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September 19, 2010
Medical marijuana issue still on hold By KEN PALMER email@example.com
Remembering 9/11 Dozens of people gather at Williamston City Hall on Sept. 11 to mark the ninth anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks. Police and fire personnel stood at attention as Mayor Michelle Van Wert and police and fire officials noted the sacrifices made by those who died in the attacks. A Pierce rescue truck used at Ground Zero in 2001 was parked in front of City Hall during the ceremony. The fire department has owned the truck for several years.
WILLIAMSTON — Like their counterparts in other communities, city leaders are still wrestling with how to go about regulating certain types of medical marijuana operations, if at all. And for now, at least, they aren’t ready to pass a moratorium on those types of businesses while they figure it all out. On Sept. 13, a measure to place a sixmonth moratorium on medical pot-related businesses fell one vote short of passage. With two members absent, the City Council voted 3-2 in favor of the measure. Four votes were needed to pass it. Council members Randy Pail, Tim Grossman and Scott VanAllsburg voted in favor of the measure. Councilmen John Pratt and Andy Simmons were opposed. Mayor Michelle Van Wert and Mayor
Pro Tem Michael Moody were absent. The moratorium had already been through one reading and was up for final adoption at the Sept. 13 meeting. The issue could only be reconsidered if one of the opposing parties moves to do so, city officials said. A special meeting was tentatively set for Monday, Sept. 20, apparently for that reason. Many communities have struggled with how to regulate medical marijuana operations since Michigan voters passed the medical marijuana law two years ago. Some communities have adopted moratoriums on certain types of businesses while they decide how to proceed. The moratoriums do not prevent individual users or registered primary caregivers from exercising their rights under the law.
‘Officer Jeff ’ nominated for Hero Award By KEN PALMER firstname.lastname@example.org
WILLIAMSTON — To the students, he’s “Officer Jeff,” the easygoing policeman who teaches them about safety. Never mind that he’s a sergeant. “I tell them they don’t have to call me sergeant,” Williamston police Sgt. Jeff Hull said. “Officer Jeff is fine. “It’s easier to remember.” Whatever you call him, Hull is a hero to at least Sgt. Jeff Hull some in the community for his work
with students in the Williamston Community Schools and his dedication to public service. On Sept. 11, he was among 16 first responders to be nominated at the Ingham County Healthcare Foundation’s 2010 TriCounty Hero Award ceremony at the Country Club of Lansing. Ingham County Deputy Jim Cousino, the community policing officer in Webberville, also was nominated. The foundation honored local first responders and members of the military on the ninth anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The patriotic ceremony included the Stars & Stripes Forever concert featuring Lee Greenwood. Hull was not among the three first responders picked for the awards, who re-
ceived $2,500 checks to be used to buy equipment for their departments. But he and the other nominees were called up on stage and individually recognized for their work in the community. “Out of all the people who work in fire, EMS and police services in the tri-county area, it was an honor just to be nominated,” Hull said. A 30-year member of the city police force, Hull has run the department’s Police & Kids program for the past decade. He goes into the schools every month and talks with students about safety on the bus, the playground and with strangers. “Too many times, the kids see police in a different light,” Hull said. “This way, we can explain why we do what we do. “It lets them know we’re out there to
help them, that we’re their allies.” Sandra Bowden-Whelton, who helped start the Cops & Kids” program about 16 years ago, said Hull is a hit with his young studies. “Those kids love him,” she said. “They call him ‘Officer Jeff.’ “Some of the kids he worked with in the beginning are big now, and they still call him ‘Officer Jeff.” Hull was nominated for his contributions to the community in many areas, some of which nobody sees, she said. “We were delighted that Sgt. Hull was nominated for this award,” Police Chief Bob Young said. “His heart is in the Williamston community and he’s given so much to the community over the years. “We’re very proud of him.”
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parade route set Williamston High School homecoming festivities will begin at St. Mary’s Catholic Church on High Street at 6 p.m. Oct. 10. The parade will continue down Grand River Avenue and finish at the high school football stadium on Mechanic Street. Organizations who wish to participate in the parade can find an application at www.gowcs.net/schools/ high/calendar.html. Applications need to be completed by Oct. 1. Parade participants need to meet in St. Mary’s Church parking lot by 5:30 p.m. on parade day.
FFA to hold farm toy show Sept. 25 Farm toys and displays along with a children’s pedal tractor pull will fill the Webberville High School Spartan Center on Sept. 25, when Webberville FFA and FFA Alumni host the second annual farm toy show. The show, also sponsored by JC Models and MnP Farm Toys, is the venue to more than 70 tables with vendors from around the region. The toy show runs from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. and costs $3 for those 12 and over; 11 and under is free.
Business networking lunch to be held Sept. 23 The business networking lunch of the Williamston Area Chamber of Commerce will be held at 11: 30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 23 at the Brookshire Inn and Golf Club, 205 W. Church St., Williamston. Speaker will be Chris Holman of The Greater Lansing Business Monthly. Sponsor is Estate Planning & Preservation, Inc. Cost: $10/member, $15/others, includes lunch. RSVP at (517) 655-1549, email@example.com, www.williamston.org.
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Nature Center, 3998 Van Atta Road, in Meridian Township, at 3 p.m. SunThe first annual Recycle Rama day, Oct. 10. The fee for the program will be held from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Sat- is $3/person. Ccontact (517) 349-3866 urday, Sept. 25 at 5303 S. Cedar, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Lansing. Items accepted for free include unwanted medication, elec- Church to present tronics (computers, televisions, cell ‘Evan Almighty’ Sept. 18 phones, vhs/dvd players, coffee makWebberville United Methodist ers, vacuum cleaners, etc.), books, clothing/shoes, appliances, Church, 4215 E. Holt Road, Webberdehumidifiers/ room air conditioners, ville, presents an outdoor movie starscrap metal, bicycles, compact fluo- ring “Evan Almighty” on Sept. 18, with rescent bulbs, mercury thermostats/ a gathering at 7 p.m. and the movie thermometers, household fats/oil/ beginning at 7:30 p.m. or dusk. All grease. Items accepted for a small are welcome. Popcorn and water will fee include microwaves, stereos and be provided. In case of rain, the movcopy machines. For more informa- ie will be shown inside. Call (517) tion, call (517) 887-4400 or check 521-3631 with questions. www.lansingrecycles.com.
