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Bike enthusiasm uncurbed Schools make Bicyclists take exam progress

to road for Women on Wheels tour By CHRISTIE BLECK

“As long as it was warm, it wasn’t bad in the rain.” – Julie Galbavi, Women on Wheels participant

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MASON — Julie Galbavi of Lansing starting cycling a year ago. Like many beginning athletes, she wants to work her way up to better performance. Participating in the 30th Annual Women on Wheels bicycle tour on July 24 was one step toward this goal. The tour, which emphasized providing a welcoming environment for women and novice riders to develop confidence in their road-riding skills, departed from Mason High School and separated into three routes measuring 17, 32 and 50 miles. The weather didn’t completely cooperate on tour day, with rain falling on the participants. The event drew about 150 registered riders, according to Adreah Saxton, ride director. Saxton said the rain kept away the riders, who usually number about 400, away this year. “This is unusual for us to have the weather we did,” said Katie Donnelly, tour spokesperson. That didn’t stop Galbavi from riding. “As long as it was warm, it wasn’t bad in the rain,”

said Galbavi, who also liked the “fruit stops” along the way. The event was organized by the Tri-County Bicycle Association, based in Lansing. TCBA also hosts the Dick Allen Lansing to Mackinaw (DALMAC) tour held annually over Labor Day weekend. Proceeds from the DALMAC tour have allowed The DALMAC Fund to grant over $900,000 to bicycledrelated groups and causes in the state since 1975.

Longtime rider The tour also wasn’t just for women only. Bob Gibbs of Okemos rode — which probably wasn’t surprising, given that he’s cycled for 80 years. That’s eight decades, which included Gibbs riding on bicycles with wooden rims in the early years. Gibbs, who will turn 92 this September, typically rides five miles every evening. He likes the physical effects that riding a bike can afford.

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Bob Gibbs, 91, takes part in the Women on Wheels tour, which started from Mason High School. “It lets you breathe eas- en on Wheels event. ier,” Gibbs said. “I like agriculture,” Of course, there are vi- Gibbs said. sual advantages to riding “I like to see what’s in tours such as the Wom- growing.”

MASON — The latest Michigan Merit Exam results overall were good for local school districts. Statewide, high school juniors each spring take the test, which includes the ACT college entrance test. For Mason Public Schools, 55.6 percent met or exceeded Michigan standards in math, while 72.2 percent met or exceeded reading standards. Other results were: science, 65.5 percent; social students, 85 percent; and writing, 49.6 percent. According to Mark Dillingham, former assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction and as of Aug. 1 the new superintendent, reading was up 6 percent from last year. Writing was the same, math and social studies were down slightly (3 percent) and science was up 1 percent. “One-year changes of 3 percent, higher or lower, are commonplace,” Dillingham said. “More statistically significant are the 4 percent, higher or lower, movements, like reading this year.”

Emphasis on reading Dillingham said reading will be emphasized this year,

and a focus will continue on writing through K-12. The district, he noted, has developed new school improvement plans at the district and building levels in which deficiencies or gaps in all core curriculum disciplines will be targeted. Dillingham said the district also will starts to align its curriculum in language arts and mathematics to the new Common Core Standards, which were adopted by the Michigan Board of Education recently as part of the federal “Race to the Top” initiative. For Leslie Public Schools, the results for meeting or exceeding standards were: math, 54.4 percent; reading, 67.5 percent; science, 57.5 percent; social studies, 80 percent; and writing, 46.9 percent. Bruce Barbour, director of curriculum instruction for the district, said Leslie is at the state average — 58 percent — in science and above the state average in the other areas. “Last year, we were above the state average only in social studies,” Barbour said. “We are pleased with the progress we are making, but know we still have a ways to go to be where we want to be.” For Dansville, the results were: math, 47.8 percent; reading, 67.2 percent; science, 67.2 percent; social studies, 83.6 percent; and writing, 50.8 percent.

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News in brief St. James Run/Walk Aug. 14-15

Hero Award sought

St. James Catholic Church in Mason is holding a Parish Festival and Camino of St. James 8K Run/5K Walk on Aug. 14-15. Join in for hot air balloon launches, kids’ activities, auction, food, entertainment, and outdoor masses. Activities run from 1-10 p.m. on Aug. 14 and 8 a.m.-1 p.m. on Aug. 15. For more information and for registration forms, visit www.stjamesmason. catholicweb.com.

Ingham Regional Healthcare Foundation, in partnership with local first responders, has launched its “TriCounty Hero Award” to recognize the heroism of emergency responders from Ingham, Eaton and Clinton counties. Nominations are being accepted now through Aug. 7. Winners will be announced at a special tribute event on Sept. 11. Visit irmc.org/foundation to download a nomination form. Each of the three winners will also be presented with a $2,500 check from Ingham Regional Medical Center to be used for equipment needs.

Volunteers needed for Run/Walk event

MAHS meeting to focus on city’s early merchants The Faces of Mason’s Early Merchants is the title of the Monday, Aug. 2 meeting of the Mason Area Historical Society (MAHS). Sandy Perry, MAHS board member, will discuss her research into the businesses that have been in Mason over the years. The society will meet at 7 p.m. at the historical museum, 200 E. Oak St. The public is invited.

Impression 5 to hold carnival birthday Aug. 13 Get ready for the science of carnivals and celebrate Impression 5’s 38th birthday on Friday, Aug. 13 from 6-9 p.m. At Impression 5’s annual summer celebration, sponsored by Lansing Urgent Care, explore the science behind classic carnival attractions, take part in carnival-style games and enjoy birthday treats all evening. Admission for members and adults is free. Each child will receive 10 carnival tickets to redeem for games and food. Admission is $5 for children 2 years and older and includes 10 tickets. Reserve your spot by calling (517) 485-8116, ext. 32.

Lansing Clippers to hold meeting Aug. 9 The Aug. 9 meeting of The American Sewing Guild Lansing Clippers features a trunk show of garments created from patterns by Canadian designer Linda MacPhee. 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. There will also be an opportunity

Volunteers are needed for the Camino of St. James 8K Run and 5K Walk on Sunday, Aug. 15. Positions include registration and packet pickup, course marshals, aid stations and course timers, finish line and cleanup. Volunteers will receive a free T-shirt. Register at www.caminost james.com.

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First top Caregiver Howard Becker presents the Outstanding Caregiver Award to Christina Moore, a caregiver at the Green Acres assisted living facility in Mason, while administrator Perri Rendon (center) looks on. Mason Kiwanis Golden K has installed a recognition program for individuals in the Mason community who have distinguished themselves by serving people in daily care and in beneficial ways. The Golden K award will be routinely presented to individuals designated as notable examples of service performance.

Ice cream social Aug. 8

Chapter 150 O.E.S. will hold an ice cream social from 2-5 p.m. Aug. 8 at the Mason Masonic Center 840 E. Columbia Road. Proceeds from this event will benefit its scholarship fund. Each year, one graduating senior from Mason, Leslie, Dansville and Holt high schools receive a scholarship from to win a sewing machine. Visitors woods. Be sure to bring work gloves. the chapter. Cost: adults, $4; children are always welcome; for more in- All ages welcome. under 10, $2. formation, contact Joyce Savage at (517) 641-6876 or visit http:// Nutrition and weight Animal control collecting lansingclippers.com/.

loss classes start Aug. 3 Marriage retreat set for St. items to help wildlife VFW Post 7309 and the Ladies Ingham County Animal Control is Francis in DeWitt gathering much needed supplies for Auxiliary are having a spaghetti dinA marriage retreat called Retrouvaille (French for rediscovery) will be held Aug. 13-15 at St. Francis Retreat Center, 703 E. Main St., DeWitt. For confidential information or to register, visit www.retrouvaille.org or www.HelpOurMarriage.com or call Retrouvaille of Lansing, 1-800470-2230.

ICC Volunteer Day to be held Aug. 7 Ingham Conservation Center Volunteer Day will be 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 7 at the Glassen Education Center, 1032 Dexter Trail, Mason. Dress for the weather and the

animal victims of the oil spill in the Kalamazoo River. Needed items include: non-flavored Pedialyte, vanilla-flavored Ensure, towels with no snags, empty spray bottles and Tupperware containers with lids in either rectangular or square shapes. Bring items to the Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter, 600 Curtis St., Mason. The volunteers will get the items to Marshall where a command post has been set up to receive donations. For more information, call (517) 676-8376 Supplies will be delivered to The Crossroads Church at 717 Old US-127 , Marshall.

ner from 5-8 p.m. Aug. 13 at 1243 Hull Road, Mason.. The dinner will include garlic bread, salad, desserts and a drink. The cost is $6 per person ($4 for children ages 6-12 and free for those 5 and under). Proceeds will benefit veterans programs. The next dinner is set for Aug. 27. Call (517) 676-3181 for further details.

Blood drives set for Aug. 19 American Red Cross blood drives will be from 11:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m. Aug. 19 at St. James Catholic Church, 1010 S. Lansing St., Mason, and from 1-6:45 p.m. that day at Stockbridge Presbyterian Church, 101 S. Center St. Call 1-800-REDCROSS to donate.

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Jim Harvey, recently retired superintendent of Mason Public Schools, is honored at a Kiwanis Club of Mason breakfast on July 20 in the new city hall community room. Harvey, a member of the Promise Scholarship board, received $500 from the Lions Club for the program.

MASON — The Ingham County Road Commission is planning a traffic study for the intersection of Barnes and Edgar roads. The study comes after a July 16 fatal accident at the Aurelius Townshi intersection. Killed in a two-vehicle collision was Mason High School sophomore Sarah Caltrider, who died the following day. Bill Conklin, managing director of the road commission, said the traffic study will evaluate the possibility of a four-way stop at the site. The study will include traffic counts on all four approaches to the intersection. The timeline was not specified, according to Conklin.

“We’re preferably looking to do it in the fall when construction projects are done,” Conklin said. The commission currently is short on staff, he said, but it’s possible temporary staff will come on board later this summer. Conklin said that if internal staff handled the traffic study, the cost would be included in the budget. If the study were to be handled by an outside source, he estimated the cost at $5,000-$10,000. Jean Bement, a city resident who until October 2009 lived near the intersection, wrote in a letter to the road commission, “Because I lived in the area for so long, I am still very cognizant and cautious when approaching this intersection. “While I don’t have the all the accident details and do not know any of the those involved personally, I believe that a four-way stop may have prevented this tragic ac-

cident or at least lessened the chances of a fatality.” Conklin responded by saying that if stop signs or other controls that aren’t warranted are put up, experience has shown that drivers routinely disobey them. Then drivers on the side road may have a false sense of security that main road drivers will notice and obey the main road signs. “For example, if unwarranted, unexpected stop signs were placed on a main road at a low-volume side road, a side road driver could stop and then proceed immediately if he or she were the first vehicle to arrive, assuming that the main road vehicle would stop for their (main road) stop sign,” Conklin wrote. However, the main road driver arriving at about the same time, and not usually seeing traffic on the side road — and thus being in the hab-

it of not making a complete stop at this and similar locations — could go through and hit the side road vehicle that had the legal right to proceed, he said. Four-way stops, then, could introduce different, but just as serious, hazards, Conklin pointed out. He also wrote that twoway stops, on the other hand, put all the responsibility for stopping, and not proceeding until safe to do so, to only one of two drivers arriving at the intersection simultaneously. This, Conklin noted, would avoid a possible accident resulting from confusion about who has the right to proceed. A “cause” page on Facebook entitled “4 Way Stop on Barnes and Edgar Road!” has been created, with more than 500 members as of press time.

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MASON — The Capital Area District Library on the Aug. 3 ballot will ask voters to renew its current millage of 1.56 mills for four more years. The current millage expired on Dec. 31, 2009. According to CADL, the

millage is a renewal, not an increase. Because of falling property values, funding for CADL already has decreased, requiring CADL to reduce its 2009 and 2010 budgets. If the millage doesn’t pass, the 13 CADL branches as well as its bookmobile would close on Jan. 3, 2011, and would remain closed until operating funding is approved.

However, Sheryl Bass, head librarian at the Mason Library, is confident that the millage will be renewed. Bass said the message about supporting the millage is getting out to library patrons, but that’s “preaching to the choir” regarding the issue. She also has been canvassing the town to drum

up support. “It seems pretty positive,” Bass said. “I’m personally optimistic about it.” Barb Keeler, Leslie Library head librarian, said she hasn’t heard one way or the other about local sentiment toward the millage renewal. However, she noted that the library patrons obviously are in favor of it. Aurelius Library head li-

brarian Jennifer DeGroat also had kind words for that branch’s users as well as the community at large. “Aurelius Township has always been supportive of our library,” DeGroat said. For an Ingham County resident who owns a home with a taxable value of $50,000 and a market value of $100,000, the 1.56-millage

rate would be about $78 a year. About 90 percent of CADL’s funding comes from tax dollars through a millage. The millage would not fund building, remodeling or expanding library facilities as local municipalities provide these items for their respective branches.

Mason soccer teams to host golf fundraiser MASON — The Mason High School boys and girls soccer teams will host their third annual golf outing/ fundraiser on Aug. 21 at Eagle View Golf Club. The event will raise funds for uniforms and equipment and to improve the soccer

facilities. The cost of the event is $70 per person and includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, lunch and a steak dinner. There will be contests (longest drive, closest to the pin, etc.) plus raffle prizes, a live auction and prizes for

the winning team, including a hot air balloon ride. The varsity level sponsorship ($250) will have a hole sponsorship recognition sign posted at one of

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LESLIE — Dozens of yard sales will take place Aug. 13-14 throughout Leslie during a community-wide event. Sponsored by the Leslie Area Chamber of Commerce, about 60 sales will feature a multitude of items, organizer Marie Charnley said.

Charnley said the number of yard sales expected for the Friday and Saturday event are much more than expected. “It’s going to be a big deal that weekend,” Charnley said. Items expected to be for sale, she said, include older John Deere toys, an antique sewing machine, a Moped, books, DVDs and a side-by-

side refrigerator. Charnley said the sales will begin at 9 a.m., with no particular closing time set. “I tried to have as few rules as possible,” she said. Charnley also said the community yard sale is a way for people to “just get to know our small town.” For more information, contact Charnley at (517) 589-8612.

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Also, an instructor-signed completion Monthly Meeting, Michigan for old and new members who designer handbags, shoes, jewelry, card at the end of the class. Space United Conservation, 2101 Wood would like to curl beginning in small appliances, home accents, is limited. Call the Lansing Safety St, Lansing, 6:30 p.m. Aug. 4. the fall. Organizers are currently glassware, collectibles, books and Council to register. Info: 394-4614. Info: 627-5936, negotiating for ice time at more. Donations welcome during Cost: $5. www.midmichiganphotoclub.com. Suburban Ice Arena. Membership shop hours. Proceeds go to " EPO Childbirth Class, fees and other costs are still Sparrow Hospice Services. Thrifty Greater Lansing Area, ongoing. being finalized. Go online for more Sparrow also works in partnership FESTIVALS Expectant Parents Organization: information or e-mail with EVE Inc. Info: 364-7185. Ingham County Fair, Ingham Labor & Delivery and Newborn info@lansingcurls.org. Info: County Fairgrounds, 700 E. Ash Care and Feeding Combo Series www.lansingcurls.org. HEALTH St., Mason, Aug. 2-7. This 156th for first-time parents are held Dr. Aajay Shah Friends annual fair includes carnival rides, CHILDREN’S in several Lansing/East Lansing and Family CPR classes, livestock auction, grandstand locations. Other classes available Mid-Michigan Heart Group, 2134 ACTIVITIES shows, petting zoo, pony rides, include eLearning, Breastfeeding Hampton Place, Okemos, call for truck and tractor pulls, motorcross, Route 254 Vacation Bible class, Parents Expecting Multiples, times and classes, ongoing. Classes children’s activities, Bingo, Circle School, Mason First Church Refresher Series, Teen Series and held Mondays through Thursdays 11 of Life exhibit, demolition derby, Of Nazarene, 415 E. Maple St., Sibling class. Classes are held a.m. and 5:30 pm. Call to register. chainsaw woodcarver shows and Mason, 6-7:45 p.m. Wednesdays weekday evenings and Saturdays. Info: 347-3000. Cost: $25. auction, free entertainment and through Aug. 25. Register online Call or go online to register. Info: Preventing Burnout with more. Info: 676-2428, or by phone. Info: 676-5680, 337-7365, www.epobaby.org. Cost: Holistic Energy Care www.inghamfair.org. Cost: $8, $5 masonnaz.org. Call for more information.. Course, Self Realization for children 3-12 and seniors 62 and Toddler Science Days Self Defense Workshop for Meditation Healing Centre, 7187 older includes grandstand shows, Series, Impression 5 Science Women, Women’s Center of Drumheller Road, Bath, 6:45-8:30 free for kids 2 and younger, $45 Center, 200 Museum Drive, Greater Lansing, 1710 E. Michigan p.m. Thursdays in August. Runs mega-pass includes carnival ride Lansing, 9:30-10:30 a.m. Ave., Lansing, 6-8 p.m. Aug. 5. the first four Thursday evenings in wristband good for all six days. Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Designed for girls over the age of 13 August. This is a course for health Saturdays, June 16-Aug. 28. to learn how to defend themselves Island Art Fair, Island Park, care professionals, complementary Grand Ledge, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Aug. 7. Registration required by phone. and control situations, recognize practitioners, carers, teachers, The 37th annual art fair, sponsored Enroll in single session or all 11 dangers and learn techniques to voluntary workers and all people by Ledge Craft Lane, features weeks. Space is limited to 12 disable and hurt an attacker. Taught workers who wish to deepen their 128 artists and crafters, food for children per daily session. For more by an experienced martial arts understanding and care for their purchase, music and more. Held information or for a complete list instructor who is a member of own energy, thus enhancing both rain or shine. Info: 627-9843, of Toddler Science Day themes visit the Capital Area Response Effort their work with others and their www.ledgecraftlane.com. Cost: website. 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Letter to the editor Fans of Sean Sean Pecinovsky, a 2010 graduate of Mason High School, stepped up to lead Mason’s Independence Day Parade as the tall “Uncle Sam.” The extreme heat never weighed in his decision to help. Sean is an honor student and also received his Eagle Scout Award in a ceremony on July 27 at St. James Catholic Church in Mason. We are extremely proud to know this very fine young man. Susan Morgan Kelley for LSJ Media Art and Joan Good Mason Sean Pecinovsky, a 2010 graduate of Mason High

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Sports brief Baseball tryouts set Diamonds Sports Training Academy of Grand Rapids will sponsor a Greater Lansing-area based U14 travel team for the 2011 season. Tryouts will be held from 6-8 p.m. Saturdays, Aug. 1 and 8, at the DeWitt 14U field.

