton Classes of 1950 Club and MSU. Participants will Reunion, Lexington Lansing attend two sessions per week and Hotel, 925 S. Creyts Road, Lansing, must have reasonable swimming July 23-25. Any member of the skills. Contact Jodi Fine at 1950 January or June class who has 676-5482, Tim Fisher at 420-4272, not received notice should contact or email@example.com for Howard Hedlund at 323-2513 or more information and to register. e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost: $135. Info: 323-2513. RECYCLING Lansing Everett Class of Ingham County Household 1965, Lexington Lansing Hotel, Hazardous Waste 925 S. Creyts Road, Lansing, July Collection, Ingham County 30-31. Friday get together. Cash Household Hazardous Waste bar at Lexington Hotel. Saturday, Collection, 5303 S. Cedar St., golf. Saturday evening dinner and Lansing, 2-6 p.m. Thursdays, until dancing. Contact Jamie (616) the end of September.. Free 874-5372, email@example.com collection for all Ingham County or Linda 663-1597. Send checks residents, 2-6 p.m. Thursday, until by June 30 to The Debnars, 1214 the end of September. Items Burlington Drive, Grand Ledge, MI accepted include oil based paint, 48837. A block of rooms have been lawn and garden care products, reserved at the Lexington. Info: household cleaners, fluorescent 663-1597. Cost: $40 per person for lights, unwanted medication, dinner and dancing, no refunds. automotive products, gasoline, Lansing Everett Class of mercury and more. Do not bring 1980, Quality Inn & Suites, 901 latex paint, waste oil, antifreeze, Delta Commerce Drive, Lansing, electronics, or grill size propane Aug. 6-8. There will be four events tanks. Info: 887-4521. over the course of the weekend. From 7 p.m.-midnight Aug. 6, casual gathering at the Green Door. From 9 a.m.-noon Aug. 7, golf outing at Branson Bay. From 7-11 p.m. Aug.
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Resurrection High School Luncheon, Tripper’s Sports Bar and Grill, 350 Frandor Ave., Lansing, noon-3 p.m. third Friday of each month. For everyone who attended Resurrection High School. Info: 525-0146, www.tripperslansing.com. Waverly High School Class of 1975 , Reno’s West, 5001 W. Saginaw Highway, Lansing, 7 p.m.-2 a.m. Aug. 28. Seeking classmates (graduates and non-graduates). For more information visit website or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Info: 983-9232, www.cqql.net/ waverly1975.htm.
Renaissance Early Childhood Center Enrolling, Renaissance Early Childhood Center, 2949 Sandhill Road, Mason, through Sept. 10. RECC is now enrolling for fall preschool classes for children ages 3 to 5. We offer morning and afternoon sessions, four-days a week, in a unique farmhouse setting. We believe children learn best by doing, exploring, creating, and imagining. Please call or visit to learn more. Info: 337-7322.
“Know the 10 Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease: Early Detection Matters”, Millville United Methodist Church, 1932 N M 52, Stockbridge, 7 p.m. July 7. Info: 851-7853. Mason Area Seniors Welcome Club, St. Augustine of Canterbury Church, 546 W. South St., Mason, noon Thursdays. Temporarily meeting at the church during construction of the new City Hall. Seniors 55 and older who reside in the Mason School District are welcome. Info: 676-5917.
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Mason Community Garden gets greener By CHRISTIE BLECK email@example.com
MASON — The cabbage is green, the corn stalks are growing and the marigolds are adding color to the plot of land along Jefferson Street by Maple Grove Cemetery. The Mason Community Garden, which officially opened on May 22, is getting greener and vegetables, fruit and flowers grow. The garden was created for local gardeners to grow produce for themselves and the Mason Food Bank. Of course, maintenance is of the utmost importance. “The grass clippings are a hit,” said Kelli Green, who with Jon and Amy Vincent coordinate the garden. The clippings, Green
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said, were donated by the city. “It has proved itself that it’s keeping the weeds down and keeping the hose clean when we water the garden,” she said. (It’s easier to brush off dried grass from a hose than dirt, Green explained.) Green was at the garden on June 24, pulling weeds along the garden’s edge by the fence to keep it looking neat. Although some local residents might not be appreciative of the recent storms that produced heavy rain, that precipitation has helped the community garden, according to Green. “There’s a lot of pretty gardens over there,” she said of the various “subplots” that divided the entire garden.
Crops being tended at the garden include corn, tomatoes, cabbage, lettuce, carrots, strawberries, cucumbers and peppers. Flowers like marigolds, bee balm and lavender also are being grown. Green also credited volunteers with helping maintain the garden. For the Vincents, the garden, which includes 19 individual plots measuring 10 feet by 10 feet and the community plot measuring 30 feet by 50 feet, already has paid off. The couple is growing three varieties of tomatoes and a row of beans, among other vegetables, and already have harvested radishes. “The radishes were great,” Jon said. “Good size.”
The Mason Community Garden on Jefferson Street is coming right along.
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GRAND LEDGE — Not everyone can drive a 35,000 pound, 40-foot-long vehicle designed to carry 71 passengers and have the wheels go within one inch of where they are supposed to go. But those who can take a lot of pride in their skills. Thousands of school bus drivers in Michigan do that, along with many other tasks, every day. And they do it while carrying 70 or so rowdy students and maintaining order at the same time. The top 38 school bus drivers in Michigan assembled at Grand Ledge Hayes Middle School in Delta Township on June 22 to show off their skills at the 33rd annual state school bus driving championship. The top drivers, winners of nine regional meets, competed in written and performance tests designed
to identify the best school bus driver in Michigan. “It is nice to bring the best of the best to Lansing and honor them as individuals,” said Karen Losch, executive director of the Michigan Association for Pupil Transportation. “We like to give them a chance to show off their skills.” Drivers were measured on their ability to perform a number of tests of their skills, including driving within one inch of a straight line without crossing it; making a right or left turn and coming within 3 inches of, but not hitting, a marker on the inside of the turn while not forgetting to signal properly; or bringing a bus to a stop within 3 inches of a line. Fifty volunteer judges watched as the drivers went through the various tests, counting and measuring and assessing penalty points for the inches by which they missed the marks.
One of the judges, former bus driver Dick Sheren of Grand Ledge, said he enjoyed all of the time he spent on the job, and still misses it. “I drove a bus for 18 years. I wish I could have for 35 years,” he said. The winner, a driver from Grandville, will go to the national championships in St. Louis in July. Losch said Dean Transportation will sponsor his trip to compete for the national title.
Right: Kevin Doty of Mason measures how close to a line a bus driver was able to bring her vehicle to a stop. To earn a perfect score in this test at the state school bus driving championships, held this year at Grand Ledge Hayes Middle School, drivers had to bring their front bumper to 3 three inches of the line without crossing it.
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June quake recorded on prof ’s seismograph By CHRISTIE BLECK email@example.com
MASON — It helps if you have a seismograph set up in your home. Local resident Ralph E. Taggart, who also is professor and chair of geological sciences at Michigan State University, happens to have one in his basement. That device recorded the 5.0-magnitude earthquake that hit the border of Ontario and Quebec on June 23. Taggart said his seismograph records earthquakes throughout the world. However, because the June 23 quake was relatively close to
the area, it produced a huge signal — the “biggest one I’ve ever gotten,” according to Taggart. “It was kind of fascinating,” Taggart said. The quake didn’t topple local buildings, but as Taggart noted, “People actually felt it in Michigan.” Mason might not be as earthquake-prone as, say, San Francisco or Los Angeles, but Taggart noted it rests on the Mason Esker. According to w w w. g e o . m s u . e d u / geogmich/eskers.html, an esker is a long ridge — an ancient river bed formed inside or on top of a glacier.
They are long narrow hills that resemble railroad embankments. Being on an esker, which Taggart called “essentially a big gravel pile” — probably makes it easier to feel earthquakes elsewhere, he said, particularly in the mid-continent region. Central Michigan, he pointed out, has a low probability of earthquakes, and local residents are more likely to feel events in neighborhood states or provinces. Taggart pointed out, “Although we can predict that some regions will be far more likely to experience earthquakes than other ar-
eas, the technology does not exist to predict when the next earthquake will occur, or how big it will be, in any particular place.” It made sense for Taggart, as a geological sciences professor at MSU, to have a seismograph at home. He said that because of being in that ﬁeld, he ought to get acquainted with one. Taggart said his seismograph came from a kit, designed to be used in school science classes, obtained from a scientiﬁc supply company. “I have had mine running for almost a year and a half,” he said.
This is Ralph Taggart’s recording of the June 23 Canadian earthquake, felt in parts of the Midwest.
Keep your pets serene this Fourth of July MASON — The dispatchers of Ingham County Animal Shelter have been busy answering calls regarding lost pets due to the severe thunderstorms lately. Pets dart out gates and doors when they are frightened by the loud cracks of thunder and bolts of lightening. This is the same for the July 4 holiday as well. “We receive numerous calls the week before and after the July 4th holiday for lost pets,” Director Jamie McAloon Lampman said. The day after July 4 is often one of the busiest days of the year at animal shelters. Dogs can be found miles from their homes, frightened, confused, disoriented and exhausted. Many animals run away out of fear of the unbearable booms from the fireworks. They’ll hide from their owners until the noise subsides. The result is many frantic pet owners looking for their very frightened dog or cat.
The Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter is urging residents to make sure their dog or cat is safe this July 4. They suggest all pets have an ID tag on their pet or a micro-chip. If possible, pet owners could write their contact information on the animal’s collar. “Believe me, it works,” said animal care technician Gail Sinneave, who cares for more than 200 animals daily at the shelter in Mason. “We get pretty overwhelmed with dogs and cats who are obviously someone’s pet. It’s very rewarding to see a family be reunited with a lost pet after such a scary event.” Losing a pet is stressful for both the family and the pet, Sinneave said. “We can get pets back to their owners much sooner if they have some identification on them,” she said. Pet owners have described their dog leaping through a window or breaking their chain to escape the loud noises. A dog that would normally never dart
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on them, a tag, micro-chip or a collar with contact information written on it. A black magic marker works well. • If you are considering tranquilizing your pet, consult a veterinarian well in advance. • Seek help from a professional animal behaviorist well in advance of the event. • Don’t leave your pet outdoors unattended. • Don’t let your pet be another statistic — protect them by being prepared. The best prescription for the Fourth of July lost animals is to keep your dog or cat indoors with you and your family during these stressful times. To report a case of neglect or cruelty, call (517) 676-8370. To leave an anonymous animal welfare complaint, call the Cruelty Tip Line at (517) 676-8376. The Ingham County Animal Shelter is located at 600 Curtis St. Visit www.ingham.org/ac/home.htm.
out the backyard gate may jump a 6-foot fence or bolt through the front door or window just to escape the fearful sounds. If fireworks upset your pet, try these tips. • Keep music on or the television playing to mask the booms. • Try to make sure someone stays with the pet during these times. • Keep the pet in a secure room. — From the Ingham County Animal • Make sure your pet has identification Shelter
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HOLT — An Oakland County state representative is drumming up local support for a petition drive to allow Michigan citizens to opt out of the new federal healthcare law. State Rep. Tom McMillin (R-45th District) was at the Charlar Place on June 29 for a town hall meeting hosted by Jeff Oesterle, a Republican candidate for the 67th District house seat, which serves South Lansing, Delhi Township and rural Ingham County. McMillin said the Michigan Citizens for Healthcare Freedom’s petition drive, if successful, will put the healthcare issue on the November ballot. A total of 381,000 signatures are needed, with the deadline of July 5 for them to be turned in to the Secretary of State.
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McMillin explained the basic purpose of the petition drive. “Washington cannot get between us and our doctors, and we have a fundamental right to provide for our own healthcare,” he said. The petition proposes changes to the Michigan Constitution, and they include: • prohibiting government from restricting a person’s right to choose his or her private healthcare system or plan. • prohibiting government from interfering with a person’s or employer’s right to pay directly for lawful medical services. • prohibiting government from imposing a penalty or ﬁne on those who choose to obtain or decline any healthcare coverage of participate in any particular system or plan. McMillin stressed that
the ballot initiative would not opt out Michigan. Instead, it would allow citizens to opt out, and those wishing to stay in the program could do so. “We should have the ability to see whatever products are out there and buy whatever we need for insurance,” McMillin said. Often called “Obamacare,” the president signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in March. The act includes stopping insurance companies from imposing pre-existing condition exclusions for children under age 19 and prevents the lifetime limits of health plans. However, some are suspicious of the bill. “We don’t agree with socialism,” Caroline Stiefel of Holt said. McMillin acknowledged that the question of a federal law trumping a state law has been raised. “My answer is: Amer-
icans love freedom,” he said. McMillin said he expects that even if the petition drive is successful, the issue will end up before the U.S. Supreme Court. If the drive fails, he said the effort would not be
dropped, and it would continue toward being placed on the 2012 ballot. State Rep. Barb Byrum (D-67th District) said via email, “As a small business owner, I am concerned about the increasing cost of healthcare and I believe
we should focus on making the new federal health care legislation work for everyone.” Oesterle said, “Citizens in Michigan ought to have the opportunity to vote on this, whether to participate or not.”