CROP Hunger Walk to be held Oct. 10
Take a bird watching walk at HNC Oct. 10 Learn to use binoculars, find out simple techniques for identifying common birds and take a bird watching walk with a naturalist at the Harris
The Knights of Columbus will hold a soccer challenge open to all children of the community Sunday, Sept. 19 from 12:30-2:30 p.m. (rain date Sept. 26) at the Williamston High School practice field. Boys and girls ages 10-14 who win move on to regional level competition. For more information or to register, call Roger Gargano at (517) 655-1587.
The 2010 East Ingham CROP Hunger Walk (formerly known as the Williamston/Webberville Crop Hunger Walk) will be held on Sunday, Oct. 10. Onsite registration begins at 1:30
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p.m. at the Williamston United Methodist Church, with the kick off at 2 p.m. There will also be a food drive. Food can be dropped off the day of the walk or at Wood & Sons Corn Bin, LLC anytime before. Interested walkers should sign up with the participating churches, check to see if your church or local service organization has a recruiter, if not, recruiters are needed. Call Bill or Janice Wheeler, (517) 521-1112; John Bollman, (517) 655-4782 or Toni Talbot at (517) 655-1476 for more information.
FFA Kicks off 52nd Annual Chicken barbecue Tickets to the 52nd Annual FFA Chicken Barbecue are now on sale. They are available through FFA members, FFA Alumni and at the Webberville High School office for $7. The annual event is hosted by the Webberville FFA Chapter and FFA Alumni from noon-3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 26 at the Leroy Township Fire Hall on the corner of Elm and Walnut in
The Williamston Firefighters Association is hosting a pancake breakfast/ open house on Saturday, Oct. 9, at the fire station, 1296 W. Grand River Ave. The menu for the breakfast, set for 8-11:30 a.m., includes eggs, sausage, hash browns, orange juice, milk and coffee. The cost is $6 for adults, $4 for kids under 12 and $20 for families. An open house will be from 8 a.m.-1 p.m., with tours and equipment demonstrations.
Legion taking orders for engraved bricks The American Legion Post in Williamston is now taking orders for commemorative engraved bricks for the Veteran’s Memorial in the Park. Oct. 1 is the deadline for this year’s order period. The patio placed 4x8 bricks are for past and present veterans only, at a cost of $75. To request an order form, call Bob Hanna at (517) 655-6636 or write to: American Legion, PO Box 125, Williamston, MI 48895.
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Library calendar Children • LEGO Club (ages 5-10), Thursday, Oct. 7, Oct. 21, 3-4:30 p.m. Drop by the library to build brick creations with your friends. Adults • Hands-on Instructional Quilting Series, Saturday, Oct. 2, Oct. 9, 10 a.m.-noon. Have you always wanted to quilt, but didn’t know how to get started? Feel overwhelmed by the details? This is your chance to get hands-on instruction in the art of quilting. A basic knowledge of sewing is required. The first class will cover supplies and basic quilting methods. Participants will bring their own supplies to subsequent sessions. Call the library at (517) 521-3643 with questions. • Oct. 5: Stitchin’ Time Drop-in Needle Arts Group, 6 p.m. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert,
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Williamston Library Teens • Teen Tuesday, Oct. 12, 19, 4 p.m. Oct. 12: Read the book? Now watch “To Kill a Mockingbird.” Refreshments provided. Oct 19: Play Wii. Refreshments provided. — From the Capital Area District Library
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The suspect said he took the spray because “I’m broke and request a show-cause hearing on the matter, which she and I have no money,” and that he gave it to his girlfriend, had already done. A hearing was set for last week. the officer said in his report. The man agreed to return to the store to answer ques- City helps on fight call WILLIAMSTON — City police recovered a stolen can of body spray after the thief was captured on a store’s secu- tions, and the officer was able to retrieve the stolen item City police assisted the Ingham County Sheriff’s Office from the girlfriend. rity video. with a reported fight at a location on East Grand River AvAn officer was sent to the D&W store on West Grand enue in Leroy Township on Sept. 14. River on Sept. 8 for a theft that occurred about 20 minutes Police called for PPO violation A witness at the scene said two males and a female earlier, police reports said. A city resident called police on Sept. 10 to complain were fighting and that one of the males had a carrying a The officer recognized a male suspect from the video, that her estranged husband was contacting her and hack- concealed weapon (CCW) permit and was wearing a holwent to his home and asked him when he planned to re- ing into her online accounts, even though she had a per- stered gun. turn the can of Old Spice body spray he had stolen from the sonal protection order against him. The combatants had already scattered, and the man store. The responding officer suggested she contact the court with the gun had left in a vehicle, a police report said.
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Tamina. Snacks will be provided, so bring all your friends! Scrabble Club for Adults meets at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23. The Adult Book Discussion group reconvenes at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 28. Local mystery author Richard Baldwin will be a featured speaker. Some of Baldwin’s works include “Murder at the Ingham County Fair,” “A Fi-
Don’t miss all the fall fun at the Webberville Library! We have exciting events for all ages coming up this week. The Stitchin’ Time Drop-in Knitting Group meets at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 21. For anyone interested in knitting or crocheting in good company, this is the group for you. You don’t have to be an expert to enjoy yourself — beginners are always welcome. Preschool Storytime is at 10:15 a.m. Wednesday, Library Sept. 22. Storytime is the perfect opportunity to intronotes duce your toddler or preschool age child to the joys Julie of books and the library. Chrisinske Children will enjoy stories, fingerplays and a craft during this relaxed and fun program. Teen Time for students in grades 7-12 is Wednesday, Sept. 22 after school until 5 p.m. We will show a newly released epic action-adventure, based on a video game and set in the mystical lands of Persia. The film stars Jake Gyllenhaal as Prince Dastan and Gemma Arterton as Princess
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Janeen and Jason Wagner of Webberville announce the birth of their daughter Kylee Elizabeth. She was born July 2 the at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and weighed 7 pounds 15.5 ounces. Grandparents are John and Marsha Swain of Williamston, Marlene and Greg Freelan of Fowlerville; Great-grandparents are Bill and Alice Lott of WebberElena Cleland and Eric ville.