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Students place in trades event New pastor at • Leroy Aseltine-Moray (Okemos) placed fourth for Oxyfuel Welding and Cutting. • Bram Ritsema (Stockbridge valedictorian) placed fourth for Overall Welding. MITES state competition. • Ian Schaffer (Holt) placed second for the creation of a stool. • Ritsema received an honorable mention. “Participating in these competitions is a great way for students to gain exposure and hear back from experts in their field about their work,” said Jeff Grossman, welding instructor. Students voluntarily participate in these competitions to gain experience in project management, product development and overall workmanship. — From the Ingham Intermediate School District

church helm WILLIAMSTON — Crossroads United Methodist Church welcomes its new pastor, Rev. Ellen Zienert of Mason, who officially began her appointment to the church July 1. Pastor Ellen also serves as pastor of Chapel Hill United Methodist Church, East Lansing, on a twopoint charge. To accommodate the two churches’ Rev. Ellen Zienert schedules, services will begin at 9:30 a.m. at Crossroads starting Courtesy photo July 11, with fellowship at 10:30 a.m. and Sunday school Bram Ritsema (Stockbridge valedictorian) is the at 11 a.m. fourth-place finisher for overall welding at the AWS The church is located at state competition and received an honorable mention the corner of Haslett and Zimmer roads east of Haslett in the MITES state competition.

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MASON — Students in the welding program at the Capital Area Career Center participate in three competitions each year: Skills USA, American Welding Society (AWS), and MITES (Michigan Industrial and Trade Education Society). The Skills USA competition was at held at Washtenaw Community College on April 3, AWS at Ferris State University on May 7 and the MITES state competition on May 8 at Lake Superior State University. Several students from the Capital Area Career Center competed and placed well in their area of expertise. Skills USA Team Competition • Wesley Mays and Evan Hart (Dansville) and Ian Shaffer (Holt) placed second in the state Skills USA team competition for their creation of a stool. AWS State Competition

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Mason student takes trip to Shiga, Japan By CHRISTIE BLECK cbleck@lsj.com

MASON — She had to wait a year, but Mason High School senior Lauren Waltz finally made it to Shiga, Japan. Waltz had been scheduled to travel to the Asian country in 2009 as part of the Michigan-Shiga Student Exchange Program conducted through Michigan State University. However, the H1N1 threat canceled the trip. Waltz, though, didn’t face that obstacle this year, and on July

9 returned from Shiga after spending about two and a half weeks there. “It was so fun,” Waltz said. “Everything over there is just beautiful.” What struck Waltz was the physical beauty, with the ever-present mountains and “perfect” trees. “Everything was just intricate,” Waltz said. Japanese behavior also differed from American behavior in at least one way, according to Waltz.In Shiga, residents greeted everyone. “We don’t do that here,” Waltz said. “We say, ‘good

morning,’ but not to everyone.” Waltz lived with a family of three, plus went to school, both of which taught her a lot about Japanese culture. For one thing, according to Waltz, Shiga residents rode bicycles everywhere. That meant she had to ride to school, a one-hour trip — in 90-degree weather — wearing a school uniform. “I was exhausted from jet lag,” Waltz said. “I just had no desire to move.” Finally, Waltz ended up being driven to school, a trip

that still took 45-50 minutes because of heavy traffic. There were local quirks, such as the grooves on the bridge at Lake Biwa playing the “Lake Biwa Song” as her bus was driven over it. It also was often hot and humid. “They didn’t use air conditioning a lot,” Waltz said. However, that might be because of the local culture’s emphasis on energy conservation and recycling. Waltz said that in public, there were individual trash cans for bottles, cans, trash, etc., unlike the American re-

ceptacles used for all discarded items. “You had to separate everything,” she said. That concern for conservation carried over into other parts of their lifestyles. “Even the little things in their life — they don’t waste anything,” Waltz said. Waltz and her family will welcome a Japanese foreign exchange student, Hiroshi Furuhashi, in their home in September. That student will get a taste of American culture and how Mason residents live day

to day. Local cuisine might have a particular appeal to Furuhashi as he plans to be a chef. He also is allergic to “flat fishes and yellow tails,” which might not be a problem in the Waltz household. “I don’t think I’ve ever seen those in the store,” said Lauren’s mother, Lynda LaLonde. Either way, Waltz was glad she experienced Shiga. “I just think their lifestyle is admirable in a way,” she said. “I liked it. I want to go back someday.”

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The Mason Rotary Club is club host for foreign exchange student Arina Mazzoli Serafino of Brazil for the 2009-2010 school year. Previous Rotary Youth Exchange student Ingrid Nova was recently inducted as a new Mason Rotarian. Pictured are Arina Mazzoli Serafino, left, and Ingrid Nova.

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Area library seeks voter support on Aug. 3 If you are a registered voter in Ingham County, please be aware of an important vote coming up this week that affects all the libraries in Capital Area District Library (CADL) system. Many of you are aware that almost 90 percent of CADL’s funding comes from At the property taxes, collected as library a millage. Our current millage has expired, and in orBarb der for the library to remain Keeler 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 bookmo-

bile 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 Tuesday, Aug. 3. For more information, please visit cadl.org/millage, or pick up a brochure at the library. The value a library provides to communities is substantial, but it can also be measured in terms of savings for individual users. To get some idea of the value the library provides you and your family, check out the calculator on our Web site (cadl.org/calculator). It allows you to determine what your out-of-pocket costs would be if you purchased certain goods and services at retail prices. For example, a family that in one month’s time checks out eight books, eight DVDs, one audiobook and one magazine, plus attends one children’s program and logs in four hours on library computers, has used $253 worth of library services. That adds up to more than $3,000 in one year! The library offers a great return on a small investment, even for

those who are not weekly or monthly users. One of our most popular value-adds is our Summer Reading Program for kids and teens. This season’s program is approaching its end, with Aug. 14 as the last day to claim prizes. But that doesn’t mean use of the library should end! We’re available year round, 24/7. As a reminder of the many activities, materials and opportunities we offer, stop in and pick up one of my “CADL is Your Lifesaver” bookmarks. Then let us help you sign up for a computer class, learn to download eBooks or eAudiobooks, learn to place a book on hold, and much more. We want you to be comfortable using our library both in person and online. The Leslie Library, a CADL, is located at 201 Pennsylvania St. For information about our hours, programs or services, call (517) 589-9400 or visit cadl.org. Barb Keeler is the head librarian at the Leslie Library.

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Steele Street suspicions July 20: Officers responded to a suspicious person complaint on Steele Street. A caller reported two suspects were sitting outside a building, possibly sharing a marijuana “joint,” and that they may have entered the building. The officers arrived and could not find the duo, but did locate an open door. Investigation found the building undisturbed, and the matter was relayed to a staff member.

Probationer problems July 20: An officer was called to the 55th District Court Probation Department for trouble with an intoxicated probationer who had a history of combative behavior directed toward police officers. By the time the officer arrived, a deputy and trooper were already escorting the suspect into a courtroom to appear on a contempt of court charge after producing a .07 percent breath-alcohol level during a breath test given by the probation officer. When the suspect denied to the judge that he had consumed any alcohol, a breathalyzer test was ordered. If the results were substantiated, the suspect was to start serving 30 days. The judge then ordered the case turned over to the

Other evidence validated the vehicle had not been moved in a very long time, including — as it was being towed away — the heavily corroded exhaust system, which fell off the car onto the street. The property owner received a 10-day warning for the remainder of the code violations, after which a follow-up investigation will be conducted.

Mailbox, post damaged July 22: An officer was called to the 600 block of Okemos where vandals had damaged a mailbox. The mailbox and post had been struck by an unknown force, detaching the box from the post, damaging them both.

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July 22: An officer was dispatched to the 55th District Court parking lot for a report that a drunk driver had struck a pole. The officer determined no alcohol was involved, but the driver did act lethargic and claimed to be medicated for various personal issues. The driver was turned over to the East Sycamore junkyard probation officer for possible violation of probation as a reJuly 21: The code enforcement officer responded to an sult of the medications and a drug screening test. The officer outstanding complaint of a junk car and other city ordinance issued citations for driving while suspended and no proof nuisance violations — including overgrown vegetation — of insurance or registration. The hazardous driving violation behind a non-residential building on East Sycamore. The car was almost entirely consumed by overgrown brush, and the Continued on next page wheels were sunk into the ground, one tire being deflated.

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Between July 20 and 26, Mason police investigated 41 re- sheriff’s deputy, who took custody. ported incidents involving a variety of activities-both criminal and noncriminal. These are some of those incidents Cash stolen worth noting and intended to keep citizens informed of deJuly 21: An officer received a larceny report from a Mapartment activities. son business where a total of $240 was taken from an office cash box sometime during a one-week period. The case reKipp Road rage mains under investigation. July 20: An officer was dispatched to a malicious destruction of property complaint at a Kipp Road business. The Hole-in-the-Wall Gang The complainant reported damage was done to the window July 21: An officer was dispatched to a breaking and enwasher squeegees available for customer use. tering of a residence, which was actually discovered to be a A customer had advised him that an elderly male with family complaint. The complainant reported her son resides a limp became angry because the washer solvent reservoir with her and has been removing items from the residence to tanks were empty and he could not clean his windshield. give her estranged husband. This resulted in a tirade where the suspect began smashing The complainant added that on this date she locked her the squeegees against the gas pumps. The complainant did son out of the house when she left, after which he became not witness the incident. The case remains an open inves- angry and kicked a hole in an exterior wall and tore down tigation while the department awaits the production of the the mailbox. business’s surveillance tapes.


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Vagrant asked to leave July 22: An officer responded to a report of a vagrant in a Mason apartment complex. The complainant reported a non-resident hanging around inside a building and trying to look into apartment door peepholes. The complainant suspected the suspect had also been sleeping in the hallways. When the officer approached him, the suspect got up and tried to walk away but was stopped. The end result was the suspect was told by the complainant to leave the property and not return. The matter is closed.

Pay before prosecution July 22: An officer received a theft of gasoline complaint from the clerk of an area service station. The complainant said a green van was filled with gasoline and then driven off without the driver paying. The complainant obtained the registration plate, and the officer was able to locate the registered owner, who will be contacted. These issues are usually resolved with payment before prosecution is sought. There also are driver’s license sanctions applied for those convicted of such offences.

Threats noted July 23: An officer received a report of threats to a Mason resident who stated her ex-boyfriend has threatened to rape her and beat up her roommate’s boyfriend. The complainant said the ex has called by phone repeatedly to make the threats, and although concerned, she does not want any further action other than to document the incidents.

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During his time inside the apartment, the officer was berated and harassed by a vociferous male who kept demanding the officer leave, even though the man did not reside there. Turns out he was wanted by the Eaton County Sheriff’s Office, so when the officer left, so did he. The officer issued a citation to the apartment resident for possession of drug paraphernalia — for a scale with marijuana residue on it located on a night stand — and the loud music. The vocal objector was turned over to Eaton County deputies for failing to pay child support. He will go from there to Calhoun County where is also wanted for a probation violation.

Felony warrants issued July 25: An officer received a dispatch to go to an allnight business where the clerk was having trouble with a customer. The call came from a third party whom the clerk had called for help. The caller relayed the details to the officer via the 911 dispatcher. When the officer arrived, he witnessed the suspect walk out of the business and go immediately out behind the building. The officer was close enough to witness the suspect unzip his pants, exposing his genitals, and begin urinating. The officer approached him, told him to zip up and that he was under arrest. The suspect thought otherwise and pushed the officer, then fought to resist arrest. When both were on the ground and it became apparent the officer would have difficulty getting control of the suspect, he applied departmentissued OC spray, which eventually took effect and allowed the officer to arrest the now-compliant suspect. The store clerk reported the suspect had been hanging around the business and just appeared this evening, acting weird and gross. The suspect was taken to an area medical facility for treatment after the application of chemical spray and detoxification. When he was cleared medically, the suspect was taken to the Ingham County Jail where he was lodged. The next morning the Ingham County prosecutor issued a twocount felony warrant.

July 24: An officer was dispatched to a loud party inside an apartment building. The officer arrived and easily detected the source of the noise, thus, was able to contact the resident. While the door was open, the officer was able to smell Smuggling fail burnt marijuana from inside the apartment, and during the July 26: Officers and deputies responded to a dispatch for interview of the resident, was invited in to speak to everyhelp at the 55th District Court after a visitor was discovered one present.

trying to smuggle drugs into the courthouse. The suspect placed a cigarette package in a basket to be scanned for contraband. When the security officer recognized the contents of the package as contraband, the package was seized. Seeing this, the suspect grabbed for the contraband, and a struggle for control initiated during which the suspect was able to grab the item away and flee. A deputy was alerted to the struggle and attempted to stop the suspect, who continued to flee, tearing up the evidence as he ran. The deputy was able to catch and detain the suspect before the officers arrived. Recovered was the destroyed packaging and one marijuana “joint.” The suspect was arrested for the violation of his conditional bond held by the 54th District Court. As officers tried to pick him up off the ground where he had rolled up into a cocoon to create a dead weight, he began crying and declaring he did nothing wrong. He was eventually taken into the Ingham County Jail where he was lodged. As for not doing anything wrong, the Ingham County prosecutor saw otherwise and issued a three-count warrant for resisting and obstructing a police officer, assault and battery on the court security officer, and possession of marijuana. Note: Over the course of the last three days, Mason police officers have been able to track down and identify a small group of organized youth responsible for the majority of the thefts from automobiles around Mason the past two months. A considerable amount of the items reported stolen have been recovered. The investigation is ongoing as still-missing items are recovered and further follow-up is conducted. The reports will be submitted to the Ingham County prosecutor for review of charges once the investigation is complete. FOUND PROPERTY (still unclaimed): The Mason Police Department is in possession of a woman’s bicycle, man’s bicycle, boy’s bicycle, two other bicycles and a large key ring with a lot of keys and a padlock on it. Anyone who has lost or had stolen any of these items is asked to contact the MPD. If anyone has any questions or comments regarding this report or any other police matter, contact the Mason Police Department at (517) 676-2458 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays, or MASON_PD@Ingham.org. — From Chief John Stressman

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MASON — Led by first-year Executive Director Barb Hensinger, the Ingham County Fair has a mission. “We wanted to offer a lot of entertainment for the price of admission,” Hensinger said. The result: Ingham County fair-goers will not have to pay extra to see daily grandstand events this year. Events like the tractor pulls, figure eight demolition derby and SJO Supercross will not cost extra. The admission cost, which is $8 for adults and $5 for children and seniors, is the only price to pay this year for grandstand shows as well as other offerings, Hensinger said. “We allow people to bring their own lunch and that along with our 4-H exhibits and entertainment at the Shirley Clark Pavilion, there will be a lot to see for the price of admission,” she said. Michigan’s struggling economy has had an impact on county fairs recently. Along with that, Hensinger said there is pressure to make sure the fair ends up in the black because of Ingham County’s tight finances. Hensinger, however, is no strang-

er to county fairs. A Mason resident, she is the division director of fair, racing and exhibitions under the Michigan Department of Agriculture. Hensinger said other new things to see at the fair this year include a “Guitar Hero” contest on Aug. 3, 4 and 5. There will also be “The Zone,” which will feature Laser Tag and a special “Laser Vault” obstacle course. “It’s kind of like a James Bond type of thing,” she said. Hensinger said there will also be a “Fitness Challenge” that will allow fair-goers to throw medicine balls and compete in a standing long jump against each other. “We’ll have our popular petting zoo and shows for the little ones everyday as well,” she said. The idea was to offer a lot of fun for a low price for those that want to save money and can’t afford to travel, she said. Also new this year is a refreshment tent, where beer will be served in a designated and monitored area. The tent was approved by county commissioners in June in the hopes of raising more funds for the fair and attracting more people.

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The Ingham County Fair in Mason has been a county event for over 150 years and includes a variety of fun. Officials say there are many things to do for the ow price of admission.

New ride featured on midway By WILL KANGAS wkangas@lsj.com

MASON — For many, going to the Ingham County Fair each year means one thing: The thrill of carnival rides. Every summer, riders challenge their courage and stomachs on rides that whirl, spin and fly. A new ride this year promises to ad a new dimension to the midway, according to amusement representatives It’s called “The Vertigo.” “It’s a ‘swing’ ride, but its 80 feet in the air,” said Sonja Skerbeck of Skerbeck Brothers Amusements. The company has been providing the midway at the Ingham County Fair for

knows, the ride will be the only one of its kind in Michigan. All-Day tickets are $18 She said the company inWristbands offer Unlimited Rides vests in a new ride or refurbishment of a classic ride Monday 2 pm - 11 pm Regular Coupons almost every year. Tuesday 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. $15 Wristband She said when planning Wednesday 1 pm - 11 pm $18 Wristband The Ingham County Fair’s Thursday 1 pm - 11 pm $18 Wristband midway, the long, narrow space usually lend itself to Friday 1 pm - 11 pm $20 Wristband only certain types of rides. Saturday 12 pm - 11 pm $20 Wristband “We rotate them when we can,” she said. “Of course, years and is excited about but with a new direction.” we will always have our usuits newest piece. Skerbeck said the ride is al arsenal like Gravitron and “This ride is a unique ex- fun, but at the same time not the Tilt-a-Whirl.” perience,” Skerbeck said. “It as aggresive, which means has a broader appeal.” less people fear it. Riders begin at the base “It has been wildly popuin a swing and are pulled up lar so far,” she said. Right: The Vertigo will be 80 feet as they rotate. The company bought it “It’s a great view up for $600,000 from an amuse- featured at the Ingham there,” Skerbeck said. “I re- ment manufacturer in Ohio. County Fair this year. The late it to a large ferris wheel, She said as far as she new ride is 85 feet high.