Get your ﬁrst ﬂight free MASON — Young Eagles Aviation Day will be held from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, July 10 at the Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 55 hanger at Mason Jewett Airport. Local pilots will be offering area youngsters ages eight to 17 their ﬁrst airplane ﬂight free of charge. Young Eagles Aviation Day is part of the National EAA Young Eagles Program, created to spark aviation interest in young people. Since the program was launched in
1992, volunteer EAA pilots have ﬂown more than 1.5 million young people worldwide. Local Chapter 55 pilots have ﬂown more than 2,000 youngsters from the mid-Michigan area. Flights will be on a ﬁrstcome, ﬁrst-served basis; approximately 20 minutes in length. A parent or guardian must be present or provide a signed permission slip. Advance reservations for large groups are encouraged. Following the ﬂight, each young person will receive
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a certiﬁcate and their name will then be entered into the “World’s Largest Logbook,” which is on permanent display at the EAA Air Adventure Museum in Oshkosh, Wis. The Logbook is also accessible on the internet at www.youngeagles.org. For details, call Doug Koons at (517) 676-5001 or Ken Vandenbelt at (517) 589-5051 or visit www.EAA55.org. — From the Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 55
Troy and Melinda Chalmers of Mason announce the birth of their son Cade Michael. He was born March 24 at Sparrow Hospital and weighed 7 pounds 6 ounces. Grandparents are Julia Desormier and Marty Chalmers.
Alden Evans and Mistie Nichols of Lansing announce the birth of their son Alden E. Jr. He was born March 24 at Sparrow Hospital and weighed 8 pounds 4 ounces.
Darnell Parker and Lindsay Brown of Lansing announce the birth of their daughter Brianna Ann. She was born March 28 at Sparrow Hospital and weighed 3 pounds 5 ounces. 0100020948
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From left, Darlene and Scott Karns, owner/operators of Stockbridge and Leslie McDonald’s; Lisa Gnass, executive director of Ronald McDonald House of Mid-Michigan; and Eddie Davenport and McDonald’s crew member presents a $1,000 check to the Mid-Michigan Ronald McDonald House in Lansing on June 22. McDonald’s corporation donated the check on Davenport’s behalf for his performance in the Voices of McDonald’s competition in April.
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June 22: Ofﬁcers were summoned to assist Child Protective Service (CPS) agents who had a court order in hand requiring seven children — ages ranging from 3-8 years — staying at a Mason residence, to be taken into the state’s custody. The children were safely secured and removed from the premises by CPS.
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June 23: An ofﬁcer was dispatched to a larceny complaint where the caller reported her couch stolen. The complainant reported buying a couch from a man, which he left for her in the apartment building parking lot. The complainant added that the seller’s neighbors took the couch and wouldn’t give it back. However, it turned out the complainant didn’t contact the neighbors. The ofﬁcer did, and the neighbors reported the couch was sitting next to the dumpster, so they surmised it was being thrown away and claimed it as abandoned. The neighbors agreed to return the couch to the complainant and offered to help load it up. The matter is closed.
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assault and malicious destruction of property and was lodged in the Ingham County Jail.
June 25: An ofﬁcer stopped on Kerns Road to see if he could assist two subjects who were working on something inside a parked vehicle. The two advised they were just ﬁnishing up ﬁxing a fuse that had blown. Investigation revealed that one of the men had a warrant out of Grand Ledge Police Department for failure to appear on the charge of driving while license suspended. He was arrested on the warrant and turned over to Grand Ledge. The other subject, who had stated he was the driver, had a suspended license with nine additional suspensions and six convictions. Before the vehicle was towed and impounded, the ofﬁcer recovered an open bottle of beer from under the driver’s seat. The driver was arrested for driving with license susDispute left alone pended-second and open intoxicants in a motor vehicle June 24: An ofﬁcer was called to a neighbor complaint but was able to post bond. where a dispute occurred over some missing property. The complainant reported the neighbor accused him of steal- Alleged scam fails June 25: An ofﬁcer responded to a local business on an ing some tools, which the complainant denies doing. The neighbor stated he found the tools missing and suspects attempted fraud complaint. The complainant stated that a the neighbor whom he saw looking around his property. man had entered and advised that his wife had come in earlier and paid for 20 cartons of cigarettes. Neither side wishes to press the matter, and it is closed. Supposedly they were to be left under the counter to be Behavior not ‘satisfactory’ picked up later by him. In addition, a note was supposed June 25: Ofﬁcers were dispatched to a ﬁght call at a to be left at the business, advising of this. The only note Mason residence. The complainant stated her daughter’s the employee could ﬁnd was one she believed the man had boyfriend returned home drunk, accused her daughter of placed on the counter while she was looking elsewhere. For this reason and because it was not a normal praccheating on him and started wrestling around with the victice for the business to have someone pay for something tim over her iPod. He then left. The suspect, whom the ofﬁcers had found walking and pick it up later, she suspected this was an attempted down the street, plainly intoxicated, stated he suspected scam to steal the 20 cartons of cigarettes and refused to his girlfriend was cheating on him. He admitted to smash- give them to him, telling him to produce a receipt. He ing her iPod because she was talking to one of his friends, couldn’t, and left. The case remains open. and that wasn’t “satisfactory.” He consented to a preliminary breath test and had a BRAC (breath-alcohol concentration) of .20 percent. He was arrested for domestic Continued on page 15
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Between June 22-28, Mason police investigated 53 re- ﬂicted. ported incidents involving a variety of activities — both criminal and noncriminal. These are some of those inci- Vending vandalism dents worth noting and intended to keep citizens informed June 24: An ofﬁcer was dispatched to an area business of department activities. for a theft from a vending machine report. The complainant stated she had checked and secured the machine earJurisdiction issue lier with change and money in place for transactions. Upon June 22: An ofﬁcer was contacted by an Oakland Coun- returning later to make change, she found the money and ty resident who wanted to report repeated violations by containers gone from the machine. The matter is being a Mason resident of a personal protection order issued in investigated. Lansing by the Ingham County Courts. The reported violaGPS stolen tions occurred in Oakland County. To compound the problem, the complainant can’t afford June 24: An ofﬁcer responded to the 800 block of West to continually drive back and forth for show cause hear- Columbia Street for a larceny from a motor vehicle report. ings, and Oakland County won’t issue a new PPO until the The complainant stated his Garmin Nuvi 205W GPS had Ingham County one is cancelled. The ofﬁcer explained he been stolen from his unlocked vehicle within the past two has no jurisdiction in Oakland County but went on to give days. Although there were other items of value in the vesuggestions for resolving the issue. hicle, nothing else was taken. The case remains open.
June 23: An ofﬁcer investigated a malicious destruction of property to a foreclosed residence. A vacant house on Maine Court was reported to have been victimized by vandals, and the damage was recently discovered. The back door window was broken out, and the door knob broken off. Nothing was missing or damaged on the inside.
June 24: An ofﬁcer was dispatched to a larceny from a motor vehicle report on Hawthorne Lane. The complaint reported the car stereo was stolen from his locked car but added the locks were fairly easy to defeat. The XM tuner was left intact by the thieves, and no other damage was in-
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Arnold Short of Mason shows off his 1965 Ford F-100 pick-up at a classic car show held June 24 at Green Acres, a retirement facility at 1025 E. Ash St. Short, who displayed other cars at the show, said he’s owned the Ford for 20 years and keeps eight classic vehicles in his pole barn.
MASON — Bring your lawn chairs and blankets to downtown Mason on Thursday evening, July 8, and enjoy the sounds of The Clarksons, a popular area band, in their premiere performance on the Ingham County Courthouse lawn. This free concert is hosted by the Mason Area Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by Dart Container Corporation in celebration of their 50th anniversary. The chamber is in their sixth season of “Thursday Night Live!,” a summer series of live musical entertainment presented by Independent Bank on eight select Thursday evenings. This fourth free outdoor concert takes place at 6 p.m. on the west Ingham County Courthouse lawn in downtown Mason. Remaining concerts are July 22, Aug. 12 and 26 and
48854 and 48819 zip codes. To enter, participants fill out an entry form (available at www.masonchamber.org and at the chamber office) and submit it with a vocal audition cassette tape, CD, or MP3 file (one song) no later than Monday, Aug. 9, 2010 to: Mason Area Chamber of Commerce, 148 E. Ash St., Mason, MI 48854. The entertainment series concludes with the Mason High School band on Thursday, Sept. 16, led by Beth Bousfield, Mason High School band director. The Mason High School cheer squad will join them in the program sponsored by CP Federal Credit Union. This last concert will also mark the beginning of Mason’s 37th “Down Home Days” weekend. All concerts are weather permitting. — From the Mason Area Chamber of Commerce
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Sept. 16, weather permitting. The Mason Optimist Club will sell hot dogs, chips and pop nearby, so families can enjoy a picnic dinner during the concerts. Two weeks after the July 8 concert, a young local rock band called The Union Confederate will play on July 22, sponsored by Central Solutions, Inc. On Thursday, Aug. 12, sponsored by Mason State Bank, The Backwoods Band will have the stage — also back for their sixth year. Mayor Leon Clark is part of that band. For the Aug. 26 concert on the Courthouse lawn, sponsored by the City Limits Sports Grill and Bowling Center, the series will feature the finals of the third annual “Mason Area Idol” that is currently open to local entries from those 18 and over who live in the
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Phone manners matter
June 25: Ofﬁcers were dispatched to a call of a male and a female verbally ﬁghting outside a Mason residence. It turned out that only the male was present, and he was yelling at his girlfriend over the phone because she had knocked the driver side mirror off his truck. He was advised not to yell over the phone anymore and assured the ofﬁcers there would not be any problems when his girlfriend returned home later.
June 26: An ofﬁcer responded to a sports tournament where an upset parent was causing a scene and being asked to leave. The complainant stated no enforcement action was needed, but wanted the parent to leave for the day and not attend the next day, either. When the ofﬁcer made contact with the parent, the man apologized for his behavior but was insistent that he and other parents from the opposing team were being treated rudely by the tournament directors and ofﬁcials. He was warned in regard to his disorderly behavior and agreed to leave and not return for the next day’s games. The ofﬁcer agreed to speak with the complainant about the man’s accusations and did so. The complainant stated he would monitor the actions of the tournament ofﬁcials.
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June 26: An ofﬁcer was dispatched to a local business to assist with getting a disorderly person to leave. The suspect was described as wearing all black, having tattoos and looking like a “biker.” After the ofﬁcer arrived, the complainant pointed out the man and explained that he had been saying inappropriate things of a sexual nature to two female employees and a customer, and that the victims were upset about his behavior. The suspect, when confronted, denied the accusations and stated the complainant was lying. He was even more upset when told he was banned from the store and would be arrested for trespassing should he return. Before leaving, he stated he would be calling the owner of the store to protest. Later investigation revealed he had behaved in a similar manner on other occasions as well. The case remains open.
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June 27: Very early in the morning, ofﬁcers were dispatched to Sycamore and South Rogers Street where a drunk male was reported to be chasing another male down the street with a broomstick in his hands. The ofﬁcers only located the broom-wielding party, who stated he had been drinking with another man who became upset when he asked him to quiet down due to the time of night. He went on to say that the other started “running at him,” which frightened him, so when his companion did it again, he grabbed the broom and hit him with it. The last he saw of the other man was him running down the alleyway. An ofﬁcer asked if he would submit to a preliminary breath test, which he consented to. The result was a .217 percent blood-alcohol content. At the complainant’s request, the ofﬁcers followed him home and watched him dump the rest of his alcohol. They then attempted to locate the other subject, as they
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June 27: Two ofﬁcers responded to a threats complaint at a Mason residence. The complainant stated his brother had threatened to shoot him over a video game after returning home in a bad mood. The ofﬁcers spoke to the other brother, who was apologetic about what he had said and stated he had just been upset because the video was a rental and his brother had left it where it could be scratched. If that happened, he would lose his deposit. He further stated he hadn’t meant what he’d said to his brother and wanted to apologize to him. The ofﬁcers left after the brothers reconciled.
June 27: Just before midnight an ofﬁcer was traveling westbound on Sycamore Street when he observed a vehicle in front of him with an expired plate. After being pulled over, the driver stated she was aware of the expiration. However, she couldn’t afford to pay for the plate. She also didn’t have a valid driver’s license and was cited for driving while license suspended-ﬁrst, the expired license plate and no proof of insurance. She and her passengers were meeting with friends nearby, and the vehicle was left legally parked. Found property: Three bicycles, a T-Mobile cell phone, a man’s wallet and a set of keys with a ﬂash drive. If you believe any of these belong to you, contact the Mason Police Department. If anyone has any questions or comments regarding this report or any other police matter, contact Mason police at (517) 676-2458 between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays, or e-mail the department at MASON_PD@Ingham.org. — From Chief John Stressman
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June 26: Two ofﬁcers were sent to a Mason residence for a subject refusing to leave. An ex-girlfriend was at the complainant’s house arguing with him over money he had taken out of her account without consent. The complainant explained he had used the ex-girlfriend’s ATM to pay a bill for her. The female stated he had used it to pay for many other items as well, which were not authorized by her. The male said he had paid for a lot of things for her, and admitted he had probably spent too much on the card. He just wanted her to get away from and stop bothering him. The two were advised to stay away from one another, the male was given a personal protection order brochure and the female was given a ride home. T he report will be sent to the Ingham County Prosecutor’s Ofﬁce for possible charges for violation of a ﬁnancial transaction device.
