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October 10, 2010
Leslie passes Teen aims for ‘16 Olympics Is a world champ medical pot in taekwondo moratorium By CHRISTIE BLECK firstname.lastname@example.org
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LESLIE — The Leslie City Council has adopted a 180-day moratorium on medical marijuana-related businesses while it seeks to clarify details such as zoning. The council on Oct. 5 passed the measure so the city can study the implications of the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act. In 2008 state voters passed the law that allows registered caregivers to grow a limited number of plants for patients with prescriptions for the drug. However, Leslie City Manager Brian Reed noted at the council meeting, “There was very little thought as to how that was going to roll out.” Many communities have struggled with how to regulate marijuana-related businesses. For example, the Williamston City Council on Sept. 27 passed a temporary moratorium while the city works on local ordinances. Reed said that Leslie is not yet prepared to understand how the law fits into local zoning. The moratorium, he said, gives the city time to research implications and be given guidance on how to regulate businesses. Reed said that after the moratorium is completed and the issue is studied, a report then can be presented to the council. City Attorney Mark Grua said the Court of Appeals decided on Sept. 14 that the law doesn’t permit the right to sell marijuana. Grua said he agreed with the city’s moratorium. “I think it’s an appropriate response at this time,” he said. Mayor Pro Tem Randy Fox questioned whether the moratorium prevents users from smoking medical marijuana in their homes. “I don’t think it’s anybody’s business what people are doing in their home, legal or not,” Fox said. Reed stressed that the city isn’t regulating personal issue and that the issue is “still evolving.” Grua also pointed out that users can’t be prosecuted if they’re compliant with the law.
MASON — Alex Mize knows she’s involved in a sport with which not many people are familiar. But that doesn’t keep her from pursuing her Olympic dream. The 18-year-old Mason teen spent Aug. 9-15 at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo., learning new tactics in her chosen sport, taekwondo. Mize already was a notable in the sport, having won the title of world champion in sparring in the 17-29 age group in the American Taekwondo Association’s world championships in Little Rock, Ark., in June. In August, Mize took part in an athletic development camp so coaches could train promising taekwondo athletes. Mize practiced three times a day and was trained in tactics, but it was in an inspiring environment. “There’s, like, Olympic rings everywhere,” she said. “It’s like your goal is so close.” (There also was the added inducement of seeing the beautiful Rocky Mountains outside her window — the best part of being at the Olympic Training Center, Mize said.) Mize took part in lots of conditioning, she said, but also learned about using electronic body protectors, which allow scoring by electronics instead of judges. Taekwondo is a martial art similar to judo and karate. How similar they are depends with whom you speak. “People argue about it all the time,” said Mize, who noted there are subtle differences between the sports, all of which originated in Asia. Taekwondo, Mize pointed out,
This is Alex Mize in one of her taekwondo moves at the Olympic Training Center.
“You have to hit them hard enough to injure them.” – Alex Mize means “the way of the head and foot” in Korean. Mize said that in taekwondo, athletes participate in three twominute rounds and can hit above the belt and not on the spine. One point is awarded for kicking and punching the body, two points are awarded for a turning kick and three points are given for a blow to the head. And then, a competitor, Mize said, has to hit with a “trembling shock.” “You have to hit them hard enough to injure them,” she explained, with the ultimate goal of knocking out the competitor.
If that sounds rough, Mize stressed, “If both fighters are skilled, it’s hard to knock them out.” Meaning, if you train right, you won’t get hurt. And that’s what Mize is trying to do: train right.
‘Will and determination’ Mize started the sport at age 10 with Larry Daft at Mason Martial Arts. “Alex has the will and determination to succeed,” said Larry’s wife, Valerie, of the third-degree black belt. Mize trained with the Dafts until about a year and a half ago. She now trains with the MSU Taekwondo Club under coach Ron Southwick. Mize said she hopes to compete at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. That means more training. “It’s a game,” Mize said. “If you want to be good at it, you have to learn the rules.”
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The city of Mason will host an open house and dedication/ribbon cutting ceremony for its new City Hall from 3-6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 14 at 201 W. Ash St., Mason. The ceremony will begin at 5 p.m. with the ribbon cutting ceremony by Mayor Leon Clark and the City Council. From 3-5 p.m., attendees are invited o take a guided tour through the new facility. For more information, call Ingrid Nova at (517) 676-5891.
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The Mason Lions Club will have representatives of Angel House talk about the shelter at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 13, at the VFW Hall on Hull Road. The public is invited.
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The Mason VFW 7309 and the Mason Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors and Lansing Ladies Auxiliary is hosting a counRegional Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors hold a recent try breakfast from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 17 at 1243 Hull ribbon cutting for the grand reopening of the remodeled Road, Mason. The menu will inHampton Inn & Suites East Lansing/Okemos, 2200 Hampton clude scrambled eggs, link sausage, Place in Okemos, just north of the intersection of Jolly and biscuits, sausage gravy, potatoes, Okemos roads and Exit 110 off the I-96 freeway. French toast, pancakes, applesauce, coffee and juice. Cost is $7 for adults, $6 for seniors, $5 for children 6-12 and free for children 5 and ville Schools Education Foundation, of Mason. The meeting will feature under. P.O. Box 202, Dansville, MI 48819 or an instructional presentation “Ree-mail: email@example.com. searching at the Ingham County GeOpen house for Include your name and contact infor- nealogical Society Library” by Diane mation with the nomination. Dead- Bishop, librarian. All area genealorenovated homes Oct. 12 line for submissions is Wednesday, gists and the general public are welThe Ingham County Housing Oct. 13. come. For more information, call Commission and the Ingham CounGrove Sandrock, president, at (517) ty Land Bank invite the public to the Women’s Club to tour 337-8925 or Dave Held, publicity open house of two newly renovatchairman, at (517) 349-0269. new City Hall on Oct. 12 ed homes at 732 W. Columbia and 120 S. Barnes St., Mason, from 4-6 The Mason Women’s Club plans Funeral home to p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 12. The complet- to tour Mason’s new City Hall on ed projects were funded through a Tuesday, Oct. 12. The club will meet offer grief support group MSHDA Neighborhood Stabilization at City Hall, 201 W. Ash St., at 1:30 Palmer, Bush & Jensen Family Program grant in cooperation with p.m. and Marty Colburn, Mason’s Funeral Homes is offering a fivethe Ingham County and the city of city administrator, will be the speak- week grief support group on WedneMason. er. Hostesses for this meeting are day evenings from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Joann Kean, Dian Harbach and Car- Holt Delhi Chapel (5035 Holt Road) Vote for teacher, ma Philip. As part of the club’s con- Oct. 13, 20, 27 and Nov. 3 and Nov tinuing service project, members are 10. The group is free of charge, but alumnus of the year asked to bring mittens and gloves limited in size so register by calling The Dansville Schools Educa- to the meeting to donate to Capital (517) 268-1000. tion Foundation is accepting appli- Area Community Services for districations for Teacher of the Year and bution where there is a need. For Spaghetti dinner to Alumnus of the Year. The Dansville more information, call Cheryl Howe be held on Oct. 18 Alumnus of the Year will be select- at (517) 676-4689. ed for deeds and accomplishments There will be a spaghetti dinner that reflect well on the community IC Genealogical from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday, Oct. 18 of Dansville and its school. The at the A&W Restaurant, 628 N. Cedar Dansville Teacher of the Year will Society to meet on Oct. 14 St., Mason. Cost: $5.99, includes spabe chosen for demonstrating susThe Ingham County Genealogical ghetti and meatballs, salad or soup tained excellence in the field of ed- Society will meet at 7 p.m. Thurs- and garlic bread. Take-outs availucation. Nomination letters can be day, Oct. 14 at the Vevay Township able. Proceeds will benefit Eden submitted to: Pennie Rutan, Dans- Hall, 780 Eden Road, one mile south Church Helping Others of the Eden
Fenner Nature Center, located at Mount Hope and Aurelius in Lansing, will host its annual Apple Butter Festival from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 16-17. Activities include heritage arts and crafts, children’s games, music and making apple butter over a fire. For details, call (517) 483-4224 or visit www.fofnc.org.
Green Acres to host flu shot clinic on Oct. 20 Green Acres of Mason will host a flu shot clinic from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20. Flu and pneumonia shots will be available. Most insurances will be accepted, otherwise flu shots will be $25 and pneumonia shots will be $45.
Legion to host spaghetti dinner on Oct. 18 The American Legion Post No. 148 will host a spaghetti dinner from 5:30-7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 18 at 840 E. Columbia Road, Masonic Center, Mason. Cost is $6 for ages 10-adult, $4 for ages 3-10 and free for children 2 and under. Menu: spaghetti with meat or meatless sauce, bread, salad, beverage, assorted desserts. Take-outs will be available. Call (517) 676-1651 to purchase a ticket. Walk-ins are welcome.
Fundraiser set to fight multiple sclerosis A fundraiser to find a cure and raise awareness of multiple sclerosis is set for Saturday, Oct. 17 at Leslie Lanes. The event will feature a bowl-a-thon, silent auction, bake sale and 50/50 raffle. The first shift begins at 1 p.m. with the second shift to follow at 4:30 p.m. For details, contact Jen Hunter at (517) 589-5865 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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LESLIE — Susan Friend, a former principal in the Grand Ledge and Waverly school districts, is the new interim superintendent at Leslie Public Schools. Friend succeeds Corey Netzley, who accepted a superintendent position with Hemlock Public Schools. Friend came on board
with the district on Oct. 4. “I’m very excited,” she said. “I’m thrilled the (school) board gave me this opportunity.” “Susan brings a wealth of experience with her,” said Tim Carroll, president of the Leslie Board of Education, in a prepared statement. Friend was principal at Greenwood Elementary School in Grand Ledge the past nine years, and was
principal at Windemere View Elementary School in the Waverly district for a year. Previously, Friend served as human resources director and chief negotiator with Waverly Public Schools. Friend also was communications and administrative services director with DeWitt Public Schools, where she also was involved with district food services. She was president of the DeWitt
“The challenge for me is to get to know everyone and to get to know what they do.” — Susan Friend, interim Leslie superintendent school board for two years Friend said she likes the and has been a past presi- community involvement dent of the Michigan School with the Leslie school disPublic Relations Associa- trict. tion. “It seems to be such a
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Letters to the editor Favors Kean
Voters in Vevay Township have an excellent opportunity to elect a candidate who has the desire to serve. Candie Oesterle is a 10-year veteran of the township office who is well-versed in the day-to-day operation there. She too is a fully accredited and certified election administrator who has assisted in the election process in past years. Since June she has had “hands-on” experience in helping with many of the clerk’s duties including, but not limited to, payroll, accounts payable and receivable, filing necessary state and federal reports, assisting with board minutes. Along with this, she has been the full-time secretary and deputy treasurer. I urge the residents of Vevay Township to vote for the candidate who has proven herself. She is a “team player” and works well with office staff, which is vital for a smooth running office. She honestly cares about the citizens of the township. She will have my vote. Jim Luks Mason
The right to vote has been focus of the Civil Rights Movement and the Women’s Right Movement. Why? Because the act of voting can change the landscape of any community and any nation. The office of the clerk has more increasing demands and statutory duties than any other office, and for this reason it is critical that the person selected as Vevay Township clerk is a person who can diligently monitor changes in election law, procedures and requirements and administer elections with integrity. The Ingham County Republican Party selected JoAnne Kean as our representative to perform this important duty. The Republican Party joins with former Vevay Township clerk, Susan Kosier, in endorsing JoAnne. Linda Lee Tarver Chair Ingham County Republican Party
We would like to extend our support to Candie Oesterle for the office of Vevay Township clerk. We have known Candie for many years and can attest to her integrity, honesty, hard work and commitment not only to the people of Vevay Township but to her family, friends and the community of Mason. We have witnessed Candie’s dedication to her job not only as a Vevay Township employee but also when she was our church secretary for several years. Candie always has a pleasant smile and kind demeanor when she helps people at the township office. We are 100 percent behind Candie in her quest for the Vevay Township clerk position. Gerry and Carol Van Douser Mason
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Call for Vendors for Fall Indoor Flea Market, First Christian Church, 1001 Chester Road, Lansing, ongoing. Antiques, new, used and resale items in clean and working order are welcome. Call Danette for more information. Sale runs 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 23. Info: 676-5613. Cost: $10 per table .
Birthing From Within Childbirth Classes, Renaissance Early Childhood Center, 2949 Sandhill Road, Mason, 7-9 p.m. Thursdays, Sept. 9-Oct. 14. Childbirth preparation. Info: 676-1671, www.motheringourselves.com. Cost: enroll online. EPO Childbirth Class, Greater Lansing Area, ongoing. Expectant Parents Organization: Labor & Delivery and Newborn Care and Feeding Combo Series for first-time parents are held in several Lansing/East Lansing locations. Other classes available include eLearning, Breastfeeding class, Parents Expecting Multiples, Refresher Series, Teen Series and Sibling class. Classes are held weekday evenings and Saturdays. Call or go online to register. Info: 337-7365, www.epobaby.org. Cost: Call for more information. Glass Jewelry & Fusing Classes with Jan Schrader, Delphi Glass Creativity Center, 3380 E. Jolly Road, Lansing, 9 a.m. Oct. 15. Take a class, or three, with glass jewelry and fusing artist Janet Schrader. An accomplished artist and instructor, she will be teaching three different hands-one, one-day workshops covering a variety of subjects. Register by calling Delphi Glass at (800) 248-2048 or by e-mail at email@example.com. Info: 394-4631, www.DelphiGlass.com/ Classes. Cost: see website for pricing details.
Irish Dance Classes, Stoneking Irish Step-Dancing, Holt, MI, 2573 Winterberry Road, Holt, classes start Aug. 4, run through December. The class is offered to children ages 5-13 and does not require any prior experience. This is an informal dance group that performs in parades and festivals. All proceeds benefit Capital Area Big Brothers Big Sisters. The classes are fun, laid-back and a way for kids of all backgrounds to learn about the Irish heritage. Students can join at anytime. There is room for six more dancers. Call 488-9915 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for information. Info: 488-9915. Cost: $10 per class, $5 for Big Brothers Big Sisters members.
Corn maze, pumpkins and more, Rowe’s Pumpkin Patch, 4047 W. Columbia Road, Mason, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesdays through Fridays and noon-6 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, Oct. 1-31. Corn maze, you-pick pumpkins or already gathered, corn cannon, hay rides, farm train, obstacle course, snacks and refreshments, picnic area, petting zoo and more. Info: 676-9360, www.rowespumpkinpatch.com. Cost: $6 per person for corn maze . FUNDRAISERS Corn Mazes, 2010 “On the Town” Slaughterhouse and Mason Area Chamber of Haunted Hayride, Grand Commerce Raffle, Mason River Corn Maze, 5781 W. Grand VFW Post 7309, 1243 Hull Road, River Road, Fowlerville, open from Mason, 5-8 p.m. Oct. 14. Party dusk until the last body drops starts at 5 p.m. with the grand cash CLUBS AND every Friday and Saturday in prize drawing of $5,000 to $15,000 October. Award-winning haunting. MEETINGS starting at 8 p.m. No dinner Group and combo rates available. provided, but hot hors d’oeuvres Ingham County Info: 223-9148, and snacks are free and a cash bar Genealogical Society www.slaughterhouseadventure.com. is available. Raffle ticket is $20 Meeting, Vevay Township Hall, Cost: $12 for slaughterhouse and each and is required for admission. 780 Eden Road, Mason, 7 p.m. haunted corn field, $13 for haunted There will be a first prize of a Oct. 14. The October meeting hayride, $22 combo, $6 for haunt40-inch HD TV, second prize: HD will feature an instructional free corn maze, free for children 4 Blue-Ray Player and third prize presentation “Researching at the and younger. “Feast of Mason” Restaurant Ingham County Genealogical Certificate Package. All proceeds Jackson’s Underworld, Society Library” by Diane Bishop, go benefit the “Hometown U.S.A.” Jackson’s Underworld, 1316 librarian. Info: 349-0269, (517) Fund for community identity and Wildwood, Jackson, 7 p.m. to 337-8925. improvement program. Info: . Cost: 1 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays Ladies Silver Blades Figure $20 per raffle ticket . through Oct. 31 and 7 p.m. to Skating Club, Suburban Ice, 11 p.m. Sundays and Thursdays East Ingham Crop Hunger 2810 Hannah Blvd., East Lansing, in October. 30,000 square feet of Walk, Williamston United 9:30-11:20 a.m. Thursdays. Ladies extreme haunting. Info: 788-6335, Methodist Church, 211 S. Putnam Silver Blades figure skate weekly www.jxunderworld.com. Cost: $15 St., Williamston, 1:30 p.m. Oct. 10. for fun and exercise. Adult women in September, $20 in October. Food drive, walk, music and more of any skill level are welcome. Info: to help stop hunger. Food can be Pumpkins, Brimley’s Pumpkin 655-4164. dropped off at any time the day Farm, 294 S. Every Rd., Mason, Lansing Area Africanof the walk or at Wood & Sons 10 a.m. to dusk Saturdays and American Genealogy Corn Bin anytime before. Interested Sundays in October. Open 10 a.m. Society “Actively walkers should sign up through the to dusk Saturdays and Sundays in Searching” Fall Seminar, local churches. If your church is October. Cash or check payments Capital Area District Library not participating you can call Bill accepted. Pumpkins already picked Downtown Lansing Branch, 401 S. or Janice Wheeler at 521-1112, John or in the field Info: 676-4563, Capitol Ave., Lansing, 9 a.m. Oct. 16. Bollman at 655-4728 or Toni Talbot www.brimleypumpkinfarm.com. Registration and welcome at 9 a.m., at 655-1476 for more information. Shawhaven Haunted Farm, sessions begin at 9:30 a.m., 10:45 Info: 655-2430. Shawhaven Farm, 1826 Rolfe Road, a.m., lunch and luncheon speaker Mason, Fridays and Saturdays in Veta Tucker, associate professor, HEALTH October. Haunted events. Farm Department of English Language Dr. Aajay Shah Friends fresh fear includes Haunted Barn, and Literature, Grand Valley State and Family CPR classes, Wagons of Fear and The Dead University. Sessions at 1:15 p.m. Mid-Michigan Heart Group, 2134 Maze. The Last Ride, a burial and 2:30 p.m. Seminars on maps, Hampton Place, Okemos, call for simulator, is a ride to die for. vital records and more. E-mail times and classes, ongoing. Classes Non-haunted corn maze for the email@example.com or call to held Mondays through Thursdays 11 faint of heart. Fun for all ages. register. Info: 393-2871, a.m. and 5:30 pm. Call to register. Ticket sales 7-10 p.m. open till www.laaags.com. " Info: 347-3000. Cost: $25. last victim falls. Info: 676-1649,
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The Boneyard, The Boneyard, 5010 Green Road, Stockbridge, family attractions earlier in the day and haunted attractions from dusk until midnight, Fridays and Saturdays Sept. 17-Oct. 30. Family attraction with theme weekends, kiddie-corn maze, moon walks, hay ride, fun house and games for the family. Three haunted attractions: The Deadwood Forest, Scarecrow Hollow, and the Tent of Terror. See website for weekly themes and dress up for the occasion. Info: www.boneyard-fx.com.