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Prelesnik is named 2010 ‘Friend of the Fair’ MASON — The 2010 Ingham County Fair has named Mike Prelesnik of Mason as the 2010 Ingham County Friend of the Fair. Prelesnik first became interested in the fair as a 4-H and FFA member showing still life and livestock exhibits at the fair. Eventually while in college, Prelesnik became superintendent of the “4-H Night at the Grandstand” which featured a talent show, animal parade, a parade of 4-H floats, and Ag Olympics. Over the years the event has

moved to a talent show in the Shirley Clark Pavilion and a parade through the fairgrounds on the opening night of the fair. This year will be Prelesnik’s 17th year as superintendent of the fair and talent show. Prelesnik has also been involved with the horse pull as superintendent since 2005 when it was added back to the fair after an absence for several years. Additionally, for several years Prelesnik announced buyers at the junior livestock auction and

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MASON — Clery Fence won the Men’s Lower Division and City Limits/ Michigan Orthopedic was Coed Lower Division champ in the Mason Softball Association’s summer season. Runner-up for the men was Baja Grille, and coed runner-up was City Limits/ Action Printing. Team members are: Clery Fence: Josh Every, Chad Studley, Josh Horstmeyer, Chris Kirkland, Bruce Wemple, Shawn Wemple, Josh Bolender, Zach Clark, Matt Baker, Tim Engel, John Cadle, Roy Botsford, Chad Risner, Dustin Higbie, Josh Johnson and Dennis Heikkilla. City Limits/Michigan Orthopedic: Matt Rockhold, Marsha Rockhold, RJ Schutte, Elizabeth Schutte, Monica Nickovich, Megan

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Post 205 wins four, captures state title By BILL McLEOD bmcleod@lsj.com

MOUNT PLEASANT — East Lansing Post 205 pitchers shined in the Palomino League state tournament, not allowing a run in all four games to clinch the state title. “I’ve been talking about our pitching staff all season long, and they backed me up,” Post 205 coach Bob Gast said. “Looking back, no one ever won the state title without giving up a run.” Gast said it is very difficult to shut out four teams in a row— a hit followed by a bad bounce on a grounder, and suddenly the runner is in scoring position. “It’s so easy to score a run without shelling the pitcher,” he said. “This was quite a feat for us.” As effective as the team’s pitching performance was, Post 205 hitters proved they were up to the task, feasting on their opponents’ pitching. East Lansing scored 39 runs while blanking opponents in the four-game series. Post 205 advanced to the Palomino North Zone regional in Kankakee, Ill., where they were to face a Minnesota team and two teams from Illinois in the first three games. The winner was to advance to the semifinal round July 31. Last year Post 205 advanced to the Palomino World Series. It was the fifth time Post 205 has been to the series, and Gast is optimistic about making getting

there this year. “It’s going to be tough, but we have better pitching than we had last year,” Gast said about getting through the regional. “They know all about us down there (at Kankakee). It’s going to be a battle.”

State tournament Post 205 started the state tournament with an easy 21-0 win over Allen Park in the July 21 opener. Albion College junior Chuck DeClarke, a Lansing Catholic graduate, was the winning pitcher, striking out five in four innings. DeWitt’s Trever Bowers came on in relief, shutting out Allen Park in the final two innings. Ryan Joy of St. Johns went 3-for-3 at the plate. B.J. Salazar of Lansing Eastern was 2-for-3. DeClarke had a home run and a double, drove in three runs and scored three times. Tyler Smith of Portland St. Patrick had a solo home run. “Everything we hit found a hole,” Gast said about scoring 21 runs. “Allen Park is a good team, but I think they got shell-shocked after we scored five runs in the first inning. It was one of those things where everything we did worked.” Williamston’s Dylan Monette was the winning pitcher in the second game, besting Walled Lake No. 2 10-0 July 22. He struck out six and allowed just two hits. “It was a stellar perfor-

mance for Monette, he was on his game,” Gast said. DeClarke had two hits and drove in two runs. Markus Wojtkowicz of Owosso went 2-for-2 with an RBI. Mason’s Allen Manyen hit a two-run double and scored a run. The third game of the tournament was a repeat showdown with the Central Michigan Stars. Post 205 swept the Stars in an early-season doubleheader, but the Stars most recently bested East Lansing 9-5 and 11-5 in a July 13 doubleheader. Gast said Post 205 struggled in the loss, not hitting, pitching or fielding well. “That game was a wakeup call for us,” Gast said. After the loss to the Stars, Post 205 went on to win the rest of its scheduled games to close out the regular season. Gast said Post 205 was ready to get redemption for the losses, especially after he went to the press box to turn in the lineup card and a coach for the Stars asked Gast if he “wanted the silver (second place) metal now?” “That was bulletin board material,” Gast said abut the coach’s smug comment. The game featured a match up between St. Johns pitching ace Jacob Pearsall and Mount Pleasant sophomore standout Evan Hill. Pearsall walked away with the 2-0 win, striking out five and allowing just two hits in 5 2/3 innings. “He was right on top of his game, he was dominant

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Members of the Palomino League state championship team include Trever Bowers, Austin Corbin, Chuck DeClarke, Clay Harmon, Ryan Joy, Nikolai Jump, Allen Manyen, Dylan Monette, Jared Nurenberg, Greg Oginsky, Jacob Pearsall, Brian Risk, Jacob Robinson, B.J. Salizar, Tyler Smith, Travis Thomas, Tyler Watters and Marcus Wojtkowicz. Post 205 is coached by Bob Gast and assisted by Sid Middleton, Mark Manyen and Lance Beasley. for 5 2/3 innings,” Gast said. “He just ran out of gas (at the end) on a very hot day.” Portland’s Travis Thomas came on to pick up his fourth save of the game, getting out of a two-out, bases loaded jam in the sixth inning. Gast said it was huge to get the win over Hill, who is already being heavily recruited by several Division 1 colleges. Gast said the win took the win out of the Stars’ sails for the rest of the tournament. The Stars finished third. St. Johns players showed well in the game. Jacob Robinson, a recent St. Johns grad, scored both runs for

Post 205. He scored in the first inning when Redwing teammate Jared Nurenberg doubled. Robinson scored again in the third inning, this time of a single by Joy. The St. Johns players preserved a shutout in the sixth inning when the Stars had the bases loaded with one out. Nurenberg field a grounder at third, flipped to Robinson at second for the force out. Robinson fired to first baseman Joy for the double play, thwarting a Stars threat. DeClarke picked up a 6-0 win in the July 24 tournament final over Walled Lake No. 1, pitching the complete game. Clark had a perfect game

until the fifth inning, when a Walled Lake batter got a hit on a bouncing grounder. DeClarke faced only 22 batters in the nine-inning game. “He’s got everything you want in a pitcher,” Gast said. DeClarke has a 9-1 season record with a 0.93 ERA. He has held opponents to a measly .117 batting average. DeClarke had a double and scored a run. Manyen went 2-for-3 with an RBI and scored a run. Nurenberg and Williamston’s Tyler Watters each had two RBI. Post 205 heads for regionals with a 39-7-1 record. The World Series will be held Aug. 5-8 in San Jose, Calif.

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Dart to sponsor local Habitat Golf Scramble WILLIAMSTON — Dart Development Group is the title sponsor of the Third Annual Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lansing Ingham County’s Building Hope Golf Scramble to be held Aug. 21 at Wheatfield Valley Golf Club. Registration is at 9 a.m.; shotgun start at 10 a.m. “Habitat for Humanity of Greater Ing-

ham County is making a difference in the community, working to end substandard housing and help families into home ownership. We are happy to support their mission through the Building Hope Golf Scramble,” said Marsha Zimmerman, marketing manager of Dart Development Group. “The timing of this year’s event could not be better, as we are breaking ground on a

new home in Williamston late August,” said Karl Griffin, board president for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Ingham County. The Building Hope Golf Scramble continues to grow. In just its third year, the event has doubled in major sponsorships and is running ahead of last year’s team registrations. Paid entries include 18 holes of golf with

a cart, lunch at the turn and dinner. Course games, door prizes, raffle drawings and a silent auction are also planned. They continue to seek and welcome prize donations, various levels of sponsorships and players — individuals or teams. Contact Griffin at (517) 525-2234 to play, sponsor, donate or volunteer. — From Dart Development Group


thanking the docents for helping to educate the public about Michigan’s justice system. In expressing the Court’s appreciation, Chief Justice Marilyn Kelly noted, “You have been outstanding ambassadors for the judicial branch of government, helping young visitors and their parents and teachers understand how Michigan courts function.” First-year volunteers included Patricia Babcock of

Library calendar Gather at the library and share literary enthusiasms. Talk about your own writing All ages and/or the books that interest you. • Sept. 1: Wet & Wild Back-to-School • Pizza & Pages Book Discussion (grades Party, 2 p.m. 4-8), Thursday, Sept. 2, Oct. 7, Nov. 4, 4 Water and carnival games. Be prepared p.m. to get wet! Held on the Dansville Library Bring a book that you have read recently lawn. to share with the group. Pizza and pop provided. Mason Library

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not need a background in education, law or government. “That kind of experience is helpful but certainly not necessary,” Drenovsky said. “What’s essential is having an interest in the law and a passion for sharing knowledge and enthusiasm with others.” Volunteers attend a series of three-hour orientation sessions and commit to a minimum of eight hours per month. Some positions have additional time and training commitments. The next series of volunteer orientation sessions will be offered on five consecutive Thursdays, 9 a.m. to noon, starting Sept. 30. Classes will include information about the Michigan judicial system, the Learning Center exhibits, and tips for giving great tours. Volunteers will need to attend all five training sessions. Volunteer applications are due by September 20. Visit the Learning Center

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Lansing, Carl Gallagher of Dimondale, Sara Kanya of Holt, Kathy Mascoli of Mason, Greg Pollack of Lansing, Frank Sydnor of Lansing, and Jane Wilensky of Okemos. Also commended for leadership and continued service were returning volunteers Jackie Adams of Charlotte, Ilena Alvarez of Lansing, Elizabeth Ayoub of St. Johns, Al Chapman of Lansing, Candy Chatfield of Lansing, Jacob Drenovsky and Veronica Drenovsky of Durand, Cassandra Heos of East Lansing, Mary Pat Jaracz of Okemos, Betty Krohngold of East Lansing, Elizabeth Mead of Birmingham, Tom Ryan of Bath, and Rose Wright of Haslett. Learning Center Coordinator Rachael Drenovsky said that the center relies on its volunteer docents. She encouraged new volunteers to share their time and expertise with tour groups, stressing that docents do

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Volunteers’ responsibilities included demonstrating interactive computer games and other hands-on activities at the center, including a virtual courtroom. Other duties included working behind the scenes on workshops and special programs. At a recent volunteer recognition event, Chief Justice Marilyn Kelly, Justice Elizabeth A. Weaver and Justice Stephen J. Markman represented the entire court in

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LANSING — Volunteers who gave more than 700 hours of their time to the Michigan Supreme Court Learning Center were recently honored by the Court as “ambassadors for the judicial branch.” The volunteer docents guide school groups and other visitors through the 3,800-square-foot education center, located on the first floor of the Michigan Hall of Justice.

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Births Colegrove Joe and Keri Colegrove of Leslie announce the birth of their son Owen Ezekiel. He was born March 27 at Ingham Regional Medical Center and weighed 8 pounds ,7 ounces. Grandparents are Bob and Sharon Clark, Sam and Sarah Colegrove, and Sue Colegrove.

Loredo Luciano Loredo and Star Rodriguez of Lansing announce the birth of their son Saâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Luctiano Maclovio. He was born March 30 at Ingham Regional Medical Center and weighed 7 pounds ,15 ounces. Grandparents are Michael and Yolanda Gilson, Gilbert and Mary Lopez and Alberto Rodriguez.

Schneider Jerry and Lisa Schneider of Stockbridge announce the birth of their daughter Kailynn Ranae. She was born March 30 at Ingham Regional Medical Center and weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces. Grandparents are Jim

and Mary Schneider, and Gary and Renea Pidd.

Hernandez Phillip Hernandez and Jennifer Maldonado of Lansing announce the birth of their son Aiden David. He was born April 1 at Ingham Regional Medical Center and weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces.

Oesterle Matthew and Jenna Oesterle of Mason announce the birth of their son Benjamin Lyle. He was born March 27 at Sparrow Hospital and weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces. Grandparents are Kathy and Gordon Oesterle and Barb and Trent Satterthwalte.

Mackey Kevin and Michelle Mackey of Mason announce the birth of their twins Violet Catherine and Luke Ernest. They were born March 20 at Sparrow Hospital. Grandparents are George and Donna Mackey and Ernest Brinks and Carol Tigelaar.

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Nothing says a vintage fundraiser cookbook like recipes of tuna lasagna and lime jello salad, all entered via manual typewriter. It’d been awhile since I’d gotten any local historical artifacts off eBay, so I entered “Mason,” “Leslie” and “Dansville” into the search box. Lo and behold cropped up the Dansville 4-H Cookbook. I paid my money (under $10, I think) via PayPal, and soon I was the proud owner of the 202-page bound volume. The cookbook was printed and bound by General Publishing and Binding out of Iowa Falls, Iowa, in 1979. That’s 31 years ago. Christie’s Fortunately, food hasn’t changed that much in those chronicles three decades, and dishes such as Milky Way Cake Christie (made with four Milky Way Bleck bars), Six-Week bran muffins (batter is supposed to keep for that long) and Glamour Dogs (I think it’s the Worchestershire sauce that fancies them up) probably taste as good now as they did then. Compiled by the Dansville 4-Leaf Clovers, I’m assuming the cookbook was a fundraiser for the group. Credit, according to an inside page, went to Shirlene Harris; (“whose idea it was”) Ruth Crowell (for the creative artwork); Mary Reed, Louise Baldwin, Loretta Heiler, Nancy Fitts, Elizabeth Townsend, Polly Diehl and Carol Perrine (copying and editing); and “to each one who shared a recipe for all to enjoy.”

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peanuts, cream of chicken soup, butter (my choice) or margarine, finely chopped celery and finely chopped onion, and you have a dish not often seen on local restaurant menus. The cookbook gives recipes for simple fare, too, including French dressing and “French type” dressing (without comparing the two, I can’t tell you how different they taste). If you can find Tang breakfast drink powder (and I do still see it around), you can whip up Light and Luscious Tang Dessert, except you can’t use instant pudding. There also is a section on microwave cooking. Keep in mind this was 1979, and microwaves weren’t as prevalent as they are today. Were you one of the technologically advanced chefs back then, you could make Spiced Fruit Compote, Carrots with Basil, Chicken Marengo and, last but not least, Creamy Wilted Lettuce (the bacon and sour cream seem to make this palatable). Karen Krepps, one of those who submitted a recipe, seemed to have a sense of humor. She entered Elephant Stew, which called for a medium-sized elephant, two rabbits (optional) and salt and pepper to taste. Use of meat tenderizer was advisable, and brown gravy was to be added to cover. The chef was to cook the meat over a kerosene fire at 465 degrees for about four weeks, with the finished dish serving about 3,800 people. Non-edible dishes — although they could be consumed when in dire need — included uncooked clay, modeling clay, jewelry dough, finger paint and papier mache. Courtesy photo I’m not sure how popular these types of cookbooks are as fundraisers nowadays, but there was something to be This Dansville 4-H Cookbook contains many culinary said for the communal effort to create a product to help a treasures such as Tomato Juice Cookies, Sausage group, especially 4-Hers. Succotash Scallop and Flying Farmers Cake. As the verse at the front of the book noted: “Each time you turn these pages Looking for something new to cook Fondly remener each person Who made possible this book.”

I’m not much of a chef, but many of these recipes might be worth an attempt or two. Take Tater Tot Casserole. With a pound of ground beef, a medium onion, a can of mushroom soup and a package of Tots, you can create a savory concoction worthy of any grade schooler’s lunch tray (or my dinner plate, for that matter). Christie Bleck is editor of the Ingham County CommuHow about Peanut Butter Soup? Add one-third cup of smooth or chunky (my choice) of PB with milk, chopped nity News. First on her list to try is Tater Tot Casserole.