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Defensive tactics rule; so might the carp Sometimes it’s fun to disagree with people. Make that a LOT of times it’s fun to disagree with people. Why? It’s fun to gauge their reactions. The silent treatment also is effective, but not nearly as fun. Normally I’m not that antagonistic. I’ve had it done to me, and believe me, seeing me on the defensive can be pretty ugly, making a Tasmanian devil on steroids look like a bunny on tranquilizers. To avoid my Taz-like reaction, I’ve developed several defensive adaptive methods for my tormentors: (a) Ignore them, or pretend like you’re ignoring them; (b) Physically leave the premises, which is easy to do unless you’re in a speeding car or bomb shelter when the mushroom cloud’s just forming; and (c) Disagree. In my previous job, I was forced to co-exist with socalled alpha males who I think were really insecure omega males in disguise, who needed to prey on the single female, a.k.a., The Easy Christie’s Target. It took me months, even Chronicles years, but I ﬁnally found a way to combat this: Take Christie the opposite stance, no matBleck ter how ludicrous. This is particularly fun with Far Right types. They really hate disagreement. I mean, really hate. They particularly were offended by my “alternative” (single) lifestyle, which, no matter how much I defended it (hey, I can watch “Rollercoaster” at 1:20 in the morning while eating Gerber Biter Biscuits uninterrupted) was not accepted. I was met with admonitions such as, “Time’s running out” (for what speciﬁcally, I was not told; I’m still alive, by the way) “You’re in denial,” “You’re your own worst enemy” and — my favorite — “I know how happy I (emphasis on “I”) am.” I should mention that two out of the three people who spoke these remarks later divorced. Anyway, I counterattacked the “I know how happy I am” dude with “That’s you. I’m not like that.” Then comes the silence, the lip twitch and the 20-minute pout.
Repeat if necessary. If that doesn’t work, go the Silent Treatment route. That makes them even angrier, and the lip twitch becomes a full-body twitch. It’s glorious. But sometimes a snappy comeback is in order. My brother is really good at this. One if his would-be responses to an intolerant type is: “I’ll tell you after I return from my evolution class with my rabbi.” My brother isn’t Jewish, but the desired effect is achieved.
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Strangely, in my travels through Mason, I don’t encounter much of this resistance so I don’t get a chance to try out my newfound silence/devil’s advocate stance. Maybe people have become more evolved over the last 15 years or they figure I’m so beyond redemption, why even try to antagonize? I mean, I wear Play-Doh-scented cologne and a Teletubbies watch on occasion, so perhaps they think they should steer clear of such a creature. Hey, folks, I’m basically harmless. Just don’t cross me. IN THE WE-TOLD-YOU-SO DEPARTMENT: A bighead Asian carp has been found in Lake Calumet along the Chicago Area Waterway System. It was the first physical specimen of the invasive species found above the Army Corps of Engineers’ electric barrier system. It didn’t take long for state politicians to react to this. U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow released this statement: “This evidence should be a wake-up call that this is an urgent situation for the Great Lakes. I strongly urge the Army Corps to close the locks now while they continue to determine the best way to permanently separate the Chicago Area Waterway System from the Great Lakes.” U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers also quickly released his statement: “The danger this signals for our Great Lakes cannot be overstated. These fish pose a significant risk to all fish and natural life in the Great Lakes, threatening the $7 billion in economic activity generated by Lakes fisheries, and putting Lakes boaters at great risk due to the erratic behav-
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Millage needed to keep library doors open Summer reading is well under way at the Leslie Library! Seeing the excitement in the eyes of the children who sign up is well worth the time and effort of getting them involved in the program. Not only are they keeping their reading skills sharp, they are enjoying our special programs related to the theme of “Make a Splash!” Be sure and check a schedule of all summer library events at cadl.org, or stop by to pick up a printed one. At the The library can help in so many ways. One examLibrary ple is the mother who came in late one night looking for Barbara a jump drive, which her son Keeler had forgotten to tell her he needed for the next day. Remembering that we had a supply of these for patrons to purchase saved her a trip to the store. Computer help is another area where the library can be a valuable partner. We recently helped a woman learn to
use the computer so she could create a resume and apply for a job. Another patron learned how to search online and was able to ﬁnd just the recipe she needed. Several people who have always been intimidated by computers have learned to use them by attending our free computer instruction classes. Others come in to use our free WiFi to access the Internet. Of course we are a valuable resource for book lovers, too. My husband learned how to download a book to his MP3 player so he could listen to a book to on his train trip to St. Louis. Then there was the husband who just discovered how expensive it would be to purchase all the books his wife likes to read. He used the calculator on the Capital Area District Library (CADL) Web site (www.cadl.org/ calculator) to ﬁgure out how much the library was saving him in dollars and cents, and was surprised at the answer. “The library needs the funding, doesn’t it?” he asked his wife. She replied, “It sure does — I’d hate to be without it.” He laughed and said, “Me, too!” It’s a timely story because our funding is coming up for
renewal. Many of you are aware that almost 90 percent of the funding for the CADL system comes from property taxes, collected as a millage. Our current millage has expired, and in order for the library to remain open, it must be renewed by the voters in our service area. Renewing the millage would not increase taxes. Voters would simply be agreeing to continue funding CADL at the current rate for the next four years. With these funds, the 13 CADL locations and bookmobile will continue to provide excellent services, collections and programs. Without them, our doors will close on Jan. 3, 2011. The vote will take place this Aug. 3. For more information, please visit cadl.org/millage, or pick up a brochure at the library. The Leslie Library, a Capital Area District Library, is located at 201 Pennsylvania St. For information about our hours, programs or services, call (517) 589-9400 or visit cadl.org. Barbara Keeler is the head librarian at the Leslie Library.
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maids appear on the scene School cafeteria. Limited to — all made out of balloons! the ﬁrst 50 people to arrive. • July 20: Howell Nature Dansville Library Center, 1 p.m. Since 1982, the Howell All ages • July 14: Scheer Genius Center has been actively Science: Aqua-Kadabra, 2 involved in rehabilitating p.m., Dansville Village Hall. sick and injured wildlife. Its “Michigan Mammals — FurLeslie Library ry and Fascinating” program uses live animals, skins and All ages • July 13: Classroom Crit- skulls to highlight the vaters, 1 p.m. and repeated at riety of mammals and habitats in Michigan. Held in 2 p.m. Make a splash with Tur- the Woodworth Elementary tle Mania, featuring turtles School cafeteria. Adults of all sizes and shapes from • July 21: Remember around the world. Held in the Woodworth Elementary When?, 10 a.m.
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Mason Diamond Dawgs win Perry tournament
The Mason Diamond Dawgs are champs. On June 27, despite ﬁve hours worth of rain delays, tropical-like humidity, downpours and playing on three ﬁelds in two locations because of poor surface conditions, the Mason Diamond Dawgs 12U fastpitch softball team outlasted its opponents and won the championship game in the ﬁrst-ever Perry Rambler Rumble. The Diamond Dawgs beat the Portage Hurricanes 5-3 in the championship game. It was the second time in the tournament they beat Portage for the weekend. The win improved their summer record to 19-3-2 (visit ww.masondawgs.com for details). Pictured are, from row from left: Jenelle McCoy, Ryleigh Clark, Mcayla Meade, Alisha Kuch and coach Lynn McCoy; middle row, from left: Autumn Kissman, Lexi Cornwell, Maddie Koenig, Danielle Jones, and Shay Oswald; and back row, from left: coach Tim Kissman, coach Beth Oswald and coach Ryan Kuch. Petite Tablet More Calcium & Vitamin D3
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MASON — Jackie Venier took an interest in horses and equestrian during her elementary school days in Mason. When she was in sixth grade, she took lessons at Massman Stables in Mason and a few years later, starting competing. And it didn’t take Venier very long to have success while riding Half Arabian horses in state, regional and national competition. At age 15, she finished first in reserve in the Michigan All-Arabian Region VIII championship in August, 1999, and two weeks later, she won two championships in the Arabian Horse Association of Michigan. “I always wanted to take lessons. When the Massman Stables opened up in Mason, I started taking lessons there and (after a year) started working with Leesa Massman, the owner,’’ said Venier, who graduated from Mason High School in 2002 and MSU in 2006. “I bought my first horse (Prompt) from one of her students, started showing him and it took off from there.’’ Venier went on to win several national, regional and state championships, along with numerous top 10 finishes in competition throughout the nation. “When I started working with Jackie, we had a long way to go and it wasn’t always easy, but I could see she had the components of becoming a champion,’’ said Massman, a nationally recognized trainer who coaches the MSU equestrian team. “She was very coachable as far as analyzing a performance and deciding what she needed to do to be better.’’ As one of most successful young riders in midMichigan, Venier was one of eight individuals and one team inducted into the Greater Lansing Sports Hall of Fame on June 24.
The Venier File Hometown: Mason Age/Current residence: 26/Royal Oak Sport: Equestrian (Arabian horses) High school: Mason, 2002 graduate; competed in swimming and equestrian College: MSU, degree in ﬁnance, 2006 Achievements: Michigan All-Arabian Region XIII reserve champion, 1999; Arabian Horse Association of Michigan 17-under champion, 1999; top 10 Arabian Youth Nationals, 2000; top 10 National Horse Show ﬁnals, 2000, in saddle seat; two top 10s in National Horse Show ﬁnals, 2001; national champion, Arabian Youth Nationals, 2002; reserve champion, National Horse Show Finals, 2002; 4 other top 10 ﬁnishes, 2002 NHS Finals.
Venier, who was nominated for Horsewoman of the Year by the Arabian Professional and Amateur Horseman’s Association in 2002, credits Massman for a big part of her success. “She provided me the tools to compete and succeed,’’ Venier said. “I’ve worked with different trainers but she’s the one that’s been there throughout my career.’’ Venier’s parents, Dr. James Venier and his wife Jane, played a major role, too, with emotional and financial support. “I’ve traveled all over the country for different events and they’ve been right there,’’ she said. “We’ve done our share of traveling.’’ Early on, Venier was attracted to Arabian horses, now one of the most popular breeds in America. They’re known for great energy, intelligence and beauty but still are a challenge. “It was exciting. As soon as I saw them, I knew it was what I wanted to do,’’ she said. Massman said Venier had the ability to understand the process in reaching her goals and related well to Arabian-Saddlebred
horses. “You always have the horse factor and her horses weren’t always easy. She had to work through team building with them and through some tough times,’’ Massman said. “But she handled it well and it helped her improve her skills. “The breed she chose is one of the most challenging. They’re very smart and have a lot of energy but finesse and patience are huge in showing that breed.’’ Several of Venier’s best memories came in 2002. She won a national championship in the Arabian Youth Nationals and was the reserve champion in the age 14-17 division in the National Show Horse Finals, both while riding Captive Moment. “I think the biggest win was being reserve national champion. That was an event in which I probably worked the hardest at put forth my best effort,’’ she said. “We had a lot of struggles with that particular horse. “I was really excited to win because I didn’t expect it. Winning (youth) nationals was great but it wasn’t
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Jackie Venier of Mason talks to her Arabian horse Prompt, the ﬁrst horse she ever owned, at the Ingham County Fairgrounds back in 1999. Venier was inducted into the Greater Lansing Sports Hall of Fame for her equestrian accomplishments on June 24. an event that we struggled with as much.’’ In the same year, Venier was nominated for Horsewoman of the Year in the halter event by the APAHA. She didn’t win but was simply proud to be recognized. “I felt honored to be nominated by other trainers and people I’m competing with,’’ she said. After graduating from Mason High, where she also competed in varsity swimming, Venier went to Mich-
igan State and cut back on competing. She earned a degree in finance at MSU in 2006. “Jackie is one of those people who is multi-talented. She’s an athlete but also highly intelligent,’’ Massman said. “Any athletic endeavor is difficult but with horses, you have to be dedicated to working with them every day and be responsible for their care. “She was always able to balance school, the swim
team and being involved with horses.’’ Now living in Royal Oak, Venier is a financial planner for Plante Moran Financial Advisors in Southfield and is pursuing an MBA from the University of Michigan. “I’m not competing at the moment,’’ she said. “But I’m taking lessons (at Mancini Training Center in Howell) to learn a new division and looking forward to getting back into competition as soon as grad school is done.’’