Cooley Law School Open House, Thomas M. Cooley Law School, 300 S. Capitol Ave., Lansing, 4-7 p.m. Oct. 14. The open houses are free and include tours, opportunities to meet staff, faculty and students, mock classes, and special sessions for accepted students and honors scholars. Register online. Info: www.cooley.edu. "
AARP Meeting, AARP, Ingham County Health and Services LIBRARIES Building, 5303 S. Cedar St., Lansing, “The Time Machine” 11 a.m. Oct. 12. The speaker is Ticket Giveaway, Capital Abbie Hinton and the topic is “Life’s Area District Library Main Branch, Journey.” Lunch is available through 401 S. Capitol Ave., Lansing, Meals on Wheels. Info: 321-0567. through Oct. 24. At all branch Cost: $5 for lunch, $3 for members locations. Win a family four-pack older than 65. of tickets to the All-of-Us-Express Children’s Theater production and a Mason Area Seniors copy of the book. Info: 367-6363, Welcome Club, St. Augustine www.cadl.org/contest. of Canterbury Church, 546 W. South St., Mason, noon Thursdays. Adult Book Discussion, Temporarily meeting at the church Capital Area District Library Leslie during construction of the new City Branch, 201 Pennsylvania St., Leslie, Hall. Seniors 55 and older who 1 p.m. Oct. 14. Info: 589-9400 , reside in the Mason School District www.cadl.org. " are welcome. Info: 676-5917. Aurelius Reminiscers: One Room Schoolhouses, SPECIAL EVENTS Capital Area District Library Scarecrow Contest, Potter Aurelius Branch, 1939 S. Aurelius Park Zoological Garden, 1301 S Road, Mason, 2 p.m. Oct. 12. Pennsylvania Ave, Lansing, 1-3 p.m. Historian Deanna Stampfler will Oct. 15. Members of the public present a program about are encouraged to join in the zoo’s Michigan’s one-room fall festivities by creating animalschoolhouses. Info: 367-6355, themed scarecrows to be displayed www.cadl.org. " at the zoo through Oct. 31. See website for more details. Info: Preschool Storytime, Capital 483-4222, www.potterparkzoo.org. Area District Library Aurelius Branch, 1939 S. Aurelius Road, Silent Retreat, Self Realization Mason, 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays. Meditation Healing Centre, 7187 Stories, songs, crafts and more. Drumheller Road, Bath, Oct. 15-17. For ages 3-5. Info: 628-3743, Deepen your experience of inner www.cadl.org. " peace in a quiet, peaceful atmosphere. Includes shared Preschool Storytime, Capital accommodation and vegetarian Area District Library Leslie Branch, meals. Private room or suite may 201 Pennsylvania St., Leslie, 11 a.m. be available for an additional fee. Tuesdays. Stories, songs and crafts Call or visit the website to register for preschoolers. Info: 589-9400, or for more information. Advance www.cadl.org. " registration required. Info: Sit and Knit: “Hugs for 641-6201, Hospice”, Capital Area District Library Leslie Branch, 201
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VEVAY TWP. — Vevay Township has been operating without an official clerk since June, and Supervisor Ron Weesies wants residents to
know the situation. Weesies said that former clerk Susan Kosier resigned on June 1 for health reasons, although she had planned to carry out her two-year term. However, that was after the May deadline for
candidates to sign up for the August primary. The board, according to Weesies, had to pick a clerk by July 15. That board, Weesies said, was split 2-2 between JoAnne Kean and Candie Oesterle. Weesies said the county
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clerk, who has the right to call for a special election, sent letters to the Republican and Democratic parties asking them to submit a candidate by Aug. 4. Republican delegates decided on Kean while
Democrats made no selection, Weesies said. Oesterle later filed paperwork to be on the Nov. 2 ballot under “no party affiliation.” In the meantime, Weesies said Kean, who was deputy clerk, has acted
as elections clerk. He and township Treasurer Shaun Sherwood have been filling in with general clerk duties. “We have been limping along,” Weesies said. “It’s just important the township does have a clerk.”
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OK to leave our PCs, WiFi or networks unprotected? Most people can’t even put a face to their intruders, which makes the problem all the more frustrating. Computer hacking has become more sophisticated, and long gone is the brainy, singular person working alone to hack into your network for the fun of it. Think more along the lines of well-organized, underground crime syndicates. They work together in numbers and more than likely, are spread out worldwide. These hackers will get what they want, and they will use special software to get your private information and seize your computer. They will steal your identity without a second thought. If you shop, bank or post photos online, you
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The emotional costs Besides having to deal with the hassle of changing all of your information and trying to recoup some of your money, there will be emotional turmoil as well. You will feel violated, upset and defenseless, while putting the blame squarely on yourself.
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Michigan historian coming to area library By popular demand, Michigan historian Dianna Stampfler is back at the Aurelius Library! Many of you have commented on how much you have enjoyed Dianna’s programs about subjects like Michigan’s ghost towns. AT 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 12, she will be here to present “One-Room Schoolhouses,” highlighting Michigan one-room schoolhouses that have taken on new life in today’s world. Dianna will share pictures and stories about these treasured centers of education. This presentation is not to be missed. We have plenty of other special events this fall as
Postmistress” by Sarah Blakeat 3 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19. • Microsoft Word Basics at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20. Advance registration is required, so call (517) 628-3743.
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well: Storytimes, book discussion groups, computer classes and special speakers. Stop by the library to pick up a fall events guides, or visit our online calendar at cadl.org/events. Some examples: • Storytimes at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesdays • Pizza and Pages book discussion group for teens and tweens at 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 18. • Book discussion of “The
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11 Between Sept. 28 and Oct. 4, Mason police investigated 55 reported incidents involving a variety of activities, both criminal and noncriminal. These are some of those incidents worth noting and intended to keep citizens informed of department activities.
Toning it down Sept. 28: Officers were dispatched to a residence where neighbors reported loud music and arguing. When they arrived, they found four adults sitting on the porch enjoying a beer and listening to music. The four reported another resident of the home was talking loudly but no argument took place. This was confirmed with the loud talker, and everyone agreed to quiet down.
tions. The source also claimed to have just inherited $177 million, which was in a bank vault, and needed the fax recipient to claim the funds. All that was needed was the recipient’s information for the fax sender to process the claim. Nice try, but it didn’t work. The complaint has been forwarded to the appropriate federal agency for review.
Sept 28: The code enforcement officer opened three investigations for Nuisance Code violations for: blighted property in the 100 block of East Oak Street and 500 block of South Jefferson Street, and brush piles in the 100 block of North Rogers Street.
Sept. 29: Officers were called to a Mason home where a woman and child reside who reported hearing someone trying to enter the residence. The officers recognized the address and knew the complainant recently has had domestic troubles with a former boyfriend. They found no sign of an attempted entry or a prowler. They did note, however, that the residence’s exterior had no lighting, so they assisted by replacing burnt-out bulbs so the resident could see outside in the dark. They also took time to cover up a window through which a prowler could see inside without being detected.
Sept 28: An officer received an attempted fraud report at a Mason business on North Cedar Street. The complainant received a fax from an identified source who claimed to be a hostage of the United Na-
Sept 29: The code enforcement officer opened a blight investigation for a multifamily unit on Peachtree Place after observing scattered litter and unkempt and overgrown landscaping behind the build-
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ing. Contact with building management and unknown drugs. The driver stated he was a medical marijuana user but denied any confollow-up is pending. sumption in the past two weeks. Bumper ATM Medical treatment was obtained for the Sept. 30: While conducting a transac- driver who was taken to an area medical tion after fueling his patrol car, an officer facility. The restaurant owner graciously observed an obviously intoxicated patron agreed to allow the driver’s vehicle to be leinside the area business. After the patron gally parked in the lot until someone could walked out of the premises, two witnesses retrieve it later. All evidence obtained was reported seeing the intoxicated patron try- submitted to the Michigan State Police Lab ing to use the ATM machine, but she was so for analysis, and a report with the results unsteady, she had to balance herself on the will be submitted to the Ingham County machine and still bumped her head against prosecutor for review of charges. it twice while swaying about. The officer stopped the patron before Property damaged Oct. 1: An officer was dispatched to a she could enter her vehicle and refused to let her drive. He did, however, summon the residential facility for a malicious destrucpatron’s spouse who arrived to give his wife tion of property complaint. A resident had become upset over something and intena ride home. tionally damaged two phones, a computer Curb appeal keyboard and a computer mouse belonging Oct. 1: An officer was driving south on to the facility. The complainant stated they North Cedar Street and witnessed a north- wished to pursue malicious destruction of bound vehicle, traveling at a high rate of property charges against the suspect. The speed, swerve to the right and strike the case is under investigation. #Fraud averted curb. The officer U-turned and headed north Oct. 1: An officer investigated a fraud reto catch up with the vehicle and found it stopped in a restaurant parking lot, with port after the near victim received a telephone solicitation offering to help fix high the driver still inside. Contact with the driver found him to credit card debt. The victim did provide the be visibly impaired, and investigation deter- caller with a credit card account number mined enough evidence for officers to beContinued on next page lieve he might be under the influence of
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and, later, the caller asked the victim to withdraw $1,000 from her credit card account, deposit it into her bank account and await instructions. The victim suspected a fraud but attempted the transfer until convinced not to do so by bank staff. They referred the victim to Mason police to make a fraud report. The credit card was canceled before any fraudulent charges could be made. Further investigation will be conducted. Oct. 1: An officer was called to a Mason home where the resident complained the wrecker driver repossessing a car drove it on a flat tire, which could damage the rim. The complainant also reported the driver moved another vehicle parked in the way by disconnecting the drive shaft but reconnected it when the move was done. The officer informed the matter would be civil and should be taken up with the finance company.
Report unfounded Oct. 1: Officers were called to a Mason business after a caller made a report of a small child being molested inside a restroom. The complainant stated a female patron reported finding a small child inside a women’s restroom, then changed the story to finding the child inside a men’s room after investigating the sounds of someone crying. The woman was contacted and informed police she had heard the child crying, entered the men’s room to investigate and found a suspect molesting the child. She gave a vivid recounting of what she claimed to have witnessed.
The suspect, the child and parents were all located and interviewed separately, and no evidence of the alleged molestation was found. What was finally determined was the intoxicated witness (.19 breath-alcohol level) had already made some heinous accusations about the alleged suspect and his friend — which had been reported to the manager by the two men before this incident was reported — including claiming the friend was her son, which the friend denied. Later review of the video recordings inside the business determined the alleged suspect and the child never came into contact, but the witness was seen to come across the child outside the women’s restroom and walk her inside. The matter remains under investigation.
Missing person found Oct. 1: Officers responded to a parking lot near Kipp and Cedar after a caller reported an elderly female with no teeth was there, was acting strange and needed to be checked out. Officers found the woman and soon determined she was an endangered missing person from Leslie. Leslie police were notified, and arrangements were made to have the caregiver respond to the officer’s location. The victim was turned over to this caregiver, and the missing person alert was cancelled.
Vandals caught Oct. 2: Officers and a state trooper were dispatched to Laylin Park for vandalism in progress. The complainant reported three juveniles turning over picnic tables and chucking two tables into the pond. Officers found the trio attempting to hide in the trees north of the park and returned them to the scene. They reported two of the three committed the vandalism while the third refused to participate, telling the two they were stupid. One officer took pictures of the scene as evidence then convinced the pair to set things right, which they did by turning tables back over and retrieving the two tables from the pond, putting them in the spot they formerly had occupied. All three were taken home to parents, and the report will be submitted for review of charges.
Cruise control culprit? Oct. 3: An officer cutting across town on U.S. 127 happened behind a northbound vehicle swerving in its lane, crossing the fog line several times. When the car was stopped and the driver contacted, the officer was greeted with an overpowering odor of perfume emanating from the vehicle’s interior — a common ploy used to disguise the odors of marijuana and alcohol. When asked from where she was coming, the driver refused to tell because she
Oct. 2: Officers were called to a liquor establishment where some disorderly persons had been cut off from consumption of alcohol by management and were refusing to leave. The officers found the group and determined one person was upset because he didn’t know why they’d been cut off.
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MASON — The Mason City Council has tabled action on 10 traffic-control orders that would have changed the speed limits on various streets. The council decided to send the issue back to the city Traffic Commission to review and make recommendations before it takes action. Councilmember Leslie Bruno, Jr., said that’s standard procedure. “Usually they’re reviewed by them before they come to us,” Bruno said. Traffic Engineering Associates, Inc., based in Grand Ledge, prepared traffic-control orders for speed limit
changes for a special study presented at the Sept. 7 council meeting. City Attorney Dennis McGinty said that the state requires that traffic rules have to be supported by a study. “If we don’t agree, we could be pulling the rug out from under our cops,” councilmember Neal Johnson said. Councilmember Michael Waltz suggested that instead of increasing speed limits, it might be more appropriate for the Mason Police Department to make traffic stops “instead of increasing it (the speed limit) as if to say it’s OK.” The traffic-control orders would have been for these streets: West Columbia, East
Columbia, Jefferson, Okemos, Kerns, Cedar, South, Lansing, Barnes and Temple. Speed limits would have been changed on various stretches of those streets. They include: • a maximum speed limit of 45 mph on Jefferson from the intersecting center line of Howell Road to half a mile south of the center line of Howell. • a speed limit of 35 mph on Okemos from the north city limits to the intersecting center line of Columbia. • on Kerns Road, a speed limit of 45 mph from the intersecting center line of Howell Road to the intersecting center line of Cedar Street (M-36).
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Heritage Tour set for Oct. 16 MASON — The Mason Area Historical Society (MAHS) is planning a selfguided Heritage Tour for Saturday, Oct. 16. The “rain or shine, something for everyone” event will feature stops at several spots in the Mason area that will stir up memories of days long past. Included in the Heritage Tour will be visits to the Civil War museum of Scott Shattuck; the heritage farm of Neil Kentner, where farm animals, spinning and weaving will be featured. Also included will be the Pink School, a restored one-room schoolhouse, where Margaret Doolittle will share its history and Rachel Clark will
conduct school yard activities for children. The working farm of Coe Emens will display an authentic steam engine , and the Mason Area Historical Museum, where Celeste Hude and friends, dressed in Civil War regalia, will conduct parlor games. The tickets for the Heritage Tour are available at Bestsellers Bookstore, Ware’s Drug Store and the museum. Tickets are $5 per person or $10 per family and will contain specific information and directions to the tour stops, which will be open from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. — From the Mason Area Historical Society
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LANSING — This Halloween season, head to Potter Park Zoo’s annual Boo at the Zoo for an array of “spook-tacular” activities for the whole family. Presented by The Blue Care Network of Michigan and Celebration! Cinema, Boo at the Zoo offers loads of frightful fun from noon-4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23 and Sunday, Oct. 24. Boo at the Zoo promises surprises, adventure, family fun, and candy treats in a family-friendly fall atmosphere. The event, offered by Potter Park Zoo and the Potter Park Zoo Society, is packed with seasonal activities and festive fun for all ages, including face painting, kids crafts, games, hay
rides, animal enrichments, a straw maze and a special marshmallow-launching trebuchet game. Trick-or-treaters can cavort through the zoo collecting candy and treats from costumed volunteers at several treat stations located throughout the zoo. Guests can also enjoy up close and personal encounters with some fascinating and creepy creatures during special live animal presentations at the Discovery Center. And guests won’t want to miss out on learning about wolves from “Granny” herself at the Wolf Cabin located just north of the otter exhibit. This year’s event also in-
cludes the Boo tunnel and daily costume parades beginning at 1:30 p.m. Guests are encouraged to dress in costume for the occasion. Boo at the Zoo debuts the second annual Scarecrow Alley, a Halloween display created from entries in the zoo’s scarecrow building contest. These animalthemed scarecrows will line the pathways helping to transform the zoo for a hauntingly good time. Prizes will be awarded for the top three scarecrow finalists. Find out more information about how to enter this and other zoo contests at www.potterparkzoo.org. Regular zoo admission rates apply. Admission is $4 for residents, $10 for non-
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Library calendar All locations • ‘The Time Machine’ Ticket Giveaway Entries accepted through Oct. 24. The Capital Area District Library is teaming up with All-ofUs-Express Children’s Theater to give away free tickets to their production of H.G. Wells’s “The Time Machine.” Adapted by Tim Kelly, the play follows the adventures of an eccentric young inventor named Filby and the colorful characters he
meets in a strange future world. To win a family four-pack of tickets, plus a copy of the book, visit www.cadl.org/contest.
Aurelius Library • Preschool Storytime (ages 3-5), Wednesday, Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27, 10:30 a.m. Stories, songs, snacks, and crafts for preschoolers. • Oct. 12: Aurelius Reminiscers: One Room Schoolhouses, 2 p.m. Historian Dianna Stampfler will be here with
an exciting program about Michigan’s one-room schoolhouses. Nearly lost to time to consolidation of districts, thousands of one room schools once dotted the landscape. Fortunately, many have been preserved and have found a new place in historical villages. Some have been converted into homes, antique shops, art galleries and museums. A small number are still in use. Take an educational and photographic trip back in time to see those that have been
lost...and found. • Oct. 18: Pizza and Pages (grades 4-12), 5-6 p.m. Bring a favorite book that you have read and discuss it with other readers. Pizza and other snacks will be provided. • Oct. 19: Book Discussion, 3 p.m. “The Postmistress” by Sarah Blake. • Oct. 20: Word Basics, 2-3 p.m. Learn to modify, cut and paste text, plus open, close and save documents. Experience with a mouse and
Windows required. Registration required; call (517) 628-3743. • Oct. 28: “Monstrously Good Time” (children ages 4 and up and their families), 6-7:30 p.m. Join in for a night of special monster stories, crafts and snacks.
Dansville Library • Oct. 19: Adult Book Discussion, 6:30 p.m. “Major Pettigrew’s last stand” by Helen Simonson. • Oct. 28: Dinosaur Day
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Gallegos Ernesto Gallegos and Jessica Mireles of Lansing announce the birth of their son Antonio Jose. He was born Aug. 19 at Ingham Regional Medical Center and weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces. Grandparents are Debra Cheadle, Kelly ad Jose Mireles and Maria and Juventino Gallegos.