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Letters to the editor Why I am voting “No” on the property tax increase to fund road patrols: • From “The Office Of Sheriff” by Sheriff Tom Edmonds (Ret.): “Some county boards of commissioners seek to curtail or eliminate their sheriff’s peacekeeping activities, noting full time road patrols to be a ‘non-mandatory’ function. In some cases they have sought to do so by attempting to direct the sheriff to layoff officers and curtail specific functions, a clearly unconstitutional approach.” The Ingham County Board of Commissioners has cut 18 of 34 deputies in the past two years. For $2 million, more than we paid two years ago, we get half of these deputies back. This doesn’t sound like an equitable exchange. As a 45-year resident of Wheatfield Township, the road patrols have provided little, if anything, for me. I am definitely against any type of township force. The sheriff is required by law to: • Enforce county ordinances and state laws throughout the county (Op. Atty. Gen. 1976 No. 4966). • Exercise reasonable diligence to keep abreast of county areas inadequately policed, including limited vigilance, monitoring criminal activity or unusual conditions in the county (Brownstown Township v Wayne County, 68 Mich. App 244, 1976). • Respond professionally to calls for assistance from the citizenry (Brownstown Township v Wayne County,
Supra.). • Perform duties recognized by the Common Law as well as statutory duties (Brownstown Township v Wayne County, Supra.). • Monitoring, reporting and disposition of stolen and abandoned motor vehicles (MCLA 257.2529 257.253). • Recovery of stolen property, safekeeping of evidence and sale of unclaimed recovered stolen property (MCLA 434.171, 434.172S 434.173). • Sec. 51.76 (2) Each sheriff’s department shall provide the following services within the county in which it is established and shall be the law enforcement agency primarily responsible for that county: except for those portions of the county primary roads and county local roads within the boundaries of a city or village; and on those portions of any other highway or road within the boundaries of a county park within that county: • Patrolling and monitoring traffic violations. • Enforcing the criminal laws of this state, violations of which are observed by or brought to the attention of the sheriff’s department while providing the patrolling and monitoring required by this subsection. • Investigating accidents involving motor vehicles. • Providing emergency assistance to persons on or near a highway or road patrolled and monitored as required by this subsection. The preceding are only a few of the many laws that govern the duties of sheriff. Don Rathbun Wheatfield Township
Appreciates support In September every year, the Williamston Lions Club starts its new year and as the current president, I thank all of you for your support over the last 30-plus years that I have been here in Williamston as a Lions member. The 2010 food and beverage tent was a very exciting week. Our overall sales were down a few thousand dollars and our profit was down, but we did have a great four days and nights in June. We served 1,780 steak sandwiches, 1,410 hamburgers, more than 400 chicken sandwiches, 540 Polish dogs and close to 1,000 hot dogs. We continue to give away thousands of dollars to our community and to the residents that have special needs. We support many sport teams and give scholarships every year at the Williamston High School. We sell Christmas wreaths every year and will take orders soon. We are always looking for new members to join us in our quest to serve our community. We meet at 7 p.m. on the first Tuesday of the month at the St. Mary’s Hall. Everyone is welcome to join us for dinner. I also thank Kris Horstman for all her hard work and many hours at being our president for the last two years. Our current board includes Vice President Lesley Burns, Secretary Lynn Pitlanish and Treasurer Bob Burns. Howard Dahlstrom President Williamston Lions Club
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HEALTH Dr. Aajay Shah Friends and Family CPR classes, Mid-Michigan Heart Group, 2134 Hampton Place, Okemos, call for times and classes, ongoing. Classes held Mondays through Thursdays 11 a.m. and 5:30 pm. Call to register. Info: 347-3000. Cost: $25. PATH, Personal Action Toward Health Workshop, Sparrow Professional Building, 1200 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 6-8:30 p.m. Thursdays, Sept. 23-Nov. 4. Personal Action Toward Health is a free six session workshop, 2.5 hours per session, for people with ongoing health conditions or their caregivers. The class provides ways to take control of the ongoing health condition through problem solving and action plans. Topics covered include distraction, exercise, nutrition, relaxation and pain management. A snack is provided. Registration required and after second session new participants are not accepted. Call 699-1864 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Info: 699-1864. Saturday Sports Medicine and Athletic Injury Clinic, Ingham Regional Orthopedic Hospital, 2727 S. Pennsylvania Ave., Lansing, 9-11 a.m. Saturdays. A walk-in sports injury clinic staffed by mid-Michigan sports medicine physicians and certified athletic trainers. Call (517) 351-7815 for more information weekdays or (517) 975-8500 Saturday mornings. Info: 351-7815. Title XV Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program, Ingham County Health Department, 5303 S. Cedar St., Lansing, ongoing. Women, take care of yourselves. The Ingham County Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program offers no cost screenings to women ages 50-64, who do not have HMO insurance or Medicare B and meet income guidelines. The screening may include mammogram, pelvic exam, clinical breast exam, Pap test, and follow-up care. For more information and to see if you qualify for this program, please call 887-4364. Info: . Cost: free to eligible women.