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Landon Hidy made it a clean sweep, taking both the June 18 rained out feature make-up and the June 25 15-lap feature. Jordan Harvey led the rained out feature until Hidy got around him. Harvey was able to issue a challenge to take back the lead but Hidy was able to drive away in the waning laps for the win. The June 25 feature saw Kyle Drake come back with a stellar run after being caught up in someone else’s mess during the last Spartan Sunday show. Drake came from the rear of the ﬁeld, challenged Hidy for the lead but couldn’t quite make it happen. However, Drake was able to run with Hidy to ﬁnish second. Harvey, Tony Marshall and Mark Carson rounded out the top ﬁve. Pony Stocks The Dukes of Hazzard had nothing on Patrick Denison on the last lap of the Boss Snow Equipment Pony Stock feature. Aaron Taylor, a third-
generation driver, took the early lead when the green was displayed until Denison jumped into the outside groove and drove away from the ﬁeld. Wayne Beckner Jr. steadily picked off cars as he worked his way to the front. By lap 14, Denison, Beckner and Todd Metz Jr. were running in tight little pack when Metz and Beckner got together, ending their evening. On the restart, Denison and Metz Sr. were on the front row, with Darren Wright jumping into the fray. Coming down the back stretch, Metz Sr. tapped Denison, turning him sideways. Denison corrected and headed through the inﬁeld, jumping the ﬁrst berm over the Figure 8 straightaway, came down, hit a smaller berm over the go-kart track, came down and got launched over the other side of the gokart track, only to end up leading coming out of turn four. Metz Sr, had slowed for
the “merging” trafﬁc coming down for the checker and Wright capitalized on the outside, taking away the second spot. Metz Sr., Rich Roberts and Marisa Jones rounded out the top ﬁve. Joe Bates took another B-feature win after Brandon Moody had led for 11 laps. Moody and Bates ran sideby-side for several laps, with Bates taking the lead away from the outside with nine laps to go. George Garza got around Moody as well to ﬁnish second. After 20 laps, it was Bates, Garza, Moody, Tyler Heeney and Scott Sparagowski as the top ﬁve. Wayne Beckner Jr. and Rich Roberts took the rained out A- and B-feature wins from June 18. Friday, July 9 is a MOD 50 for the Valvoline Instant Oil Change Modiﬁed division. The Pure Stocks, Boss Snow Equipment Pony Stocks, and Legends will also be featured. Michelle Sprague covers motorsports for LSJ Media.
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Valvoline Modiﬁeds Dan Loughan, showed the way for the Valvoline Instant Oil Change Modiﬁed division, leading the ﬁrst 15 laps of their feature, until an altercation brought out the caution, and John Mamula capitalized from the outside on the restart. Mamula went into the lead, but Tom Hernly Jr. was steadily moving up through the ﬁeld and tacked himself on to Mamula’s rear bumper by lap 20. Nyle Weiler and Dan Loughan were battling for third when caution waved on lap 23. Mamula chose the outside lane for the restart, leaving Hernly to challenge for the lead from the inside, once the green was displayed. Hernly took the lead, leaving Mamula to try and take back the lead. At the checkered, it was Hernly, Mamula, Larry Wallace, Weiler and Sonny Coito. Bill Heeney Jr. and Brad Lamberson each won their heats.
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Gallagher. On the restart, Gallagher once again chose the high side, leaving Joe Hodgeson Jr. to fend for himself on the inside. Jon McNett took advantage on the restart and followed Gallagher through on the outside around Evan Barrett and Hodgeson Jr. Tim Ryan was able to work his way up into the ﬁfth position, as Barrett got around Hodgeson Jr. for third. Barrett drove to the low side of McNett to take away the second spot, leaving McNett to hold off Hodgeson Jr. for third. Barrett tried to dive under Gallagher going into turn four, with two laps to go, and spun out, bringing out the caution. On the restart, it was Gallagher, McNett, Hodgeson and Ryan to settle the score. Hettinger jumped into the mix and at the line, it was Gallagher, McNett, Hettinger, Beckwith, and Ryan. McNett and Barrett both took heat wins.
DELHI TWP. — A pictureperfect evening on June 25 greeted the Andrews Chevrolet Super Late Models at Spartan Speedway, which was a pleasant surprise, as every other Friday night that they’ve been scheduled has been rained out. Seventeen Supers hit Spartan Speedway’s 1/4-mile and defending track champion, Jimmy Gallagher, made a special trip to the Corrigan Oil Winner’s Circle, as the feature winner on the anniversary of his father’s passing. Logan Beckwith was shown as the early leader, with Bob Bauer and Gallagher in hot pursuit. After a lap eight caution, Beckwith chose the inside front row for the restart and Gallagher, always a threat on the high side, was given the outside front row. Gallagher drove into the lead, and 10 laps later, Beckwith took a look under Gallagher and spun out, leaving sole possession of ﬁrst to
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Slow-troll for good crappie, bluegill action Gliding over the still water with a gentle summer From the Field breeze felt great, we were trolling for crappie and bluegill and having a riot. Each Jack Payne summer, I take a page from my friends down south and someplace between vertical troll for the tasty panﬁsh. The key to success is boat and a maximum of 45 despeed and keeping your line grees. Some days you barely
burp your trolling motor and other days you might run at 1 mph. Normally the slower speed is the best. Work two rods with double hooks on each. Have one rod set just below the surface and another half way down or at the depth where ﬁsh are shown on
your graph. A long soft rod is best and an old ﬂy rod is perfect. Rod holders are nice but not a requirement. We use a basic drop shot rig with two lures when targeting summer panﬁsh. We use plastic body baits such as the Whip R Knocker or the Whip R Snap from Stopper Lures, the Charlie Brewer one and two inch grubs or the Mr. Twister two-inch tails. Under very calm conditions a couple of number seven split shots work great. Under windy conditions or when the ﬁsh are deep, an egg sinker ran between the two baits is preferred. Two other baits should be considered and used with the plastics. The Pinky Jig or the Little Nipper from Lindy and their feather like design glides through the water in a seductive manner that’s hard for a crappie not to inhale.
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Crickets, wax worms or minnows are a staple with most anglers. I love crickets but you need to be fast on the draw. Gills can suck a cricket off a hoop faster than toddlers can drop the tops of their ice cream cones. We use the fast snaps so that we can change lures Courtesy photo quickly once a pattern is esJack Payne holds a 17-inch trolled crappie that was released back into the tablished. Chartreuse, yelwater. low and pink are the most
consistent colors. Bend your hook out slightly to increase your hook-up ratio. Keep the hooks razor sharp with a ﬁle and most of your ﬁsh will hook themselves. Under clear skies and clear water, the best angling is the ﬁrst and last few hours of the day. Dark water or murky lakes are the opposite. Great angling takes place during the middle hours of the day and the last light often the least productive. Birds often give away the location of panﬁsh using the surface. If birds are diving at minnows or if schools of minnows are spotted scooting across the surface, then the crappie are close at hand. A large weed ﬂat holds baitﬁsh and plankton and draws in bluegill. Troll the edges of the weeds. Fish the side of the lake that’s receiving the wind except during a hard blow. Then search out the quieter waters. Troll between the shoreline and the swim rafts. This might require dodging around a few docks and logs, but the crappie ﬁlter from the shallows to the cover of a raft all day long.
Perhaps the best rig going for bluegill and darn good on crappie is the single hook mini-spinner. In most cases you will need to make your own. A small spinner, size zero or a one with three to four beads and either one or two hooks is it. Tip it with a piece of meat and troll away. B&M Rods and Lindy both carry pre-tied panﬁsh rigs designed for minnows. Cut off the hook and tie on a fast snap for more versatility. Thirteen-year old Luke Michaels produces his own line and sells through inlinelures.com. Anglers that are mobile until a school is located will often return home with a bucket full of large panﬁsh. Suspended ﬁsh are often holding at the same depth as the edge of ﬁrst drop-off. Corn meal and Italian bread crumbs create a tasty and crunchier ﬁllet. We add a touch of garlic powder and lemon pepper from Hi Mountain Seasonings for robust tasty ﬁsh. Jack Payne is a frequent contributor to the Ingham County Community News.
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The following students have been named Conor Whipple, *Emily White, Kylea Wilson to the Mason Middle School 2009-2019 and Troy Winslow,Jr. Honor Roll for semester 2. These students earned a B and above for the semester (* Seventh grade: denotes all A’s). Victoria Alonge, Eva Alvarado, *Claire Barkholz, Erica Bartlett, Taylir Baum, MatSixth grade: thew Beck, Christina Bennetts, Caitlin BerAlexis Ammerman, *Kylie Archer, *Al- geon, Alexander Brown, William Brunst, len Austin, Travis Austin,Blerta Bajraktari, Corey Bulock, John Calhoun, *Chloe CalChad Ballard, Jonah Bartlett, Alethea Bauer, trider, Kaitlyn Caltrider, *DakotaCarpenter, Samuel Benson, *Sidney Binger, *Samuel Amber Chance, *Haley Clark, Stephen Clark, Bodman, *Liam Bohl, *Delaney Bond, Jac- Lindsay Coker, *Lauren Colby, Spencer lyn Branton, *Alexandria Brown, Saman- Cook, Amanda Cooper, Caleb Couchenour, tha Brown, Branden Bunting, Daniel Burch, *Emma Creamer, JulieteDaniel, *Hannah *Jessica Burge, Elaine Burleson, Aryanna Darmofal, *Meg Darmofal, *Taylor DelCantwell, *Cameron Caron, Fernando Car- bridge, Lindsey Deweerd, Carlos Dos Sanretero, *Marshall Clark, *Makenzie Clifford, tos Neves, Breanna Ekrut, *Harrison Jordan Cook, Logan Cooper, *Olivia Cream- Falardeau, *Olivia Fassezke, *Hannah Fauer, Robert Crooks, *Allison Curtiss, Dillon pel, *Shaun Fillwock, Samantha Fogle, KaDaigle, *Holden Dippel, *Kyle Disselkoen, tie Geer, *Noah Gill, *EmmaGoebel, Mitchel Max Elliott, *Bailey Endres, Evelyn Every, Hamilton Brooks, Kathryn Harger, Corey Payton Farnsworth, Tyler Frease, Brittany Heckaman, *Brooke Hedglen, *Katelyn HorFritsch, *Tara Gandhi, Gavin Gann, Lance gan, *Noah Houchlei, Kaitlin Houghton, Garrison, *Benjamin Geer,Kelsey *Kirsten Hunt, *Hannah Hyaduck, Samuel Grant,Luke Guggemos, *Dorothy Hamm, Hyde, Amanda Igl, Elizabeth Iverson, Rachel Brendan Hanson, Carolyn Harger, Sawyer Johnson, *Abigail Johnstone, Madison KoeHarris, Jacob Harrison, Madison Hill, Em- nig, Nathan Krzesicki, and Alisha Kuch. ily Hills, Heather Hoeve, *Hunter Holbrook, Also, Brytni Leasure, Macey Lewis, Me*Joshua Houchlei, *Emilie Hudgins, Darion lissa Loszewski, Joseph Lukins, Erik LunIreland, Quinlin Ireland, Nicholas Johnson, deen, *Alexis Lyons, *Jorden McCord, Dillon Samuel Johnson, *Danielle Jones, *Chris- McLean, Natalia Milashus, *Stone Miller, tian Jordan, Daniel Kennihan, *Caleb Kiger, Austin Montas Burt, Robert Moore, *Madi*Austyn Killebrew, Chelsey King, *Johna- son Nodus Rydahl, Danton Page, *Joshua than Kingman, Kristofer Kristofferson, Mi- Parks, *Natasha Perry, *Ellie Phillips, Kelkaila LaClear, Rebekah LaClear, Delaney leigh Pier, Colton Pnacek, Colin Popard, Lance, Jade Laughlin, *Seth LaVallii,Lauren Joshua Preston, *Megan Ries, *AllisonRoLedesma, *Charles Liberato, *Tyler Lovell, chon, *Rebecca Rogers, Shea Russ, *Aaron Whitney Luks, *Emily Madery, Jacqueline Rustem, Sarah Sanders, *Hilary Schroeder, Madery, Skylir Maloney, *Kayla McCarty, Parker Seely, *Leaha Sinnaeve, Rhiannon *Brittany McCowan, *Jenelle McCoy, Erin Skuse, Christian Smith, Kathryn Smith, *EmMcDermott,*Corbin McDonald, *Grace ily Somerville, *Catherine Spalding, *Ethan McElhone,*Destinee McMillan, *Destiny Spitzley, Kevin Stalzer, Sarah Stewart, *JaMendez, *Tristan Miller, *Bradley Moore, cob Stid, Allison Sweezy, *Ryan Taylor, TerRaymond Morgan, Samantha Morris and ra Thie, *Aaron Thiel, Kolby Thompson, Karissa Mullins. Sava Treloar, *Derek Troxell, Paige Turner, Also, Andrew Nguyen,Caitlin Niswonger, Jordan Uebelhart, *Emily VanHavel, Han*Madison O’Connor, *Olivia Orlando, *Shay nah Warvel, Kristin Welton, *Kelsey Wenson, Oswald, Sara Owen, Chance Palmer, Kath- James Wilson II, *Dana Winkler, *Edmund erine Parks, *Marissa Pease, *Samantha Wooldridge and Jenna Yanz Perkins, Adam Peters, Katerina Peterson, Asa Pierce, *William Reid, Austin Reutter, Eighth grade: Nicole Reynolds, Daniel Riley, *Stephen Emmons Allaire, Benjamin Anderson, Rumler, *Austin Sager, Alexis Salazar, Justin Joseph Anderson, *Joshua Anibal, *Lucas Scavarda, Sophia Schmidt, *Ruby Schneider, Atkinson, Gwen Bagley, Katie Bailor, ParkJordyn Sharick, Emilie Sharp, *Leutrim er Baldino, *Hannah Barton, *David Bauer Shefkiu, *Ian Simpson, *Madison Sjolund, III, *Erin Beebe, *Hannah Billig, *Alexan*Mara Smucker, Jacob Spencer, *Rachel dra Blair, *Madeline Bohl, Miles Bonaparte, Spragg, *Jeremy St. Pierre, Katherine Tar- *Johna Boyer, *Douglas Bradﬁeld, *Emily talone, Christian Thomas, Logan Thomas, Braman, Savannah Budd, Taylor Bullion, *Kali Thompson, Madison Tollstam, *Bailey Kristen Bunting, *Nicholas Carl, *Rebecca Tombaugh, *Olivia Turner, Tatum Vandom- Cena, Gwendolyn Clark, *Nikki Colligan, melen, *Jarrett VanHavel, Brandon VanNort- Zachary Conn, Courtney Corbett, *Mackwick, *Colin VanWyke, *Nicholas Vondra, enzie Cornelison, Stephany Crooks, Alix Kierstin Walburn, *Andrew Walker, Cassy Cross, Cody Culver, *Cole Dekett, Shane Ward, *Madelynn Warﬂe, *Lydia Warnke, Dennany, *Sydney Dippel, *Amber Dockter,
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Home is priced to sell! 3 bdmrs/ 2 baths over 1400 sq. ft. All appliances, W/D, C/A, Holt Schools! Pet Friendly. Quiet Location! No application Fees. 3 yr site incentive! $19,900. Financing Available. Call Sun Homes at Kensington Meadows (888) 262-1683
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LAKEFRONT Gladwin, MI. 1500 sq.ft. year round home on all sports Wiggins Lake. Fully furn., attached 4 car garage. Lawn tractor & pontoon incl. Asking $289,000. Call 989246-0154
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LAKE ODESSA LAKEFRONT 1225 WILLOW STREET , OPEN HOUSE, Sat. 1 – 3 Grand Ledge. Newly renopm. 1520 Virginia St. vated 2 bedroom unit now PRICE REDUCED. 3 BR, 2 available. Close to town and bath. Completely renovatshopping. $475 + Utilities. ed. $229,900. 517-204-2081. Call 517-243-1225 www.WillsProperty.com Wills MORRISION LAKE a cute 2 Property Management, LLC bdrm., 1 bath home. Has a fireplace, din. rm., liv. rm., kitchen, laundry rm & 1 of the areas newest gathering rm. 2 spectacu. . Summer rates lar views. Incl. cable & internet service. Call: 989starting at: $629. 429-8823/989-224-7938 to 1, 2 & 3 bdrms. make an appointment.