Duane Johnson Jr. and Ashley Stid of Lansing announce the birth of their daughter Susan Cheyanne Rose. She was born March 29 at Ingham Regional Medical Center and weighed 8 pounds 11 ounces.
• Oct. 21: Intermediate Word • Oct. 28: Introduction to PowerPoint Classes will be held at the Dansville Village Hall. Registration required; call (517) 623-6511.
• Hugs for Hospice Mondays, Oct. 4, 11, 18 and 25, 6-8 p.m. Knit, sew or crochet projects for the Heartland/ Hospice Group. • Preschool Storytime Tuesdays, Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26, 11 a.m. Stories, songs and crafts for preschoolers. • Adult Book Discussion, Wednesdays, 1 p.m.
Erik Rutherford and Angel Amon of Lansing announce the birth of their son Harley Davis James. He was born March 22 at Sparrow Hospital and weighed 8 pounds 6 ounces. Grandparents are Rob and Danell Rutherford, Richard and Kathy Perry, and Deborah King.
• Oct. 26: Scary Stories Halloween Night, 6-7:30 p.m. • Pumpkin Decorating Day, Thursday, Oct. 28 and Friday, Oct. 29, 3-5 p.m.
Mason Library • Oct. 18: “Shrek-tastic” Party (ages 5-9, families welcome), 4 p.m. Come enjoy food and fun for a “Shrek-tastic” time. Wear your costume and be a character at the Ogre Swamp. Registration required; call (517) 676-9088. • Oct. 19: Holiday Wreath-making, 6 p.m. Everything will be supplied to make an evergreen wreath with natural decorations, including cones, berries, nuts and seed
pods. Participants may bring additional decorative items. • Oct. 27: Gross-Out Party (ages 9-12, families welcome), 6 p.m. Enjoy gross snacks and crafts. Registration required; call (517) 676-9088. • Oct. 28: Spooky Movie Nite at the Library (grades 6-12), 6 p.m. • Oct. 30: Singer/Songwriter Performance, 2 p.m. Enjoy a family-friendly folk concert featuring the group Gifts or Creatures. Co-sponsored by and held at Bestsellers Books & Coffee Company, 360 S. Jefferson, Mason. Seating is on a first-come basis. — From the Capital Area District Library
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Mason 49, Jackson Northwest 0 JACKSON — Junior tailback Saylor Lavallii ran for 109 yards and three touchdowns to lead Mason to a CAAC Red victory over Jackson Northwest (0-6, 0-4). Senior Sean Wren ran back two punts for touchdowns for the Bulldogs (5-1, 3-1), and senior defensive lineman Ethan Dunsmore returned a fumble for a score.
Bulldog alum last-minute hero for Indiana Tech N. CANTON, Ohio – The Indiana Tech men’s soccer team won in a thriller on Oct. 6 against the Walsh University Cavaliers, 2-1. With time running out and Tech trailing 1-0, junior Sam Terman (Mason High School) scored off a rebound to tie the game. Then with less than a minute left in regulation Callum Stanley found Terman again for the game-winner.
Carson City-Crystal 56, Dansville 14 CARSON CITY — Senior running back Will McCrackin had 15 carries for 157 yards and two touchdowns to lead Carson City-Crystal to a CMAC win. Senior running back Devon O’Green added 137 rushing yards and three touchdowns for the Eagles (3-3, 3-3). Senior Forest Graham had 11 carries for 76 yards and a touchdown for Dansville (2-4, 2-4) in the loss.
Leslie 46, Parma Western 34
Thursday, Oct. 14 Girls Volleyball Leslie @ Albion 5 p.m. Boys Soccer Mason @ CAAC Cup TBA Leslie @ SMAA Tourn. TBA Cross Country Mason @ East Lansing Non Varsity Invite 4 p.m. Girls Swimming Mason @ Ionia 6 p.m.
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“They finished, which was good, and had a couple of weaknesses in the back that we can make into coaching moments.” – Mason head coach Nick Binder and sent him in clean on goal with a perfectly timed ball over the top. Raab pushed it past the helpless Viking keeper to make the score 3-1 with 35:51 left in the game. Raab returned the favor on Mason’s fourth goal, when he took the ball square from the top of the box, and then glided past three Haslett defenders to gain the byline on the left wing. Raab flicked the ball with the outside of his right foot to Rogers, who scored with his right knee to make the score 4-1 with 22:48 left on the clock. Haslett scored a late goal on another poor clearance by Mason’s back line, when a free kick from 50 yards led to a wide-open shot
right in front on which Flamme had no chance that did little but flatter Haslett with a final score of 4-2. Binder said that the injuries to his team led him to switch his lineup around. “We tried some different things,” Binder said. “Maybe not by choice, but we found a couple of things tonight, so hopefully that can give us more options as we get some guys back.” Mason will continue its CAAC Cup run at home on Tuesday, Oct. 12 against either Lansing Catholic or Okemos and finish it on Thursday, Oct. 14 against either Holt, Charlotte, DeWitt or St. Johns, with the venue to be determined by results.
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PARMA — Junior Brendon Smith had 414 total yards of offense and four touchdowns as Leslie scored 26 unanswered points in the fourth quarter. Senior Brandon Kibbey and senior Jared Hansen each returned an interception for a touchdown for the Blackhawks (4-2, 2-2 in the SMAA). Junior Kyle Bryson had seven catches for 124 yards and a touchdown for Leslie.
Tuesday, Oct. 12 Girls Volleyball Mason vs Waverly 6 p.m. Leslie vs. Stockbridge 5 p.m. Boys Soccer Mason vs CAAC Cup TBA Leslie @ SMAA Tourn. TBA
By SCOTT YOSHONIS
HASLETT -- Mason ended its boys soccer regular season the right way, with a 4-2 win at Haslett on Oct. 5. Zach Rogers scored two goals and assisted on another in the game and Tyler Raab had a goal and two assists to help improve the Bulldogs to 14-1-3 going into the CAAC Cup tournament. That tournament began with a game against Lansing Everett on Oct. 8, after this paper went to press. Mason head coach Nick Binder said that he liked what he saw in most of the contest. “The guys all played hard,” Binder said. “They finished, which was good, and had a couple of weaknesses in the back that we can make into coaching moments.” That finishing started early, as the Bulldogs found the mark less than six minutes into the contest when Peter Brandenburg found some space on the left wing. Brandenburg sent in a sweet cross that Rogers headed home to make the score 1-0 with 34:16 left in the first half. Haslett came back with its best chance of the half four minutes later, as a shot by Ranga Mutatu from just outside the box forced Mason goalkeeper Jacob Derby to make a leaping save and tip the ball over the bar. That would be the last time that Derby would be troubled in the game, as Mason dominated possession until the second half. Wilson scored Mason’s second goal with 2:46 left in the half on a blast from the 18-yard line that the Haslett keeper got a finger to, but couldn’t keep out of the net, and the Bulldogs took a 2-0 lead into the second half. Josh Flamme took over for Derby in the Mason goal in the second half, and was greeted rudely by the Vikings, who sent a long ball into the Bulldog penalty area immediately after the break. Mason’s defense failed to clear it, leading to a somewhat fluky rebound goal for Haslett that made the score 2-1 just 1:36 after the break. Rogers helped get the Bulldogs their two-goal lead back when he saw Raab making a diagonal run
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20 Girls golf OKEMOS 181, MASON 191 (at Eldorado) Okemos–Nichols 38, Wesley 45, Hollis 45, Gordon 53. Mason–Winkler 43, Heckaman 46, McDermott 50, McNamara 52. ONSTED INVITATIONAL (at Devils Lake, Manitou Beach) Team scores–Hillsdale Academy 353,Tecumseh 367, Coldwater 371, Onsted 417, Parma Jackson County Western 432, Stockbridge 436, Concord 445, Vandercook Lake 457, Brooklyn Columbia Central 470, East Jackson 482, Addison 484, Hillsdale 556 Stockbridge–8. Sutter 93, Minix 107, Sidebottom 118, Mace 118 SMAA PARMA WESTERN JAMBOREE (at Whiffle Tree Golf Course, Concord) Team scores–Parma Jackson County Western 199, Concord 225, Onsted 227, Stockbridge 231, Brooklyn Columbia Central 234, Hillsdale 266 Stockbridge–Allison Minix 47, Lauren Sutter 54, Hailey Minix 65, Stephanie Sidebottom 65 Webberville–Bridget Hull 65, Emily Sparkia 66, Wiley 82 SMAA FINAL (at Lakeland HIlls) Team scores–Parma Western 382, Concord 427, Onsted 432, Brooklyn Columbia Central 441, Stockbridge 467, Webberville 545, Hillsdale 549. Stockbridge–T-9. Lauren Sutter 100, Allison Minix 111, Hailey Minix 116, Stephanie Sidebottom 140. Webberville–Haley Beck 118, Bridget Hull 128, Emily Sparkia 147, Katie Wylie 152. *Medalist was Majerle Slater (Onsted) 85. Final standings–1. Parma Western, 2. Concord, 3. Onsted, 4. Stockbridge, 5. Columbia Central, 6. Hillsdale, 7. Webberville.
Boys soccer MASON 1, TRAVERSE CITY WEST 0 Goal–Albert. Assists–Z. Rogers, Brandenburg. In goal–Derby (M) 2 saves, Casciano (TCW) 3 saves, Cunningham (TCW) 2 saves. Record– Mason 13-1-3. LANSING CHRISTIAN 8, DANSVILLE 0 Goals–Kim 3, Li 2, N. Theis 2, Noyola. Assists–Li 2, Brooks 2, N. Theis, O. Theis, VanDyke. In goal–Lyon (LC) 3 saves, Coward (D) 10 saves. Records–Dansville 6-5, Lansing Christian 13-1-1. STATE RANKINGS DIVISION 2–1. Hudsonville Unity Christian. 2. Grand Rapids Northview, 3. Plainwell, 4. Mason, 5. DeWitt, 6. St. Clair Shores Lakeshore, 7. Birmingham Lahser, 8. Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood, 9. Detroit Country Day, 10. Holland, honorable mention: Bloomfield Hills Andover,Auburn Hills Avondale,Ada Forest Hills Eastern
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EATON RAPIDS 114, MASON 99 200 medley relay–Eaton Rapids (Boomer, Beemer, Rock, Kineman) 2:12.24 200 freestyle–Rock (ER) 2:20.80 200 ind. medley–Boomer (ER) 2:34.87 50 freestyle–Kineman (ER) 26:96 Diving–Barber (M) 170.55 100 butterfly–Kineman (ER) 1:10.07 100 freestyle–Johnson (M) 1:03.08 500 freestyle–Rock (ER) 6:08.05 200 freestyle relay–Mason (Markiewicz, Bartlett, Croff, Johnson) 1:58.06 100 backstroke–Boomer (ER) 1:10.32 100 breaststroke–Lang (M) 1:24.56 400 freestyle relay–Mason (Markiewicz, Krupp, Croff, Johnson) 4:24.13. Records– Mason 2-4
Boys tennis CAAC RED DIVISION FINAL JAMBOREE (at Mason) Team scores–St. John’s 48, Jackson Lumen Christi 43, Mason 40, Waverly 34, Owosso 29, Sexton 16, Jackson North West 16. Singles–1. Max Swarthout (SJ) d. Micheal Sorrell (W) 6-1, 6-4. 2. Austin Parsons (SJ) d. Chris Reardon (LC) 6-2, 6-0. 3. Zach Peters (SJ) d. David Thompson (W) 6-4, 6-1. 4.
Connor Maddalena (LC) d. Dean Reik (W) 7-6, 2-6, 6-3. Doubles–1. Trevor Schaff-Drew Schmidt (LC) d. Mitchell Chrenka-Will Haff (O) 1-6, 6-4, 6-2. 2. Matt Fitzgerald-Nick Roe (LC) d. Stuwart Shattuck-Andy Brouillette (M) 6-4, 7-6. 3. Sam VanDyke-D.J. Hearit (M) d. Matt Meaton-Aaron Bodus (SJ) 6-1, 6-2. 4. Aaron Brown-Brendan Martin (M) d. Shane Baugher-Alex Ervin (SJ) 6-2, 6-0. League Standings: 1.)St. John’s 2.)Jackson Lumen Christi 3.)Mason 4.)Waverly 5.)Owosso 6.)Jackson North West 7.)Sexton SMAA TOURNAMENT AT OKEMOS Team scores–Parma Jackson County Western 32, Brooklyn Columbia Central 22, Leslie/ Lansing Christian 15, Hillsdale 11 Singles finals–Mike Darling (P) d. Matt Messerly (B) 6-0, 6-2; Andrew Fitzpatrick (P) d. Austin Wint (B) 6-3, 6-2; Tony Mayotte (P) d. Steven Hofman (L) 6-0, 6-3; Landon Hollow (P) d. Hansol Suh (L) 6-1, 6-1 Doubles finals–Jordan Tingle-Alex Dowley (P) d. Ryan Head-Matt Rogers (B) 6-0, 6-2; Andrew Herlein-Reid Ganton (P) d. T.J. BorckDrew Doman (B) 6-0, 6-0; Zach Eddy-Darren Embury (P) d. Beau Walter-Steve Kaczmar 6-0, 6-0; Matthew Bowdon-Evan Gregory (P) d. Andrew Parsley-Spencer Towbin (B) 6-0, 6-0 LESLIE-LANSING CHRISTIAN 6, JACKSON NORTHWEST 2 Singles–Helder (LCS) d. Harmon 7-5, 5-7, 8-7(7-4). Kim (LCS) d. Boley 6-2, 6-4. Hofman (LCS) d. Cummings 6-0, 6-1. Suh (LCS) d. Judy 7-5, 6-4. Doubles–Skromme-Riffle (LCS) d. BrownlieFutrell 6-1, 4-6, 6-4. Moore-Vandehaar (LCS) d. Pittman-Rudloff 6-4, 2-6, 7-6(7-2). Trayser-Campbell (JNW) d. Fields-Greydanus 7-5, 6-1. Swope-Psychas (JNW) d. Kyun Lim-Yul Kim 6-3, 6-2. Records–Leslie-Lansing Christian 2-3 (1-2). MASON 7, CHARLOTTE 1 Singles- Pavlat (M) d. Marquardt (C) 6-1, 6-2. Clarke (C) d. Cochran (M) 6-2, 6-4. Beebe (M) d. Roys (C) 6-2, 6-2. Rosseter (M) d. Charlotte def. Doubles- Shattuck-Brouillette (M) d. AllenWheaton (C) 7-6, 6-0. Hearit-VanDyke (M) d. Fulton-Peterson (C) 6-3, 6-3. Brown-Martin (M) d. Bristol-Vasquez (C) 6-1, 6-0. Gandhi-Schon (M) d. Struble-Christensen (C) 6-1, 6-2. Records- Mason 6-3-2; Charlotte 2-8-1.
Volleyball MASON D. SEXTON (25-11, 25-21, 25-12) Aces–Rogers (M) 3, Walker (S) 1, Bue (S) 1. Assists–Service (M) 23, Taylor (S) 12. Kills– Ound (M) 16, Wood (S) 3, Walker (S) 3. Blocks–Stalver (M) 2, Williams (S) 4. Digs– Reister (M) 11, Bue (S) 5. Record–Sexton 1-5 in CAAC Red; Mason13-23-3, 4-2 LANSING CHRISTIAN D. LESLIE (25-16, 25-17, 25-22) Aces–Gomez (LC) 7. Assists–Jenison (LC) 23. Kills–Gomez (LC) 13. Blocks–Gomez (LC) 4. Digs–Miller (LC) 5. Records–Lansing Christian 16-3-3, Leslie 3-4. LANSING CHRISTIAN D. LESLIE (25-16, 25-17, 25-22) Aces–Swab (L) 4. Assists– Welhusen (L) 10. Kills– Barratt (L) 7. Blocks–Barratt (L) 3. Digs– Kennedy (L) 10 Records– 11-10-2 (3-3). DANSVILLE D. SARANAC (25-15, 18-25, 15-25, 18-25) Aces– Middauh (S) 3, A. Hedemark (D) 2, E. Hedemark (D) 2. Assists– Mackey (S) 9, Collins (D) 12, E. Hedemark (D) 12. Kills– Overbech (S) 10, Simpson (S) 9, K. Eckert (D) 10, A. Hedemark (D) 10. Blocks– Overbech (S) 4, Moran (D) 7. Digs– Overbech (S) 6, A. Hedemark (D) 21. Records– Saranac 8-10-5 (2-3) Dansville 12-7-5 (3-2) DANSVILLE D. GRASS LAKE 25-22, 25-20, 16-25, 25-23 Aces–A. Hedemark (D), Mulhollen (D), Price (D) 2. Assists–E. Hedemark (D) 23. Kills–A.
Hedemark (D) 14. Digs–Mulhollen (D) 22. Blocks–Moran (D), E. Hedemark (D) 2. COLUMBIA CENTRAL D. STOCKBRIDGE (25-13, 25-17, 25-14) Stockbridge Team Leaders: Aces–Diedrich 2. Assists–Frazzini 6. Kills–Knepley 10. Blocks– Goodlock 2. Digs–Crockett 6. Records–Stockbridge 2-17-3 (1-5).