Fall Watercolor Classes for Serious Beginners, Studio Fax: (517) 543-3677 215, 107 S. Putnam St., Williamston, Mail: 239 S. Cochran Ave. 6:30-8:30 p.m. Sept. 23. Learn Charlotte, MI 48813 watercolor techniques as you paint FESTIVALS on trees as they appear in lovely ART GALLERIES fall landscapes, colorful leaves and Fowlerville Family Fall Fest, Fowlerville Fairgrounds, Art Exhibit “Dancing with evergreens on Christmas cards. 8800 Grand River Ave., Fowlerville, the Darks” , Studio 215, Instructor: Anita Saviko, six-week Swap meet/flea market 9 a.m.-5 107 S. Putnam St., Williamston, 11 class, for ages 16 and older, p.m. Sept. 18 and 9 a.m.-4 p.m. a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays, 4-8 p.m. first list of supplies provided. Some Sept. 19. Fun for all members Fridays or by appointment, Sept. drawing skill helpful. Small class of the family. Tentative events 11-Oct. 23. Exhibit of watercolors size.Classes available for include carnival rides, tractor pull, and acrylics by Anita Saviko. Call or intermediate-advance students. antique cars, steam engines, ice e-mail: email@example.com. Info: Call or e-mail cream social featuring melon ice 256-8335. Cost: Free . firstname.lastname@example.org. Info: cream. Historical Village with 256-8335. Cost: $120 for six weeks. Photography and painting village passports for all children, exhibit, Gracie’s Place, 151 S. Good Form Walking Clinic, petting zoo. Community picnic Putnam St., Williamston, business Playmakers Athletic Footwear, on Sunday. Visit website for a hours, through September. Works 2299 W. Grand River Ave., Okemos, detailed schedule of events. Info: by photographers Melinda Pope 6-7:15 p.m. Mondays. Participants 5174754290, and Rodney Ray and painter CJ will gain the necessary tools to www.fowlervilllefamiyfair.com. Ray. Info: 256-8335, be able to walk easier, faster Cost: $3 per person, free for 12 and www.secondmondayartists.com. and injury-free. Open to all. Space younger. " is limited. Call or go online for more information and to register. FOOD AND DRINK AUTO EVENTS Info: 349-3803, Fall 2010 Visiting Chef Horsepower at the Zoo, www.goodformrunning.com. " Series: Myles Anton, Potter Park Zoo, 1301 S. Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center, Hand Dying and Printing Pennsylvania Ave., Lansing, 55 S. Harrison Road, East Lansing, on Fabric, Bloom, 118 W. 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Sept. 19. See 7 p.m. Sept. 22-23. Featuring Chef Grand River Ave., Williamston, 7-8 cool classic cars, antique autos and Myles Anton of the Trattoria Stella p.m. Sept. 13 and 20. Participants vintage hot rods while strolling the Restaurant in Traverse City, along will create two samples in this park grounds, all for the price of with Winemaker Bryan Ulbrich of two-session class using the parking. Admission to the zoo is not Left Foot Charley Winery, also combined method of surface included. If you’d like to compete in Traverse City. The first night design. Instructor: Wendy Shaft of for trophies, car registration is features a lecture and Limner Press. Info: 655-6800. Cost: $15 at the gate and includes demonstration of a multi-course $30 includes material and supplies. two passes to the zoo. Info: meal. Samples of each course will , www.potterparkzoo.org/ Irish Dance Classes, be served along with two wine node/131. Cost: parking fee is $2 Stoneking Irish Step-Dancing, Holt, or beer pairings to accompany the residents and $4 for non-residents. MI, 2573 Winterberry Road, Holt, food. The following night, guests classes start Aug. 4, run through will enjoy a different four-course CALL FOR December. The class is offered to meal prepared by the chef and Call for Vendors for Fall children ages 5-13 and does not served with additional wine or Craft Show, St. Mary Church, require any prior experience. This beer pairings. Call or go online 203 High St., Williamston, ongoing. is an informal dance group that for more information and to RSVP. Call Vicki Pulling at 214-7570 or performs in parades and festivals. Info: 432-5049, Mike Pitlanish at 349-3178 to All proceeds benefit Capital Area www.stateroomrestaurant.com. reserve space. Show is 9 a.m.-3 Big Brothers Big Sisters. The Cost: $60 per person cooking p.m. Nov. 6 and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. classes are fun, laid-back and a demonstration, $75 for dinner with Nov. 7 in the Activity Center. Info: way for kids of all backgrounds the chef. 655-2520. to learn about the Irish heritage. Students can join at anytime. There GOLF CLASSES is room for six more dancers. Call Cristo Rey Community 488-9915 or e-mail EPO Childbirth Class, Center Fifth Annual Golf email@example.com for Greater Lansing Area, ongoing. Outing, Brookshire Inn and Golf information. Info: 488-9915. Cost: Expectant Parents Organization: Club, 205 W. Church St., $10 per class, $5 for Big Brothers Labor & Delivery and Newborn Williamston, Sept. 24. Four-person Big Sisters members. Care and Feeding Combo Series best ball includes 10 a.m. shotgun for first-time parents are held One-on-one Phonicsstart, 18 holes of golf, cart, in several Lansing/East Lansing based Reading breakfast items beginning at 8:30 locations. Other classes available HOLIDAY Instruction, Academic a.m., lunch at the turn, hole-in-one include eLearning, Breastfeeding Bestmaze Corn Maze & Achievement Reading Clinic, 843 contest, dinner, silent auction and class, Parents Expecting Multiples, Trail of Terror, Bestmaze Meech Road, Williamston, Sept. 19. door prizes. Proceeds to benefit Refresher Series, Teen Series and Corn Maze, 3803 Noble Road, Students are taught all 44 sounds Cristo Rey Family Health Clinic. Call Sibling class. Classes are held Williamston, 6-10 p.m. Fridays, 1-10 of the English language, the the Center or go online to register. weekday evenings and Saturdays. p.m. Saturdays and 1-9 p.m. phonetic rules that govern sounds Info: 372-4700, www.cristo-rey.org. 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cash accepted. Under-the-sea themed maze this year. See website for more details. Concessions available. Info: 521-BEST, www.bestmaze.com. Cost: $7 per person, $20 for three, $25 for four, $30 for five; family and group discounts available.
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. Family attractions earlier in the day and haunted attractions from dusk until midnight. See web site for weekly themes and dress up for the occasion. Info: www.boneyardfx.com.
LIBRARIES Adult Book Discussion Group , Capital Area District Library Williamston Branch, 175 E. Grand River Ave., Williamston, 1 p.m. Sept. 21. “The Lace Reader” by Brunonia Barry. Info: 655-1191, www.cadl.org. Preschool & Up Storytime, Capital Area District Library Okemos Branch, 4321 Okemos Road, Okemos, 4:30 p.m. Tuesdays. Stories, songs and crafts for ages 3 and older. Info: 347-2021, www.cadl.org. " Preschool Storytime, Capital Area District Library Williamston Branch, 175 E. Grand River Ave., Williamston, 10:30 a.m. Sept. 22. Stories, music and crafts for ages 3-5. Info: 655-1191, www.cadl.org. Teen Tuesday, Capital Area District Library Williamston Branch, 201 School St., Williamston, 4 p.m. Tuesdays Sept. 14 and 21. Cool down in the events room, where
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RECYCLING Ingham County Household Hazardous Waste Collection, Ingham County Household Hazardous Waste Collection, 5303 S. Cedar St., Lansing, 2-6 p.m. Thursdays, until the end of September. Free collection for all Ingham County residents. Items accepted include oil based paint, lawn and garden care products, household cleaners, fluorescent lights, unwanted medication, automotive products, gasoline, mercury and more. Do not bring latex paint, waste oil, antifreeze, electronics, or grill size propane tanks. Info: 887-4521. Recycle Rama, Ingham County Human Services Facility, 5303 S. Cedar, Lansing, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 25. Open to all Ingham County residents. Items taken free of charge include computers, laptops, cell phones, TVs, books, clothing, shoes, unwanted medications, appliances, scrap metal, bicycles, mercury, compact fluorescent bulbs, and more. Items taken for a charge include microwaves, copy machines, stereos, printers and scanners. Info: 483-4400, www.lansingrecycles.com.