ATTRACTIVE MOBILE HOME Spacious 3 bdrms., 2 baths, lg liv. room & kitchen, 2 porches with lovely view, all updated, excellent cond. In senior Windsor Estate Park, Dimondale, MI. Reduced to $15,950. Call mornings or after 4 p.m. 517-646-8232
1996 DOUBLE WIDE 4 bdrms., 2 baths, lg family room, double car garage, many extras. Must see. Sycamore Village, Mason. $40,000/obo. 517-676-6279.
EASTLAWN MEMORIAL GARDEN Garden of Nativity. 2 full body vaults w/drains. $2500/obo. 931- 121 ISLAND AVE. 1 bdrm., 1st floor apartment, heat, 628-2783. water, trash removal and basement included. Clean & fresh apt. must see! Quiet neighborhood. $500/mo. 517-881-3386
SCHOOL NURSE for Ingham Intermediate School District. The individual in this position pro- FORECLOSED HOME AUCTION 2 3 0 + vides basic health care Homes/Auction: 7/17 and emergency treatment *Open House: July 3, 10 & for students attending 11. REDC/ View Full ListHeartwood School. Qualifiings www.Auction.com RE • 2 full baths cations include valid MichBrkr 6505355610. MC igan Registered Nurse Li• Full size WD MORRISON LAKE - 3 cense; B.S. degree.; and, included bdrm. cottage with lake School Nurse Certificate. access. Incl. all applianTerms of Employment: 37 • Pets welcome > ces. Asking $85,000. wks/yr, 5 days/wk, 7 CALL TODAY! Call Dar Benjamin at: hrs/day. Compensation: 517-881-3558 between $35,433-$69,899 A NICE DUPLEX , each unit is 517-887-1000 ∫ per year. Application 2 bedrooms, den, deck, all Deadline: Friday, July 9, appliances, 2 car garage. LAKE 30 mins. ACCORD PROPERTIES 2010 @ 4:00p.m. A com$158,700 or best offer. 517- RAINBOW from Lansing. 220’ frontpleted online application, Studios, 1 & 2 Bdrms. 627-3776 age on a private all sports resume and cover letter of Lansing /E. Lansing Area. lake. 2000 sf A/C home, interest are required. For a 517-337-7900 FRESHLY renovated 3 open loft. 1 full, 2 half complete job description bdrm., 1.5 bath, Grand baths. 3 BR, new insulaand application instruc** AFFORDABLE ** Ledge schools, Delta Twp. tion, siding, windows, furtions please visit our webRent from $470 Open House Sun. 1-3 p.m. nace, roof. 2 car gar., 1 car site at www.inghamisd.org Great Location near I-96 1103 N. Creyts Rd., Lansgar./work room & mud . Computers with Internet Huge Walk-In Closets ing. $104,900. 517-303-5933 room-lwr level. $260,000. access are available at the Laundry Rooms, Pool By Owner 517-627-8702. Capital Area Michigan (517)394-0550 Works! 2110 South Cedar www.woodbridgeleasing.com St., Lansing, Michigan or any public library. AA/EOE
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$1,380 WEEKLY GUARAN TEED. Stuff envelopes at 2 CEMETERY LOTS home. Full/part-time. No OKEMOS G reat family 2 vaults with 1 double experience necessary. Dehome, 5 BR, 3.5 ba, 3600 + bronze marker. CHAPEL posit required-refundable. sq ft. Immed. occupancy. HILL MEMORIAL GARDENS 8 8 8 - 8 7 0 - 7 8 5 9 www.fsbomichigan.com/3875 LANSING, MI $4,500.00 email@example.com $409,999. 517-230-4857 (616)866-0711 om OPEN, 6/19, 10-12p.m. 2 CEMETERY LOTS Chapel Hill in Victory Gardens. LCC/COOLEY LAW NEAR2 bdrm apt. All util. incl. Call 517-980-2663. W/D Incl. Sec. 8 ok. $550/mo. Jim 517-719-8163 CEMETERY LOTS at Deepdale Memorial GarFREE FORECLOSURE LIST - EAST LANSING CONDO den dbl long crypt + LCC NEAR - 1 bdrm availaall new dining rm, LR, INGS Over 400,000 properbronze mrkr. 517-323-4694 ble. Rent $550, $550 sec. bdrm., kitch. $43,200 or ties nationwide. Low down + application fee. Utilitmake offer. SEV $62,200. payment. Call now. 800ies included. No pets. If interested please call 1- EASTLAWN 880-2517 MEMORIAL Call 517-675-5143, leave 517-337-0683. MM Garden, 2 spaces in the message. Garden of Prayer. Both for $1,500. Todays cost, $4,000. 727-784-2790.
Speech and Language ALL CASH VENDING! Do Pathologist, Early On and you earn up to $800/day? for Ingham Intermediate Your own local candy School District. The indiroute. Includes 25 Mavidual in this position will MUST SELL MANUFAC chines and Candy. All for provide supportive servTURED HOME 3 bedrooms, $9,995. Call 1-888-744-4651. ices to children age 0-3 2 full baths, all appliances, MC with disabilities. Qualificaoutside shed included. tions include full approval $25,000 or best offer. 517THINK CHRISTMAS - Start as a Michigan Teacher of APPLY NOW 468-1664. now! Own a red hot! Dolthe Speech and Language lar, Dollar Plus, Mailbox or Impaired or Speech and ’10 HS Grads/College Discount Party Store from Language Pathologist cerWe will pay for you to $51,900 worldwide! 100% ROUND LAKE - LAKE ACtificate of Clinical compeCESS. 4 BR, 4 baths, 2,000 relocate your home to Turnkey. Call now 1-800tence (CCC’s) from ASHA. sf, zoned business/Kensington 518-3064. www.drss4.com Terms of Employment: 1 residential, has separate $14.25 base-appt Meadows! MC part-time and 1 full-time apt., perfect for daycare or $500 gift card given flex. sched., cust. sales position available. Appli- /service, no exp needed, will WANTED: LIFE AGENTS rental. $65,900, all offers when home is cation Deadline: Monday, considered. 828-226-9998 moved in! train, conditions apply, Earn $500 a day - Great July 12, 2010 @ 4:00p.m. A or 517-290-2250, Mike. Discounted site rent! 517-333-1700 agent benefits - Commiscompleted online applicasions paid daily - Liberal www.relocatemyhouse.com tion, resume and cover letunderwriting Leads, ter of interest are re- HEAT & AIR JOBS - Ready to or Call Kensington leads, leads. Life Insurance quired. For a complete job Meadows TODAY! work? 3wk accelerated license required. Call 1description and applica888-605-2237 TRAINING program. Hands 888-713-6020 MC tion instructions please on environment. Nationvisit our website at BY OWNER - Clean 3 bdrm., wide certifications, Job www.inghamisd.org. Comcentral air, 1.5 car garage, placement assist. Planning an Auction? puters with Internet acfenced yard, enclosed It’s not too late to ﬁnd a 1-877-994-9904 cess are available at the porch. $45,900. No Land See SourceAds.com buyer for your camping gear. Capital Area Michigan Contract. Call Elise at: 517Email the Lansing Community See SourceAds.com or Call LCN Toll Free Works! 2110 South Cedar 927-4467 or go to: Newspapers 24/7 at: St., Lansing, Michigan or fsbolansing.com, 901 Leor Call LCN Toll Free 877.475.SELL lcnclassiﬁeds@gannett.com 877.475.SELL any public library. AA/EOE nore Ave., for more details.
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ASSEMBLE MAGNETS & HANDYMAN SPECIAL- 2 PORTLAND - 2002 Dutch CRAFTS from Home! YearHomes, 16’x78’, 2 bdrm., 2 story home, on 1.5 lots, in Round Work! Excellent full bath. Very spacious, downtown Mason, 1 blk. Pay! No Experience! Top spotless condition. Incl. all from courthourse. 4 bdrm., US Company! Glue Gun, appliances, air & skirting. 1.5 bath. New roof & winPainting, Jewelry, More! A steal at $15K!! dows. $25,000. Toll Free 1-866-844-5091 Call: 517-526-3020 517-694-4448 MM QUIET COUNTRY SETTING REDUCED PRICE. M U S T C A R E E R 400’ from rd., 3 acres at SELL, MUST SELL. Skyline POSITIONS/GOVERNMEN 3591 Wright, Leslie. 3 BR, 2 ’79, 14’x70’. 3 bdrm. Must T JOBS Earn $12-$48/hour bath, built 2004, 2256 sf., be park approved. Well Full Medical Benefits/Paid inc. garage, air, lg kitchen. kept up. 855 W. Jefferson, Training—Administrative/ Beautiful view of sunrises, Lot 59, Grand Ledge. C l e r i c a l , night sky. $159K. FSBO. $4,000/obo. Come see & Accounting/Finance, Open Sat. 7/3, 2-3. 517-525make offer. 517-627-7736. Healthcare, Law Enforce3442 ment, More! FT/PT 1-800320-9353 Ext. 2519 MM
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4823 SOUTH PENNSYLVA NIA NEAR JOLLY, s p a cious 2 bdrm. $495 + dep. includes heat & water. References. 517-3395330, 517-420-1514 AIRPORT NEAR, CLEAN 1 bdrm, includes utilities. $500. 517-488-1645 AUTO OWNERS/WAVERLY Lg. clean quiet deluxe 1&2 bdrms, from $495, no pets. Free heat. 517-7124915, 202-3234, 323-1153 CARY APTS. S. LANSING. 1 & 2 bdrms., $470-$570 mo., heat, water, sewer & trash included. 517-202-3964. COLONIAL VILLAGE AREA: 1 bedroom Quiet Area. No Smoking, No Pets. Call 517-485-4300 DELUXE APT. RENT starts $550 util incl. Also person to care for apartments at reduced rent 482-8196 DELUXE APT. RENT starts $550 util incl. Also person to care for apartments at reduced rent 482-8196
NOTICE EDGEWOOD VIL LAGE APTS. East Lansing. FRANDOR NEAR, SPACIOUS 2 BR. Heat, water, carport, Section 8 Wait List. storage incl. On site mgmt. for 1 bed, will reopen efNo pets. $585/mo. 517fective 7/1/2010. Now ac881-2049. cepting applications for 1, 3 & 4 bdrm. waiting lists.