Boys cross country CARSON CITY CRYSTAL BAESE INVITATIONAL Gold Division team scores–Grandville Calvin Christian 38, Lansing Catholic 62, Clare 117, Ithaca 140, Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic 146, Charlevoix 169, Hanover-Horton 172, Kent City 184, Leslie 219, St. Louis 244, Carson City-Crystal 324, Wyoming Lee 328, Maple Valley 349, Elk Rapids 419,Wyoming Kelloggsville 442, Morley-Stanwood 448, Fennville DNF Lansing Catholic–5. Jimmy Hicks 16:39, 6. Zach Zingsheim 16:45, 12.Austin Winter 17:15, 13. Joe Marrah 17:15, 26. Nate Warriner 17:52 Leslie–7. Tyler Harrison 16:46, 40. Matt Subject 18:25, 48. Chase Tropf 18:49, 63. Justin Gibbs 19:25, 66. Josh Steckelberg 19:29 Maple Valley–47. Joe Benedict 18:44, 68. Kyle Brumm 19:32, 83. Sam Benedict 20:11, 85. Tyler Brumm 20:14, 86. Micah Bromley 20:17 HASLETT INVITATIONAL Division 3-4 team scores–Jackson Lumen Christi 75, Concord 79, Hemlock 81, Stockbridge 115, Albion 132, Southfield Christian 165, Hudson 184, Morenci 191, Pittsford 220, Addison 240, Ann Arbor Greenhills 264, East Jackson 301 Stockbridge–6. Kyle Losey 17:20, 11. Alec Armstrong 17:42, 22.Anthony Rickle 18:33, 36.Tyler Carpenter 19:13, 41. David Campbell 19:28 Lansing Christian–75. Paul Childress 22:28 CAAC RED JAMBOREE (at Jackson) Team scores–Mason 22, Jackson Lumen Christi 54, Owosso 74, St. Johns 78, Waverly 152, Jackson Northwest 155, Sexton 209 Mason–1. Hinkle 16:14, 3. Cecil 16:31, 4. VanDyke 16:33, 5.Whitmer 16:49, 9. Hanson 17:20 St. Johns–6. Hyatt 16:50, 10. Shellberg 17:38, 13. VanWormer 18:03, 23. Howard 18:49, 26. Pastula 18:57 Waverly–21. Marlin 18:48, 30. Mobley 19:02, 31. Robertson 19:04, 38. Bennett 19:13, 56. Maldonado 20:34
Girls cross country CARSON CITY CRYSTAL BAESE INVITATIONAL Gold Division team scores–Hanover-Horton 55, Kent City 91, Leslie 119, Grandville Calvin Christian 126, St. Louis 145, Charlevoix 170, Ithaca 200, Clare 213, Shepherd 235, Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic 303, Carson City-Crystal 341, Maple Valley 341, Morley-Stanwood 390, Fennville 435, Wyoming Kelloggsville DNF, Wyoming Lee DNF, Elk Rapids DNF Leslie–3. Audrey Tremaine 19:19, 12. Brooke Prieskorn 19:59, 18. Kayla Smith 20:22, 19. Sydney Tremaine 20:26, 48. Sarah Subject 21:53 Maple Valley–25. Jessica Rushford 20:39, 64. Pantera Rider 23:08, 79. Megan Shoemaker 24:23, 83. Lynzie Trumble 25:21, 90. Jessa Cheeseman 26:56 HASLETT INVITATIONAL Division 3-4 team scores–Jackson Lumen Christi 27, Stockbridge 33, Concord 93, Hemlock 142, Lansing Christian 142, Ann Arbor Greenhills 183, Southfield Christian 204, Hudson 211, Albion 222, Morenci 247 Stockbridge–3. Jacquie Fillmore 20:48, 4. Kristen Fillmore 20:51, 5. Kellie Rizzolo 20:53, 7. Lindsey Poll 21:03, 14. Jasmine Holloway 21:59 Lansing Christian–9. Miah Hagy 21:11, 22. Elizabeth Perkins 22:32, 33. Courtney Myers 23:46, 38. Erin Hoeft 24:36, 57. Christina Garza 26:42 CAAC RED JAMBOREE (at Jackson) Team scores–Jackson Lumen Christi 51, St. Johns 73, Jackson Northwest 77, Mason 80, Owosso 111, Waverly 140, Sexton 212 St. Johns–2. Peacock 19:27, 13. Salemi 20:32, 17. Kraft 21:06, 18. Catlin 21:08, 24.
Ashley 21:41 Mason–6. Soule 19:53, 8. Hass 20:00, 21. Yallup 21:34, 22. Miller 21:37, 27. Riggs 22:18 Waverly–7. Broessel 19:53, 23. Roberts 21:37, 45. L. McComb 23:39, 53. Mosher 23:52, 55. N. McComb 23:55
Mason 49, Jackson Northwest 0 Mason 21 Northwest 0 First quarter
7 14 0 0
7 - 49 0 - 0
M - S. Wren 68 punt return (J. Derby kick) M - E. Dunsmore 25 fumble return (J. Derby kick) M - S. Lavallii 45 run (J. Derby kick)
Second quarter M - S. Lavallii 15 run (J. Derby kick)
Third quarter M - S. Lavallii 14 run (J. Derby kick) M - B. Hinamanu 15 run (J. Derby kick)
Fourth quarter M - S. Wren 84 punt return (J. Derby kick)
Nor First downs 10 Total Net Yards 156 Rushes-yards 41-112 Passing 44 Comp-Att-Int 3-13-1 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 Penalties-Yards 6-74
Mas 13 271 26-182 89 7-11-1 6-1 6-52
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing - Mason, Blake Cook 1-4, Benjamin Hinamanu 6-63, Saylor Lavallii 12-109, Thomas McNamara 6-4, Jeffrey Smith 1-2. Northwestern, Crampton 5-25, Sherar 7-25, Deandre Taylor 1-1, Brent Wedgewood 20-65. Passing - Mason, Thomas McNamara 7-10-0-89, Jakob Somerville 0-1-0-0. Northwestern, Peters 3-13-0-44. Receiving - Mason, Jonathon Geer 3-48, Connor Holbrook 2-25, Sean Wren 2-16. Northwestern, Jake Devereaux 2-44.
Leslie 46, Parma Western 34 Leslie 8 Parma Western 8 First quarter
0 12 26 - 46 19 7 0 - 34
Les - K. Bryson 9 pass from B. Smith (J. Kunze Pass from B. Smith) PW - A. VanOver 80 kickoff return (E. Birch Run)
Second quarter PW - A. Maynard 20 pass from E. Birch (K. Krontz Kick) PW - A. Maynard 5 run (Run Failed) PW - A. VanOver 9 pass from E. Birch (Kick Failed)
Third quarter Les - B. Smith 1 run (Pass Failed) PW - E. Birch 1 run (K. Krontz Kick) Les - B. Kibbey 52 interception return (Pass Failed)
Fourth quarter Les - B. Smith 25 run (run failed) Les - C. Smith 2 run (pass failed) Les - B. Smith 13 run (pass failed) Les - J. Hansen 45 interception return (K. Bryson pass from B. Smith)
PW First downs 19 Total Net Yards 374 Rushes-yards 40-221 Passing 153 Comp-Att-Int 8-14-2 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 Penalties-Yards 5-54
Les 30 487 43-247 240 16-30-4 4-2 7-58
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing: Leslie, Andrew Arras 2-7, Chanler Carmer 1-6, Brandon Kibbey 2-3, Jeremy Kunze 3-9, Manny Pennell 1-4, Brendon Smith 21-174, Chrishawn Smith 13-43. Parma Western, Eric Birch 6-50, Kyler Holland 11-42,Austin Maynard 22-118,Anthony VanOver 1-10. Passing: Leslie, Brendon Smith 16-30-0-240. Parma Western, Eric Birch 8-14-0-153. Receiving: Leslie, Andrew Arras 1-19, Kyle Bryson 7-124, Chanler Carmer 3-56, Brandon Kibbey 4-33,Jeremy Kunze 1-8.ParmaWestern, Austin Maynard 7-71, Anthony VanOver 1-82.
Mason’s Jacob Cochran returns a serve during the Bulldogs’ 7-1 win over Charlotte.
Mason tennis topples Orioles By SCOTT YOSHONIS firstname.lastname@example.org
MASON — Mason gained momentum for the boys tennis regionals with a 7-1 non-league dual win over Charlotte in the regular-season finale on Oct. 5. The Division 3 regional tournament was played on Oct. 7, and was not completed before press time. Cody Pavlat won his match in first singles 6-1, 6-2, Jacob Cochran fell in second singles 2-6, 4-6, Ryan Beebe took the third singles flight for Mason 6-2, 6-2 and Charlotte defaulted the fourth singles flight, since they only have 11 players on the roster. Loren Shattuck and Andy Brouillette took the top doubles flight 7-6, 6-0, Derick Hearit and Samuel
VanDyke won second doubles 6-3, 6-3, Aaron Brown and Brendan Martin took third doubles 6-1, 6-0 and Nicholas Gandhi and Michael Schon prevailed 6-1, 6-2 in fourth doubles. Mason head coach Dee McCaffrey said, “We were missing a guy, so we moved some guys around and they all responded well.” McCaffrey said that he’s confident going into the regionals. “Most of the teams, we’ve had on the schedule, and as we’ve watched our team scores throughout the year, they all seem to have progressed.” If the Bulldogs finished in the top two at the regionals, they will play as a team at the Division 3 State Finals at Kalamazoo College beginning Friday, Oct. 15.
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MASON — Ten local students from Clinton, Eaton and Ingham counties were recently awarded grand prizes for their participation over the summer in the Passport to Adventure program developed by the Keep Learning initiative. This program was designed to encourage students and their parents to continue the learning process over the summer. The program focused on outgoing fourth-grade students, as research indicates that this is the first age at which students might begin to lose interest in their education. Grand prizes winners included: Anna Rue, North Aurelius Elementary (Mason) and Lulu Firestone,
Heritage Elementary (Stockbridge) who both won an Apple iPod; Paul Harris, Bath Elementary (Bath) and Kaitlyn Poe, Steele Street Elementary (Mason) who both won a Flip HD digital camcorder; Fisher Welch, Wexford Elementary (Lansing) and Victoria Herceg, Kinawa Middle School (Okemos) who both won a Kodak digital camera; Robert Stehlik, East Olive Elementary (St. Johns) won a Barnes & Noble Nook e-reader; Sam Zayko, Vera Ralya Elementary (Haslett) won the Wii gaming system; Tara Flanagan, Pleasant View Elementary (Lansing) won the Toshiba net book computer; and the Apple iPad was awarded to Carmen Austin, Wacousta Elementary (Grand Ledge).
Students were asked to attend at least eight of the 13 venues that participated and have their passport stamped after touring the facility and answering a trivia question about something they would have learned during their visit. Once the students had received at least eight stamps in the passport, they were able to return a postcard to be entered into the drawing for the grand prizes. Venues included such locations as Impression 5 Science Center, the State Capitol and the Michigan Historical Museum. Prizes were made available because of grants received from Jackson National Community Foundation and the Capital Region
Community Foundation. “This was a wonderful opportunity to spend some time with my daughter over the summer uncovering some of the gems we have right here in our own community,” par-
ent Linda Flanagan said. “I think it is important that our children continue their learning throughout the summer, and this was a great program to accomplish that.” Keep Learning . . . is a
coalition of education, business, government and media partners committed to doubling the number of college graduates in Mid-Michigan. For details, visit www.learnforourfuture.org.
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Chicken Fingers OR Hot Ham and Cheese Sandwich
•Oven Baked Beans •Chilled Mixed Fruit Cup •Bread/Butter
Homemade Spaghetti, Meat Sauce OR Rib Sandwich
•Tossed Lettuce Salad •Fruit Jello, Topping •Garlic Toast
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•Oven Baked Beans •Fresh Apple Slices •Cookie
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Mozzarella Crazy Bread, dip OR Sloppy Joe on Bun, chips OR Cheese Pizza Square OR Cold Sandwich Selection
•Oven Baked Beans •Broccoli Cuts •Fresh Fruit •Asst. Chilled Fruit Cup
Spicy or Hot Chicken Sandwich •Frozen Mixed Vegetables OR •Baby Carrots Scalloped Potatoes/Ham •Fresh Fruit OR •Asst. Chilled Fruit Stuffed Crust Pizza Cup OR •Bread/Butter Cold Sandwich Selection
Turkey and Gravy OR Pork Barbeque on Bun OR Fiestada OR Cold Sandwich Selection Hungry Howie’s Pizza Day! OR Meatball Sub, chips OR Cold Sandwich Selection
MASON MIDDLE SCHOOL •Whipped Potatoes •Frozen Peas •Fresh Fruit •Asst. Chilled Fruit Cup •Biscuits, Honey •Niblet Corn •Oven Baked Beans •Fresh Fruit •Asst. Chilled Fruit Cup •Bread/Butter
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Chicken Fingers OR Hot Ham and Cheese Sandwich Homemade Spaghetti, Meat Sauce OR Rib Sandwich
•Oven Baked Beans •Golden Tater Tots •Pineapple/Mandarin Oranges •Bread/Butter •Tossed Lettuce Salad •Broccoli Cuts •Fruit Jello, Topping •Garlic Toast •Golden Potato Stars •Warm Cinnamon Apples •Chilled Peach Slices
Mini Pancakes, Syrup, Smokie Links OR Egg, Cheese, & Sausage McMuffin Mozzarella Crazy Bread OR PB&J Uncrustables
Chicken Fajitas OR Fruit Yogurt, String Cheese, Bagel
•Niblet Corn •Baby Carrots/Dip •Lunch Bunch Grapes
•Golden Squash •Oven Baked Beans •Fresh Apple Slices
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Boy Bulldogs first in Red league jamboree By SCOTT YOSHONIS email@example.com
DELTA TWP. — Mason’s cross country teams each posted encouraging results at the CAAC Red league jamboree in Jackson on Oct. 6. The Bulldogs won the meet on the boys’ side, while the girls placed a creditable fourth in the event hosted by Lumen Christi at Ella Sharp Park. Tanner Hinkle led the way for the Mason boys,
who took four of the top five places in the race on the way to 22 points, 32 ahead of second-place Lumen Christi. Hinkle won the race with a time of 16:14.1, 16 seconds ahead of the field. Joe Cecil, Mason VanDyke and Alex Whitmer finished 3-4-5, with times of 16:31.9, 16:33.6 and 16:49.3, respectively. Jacob Hansen rounded out the scorers for the Bulldogs, finishing ninth overall with a time of 17:20.9.
Mason’s girls finished in fourth place as a team with 80 points, three points behind third-place Jackson Northwest and only seven points out of second place. “That’s a big improvement,” Mason girls coach Jamie Latimer said. “Great weather led to several career or season records for the girls.” Abbey Soule was the first across for the Bulldogs with a time of 19:53.3, which was good for sixth place overall.
Cassidy Hass was less than one second from breaking 20 minutes with a 20:00.7, good for eighth overall. “I don’t expect to see the 20-minute barrier in her future for much longer,” Latimer said. Ashley Yallop and Karley Miller finished 20th and 21st with times of 21:34.1 and 21:37.0, respectively, and Nadia Riggs was the last scorer for Mason, posting a time of 22:18.4, which Latimer said was two seconds
“Great weather led to several career or season records for the girls.” – Mason girls cross country coach Jamie Latimer off of her personal best. Latimer also said that she hopes that the good feelings generated by her team’s performance will give them confidence with the state
tournament coming up. “I think it was very beneficial for the girls to run on the course they will visit again for regionals,” she said.
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Mason’s Peter Brandenburg (5) prepares to cross the ball during the Bulldogs’ 4-2 win at Haslett in the regular-season soccer finale on Oct. 5. Brandenburg’s cross led to Mason’s first goal in the win, which improved the Bulldogs to 14-1-3. For more details, see page 19.
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Children’s Church during message
MASON COMMUNITY CHURCH
1020 South Harrison Road, E. L.
9:30 & 11:00 a.m. every Sunday 6:30 p.m. every Saturday Worship Service and Sonquest (Children 3 yrs. & older) Nursery available too Steve Malson, Pastor
Phone: (517) 676-5322
Sunday Worship: 9:15 am LJ-0000862294-01
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA)
Rev. Donald Fry 623-6591 Church 623-6594 Parsonage
Sunday school - ages 2 yrs thru adults - 9:30 am Nursery available infants thru 2 yrs during Sunday School and Worship Service
Half Time Fellowship - 10:30 am Worship Service - 11:00 am Children’s Church - 11:00 am Wednesday Activities Prayer Gathering - 6:30pm, Choir Practice - 7:30pm
Youth Ministries Opportunities Available for 6-12 grades Pastoral Staff: Lead Pastor, Dan Bentz • Mark Anderson, Youth LJ-0000862292-01 Phone: 676-1376
5:45 pm Dinner, 6:30 pm Classes 7:00 pm Bell Choir Rehearsal 8:00 pm Chancel Choir Rehearsal
Mason Christian Child Care Center Monday – Friday 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. 517-676-6588
(Primary, Intermediate, & Juniors) Nursery provided
Dwayne Bagley, Pastor Erin Guthrie, Children’s Ministries Ruben Droscha, Music Ministries
FELLOWSHIP BIBLE CHURCH
(Expository teaching of God’s Word)
Sunday Evening: LJ-000086229101
Senior/Jr. High Youth Group Word of Life Club Donn Kenyon Pastor 676-9886 Jeff Haynes Associate Pastor 610-1978 LJ-0000862290-01
October 10, 2010
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Ingham County Community News
Mason Class of 1922 and Anchora, Part Deux T
he Mason High School Class of 1922 is continuing to be perused by yours truly. It’s easy to do so with a copy of its yearbook, the Anchora. Previously I touched on a few classmates with distinguished names, such as Gibbins Howlett. Now I’m on to other prey. Harold Paine, senior, nickname “Painey,” was a
“I appreciate the truth in advertising here. Note Pearson didn’t claim it did ‘all’ the cuts, just ‘most of them.’” — Me
Christie’s chronicles Christie Bleck
member of the football team from 1920-21 (don’t know what happened in ‘22), and the “M” Club, was involved with the junior play and last but not least was president of the Hot Lunch Club. Maybe this organization’s goal was to bring a monthly meal of hot stew/ hot dogs/hot soup to Mason High School. In my primary school years (first, second and third grades at a Catholic school), we had periodic hot lunches consisting of hot dogs and our condiments of choice. (I recall my preferred combo of mustard and on-
ions was met with some scoffing.) Anyway, hot lunches were a big deal, and this was in the 1960s, not the 1920s, so I can imagine the thrill of hot dogs being served back then. Back to the senior class. Alice Burgess, or “Burgy,” was another active student. Class president in 1919, was class treasurer the next year, secretary of the Portia Club in 1920-21, secretary of the Glee Club in 1921, editor-in-chief of the Anchora and a member of the school play. Alice also found time to be nicely coifed for her senior photograph, with a wavy hairstyle and tasteful necklace.
Where there’s a will... Members of the Class of ‘22 realized that the time was near when it
was to be “torn asunder and wishing to avoid all argument and obliterate all opportunities for dispute over our various possessions and treasures,” decided to publish its last will and testament.
Bequeathed items Here are a few bequeathed items: • Kenneth McCowan willed and bequeathed his football pants to Bobbie Bullen providing they fit. • Russell Brown gave all his “old girls” to Russell Hulse. He didn’t provide any details. • Future cross dresser? Lennagene Hazelton willed her hair ribbons to Fred Brown for neckties. • “Slim” Dean willed his surplus height to the appropriately named Ronald Smalley. • Phillips Cady passed on his right to be “an old
Sports brief Former Mason goalie MIAA Player of Week
October 10, 2010
Saving history for future generations Representatives of the Dart Foundation present a $1,000 check to the Mason Area Historical Society’s Capital Improvement Fund, which is established for future major replacements, repairs and improvements. This is part of the society’s long-range plan to preserve Mason’s history. Lorraine Simone and Shirley Beckman accept the check for the society from Supriya and Deborah Ide. Pictured are, from left: Simone, Beckman, Supriya and Ide.