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Mason woman on history board Lynchburg, Va., and has been a member of the MWSA Board for over 20 years. • Liza Estlund Olson of Lansing as vice president, who had been a member of the MWSA board for many years and is the director of the Bureau of Workforce Transformation in the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Growth. Members elected the fol-

lowing two new directors to three-year terms on the board: • Mary Seeger of Caledonia is an educator, retired academic dean for Grand Valley State University, and president of the Grand Rapids Women’s History Council. • Katie Cavanaugh of Mason holds a master of arts degree in American Studies from George Washington Uni-

versity and was a former assistant director of the Michigan Women’s Historical Center & Hall of Fame. At the annual meeting, members also voted to re-elect three existing board members, Beverly Fish of Ypsilanti, Nancy Lukey of Okemos, and Grahm Teall of Ann Arbor, to terms ending in 2013. — From The Michigan Women’s Historical Center

Renee Ann Austin

Mason At the age of 46, Renee passed away Jul y 22 af ter a long and courageous fight against cancer. S he was born on May 15, 1964. Renee lov ed small childr en and enjoyed pla ying with them and teaching them new things. S he h ad a personal lov e for unicorns and excelled in music, especially the piano. S he was a great conversationalist and enjoyed visiting with everyone. S he will be greatl y missed by the many people who knew her. S he lea ves to cher ish her lov ing memories, two sons, Frankie and Jacob; mother Jan Foreman; f ather Norman Austin; sister, Robin (John) Sabbadin; brother Randy (Trina) Austin; stepsisters Caren (John) Finch, Cassie Rice; stepbrothers, D ick (Evely n) Rice, Fred (S ue) Rice, John (Tam) Rice; great aunt Calista Reed; and many, many aunts, uncles , nieces, and nephews. Funeral services will be held Monday, Jul y 26 at 11:00 a.m. at the First United Methodist C hurch, 201 W. Ash S treet, Mason, MI. The Rev. D wayne Bagley will be offi ciating, with interment to folow at Maple G rove Cemetery in Mason. The f amily will receive f riends at the ch urch on S unday, Jul y 25 f rom 2-4 and 6-8 p.m., and 1 hour prior to service. Thos e desiring may make contributions to the "Jacob Mohr Education Fund", % Dart Bank, 368 Par k S treet, P .O. Box 40, Mason, MI 48854; or the First United Methodist Ch urch, 201 W. Ash S treet, Mason, MI 48854, in memory of Renee. The f amily is being served by G orsline Runciman Funeral Homes, Ball D unn Ch apel, Mason, MI. Online condolenc es may be made at: www.gorslinerun cimanmason.c om

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LANSING — At the April 24 annual meeting of the Michigan Women’s Studies Association (MWSA), the membership elected the following directors to new officer positions for two-year terms: • Shirley Zeller of Albion as president, who had served as vice president for the past three years. Zeller retired from BWX Technologies in

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BLACK FEMALE, S HORT ANIMAL PLACEMENT tailed , cat missing since BUREAU July-05-10 at C entral Park is holding their 11th P R E G N A N T ? C onsid er Apts., Okemos. (859)779Annual Rummage Sale Adopt ion—A loving alter8856. Reward upon return. this weekend! native. Wonder f ul couples to choose f rom. Call for BEST HOME LOANS! ** Land JULY 30TH -AUGUST 1ST pics/infor mation and C ontract and Mortgage JACK RU L E S LBLIND FE FRI 10am - 7pm choose your baby’s f amily Payofs f , HomeMALE. S mall, white, black A S T 10am 5pm and f uture. E xpenses paid. Improvements, Debt& tan markings, cataracts. SUN 12pm - 3pm 1-866-236-7638 C onsolida tion, Property Lost 7/11/10 near corner MM Taxes. Foreclosures. PURof Willow & Nixon Rd, CLARK CORNERS CHASES TOO! Includes Grand Led g e, MI. Loose (Former Lansing Outlet PREGNANT? CONSIDER Houses/Mobiles/Mod ulars collar with vet’s phone on Mall) ING ADOPTION? Open or Good/ Bad /U gly C redit ! tag. Frantic. a C ll C huck. 1163 E . C lark Rd., DeWitt closed Adopt ions. You 1-800-246-8100 Anytime! (517)281-4011 (517)627www.apbpets.com choose f rom f amilies naU nited Mortgage S ervices. 9166 wallacem@msu.ed u tionwide. Living E xpenses www.umsmortgage.com. Paid. Call 24/7 Abby’s One SHEPHERDS MC LOST BOXER BULLDOG mix, AUSTRALIAN True Gift Adopt ions. (TOY) Read y to go 8/16, brindle w/white f ace & www.abbysonetruegif t.co CASH Beautifu l coat and markNOW! GET CASH FOR feet , male, 10 mo, C olumm 866-716-3052 ings, pure bred, parents on your structured settlement bia Lake S ub., Mason. S ulMM site,vet checked, They or annuity payments. High ly. 616-644-0907 make great f amily dogs . payouts. Call J.G. COMMUNITY PAPERS proReach about 15lbs as an Wentworth. 1-866- LOST BRINDLE MASTIFF Fevide a valuable service to ad ult. $300. (269)274-8790. SETTLEMENT (1-866-738male. Reward. Call 517your community! Thank jena .vander meer@sbcglobal.net 8536). A+ by the Better 281-1790. you for reading this publiBusiness Bureau. MC cation! PUPS 3 litters, 5, 6 SENEGALESE PARROT BEAGLE & 7 wks old, pure, 1st GRAY/ green, Reward! shots & wormed, $175 m, Lost in Dimonda le E states $200 f. Call 989-560-6143. Please call (517)202-5390 with infor mation (517)8876663 mjhlgh@aol.c om BOSTON TERRIER PUPS LOST ANNIVERSARY RING EXCELLENT Q uality, Fri. evening July 23 at a $325. RAT TERRIER.S restaurant in Grand Ledge. sweet & loveable, $200. My ring was fou nd by an 517-375-4375. indiv idu al who left their (1) MALE, (1) Precious old phone number with the er fema le cat, shy, needs restaurant, but the phone BRINDLE, 2 Years, to be only cat. S payed, BOUVIER number was accident ally AKC Registered, C hampion neutered & dec lawed. thrown away, if you are lines, Good with childr en, $10/each. 517-243-0661. that person, please call me loveable, record s, shots, at 517-290-7283. REWARD. show quality, vet checked, STANDARD POODLE PUP wormed, Loveable, $700. PIE S , 7 weeks, no shed , Planning an Auction? (517)455-7006 hypoallergenic, highly sought af ter apricot & red See SourceAds.com colors, shots, vet checked, BULL DOG ENGLISH PU Por Call LCN Toll Free wormed, training started, PIE.S Reg. S hots, wormed, $650&up. (517)651-5854 health guaranteed. $1500. 877.475.SELL 989-252-6970. (517)282-4514

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GOLDEN DOODLE PUPPIES PITBULL PUPPIES (6) 1 Home raised w/kids , writblack, 5 light brown. $125 ten health guarantee. each; Holt area. Ph. 517Jackson. 517-784-5225 204-5469 GOLDEN DOODLE PUPS PITBULL PUPPIES parents CKC reg., Vet chkd, shots, on site, going to be large, wormed, $650. 231-8591st shots & dew ormed, 4154 or 517-575-7369. $100. 517-993-1813 YORKIES $500 SHORKIES & Yorki-Poos $300+ Toys NoS hed 989.225.1367 POODLES TOY AKC $500. 517-726-0368 or 517-2319310

AntiquesCollectibles AUTOGRAPHED GUITARS Rolling S tones, Led Zeppelin, McCartney , Eagles , more. All appraised over $2500, asking $400 ea. C omes with COA & appraisal. Call for pics 517374-2848.

Appliances

LG 15000 BTU Window Air C ondit ioner. U sed 10 times, under warranty, PUG BEAUTIFUL BLACK Fe$275. Call 517-543-2859. male, AKC/ ACA, 1st 3 HORSE ALUM. GOOSE shots,Dewclaws NECK Living quarters, f ull $450.00/BO 989-224-6848 BY sid e bath, f urnace, rear tack, WHIRLPOOL SIDE refr ig. Magic C hef glass awning, stored inside, cooktop stove. $400/best SHELTIE PUPS AKC Sale or $12,500. 517-726-0504. U -haul. 517-394-5018 GOLDEN RETREIVER PUPS trade. Born 3/30/10. PaAKC Avail. Aug. 7th. Dews, rents under 25 lbs. 810- BAY MARE, NOT trained . wormed, shots. Have pa449-2729 or 517-993-7639. Brid a l & sad l d e incl. $600. rents. $400. 989-944-0030 989-277-6494 SHIH TZU PUPPIES O nly GOLDEN RETREIVER PUPS true dog lovers need apAKC - Beautifu l, healthy. ply. Read y to go. 517-507BOWFLEX ULTIMATE $900 Read y to become a part of 8437. or best offer . Pro-Form your f amily. $400. C rosswalk, $300. Call 517810-266-4905/810-275-8022. SHIH- TZU PUPPY BLACK & 881-9055. white CK.C Vet checked, GOLDEN RETRIEVER 1/4 shots to d ate. 16 wk. old, LAB 3/4 PU PS , lt & dk yelabsolutely ador able, good low, 7wks, 1st shots, natured, small fema le. wormed $200 517-490-6260 C rate trained. $500 includes : 3’x5.5’ playpen, A AMISH LOG HEAD potty tray w/pad s, carrier, KITS/ CATS, RESCUED, ALL BOARD AND Q ueen Pillow dis hes, toys/treats/food. ages; many dec lawed; SWET CORN $10 bushel or Top Mattress S et. Brand Grooming supplies. www.trinityacresrescue. $2.50 doz en. Blueberries, new-never used, sell all for 517-507-1713. petfinder .com; includes peaches, tomatoes, pep$275. 989-772-1517. neuter/basic medical $45pers. All read y picked only. MM $135. 517-410-0074 SHIH TZU YORKIE POOS Felzke Farms, 5501 W. with shots, shedless, flu f Herbison, DeWitt. Call 517- A BED QUEN PILLOWTOP f y, 1 male, 4 fema les, kid KITTENS - litter trained, 8 & 669-9459. mattress set, new in plasf riendly . 517-676-6376. 11 wks, torti and orange tic, $200. Call 517-410-4921. fema les, black & orange Can deliv er. males. $10. 517-626-6071. SHIH TZU/ YORKITE MIX PUPS 9 wks old, 1st shots A TEMPERPADIC/ STYLE & wormed , small l f u y f & LAB PUPS AKC, Beautif ul MEMORY FOAM MATcute, $350. 989-427-3205. chocoates. $400, taking TRES SET Q ueen, newBIRD BLUEBERRY FARM depos its. 989-277-6494. never used , as seen on TV, in Haslett. 339-2934. STANDARD POODLE PUPS with warranty. C ost AKC -CKC reg., Vet chkd., $1,800, S ell $695. Can DeLAB PUPS AKC, - U -PICK shots & wormed. $750-up. BLUEBERRIES liver 989-832-2401. MM YELLOW/ SILVER FAC TOR. 3408 W. C overt Rd. 231-859-4154, 517-575-7369 Whelped on 5/11. 1st 517-589-8695, closed S unshots, wormed. $500 w/ltd. BDRM., COMPUTER DESK, d ays. registration. 989-620-4098. end tables, d ressing vaniST. BERNARD PUPPIES ty, TVs, etc. $25-$425. C ell: Beautifu l AKC! Vet @, 702-505-1233. read y now. $500. LABRADANE PUPS Great 989-875-4833 Dane-Labrador Retriever mix, read y to go Aug. 5th, COMPUTER ARMOIRE quali$300. Call 517-694-7329. ty, S olid oak. Easy reach TOY POODLES & POODLE controls. 62"x41"x21". ALFALFA GRAS-S CROS,SE Peke-A-Poos, $500/fir m. 517-851-7235 EXCELLENT Hay $4 & up. Hav-A-Poos, C hia-Poos. LABRADOODLE PUPPIES Can deliv er. 517-641-6034 $200-$600 Females $450; males $400. www.puppy-place.net FULL SIZE BED & MATC ontact C olleen at 989517-404-3045 TRE S S , chest of d rawers, 2 763-7202 MIXED GRASSE/ ALFALFA reg. size pillows, floor 1st cutting, regular square heater, 2 wicker patio size, $3.00 per bale. 517NERPOO PUPPIES 6 MALTESE $500 WIE chairs, two 3-way lamps, 625-3230. wks, wormed, shots, black, MORKIES & Lawnboy self-pr opelled 10lbs at ad ulthood , non Malte-Poos mower. Call 517-627-4844. shed, $200. 616-902-0859 $300+ Toys NoS hed 989.225.1367 SOLID OAK BUNK/ LOFT bed YORKIE MIX PUPPIES 7 wks with 2 d rawer des k has old, 1st shots & wormed, lamp built in, 3 shelves, MINIATURE PINSCHER small flu fy & cute, $350. JOHN DEERE 2002 Mod el d resser with 7 d rawers. InBLACK/ RUST, vet 989-427-3205. 160LT, w/new 42’’ side dis cludes upgraded young checked, $275.00. charge mower dec k in american mattress. Over (517)862-0373 YORKIE PUP AKC Female. . 2006, $1100. 517-285-5852. $1,300 new $375.00 UTD on shots. This little (517)655-6490 MINIATURE PINSCHER beauty will be small. $950. ZERO TURN 50’’ X-MARK PUPS 517-371-9058 RIDER 2008, under 200 hrs., 5 colors, $300 & up. Cas h like new, $6000. AirFlow 3 only. 989-584-3059. YORKIE PUPS & TEACUP-S yrd. V Box Sal ter, stainless Taking depos its. 1st shots, steel, exc. cond. , no rust, MINI DACHSHUND AKC health cert. $700-$900 $3000. Lawn edger Like C hocolate & Tan, 8 wks, 517-764-0932/727-534-3368 new $125. 517-490-8671. Health guaranteed, vet checked, wormed, $350. (269)503-0779 It’s not too late to find a Selling an Item?

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CORGI/ DASHUND PUPPY $250. ( 5 1 7 ) 9 8 3 - 3 5 0 4 tosaka@netzero.com DACHSHUND MINI PUPS S horthaired d apples & piebald. Read y to go. 517-546-0985. DACHSHUND PUPS AKC S hots, wormed. E xtra small mini’s. Red, black & tan. $400. 517-663-3386 DOBERMAN PINSCHER PUP,S Read y Aug. 11. 7 males, 1 fema le. (2) red & rust, (3) blue & rust, (3) black & rust. $350, $100/dep. 616-527-2835 DOBERMAN PUPS AKC - 1 black/tan fema le. E xc. temp. Tails, dews, vet @. $450. 269-317-1778. ENGLISH BULLDOG PUP PIES AKC, champion bloodline, stunning males & fema les. 810-732-7069 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUP PIES AKC, German blood line, good temperament, shots & wormed, $600. 269-660-1180. GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS 1st shots, AKC, parents on site, $350. Call 810-3979060. GOLDEN DOODLE PUPPIES Females $550; males $500. Vet checked, shots, wormed. 989-763-7202.

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FURNITURE SOLID OAK d in- C SIO ELECTRIC KEY ing room table with 6 A BOARD with stand & chairs and matching lightbench, $60. Aero Deluxe ed china cabinet. Twin bed twin air bed , used 2 times, set with new comforte r $50. Call 339-6609. and pillows. White child ren’s des k with large white mirror. Indoor dec orative trees, one with light Lane and Drexel coffee tables and end tables. Walking health exercise machine. GRINNELL FRUITWOOD etc. Sat . 7/31, 9-2. 1712 CONSOLE PIANO. c 1960. Wiillowbrook Dr Lansing E xcellent condit ion. $650. 48917 North on C retys Rd 517-349-5265. East on W. Willow Hwy 3rd street to right.j avincalla@aol.com (517)321-2000 (517)881638 3

DRIVER- UP TO $0.03 perfor mance pay in 1st year! Weekly Hometime. Average 2,400 miles/week! Local orientation. Daily or weekly pay. CDL- A, 6 months OTR experience. 8 0 0 - 4 1 4 - 9 5 6 9 . www.dr iveknight.comMC

Musical Instruments

TRUCK DRIVERS WANTED! More Hometime! Top Pay! E xcellent benefits! Newer equipment! U p to $.48/ mile company d rivers! Heartland E xpress 1-800-441-4953 www.heartlandex press.com MC

Trailers

FLATBED SOLID OAK ENT. C e nt e r ’07 GOOSENECK TRAILER 40’, 21,000 GVW, (med. in color). CD racks, like new cond. $7500/best 58"x55" , incl. 25"RCA TV. ofe f r . Call 586 -615-3665. $350. 517-694-9267

TRAINCO TRUCK DRIVING SCHOOL

GunsAccessories

SOLID PINE ENTERTAINMENT CENTER accommoda tes 32’’ TV, $200, new $1200. C ountry Loveseat, very nice, $190, H&R SB2 U ltra Varmit 223 new $700. 20’’ TV, $25, w/4-16 scope & rings, walworks good. 989-224-16 81. nut stock, w/ammo. $400/ best offer . 517-719-846 4

HealthcareHospital Equip.

LIFT CHAIR- LEATHER, LIKE new, asking $630; paid, $822, purchased in 2008. Call: 517-321-0055

Miscellaneous AMISH LOG BED,S DRES E R S , Rustic Table and C hairs, Mattresses for Cabin or Home. Lowest price in Michigan! d and anthemattressman.co m 989-923-1278 MM PIONEER POLE BUILD INGS 30x40x10 Basic Build ing $9,190.00 14 C olors Galvalume S teel, 2x6 Trusses, ACQ Treated Lumber, Licensed and Insured, Options available, Call for quotes. 1-800- 2920679 MM ERECTED POLE BUILDING S tanda le Lumber 24’x32’x8 ’-$5999.00 30’x40’x10’-$8999.00 S teel roof, doors included, 50 gsl other sizes available C omplete material packages a v a i l a b l e www.stand alelumber.com Call S tanda le Post Frame Buildings Toll Free 1-800968-2 8 01 MM

Wanted to Buy A ANTIQUE BUYER paying cash for guns, jew lery, f urniture, art & unusual & bizarre items. 517-819-8700

AIRLINES ARE HIRING— Train for high paying Aviation Maintenance Car eer. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified—H ousing available. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 8 77-891-2281. MM

CASH FOR GUNS , Art, Antiques, Jewelry, musical instruments, Valuables. Call ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE 517-204-2004/517-663-3931 f rom Home. *Medical, *Business, *Paralegal, *Accounting, *Cr iminal CASH PAID for diabe tic Justice. Job placement astest S trips. Most types up sistance. C omputer availato $12 per box. Call 517ble. Financial Aid if quali669-1197. fied. Call 8 77-895-182 8 www.C enturaOnline.com GENERAL MOTORS VOUCH MC ER WANTED. If you would like to sell your GM vouchAIRLINES ARE HIRING er, call John 616-889-205 6 Train for high paying Aviation Car eer. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - Job placement assistance.. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 24X30 GARAGE KIT (877) 891-2281. MC everything incl, white sid ing, black roof. $3500 or INTELLIGENCE NAVY RE trade. Call 517-851-201 0 S E RVE . S erve part-time. E lite training. Great pay & 32’X50’ HIP ROOF B A R N benefits. S ign-on bonus up FRE E , you move. 517-391to $20k. $ for edu cation. 0078. Call 1-800-922-1703, M-F 9-3 MC NEW & USED wood, alum. & vinyl windows & doors, patio doors, alum. storm windows. 517-204-4949

Building Materials -Supplies

Child Care Needed

STEL BUILDING SALE… SPECIALS f rom $4 to HUSKY METAL ROOFS $11/sq. f t. Great pricing on S tanding S eam, Metal ABSOLUTELY every model, S hingles/Tile, 15 C olors. widt h and length. E xample All Type Roofs . C ompany 30x40x14 NOW $8995.00 Installers. Michigan Made Pioneer S teel Manuf acturE nergy S tar Tax Rebate. ers. 1-800- 688-5422. MC Free E stimates. S ince 1975! 8 00-38 0-2379 PIONEER POLE BUILDINGS MM 30x40x10 Basic building $9,190.00. 14 C olors POLE BARNS Michigan’s Galvalume S teel, 2x6 Largest Pole Barn C ompaTrusses, ACQ Treated lumny (Best Built Barns) Best ber, licensed and insured. Q uality, Best S ervice, Best Options available, call for Price. This Week’s S pecials quotes. 1-800- 292-0679. E rected 24’x24’x8 ’-$5495.00 MC 24’x40’x10’-$7995.00 30’x40’x10’-$8 995.00 METAL ROOFS, 3 0 ’ x 4 8 ’ x 1 2 ’ - $ 1 0 , 9 9 5 . 0 0 HUSKY S tanding S eam, Metal Licensed/ Insured 1-877shingles/Tile, 18 colors, 8 02-0857 C ompany installers, MichiMM gan made. All energy star approved, f ree estimates. FREE HD FOR LIFE! S ince 1975. 8 00-38 0-2379 Only on DISH Network! MC Lowest Price in America! $24.99/mo for over 120 C hannels! 500 Bonus! 18 66-587 -0740 MM

Concert-Sports Tickets

MIS CAMPING PASS f or sale, August race weekend, Graves Farm campground. S ite includes electric, shower/restroom building, water, play area, tram service to track. $300 or best. (517) 622-4116.