ST.JOHNS-INCOME BASED 2 BDRM. TOWNHOMES. Beautiful Park setting. Close to schools & shopping. Laundry hookup. SUNTREE APARTMENTS 1100 Sunview Dr. St Johns, 989-224-8919. EHO Email the Lansing Community Newspapers 24/7 at: lcnclassiﬁeds@gannett.com
S. SIDE very nice, clean, quiet 2 bdrm., $475, washer/dryer hookup. 517-388-0584.
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OCCUPATIONAL THERA PIST, Early On for Ingham Intermediate School District. The individual in this position will provide child evaluation, direct and indirect therapy services, family-centered services and collaborative consultation with staff, parents, agency personnel and administrators. Qualifications include being registered and certified by the American Occupational Therapy Association; degree from a college or university offering an approved program in Occupational Therapy; and, qualified by training and/or experience to provide occupational therapy to children age 0-3 with disabilities. Terms of Employment: 37 wks/yr, 5 days/wk, 7 hrs/day. Compensation: between $35,433-$69,899 per year. Application Deadline: Friday, July 9, 2010 @ 4:00p.m. A completed online application, resume and cover letter of interest are required. For a complete job description and application instructions please visit our website at www.inghamisd.org . Computers with Internet access are available at the Capital Area Michigan Works! 2110 South Cedar St., Lansing, Michigan or any public library. AA/EOE
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Administrative Software Consultant for Ingham Intermediate School District. The individual in this position will coordinate the implementation and on-going use of administrative software. This position also will facilitate the improvement and efficiency of business/administrative processes through the full use of software capabilities for the ISD and constituent districts. Qualifications include Bachelors degree in Business or Accounting and three to five years related experience in a school accounting or business position with three years of school payroll experience. Michigan School Business Official (MSBO) School Payroll Specialist certification desired or five to seven years related experience in a school accounting or business position with three years of school payroll experience. Michigan School Business Official (MSBO) School Payroll Specialist certification desired. Knowledge of administrative software (general ledger, human resources, payroll, purchasing, etc…). Terms of Employment: 52 wks/yr, 5 days/wk, 8 hrs/day. Compensation: between $41,739 - $65,781 per year. Application Deadline: Tuesday, July 13, 2010 @ 4:00p.m. A completed online application, resume and cover letter of interest are required. For a complete job description and application instructions please visit our website at www.inghamisd.org . Computers with Internet access are available at the Capital Area Michigan Works! 2110 South Cedar St., Lansing, Michigan or any public library. AA/EOE.
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$444 OFF A 12-MO. LEASE! Forest View Apts in Haslett *Immediate Occupancy *Cozy 1 bdrm Apts. $560 *PET WELCOME *Single level bldg w/private entries *Washer/Dryer hook ups in utility room *Vaulted ceiling in living room *Storage access * Lovely wooded setting *Close to everything Call today for info and tour! 517-349-2250 Conditions apply.
Heated pool. Clubhouse & Exercise Room. Free Wi-Fi. Covered Parking. Full-size washer/dryer. Close to shopping and schools!
beaconlake-apts.com MASON Open 7 days! DOWNTOWN ST. JOHNS 1 bdrm apt. $520, all utils. included. Coin operated laundry, also. 989-213-2583 EATON RAPIDS 1 bdrm apt., $550, utilities, cable & trash included. Idea for single occupant. 517-9300627. GRAND LEDGE 2 bdrm. fireplace, garage, central air, washer & dryer, $750$800. 517-349-8000 or 517-282-9669 GREAT APT, GREAT PRICE. 2 bdrm., near Willow & Waverly. Free heat, free water. 517-303-6680
HASLETT - 5705 Potter, near lake. Large 2 bdrm. 1.5 bath, fireplace, central air. Utility room with washer/dryer hookup. No pets, $595/mo. incl. water. Call 517-372-8000 or 517349-8345
Apartments Suburbs HOLT-LG 2 BDRM, carpeting, appliances. $545 per mo. incl. all util. except electric. 517-694-8988 or 517-333-1250.
HOLT - Pristine, comfortable, quiet. Secure 1bed apt. in pleasant neighborhood. ALL UTIL. PD., except elec. $525.
Sorry, no pets. 517-420-7910 or 517-663-7590
KINGSTON PLACE SENIOR APARTMENTS Carefree living for adults 55 and up in “charming" downtown Eaton Rapids. 1 and 2 bdrm. apts. available starting at $377/mo. Inunit washers & dryers, carports, community and entertainment rooms and much more. Call Christina at 517-663-1900. Pets welcome. KIWANIS VILLAGE, AN elderly community (elderly is defined as 62 years of age or disabled of any age) located in Mason, MI is currently accepting applications for 1 Bedroom, 2 Bedrooms Apartments. Units of barrier free design may also be available. Rent is based on income. For affordable housing call (517) 676-6890. This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider. Equal Housing Opportunity. TDD # (800) 649-3777. MASON 2 bdrm. fireplace, central air, washer/ dryer. $750-$840. 517-349-8000/ 517-282-9669
OKEMOS: LARGE QUIET 2 bdrm, cats welcome. $555, "0" deposit. 517-337-1133. phgrentals.com
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SYLVAN 16’ PONTOON, Evinrude solid state, 2 cyc. 35hp eng., Wolverine float on 22’ trailer. $1,250. 517-881-8861.
Motorcycles-Minibikes-GoKarts 1986 HONDA REBEL 450, great cond., 12,143 mi., $2000/obo. Call 349-5561.
(2) HONDA RUCKUS Scooters. $3,750/both. With options. For more information. 517-927-3106 HARLEY 1992 FXLR Lowrider Custom, low mi., lots of extras, call for pricing too much to list 517394-5886. HARLEY-HERITAGE SOFTAIL, 2008 - White pearl w/security. 2K mi. $15,500. 517-372-9439. HONDA SHADOW ACE, 2001 750cc, 14,700 mi. Blue & silver. New tires. Excellent cond. $3K. 517-256-3324 HONDA VT-1300R, 2005 Only 2K miles. Asking $5,000. 517-543-3364.
SPORTSTER 883 LOW, 2007 Pearl white, low mi., excellent cond. Many extras. $7,000/best. 517-541-9516
CampersTravel Trailers 2011 ROAD KING TRAILER 36’, 2 slideouts, washer & dryer, king bed, fully selfcontained, many extras, will consider trade. Can deliver. Asking $25,000. 248-736-1561. CAMPING MEMBERSHIP LIFETIME. Camp Coast to Coast USA/Canada $10/night (full hook-up). (Paid $1,595) Must Sell $595, 614-761-9257. SCAMP DELUXE FIBER G L A S S travel trailer 13’ A/C toilet/shower, stove & fridge. Cable ready. Sleeps 2. Great cond., clean. $7500. Call 517-490-8460.
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WILLIAMSTON OKEMOS, 2056 HAMILTON WATER VIEW PLACE – exec DELTA TWP. 2832 SKYWAY LANSING - 2-3 bdrm hous301 Lisa Lane. $750/mo. + LN. Country setting large 2 condos for rent. 2 & 3 Rd., nice quiet. Near Meries, 1 & 2 bdrm duplex, utilities. 3 bdrm., 2 bath, bdrm duplex apt. $700 mo. bdrm, 1500-2200 sf, 3 levdian Mall behind Meijers, $450-$800. Local owner 1100 sq.ft., 2 car garage, includes heat, water & els w/lots of storage, near bus, new carpet. 1 cell 989-550-1181. no bsmt. Call 517-285-0575 sewage. Call 517-332-5510. attchd. garage. On river in bdrm., $300+ util., 1 mo. 1309 W. JOLLY Rd, Lansing, dwntn DeWitt next to park sec. dep. includes trash. MI 48910. Large House for and walking trails. Incl. EAST No pets. ALSO S. Lansing, Rent. 3-4 bedrooms, 2 LANSING 1 7 1 3 free wireless internet, canear Meijer & K-Mart. 708 baths, Fireplace, HardGreencrest, 3 bdrm., 1.5 noe use, dry-cleaning pickArmstrong, $575, sec. 8 ok, wood Floors, bath, Appliances Included. up and much more. Please 2 bdrm., 1 bath, fenced LANSING-2 BDRM/1 Washer/Dryer, 1/2 acre full bsmt, no smoking, no call Tim at: 517-282-0500 yard. 517-410-7257 BATH Home for Fenced Yard. Close to pets. Very clean. $875+ $19,900. Payments as shopping & much more. utilities, Section 8 wellow as $130/mo. Call $950/month. Utilities not come. 517-930-1575. Now 800-240-0578 included. No Pets Allowed. Call Celina (517)588-1554 LAKE HOME FOR RENT Effiocvue@yahoo.com EAST LANSING DUPLEX ciency cabin on lake (600 LANSING SOUTH Rent to 1647 Greencrest, 3 LUXURY DUPLEX OKEMOS sq feet), perfect for 1-2 1625 SHUBEL Lansing. 3 own, 3 bdrm., hardwood bdrm., 1.5 bath. 1200 3 bdrm. 3 bath, 8 rooms, Fabulous New Kitchens & people. Lakefront, safe bdrm., W/D, garage, air floors, remodeled bathsq. ft. $895+ util. Sec. 8 large kitchen, fireplace & Baths, Country Setting, Pet community, beautiful cond., fenced yard, deck. room. freshly painted. ok. Available now! 517more! $1,300. 517-230-2929 Friendly, $0 Deposit, From sunsets, dock for boat, $1200/mo. or best offer. $700+ dep. 517-749-2482. 402-1499 $490, Puppy Park swimming, fishing. 1 bedAvail. Aug.1. 517-719-2506 Call Mason Hills room. 30 minutes south of 517-268-8467 Lansing. $750/mo. plus 600 N. MLK - 3 bdrm., www.dtnmgt.com lease. Call 517-231-5475. EAST LANSING- QUIET w/balcony off master area. 871 Beechlawn, 2 bdrm., 2 bath. Full bsmnt. ST JOHNS – WAVERLY & WILLOW bdrm. AC, attached new carpet & vinyl BLUE WATER VILLAGE Only $340/Mo! Lease to Spacious 1 & 2 bdrms. garage, private fenced throughout, gas fireplace, Dimondale, near GM Delta Own! Your Own Home! Free heat & water. Quiet backyard. 248-651-4791. w/W/D hookup. Includes plant. New 2 & 3 bdrms, 2 Over 1,500 sq.ft. New Carbuilding. Call 517-303-6680 appliances. Fenced yard. baths, starting at $800. pet & Paint ~ Many more $750+_ utils. 517-332-9255 Water & trash incl. all apto choose from!! DOWNTOWN AREA pliances, bsmt., pets wel- HOLT, 2306 & 2308 WEST WILLIAMSTON 760 E Church THE MEADOWS furnished room, all utilBlvd. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. 710 N. MLK across from come. Call 517-749-1714 or St. apt. $575/mo. + elec(989) 224-7707 ities paid, no deposit, Shed. No W/D hookup. Hosp., 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 517-372-6250 tric. 2 bdrm., 1 bath, re$75 per wk. 517-372$500/mo. + utilities. & de$650/mo. + util. 1104 cently refurbished. Call 6250 or 517-894-1281. posit. Available August, CAMP ST., 2 bdrm., wood WILLIAMSTON COM517-285-0575 H O L T : 2 bdrm, 1.5 bath 1st. 517-675-7793 flrs., $550/mo. ALSO 2 P L E T E L Y remodeled, 3 Townhome, partially finbdrm. apt. on busline, $500 bdrm., 2 bath ranch. Half ished bsmt, laundry hookWILLIAMSTON - UPPER apt. incl util. ROOMS w/pvt. of bsmt completely fin., up, deck, air, Incl. snow, for rent. House in country. bath, $350. 517-484-5619 nice yard, rear deck. Incl. WEBBERVILLE-2 BDRM., sewer, water, trash, lawn. 3 bdrm./2 bath upper, appliances. Carport. Close AC, appliances, carpet, Newer paint, carpet & apIncl. all util. & satellite. to I-96. No pets. $995 + blinds, laundry, garage. pliances. Cat or Toy dog Call: 810-923-1062 AFFORDABLE HOMES 1-4 util. & dep. 517-655-3680 No dogs. Summer special: DIMONDALE: FEMALE TO ok. $740. 517-853-6307. bdrms, Section 8 OK. $599/mo. ALSO 2 bdrm. rent room in beautiful Pets OK. Move in speduplex, 2 car garage, home. $400 mo., all utilitS. LANSING 5814 Orchard cial! Flexible terms $740/mo. 517-521-3242 or ies paid. Free cable & inCt. Excellent, nice & quiet available. $395-$1095. 810-923-0910. ternet. Please call Jill at townhouse. 3 BR., 1 1/2 517-651-1374 517-646-5926. baths, 1300 sf., fin. bsmt., HOUSING A/C, fenced yard, 2 sheds, CANADIAN FISHING CABDISCRIMINATION? deck, W/D hookup, new CHARLOTTE INS for RENT. 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NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedents Estate/Trust Foster Swift Collins & Smith PC Estate/trust of Robert G Allan J Claypool P11957 Gast, Deceased Date of 313 S. Washington Square birth: July 28, 1931 Lansing, MI 48933 NOTICE TO CREDITORS: 517-371-8138 The decedent, Robert G Gast who lived at 3805 Viceroy Beverly J Marshall Drive., Okemos, MI died on 5258 Golden Circle June 8, 2010. East Lansing, MI 48823 Creditors of the decedent 517-332-3706 are notified that all claims against the estate/trust will ICCN-837453 be forever barred unless 7/4/10 presented to the co-Trustee of the Robert G Gast Trust dated April 9, 1992,, as amended and restated at Planning an Auction? 3805 Viceroy Drive., See SourceAds.com Okemos, MI 48864 within 4 months after the date of or Call LCN Toll Free publication of this notice.