OLIVET — Olivet College senior Ethan Felsing of Mason has earned Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Defensive Player of the Week honors in men’s soccer. Felsing had two outstanding games in goal for the Comets as they defeated Alma College, 3-1, Sept. 28. The team also played to a 0-0 tie at Calvin College on Oct. 2. Against Alma, Felsing contributed seven saves and assisted on a goal with a long punt down field. Against Calvin, Felsing collected outstanding eight saves, including several stops on breakaways from the attacking Alma offense For the season, Felsing has delivered six shutouts with a 0.73 goals against average and has made 49 saves for the Olvet soccer team.
bachelor” to Lourice Curtis. I hope she was understanding about this possible heartbreak.
Anchora advertising Local businesses were well represented in the 1922 yearbook. One was Pearson Studio of Mason. In big letters were the words “Mostly All,” followed by “of the cuts seen in this Anchora were made from photos taken at the” — and more big words “Pearson Studio.”
Appointments could be made by phone or studio. I appreciate the truth in advertising here. Note Pearson didn’t claim it did “all” the cuts, just “most of them.” I wonder if they coifed the well-groomed Alice Burgess. More 1922 Anchora news later. Christie Bleck is editor of the Ingham County Community News. She wonders what the folks at Pearson would have done with her thick mop of hair.
Judith Carol (Herrera) Gold P erry Judith Carol (Herrera) G old, age 66, died Saturd ay, October 2, 2010 in P erry, MI. S he was born May 18, 1944 in A nn A rbor, MI to Ivan Xanthe and Barbara June (Follic k) Monroe. Judy graduated f rom HanoverHorton High School (1963), then attended MSU and graduated with high honors (1975) h aving earned a Bachelor D egree in Education and A rts. S he was employ ed at the S tate of MI for 32 years, most recentl y at the D epartment of Corrections as a D epartment A nal yst-D esktop P ublis her. Judy lov ed to garden - her home was fea tured in the 2009 P erry Home & Gar den tour; was very active in her ch urch, lov ed to sing, pla y the organ and piano; h ad been active and an advocate for the local Right to Life organization. S he was very organized and lov ed being the f amily histo rian. S he was al so an avid reader. S he was preceded in death by her h usband, Jeffr ey G old; and brother , Gary Monroe. S urviving are her 2 daught ers, S h aron Monroe Herrera, Eliz abeth Monroe Herrera (Jon P hilips ); and one son, Bobby (Carrie) Herrera; and their f ather , Robert Herrera, Jr.; 4 grandchildr en, A vrie, S loa ne Herrera, Sav annah Herrera, and Zach ary P hilips; parents, Ivan X. and Barbara J. Monroe; brothers, Mich ael (S usan) Monroe, Dav id (El aine) Monroe; sisters, D eborah Jean, Linda (D onald) VanD enHeuvel; and many nieces and nephews. Funeral S ervices will be held 10:00 a.m. Friday, October 8, 2010 at Aurelius Baptist C h urch, 4419 W. Barnes Road, Mason, MI with the Rev. S tephen A ikin offic iating. Interment will folow in North A urelius Cemetery, A urelius Township. The f amily will receive f riends Th ursday f rom 24 and 6-8 p.m. at the G orsline Runciman Funeral Homes, 621 S . Jefferson, Mason, MI; and Friday at the ch urch one hour prior to the service. On-line condolenc es may be made at www.gorslinerun cimanmason.com
Sco tt A Ewing Sco tt A Ewing , 49, died suddenly S eptember l9, 2010. He was a life long resident of Mason. S urvived by wife, D ebbie (Clemons ), Mother A lic e Sch umacher , sister Pam, (Tom) S h aver, and brother S teven Ewing. and several nieces and nephews. S ervices h ave been held
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ANTIQ U E -C O LLE C TIB LE S HOW at the Jackson C o. Fairgrounds , 200 W. Ganson, Jackson, MI on October 29 & 30 (10am–5pm). Free Parking *Unique Antiques to Flea Market Finds *Food C oncession on S ite. Adm: $3 GARAGE (valid both d ays). Call 517- 71ST COMMUNITY SALE/ FLEA MARKET AT 784-775 0. THE MEGA MALL, SUNDAY MM OCTOBER 17TH 10-3. MUSI,C FOOD, AND TONS OF 43RD ANNUAL GEM JEW GREAT DEALS. NO ADMIS ELRY MINERAL SHOWSION CHARGE. VENDOR S ALE Oct. 16-17 10am-5pm P S AC E AVAILABLE, ANYCarte r Middle School, BODY CAN BE A VENDOR. Vienna Rd., C lio. Displays 15487 OLD 27, NORTH MOVING SALE C olonial & Demonstrations of the LANSING 517-487 -3275 Village, 2931 Boston Blvd., Lapida ry Arts, C hildr en’s WWW.THEMEGAMALL. NET Lansing. Fri.-Sat . Oct. 15A c t i v i t i e s . 16, 9am-5pm. Furniture, www.flintro ckandgem.or g misc. household items, PLYMOUTH CONGREGA tools, clothing. MARIJUANA FOR MEDI TIONAL CHURCH CAL USE! Michigan law al2001 E . Grand River Ave. lows people with certain (1 mile west of Frandor ) condit ions to qualify . We Lansing, MI. 517/484-9495. help Michigan residents, Housewares, f urniture, Live in Michigan? We can sporting goods , childr en’s help, clothing, toys, cribs, www.TheMed icalMarij uan books, DVDs, CDs & more! 330 BRONCO WAY Lansing. aClinic .com 517-78 7-1206, Lunch/Bake Sale Oct. 14, 15, 16, 9-4. Nic 616-947-1206, 734-667-5960 Frida y, Oct 15, 9 am-6 pm nacs, household, craf ts & MM Sat ., Oct 16, 9 am - noon supplies, some possible antique glassware, & misc. E verything 25¢ to $5.
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Field DELTA TWP. 1506 S . CANAL E ATE ST SALE 4415 S tillwell AKC REG. BEAGLES champion bloodlines , 2 feRD. Oct. 14-15, 8 a.m.-6p.m. Fri. Oct. 8 & 15, 9-5; Sat . males, 2 males, 1st shots, Lots of craf ty material, Oct. 9 & 16, 9-3. C hurchill born 8 /5. $200. Beagles picture f rames, lots of Downs subd. near Wainborn 8 /10, 1st shots, $125. good stuff. C leaning wright E lementary. C ouch6 yr old running fema le, house, getting rid of a lot es, d ressers, chairs, stove, $200. 517-391-82 8. of nice stuff. dinette set, TVs, much more! E verything must go! DEWITT- 216 BROOKSTONE AKC YORKIE TERRIER PU PC R . S pringbrook Lakes PIES some small, shots, S ub. E lementary teaching worming & nails clipped. supplies-all subjec ts, trade Call 517-726-0451. books Levels 2-8t h grade, containers, all clothing 50¢ AKITA-4 YR OLD spayed feto $5, shoes, misc. Oct. 13male with a sweet 14, 1:30 pm-6 p.m. tempermant, needs a patient, sensitive home. Call 517-669-6452. DEWITT Sat . Oct. 16, 9-4. 3403 S ilver S pring Dr., EMANUEL FIRST EVANGELI - AUSTRAILIAN SHEPHERD S pringbrook Hills S ubd., CAL Lutheran C hurch, 1001 PUPPIES Reg. Parents on Howe & Sch avey Rd. S evN. Capit ol Ave., Thurs., site, $400 & up. 616-891eral comforte rs, houseOct. 14 9am-6pm & Fri., 1058. hold items, beautifu l solOctober 15 9am-Noon. $1 id oak computer des k, a bag Frida y ONLY. BASSET HOUND - Male, 14 flor al wreaths, clothes, wks, AKC, S hots UTD, $300. bike rack & a lot more. PH (989)6 40-3671 or 2247299 GARAGE SALE Fri. Oct. 15 & Sat . Oct. 16, 9-4. Womens BEAGLE PUPS 4 litters, 4 & young womens clothes, wks. old & up. 1st shots & f urniture, household items, wormed. Great hunters/ books, & puzzles. If our pets. $1250-$200 Call 989signs are up, we are open. 560-6143. 7710 BE LL HW Y ., E ATON RAPIDS 482 8 7. BEAGLE PUPS - 5 wks. Great hunters. $75. 517-518-1201, GARAGE SALE Oct. 15, 9-5; GOLDEN RETREIVER Fowlerville area. Oct. 16, 9-3. Fishing equipFEMALE 1-5 yrs., spayed. ment, tools, toys, girls & BEAGLE PUP-S 8 weeks oldFor loving home. boys clothing, Little Tikes good hunting line. WestCall: 517-622-0635 8 &1 adjustable playphalia $100 ea. (989)6 40ground, & much more. 4436 13602 S . Grange Rd., Eagle.
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BICHON FRISE PUPPIES! GRAND LEDGE - 128 20 IroPerfec t f amily pet! quois Dr., Wed. & Thurs., No shedding or odor . OCTOBER 13 & 14, 8-5p.m. LARGE BREED Dog lost in K C C , Health guaranteed. Linens, collectibles, arMulliken area. Female, 9 517-663-2256 moire, Pepsi vending mayears old. Tan with purple chine, collectible toys and collar. Family dog missing BICHON- POM PUPS , 1 male, more!! since 9/24. Please phone 1 e f ma le. White. Read y to with any infor mation go! Pure Pom, male, $300 HUGE POLEBARN SALE Oct. (517)242-9812 to $450. 269-763-2102 14, 15 & 16. Mans sale, tools, tools, tools! HouseBICHON PUPS AKC Hypohold goods , antiques. 9amallergenic, nonshedding. 5pm. a C s h only 322 W. S t. C ottonballs. S hots/wormJoe Hwy., Grand Ledge. ed. Vet chkd. 989-463-46 8 6. LESLIE GARAGE SALE 2431 AKC BRITTANYS 12 weeks, PUPS Reg., champion bloodline, $500. BORDER COLLIE W. Olds Rd. Oct. 15-16, 9-5. 7 wks old, black & white, www.putnisf arms.com C lothing, Halloween cos$200. 517-852 -2030. 3 remaining. 989-83 9-5744 tumes, C hristmas dec or, toys, household items, BOSTON TERRIER PUP AKC PartyLite. AKC ENGLISH BULLDOGS beautifu l social girl, Vet White / Fawn, $1200. chkd., health guar., extra MASON PRESBYTERIAN ( 5 1 7 ) 8 9 6 - 0 4 0 3 nice. $350. 517-676-4091. CHURCH ANNUAL SALE ronbrayj firstname.lastname@example.org 131 E . Maple S t., Oct. 14, 95p.m. & Oct. 15, 9-1p.m. A AKC GERMAN SHEPHERD BOSTON TERRIER PUPS little bit of everything! puppies, 3 fema les, 1 EXCELLENT Q ualit y , $1/bag sale on Frida y. black, 2 sables, 7 wks, S hots, wormed. $300. shots & wormed, parents 517-580 -9420 MOM TO MOM SALE Sat . on site. $450 limited. 989Oct. 16, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Liber855-3662 ty C hurch, 12734 Georgia BOSTON TERRIER PUPSAve., Grand Ledge. $1 adm. purebred. (2) beautifu l 6 GERMAN SHEPHERD Bounce House for kids & AKC wk. old fema les. S hots, PUPS born 9/3/10, Vet concessions. Prize d rawwormed. Very social. chkd., parents on site, ings. C ontact info. 517-974$400. 517-487 -8704 $450. 517-908-0 171. 6249.
BARN SALE at Rooster Hill 2937 Kemler Rd Eat on Rapids Off M-50 west of Eat on BOUVIER 8 WEEKS, AKC Rapids toward C harlotte. YARD/GARAGE SALE Oct. AKC GERMAN SHEPHERD Registered, Dew claws, Follow sign at Kemler Rd. 14, 15 & 16, 9-7pm. C lothes, PU PS Hip, health guar. shots, $1000. (989)917 -0580 Antiques, primitives, counf urniture, electronics, air C hampion show lines. try craf ts,furniture, dis hes, condit ioner, much misc. $600. 989-205-9204. BOXER PUPPIES AKC, born vintage linens and early Parrot breeder cages, nest 9/7. Read y 10/23. 5 feperiod vintage clothing. boxes, bowls & more. 2678 AKC GOLDEN RETRIEVERS males, 4 males, f awn & S o many wonder f ul and N. Gunnell Rd., Eat on RapS hots, wormed, vet brindle, $500, now taking f un items. We also have ids . checked, parents on site. depos its. great MI made candles $500. Call 989-236-513 5 www.nobleboxers.webs.com or and seasonal items. This is Planning an Auction? 517-623-6859. the first of many S easonal Sales to come. Thurs Oct AKC MALAMU T S E BLAC K See SourceAds.com 14, Fri Oct 15 9:00- 5:30, AKC C hamor Red, 8 weeks, males, BOXER PUP,S or Call LCN Toll Free Sat Oct 16 9:00-1:00. Hope pion lines. Vet, checked, $550-750, limited registrato see you rain or shine – tails, dews. Read y to go. tion. (269)275-8766 877.475.SELL $500. 517-812 -2392 www.iqaluk.com The Putnam’s.
BOXERS AKC REGISTERED GOLDENDOODLE PUPPIES 7 puppies, 6 fema les. $400. wks. old, 3 males, 2 feCall 517-702-9573. males, shots & wormed, $400. Call 517-857 -2187 . BRITTANY SPANIEL LIVER & white, AKC, 7 mos., GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUP male, Field Line, all shots PIES, $250. Read y to go. current, $200. 989-224-7 921 Male & fema le. Also, C hihuahuas. 989-235-6 566. CHIHUAHUA PUPS 8 blue & tri colored. Read y to go to GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUP there new homes wormed PIES Light to d ark, 6 can be CK.C Call sarah weeks +, Good with chil$350-400 (517)455-6852 d ren, loveable, parents on site, pure bred, shots, CHIHUAHUA PUP-S VET wormed, 5 males and 3 fechecked, 1st shots, males. $300. (517)468-3 425 wormed. Purebred, 8 wks. candb miller@td s.net $300. 989-3 8 7-2211
NICE RE;SCUE CHINESE CRESTED POW- KITS/ CATS; www.trinityacresrescue.p D E R puff, fema le. POMetfinder .com; many deERANIAN male. S hots & clawed; incl.neuter/med. wormed.$300/e ach. $45- $135. (517)410-0074 989-620-4278. COCKAPOO PUPPIES KITTENS (5) 12 wks old. Read y now. S hots & S ome calico & other colwormed. $275-$325 cash. ors. $10/each. Call 517989-3 8 6-6927. 349-3136. COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES! KITTENS - Litter trained, 10 Good colors. 989-426- 38 66 wks, black & white, 6 or 989-2 46-0658 Karen. males & 1 fema le, $10. 517-626-6071. COCKER SPANIEL PUPS males, wormed, shots, parnets on site $200-250. (517)745-5689
DAC HS HU ND C ute Girl Puppy $300. Ad ult $250. Cas h only. Call 517-543-7024 or 517-541-6004. DACHSHUND MALE $300. Pomeranian males $250, fema les $350. Maltese female $800. All AKC puppies. 231-924-5090. DAUSCHUND PUPPIES S hort haired. 1st shots/ wormed. $300 each. 989584-6 192 no S un. calls
LASHA- SHI- TZU POOS MULTI browns, 15 weeks, loveable, parents on site, shots, vet checked, wormed, 2 males also have 2 Lasha/Maltipoo males $200.00. (517)223-9370
DOBERMAN PUPPIES 3 red fema les $350; 2 red males $300. Read y for good home MAINE COON kittens, pure616-225-2241. bred, pedigr eed, vet checked, lg. parents. Call ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPS 269-28 2-1091 AKC, 3 fema les, 1 male, 3 mos. S hots. $1,500/obo. CKC - S hots, 517-569-3744/517-87 9-6773. M A L T E S E wormed, vet checked. $300-$450. Call 517-507FEMALE PURE BRED S hih8 628 or 517-267-9665. tzu Brown & White, 7 Weeks Old, Parents on MINIATURE PINSCHER 1 f esite, $300. (956)648-52 11 male left , black & rust, wormed-s hots, $250/obo FRENCH BULLDOG PUG MIX 989-584-6 192 no S un. calls. $100 & F rench Bulldog Boston mix, $500. Call 517588-93 97. MINIATURE PINSCHER PUPS Differ ent ages. $100$250. 517-857 -3036. Cas h FRENCH BULLDOG PUPPIES only. UKC reg., 1 yr health contract, 1 white male, 1 brindle fema le, $1000 ea. 517- MINIATURE SCHNAUZER 852 -9979. PUP AKC, 18 wks., black, fema le, $550. 231-856 -4511. GERMAN SHEPHERD PUP PIES AKC reg., all shots. tri’s 1 fema le For more info. 517-575- PAPILLONS 2yrs old spayed & 1 male 2032. 1yr old neutered. $400 ea. or both o f r $700. (517)490GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS 6981 (517)490-6980 2males, 1 fema le. 7wks old. $200 (517)652-4455 PEMBROKE WELSH CORGI PUPPIES, AKC Reg. 8 wks. GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS old, UTD on shots & wormsome imported, $650+. ing. Call 517-507-2094. www.blackf orestk9kennels.com Call 810 -631-6185 POMERANIAN PUPPIES Ador able! Vet checked. MALTESE PUPS AKC Tiny, www.puppy-place.net www.portraitmaltese.com 517-974-0431 517-86 1-708 6
A AMISH LOG HEAD BOARD AND Q ueen Pillow Top Mattress S et. Brand new-never used, sell all for $275. 989-923-1278. MM
POMERANIAN PUPPIES HORSES FOR SALE, Lease. TWO white male,first Training, boarding & lesshots,wormed,w ill be sons also available. 517about 6 or 7 lbs grown. 507-2094. $400.00 (517)887-0517 POMERANIAN PUPPIES Will be small, asking $250-$350. Call 517-230-7894.
A BED QUEN PILLOWTOP mattress set, new in plastic, $200. Call 517-410-4921. Can deliv er.
POMERANIAN PUPS AKC, 1 blue merle male, $400; 1 black w/white markings, fema le, $300. Cas h only please. 989-248-4124. PUGGLE PUPPIES 7 wks old, 1st shots & wormed, small & loveable. $250. 989-427-3205. PUG PUP AKC reg., quality girl,Vet @ , f awn. Loves people, sweet, health guar. $300. 517-676-4091. PUG PUPPIES A K C , 1st shots, wormed. 18 wks. $250. Call 517-740-6725.
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WHEAT 85 bushels, year f rom certified. Hopewell. E levator cleaned. $9 bushel. 269-967-6967.