Auto Parts

A BRAND NAME KING SIZE PILLOW TOP MATTRES SET in Original Plastic. Includes Deluxe ONE SET OF 4 Kumho tires Frame. C ost $1,499, S ell for 215x4517, 4 limited 17’’ $475. 989-631-228 0. rims, chrome, $600. Ph. MM .517-719-0466

CHILDCARE AIDE Licensed preschool is accepting applications for part-time, as well as oncall C hildcar e Aides . E xperience working in d aycare helpfu l. HS diploma required. Working hours vary M-F, between 7a.m. 5:30 p.m. C ompetitive wages, benefits with f ull time employment. Please send cover letter and resume to: Human Resources, VFW National Home for C hildr en, 3573 S . Waverly Rd., Eat on Rapids , MI 482 8 7.

Construction CONSTRUCTION LABORER

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B-Dry S ystems, Basement Waterproofing is now taking applications. Requirements Include: Hard Working, C lean Driving Record, Drug Scr eening. Ability for Ad vancement. Apply in Person at: 922 E den Rd Mason

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Education

PARENT EDUCATOR f or Ingham Intermedia te School District. The indi vidu al in this position shall provide services to f amilies and childr en f rom birth to school entry: developmental screening, All students/o thers child and f amily assessIMMEDIATE ment, f amily-centered services, service coordina OPENINGS tion, dir ect services and $14.25 base-appt., cust. collaborative consultation sales/serv., flex . sched, conwith staff, parents, agency dit ions apply, all ages 17+ personnel, and administra 517-333-1700 tors. Q ualificat ions include a bachelor’s degr ee HAIR STYLIST NEEDED in child dev elopment, Nogginz Hair S hop. teacher edu cation, counE mail resume to seling, social work, nurslisamfoytik@aol.c om or ing, psychology or other call Cas ey at 517-324-0100 human services related field, with one to two years of progressively ûûû ûûûû more responsible experience; PAT certificat ion preferred. Terms of E mployment: 52 wks/yr, 5 NEWSPAPER d ays/wk, 8 hrs/d ay. C omCORNER pensation: between $41,739 - 65,781 per year. HAWKER Application Deadline: Tuesd ay, August 10, 2010 @ 4:00p.m. A completed WAVERLY RD. online application, resume & ST JOE HWY. and cover letter of interest are required. For a complete job des cription and SUNDAY ONLY application instructions Great Business Opportuniplease visit our website at ty. Make $$$$ S elling www.inghamisd.or g. C omNewspapers. puters with Internet access are available at the Call 517-377-1203 please Capit al Area Michigan leave your name and Works! 2110 S outh C eda r phone number. Idea l for S t., Lansing, Michigan or retired indiv idu als and any public library. AA/EOE others. Must be 18+ .

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Maintenance GENERAL MAINTENANCE Needed for not-for -profit apartment building. Dry wall repair & painting. Duties include moder ate lift ing, grounds keeping & snow removal. HVAC knowledge helpfu l but not required. Requires on-call rotation. To apply please go to: www.cb.com, refer ence job # JGM3

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LAKE ODESA LAKE FRONT OPEN HOU,SE Sat . 1 – 3 pm. 1520 Virginia S t. PRICE REDUCED. 3 BR, 2 bath. C ompletely renovated. $225,900. 517-204-2081.

COMMUNICATIONS SPE CIALIST for Ingham Intermedia te School District. The indiv idu al in this position will provide marketing expertise and assistance with communications to Ingham Intermedia te School District’s programs and services. Q ualifica tions include a Bachelor’s degr ee in business, E nglish, journ alism, communication, marketing or public relations. Nineteen to twenty-four months recent and relevant successf ul experience in applying best practices to dev elop effec tive marketing strategies, implement marketing campaigns and measure the results. Terms of E mployment: 45 wks/yr, 5 d ays/wk, 8 hrs/d ay. C ompensation: $39,481-62, 245 per year. Application Deadline: Thursd ay, August 12, 2010 @ 4:00p.m. A completed online application, resume and cover letter of interest are required. For a complete job des cription and application instructions please visit our website at www.inghamisd.or g. C omputers with Internet access are available at the Capit al Area Michigan Works! 2110 S outh C eda r S t., Lansing, Michigan or any public library. AA/EOE

HVAC TECH E xperience or schooling required. Motivated, good d riving record. E mail Resume: briggsmechanical@ gmail.com or Fax: 517-655-4840 Williamston

Medical Medical Billing Trainees needed!

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PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT Practice seeks two f ull-time licensed Physician Assistants for busy, well-established Gastroenterology practice. C ompetitive salary, benefits. Call 517-485-231 7, or f ax resume & cover letter to: 517-485-1490 .

Business Opport. Self Employment ASSEMBLE MAGNETS & CRAFTS f rom Home! YearRound Work! E xcellent Pay! No E xperience! Top US C ompany! Glue Gun, Painting, Jewelry, More! Toll Free 1-866-844-50 91 MM

Mobile Homes For Sale HOLT 2 bd rm., $1,500. Little work needed. Financing available. 8 66-694-08 21.

LAKE ODESA LAKE FRONT OPEN HOU,SE Sat . 1 – 3 pm. 1520 Virginia S t. PRICE REDUCED. 3 BR, 2 bath. C ompletely renovat- E ABLISHED carpet cleaned. $229,900. 517-204-2081. ST ing & related services business in greater Lansing area. Profit able turnkey operation. E xcellent growth potential. Must have proof of f unding prior. $60K. 517-898-7305. WATERFRONT 1025 SQ. f t. cottage on the S outh Branch of the Pere Marquette River, in Ruby C reek, MI. 130’ f rontage. Addit ional infor mation upon request. $129,900. CHAPEL HILLS In The Gar231-578-1006. den of the Last S upper. 168-B spaces 1-2-3-4. Make offer . 989-466-4463 lv msg.

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INCOME PROPERTY - Delta Twp., Waverly Schools , 2 bd rm units, owner occupied or investment, interest rates are low for potential good cash flow . 989-587 -3308.

LANSING-16 UNIT All indi vidu al utilities. $350,000. Call 517-388-0 584

Land For Sale Homes For Sale

"37 ACRES $92,000- S t. Johns area. G o r g e o u s grass land acreage, some woods , pond, great build ing site & hunting. Francis Rd. to C hurch. Tim Forell West Michigan Real E state 616-813 -5244" or 450-8915.

EAST LAWN MEMORIAL Gardens , Garden of Nativity, lot #39-C space 4, 1 dou ble dept h lawn crypt w/vault. 16x24 bronze marker w/vase, $4500 value, selling for $2900. 517927-1568

Apartments For Rent $444 OFF A 12-MO. LEA!SE Forest View Apts in Haslett *Immedia te Occupancy *Co zy 1 bd rm Apts. $560 *PET WELCOME *Single level bldg w/private entries *Washer/Dryer hook ups in utility room *Vaulted ceiling in living room *St orage access * Lovely wooded setting *Clos e to everything Call toda y for info and tour! 517-349-2250 C ondit ions apply.

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2001 SHULTZ mfg. home. 27x54 w/att’d garage 24x28, also covered rear BY OWNER - C lean 3 bd rm., porch, $59,900, psbl. short central air, 1.5 car garage, term contract. 499 S hade fenc ed yard, enclosed Tree Trail, S ycamore Vilporch. $45,900. No Land lage in Mason. 517-749C ontract. Call E lise at: 5172054, 517-628-2327 927-4467 or go to: f sbolansing.com, 901 Le- CHARLOTTE AREA- (2) DBL. nore Ave., for more det ails. WIDE.S Each 3 bd rm., 2 bath on seperate lots. Possible room for horses. Land contract available. 616-754-3044

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1000 ENVELOPES = $5000 Receive $5 for every E nve- BY OWNER- EXECUTIVE lope S tuffed. Guaranteed! HOME close to schools & 8 00-80 5-480 8 shopping. 3 possible 5 MM bd rm., many ammenities. Priced to sell. Call: 517- 1978 HOLLY PARK 14x67’ 230-7117 or 989-224-605 6 w/7.5 x 23’ expanded area in LR/DR. 2 BR, 1 1/2 ba, all appli. & W/D, AC, f urnace new in ’08, 3 season rm, storage shed. Located in Winds or E states, Dimond ale. $6000. 517-669-2189. EAST LANSING. new dining, living, bd rm. & bath. WIDE E xcellent $53,400 value, asking DOUBLE cond. 3 or 4 bd rm, 2 baths, SEE SOURCEADS.COM $43,200 or make offer . cathed r al ceiling, living If interested please call OR CALL LCN TOLL FREE room, dining room, kitch517-337-068 3. en, appliances included, dec k & storage shed. Located in Holt, 1 owner, It’s not too late to find a now $25,000. 517-647-4690

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BEAUTIFUL 3 BR. HOU S E in AIRPORT NEAR, CLEAN Averill Woods S ubd. Natu1 bd rm, includes utilities. ral woodw ork w/new $500. appli., 2 car gar. Full bsmt. 517-488-16 45 Q uiet area. 15 mins. to MSU or dow ntown. $870. AUTO 517-525-228 3. Avail. S ept. OWNERS/ WAVERLY 1st. Photos at apts.com Lg. clean quiet deluxe 1&2 bd rms, f rom $525, no pets. Free heat. 517-712- EATON RAPIDS 1 bd rm apt., 4915, 202-3234, 323-1153 $550, utilities, cable & trash included. Idea for single occupant. 517-930BEECHFIELD E f f iciency thru 0627. 2 bedr oom, $325-$540. U tilities included. Taylor Realty 517-272-1512. GRAND LEDGE 2 bd rm. fir eplace, CARY APTS. S . LANSING. 1 & garage, central air, 2 bd rms., $470-$570 mo., washer & d ryer, $750heat, water, sewer & trash $800. 517-349-8000 or included. 517-202-3964. 517-28 2-9669 C LONIAL O VILLAGE AREA: 1 bedr oom Q uiet Area. No S moking, No Pets. Call 517-485-4300

GRAND LEDGE apts for rent. 1 & 2 bd rm. upper units. $470/mo. Near dow ntown. Call 517-627-6253

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GREAT APT, GREAT PRICE . 2 bd rm., near Willow & Waverly. Free heat, f ree water. 517-303-668 0

MASON 2 bd rm. fir eplace, central air, washer/ d ryer. $750-$840 . 517-349-8000/ 517-28 2-9669

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KINGSTON PLACE SENIOR APARTMENTS Car efr ee living for ad ults 55 and up in “charming" dow ntown Eat on Rapids . 1 and 2 bd rm. apts. available starting at $377/mo. Inunit washers & d ryers, carports, community and entertainment rooms and much more. Call C hristina at 517-663-1900. Pets welcome.

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Garage Sales Lansing 1213 PACIFIC AVE. Aug. 6-7, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Lawn mower, 3 rain barrels, 2 infla table kayaks, household items, clothes, & misc. 1323 INDIANA AVE. (near corner of Penn & Grand River) Aug 6 & 7 10am4pm. Baby clothes, kitchen items, dec orative and seasonal.

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BDRM W/BASEMENT, W/D hookup, near Ingham Medical, $480 + utilities. Call 517-281-1236.

5826 ORC HARD CT. C lean 3 bd rm, 1½ bath, f ull basement with W/D hookup. New carpet, appliances. H O L T : 2 bd rm, 1.5 bath 2 Fenced backyard, private story partially finis hed dec k. C entral air. $800 + bsmt, laundry hookup, utils. 517-332-9255. dec k, air, Incl. snow, sewer, water, trash, lawn. Newer paint, carpet & ap- EATON RAPIDS immed. pliances. Cat or Toy dog occ. 3 bd rm. d uplex, 2 ok. $725. 517-853 -6307. bd rms. up, 1 dow n, walking dista nce to dow ntown, incl. stove, refr ig., garage. MASON LARGE upda ted 2 $625/mo. + security dep. bd rm., 2 story + bsmnt. Ref. required. 517-663-6650 laundry hookup, carport, leave message. fir eplace. Patio. Newer appliances, paint & blinds . Trash, lawn, major snow MASO-N LESLIE AREA 3010 incl. No big dogs . Nice Annis Rd. Beautifu l counarea. $685+ . 517-853 -6307 try setting, 2 story + f ull bsmt. 3 bd rms., 1 1/2 baths, kitchen, dec k off MASO:N TOWNHOUSE 302 dining area, liv. rm., att. W. S outh S t., great locagarage, W/D hookup, tion. 2 bd rm., 1½ bath, appli. f urn., $82 5 sec. dep. C /A, covered parking, f ull $8 2 5 mo. + utils. C redit bsmt, yard care, quiet. No check. No pets, no smokpets. $700/mo.+ utilities. ing. 517-589-8362. 517-676-5666 WEBBERVILLE2 bd rm. d uplex, 2 car garage, $740/mo. 517-521-3242 or 810 -923-0910.

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3 FAMILY YARD sale. 4305 S eaway Dr. Fri.- Sat . Aug 67, 8 am. Misc., household, f urn., air & hand tools, hard ware, baby items, telescope, windows, tires, utility tub, PVC, roofing material and books.

CHARLOTTE- MULTI FAMI LY SALE, TOOLS , TOOLS, TOOLS!!! 438 Prarie S t., Aug. 5, 6 & 7, 8-? Harley items, antiques and much more!!!

GARAGE SALE HUGE SALE Aug. 5-Aug.7, 8- HUGE 1800 Olds Rd. Leslie, MI. 5. 7607 Williams Rd., Lans(east side of 127). Lots of ing, between Hart Hwy. & everything!!!! Aug. 5-6, 9-5 Jolly Rd. Antiques & p.m., Aug. 7, 9-3. collectibles, f urniture, auto parts, toys, books, record s, clothes, cigarette & HUGE MOVING SALE!!!! coke machines, beer can 1370 Divine Hwy. , Lyons. collection, hard wood floor Wed. & Thur. 9-6, Fri. 9-3. ing, & many misc. items. Furn., for mal dining rm, cherry portable bar, 54’’ TV, offic e f urn., air hockey, foos ball, bikes, golf carts, TVs, extensive auto acc., shocks, tools, much more! LESLIE317 S . SHERMAN S t. Thur., August 5, 10am-5pm LESLIE12350 LANSING Fri., August 6, 10am-6pm AVE , 49251, August 5, 2010 Sat ., August 7, 10am-6pm through August 8, 2010 boots & shoes, china, 8:00a m-6:00pm d aily. Baby clothing & accessories, items, books, boots and glassware, kitchen items, shoes, childr en’s clothing, men’s & women’s clothing, clothing and accessories, Holida y items, plastic storcostume jew elry, craf ts, age, & much more! Take games, kitchen items, US-127 to Bellevue Rd./ Letoys, women’s clothing, slie (E xit 56). S traight thru take out light and then turn right on S . S herman S t. (just past MULTI FAMILY SALE - 11506 the Rich gas station) Risner Ln., ¼ MI. S . OF M99 & C olumbia. Aug. 6, 7 & 8, 9-3p.m. 40’ canopy, household, jew lery, ad ult tricycle, Adir ondack rockers, f ramed butterflies & more. C HARLOTTE -HU GE SALE!!! ONONDAGA- HUGE SALE! 7474 Oneida Rd., Aug. 5, 4519 Ononda ga Rd., 6 & 7, 9-5p.m. C raf ts(corner of Ononda ga & man table saw, power Bellevue) Aug. 6 & 7, 8-? & mechanics tools, tool Lots of everything, too chest & roll cart. Golf & much to list. fis hing equip. Lawn mower. C ollectibles including: banks, dolls & salt/pepper shakers. LaPORTLANDATTENTION dies lg. sizes BonWorth TE AC HE RS - 10227 Keefer clothing, $15/set. Men’s Hwy., Fri. ONLY, 9-4p.m. ties. Pickers delight ! U pper elementary classEVERYTJHING MUST room materials, 100’s of GO. For dir ections call: books, bulliten board sets 517-28 2-4730. & seasonal dec or. Women’s sz. 4-6 & 15-18 clothing & sz. 9 shoes. HouseEmail the Lansing Community hold items, gas wall heater Newspapers 24/7 at: along with years of acculcnclassifieds@gannett.com mulation!!!