SENIORS Lunches, Williamston Area Senior Center, 201 School St., Williamston, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Lunches served Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Please call for reservations. Info: 655-5173. Mail and Phone Fraud Program, Williamston Area Senior Center, 201 School St., Williamston, 12:30 p.m. Sept. 23. Info: 655-5173.
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with decorative metal “snow birds,” and exterior walls cut from blocks of Indiana limestone. Inside, features preserved from the original home’s design include brick paved floors and baseboards, along with EAST LANSING — The Greater Lansing Housing Coali- bathroom walls and a fireplace decorated with rare Michition’s Home Tour has finally succeeded in living up to the gan-made Pewabic tiles. ‘Greater Lansing” portion of its name. “I’m thrilled to be helping out the Greater Lansing HousThis year’s edition set for Sunday, Sept. 26 will take ing Coalition. I think it’s a wonderful program, and we’re place in the Glencairn neighborhood. happy to help with that,” homeowner Deb Atkinson said. The 15th annual tour is the first ever in East Lansing. GLHC program manager Amy Rose Wallace-Robinson Draper home said the home tour committee has been talking about movThe Draper home, built in 1937 and named “Top O’ The ing into different areas for the past several years. “We needed to have a connecting point in that neighbor- Hill,” is a recreation of an 18th century center hall Irish manor home. hood to help organize and talk about the tour,” she said. A slate entry and red oak flooring with an intricately deThat someone is GLHC executive director Katherine Draper, whose Cowley Avenue home will be one of five fea- tailed spiral staircase and living room mantelpiece continue the American colonial tradition on the home’s interior. tured residences on the tour. The copper beech tree which canopies the drive was Also featured is the Atkinson home at 1230 W. Grand River, the McCoy home at 926 Wildwood, the Sheets/Amiss planted at the time of construction and remains one of the home at 1141 Southlawn and the McKeague home at 627 N. most magnificent examples of this species in the Lansing Harrison. All five homes are within a comfortable walking area. Visitors should also note the rear servant’s stairs and the his-and-hers master suite configuration. or short driving distance. The Atkinson home, built in 1929, is a distinctive cut stone manor house. The Atkinsons have spent more than Sheets-Amiss home The Sheets/Amiss home was formerly the residence of 18 years working on the house, including two major addinoted screenwriter Jim Cash, a Michigan State University tions and one major renovation tackled annually. Unique features of the home include a natural slate roof graduate and former MSU professor who died at age 59 in
College news Davenport University Davenport University has announced that several local students have been named to the Dean’s List for the summer 2010 semester. To achieve the Dean’s List, a student must maintain a minimum 3.5 grade point average while enrolled in at least nine credits of regular coursework. The following students have been named to the Dean’s List at Davenport University: Gregory Bieri, Brian Peterson and Shaun Prince, all of Mason.
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Spring Arbor University announced students from the area who were granted bachelor’s or master’s degrees during commencement exercises on May 15. The following area students graduated: Kathleen Demaray, Rodney Lane, Betsy Streeter and Louann Simon, all of Mason; Malynn Hannewald and Aaron Grenier, both of Stockbridge; Kenneth Weinstein and Patricia James, both of Leslie; and Rebecca Brevick of Dansville and Jill Cruth of Onondaga.
Spring Arbor University announced students from the area who are on the Spring 2010 Academic Honors List. The following students were named to the Honors List: Brittany Beachy and Caroline Archer, both of Mason; Danielle Allen of Stockbridge; and Katie Toles and Amber Williams, both of Dansville. The Academic Honors List recognizes full-time students who have received a grade point average of 3.7 or higher for the semester. Part-time students must receive a 3.7 GPA for the semester and carry a cumulative 3.7 GPA.
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The McKeague home dates from the mid-1930, and while it was first owned by the McCuens of Oldsmobile, it was found abandoned and deteriorating by the current owners in 2005. On the tour, look for the rare glass roofed conservatory, a classic pillared garden “folly,” huge trees, intricate plantings, sculpture, lighting and water features, which combine together to create an impressive outdoor “living room” designed for entertaining. “Tourists will have a wonderful time walking in this historical neighborhood and visiting the homes,” said Katherine Draper, GLHC Executive Director, “These premier residences are diverse and have styles that range from traditional to contemporary. We are very excited for the opportunity to showcase these homes. This provides the public with an opportunity to visit unique properties that have never been open for viewing.” Home Tour is a fundraiser that supports the work of GLHC, a Lansing-based 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. GLHC provides affordable housing to first-time homeowners of modest means. Funds from this tour will help the Coalition rehabilitate housing in Lansing’s distressed neighborhoods, purchase property for housing homeless individuals and families and revitalize Lansing’s neighborhoods. GLHC is currently developing the Neighborhood Empowerment Center at the former Michigan School for the Blind library.
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Join the local Rotary Club on Tuesday, Sept. 21 when the 2010 grant recipients will receive their grants. This year, we will present grants to Police and Kids, the city of Williamston, Williamston Theatre, the Williamston Library Foundation, Williamston Tennis Boosters, Splash Bus and the YMCA. The Williamston Sunrise Rotary Club focuses on making a difference in our community by supporting local projects. If you have ever considered getting involved to improve the local and international communities, we encourage you to come see what we are all about. The Rotary meets every Tuesday at the Brookshire from 7:20-8:20 a.m. with breakfast served.
The 2010 East Ingham CROP Hunger Walk (formerly known as the Williamston/Webberville Crop Hunger Walk) will be held on Sunday, Oct. 10. On-site registration begins at 1:30 p.m. at the Williamston United Methodist Church, with the kick-off at 2 p.m. The vision is to expand their reach to all of eastern Ingham County, including Dansville and Stockbridge, Around thus the name change. With town the new name comes a new vision of doing more to Carrie stock the food banks of our Thorburn communities. So, along with the walk, they will hold a food drive. Food can be dropped off the day of the walk or at Wood & Sons Corn Bin, LLC anytime before. Interested walkers should sign up with the participating churches — check to see if your church or local service organization has a recruiter. If not, they need you to be the recruiter. Call Bill or Janice Wheeler, (517) 521-1112; John Bollman, (517) 655-4782; or Toni Talbot at (517) 655-1476 for more information. This article has been brought to you from the Williamston Sunrise Rotary Club. If you would like the community of Williamston to know about what your service organization is doing to help those in the community and haveit included in this column, contact Carrie Thorburn at her local Edward Jones office, 1224 E. Grand River, on the corner of Zimmer and Grand River, at (517) 655-6016 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Firefighters Pancake Breakfast and Open House scheduled for Oct. 9 On Saturday, Oct. 9, Williamston firefighters will hold a pancake breakfast and open house at the fire station, located at 1296 W. Grand River. The breakfast will be from 8-11:30 a.m., with all-youcan-eat pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, hash browns, orange juice, milk and coffee. Cost: Adults, $6; kids under 12, $4; and $20 for a family. Tickets are available at the fire station, Siegel Body Shop and Williamston firefighters. The open house will be that day from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. They will give station tours, equipment demonstrations and fire prevention information. For more details, contact (517) 655-3384.