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Legals y mortgaged premises at public auction to the highest bidder at the place of holding the Circuit Court in Ingham County, Michigan, at 10:00 AM, on July 15th, 2010, for the purpose of satisfying the amount due on the Mortgage, together with interest, legal costs, fees, expenses and attorney fees. The mortgaged premises are located in Ingham County, Michigan and are described as follows: Commencing at the Northwest corner of Section 6, thence North 89D54’38"East on the North Section Line 66 feet, thence South 0D41’18"East 490 feet to the POB, thence North 89D54’38"East 897.7 feet, thence South 0D4’18"East 888.46 feet, thence West 900 feet, thence North 0D41’18"West along the 66 foot easement 1085.24 feet to POB, Section 6, T1NR2E, Stockbridge Township, Ingham County, Michigan 22.38 acres MIL, commonly known as Tax Parcel #33-1616-06-100-014. And Beginning at the Northwest Comer of Section 6, thence North89D54’30" East along the North Section line 66 feet, thence SouthOD41’ 18"East parallel to the West Section line 1807.24 feet to the center line of Dexter Trail, thence North 54D13’20"West along the Center Line 82.06 feet to West Section Line, Thence North0D41’18"West along the West Section Line1759.16 feet to the POB, Section 6, T1NR1E, Stockbridge Township, Ingham County, Michigan 2.70 acres MIL, Commonly known as Tax
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deg , 420 feet, thence West 420 feet, thence South 0 degrees 40’50" West 420 feet to the South line of said Section 33, thence East along said South line 420 feet to the point of beginning. The redemption period will be one year from the date of sale; but if the property is abandoned, the redemption period will be one month from the date of sale.
Notice is hereby given that the City of Mason City Clerk’s office will be open Tuesday, July 6, 2010, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. located in the new City Hall building (directly behind the old City Hall building) for the purpose of receiving applications for the registration of qualified electors in the City not already registered to vote. This is the last day a citizen may register to vote for the August 3, 2010, Primary Election. The August 3, 2010 Primary Election will be conducted in all voting precincts in the City of Mason for the purpose of electing candidates and voting for the following proposals: PARTISAN: STATE Governor CONGRESSIONAL Representative in Congress (8th District) LEGISLATIVE State Senator (22nd District) and Representative in State Legislature (67th District) COUNTY County Commissioner (16th District) NON-PARTISAN: JUDICAL Judge of Circuit Court - 30th Circuit - NonIncumbent Position Judge of District Court - 55th District Incumbent Position AND FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING DELEGATES TO COUNTY CONVENTION OF THE REPUBLICAN AND DEMOCRATIC PARTIES. AND FOR THE PURPOSE OF VOTING ON THE FOLLOWING PROPOSALS: • INGHAM COUNTY - PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM FOR ELDERLY AND DISABLED MILLAGE QUESTION • CAPITAL AREA DISTRICT LIBRARY RENEWAL The full text of the ballot proposals may be obtained at the City Clerk’s office. Mason City Hall is barrier free and handicap accessible. Deborah J. Cwiertniewicz City Clerk ICCN-838097
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Default has occurred in a mortgage made by William Charles Marshall, Jr. and Elizabeth B. Marshall, husband and wife, to First National Bank of America, dated June 13, 2008 and recorded on June 20, 2008 in liber 3310 page 1209, Ingham County records and renistataed following a foreclosure by a Mortgage Reinstatement Agreement dated January 20, 2010 and recorded in liber 3373 page 559, Ingham County records. The mortgage holder has begun no proceedings to recover any part of the debt, which is now $138,802.11.
$1 8,8 The mortgage will be foreclosed by a public sale of the property on Thursday, July 22, 2010 at 10:00 a.m., at the place of the Circuit Court in Ingham County, Michigan. The property will be sold to pay the amount then due on the mortgage, together with interest at 11 per cent, foreclosure costs, attorney fees, and also any taxes and insurance that the mortgage holder pays before the sale. The property is located in Delhi Township, Ingham County, Michigan, and is described in the mortgage as: A part of the West 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 of Section 33, Town 3 North, Range 2 West, Delhi Township, Ingham County, Michigan, described as: commencing on the South line of said Section 33 at a point 1500.7 feet West of the Southeast corner of said Section 33, thence North 0 degrees 40’50" East,
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Estate/trust of Gerald F Marshall, Deceased Date of birth: March 6, 1920 NOTICE TO CREDITORS: The decedent, Gerald F Marshall, who lived at 5258 Golden Circle, East Lansing, MI died on April 16, 2010. Creditors of the decedent are notified that all claims against the estate/trust will be forever barred unless presented to the co-Trustee of the Gerald F Marshall Trust dated May 13, 1987, 5258 Golden Circle, East La nsing, within 4 months after
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ingle n, (o igin gagor), to Fifth Third Bank, an Ohio banking corporation, Successor by Merger with Fifth Third Bank, a Michigan banking corporation, Successor by Merger with Old Kent Bank, a Michigan banking corporation, Mortgagee, dated September 27, 1999, recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for Ingham County, Michigan, on October 20, 1999 in Liber 2824, Page 1112, and modified by an Amendment to Real Estate Mortgage dated May 26, 2003, recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for Ingham County, Michigan, on June 20, 2003 in Liber 3040, Page 306, on which mortgage there is claimed to be due as of May 25, 2010 the sum of $269,960.64, including interest at the rate of 12.45% per annum. Under the power of sale
po contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some part of them, at public venue at the Ingham County Veteran’s Memorial Courthouse, 313 West Kalamazoo Avenue, Lansing, Michigan 48933, on Thursday, July 15, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. Said premises are described as follows: PARCEL 1: Lot 144, 145, 149, 150 and Lot 148 except the Westerly 4 feet, Park Manor Heights, City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan, according to the recorded plat thereof, as recorded in Liber 6 of Plats, Page 2, Ingham County Records. PARCEL 2: Lot 152, 153 and 154, Park Manor Heights City of Lansing, Ingham
ty ing, ngh County, Michigan, according to the recorded plat thereof, as recorded in Liber 6 of Plats, Page 2, Ingham County Records. PARCEL 3: Lot 141 and 142, Park Manor Heights, City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan, according to the recorded plat thereof, as recorded in Liber 6 of Plats, Page 2, Ingham County Records. PARCEL 4: Lot 138, Park Manor Heights, City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan, according to the recorded plat thereof, as recorded in Liber 6 of Plats, Page 2, Ingham County Records, EXCEPT, beginning at the Northeast corner of Lot 138; thence S35º09’22"W, 44.97 feet along the Easterly line of said lot to the face of an existing Metal Storage Building; thence N36º40’02"W, 19.53 feet
, along the face of said building; thence N48º36’11"E, 31.94 feet to the North line of Lot 138, thence N89º49’00"E, 13.68 feet along said Lot line to the point of beginning. PARCEL 5: Lot 139, 140, 155 and the Southwesterly 30 feet of Lot 156, Park Manor Heights, City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan, according to the recorded plat thereof, as recorded in Liber 6 of Plats, Page 2, Ingham County Records. PARCEL 6: That part of Lots 156 and 157, Park Manor Heights, as recorded in Liber 6 of Plats, Page 2, Ingham County Records, described as: Commencing at the Northeast corner of Lot 138 thence S35º09’22"W, 44.97 feet along the Easterly line of said lot to the point of beginning of the following described parcel; thence
y Parcel # 33-16-16-06-100-012 And The West 58 acres of the Southwest fractional 114 of Section 31, T2N, R2E, White Oak Township, Ingham County, Michigan Commonly known as Tax Parcel # 3312-12-31-300-001 The redemption period shall be twelve months from the date of the sale of the mortgaged premises, unless determined to be abandoned in accordance with MCLA 600.3241a, in which case, the redemption period shall be 30 days from the date of such sale.
Attorney Kenneth B. Johnson. P32436 P.O. Box 424 Mason, Michigan 48854 517 - 285-8867 ICCN-831711 6/13, 20, 27/10-7/4/10 NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COL LECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY IN FORMATION WE OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT THE NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE IN AC TIVE MILITARY DUTY. Default has been made in the conditions of a mortgage made by John Coryell, a single man, (original mort),
p ; S35º09’22"W 15.60 feet; NOTICE OF MORTGAGE thence S40º56’59"E, 3.30 SALE feet; thence N35º09’22"E, 15.35 feet; thence SWIFT, COLLINS & N36º40’02"W, 3.37 feet to FOSTER, SMITH, P.C. IS ATTEMPT the point of beginning. ING TO COLLECT A DEBT The redemption period shall AND ANY INFORMATION be six (6) months from the OBTAINED WILL BE USED date of such sale. FOR THAT PURPOSE. PLEASE CONTACT OUR OF Dated: June 13, 2010 FICE AT THE NUMBER BE NANTZ, LITOWICH, SMITH, LOW IF MORTGAGOR IS IN GIRARD & HAMILTON, P.C. ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. Attorneys for Mortgagee By: Sandra S. Hamilton (PDEFAULT having been 41980) in the conditions of a Business Address & Tele- made certain Mortgage made on phone: September 23, 2005, by Jo2025 East Beltline, S.E., Suite seph L. Vitale, a single man, 600 as Mortgagor, given by him Grand Rapids, Michigan to Michigan State University 49546 Federal Credit Union, of 600 (616) 977-0077 East Crescent Road, East Lansing, Michigan 48823, as ICCN-831345 Mortgagee, and recorded on 6/13, 20, 27/10-7/4, 11/10 October 13, 2005, in the office of the Register of Deeds for Ingham County, Michi-
ngh ty, gan, in Liber 3188, Page 187; on which Mortgage there is claimed to be due and unpaid, as of the date of this Notice, the sum of Eighty Thousand Eight Hundred Eighty-Nine and 02/100 Dollars ($80,889.02); and no suit or proceeding at law or in equity having been instituted to recover the debt or any part thereof secured by said Mortgage, and the power of sale in said Mortgage having become operative by reason of such default; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Thursday, July 8, 2010 at 10:00 o’clock in the forenoon, at the Veterans Memorial Courthouse, 313 W. Kalamazoo, Lansing, Michigan, that being one of the places for holding the Circuit Court for Ingham County, there will be offered for sale and sold to the highest bidder or bidders at pub-
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OLDS 1996 LS $4650/OBO 42K orig. mi., 3800 motor, 24-30 mpg, loaded w/lthr Excellent transp. 517-505-1833
FREESTAR VAN, 2005 $4,895 Hwy. miles, 7 pass., dual sliders, metallic gray Good condition. 517-202-0807
’93 CUTLASS CIERA $900/BEST 151k, runs great,new brakes, muff., fuel pump, tires Fair condition 517-374-0075
CUTLASS SUPREME 1976 $8,500 2 dr., hdtop, 37,000 mi., AC, auto. Excellent cond. 517-202-7151
Pontiac GRAND PRIX GT2 2004 $10,000 Fully loaded w/ leather. 2 sets wheels/tires. 517-599-1989 BONNEVILLE 2000 $5200 Only 84K mi., well kept, very clean, all pwr, nonsmoker 517-898-9217 GRAND AM GT 2001 $3,000 Premium Sound, non smoker, A/C, CD/cassette Sharp 517-930-1371 BONNEVILLE 1996 111,000 mi.
GRAND AM GT, 2004 $8,995 67K mi. Private owner, red. Great shape in/out. Excellent condition. 517-819-2562
Saturn SL2, 2001 $4,800 Only 71K mi., Well maintained, clean, auto. Good condition. 517-898-9217 SATURN S 2000 $2500/BEST 111K mi., lady driven, 4 dr., body never rust, CD, air 517-402-9151
Sport Utility Vehicles CADILLAC ESCALADE ESV 2005 $21,900/OBO 105Kmi, runs perfect, new tires, Titanium 517-812-3000 TRAILBLAZER LT 2003
130K mi., lthr seats, sunroof, trlr hitch, luggage rack, pw, On-star ready 937-668-1053
Trucks FORD F-150 FX-4 2004 72K mi., new tires Excellent cond.
$15,500/OBO 517-663-3553, 517-930-0528
Trucks FORD RANGER XLT 4X4 2000 $6300 Ext cab, dk grey, new tires, tonneau cover, AC, PW. Good condition 517-323-1665 CHEVROLET COLORADO LS 2006 $9,975 31,000 mi. 5spd, Manual Trans. Cruise, AC, Tilt. 517-641-8770
Vans HANDICAP VANS USED, BOUGHT & SOLD Mini & full size 5751 S. Cedar - Call Dale 517-882-7299
Automobiles Wanted CAR DON’T WORK Or is crashed! Tired of spending money? Will pay you Cash Today & tow away free! Call 517-505-2098 AUTOS WANTED Cash paid, Free towing. Call Anytime.
Junk Cars Wanted TOP $$ FOR JUNK VEHICLES. 7 days.
PAYING TOP $ For junk cars, trucks or vans. Clean yard = happy wife. 517-543-0825, 269-832-9780 CAR DON’T WORK Or is crashed! Tired of spending money? Will pay you cash Today & tow away free! Call 517-505-2098 CARS & TRUCKS WANTED Paying cash.