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– exec WILLIAMSTON 760 E C hurch WATER VIEW PLACE condos for rent. 2 & 3 S t. apt. $575/mo. + elecbd rm, 1500-2200 sf, 3 levtric. 2 bd rm., 1 bath, reels w/lots of storage, cently refurb ished. Call attchd. garage. On river in 517-285-0 575 d wntn DeWitt next to park and walking trails. Incl. f ree wireless internet, canoe use, d ry-cleaning pickup and much more. Please call Tim at: 517-28 2-0500 HASLETT Lakefront on Lake Lansing w/doc k, gazebo, beautifu l view. patio or dec k. Luxury 2 bd rm w/ offic e, condo/ apt. New maple kitchen, BLUE WATER VILLAGE black/ stainless applianDimonda le, near GM Delta ces, carpet, air. W/D. some plant. New 2 & 3 bd rms, 2 fir eplace & granite, No big baths, starting at $800. dogs , incl lawn, trash,snow Water & trash incl. all ap$895-$97 5 517-853 -6307 pliances, bsmt., pets welcome. Call 517-749-1714 or 517-372-6250 HOUSING DISCRIMINATION? Call The Fair Housing MAS O :N MOVE IN C enter at: 1-877-97 9-FAIR. S pecial. S pacious 2 S UTHEAST O LANSING 3 bd rm, 1.5 bath garage, bd rm., 2 baths, loft , air, Email the Lansing Community f ull private bsmt, air. bsmt., dec k, great neighNewspapers 24/7 at: $750/mo. 517-230borhood. No pets. $755 + lcnclassifieds@gannett.com 3885/ 517-202-1781 depos it. 517-393-8970.

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ST. JOHNS - 4197 & 4245 DEWITT - 2 FAMILIES C ounty Farm Rd. Aug. 6, 93922 & 3928 Blue S pruce 7p.m. & Aug. 7, 9-2p.m. 3 Aug 6 (8-6 ) Aug 7 (8-3 ) ent. centers, cabin winFurniture, BounceHouse dows for craf ts, household C lothes, Antiques, TVs items, baby items, child Housewares, Toys/Bikes ren’s bikes, toys, artwork, North on Airport, East on beer mirrors, fis hing Herbison, Rt on Bl.S pruce items, tree stand. Girl’s and ad ult clothing. DEWITT 506 S DeWitt Dr, Fri/Sat 8 /6 & 7; 8 a-4p Multi-Family; LOW PRICES; ST. JOHN-S GROWTH SPURT handy man specials, craf t SALE, 4500 S . Francis Rd., supplies, household, f urniAug. 5 & 6, 9-6p.m Boys ture, toys, holida y DeWitt size 8-12 clothing, girls Rd to Dill Rd west to DeWsize 8 clothing. Men’s & itt Dr women’s clothing. S ome f urn., PartyLite and more!!! ESTATE SALE. 112 KRE BS , C H AR L O TTE . Fri. & Sat ., Aug. 6 & 7. 9 to 2 d aily. At the main dow ntown lite at Lawrence & C ochran go S . on C ochran 3 blocks to Krebs. Full house with nice 426 JONES ST Grand Ledge. upholstered f urn. Aug 5-6, 8-5; Aug. 7, 8-1. Lots of quilting f abric, pan- Williams/S onoma oak din els, patterns, quilting & ing set, maple dining set crossstitch magazines. w/ sideb oard & china cab., New marble vanity sink, 40s pine corner cabinet, older teen girl clothes, 40s mahogany tables, fine Howard Miller beveled leath. j acket & much more glass china cab, side taAFTER 40 YEARS this Vic- bles, tv’s, lamps inc. gwtw, torian home is sold. E very- wall art, single & d bl. beds , thing must go. U tility trlr, d ressers, Omni wall unit, riding lawn mower, f urn., Hitchcock rocker, antiques many other items. Aug. 5- w/ oak commode, rocker, 6, 9-4; & Aug. 7, 9-noon. oak offic e chair, mirror & 123 E . C herry S t., Mason. mantle clock, 40s des k, ced ar chest, old handma de U se alley if possible. d resser & other f urniture. Antique smalls w/ mint DELTA TOWNSHIPESTATE SALE, 180 5 Can yon Trail C hein ferri s wheel, Marx train w/ orig. boxes, lion (off Willow btwn. E lmwood bank, 100s of old post& Waverly) Aug. 6 ONLY, 86p.m. Furniture, elec. card s, pocket watch, C harreclyner, rockers, lotte yearbooks, Roseville loveseat, table & chairs, 15” vase, sm. Hull vase, Nippon nouveau, Noritake household items, LOTS of clothng (men’s & wom- Pasadena china set, And rea cookware, teacup en’s) and more!!1 coll., black chef cookie j ar, stoneware DEWITT-147 47 Lullingstone, blue/white pitcher, carnival, Fenton, Fri., Aug. 6th, 8-4pm. Books, clothing & accesso- miniatures, linens, jew elry, silverware, lots of kitchen, ries, f urn., games, glassmicro, sm. ware, kitchen items, musi- cookware, many puzzles, cal instruments. Safr on app’l., Hill S ub. off S toll and Air- Profor m treadmill, wrought iron outd o or f urn., meport Rd s. tal cabinets, upright f reeGRAND LEDGE- 307 E . Lin- zer, folding chairs, grill & coln S t., Aug. 6, 9-6p.m. & lots more. BLOOMQUIST SERVICES. E ntry Aug. 7, 8-4p.m. S now ESTATE board, ceiling f an, washer numbers at 8 Fri. House at & d ryer. Wood stove, toys 9. >> Long list & pictures at www.estatesales.net and much more!!!

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HASLETT1414 MASON 4 FAMILY SALE 927 ST. JOHN:S FAMILY OF 5 HOUSEHOLD 1391 Brown HolTONAWANDA Dr., Aug. 5, 6 S . BARNE S S T. Thurs.-Fri. GARAGE SALE low (Neighborhood S . of & 7, 9-5p.m. Holida y dec or, Aug. 5-6, 10-7 p.m. Dozens Aug. 6-7, 8 a.m.-2p.m. Andy T’s off Old 27) Fri. salt & pepper shaker colof perennials, household 8 620 RIVE RBE ND, PO R TAug. 6 & Sat . Aug. 7, 8:30- 6. lection, Tupperware and goods , f urniture, dec oraLAND. Household, Mitre 3 Family Sale. Amish log many more treasures! tions, clothes, shoes, movsaw NIB, HP5 Printer, bed & accessories, 2 tiered ies, books, C oleman pop childr ens toys, & much fis h tank, pellet gun, Fend up $250/obo, antique HASLETT- HUGE MULTI much more. er guitar & amp, mens kitchen cabinet $100. FAMILY BARN SALE, 14127 Trek bike, home school Dunn Rd., (1 blk. E . of curriculum, sewing maWoodb ury E . of Bradon FOWLERVILLE: Thurs.-Fri. MOVING SALE Furniture, chine, camping gear, mens Rd., ½ mi. S . of 69) Aug. 6 Aug. 5-6, 9-4:30; Sat . Aug. kitchen items, some womens & teen clothing, & 7, 9-6p.m. Fishing boat, 7, 9-2. ANNUAL COMMUNI collectibles, Dept. 56 housewares, collectibles, boat trailer, guns & tools, TY WIDE YARD SALES! C hristmas figurines , wed C hristmas dec or, & more. lg. variety of household Books at Masonic Hall ding cake pans, cub cadet items, craf t supplies, (C heck hours) Maps at parts, lots of everything. ST. JOHNS - HUGE S ALE , games, toys. Ad ult & chilFowlerville Hard ware. Fri.-Sat . Aug. 6-7, 10-6. 507 E . McConnell S t. Aug. d ren clothing, books, reMoving Sale, collectibles, 3924 C ircle Dr., Mason. 5-7, 8-6 pm. C lothing sizes: cord s & much more. tools, antiques. S omething girls 3T-14/16, j unior girls, for everyone. Watch for OKEMOS lg moving sale. womens small-3x; kids HASLETT NEIGHBORHOOD signs! Antique d resser, kitch. tatoys & games, X-mas SALES Near Lake Lansing ble & chairs, ’60s contemitems, books, PartyLite, Park, C olumbia S t. off porary lamp, unique colGARAGE SALE Pre-moving household, sports collecM arsh between Pike & lection of posters, lots of sale. Household items, littibles, LOTS of misc items Bliss. Fri. 9-5 p.m., Sat . 9-1 art books, old i d s hes, tle of everything, snow p.m. Rain or shine. S tove, barbies, & other antiques blower. 1/2 mi. f rom dis hes, f urniture, lamps, S IELD - MOVING SALE & collectibles. Sale in the UNF Grand River Hwy on Frost pictures, WWII gas mask, 10394 N. C linton Tr., Aug. 5, condo. DO NOT PARK IN Road, Portland. Aug 6, 9games, IBM selectric, 6 & 7, 9-5p.m. Natural gas DRIVEWAY. 3691 Taos C ir5:30. household & more. stove, antiques, Nascar cle, C oyote C reek C ondos collectibles & yearbooks. N. of Jolly off Okemos Rd. HOLT- 2 TEACHERS & THEIR GRAND LEDGE- 3RD GRADE Rugs, curtains, DVDs, Fri 9-3, Sat . 8-1 TREASUR!ES 75+ Years ReTEACHER’ S RETIREMENT home & garden. Household tirement Sale. 2127 SALE, 916 McDiarmid Ln. items, baby clothes, more. PORTLAN D HU G E MU LTI Mead o w lawn, Aug. 6 & 7, Aug. 6 & 7, 9-3p.m. 36 yrs. FAMILY. 9105 BARNES RD. 9-5p.m. Resource books, worth of: Videos , books, (between Maynard & Dibulletin board s, arts & bins & baskets, posters, SALE DURING BATH vine). Thurs. Aug. 5 & Fri. YARD craf ts, supplies, books, math games, idea books, D A Y S WE E K E N D . Fri.Aug. 6, 9-5. Gas d ryer, Jenmovies, games & more!!! back to school items, masSat .-S un. Aug. 6, 7 & 8. nings Buckmaster Lite sive professiona l library, 6185 S leight Rd. in Bath, Bow, jogging stroller, antiHOLT GARAGE SALE many brand new or like 4880 8. Furniture, dis hes, ques, boy & girl clothes 1588 ANTLER C R. new items. S et up your clothes, coats, & misc. newborn to teen, Fri. Aug. 6, 12 -9 p.m., classroom. Also, many scrapbooking, books, toys Sat . Aug. 7, 9-8, household items incl.: 10 & much more. S un. Aug. 8, 9-5. pc. patio f urn. set, like new YARD SALE INCLUDING Toro lawnmower, dor m building materials, winYARD SALE size f ridge, TV stand, more HUGE BARN SALE Aug. 6-7, PORTLAND dows, doors, lumber & Aug. 6-7, 7 a.m.-7 p.m. 8 a.m.-?. C learing out more. 4000 E . Holt Rd., (Rain d ate Aug. 13-14). years of stuff including Holt, MI. Aug. 5 & 6, 7:30-5 GRAND LEDGE- ESTATE C ROS S S T. Tools, ref r igerbuilding items, lands cape, & Sat . Aug. 7, 8-3 p.m. S A L E , 704 E d ward s S t. ator, air hockey game, 4 hunting, fis hing, womens Aug. 6 & 7, 8-5p.m. Antioutdoor cushioned lawn & mens clothes, 36x30 que: photos, post card s, chairs, 3 rm canvas tent, pants, lg shirts, glassware, buttons, jew elry, etched 100 yr old reclining oak MSU S partan collectibles, crystal, Candlew ick, rocking chair, kitchen supcompact tractor, Kawasaki pocketwatches, silverplies & much more. Mule, old icebox, automoware, etc. tive, C hristmas, f arm, C ostume jew elry, dis hes GRAND LEDGE wicker, shelving, quilts, T S . JOHNS - 6227 W. Parks and much more!!! 411 SEMIN ARY ST. something for everyone. Rd., crossroad s Lowell & Sat . & S un 7/31 & 8 /1 Fri. & Sat . 2426 E . C olony Francis. Aug. 6-7, 9-6 & 8 am-4pm. Furniture, Rd., S t. Johns. No Ear ly GRAND LEDGE - TRASH TO Aug. 8, noon-5. Baby items, Yard E quipment, Paint, Sales . TRE AS U RE TENT SALE at infa nt boys, women & C lothing, & Much More! the First C ongregational mens clothing, books, C hurch located on Sagi - PORTLANDvideos , toys, games, lots of 215 ALBRO naw Hwy. j ust W. of Jenne baskets & vases, Direct TV Aug. 7, 8-3 , Aug. 8, 8-1. Email the Lansing Community S t. Lots of great stuff. Fri. dis h & 2 receivers, stainBikes, stereo, electronics, Newspapers 24/7 at: Aug. 6 & Sat . Aug. 7, 8 less steel kitchen sink, & household, & much much lcnclassifieds@gannett.com a.m.-3 p.m. some f urniture. more.

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Homes For Rent

Lake Waterfront For Rent

Boats and Motors

Shared Housing

Motorcycles-Minibikes-GoKarts

1021 MAYCROFT Greatl DANSVILLE PORTLAND- 3 bd rm., 1 bath HOUGHTON SCHOOLS FEMALE TO 2008 HONDA REBEL Less LAKE C lean 2 DIMONDALE: OUTBOARD MOTORSdea l! C ozy warm home, ranch. 2 1/2 car garage, Williamston addr ess. 5 mi. rent room in beautifu l than 3,000 mi., like brand bd rm cottages, excellent U S E D 2 through 25HP, quiet neighborhood, $980 f ull bsmt., appliances, C /A, f rom I-96, 30 min. comhome. $400 mo., all utilitnew, $2,400 or best offer . swimming, boat. A u g .some longshaf t, some mo. 3 bd rms, 2BA, finis hsmoke f ree. No pets. Q uiet mute to Lansing or Howell. ies paid. Free cable & ina C ll 517-541-0996. S ept. $375wk. 989-422-4896 elec. start, 2 line presed basement, huge yard, subdiv ision. Near I96. $800 1 bath, 2 lg bd rms., 1 den, ternet. Please call Jill at sure tanks, 517-663-0576 washer/d ryer in unit, air per mo., $700 sec. dep. Imquiet country home w/lg 517-646-5926. HARLEY 1992 FXLR cond. (517)214-1369. media te occupancy. 517backyard, smoke f ree, Lowrider C ustom, low mi., f aith7491@att.net 647-2242 or 517-505-2667. $750 mo. 517-231-1902. POLARIS, 2004 QUAD, lots of extras, call for pric$3800/best offer . 989-235ing too much to list 5171014 1090 MEADOWLAWN, Dew- E . LANSING: TOWAR GARST JOHNS – 394-5886. DOWNTOWN 408 W. Ionia, DE NS , 3 bd rm ranch, dec k, itt Twp, 2 bd rm. $550/ mo+ Only $340/Mo! Lease to f urnished, close to LCC W/D, air, pets, $800/mo. + dep, sewer incl. No pets. Own! Your Own Home! 2001 V-STAR and C ooley. $335 per dep. 285-3867 or 887-9192 Y DAVIDSON WIDE S ec 8 ok. 517-487-0825 Over 1,500 sq.ft . New Car 650cc, 9081 mi., $3000 or HARLE LANSING spacious offic e, month utilities incl. Glide 2002 25k Miles, E xpet & Paint ~ Many more best offer . Call 517-719f ull or part time in an es517-749-3890 cellent C ond i t ion and Well to choose f rom!! 1 bd rm., on 600 N. MLK - 3 bd rm., GRAND LEDGE 9993. tablished therapy practice. Maintained. S tage 1 PerTHE MEADOWS the river, patio dec k, f urw/balcony off master Includes waiting room, f ax for mance E quip. $8400 (989) 224-7707 nished, washer & d ryer, 10 bd rm., 2 bath. Full bsmnt. 1996 18 ’ W S T E WATE R copier, kitchen area, utilit( 5 1 7 ) 6 5 5 - 1 8 3 7 HARLEY DAVIDSON DOWNTOWN AREA mo. lease. Call 602-300new carpet & vinyl PONTOON 25hp Yamaha, 2008 ies & phone. Possibility of shark@cablespeed.c om S portster Nightster. Black. f urnished room, all util9672. throughout, gas fir eplace, $2800 or best offer . Must ST. JOHNS Well kept 2 bd rm referra ls. Ph. 517-703-0110 Low miles. $7,500 ities paid, no depos it, w/W/D hookup. Includes sell. a C ll 517-881-9055. home, 2 car garage, large or rd p hd @ j uno.com (517)282-8413 $75 per wk. 517-372appliances. Fenced yard. kitchen, W/D hookup, lots Planning an Auction? 6250 or 517-894-1281. HOMES FOR RENT $750+_ utils. 517-332-9255 of storage space. Great loLansing - 2 or 3 BR; cation. $750 per mo., tenSee SourceAds.com 25’ PONTOON BOAT & 35 hp 2008 HARLEY DAVIDSON ul1.5 Bath, basement, Email the Lansing Community ant pays water & electric. tra classic, black, low mi., motor, on a trailer, many Newspapers 24/7 at: garage, 1000-1200 sq f t. Email the Lansing Community or Call LCN Toll Free 609 COOPER. - 1 bd rm., Available for occupancy ABS, GPS, security system, extras, $4,500 or best of lcnclassifieds@gannett.com $750-800/mo Newspapers 24/7 at: newly remodeled, stove Aug. 1st. 517-282-8015. 7 yr warranty, $17,300. fer . 517-371-1252. 877.475.SELL (517) 482-8771 lcnclassifieds@gannett.com & f ridge. $475/mo. No 517-977-1008 wencoproperties@att.net dep. 517-645-7044. WILLIAMSTON 301 Lisa Lane. $750/mo. + utilities. 3 bd rm., 2 bath, 1100 sq.ft ., 2 car garage, LANS ING - 2-3 bd rm housAFFORDABLE HOMES 1-4 no bsmt. Call 517-285-0575 es, 1 & 2 bd rm d uplex, & 2 bd rms, S ection 8 OK. bd rm apts. $450-$800. LoPets OK. Move in specal owner cell 989-550cial! Flexible terms 1181. available. $395-$1095. 517-651-1374

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Office Space For Rent

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TRAIL LITE CROSSOVER Travel Trailer 2008 Brand new condit ion! Fully load ed 19 ’ plus many extras. 2360#’s - Pull with an SUV. E mail for pics. $7995.00 (517)852-1880 mahoff9@ wildb lue.net

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Homes For Rent

Boats and Motors

VERY SMALL E f f icie ncy home in country, deW itt Twp, f urn., $475+ elect. & sec. 669-8205 af ter 6 p.m. Will check refer ences.