TEMPERPADIC/ STYLE MEMORY FOAM MATTRES SET Q ueen, newnever used, as seen on TV, with warranty. C ost $1,800, S ell $695. Can Deliver 989-832-2401. MM
LE ATHE R/S E C TIONAL S LE E PE R/RE C LINE R/C AS H $795 (517)541-8271
MOVING SALE 2 twin beds $40, d resser $40, hideabed $40, sound system $40, 13 cf f reezer $95, coffee table $45, 3 des ks $80. Total RAT TERRIER PUPPIES 9 $380. Please no Saturd ays. wks old, 1st shots & CHERRY, MAPLE, OAK 517-323-9707. wormed. $150. Call 989SEASONED FIREWOOD $70 584-6344. f ace cord, split, deliv ered I S MPLY BEAUTIFUL WOOD & stacked. 517-651-5214. ARD iron & glass dining set w/6 pad e d d chairs. FIREWOOD 20 FACE CORDS $400. 517-332-3161. Take all at: $30/per cord. 517-526-0724 ACKERSON FIREWOOD S easoned hard wood, $60 per f ace cord, deliv ered. 517-281-9383.
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MILE!S NO PIONEER POLE BUILDINGS - DRIVER- GREAT WANTED: UNWANTED TOUCH FREIGHT! No Free E stimates-Licensed appliances, air condit ionfor ced NE/ NYC! 6 months and Insured-2 x 6 Trussesers, cars, trucks, vans, OTR experience. No 45 Year Warranted f arm machinery, lawn felony/DUI last 5yrs. S olos Galvalume S teel-19 C olorsmowers, campers, hot wanted. New team pay S ince 1976#1 in water tanks, aluminum or packages! 877-740-6262. Michigan- a C ll Toda y 1steel boats, aluminum winwww.ptl-inc.com MC 800-292-0679. dows or doors, aluminum MC toppers, any types of aluminum or steel siding, METAL ROOFS, 4 wheelers, go carts, trail- HUSKY S tanding S eam, Metal ers, batteries. shingles/Tile, 18 colors, All picked up for Free. C ompany installers, MichiCall 517-628-2818 gan made. All energy star approved, f ree estimates. S ince 1975. 800-3802379MC
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LOWREY WALNUT CON SOLE Piano, & bench, 1965. Recently tuned. E xcellent cond. $425. 517-627-7554. SEYBOLD UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO 1917. $150 or best offer . Call 517-676-7107.
ALFALFA GRAS-S EXCELLENT Hay $4 & up. Can deliv er. 517-641-6034
Firewood PUG PUP-S SMALL $300. PUGGLE PUPS FAWN$250. 517-719-1199
Concert-Sports Tickets 4 MSU FOOTBALL tickets and parking pass. Illinois Oct. 16th; Minnesota, Nov. 6th; Purd ue, Nov.20th. $250 per game or best offer . E xcellent seats & parking pass. 517-202-2453.
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SHELTIE PUPPIES AKC, $350-$450. 989-681-2054 www.pets4you.com/pages/baker SHIH TZU PUPPY One male born 8/12/10, tri-color, first shots, mother on site. $400.00 Call 517-819-7479.
H I - W E E N I E S RE D/BLAC K&WHITE MARKINGS, 8 weeks, loveable, parents on site, shots, wormed, less sheding hypo-allegenic then normal d achshunds ,cute look like tedy d bears. $350.00. ( 5 1 7 ) 3 7 5 - 2 4 0 5 email@example.com STANDARD POODLE PUPS AKC, CK,C shots, Vet chkd., all papers. $425. 231-859-4154, 517-996-2114 TEDDY BEARS & MaltiPoo pups. Ador able, vet checked. $500. 517-404www.puppy-place.net 3045
WESTHIGHLAND TERRIERS 3 males, $500, mother & f ather on site. 1st shot & dew ormed, f amily raised. Read y Oct 15. 989-224-8138 YORKIE AKC ADORABLE! shots, vet checked, wormed, litter trained $500. (517)256-5208 YORKIE MALE AKC 12 wks. S hih Tzu Pups. Taking deposits. 517-589-8025.
YORKIE POO PUPPIES 7 wks., 1st shots, wormed. Little dolls ! $400. 989-427-3205
YORKIE PUPS $400 YORKI-Poos & Malte-Poos $300 & U p NonS hed ToyS ize S hots 989.225.1367 YORKIE PUPS AKC & UKC Males & fema les, $350$600. Also, Teri-Poos, males & fema les, $250$300. Call 231-825-2733. YORKIES TINY, SWET, vet checked. $500-$700. 517404-1028, 517-404-3045. www.puppy-place.net
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RUGER M77 MARK II S tainFIREWOOD! CUT, UNSPLIT, less, 308, w/scope, LeoDelivered, $60-80, 3-4 f ace pold Varix II 3x9x40, cord. 517-930-1102 leave $750/obo. Remington 870 message. BACKYARD STORAGE E xpress Magnum w/deer S HE DS Q uality material & & bird barrel, 12 ga., F I R E W O O D workmanship 989-834-2028 $350/obo. JC Higgins ModDE LIVE RE D/PIC KU Pel 60 12 ga auto., $250. 517Lansing & surrounding S FOR SALE 2 202-1157. areas. $70/$60 (517)627- CERAMIC kilns, approx. 3000 mold s , 4256 glassware. $2,000 or best WANTED: Gun reloading offer . Call 989-640-5141. equipment, old guns, bulFIREWOOD SEASONED lets, gun parts, more. H A R D W O O D - Read y to a C ll 517-623-0416 LARGE HE A VYDU T Y BLAC K burn in the C harlotte area. ROPER GAS DRYER, queen $55/f ace cord, 4’x8’x16". size sofa bed, walnut 2 You pick up. PLEASE, cash d rawer chest w/storage. only. 517-930-2153. $99 ea./obo. 517-886-1357 or 517-410-4020. RUBY’ S FIREWOOD 4X8X16, $65 f ace cord, hard wood. PIONEER POLE BUILD A AARDVARK ANTIQUER Call 517-391-0914. INGS Free E stimates. Lipaying cash o f r guns, censed and Insured. 2x6 jew lery, f urniture, art & A ES O S NED HARDWOOD Trusses. 45 Year Warrantunusual & bizarre items. $65 per f ace cord. ed Galvalume S teel. 19 col517-819-8700 16"X4’X8’. Free Delivery. ors. S ince 1976 #1 in MichVolume id s counts. igan. Call Toda y 1-800-292517-663-1006 ANTIQ E U BUYER paying 0679 cash for vintage artwork, MM SEASONED HARDWOODS f urniture, lamps, clocks, 4X8X16, $65 f ace cord. sterling silver items, musiAIRLINES ARE HIRING— ERECTED POLE BUILDING C hunks & logs. Call 517cal instruments, pottery, Train for high paying AviaS tanda le Lumber 505-1983. vintage radio & stereo tion Maintenance Car eer. 24’x32’x8’-$5999.00 equipment. Call John 517FAA approved program. Fi30’x40’x10’-$8999.00 S teel SEASONED SPLIT MIXED 886-9795. nancial aid if roof, doors included, 50 gsl HARDWOOD - Maple, Oak , qualified—H ousing availaother sizes available C omApple. $45/f ace cord + deble. Call Aviation Institute plete material packages CASH PAID DAILY livery. 517-819-8987. of Maintenance a v a i l a b l e for diabe tic test strips. 877-891-2281. www.stand alelumber.com $15 per 100 strips. SPECIAL DEAL on seasoned MM Call S tanda le Post Frame Ph. 517-292-0991 hard wood if r ewood $65 Buildings Toll Free 1-800f a c e cord. Guarantee 968-8201 CASH PAID DAILY price all winter! Offer AIRLINES ARE HIRING MM for diabe tic test strips. ends Oct. 31. Jeff 517-719Train for high paying Avia$15 per 100 strips. 1281; Car ol 517-507-7093. tion Car eer. FAA approved POLE BARNS Michigan’s Ph. 517-292-0991 chantlands email@example.com program. Financial aid if Largest Pole Barn C ompa20th year selling fir ewood! qualified - Job placement ny (Best Built Barns) Best CASH PAID FOR d iabetic assistance.. Call Aviation Q uality, Best S ervice, Best test strips. Most types up WOOD PELLETS FOR pellet Institute of Maintenance Price. This Week’s S pecials to $15 per box. Call 517stove. $189/ton (+ tax). (877) 891-2281. MC E rected 24’x24’x8’-$5495.00 505-2726 or 888-639-6179. 40lb bags available. S tored 24’x40’x10’-$7995.00 inside. Cas h. 517-623-6622 ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE 30’x40’x10’-$8995.00 f rom Home. *Medical, 30’x48’x12’-$10,995.00 *Business, *Paralegal, Licensed/ Insured 1-877*Accounting, *Cr iminal 802-9591 Justice. Job placement asMM sistance. C omputer availaDIABETIC TEST STRIPS ble. Financial Aid if qualiSTEL BUILDINGS: 5 Only WHIRLPOOL STAINLES WANTED Most Brands $5fied. Call 877-895-1828 16x20, 25x28, 30x36, 45x74, STEL refr igerator, 3 years 15 per box (517)712-6357 www.C enturaOnline.com 50x120. Must Move Now! old, excellent condit ion. MC S elling for Balance Owed! $400. 517-930-4594 S till C rated/ Free Delivery! WANTED TO BUY E states, antiques, books, LEARN TO OPERATE 1-800-211-9593 x105 epheria, toys, and more. C ranes-Dozers-Load ersMM 517-623-0416. National C ertificat ion- Tuition Assistance, Approved ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE for VA E d ucational Benef rom Home. *Medical, WANTED TO BUY older mofits. Red Rock C ollege, 280 MOM 2 MOM SALE at Scr ibtorcycles & snowmobiles, *Business, *Paralegal, Q uandrum, OKC, bles & Giggles 609 N. running & non-running *Accounting, *Cr iminal Okwww.heavy9.com 1-888Verlinden Ave Oct. 16th, condit ion. 810-394-2577. Justice. Job placement as798-0693 MC 9-12. 50+ tables. sistance. C omputer availawww.mom2momstore.com ble. Financial Aid if quali- YAMAHA SAXOPHONE INWEEN HIGH SCHOOL (517)482-1551 fied. Call 877-895-1828 TERMEDIATE or professio - BETAND C ollege? Over 18? www.C enturaOnline.com nal model, great shape, Drop that entry level posiMM mellow tone, 517-646-0477. tion. Ear n what you’re worth!!! Travel w/S uccessf ul young business Group. Paid Training. 66" CHINA CABINET, pine. Transportation, Lodging Beautifu l condit ion, glass provided. 1-877-646-5050 doors on top. $450. 989MC 292-4036 Selling an item Selling an item
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M1 GARAND Winchester action re barreled to 308 win. $800/best. AR15 Rifle H BAR match competition, 2 stage trigger, $850/best. 94 Winchester 30-30, made around 1956, $375/best. Ruger #1 in 30-06 w/Leupold 2-7 power, $700/best. Winchester model 70 fea therweight 270 Winchester cal. w/2-7 Leupold scope, $650/best. 517-648-6020
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FOR SALE - possible land contract. 3 bd rm., 2 bath, 3 car garage, 2 acres. $98,500. 989-277-0616
ROUND LAKE - LAKE ACCES. 4 BR, 4 baths, 2,000 sf, has separate apt., perfec t for d aycare or rental. New well. +/- 3/4 acre. $69,900, all offers consid ered. 828-226-9998 or 517290-2250, Mike.
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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 1-866-844-5091 MM NOW HIRING: C ompanies Desperately Need E mployees to Assemble Produ cts at Home. E lectronics, CD S tands , Hair Barrettes, Many More. No S elling, Any Hours. 1-985-646-1700 Dept. MI-1530
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1176 sf, 3br/1.5 bath ranch in excellent condition. Living room w/brick faced fireplace and formal dining area attached. Kitchen offers eating area, oak cabinets and appliances. Slider to deck and slightly wooded area, all situated on spacious corner lot with 2-car attached garage and numerous updates. Ask for Dale, 663.4500 Ross & Assoc. LJ-0000866773-01
Okemos CORNELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL subdiv ision. 2300 sq. f t., 4 bd rm., 2.5 bath. 2001 construction; upda ted in 2010. Priced for immedia te sale at: $189K. Realtors welcome. For appt. call: 517-202-6886,
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Produ ct E ngineer Melling Tool C ompany Melling Tool C ompany, a div ersified automotive OE and af ter-market manuf acturer is seeking a d ynamic and motivated Produ ct E ngineer to join our E ngineering Department. Q ualified candia d tes will have a Bachelor’s degr ee in Mechanical E ngineering and 2 to 5 years of experience in mechanical des ign. E xperience working with 2D and 3D modeling using UG, Pro/E or CATIA Prior program management experience is required. Must have strong analytical abilities, oral and written communication skills along with experience working with APQP. E xperience with automotive engines flu id systems is preferred. Melling offers its employees competitive wages and excellent benefits, including a 401-k, profit sharing plan, medical /dent al, life insurance, plus many others. Q ualified candia d tes please submit resume along with cover letter and salary history to: Melling Tool C ompany 2620 Sar ad an Drive P.O. Box 1188 Jackson, MI 49204 Attn: HR/ENG E mail : HR@Melling.com Fax:(517)787-5304
Melling Tool C ompany Melling Tool C ompany, a div ersified automotive OE and af ter-market manuf acturer is seeking a d ynamic, motivated indiv idu al to join our Purchasing Department. Minimum Requirements: µBachelor’s degr ee preferred & minimum 5 yrs. experience in component purchasing µE xperience with ERP S ystem, JDE preferred. µE xperience with MS Offic e Applications (E xcel, Word, etc) µS hop floor schedu ling experience µS upplier schedu ling experience, including expedit ing , order placement, dev elopment. µE xperience implementing and maintaining Kanban system µS trong analytical / problem solving skills µE xceptional communication skills, verball and written µMust be a self starter and f unction in a team oriented environment µDemonstrated cost savings as well as supplier strategy and management experience Position Responsibilities: µPreparing/entering work orders based on manuf acturing schedu les µOrder ing materials to support manuf acturing schedu les µTracking orders to ensure on time deliv ery µE xpedit ing orders when necessary to meet manuf acturing schedu le µPerfor ming cycle counts Melling offers its employees competitive wages and excellent benefits, including a 401-k, profit sharing plan, medical /dent al, life insurance, plus many others. Q ualified candida tes please submit resume along with cover letter and salary history to: Melling Tool C ompany 2620 Sar ad an Drive P.O. Box 1188 Jackson, MI 49204 Attn: HR/SB E mail: HR@Melling.com Fax:(517)787-5304
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WAVERLY/ WILLOW Large 2 bd rm, air, appliances, carpeting. Heat pd. $560 mo. Call 517-3519321 or 517-694-8988.
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RELOCATE YOUR HOME AND A S VE! U p to $8,500 in relocation E xpenses, PLUS Discounted S ite Rent. $199*/mo. o f r 3 yrs. Amenities Include: µ C lubhouse µ Play Area µ Well MaintainedGrounds µ C onvenient Location µ E xcellent School S ystem µ On-S ite Management Call TODAY! S un Homes at Kensington Meadows (888)-605-2237 *Annual market
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MUST SELL MANUFAC TURED HOME 3 bedr ooms, 2 f ull baths, all appliances, outside shed included. Will hold Land C ontract. $18,000 cash, $25,000 Land C ontract. 517-468-1664.
DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME in Bradent on, FL. Heated pool, all maintenance included. $12,500. Call 517-641-6317 for more infor mation.
LOT FOR sale at Deepda le Memorial Gardens . $500. Call 517-694-2049
NEAR - 1 bd rm available. Rent $525, $525 sec. + application fee. U tilities included. No pets. Call 517-675-5143, leave message.
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Apartments For Rent 1 OF THE AREAS NEWEST 3 & 4 bd rm. o f r immedi ate move in. Private entry, personal WD. CALL TODAY! 517-887-1000 ACCORD PROPERTIES S tudios , 1 & 2 Bd rms. Lansing /E . Lansing Area. 517-337-7900
Old Orchard Apts. Holts Best Value $100 moves you in! "0" application fee & "0" sec. depos it 1 or 2 bd rms Apts. Call us toda y! 517-694-8975 condit ions apply
FOR SALE BY OWNER $199,900.00 3 BR/3 bath house, 14’x 22’ screened back porch, finished basement w/laundry area, open design floor plan, double-sided gas log fireplace, loft space for office. 1 acre partially wooded lot, 24’ x 32’ 2-story storage barn w/9’ door. Electricity. Fenced backyard. Lawn irrigation system. St. Gerard/Waverly School District. Ph. 517-321-2670 for showing appt. LJ-0000867106-01
Beaconlake-apts.com DEER CREK MANOR IN WILLIAMSTON S tudio starting at $405 1 bd rm starting at $520 2 bd rm S tanda rd starting at $620 2 bd rm Deluxe starting at $720 2 bd rm Luxury starting at $790 Hurry, they are going f ast! Call C yndi 517-285-8343
1st Month Rent FREE when you sign a 12 mo. lease! Forest View Apts, Haslett * Immedia te Occupancy * C ozy 1 bd rm apts $560 * PET WELCOME * S ingle level bldg w/ private entries GRAND LEDGE * Washer/Dryer hook ups 2 bd rm. if r eplace, in utility room garage, central air, * Vaulted ceiling in living washer & d ryer, $750room $775. 517-282-9669 or * S torage access 517-349-8000 * Lovely wooded setting * C lose to everything Call toda y for info and tour! 517-349-2250 C ondit ions apply. HASLETT - 5705 Potter, near lake. Large 2 bd rm. 1.5 bath, fir eplace, central HASLETT- A EN R LAKE air. U tility room with 2 bd rm., $510. washer/d ryer hookup. No "0" Deposit! pets, $595/mo. incl. water. 517-337-1133 Call 517-372-8000 or 517www.phgrentals.com 349-8345
HOLT: 1 BE DROOM , $450 + depos it. Air. Free heat, water, trash pickup. C oin laundry. 1960 Aurelius Road. Busline. Applications, up f ront. ** 586-292-3681 **
KIWANIS VILLAGE A senior community 62 years of age or dis abled of any age. Located in Mason, MI is currently accepting application for 1 bedr oom apartments. U nits of barrier f ree des ign may also be available. For affor able housing starting at $417 Call 517676-6290 TDD # (800) 6493777
MASON 2 & 3 bd rm. fir eplace, central air, washer/ d ryer. $750-$900. 517-282-9669 517-349-8000
U pda ted lg. MASON--FREE HEAT! 1 & HASLT E T Lakefr ont o n GRAND LEDGE: 1200 sq. f t., 2 bd rm., + 2 bd rms, $99 S ecurity e d Lake Lansing w/doc k, bsmnt., laundry. 1.5 bath, 2 posit, Vouchers accepted, gazebo, beautifu l view. story. Garage, lg. kitchen S pacious 1,000 sq. f t. patio or dec k. Luxury 2 & bd rms,. w/balcony. Water/S ewer/Trash incl. bd rm w/ offic e, condo/ Fresh paint, newer carpet. Pet-fr iendly . 517-244-0672 apt. New maple kitchen, No big dogs . $750 + util. black/ stainless applian517-853-6307 ces, carpet, air. W/D. some MASON LARGE 3 bd rm., fir eplace & granite, No big o d w nstairs apt. Fireplace, dogs , incl lawn, trash,snow LARGE upda ted 2 dec k, basement. $800 + $895 to $975. 517-853-6307 MASON bd rm., 2 story + bsmnt. utilities. 694-1755 d ays, laundry hookup, carport, 676-9178 wkends . C ell 505HAS L T E T walk to Merid i a n i f r eplace. Patio w/ court5875 wkends & nights. Mall. Remodeled 2 bd rm. 1 yard. Newer carpet, applibath, walk-in closet in ances, laminante & paint. master, ground level. C ovTrash, lawn, major snow OKEMOS- CUT,E VERY PRIered parking, pool. $595 incl. No big dogs . Nice VATE, 1 bd rm., enclosed incl. heat, elect., water & area. $715 +. garage & dec k. U pgraded sewer. No pets/smoking. 517-853-6307. kitchen, bath & new wood 517-420-7049. flrs are brightened by skylight & open flr plan. Fireplace & automatic garage MASON: MOVE IN door opener a plus. Incl. S P E C I A L . 2 BR, 1 bath lower level storage and shared bsmt. with locked WD hookup. Lg. wooded storage/laund ry, air, fenlot. $785. 517-899-0417. ced backyard. $610 mo. BLUE WATER VILLAGE 517-230-3885,517-202-1781 Dimonda le, near GM Delta plant. New 2 & 3 bd rms, 2 PORTLAND APTS baths, starting at $700 Apply toda y... Move ToS T U HEAT S LANIS G N 3 & trash incl. all applian- O morrow! Fast Approval! bd rm., 2 baths, loft , air, ces, bsmt., pets welcome. a C ll 517-647-4910 for a tour bsmt., dec k, great neighCall 517-749-1714 or of your new home. Locatborhood . No pets. $755 + 517-372-6250 ed j ust minutes west of depos it. 517-393-8970. Lansing.