AUTOS WANTED Running or not! Same day, free pick up. 517-819-1817 DEAD OR ALIVE Salvage cars, trucks, vans. Free towing. We beat all offers. 517-482-2260 BENJAMIN & SON A1 TOWING WANTED Junk cars, vans & trucks. Top $ paid . 517-372-9737
p lic auction or venue for purposes of satisfying the amounts due and unpaid on said Mortgage, together with all allowable costs of sale and includable attorney fees, the lands and premises in said Mortgage mentioned and described as follows: SITUATED IN THE CITY OF EAST LANSING, COUNTY OF INGHAM, STATE OF MICHIGAN: Lot 19, Lantern Hill Subdivision, City of East Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan, as recorded in Liber 15 of plats, page 39, Ingham County Records. Commonly known as: 815 Knoll, East Lansing, Michigan 48823. The period within which the above premises may be redeemed shall expire six (6) months from the date of sale, unless determined abandoned in accordance with M.C.L.A. Sec. 600.3241a, in which case the redemption period shall be 30 days from the time of such sale.
pe with the court regarding the following minor ERIC LEE, Minor who was born on 11/24/2009. The mother of the minor is ERICA DATRICE LEE. If you are or may be the natural father, you should appear at 313 W Kalamazoo, Veterans Memorial Courthouse, Courtroom IV, Lansing, MI 48933 on MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 2010 at 9:00 AM to state any interest you may have in the minor. Failure to appear at this hearing is a denial of interest in the minor, 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 PERMANENT TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
ing est in the minor, waiver of notice for all subsequent hearing, and a waiver of a right to appointment of an attorney. Failure to appear at this hearing COULD RESULT IN PERMANENT TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS
TO: Bryse Zackarie Voorhees, dob 7/23/2002 and Breeann Marie Voorhees, dob 1/3/2007 TAKE NOTICE: A petition has been filed with this court regarding the following minor Bryse Zackarie Voorhees, dob 7/23/2002, and Breeann Marie Voorhees, dob 1/3/2007, who were both born at Hayes Green Beach Hospital in Charlotte, Michigan. The mother of the minor is Amber Marie Voorhees. If you are or may be the natural father, you should appear at 1045 Independence Boulevard, Charlotte, MI on August 9, 2010 at 8:30 a.m. to state any interest you may have in the minor. Failure to appear at this hearing is a denial of interest in the minor, 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 PERMANENT TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
Dated: June 1, 2010 MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION of East Lansing, Michigan, Mortgagee
STATE OF MICHIGAN 30TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FAMILY DIVISION INGHAM COUNTY PUBLICATION OF HEARING NOTICE TO PUTATIVE FA THER
HCN/ICCN-837449 7/4/10 STATE OF MICHIGAN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FAMILY DIVISION EATON COUNTY PUBLICATION OF HEARING (NOTICE TO PUTATIVE FA THER) CASE NO 10-17643-NA PETITION NO 2010-01
CASE NO 70401-3-NA FOSTER, SWIFT, COLLINS & PETITION NO. SMITH, P.C. 10-1011-NA Benjamin J. Price Attorneys for Mortgagee IN THE MATTER OF: 313 S. Washington Square KRISTANNA DIANE Lansing, MI 48933 TREMBLAY, Minor Child (517) 371-8100 TAKE NOTICE: A petition has been filed ICCN-828621 with this court regarding the 6/6, 13, 20, 27/10-7/4/10 following minor: KRISTYANNA DIANE STATE OF MICHIGAN TREMBLAY who was born on 30TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 6/11/2009 at Unknown. FAMILY DIVISION The mother of the minor(s) INGHAM COUNTY is TIFFANY TREMBLAY. If you are or may be the natuPUBLICATION OF HEARING NOTICE TO PUTATIVE FA - ral father, you should appear at 30th Judicial Circuit THER Court Family Division Juvenile, Veterans Memorial CASE NO Courthouse, 313 W Kalama- ICCN-838182 68195-4-NA zoo Street, 2nd Floor- 7/4, 11, 18/10 PETITION NO Courtroom 1, Lansing, MI 09-2193-NA 48933 on Tuesday, July 20, 2010 at 8:45 A.M. before It’s not too late to ﬁnd a IN THE MATTER OF ERIC JUDGE R GEORGE ECONOMY, buyer for your camping gear. LEE, Minor TAKE NOTICE: THE PUTA- to state any interest you See SourceAds.com may have in the minor. TIVE FATHER OF THE MINOR Failure to appear at this or Call LCN Toll Free 877.475.SELL A petition has been filed hearing is a denial of inter-
LESLIE TOWNSHIP 4279 Oak St. Leslie, MI 49251
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedent’s Estate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedent’s Estate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedent’s Estate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedent’s Estate
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Estate of MARY J COSTELLO, DECEASED Date of birth: 1/27/1927 TO ALL CREDITORS:* NOTICE TO CREDITORS: The decedent, MARY J COSTELLO, DECEASED, who lived at 2801 PALMER STREET, LANSING, Michigan died 4/13/2010. Creditors of the decedent are notified that all claims against the estate will be forever barred unless presented to JOSEPH S COSTELLO, named personal representative or proposed personal representative, or to both the probate court at 313 W. Kalamazoo Street, Lansing, MI 48933 and the named/proposed personal representative within 4 months after the date of publication of this notice.
Estate of Jill L Elfenbein Date of birth: 6/13/1951 TO ALL CREDITORS:* NOTICE TO CREDITORS: The decedent, Jill L Elfenbein, who lived at 1750 Shadywood Lane, Okemos, Michigan died 5/6/2010. Creditors of the decedent are notified that all claims against the estate will be forever barred unless presented to Sara Reis, named personal representative or proposed personal representative, or to both the probate court at 313 Kalamazoo., Lansing, MI 48933 and the named/proposed personal representative within 4 months after the date of publication of this notice.
Estate of Helen Jean Rathbone, deceased Date of Birth: 2/19/1921 TO ALL CREDITORS: * NOTICE TO CREDITORS: The decedent, Helen Jean Rathbone, who lived at 1993 Sandhill Road, Mason, Michigan died 3/17/2010 Creditors of the decedent are notified that all claims against the estate will be forever barred unless presented to Ward Rathbone, named personal representative or proposed personal representative, or to both the probate court at 313 W Kalamazoo St., Lansing, MI and the named/proposed personal representative within 4 months after the date of publication of this notice.
Estate of James Weaver Date of birth: 4-19-57 TO ALL CREDITORS:* NOTICE TO CREDITORS: The decedent, James Weaver, who lived at 2163 Kinneville Rd., Leslie, Michigan died 2-26-2010. Creditors of the decedent are notified that all claims against the estate will be forever barred unless presented to Laurie Weaver, named personal representative or proposed personal representative, or to both the probate court at 313 W. Kalamazoo Street, Lansing, MI 48933 and the named/proposed personal representative within 4 months after the date of publication of this notice. Dated: 6/28/2010 Laurie Weaver 2163 Kinneville Rd Leslie, MI 49251
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JOSEPH S COSTELLO 3560 BRANDY LANE OLIVET, MI 269-749-8013 ICCN-837466’ 7/4/10
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The Ingham Township July 2010 Board of Review will meet Tuesday, July 20th at 10:00 AM at the Ingham Township Hall, 1420 Johnson Street, Dansville, MI for the purpose of correcting clerical error or mutual mistakes of fact or changes to homestead changes or qualified ag exemptions only. Also changes of mathematical computation relating to the assessing of taxes.
7/4, 11, 18/10
BOARD OF TRUSTEES SYNOPSIS OF PROPOSED MINUTES
Regular meeting, June 9, 2010, 6:00 p.m. Members present: Wade, Vickers, Henney, Pallottini and Feazel Members absent: None Approved 5/12/10 minutes Received Treasurers report on fund balances as of 5/31/10 Approved disbursements in the amount of $36,302.71 Adopted Ordinance 10.6-1-Amendment to Ordinance 94.1-1-Fire Protection Service and Fees Approved Budget Amendments Appointed Cemetery Board At Large Member Approved Resolution 09-10-12-Honoring the Stockbridge Area Anniversary Celebration Received reports Adjourned 7:19 p.m. Sheryl Feazel, Clerk ICCN-837734
Ward Rathbone 2903 Lybarger St., S.E. Olympia, WA 98501 360-970-1041 ICCN-837436 7/4/10 STATE OF MICHIGAN PROBATE COURT COUNTY OF INGHAM NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedent’s Estate FILE NO. 10-45-DA
p sented to James F Ingison, named personal representative or proposed personal representative, or to both the probate court at 313 W. Kalamazoo Street, Lansing, MI 48933 and the named/proposed personal representative within 4 months after the date of publication of this notice. 6/28/2010 Scott L Sanders P24124 228 S Cochran PO BOX H Charlotte, MI 48813 517-543-2770 James F Ingison 640 Casler Road Charlotte, M I48813 517-543-7587
Estate of BRUCE TIMOTHY ICCN-837633 NELSON, Deceased Date of 7/4/10 birth: 6/30/1949 TO ALL CREDITORS:* NOTICE TO CREDITORS: Planning an Auction? The decedent, Bruce Timothy Nelson, who lived at See SourceAds.com 1815 Boston Blvd., Lansing, Michigan died 5/5/2009 or Call LCN Toll Free Creditors of the decedent are notified that all claims 877.475.SELL against the estate will be forever barred unless pre-
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES AND FEES ORDINANCE
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 94.1-1, THE SAME BEING AN ORDINANCE PURSUANT TO PA 1951, NO. 33, AS AMENDED (MCL 41.108 ET SEQ) TO PROVIDE A BASIS FOR AND COLLECTION OF FEES FOR FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES PERFORMED WITHIN THE TOWNSHIP AND TO AMEND SECTION 1 THEREOF RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF FEES AND SERVICES RENDERED TO PROVIDE FOR THE MODIFICATION OF SUCH FEES BY RESOLUTION OF THE TOWNSHIP BOARD AND TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE HEREOF. The Township of Leslie, Ingham County, Michigan ordains: SECTION 1. AMENDMENT OF SECTION 1 OF ORDINANCE NO. 94.1-1, "ESTABLISHMENT OF FEES." Section 1 of Ordinance No. 94.1-1, "Establishment of Fees," shall be and is hereby amended to provide as follows: 1. "Establishment of Fees." That all owners of real and personal property, including motor vehicles, receiving fire protection services pertaining to said property and rendered to occupants of such property within the Township of Leslie shall remit to the Township the actual cost thereof. Said funds shall be used to defray the cost of operating and housing equipment, labor, and/or contracting for fire protection by the Township. "Fire protection services" within the context of this Ordinance shall include all responses of fire service providers on behalf of the Township, including responses to prevent fires, explosions and the spread of fire from one place to another, gas leaks, protection from downed electrical power lines, and the response of emergency personnel and emergency medical personnel in connection therewith. SECTION 2. OTHER PROVISIONS TO REMAIN IN EFFECT Except as specifically modified herein, all other provisions of Ordinance No. 94.1-1 shall remain in full force and effect. SECTION 3. EFFECTIVE DATE This Ordinance shall become effective immediately upon its adoption and publication as required by law. LESLIE TOWNSHIP Dallas Henney, Supervisor Sheryl Feazel, Clerk I, Sheryl Feazel, Clerk of the Township of Leslie, hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance was adopted on the 9th day of June, 2010 and published on the 4th day of July, 2010. ICCN-837735
July 4, 2010
Notice is hereby given that the Public Accuracy Test for the August 3, 2010 Primary Election has been scheduled for Monday, July 13, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. in the Aurelius Township Hall, 1939 S. Aurelius Road, Mason, Michigan. The Public Accuracy Test is conducted to determine that the program and the computer being used to tabulate the results of the election, counts the votes in the manner prescribed by the law. Shelly Heaviland Aurelius Township Clerk
George A. Sullivan (P21139) 160 E. Ash St., PO Box 147 Mason, MI 48854 (517) 676-2002
LESLIE TOWNSHIP 4279 Oak St. Leslie, MI 49251
LESLIE TOWNSHIP INGHAM COUNTY , MICHIGAN ORDINANCE NO. 10.6-1
Budget hearing meeting, June 16, 2010, 6:23 p.m. Approved 6/22/09 minutes Reviewed 2010-2011 proposed budget Adjourned 6:34 p.m.
Sara Reis 2876 Beechwood Blvd Pittsburgh, PA 15217 412-508-1679
INGHAM TOWNSHIP JULY 2010 BOARD OF REVIEW
Annual Meeting, June 16, 2010, 6:07 p.m. Approved 6/22/09 minutes Adjourned 6:22 p.m.
LAWRENCE P. SCHWEITZER P36412 523 W IONIA STREET LANSING, MI48933 517-853-1604
Melissa K. Allen P-51908 12800 Escanaba Drive, Ste F DeWitt, MI 48820 517-669-1078
Written comment can be sent to Ingham Township, POB 238, Dansville, MI Wayne L. Kinne Ingham Township Supervisor and Assessor
ANNUAL MEETING & BUDGET HEARING SYNOPSIS OF PROPOSED MINUTES
Dated:JUNE 22, 2010
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L&L Food Centers
Big Animals Small Animals Mascots Face Painting Bounce Houses Frozen Treats Lots of Family Fun and More!
at Lansing’s Potter Park Zoo
Tuesday, July 13 and Wednesday, July 14 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Come Visit o rs b h ig e n l a im y o ur A n only at oo! Potter Park Z FREE SHUTTLE FROM MSU!
Avoid construction on Pennsylvania Ave. and long lines. New this year Dean Transportation’s free shuttle service from MSU Commuter lot on Mount Hope Ave. every 15 minutes.
1 donation for admission tickets available at L&L Food Centers.
July 4, 2010