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McCormick Park construction continues WILLIAMSTON — Construction is under way on every corner of McCormick Park. Mick Sowle, foreman of Laux Construction, and his four-man crew have been working on the concession stand that will be completed soon. Sowle pointed out that other jobs are already completed, such as the concrete approaches to the tot lot play area and gazebos, and several concrete bench pads were recently poured. Directly south of the lot, work is under way with repaving the main parking lot at North Putnam and High streets. The lot also will have new curbs and lighting. “We do all the concrete work first, then the asphalt,” Sowle said. Work has been started on framing for the new fishing pier that will extend over the Grand River, and the base for the rain
garden has been dug out. The underground tiles for this garden are in place, with filtering soil mixture to be added. The rain garden is designed to filter water runoff from the parking lot to the river. The course of the asphalt pathway that will circle and crisscross the park also is staked out. The project, funded jointly by a grant from the Department of Natural Resources and Environment Trust Fund and the city of Williamston, kicked off in June and is scheduled for completion this fall. — From the Williamston Parks and Recreation Commission
Right: Work is well under way at McCormick Park in Williamston.
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WEBBERVILLE —The Webberville Activities Committee, organizers of the event is seeking additional crafters, participants, volunteers, musical groups and chili cookoff entries for the Webberville Fall Festival set for downtown from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 23. Craft vendors and any groups interested in fundraising or participating should contact event organizer Jim Cousino at (517) 896-4979. The Webberville Diner will host the Great Chili Cook-Off starting at 11 a.m. Interested
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WEBBERVILLE — Radney Rasegan of Webberville will appear in lights on Broadway in New York City on Saturday, Sept. 25, as part of the National Down Syndrome Society’s (NDSS) video production to demonstrate that people with down syndrome can be successfully included in community activities, education and em-
ployment. The photo of Radney, who has Down syndrome, was selected from more than 1,000 entries in the NDSS worldwide call for photos. Approximately 225 photographs will appear in a video production to be shown on the larger-than-life MTV plasma screen, located in the heart of Times Square.
The video presentation, produced by NDSS, illustrates children, teens and adults with Down syndrome working, playing and learning with friends and family. The Times Square video production kicks off National Down Syndrome Awareness Month, which includes the 2010 Buddy Walk.
This year, walks will be held in more than 275 cities across the country, as well as many international walks. For information about National Down Syndrome Awareness Month or the NDSS Buddy Walk, visit www.ndss.org or call (800) 221-4602. — From The National Down Syndrome Society
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News in brief ICD’s tree fundraiser to be held Oct. 8-9 The Ingham Conservation District’s Fall Tree Fundraiser will be held Friday, Oct. 8 and Saturday, Oct. 9. Order deadline is Sept. 22; go online at www.inghamconservation.com to download the catalog or call (517) 676-2290 or e-mail email@example.com.
Acres to be leased for bow hunting The Ingham Conservation District will lease 200 acres for bow hunting onl from Oct. 11 through Jan. 1, 2011. Bidding runs through Oct. 1. This will be a managed hunt for the serious bow hunter. For details, contact the district at (517) 676-2290 or Dennis Studley, board member, at (517) 525-2064.
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332-2559 www.ulcel.org Childcare Sun/Wed evenings
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3417 E. Grand River Ave. Worship: Sundays - 10 am Wednesdays - 7 pm Core Youth Group: Sundays - 5-7 Kids for Christ School: Ages 3-5
LIGHTHOUSE COMMUNITY CHURCH 1268 E. GRAND RIVER SUITE 12 WILLIAMSTON www.outofthehouse.net email: email@example.com Meeting at the Williamston Middle School Worship Service: 10am Child care provided through 5th grade Service 10am Lead Pastor Thurm Payton
Child care provided all services
FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA)
WILLIAMSTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
WEST LOCKE WESLEYAN CHURCH
211 S. Putnam St., Downtown Williamston Worship: 10:00 am Childcare provided Wednesday Open Table Meals provided from 5:00-6:30 pm, no charge!
2652 Haslett Rd., Williamston Sunday School: 9 am Worship: 10 am Wed. Family Night: 6:45-8 pm Staffed Nurseries Provided Lead Pastor: Michael Black www.westlockechurch.org Call: 517-655-2202
Pastor Jim Wenger www.faithlutheranokemos.org
Trinity (grades 4-6): Wed. 6 pm
Pastor Paul Damkoehler Church: 521-3631 Parsonage: 521-3434
Sunday School: Sun. 9:30 am
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH of Webberville
Pastors Matthew and Karla Mangan 517-655-HOPE (4673) www.MHCW.com
Worship: Sun. 8:15 am & 10:45 am
Rev. Ronald C. Byrd Sr., Pastor www.stkatherines.org
Mon-Fri 9 am - Noon
4515 DOBIE RD. • OKEMOS
Sunday Church Services: 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. Children’s Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
All are welcome at WUMC! LBGT welcome! Pastor Amee Miller (517) 655-2430 www.williamstonumc.org
500 N. Howard • 521-4700 www.webbervillechurch.org Sunday School: 9:45 am Sunday Worship:11:00 am CrossFire Youth Ministries: Sundays, 6:00 pm LIFE Together Family Night: Wednesday, 6:30 pm Sr. Pastor: Scott Gardziella Bringing Faith to Life!