Mobile Homes For Rent GRAND LEDGE: 2 bd rms., $510+ util. + $510 sec. dep. No pets. Call 517-627-8983, or 517-896-3285.

1-877-475-SELL

Get The Job Done Right

BARN ROOF We put steel roofs on high barns. Ask for John 616-527-3635.

Builders-ContractorsRemodelers

FENCING sales, Installation & Repairs. S ince 1971 Free E stimates Gary S pidel 517-852-1724

Floor Services

Mr. Natural’s Wood Floors

DINNING BUILDERS

Total Remodeling

• Refinish ing • Repairs • Installation

Interior & E xterior

204-7697

F R EE Estimates 39 3-0660 o r 49 0-869 6 Since 19 88

terrydinning@ yahoo.com

Computer Sales -Service C MPUTER O REVIVER: U pgrades , internet repair, virus, spyware removal, d ata rec. 30 d ay wrnty. E rik 517-484-6364. Housecalls.

Concrete Work

Gutters

Drywall 2ND GENERATION DRYWALL 24 yrs. exp. repair, remodel & addit ions. Insured. Jeff (517)622-4360 Gary’s Drywall Finishing "U -Hang, We-Finish" 517-927-3853 garysd rywallfinis hing.com

JUNK R EMOVA L

ppliances • ABrush • Carpet • F urniture • Metal • Wo o d • Co ncrete • Shingles •

Senio r D isco unt

327-6001

Seamless Gutters 5” & 6” Gutters • Master Shields Gutter Protecion • Windows & Siding

Licensed • Insured Free Estimates 5 17-649-2344

Fencing

517.322.4131 Trash removal Appliances, brush, carpet, wood, etc. S enior dis c. Eav estrough C leaning. TRASH, BRUSH, APPL. hauled Yard & build. clean up, trees & bushes trimmed. Low Prices! Mike 393-4664

&

SIDING Since 1975 •

Repairs

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Replacement

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Licensed

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Insured

HEALTHY HOMES

• Housecleaning • Laundry • Green produ cts provided

FIRST VISIT FREE

Insured & Bonded

517-28 2-2475

Landscaping

Lawn repair, new lawns installed, seeding, sod, mulching, pruning/ trimming, lands caping. Low Prices Free E stimates Licensed & Insured

D & D Lawn Car e S ervices. S ummer C lean U p, Lawn Mowing. S ince 1970. Free E stimates. 517-541-0777

S tacy Lawn & S now Inc

C ommercial • Resident ial Free E stimates Lands caping, Mowing, Trimming, E dging S pring & Fall C lean-U p Deck C leaning & Junk, Brush Haul Away

Please call 517-204-5771

Masonry MASONRY RESTORATION Res/comm., historic. Repair brick, block & stone. Fndn/ chimney repair/new. Lic. & Ins. 517-647-5380

Painting-Papering -Plastering PAINTING PERFECTIONS. Int & ext. Q uality work. Refer ences, f ree est. (517)332-3281 or 290-4187.

Pools-Spas and Accessories WATER DELIVERED FOR S wimming Pools, Hot Tubs, Ponds , C onstruction S ites, E tc. 517-202-6941

Email the Lansing Community Newspapers 24/7 at: lcnclassifieds@gannett.com

Roofing-Siding ROOFING, S iding, Doors and all Repairs. Free E stimates. 20 years experience. Call 517-977-0124

T&M Roofing

SPECIALIZING IN ROOFING, SIDING AND GENERAL REPAIRS Licensed and Insured Free E stimates 37 Years E xperience Offic e: 517-391-2692 or 517-290-4095

Q uality Work is Our Business

Stump Removel 517-321-8222 800-843-6561 FREE ESTIMATES

BENJAMIN STUMP REMOVAL (Formerly Bill’s S tump Removal). Prompt service, f ree estimates. Insured. 517 285-7831, 517 625-5652

Reliable C onstruction

S ince 1968 Vinyl siding, vinyl windows & shingled roofs SUMMER DISCOUNTS Financing Insurance Repair Free E stimates Licensed & Insured

517-646-9945 1-800-87 8 -1795

ROOFING REPAIR & CLEANING SERVICE

• Roofing • Roofing Repair • S hingle C leaning • Deck C leaning • Gutter C leaning No job too big or small. Q uality Work Free E stimates

517-588-10

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TAYLOR’S ROOFING

Professiona l resident ial home specialists. All insurance claims. No job too big or too small. Also gutters, gutter covers, dec ks, siding & more.

Licensed & Insured 517-482 -9988

Call Toda y

517-323-1893

Roofing-Siding

Tree Service

AERIAL TREE SERVICE

Reaching New Heights • Tree Trim m ing & Rem oval • Brush Rem oval • Comm m ercial • Resi Residential

Insured FFREE FR REE EEE ES EESTIMATES ESTI TIMA TIM TI MATE MA M ATE TESS Experienced Clim ber Office 5 17-663-68 30 or 5 17-444-0429

dibrown@aerialoflansing .com T ree R emo val Services T otal T ree Care Since 19 80

(517) 857-2333 Expert Trimming & Removals Thinning, Elevating, *Fully Insured* Dead Limbing & Shaping *Free Advice* 60 ft. AERIAL WORK TRUC K Kyran VanSickle Owner/Certified Arbo rist

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

QUA LIT Y WOR K EXCELLENT R EF ER ENCES

WINDS OF CHANGE Tree S ervice. Mark Beutler Lic. & Ins. Free E stimates 517-214-0364, 517-672-0785

August 1, 2010

Hauling-Trucking &

Fence for all occasions, light excavating, holes augered, bucket & pallet for k work. We clean up scrap metal for f ree.

House Cleaning

LAWNS

Mowing, Vacation Mowing, S eeding, Tree Removal, Eav estrough C leaning, Garden Tilling, Bushes Trimmed, Bush Pulling

Lawn and Tree Service

Home ImprovementRepairs

ERICKSON

ROOFING

"LOOK YOUR BEST"

S ince 1986 Free E stimates 517-993-2052 (517) 694-7502

or

1-800-992-9917

Roofing-Siding

R. Knott S ervices

EAVESTROUGH CLEANING & minor repair. Also Power RENOVATIONS Washing. Free estimates. HOME Home remodeling & HanCall (517) 322-4131 d yman services. Free est. Licensed. Call 517-862-6374

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For Free E stimate Call 517-669-8066

e Best Pric Around

Landscaping

GUILF O R D’S

CONCRET:E Only if you really want it done right. Ask your f riends and neighbors. 30+ yrs. experience. Call Don Sch roeder , 517-676-6809

DONE RIGHT FENCE SKID LOADER SERVICE

(7355)

Hauling-Trucking

Fencing

Barn Work

877-475-SELL

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4968 Wheaton Rd., 4 bd rm., 1.5 bath 2 story 2000+ sq. f t. f armhouse. Full bsmnt., f uel oil heat. 517-622-6059 or www.sunda ncefa milyhomecenter. com

NEAT & CLEAN 2/3 bd rms., C ent. Air, f ull bsmt., walk-in attic for extra storage space & garage. $625 per mo. 517-6417271 or 517-214-7648.

CANADIAN FISHING CAB INS for RENT. Walleyes, j umbo perch, big northerns. Call Hugh or Doris toll f ree 800-426-2550 for f ree brochure. Or look at our website www.bestfis hing.com MM

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CHARLOTTE

LANSING- 2 BDRM/1 BATH Home for $19,900. Payments as low as $130/mo. Call Now 800-240-0578

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BEAUTIFUL 3 BR. HOU S E in Averill Woods S ubd. Natural woodw ork w/new appli., 2 car gar. Full bsmt. Q uiet area. 15 mins. to MSU or dow ntown. $870. 517-525-2283. Avail. S ept. 1st. Photos at apts.com

SEE SOURCEADS.COM OR CALL LCN TOLL FREE

For more information or to reserve space call

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ONLINE: B uy, Sell, Research and get Shopping Advice 24/7 at:

lsj.com/CARS

Shop when you want! Visit lsj.com/CARS for vehicles in the Lansing area. Chevrolet

Antique-Classic Cars 1972 OLDS DELTA ROYALE CONV $8500 red, 350 V8, auto., nice black top, runs super. Good C ondit ion 517-285-5757

HHR, 2006 $9,500 49K mi. All pwr., heated leather, remote start. E xcellent condit ion. 517-349-0443

LINCOLN MKZ 2008 Most options, kept immaculate

1959 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE $19,500 4 d r. hard top. 390 V8, PS, PB, auto, baby blue. N ice! E xcellent condit ion 517-285-5757

ASTRO VAN LT, 2005 $9750/BEST 65K mi., AWD, V6, rear air & heat, PW/PL. E xcellent condit ion. 517-526-1798

LS V8 2001 $2,500 8 cyl, Lthr, 153000mi., Burgundy . S port pkg. 269-832-6125

1941 FORD DELUXE TUDOR $14,500 V8, visor, beautifu l chrome, meadow brook maroon. E xcellent condit ion 517-285-5757

CORVETTE 1993 $9800 white, black int., remov. glasstop, auto, new tires E xcellent condit ion 517-881-1533

WANTED MUSCLE CARS ’67-’69 Cam aros OR ’72 & older , any make/model ANY CONDITION 810-252-9194

Buick LESABRE CUSTOM 2003 $8,250/OBO 6 cyl, Onstar, only 85K mi, C hampagne, NICE! 517-281-6284

Cadillac CADILLAC 2007 STS 4 $22,900 48K, still on warranty, f ully loaded, d ark gray Great cond. 517-332-0507 or 230-7215

Chevrolet CAVALIER CONVERTIBLE ’97 $2595 Loaded! Lots of summer f un! Auto., air, black. Mint C ity 989-640-1899 CAVALIER 2004 4 d r. LS, sport, loaded, Mint C ity

$4395 5 air bags, CD, sharp, black. 989-640-1899

TRAILBLAZER LS, 2004 65K mi. Lots of extras. N ewer tires. E xcellent condit ion.

$11,200 517-694-9263

MALIBU 2003 $4,700 6 cyl, 51,000 mi., Beige, Very Good C ondit ion 517-575-5008 TRAVERSE LT 2009 $29,500 3rd Row S eats, 9000mi., C harcoal 517-927-5946 MONTE CARLO 2006 53,000 mi. E xcellent cond. E xcellent C ondit ion

Dodge C RAVAN, A 1997 $1,000/BEST 116K mi. Runs good, little rust. N eeds trans work. Good condit ion. 517-803-4933

Ford FORD RANGER XLT 4X4 2000 $6300 E xt cab, dk grey, new tires, tonneau cover, AC, PW. Good condit ion 517-323-1665 FIVE HUNDRED LIMITED 2006 $13,300 6 cyl, CD changer, Lthr, 34000mi., Green 517-347-3576

GMC S NOMA O SLS SHORT BED 1995 $2,800/OBO 6 cyl, all power, new trs, shks, brks, 188k, Red. 517-541-0760 SONOMA 2002 $4,400 4 cyl, 5 speed, Driver Airbag, 95730mi., Yellow N ew radia tor & battery 517-290-0780

Honda ACCORD, 2006 $9,850 63K mi. Pwr. windows & locks, AC, CD. Good condit ion. 517-202-3687

$10,900/OBO

Jaguar

517-977-8478

’97 CAVALIER CONVERTIBLE 146k, runs very well, auto., new tires

August 1, 2010

Subaru

Lincoln

$3000

517-204-9162

STUNING JAGUAR XJ8 1999 $6,800 86K mi., C hampagne ext., oatmeal lthr int., AC, CD, f ull power 517-290-2180

SOLD.

517-238-8563

Mercury SABLE LS PREMIUM, 2002 $7,950 49,850 mi., Blk., ext. warr., Leather. N ew AC E xcellent condit ion. 517-347-1020

Mini Vans DODGE GRAND CARAVAN 2001 $5500 S port, 3.3L V6, 128000m, Blue, tow pkg, MP3 rd y 1 owner 517-896-7884 HANDICAP VANS USED, BOUGHT & SOLD Mini & f ull size 5751 S . C eda r - Call Dale 517-882-7299

Oldsmobile ALERO GL 2000 $2750 6 cyl, Red w/ gry int. Very dependable. 161100 mi 517-420-6709

Pontiac SUNFIRE 1997 $1650 2 d r., 35 mpg, high mi. Looks good, runs excellent. Well maintained. 517-402-8679

Sport Utility Vehicles FORD EXPEDITION XLT 4WD 2000 $7,499 8 cyl, TV-VCR, Lthr 92700mi., Blue, S ingle Owner 517-803-3098 CHEVROLET TAHOE 2006 $14,500 8 cyl, Lthr, DVD, sun roof, 165000mi, Blue. 517-719-0768 FORD ESCAPE XLT 2006 $12,995 C lean, 6 cyl, S unroof, Lthr, 63500mi., S ilver 517-281-8246

FORESTER 2007 $14,900 4 cyl, sunroof, prem pkg, 71k mi., sharp! S ilver 517-242-6978

Toyota XD 2008 $17,000 4 cyl, Premium S ound, 6950mi., Orange, MPG 26/3 517-694-0754

Vans CHEVY UPLANDER LS 2008 $11,500 7 passenger, 6 cyl., cruise, rear air, 43K mi. 517-323-3747 HANDICAP VANS USED, BOUGHT & SOLD Mini & f ull size 5751 S . C eda r - Call Dale 517-882-7299

Automobiles Wanted CAR DON’ T WORK Or is crashed! Tired of spending money? Will pay you Cas h Toda y & tow away f ree! Call 517-505-2098 AUTOS & TRUCKS WANTED We will pay top dolla r for any unwanted vehicle. Free f ast pickup. 517-487-8600.

Junk Cars Wanted CAR DON’ T WORK Or is crashed! Tired of spending money? Will pay you cash Toda y & tow away f ree! Call 517-505-2098 PAYING TOP $ For j unk cars, trucks or vans. C lean yard = happy wife. 517-543-0825, 269-832-9780 DEAD OR ALIVE Sal vage cars, trucks, vans. Free towing. We beat all offers. 517-482-2260 AUTOS WANTED Running or not! Same d ay, f ree pick up. 517-819-1817 BENJAMIN & SON A1 TOWING WANTED Junk cars, vans & trucks. Top $ paid . 517-372-9737 BUYING JUNK CARS & TRUCK.S Also misc. metal. $200-$800. 7 d ays a week.

Running or not. 269-788-2034

With more than 8 million car shoppers each month, we have the right buyer for you. Find the right car for you.