GRAND LEDGE LG 2 bd rm Townhouse, 1.5 bath, f ull bsmt, garage, $695+ utilities. Newly remodeled. 517-339-2486
WILLIAMSTON 2 BDRM., 1 bath, recently remod eled, 1 car garage, $675 mo. + utils. Call 517-2850575.
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$99 DEPOSIT S outh Lansing. Very clean 2 bedr ooms, new upgrades , $550/$580. 517-393-9307. AUTO OWNERS/ WAVERLY Lg. clean quiet deluxe 1&2 bd rms, f rom $525, no pets. Free heat. 517-7124915, 202-3234, 323-1153 BEECHFIELD E f f iciency thru 2 bedr oom, $325-$540. U tilities included. Taylor Realty 517-272-1512. COLONIAL VILLAGE AREA: 1 bedr oom Q uiet Area. No S moking, No Pets. Call 517-485-4300
IVAN WOODS 1 bd rm., FREE HEAT Active living for 55+. S tarting at $499 per mo. 517-323-2800
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CONCRET:E Only if you really want it done right. Ask your f riends and neighbors. 30+ yrs. experience. Call Don c S h roeder , 517-676-6809 Email the Lansing Community Newspapers 24/7 at: firstname.lastname@example.org
S pecializing in woven seat and back replacement. General wooden chair repairs, including stripping, refinis hing and regluing. Fair prices and timely work. Q uality service in the Lansing area since 1987. Call for infor mation and appointment. Holt.
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RESTORATION TRASH, BRUSH, APPL. haul- MASONRY Res/comm., historic. Reed Yard & build. clean up, pair brick, block & stone. trees & bushes trimmed. Fndn/ chimney repair/new. Low Prices! Mike 393-4664 Lic. & Ins. 517-647-5380
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C MPUTER O REVIVER: U pgrades , internet repair, virus, spyware removal, d ata rec. 30 d ay wrnty. E rik 517-484-6364. Housecalls.
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HASLETT SCHOOL District S mall, 3 bd rm, no pets or smoking. Q uiet area. No WD hookup. $575. 517-339-8674
HOLT 2 bd rm., $3,500. Little work needed. Financing available. 866-694-0821.
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Legals MORTGAGE SALE THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COL LECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY IN FORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Notice is hereby given that Defa ult has occurred in a Mortgage given by Mark P. Allen, a married man, and S heila D. Allen, his wife, mortgagors, to Independent Mortgage C ompany, mortgagee. The Mortgage is d ated October 2, 2008, and was recorded on October 15, 2008, in B: 3322 P: 723 of the Ingham C ounty record s. The balance owing on the Mortgage as of the d ate of this Notice is $198,258.14, including interest at 6.875% per year variable. The Mortgage contains a power of sale clause and no proceedings have been instituted to recover any part of the deb t owing. The Mortgage will be for eclosed by selling the property des cribed below at a public auction to the highest bidder . The sale will be held on Thursd ay, October 28, 2010, at 10:00 a.m. local time at the main entrance to the Veterans Memorial C ourthouse, 313 W. Kalamazoo, Lansing, Michigan, that being the place of holding C ircuit C ourt for Ingham C ounty, Michigan. The property will be sold to pay the amount then d ue on the Mortgage, including interest, legal costs, attorney fees and any taxes or insurance which may be paid by the mortgagee befor e the sale. The property to be sold is located in the Township of Delhi, C ounty of Ingham, Michigan and is des cribed as: A parcel of land in the SW 1/4 of S ection 29, T3N, R2W, Delhi Township, Ingham C ounty, Michigan, the surveyed bounda ry of said parcel des cribed as: C ommencing at the SW corner of said S ection; thence N 89°55’05" E along the S line of said S ection, 485.00 f t to the point of beginning of this des cription; thence N parallel with the W line of said S ection, 399.22 f t, thence N 89°54’12" E 210.16 f t, thence S 00°06’23" E parallel with the E line of the W half of the SW 1/4 of said S ection, 399.28 f t to said S line; thence S 89°55’05" W along said S line 210.90 f t to the point of beginning. commonly known as 5950 Harper Road, Holt, Michigan tax i.d. 3325-05-29-300-023 The redempt ion period will expire six (6) months af ter the d ate of the for eclosure sale, unless the property is det ermined abandoned under MCL 600.3241a, in which case the redempt ion period will expire 30 d ays af ter the d ate of the for eclosure sale, or when the time to provide notice under MCL 600.3241a(c) expires, whichever is later. SMITH, MARTIN, POWERS KNIER, P.C . Dated:
S eptember 15, 2010
By: Henry L. Knier, Jr. (P46393) Attorney for Independent Mortgage C ompany, Mortgagee 900 Washington Ave., P.O. Box 219 Bay C ity, MI 48707 - (989) 892-4574 ICCN-863048 9/26/10-10/3, 10, 17/10
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THIS NOTICE CONCERNS Mark K. S teele and Virginia L. S teele ("BORROWER" ) RE GARDING PROPERTY LOCATED AT 4842 Parman Road, S tockbridge, Michigan 49285. THE BORROWER HAS THE RIGHT TO RET SEUQ A MEETING WITH SBBANK 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 RET SEUQ S 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-8671 23 10/10/10 NOTICE
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FOSTER, SWIFT, COLLINS & SMITH, P.C . IS ATTEMPT ING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. PLEASE CONTACT OUR OF FICE AT THE NUMBER BE LOW IF MORTGAGOR IS IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. DEFAULT having been made in the condit ions of a certain Mortgage made on November 8, 2006, by Paul O. Bennett and Lisa Bennett, 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 November 21, 2006, in the offic e of the Register of Deeds for Ingham C ounty, Michigan, in Liber 3244, Page 1123; 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 E ight Thousand S ix Hundr ed Four and 60/100 Dollars ($108,604.60); 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, November 11, 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 MERIDIAN, COUNTY OF INGHAM, STATE OF MICHIGAN: C ommencing at a point 660 feet North and 1280 feet East of the West ¼ corner; thence North 75 feet; thence East 201.6 feet to the West line of S upervisor’s Plat of Tower Farms; thence S outh
s; 75 feet; thence West 201.6 feet to the point of beginning on the Northwest f ractional ¼ of S ection 6, Town 4 North, Range 1 West, Meridia n Township, Ingham C ounty, Michigan. C ommonly known as: 6313 Gossard Avenue, East Lansing, Michigan 48823. 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.
pe ys f rom the time of such sale.
Dated: October 4, 2010
Dated: October 4, 2010
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FOSTER, SWIFT, COLLINS & SMITH, P.C . IS ATTEMPT ING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOS.E & PLEASE CONTACT OUR OF FICE AT THE NUMBER BE LOW IF MORTGAGOR IS IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY.
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSI TY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION of East Lansing, Michigan, Mortgagee FOSTR E , SWIFT, COLLINS SMITH, P.C . Benja min J. Price Attorneys o f r Mortgagee 313 S . Washington S quare Lansing, MI 48933 (517) 371-8100
ICCN-8669 63 10/10, 17, 24, 31/10-11/7/10
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSI TY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION of East Lansing, Michigan, FOSTER, SWIFT, COLLINS & Mortgagee SMITH, P.C . IS ATTEMPT ING TO COLLECT A DEBT FOSTR E , SWIFT, COLLINS & AND ANY INFORMATION SMITH, P.C . OBTAINED WILL BE USED Benja min J. Price FOR THAT PURPOSE. Attorneys o f r Mortgagee PLEASE CONTACT OUR OF 313 S . Washington S quare FICE AT THE NUMBER BE Lansing, MI 48933 LOW IF MORTGAGOR IS IN (517) 371-8100 ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. ICCN-867029 DEFAULT having been made 10/10, 17, 24, 31/10-11/7/10 in the condit ions of a certain Mortgage made on December 6, 2004, by Kevin Fowlks, a single man, as Mortgagor, NOTICE OF MORTGAGE given by him to Michigan SALE S tate U niversity Feder al C redit U nion, of 600 East C rescent Road, East LanFOSTER, SWIFT, COLLINS & SMITH, P.C . IS ATTEMPT - sing, Michigan 48823, as Mortgagee, and recorded on ING TO COLLECT A DEBT December 15, 2004, in the of AND ANY INFORMATION fic e of the Register of Deeds OBTAINED WILL BE USED for Ingham C ounty, MichiFOR THAT PURPOSE. PLEASE CONTACT OUR OF - gan, in Liber 3143, Page 647; FICE AT THE NUMBER BE - on which Mortgage there is claimed to be d ue and unLOW IF MORTGAGOR IS IN paid, as of the d ate of this ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. Notice, the sum of S ixtyDEFAULT having been made E ight Thousand One Hunin the condit ions of a certain d red Ninety-Two and 14/100 Mortgage made on March Dollars ($68,192.14); and no 25, 2003, by Rawle I. Hol- suit or proceeding at law or lingsworth and Saleela Hol- in equity having been instilingsworth, husband and tuted to recover the deb t or wife, as Mortgagor, given by any part thereof secured by them to Michigan S tate U ni- said Mortgage, and the powversity Feder al C redit U nion, er of sale in said Mortgage of 600 East C rescent Road, having become operative by f ult; East Lansing, Michigan reason of such dea IS HEREBY GIVEN 48823, as Mortgagee, and NOTICE recorded on May 7, 2003, in that on Thursd ay, October the offic e of the Register of 28, 2010 at 10:00 o’clock in Deeds for Ingham C ounty, the for enoon, at the VeterMichigan, in Liber 3026, ans Memorial C ourthouse, Page 659; on which Mort- 313 W. Kalamazoo, Lansing, gage there is claimed to be Michigan, that being one of d ue and unpaid, as of the the places for holding the d ate of this Notice, the sum C ircuit C ourt for Ingham of E ighty-Nine Thousand C ounty, there will be offer ed Four Hundr ed Nine and for sale and sold to the high20/100 Dollars ($89,409.20); est bidder or bidders at puband no suit or proceeding at lic auction or venue for pursatisf ying the law or in equity having been poses of instituted to recover the amounts d ue and unpaid on Mortgage, together deb t or any part thereof se- said cured by said Mortgage, and with all allowable costs of the power of sale in said sale and includ able attorney Mortgage having become fees , the lands and premises operative by reason of such in said Mortgage mentioned and des cribed as follows: dea f ult; IN THE CITY OF NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN SITUATED COUNTY OF that on Thursd ay, November LANSING, OF MICHI 11, 2010 at 10:00 o’clock in INGHAM, STATE the for enoon, at the Veter- GAN: Lot 32, Just-A-Mere Farm ans Memorial C ourthouse, 313 W. Kalamazoo, Lansing, S ubdiv ision, C ity of Lansing, Michigan, that being one of Ingham C ounty, Michigan, the places for holding the according to the recorded in C ircuit C ourt for Ingham plat thereof, as recorded C ounty, there will be offer ed Liber 7 of Plats, Page 43, for sale and sold to the high- Ingham C ounty Record s. est bidder or bidders at pub- C ommonly known as: 927 E . lic auction or venue for pur- Willoughby, Lansing, Michiposes of satisf ying the gan 48911. amounts d ue and unpaid on The period within which the said Mortgage, together above premises may be reshall expire six (6) with all allowable costs of deemed sale and includ able attorney months f rom the d ate of fees , the lands and premises sale, unless det ermined abandoned in accord ance in said Mortgage mentioned with M.C .L.A. S ec. 600.3241a, and des cribed as follows: SITUATED IN THE TOWN- in which case the redemp tion period shall be 30 d ays SHIP OF MERIDIAN, COUNTY OF INGHAM, STATE OF f rom the time of such sale. MICHIGAN: Lot No. 3, Trails at Lake Dated: S eptember 20, 2010 Lansing S ubdiv ision No. 1, a UNIVERSI subdiv ision of part of the MICHIGAN STATE CREDIT UNION S outheast ¼ of S ection 2, TY FEDERAL Town 4 North, Range 1 West, of East Lansing, Michigan, Meridia n Township, Ingham Mortgagee C ounty, Michigan, according E , SWIFT, COLLINS & to the recorded plat thereof, FOSTR as recorded in Liber 40 of SMITH, P.C . Plats, Pages 42, 43 and 44, Benja min J. Price Attorneys o f r Mortgagee Ingham C ounty Record s. C ommonly known as: 1222 313 S . Washington S quare Woodw ind Trails, Haslett, Lansing, MI 48933 (517) 371-8100 Michigan 48840. The period within which the above premises may be re- ICCN-863189 deemed shall expire six (6) 9/26/10-10/3, 10, 17, 24/10 months f rom the d ate of sale, unless det ermined Email the Lansing Community abandoned in accord ance with M.C .L.A. S ec. 600.3241a, Newspapers 24/7 at: in which case the redemp firstname.lastname@example.org tion period shall be 30 d ays
DEFAULT having been made in the condit ions of a certain Mortgage made on October 29, 1998, by E ugene M. S tokes and Jane E . S tokes, husband and wife, as Mortgagor, given by them to Michigan S tate U niversity Fed eral C redit U nion, of 600 East C rescent Road, East Lansing, Michigan 48823, as Mortgagee, and recorded on November 5, 1998, in the of fic e of the Register of Deeds for Ingham C ounty, Michigan, in Liber 2677, Page 975; on which Mortgage there is claimed to be d ue and unpaid, as of the d ate of this Notice, the sum of S eventyThree Thousand Five Hund red S eventy-Nine and 44/100 Dollars ($73,579.44); 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, October 28, 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: Beginning at a point 640.2 feet S outh and 1,115.9 feet East of the Northwest corner of the Northeast ¼ of S ection 36, Town 3 North, Range 2 West, Delhi Township, Ingham C ounty, Michigan, thence East 360.01 feet to the centerline of Highway US-127, thence Northwesterly along said centerline 359.6 feet , thence S outh 22 degr ees 07 minutes West 262 feet to the place of beginning. C ommonly known as: 929 North C eda r S treet, Mason, Michigan 48854 Tax Parcel No.: 33-25-05-36201-005 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.
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FOSTER, SWIFT, COLLINS & SMITH, P.C . IS ATTEMPT ING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. PLEASE CONTACT OUR OF FICE AT THE NUMBER BE LOW IF MORTGAGOR IS IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. DEFAULT having been made in the condit ions of a certain Mortgage made on S eptember 21, 2005, by Jane M. Nelson, a single woman, as Mortgagor, given by her 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 October 3, 2005, in the offic e of the Register of Deeds for Ingham C ounty, Michigan, in Liber 3187, Page 125; on which Mortgage there is claimed to be d ue and unpaid, as of the d ate of this Notice, the sum of E ightyNine Thousand Two Hund red E ighty-E ight and 55/100 Dollars ($89,288.55); 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, October 28, 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 10 and East 1 foot of Lot 11, S onnybrook, C ity of Lansing, Ingham C ounty, Michigan, according to the recorded plat thereof, as recorded in Liber 10 of Plats, Page 36. C ommonly known as: 2517 East Cav anaugh, Lansing, Michigan 48910. 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. Dated: S eptember 9, 2010 MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSI TY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION of East Lansing, Michigan, Mortgagee
FOSTR E , SWIFT, COLLINS & SMITH, P.C . Benja min J. Price Attorneys o f r Mortgagee Dated: S eptember 16, 2010 313 S . Washington S quare MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSI - Lansing, MI 48933 (517) 371-8100 TY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION of East Lansing, Michigan, ICCN-863182 Mortgagee 9/26/10-10/3, 10, 17, 24/10 FOSTR E , SWIFT, COLLINS & SMITH, P.C . NOTICE OF MORTGAGE Benja min J. Price SALE Attorneys o f r Mortgagee 313 S . Washington S quare Lansing, MI 48933 FOSTER, SWIFT, COLLINS & (517) 371-8100 SMITH, P.C . IS ATTEMPT ING TO COLLECT A DEBT ICCN-863187 AND ANY INFORMATION 9/26/10-10/3, 10, 17, 24/10 OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. PLEASE CONTACT OUR OF FICE AT THE NUMBER BE LOW IF A MEMBER OR MANAGER OF MORTGAGOR IS IN ACTIVE MILITARY DU TY.