Corner of M-52 & Rowley Rd. Williamston
3504 Howell Rd., Webberville (Corner of Dietz & Howell) Wednesday Bible Study/Prayer 7 pm Adult Sunday School: 9 am Children’s Sunday School: 10 am Sunday Worship: 10 am Pastor: Terry Turner
Sunday School: 8:45 am Sunday Worship: 10:00 am Jr. & Sr. High Youth 6:30-8pm Sunday Wed. Family Life Night Family Meal & Activities 6-8pm Sr. Pastor Les Kephart Youth Pastor Matt Kephart 655-4684
UNITED METHODIST CROSSROADS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST WILLIAMSTON SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH 916 S. Putnam Saturday: Worship Service 10:00 am Sabbath School: 11:15 am (Bible Study) Wednesday: Bible Study & Prayer 7:00 pm Pastor: David Shin Phone: 517-655-1676
157 High St., Williamston Masses: Saturday 4:30 pm Sunday 9:00 & 11:00 am Confessions: Saturday 3:30 pm or by appointment Pastor: Father Peter Clark Parish Office: 655-2620 St. Mary School: 655-4038
(Between Breslin Center and Trowbridge Rd.)
Worship with Holy Communion:
MOUNT HOPE CHURCH WILLIAMSTON
1020 South Harrison Road, E. L.
4650 N. Meridian Rd. Williamston
WESLEYAN ROWLEY WESLEYAN CHURCH
5491 Zimmer & Haslett Rds. Sunday Worship: 9:30 am Fellowship: 10:30 am Sunday School: 11:00 am Rev. Ellen Zienert We’re Expanding/It’s Exciting. Come Catch the Spirit!
Webberville, MI webbervilleumc.org Sunday School 9:30 am Worship 11:00 am Fellowship Noon
A residential and campus ministry
CATHOLIC ST. MARY CATHOLIC CHURCH
4215 E. Holt Rd.
St. Katherine’s Episcopal Church
WEBBERVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA)
FREE METHODIST WILLIAMSTON FREE METHODIST CHURCH 4400 N. Williamston Rd. Sunday School: 9:30 am Worship: 9:30 am & 11 am LJ-0000855235-01
Dr. Danny M. Cavin, Pastor David Gregg, Administrative Pastor Call: 655-2139
520 E. Holt Rd., Williamston Corner of Holt Rd. & Burkley Rd. Sunday Worship: 11:00 am Jeanne Laimon, Pastor Come Join Us!
Impact Youth Sonlight Hour: 9:45 am Morning Worship: 11:00 am Evening Worship: 6:00 pm Crossroads and Adult Service Wednesday 6:30 p.m.
3185 Williamston Rd. P.O. Box 78, Williamston
UNITED METHODIST WHEATFIELD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Doug Bradshaw 655-3668 LJ-0000855228-01
September 19, 2010
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Sports briefs Webberville spikers beat Dryden DANSVILLE -— The Webberville volleyball team split in its last two matches, coming up short against Dansville on Sept. 13 and beating Dryden on Sept. 14. Against the Aggies, the Spartans pushed the match to five games before losing 15-8 in the tiebreaker Sept. 13. Dansville won the opener 25-12. The Spartans won the next two games 25-19, 25-20. Dansville won the fourth game 25-13 to force the tie breaker. Afton Eberly had two aces and 24 assists for Webberville. Samantha Perez had 12 kills, seven digs and three blocks. Against Dryden, the Spartans lost the fist game 25-18. They bounced back to win the next two, defeating the Cardinals 25-20, 25-20. Dryden won the fourth game 25-12. Webberville took the tiebreaker 15-9. Eberly had 10 aces and 20 assists. Perez had 14 kills and five digs. Kelsie Hull had six blocks. Webberville has a 6-14-3 record.
Hornet kickers win two at home tourney
September 19, 2010
WILLIAMSTON -— Williamston soccer won two games at the Sept. 11 Williamston Shootout, beating Freeland 2-0 in the opener. The Hornets bounced back from a 2-0 loss to Grand Rapids South Christian to beat South Haven in a shootout. Phillip Erickson and Connor Pace each scored for Williamston in the win over Freeland. Max Bergstrom had five saves in goal for the Hornets. Bergstrom had five saves in the loss to Grand Rapids. Williamston battled South Haven to a scoreless tie in regulation, winning in a shootout. Bergstrom recorded six saves. The Hornets have a 6-4-1 season record and is the second-ranked team in state Division 2 rankings.
Tuesday, Sept. 21 Girls Golf Will. @ Lansing Catholic 3 p.m. Boys Tennis Will. @ Corunna 4 p.m. Cross Country Will. vs. CAAC Jamboree 5 p.m. Boys Soccer Will. @ Portland 5:30 p.m. Girls Swimming Will. vs. Mason 6 p.m. Girls Volleyball Webb. @ Tri at Bentley w/Genesee 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 22
Lady Hornet harriers get off to a good start at the Bret Clements Memorial Invitational.
Harriers compete in Bath By BILL McLEOD firstname.lastname@example.org
BATH — The Williamston girls cross country team finished sixth and the boys were 11th at the annual Bret Clements Memorial held Sept. 11 at Bath. In the girls Class 2 competition, DeWitt won with 113 points. Lansing Catholic was second (129); Marshall, third (138); Stockbridge, fourth (152); Linden, fifth (155); and Williamston, sixth (172). There were 19 teams in the race. Lansing Catholic’s Megan Heeder took first place with a time of 18:28. There were 128 girls in the race. Hannah Grischke led the Lady Hornets, finishing sixth with a time of 19:46. Erica Halm was 22nd (20:39); Andrea Krantz,
38th (21:12); Katie Bollman, 43rd (21:21); Elizabeth Erickson, 63rd (22:02); and Raelynn Rasegan, 79th (22:29). Mason, the secondranked boys cross country team in the state for Division 2, took first place with 48 points. Haslett was second (135); and Hillsdale, third (142).Williamston had 285 points for 11th place. There were 123 runners from 18 schools. Caleb Rhynard of Shepherd took first place with a time of 15:26. Greg Lutzke led the Hornet boys, finishing 30th with a time of 17:28. Grant Smith finished 48th (18:01); Justin Gehringer, 61st (18:24); Connor Coscarelli, 63rd (18:28); Aaron Baumgarten, 83rd (19:04); Joel Yauk, 84th (19:05); and Alexander Krantz, 109th (20:16).
Boys Tennis Will. @ Fowlerville 4 p.m. Girls Golf Webb. @ SMAA Jamboree, Onsted 3:30 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 23 Girls Golf Will. @ Corunna 3:30 p.m. Boys Soccer Will. @ Lansing Catholic 4 p.m. Girls Volleyball Will. @ Portland 5 p.m. Girls Swimming Will. @ Haslett 6 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 24 Cross Country Will. @ Jackson Invite 5 p.m. Webb. vs. Burton Bendle 7 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 25
Williamston’s Greg Lutzke leads the Hornets with a 30th place finish at the Bret Clements Memorial held at Bath on Sept. 11.