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Legals OF BORROWER’ S RIGHTS

THIS NOTICE CONCERNS Keith M. Toupin ("BORROWER" ) REGARDING PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2595 Brogan Road, S tockbridge, Michigan 49285. THE BORROWER HAS THE RIGHT TO REQUEST A MEETING WITH SB Bank, AND SHOULD CONTACT Robert C . Dickins at 517-8517733 TO SCHEDULE A MEET ING IF DESIRED. THIS PERSON HAS THE AUTHORITY TO MAKE AGREEMENTS UN DER MCL 3205b AND MCL 3205c. THE BORROWER MAY CONTACT A HOUSING COUNSELOR BY VISITING THE MSHDA WEBSITE (www.mshd a.inf o/counselin gsearch/) OR BY CALLING MSHDA (1-866-946-7432). IF THE BORROWER REQUESTS A MEETING WITH THE PERSON DESIGNATED ABOVE WITHIN THE STATUTORY PE RIOD, FORECLOSURE PROCEDINGS WILL NOT BE COMMENCED UNTIL 90 DAYS AFTER THE DATE THAT NOTICE WAS MAILED TO THE BORROWER. IF THE BORROWER AND THE PERSON DESIGNATED ABOVE REACH AN AGREEMENT TO MODIFY THE BORROWER’ S MORTGAGE LOAN, THE MORTGAGE WILL NOT BE FORECLOSED IF THE BORROWER ABIDES BY THE TERMS OF THE AGREEMENT. THE BORROWER HAS THE RIGHT TO CONTACT AN ATTORNEY. THE MICHIGAN STATE BAR ASSOCATION LAWYER REFERRAL SERVICE TELEPHONE NUMBER IS 1800-968-0738. ICCN-846 8/1/10 NOTICE

146 OF FORECLOSURE

THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COL LECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT; ANY IN FORMATION WE OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOS.E IF YOU ARE IN ACTIVE MILITARY SERVICE PLEASE CONTACT OUR OF FICE AT THE NUMBER BE LOW. ATTENTION POTENTIAL PURCHASERS AT FORECLO SURE SALE: In the case of resolution prior to or si multaneously with the afor ementioned for eclo sure sale, C itizens Bank (f/ k/a Republic Bank) may rescind this sale at any time prior to the end of the redempt ion period. In that event, your d amages, if any, shall be limited to the return of your bid amount tender ed at the sale, plus interest. Defa ult having occurred in the condit ions of a Mortgage made by ZRE Properties, LLC ("Debtors"), to C itizens Bank (f/ k/a Republic Bank) ("C itizens Bank"), d ated November 23, 2004, and recorded in the Offic e of the Register of Deeds for the C ounty of Ingham in the S tate of Michigan on January 26, 2005, in Liber 3149, Page(s) 236, et. seq., on which Mortgage there is claimed to be d ue as of the

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g gee, January 3, 2006, in the offic e of the Register of Deeds for Ingham C ounty, Michigan, in Liber 3199, Page 497; on which Mortgage there is claimed to be d ue and unpaid, as of the d ate of this Notice, the sum of S ixty-Five Thousand Twenty-Two and 21/100 Dollars ($65,022.21); and no suit or proceeding at law or in equity having been instituted to recover the deb t or any part thereof secured by said Mortgage, and the power of sale in said Mortgage having become operative by reason of such dea f ult; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Thursd ay, S eptember 2, 2010 at 10:00 o’clock in the for enoon, at the Veterans Memorial C ourthouse, 313 W. Kalamazoo, Lansing, Michigan, that being one of the places for holding the C ircuit C ourt for Ingham C ounty, there will be offer ed for sale and sold to the highest bidder or bidders at public auction or venue for purposes of satisf ying the amounts d ue and unpaid on said Mortgage, together with all allowable costs of sale and includ able attorney fees , the lands and premises in said Mortgage mentioned and des cribed as follows: SITUATED IN THE CITY OF LANSING, COUNTY OF INGHAM, STATE OF MICHI GAN: Lot 284, Ad am’s Addit ion to the C ity of Lansing, accord ing to the recorded plat thereof, as recorded in Liber 4 of Plats, Page 25. C ommonly known as: 424 N. Magnolia Ave., Lansing, Michigan 48912. Dated: July 6, 2010 The period within which the above premises may be C itizens Bank (f/ k/a Repub- redeemed shall expire six lic Bank) (6) months f rom the d ate of By: H. DOUGLAS sale, unless det ermined SHEPHERD( P64560) abandoned in accord ance BRANDT, FISHER, ALWARD & with M.C .L.A. S ec. 600.3241a, ROY, P.C . in which case the redemp Attorneys for C itizens Bank tion period shall be 30 d ays 1241 E . E ighth S treet, P.O. f rom the time of such sale. Box 5817 Traverse C ity, Michigan Dated: July 21, 2010 49696-5817 (231) 941-9660 MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSI TY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION File No.: 2548.0336 of East Lansing, Michigan, Mortgagee ICCN-83 9103 7/11, 18, 25/10-8/1/10 FOSTER, SWIFT, COLLINS & SMITH, P.C . Benja min J. PriceAttorneys NOTICE OF MORTGAGE for Mortgagee SALE 313 S . Washington S quare Lansing, MI 48933 (517) 371-8100 FOSTER, SWIFT, COLLINS & SMITH, P.C . IS ATTEMPT - ICCN-8453 84 ING TO COLLECT A DEBT 8/1, 8, 15, 22, 29/10 AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOS.E NOTICE OF MORTGAGE PLEASE CONTACT OUR OF SALE FICE AT THE NUMBER BE LOW IF MORTGAGOR IS IN FOSTER, SWIFT, COLLINS & ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. SMITH, P.C . IS ATTEMPT ING TO COLLECT A DEBT DEFAULT having been AND ANY INFORMATION made in the condit ions of a OBTAINED WILL BE USED certain Mortgage made on FOR THAT PURPOS.E December 22, 2005, by Doug- PLEASE CONTACT OUR OF las D. Austin II and Brenda FICE AT THE NUMBER BE Austin, husband and wife, as LOW IF MORTGAGOR IS IN Mortgagor, given by them to ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. Michigan S tate U niversity Feder al C redit U nion, of 600 DEFAULT having been East C rescent Road, East made in the condit ions of a Lansing, Michigan 48823, as certain Mortgage made on Mortgagee, and recorded on S eptember 8, 2004, by Timo( d ate of this Notice the sum of $296,436.48, which amount may or may not be the entire indeb tedness owed by Debtors to C itizens Bank together with interest at 6.03 percent per annum. NOW THEREFORE, Notice is hereby given that the power of sale contained in said Mortgage has become operative and that pursuant to that power of sale and MCL 600.3201 et. seq., on August 12, 2010 at 10:00 a.m., at the Ingham C ounty C ourthouse in Mason, Michigan, that being the place for holding the C ircuit C ourt and/ or for cond ucting such for eclosure sales for the C ounty of Ingham, there will be of fer ed at public sale, the premises, or some part thereof, des cribed in said Mortgage as follows, to wit: LAND SITUATED IN THE TOWNSHIP OF MERIDIAN, COUNTY OF INGHAM, STATE OF MICHIGAN, IS DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: LOTS 5, 6, 7, 8, BLOCK 11 OF THE VILLAGE OF NEKOMA, ACCORDING TO THE RE CORDED PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN LIBER 1 OF PLATS, PAGE 28 OF INGHAM COUNTY RECORDS. The redempt ion period shall be six (6) months f rom the d ate of sale unless the property is established to be abandoned pursuant to MCL 600.3241a, in which case the redempt ion period shall be the later of thirty (30) d ays f rom the d ate of sale or fif teen (15) d ays f rom the d ate the notice required by MCL 600.3241a(b) was posted and mailed.

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ep 8, 4, y thy D. Sco tt (a/k/a Timothy Sco tt) and Julianne M. Sco tt (a/k/a Julianne Sco tt), husband and wife, as Mortgagor, given by them to Michigan S tate U niversity Feder al C redit U nion, of 600 East C rescent Road, East Lansing, Michigan 48823, as Mortgagee, and recorded on S eptember 24, 2004, in the offic e of the Register of Deeds for Ingham C ounty, Michigan, in Liber 3131, Page 1057, and re-recorded on October 25, 2004, in Liber 3136, Page 506, Ingham C ounty Record s; on which Mortgage there is claimed to be d ue and unpaid, as of the d ate of this Notice, the sum of One Hundr ed FortyFour Thousand S eventy and 23/100 Dollars ($144,070.23); and no suit or proceeding at law or in equity having been instituted to recover the deb t or any part thereof secured by said Mortgage, and the power of sale in said Mortgage having become operative by reason of such dea f ult; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Thursd ay, August 12, 2010 at 10:00 o’clock in the for enoon, at the Veterans Memorial C ourthouse, 313 W. Kalamazoo, Lansing, Michigan, that being one of the places for holding the C ircuit C ourt for Ingham C ounty, there will be offer ed for sale and sold to the highest bidder or bidders at public auction or venue for purposes of satisf ying the amounts d ue and unpaid on said Mortgage, together with all allowable costs of sale and includ able attorney fees , the lands and premises in said Mortgage mentioned and des cribed as follows: SITUATED IN THE TOWNSHIP OF DELHI, COUNTY OF INGHAM, STATE OF MICHI GAN: Lot 209, Huntley S quare S ubdiv ision Number 2, according to the recorded plat thereof, as recorded in Liber 29 of Plats, Page(s) 22 and 23. C ommonly known as: 4401 Tuscany Lane, Holt, Michigan 48842. The period within which the above premises may be redeemed shall expire six (6) months f rom the d ate of sale, unless det ermined abandoned in accord ance with M.C .L.A. S ec. 600.3241a, in which case the redemp tion period shall be 30 d ays f rom the time of such sale.

, Benja min J. Price Attorneys for Mortgagee 313 S . Washington S quare Lansing, MI 48933 (517) 371-8100 ICCN-83 9586 7/11, 18, 25/10-8/1, 8/10 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedent’s Irrevocable Trust The dec edent , Dalton C hase LaValley, born on December 10, 1986, with SN# XXX-XX1947, who lived at 1222 N Capit ol Avenue, Lansing, MI 48906, died on July 20, 2010. There is no Personal Representative of the dec edent’s estate to whom letters of Authority have been issued and this notice is given by the Trustee of the Dalton C hase LaValley Irrevocable Trust d ated March 15, 1996, pursuant to MCL 700.7504. C redit ors of the dec edent are notified that all claims against the dec edent will be for ever barred unless presented to Arlyn J Bossenbrook, Trustee of the Dalton C hase LaValley Irrevocable Trust d ated March 15, 1996; or by commencing a proceeding in the Ingham C ounty Probate C ourt, Lansing, MI within 4 months af ter the d ate of publication of this notice. Arlyn J Bossenbrook 200 Woodla nd Pass PO Box 1296 East Lansing, MI 48826 ICCN-845737 8/1/10 STATE OF MICHIGAN PROBATE COURT COUNTY OF INGHAM NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedent’s E state FILE NO. 10-820-DE

E state of Jeanette Ann Barron Date of birth: December 21, 1920 TO ALL CREDITORS: * NOTICE TO CREDITORS: The dec edent , Jeanette Ann Barron who lived at 3830 Okemos Road, Apt. 201, Meridia n Township, Michigan died April 13, 2010. C redit ors of the dec edent are notified that all claims against the estate will be for ever barred unless presented to Katharyn Barron and Marsha Teichman named personal representaDated: July 12, 2010 tive or proposed personal representative, or to both MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSI - the probate court at 313 W. Kalamazoo S treet, Lansing, TY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 48933 and the of East Lansing, Michigan, MI named/ proposed personal Mortgagee representative within 4 months af ter the d ate of FOSTER, SWIFT, COLLINS & publication of this notice. SMITH, P.C . Dated: July 7, 2010

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y, y , gust 18 2010 at 9:00 am to C halgian & Tripp Law Offi - state any interest you may have in the minor. Failure to ces PLLC appear at this hearing is a Amy R Tripp P53001 denia l of interest in the mi2127 S pring Arbor Road nor, waiver of notice for all Jackson, MI 49203 subsequent hearings, and a (517) 787-7600 waiver of a right to appointKatharyn Barron and ment of an attorney. Failure to appear at this hearing marsha Teichman COULD RESULT IN PERMA 5918 Patriots Way NENT TERMINATION OF PAEast Lansing, MI 48823 RENTAL RIGHTS 517-335-0852 ICCN-846 8/1/10

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N otice to C redit ors Revocable Trust RE: John L Iverson, dec eased DOB: 6/12/1946 TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Your interest in the estate may be barrred or affec ted by the follow ing: The dec edent , John Lawrence Iverson, 2120 Tomahawk Road, Okemos, MI 48864, died July 7, 2010. By Trust Indenture d ated April 25, 2005, the dec edent established the Revocable Trust of John L. Iverson and Jenine M Iverson C redit ors of the dec edent are notified that all claims against the trust estate will be for ever barred unless presented to the Trustee, Jenine M Iverson, 2120 Tomahawk Road, Okemos, MI 48864, within four (4) months of the d ate of the d ate of publication of this notice.

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ing eg ding condu cted by the court on Monda y. August 9, 2010 at 1:30 pm in COURTROOM 3, VETERANS MEMORIAL COURTHOU,SE 313 W Kalamazoo S treet, 2nd floor , Lansing, MI 48933 befor e JUDGE LAURA BAIRD. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that UTINA EASTRIDGE personally appear befor e the court at the time and place stated above. This hearing may result in the termination of your parental rights.

opy be sent to the Yen Doang Do Truong at the last known addr ess by registered mail, return receipt requested, befor e the d ate of the last publication and the affida vit of mailing shall be filed with this court.

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CASE NO 35871-1/2/3-NA PETITION NO. #10-1056/1057/1058-NA

ICCN-841622 7/18, 25/10-8/1/10 STATE OF MICHIGAN PROBATE COURT COUNTY OF Ingham

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STATE OF MICHIGAN JUDICIAL DISTRICT 30TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COUNTY PROBATE

OF HEARING

Jul 7, 2010 RICHARD J GARCIA

ORDER FOR SERVICE BY PUBLICATION/ POSTING AND NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: YOLANDA LEWIS, Mother of Said C hildr en DERRICK MOODY, Father of C hild (1) CHARLES LEWIS, Father of child (2)

313 W Kalamzoo, Lansing, MI 48933 517-483-6500

IN THE MATTER OF: Michah Laydel REMBERT, Diamond LEWIS & Brianna Jasmin HICK,S C hildr en

Plaintiff name Minh Tien Vo 2311 S Wad sworth Lansing, MI 48911

CASE NO 10-290-DM

Plaintiff Attorney Philip E Hodgma n P24080 411 B W Lake Lansing Rd East Lansing, MI 48823 517-337-8121 V Defenda nts name Yen Doang Do Truong 5634 Pham The Hien phoang 04 quan 08 Ho C hi Minh C ity Viet Nam To: Yen Doang Do Truong IT IS ORDERED: You are being sued in this court by the plaintiff to obtain a j udgment for a Judgment of Divorce (with child custody , support, parenting time held in abeyance. You must file your answer to take other action permitted by law in this court at the court addr ess above on or befor e 8/27/2010. If you f ail to do so, a dea f ult j udgment may be entered against you for the relief dema nded in the complaint filed in this case. A copy of this order shall be published once each week in the Ingham C ounty C ommunity News for three consecutive weeks, and proof of publication shall be filed in this court. A copy of this order shall

NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedent’s E state FILE NO. 10-915-DE E state of Ronald L Isham Date of birth: 4-29-38 TO ALL CREDITORS: * NOTICE TO CREDITORS: The dec edent , Ronald L Isham, who lived at 2056 E M-78, East Lansing, Michigan died 6-22-10 C redit ors of the dec edent are notified that all claims against the estate will be for ever barred unless presented to Melanie Isham Heath, named personal representative or proposed personal representative, or to both the probate court at 313 W Kalamazoo, Lansing, and the named/ proposed personal representative within 4 months af ter the d ate of publication of this notice.

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Dated: 7-16-10 Larry D Fowler P13604 406 West Ottawa Lansing, MI 48933 517-482-1541 Melanie Isham Heath 6304 River Road Pleasant Valley, MO 64068 816-781-3435 ICCN-8457 8/1/10

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**** NOTICE**** VEVAY TOWNSHIP TAXPAYERS SUMMER DEFERMENT

You may qualify for a summer tax defer ment under one of the follow ing: A. Agriculture - Gross receipts are more than your household income. B. Household income did not exceed $40,000.00 for the preceding year and you also quality under one of the follow ing: 1. S enior C itizen - 62 within this calenda r year 2. Paraplegic - Q uad riplegic 3. E ligible S erviceman, veteran or widow of veteran 4. Blind person 5. Totally and permanently dis abled. If you qualify for a defer ment, you may visit our website at vevaytownship.org for a for m, call or pick up an application at the Township offic e Monda y through Frida y f rom 10 am to 4 pm. The defer ment applications need to be returned no later than S eptember 15, 2010 S haun L. S herwood Vevay Township Treasurer ICCN-845362

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Mary Jane Hector BOA S ec. 95

STATE OF MICHIGAN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FAMILY DIVISION INGHAM COUNTY

BOARD OF APPEALS

A request for a variance by Dan Pranshka and Ray C omer to build an eight foot fenc e along Bellevue, at 4186 Bellevue Road, parcel #33-13-13-23-400-001 will be heard. Ononda ga Township ordina nce only allows a six foot fenc e. Written comments can be sent to the Township offic e at PO Box 67, Ononda ga, MI 49264 befor e the hearing d ate. This notice cancels a notice schedu led for August 2, 2010

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A hearing regarding Petition #10-1056/1057/1058-NA will be condu cted by the court on Monda y. August 18, 2010 at 9:00 am in COURTROOM 1, VETERANS MEMORIAL COURTHOU,SE 313 W Kalamazoo S treet, 2nd floor , Ronald G Morgan, Attorney Lansing, MI 48933 befor e for Trustee Bar Number JUDGE R GEORGE ECONOMY. P17963 IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED Morgan Law Offic e that Yolanda Lewis, Derrick 16600 LaFleur Drive Moody and C harles Lewis East Lansing, MI 48823 personally appear befor e 517-339-6247 the court at the time and place stated above. ICCN-845723 This hearing may result in 8/1/10 the termination of your parental rights. STATE OF MICHIGAN HCN/ ICCN-845720 30TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 8/1/10 FAMILY DIVISION INGHAM COUNTY STATE OF MICHIGAN PUBLICATION OF HEARING JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NOTICE TO PUTATIVE FA FAMILY DIVISION THER INGHAM COUNTY CASE NO PUBLICATION OF HEARING 35871-3-NA PETITION NO. CASE NO 10-1058-NA 70427-1/2-NA PETITION NO. IN THE MATTER OF Brianna #10-1053 & 10-1054 Jasmin HICK,S C hild TAKE NOTIC:E TO: UTINA EASTRIDGE A petition has been filed with this court regarding the IN THE MATTER OF: SERENA follow ing minor: Brianna & ALISSA LEDESMA, MINOR Jasmin Hicks, who was born CHILDREN on 9-23-05 at Lansing, MI The mother of the minor is A hearing regarding will be Yolanda Lewis. if you are or may be the natural f ather, you should appear at 313 W Kalamazoo, C ourtroom 1Veterans Memorial, Lansing, MI 48933 on Wednes d ay, Au-

The Alaiedon Township Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a meeting on Wednes d ay, August 11, 2010 at 4:00 p.m., for the purpose of consider ing and receiving public comment on a lot size variance requested by Gerald & Bambi Banks. If granted Mr. and Mrs. Banks would be able to div ide this 400’ by 400’ lot into two lots of 200’ by 400’ each. The Zoning Ordi nance requires 200’ of road f rontage with two acres. This lot only has 3.67 acres. The property is located at 1252 N. C ollege Road, Mason. The meeting will be held at the refer enced site on C ollege Road. A copy of the variance request may be viewed at the Alaiedon Township Hall d uring the hours of 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monda y. 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Tuesd ay through Frida y. Written comments should be received at the Alaiedon Township Hall by 12:00 p.m. (noon), August 11, 2010 and addr essed to the Alaiedon Township Zoning Board of Appeals, 2021 W. Holt Road, Mason, MI, 48854.

NOTICE ONONDAGA TWP BOA MEETING AUGUST 17, 2010-7:30 P.M. ONONDAGA TOWNSHIP HALL

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