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DEFAULT having been made in the condit ions of a certain Mortgage made on August 7, 2008, by WHITE FAMILY PROPERTIES, LLC, a Michigan limited liability company, as Mortgagor, given by it to MASON STATE
y BANK, whose addr ess is 322 S . Jefferson, P.O. Box 130, Mason, Michigan 48854, as Mortgagee, and recorded on August 15, 2008, in Liber 3316, Page 1107, 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 Two Hundr ed Twelve Thousand E ighty-S even and 06/100 Dollars ($212,087.06); 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, October 21, 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: LAND SITUATED IN THE TOWNSHIP OF MERIDIAN, COUNTY OF INGHAM, MICH IGAN, DESCRIBED AS: PROPOSED WHITEHILLS LAKES SOUTH NO. 2: a subdiv ision of part of the S outhwest quarter of S ection 4 and the S outheast quarter of S ection 5, Town 4 North, Range 1 West, Meridia n Township, Ingham C ounty, Michigan, e d s cribed as: C ommencing at the East quarter corner of said S ection 5; thence S outh 00 degrees 37 minutes 36 seconds East along the East line of said S ection 5 a dista nce of 920.35 feet to the S outh line of WHITEHILLS LAKES NO. 6 as recorded in Liber 53 of Plats, Pages 41 through 54, inclusive, Ingham C ounty Record s; thence North 89 degr ees 38 minutes 34 seconds East (recorded as S outh 89 degr ees 39 minutes 04 seconds West) along said S outh line 50.00 feet to the West line of The C ove at Whitehills Lake, as recorded in Ingham C ounty C ondominium S ubdiv ision Plan No. 151, Liber 3072, Page 246, Ingham C ounty Record s; thence S outh 00 degr ees 37 minutes 36 seconds East along said West line 646.71 feet to the Point of Beginning of this des cription; thence S outh 00 degr ees 37 minutes 36 seconds East continuing along said West line 103.29 feet; thence S outh 89 degr ees 39 minutes 04 seconds West 50.00 feet to the East line of said S ection 5; thence S outh 00 degrees 37 minutes 36 seconds East along said East line 704.85 feet; thence S outh 89 degr ees 22 minutes 24 seconds West 128.28 feet; thence North 61 degr ees 24 minutes 59 seconds West 141.30 feet; thence S outh 28 degr ees 35 minutes 01 seconds West 164.79 feet; thence S outh 01 degr ees 00 minutes 33 seconds East 192.35 feet to the S outh line of said S ection 5; thence North 89 degr ees 50 minutes 03 seconds West along said S outh line 185.04 feet; thence North 01 degr ees 00 minutes 33 seconds West 534.69 feet; thence S outh 84 degr ees 55 minutes 25 seconds West 104.00 feet; thence North 00 degr ees 15 minutes 39 seconds East 40.45 feet; thence North 13 degr ees 23 minutes 47 seconds West 151.69 feet; thence S outh 88 degr ees 59 minutes 46 seconds West 142.45 feet; thence North 11 degr ees 09 minutes 26 seconds West 276.73 e f et to the S outh line of Whitehills Lakes S outh as recorded in Liher 57 of Plats, Pages 36 through 40, inclusive, Ingham C ounty Record s; thence along said S outh line the follow ing fiv e courses: North 88 degr ees 51 minutes 00 seconds East 155.71 feet , North 79 degr ees 46 minutes
deg 05 seconds East 362.54 feet , S outh 73 degr ees 49 minutes 45 seconds East 141.49 feet , North 48 degr ees 27 minutes 40 seconds East 113.96 feet and S outh 87 degr ees 24 minutes 47 seconds East 164.48 feet to the Point of Beginning. AND A parcel of land in the S outheast quarter of S ection 5, and in the S outhwest quarter of S ection 4, Town 4 North, Range 1 West, Meridia n Township, Ingham C ounty, Michigan, the bound ary of said parcel des cribed as: C ommencing at the S outheast corner of said S ection 5; thence North 89 degr ees 50 minutes 03 seconds West along the S outh line of said S ection 5 a dis tance of 202.23 e f et to the Point of Beginning of this des cription; thence North 89 degr ees 50 minutes 03 seconds West continuing along said S outh line 128.55 feet; thence North 01 degr ees 00 minutes 33 seconds West 192.35 feet; thence North 28 degr ees 35 minutes 01 seconds East 164.79 feet; thence S outh 61 degr ees 24 minutes 59 seconds East 141.30 feet; thence North 89 degr ees 22 minutes 24 seconds East 128.28 feet to the East line of said S ection 5; thence S outh 00 degr ees 37 minutes 36 seconds East along said East line 151.36 feet; thence S outh 59 degrees 10 minutes 57 seconds West 233.94 feet to the Point of Beginning. Property Tax Numbers: 3302-02-05-476-005, 33-02-0205-476-006, 33-02-02-05-476007, 33-02-02-05-476-008, 3302-02-05-476-009, and 33-0202-05-426-007. The period within which the above premises may be redeemed shall expire one (1) year f rom the d ate of sale.
ty, f r sale and sold to the higho est 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: LAND SITUATED IN THE TOWNSHIP OF MERIDIAN, COUNTY OF INGHAM, MICH IGAN, DESCRIBED AS: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13, S outh Ridge Park West and S outh Ridge Park East, all being in Whitehills Lakes S outh, as set forth in Liber 57 of Plats, Page 36. Property Tax Numbers: 3302-02-05-428-021, 33-02-0205-430-003, 33-02-02-05-478001 (Lot 1), 33-02-02-05-478002 (Lot 2), 33-02-02-05-478003 (Lot 3), 33-02-02-05-478004 (Lot 4), 33-02-02-05-478005 (Lot 5), 33-02-02-05-478006 (Lot 6), 33-02-02-05-478007 (Lot 7), 33-02-02-05-477006 (Lot 8), 33-02-02-05-477005 (Lot 9), 33-02-02-05-477004 (Lot 10), 33-02-02-05477-003 (Lot 11), 33-02-0205-477-002 (Lot 12) and 3302-02-05-477-001 (Lot 13). The period within which the above premises may be redeemed shall expire one (1) year f rom the d ate of sale. Dated: S eptember 14, 2010 MASON STATE BANK of Mason, Michigan, Mortgagee FOSTR E , SWIFT, COLLINS & SMITH, P.C . Benja min J. Price Attorneys o f r Mortgagee 313 S . Washington S quare Lansing, MI 48933 (517) 371-8253 ICCN-860773 9/19, 26/10-10/3, 10, 17/10
Dated: S eptember 14, 2010 MASON STATE BANK of Mason, Michigan, Mortgagee
OF MORTGAGE SALE
FOSTR E , SWIFT, COLLINS & WHEREAS, dea f ult has SMITH, P.C . been made in the terms and Benja min J. Price condit ions of a certain mortAttorneys o f r Mortgagee gage made by Robert M. 313 S . Washington S quare S tarlin, a single man MortLansing, MI 48933 gagor, to Benchmark Mort(517) 371-8253 gage C orporation a Michigan corporation, Mortgagee, ICCN-860774 d ated the 20th d ay of No9/19, 26/10-10/3, 10, 17/10 vember, A.D., 2003, and recorded in the Offic e of the NOTICE OF MORTGAGE Register of Deeds for the SALE C ounty of Ingham and S tate of Michigan, on the 18th d ay of December, A.D., 2003, as FOSTER, SWIFT, COLLINS & doc ument 2003-107669, SMITH, P.C . IS ATTEMPT - which said mortgage was ING TO COLLECT A DEBT thereaf ter on, to wit: the 1st AND ANY INFORMATION d ay of January, A.D., 2005, OBTAINED WILL BE USED assigned to the AmeriHome FOR THAT PURPOSE. Mortgage C orporation, a PLEASE CONTACT OUR OF - Michigan corporation, and FICE AT THE NUMBER BE - said assignment was reLOW IF A PARTNER OF corded on the 5th d ay of MORTGAGOR IS IN ACTIVE January, 2005, in the Offic e MILITARY DUTY. of the Register of Deeds for said C ounty of Ingham as DEFAULT having been doc ument 2005-000750, and made in the condit ions of a WHEREAS, the amount certain Mortgage made on claimed to be d ue on said July 28, 2005, by SOUTH mortgage as of the d ate of WHITEHILLS LIMITED PART- this notice is the sum of NERSHIP, a Michigan limited Twenty-fiv e thousand two partnership, as Mortgagor, hundr ed sixty-one and given by it to MASON STATE 31/100 o d lla rs ($25,261.31) BANK, whose addr ess is 322 for principal and interest S . Jefferson, P.O. Box 130, and, Mason, Michigan 48854, as WHEREAS, no suit or proMortgagee, and recorded on ceedings at law or in equity August 12, 2005, in Liber have been instituted to re3178, Page 432, Ingham cover the deb t secured by C ounty Record s, as partially said mortgage or any part dis charged in Liber 3316, thereof, and dea f ult having Page 1105, on which Mort- been made whereby the gage there is claimed to be power of sale contained in d ue and unpaid, as of the said mortgage has become d ate of this Notice, the sum operative. of One Million One Hundr ed NOW THEREFORE, by virE ighty-Three and One Hun- tue of the power of sale cond red S eventy-S ix and 15/100 tained in said mortgage and Dollars ($1,183,176.15); and pursuant to the statute of no suit or proceeding at law the S tate of Michigan in or in equity having been in- such case made and provid stituted to recover the deb t ed, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVor any part thereof secured EN that on THURSDAY the by said Mortgage, and the 28th d ay of OCTOBER, 2010, power of sale in said Mort- at 10:00 o’clock in the for egage having become opera- noon, local time, said morttive by reason of such de- gage will be for eclosed at a f ault; sale at public auction to the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN highest bidder at the first that on Thursd ay, October floor of the C ounty C ourt21, 2010 at 10:00 o’clock in house, dow ntown Mason, the for enoon, at the Veter- C ounty of Ingham and S tate ans Memorial C ourthouse, of Michigan (that being the 313 W. Kalamazoo, Lansing, place of holding C ircuit Michigan, that being one of C ourt in said C ounty), of the the places for holding the premises des cribed in said C ircuit C ourt for Ingham mortgage, or so much thereC ounty, there will be offer ed of as may be necessary to
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y ry pay the amount d ue, as afor esaid, on said mortgage with the interest thereon at six and one half percent (6.5%) per annum and all legal costs, charges and expenses, including the attorney fee allowed by law, and also any sums which may be paid by the undersigned, necessary to protect its interest in the premises. The premises des cribed in said mortgage are as fol lows: Property situated in the C ity of Lansing, C ounty of Ingham, S tate of Michigan, to wit: Lot numbers 145 and 146 of N orth Highland S ubdiv ision, in the C ity of Lansing, Ingham C ounty, Michigan, according to the recorded plat thereof as recorded in liber 6 of plats, page 14, Ingham C ounty Record s C ommonly known as: 1123 Ontario S t., Lansing, MI Parcel N o. 33-01-01-08-256001 The redempt ion period shall be 6 months f rom the d ate of such sale, unless determined abandoned in accord ance with MCL 600.3241a in which case the redempt ion period shall be 30 d ays f rom the d ate of such sale, or upon the expiration of the notice required by MCL 600.3241a(c), whichever is later. Dated: S eptember 19, 2010. AmeriHome Mortgage C orporation, assignee of mortgage.
48503 Telephone: (810) 238-4030 THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE IC-CN 86 1109 9/19, 26/10-10/3, 10/10 STATE OF MICHIGAN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FAMILY DIVISION INGHAM COUNTY PUBLICATION PETITION
CASE NO 70576-1-NA O N 10-1406-NA
TO: LLOYD SANDERS, Father of the Minor IN THE MATTER OF: KRISTOPHER SANDER,S MINOR A hearing regarding The Petition #10-1406 of Aaron Kenda ll, MDHS- PSW will be condu cted by the court on Monda y, October 25, 2010 at 9:00 a.m. in COURTROOM 4, VETERANS MEMORIAL COURTHOUSE, 313 W Kalamazoo S treet, 2nd floor , Lansing, MI 48933 befor e JUDGE JANELLE A LAWLES. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that Lloyd Sanders, Father of the Minor personally appear befor e the court at the time and place stated above. This hearing may result in the termination of your parental rights.
STATE OF MICHIGAN PROBATE COURT COUNTY OF INGHAM NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedent’s E state FILE NO. 2010-857-DE E state of Bruce Austin, Deceased Date of birth: 2-241954 TO ALL R C D E ITORS: * NOTICE TO CREDITORS: The dec edent , Bruce Austin who lived at 6262 Haag Road, Lansing, Michigan 489811 died 6-26-2010 C redit ors of the dec edent are notified that all claims against the estate will be for ever barred unless presented to Naomi Austin, named personal representative or proposed personal representative, or to both the probate court at 313 W. Kalamazoo S treet, Lansing, MI 48933 and the named/ proposed personal representative within 4 months af ter the d ate of publication of this notice. Rose M Dasaro P44416 15530 Middleb elt Road Livonia, MI 48154 734-525-2353 N omi Austin a 2426 Winifr ed Avenue Wyoming, MI 49519 616-531-3830 IC-CN 86731 10/10/10
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DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP N otice of Public Hearing 2011 Proposed Budget The Delhi C harter Township Board will hold a public hearing on the proposed 2011 Township Budgets for the General Fund and S pecial Revenue Funds in the C ommunity S ervices C enter Multipurpose Room located at 2074 Aurelius Road, Holt, MI on Tuesd ay, October 19, 2010 at 8:00 p.m. The property tax millage rates proposed to be levied to support the proposed budgets will be a subjec t of this Hearing. The proposed 2011 budget doc uments are available at the Township C lerk’s Offic e for public examination. Indiv idu als with dis abilities requiring auxiliary aids or services should contact the Delhi Township C lerk.
VEVAY TOWNSHIP BOARD OF TRUSTES 780 S . E den Road Mason, MI 48854 S ynopsis of Proposed Minutes Regular Meeting of 10/4/2010 Members present: Weesies, S herwood, S haw, Ruttan Approved agenda . Approved S ept. 9, 2010 minutes Received Treasurer’s Report on f und balances Approved dis bursements in the amount of $49,908.08. Received misc. correspondenc e. Received S eptember Zoning Report Approved N ew Door for Township Garage Approved payment to Attorney Fahey Approved C ourt Action against Paul S mith Approved Farm Land and Open S pace Preservation application for Launstein Ronald J. Weesies, S upervisor *next regular meeting - Thursd ay N ovember 4, 2010 ICCN-8678
DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP C ommunity S ervices C enter 2074 Aurelius Rd., Holt, MI 48842 (517) 694-2135 NOTICE
The C ity of Mason is currently consider ing a Rental Registration Program to require resident ial rental units to be registered, subjec t to inspection and meet minimum housing standa rd s. Befor e the C ity moves forwa rd with creating an ordina nce, we would like to hear some valuable input f rom landlor d s owning rental property within the C ity. The C ity will welcome comments and suggestions and invites you to attend an infor mal meeting at C ity Hall, located at 201 West Ash S treet in Mason, on Wednes d ay, October 20th at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in the training room on the second floor of C ity Hall and light refr eshments will be provided. For more infor mation contact David Haywood at (517) 6769155. David Haywood Zoning & Development Director
S helly Heaviland Aurelius Township C lerk
CITY OF MASON N otice of Public Meeting - Rental Registration Program
N otice is hereby given that the Public Accuracy Test for the N ovember 2, 2010 General E lection has been schedu led for Tuesd ay, October 19, 2010 at 10:30 a.m. in the Aurelius Township Hall, 1939 S . Aurelius Road, Mason, Michigan. The Public Accuracy Test is condu cted to det ermine that the program and the computer being used to tabulate the results of the election, counts the votes in the manner prescribed by the law.
H C ARLES A. FORREST, JR. Attorney for AmeriHome Mortgage C orporation IC-NC 867332 703 E . C ourt S t., Flint, MI HC/N 10/10/10
OF ZONING ORDINANCE ADOPTION ZONING ORDINANCE NO. 619 Zoning Cas e N o. 10-865
E fec tive October 17, 2010, the Delhi C harter Township Zoning Ordina nce N o. 39 is amended to provide: An Amendment to the Zoning Ordina nce to re-zone, f rom the A-1, Agricultural to C -1, Low Impact C ommercial zoning id s trict, property e d s cribed as: Parcel ID # #33-25-05-13-376-002 Legal Description: BEG AT SW COR OF E 12 A OF S 1/2 OF SE 1/4 OF SW 1/4, TH N 20 RDS, TH E 8 RDS, TH S 20 RDS, TH W 8 RDS TO BEG, EXC S 50 FT THF, SW 1/4 OF SEC 13, T3NR2 W which includes the follow ing street addr ess: 3818 Holt Road The amended zoning ordina nce text may be purchased or inspected at the Delhi C harter Township C ommunity S ervices C enter, 2074 Aurelius Road, Holt, Michigan 48842 d uring regular business hours, Monda y through Frida y f rom 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. E van Hope, C lerk Delhi C harter Township HCN/
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October 10, 2010
> Encore - Exercise class for those who have recently had physical or occupational therapy, are overweight, have diabetes, and others. Mondays 5:30-6:30pm, $25 for six classes.
> Fitness/Wellness Center Membership - Join one of the friendliest and most comfortable clubs in the area, welcoming members of all shapes, sizes and ages. Starting at just $39! > Fit-Yoga (Now FREE to ALL wellness members!) - Beneficial for balance, flexibility, back strength and improved posture. Mon/Fri 10am + Wed 4:45pm. > Flu Vaccinations - Being vaccinated is one of the best ways to prevent the flu this year. Available this fall. > Get It Straight: Posture Revealed (FREE for members) - Learn valuable tips for improved posture and injury prevention from our certified personal trainers. 10/7 from 6-7pm, $8 for non-members. > Indoor Cycling – New! - Improve your cardiovascular ability and muscular strength, and maximize your caloric expenditure! Eight-week session, $25 members, $75 non-members. > Injury Prevention / Sports Massage Isometric exercises, PNF stretches and other modalities will get you exercising pain and injury free. 10/23 from 10am-12pm, $20 members, $25 non-members.
> New Generation – Weight Management, ages 8-14 - A combination of nutrition education, physical activity and behavioral change strategies. Six-week program starts 9/21. > Pathfinder - Set your path toward better health by eating right and loving it. Mon. or Wed. sessions, $99 complete course. > Pilates - Combines muscle strengthening and lengthening to develop the core of the body and restore muscle balance. Eight-week session $64 members, $80 non-members. > Urinary Incontinence - One-hour presentation covering the different types of incontinence, prevalence, treatment options, and symptoms. 10/26 from 6-7pm, FREE. > Weight Management – FREE Informational Session - Learn about all the HGB programs designed to help you lose weight and keep it off. Every Wednesday at 5pm. > Zumba (FREE for members) - A dance fitness program that feels more like a party than a workout. Tue/Thurs 6am + Wed 9:15am, $8 non-members.
For more information or to register for any of the above programs, please call the health and wellness division of HGB at 517-543-9575.