Girls Swimming Will. @ Haslett Invite 8:30 a.m. Cross Country Will. @ Jackson Invite 11 a.m. Football Will. @ Lansing Catholic 2 p.m.
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Freshmen champs The Williamston High School freshmen volleyball team is the champion at the Sept. 11 Linden Invitational The team won seven out of eight games in pool play. In the playoff schedule, it beat Lake Fenton in the quarterfinals, Swartz Creek in the semi-finals and clinched first place by beating Andover in the final round. Other schools that participated in the invitational were Linden, Perry, Our Lady of Lakes and International Academy of Flint.
Hornet JV spikers off to solid start The Williamston junior varsity volleyball team has started the season with a second-place finish at the Haslett Invitational Aug. 21 and a first at the Linden Invitational on Aug. 30. The team has four returning players and eight new players to the roster. Team members include Kaytie Arnett, Tori Baise, Allison Bengel, Addy Dahl, Morgan Forbush, Lindsey Kotecki, Rochelle Massa, Morgan Petri, Jordan Pond, Danielle Smith, Hannah Sweeney and Julie Xu. The Katie Maiolatesi coaches the Hornets. Up-to-date news on the team is available at www.whsvolleyball.net
Hornets top Perry By BILL McLEOD email@example.com
PERRY — The Williamston football squad picked up its first CAAC White Division win of the season, crushing Perry 48-6 on Sept. 10. Hornet quarterback Dylan Schultz passed for 200 yards and two touchdowns, all in the first half. “The offensive line blocked really well. Dylan Schultz had all the time of the world to throw,” Williamston coach Steve Kersten said. Williamston took the opening kickoff and drove 47 yards for the first touchdown on a two-yard run by Nick Porter. Perry struggled on its first possession, fumbling the ball near midfield. Williamston’s Nick Jump picked up the loose ball and ran 46 yards for the sec-
ond Hornet touchdown. The Williamston defense allowed Perry only 142 total yards. Corbin Austin led the defensive charge with 10 tackles including two quarterback sacks. Schultz threw his first touchdown pass in the first quarter, connecting with Tyler Watters on a 40-yard scoring strike. The second quarter was much the same for the Perry defense. Schultz passed to Dylan Monette for an 81-yard scoring strike to start the second quarter. Williamston scored another touchdown on a 10-yard run by Porter. Porter scored his third touchdown of the first half on a 15-yard run to top off an 11-play, 59-yard drive. Austin scored the last Hornet touchdown on a two-yard run with about five minutes left in the game.
Williamston golf falls to Portland PORTLAND — Williamston golfers lost to Portland 190-230 at the Portland Country Club on Sept. 14. Anna Farrell led the Hornets with a 50. Laruen VanStreain shot 54. Deirdre Musser shot 59. Kate Shoecraft shot 67.
Mason Patri cia Joe (VanderMoere) Haueter, 70, passed away on Monday, S eptember 13, 2010 in Lansing, MI. Patri cia was a resident of Mason. S he was born D ecember 28, 1939 in Lansing to her parents Willa rd and A deline "Nickie" VanderMoere. S he was a 1957 graduate of S exton High School. In her earlier years, she was very active in her community, volu nteering in the schools and acting as den mother for her childr en in cub scouts. S he spent many lov ing hours crochet ing special afgah ns for her childr en, grandchil dren, great-grandchildr en, and f riends. Many afgah ns were al so crochet ed and donated for f undraisers and benefits. Pat ricia was one of the fou nding members and past president of Mid-Michiga n Road Riders A ssoc.; area representative and member of the G oldW ing Road Riders A ssoc. - Ch apter L., and a member of the Women on Wheels Organization. Pat ricia retired f rom Michiga n S tate University af ter working in the D ept. of Education and Instructional P ublic Telev ision (WKAR) for over 30 years. Patri cia was preceded in death by her parents; sister, Beverl y (VanderMoere) Gas e; and brother , Lynn VanderMoere. S he is survived by her lov ing h usband of 21 years, D onald L. Haueter, S r.; 4 childr en: Tom (P enny) Kaiser of Leslie, Kelli (Robert) Hart of Willia mston, Kip (S ondra) Kaiser of Willia mston, SC and Dan (Katrice) S weet of P ortl and; 4 step-childr en: Cindy Calhou n of Fresno, CA, Jeannine (Todd) Jewell of G rand Ledge, D onald (Kara) Haueter Jr. of Farmington, and Leslie (James) Lee of G rand Ledge; 24 grandchildr en; 8 great-grandchildr en; one sister-in-la w, MaryLee VanderMoere; and many nieces and nephews and their f amilies. Funeral services will be held Friday, S eptember 17, 2010 - 11:00 a.m. at the P eters & Murray Funeral Home, Grand Ledge, with Pasto r Ed Love of the Epic Community Ch urch, P ortl and offic iating. Interment will folow at Ch apel
Lee Ira Brodrick Willia mston A ge 74, passed away S eptember 9, 2010; born on A pril 11, 1936, in Par adise Township to Harry and Iva Brodrick. Lee served in the United S tates A rmy, f rom 1955 to 1959. He retired f rom MSU af ter 29 years wher e he worked as maintenance and manager of the soft ball team. Lee worked concessions at MSU for many years and was known as the "P opcorn King". He al so transported cars for Red Cedar A uto. He enjoyed fis hing and John D eere items, puzzle books and most of all, time with his grandchildr en and f amily. Lee is survived by his wife S hir ley of 51 years, daught ers; Patri cia Kecskes of Fl at Rock and A nne (John) Vanderkooi of Lansing; 5 grandchildr en, Mich ael (A ngel) Hubbell, Leanne (Sammy ) Ruiz, Kevin Gal bavi, Tabith a Hubbell and Chesl ea Kecskes, 6 great-grandchildr en, and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and sisters, D elal (Sam) Lambert and Marcille Baldw in. Visitation will be held on S unday, S eptember 12, f rom 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. at the G orsline Runciman Funeral Homes, 205 E. Middle S t., Willia mston. Funeral services will be held Monday, S eptember 13, 10:00 a.m. at the f uneral home. Thos e desiring may make contributions to the f amily of Lee Ira Brodrick c/o G orsline Runciman Funeral Home, 205 E. Middle S t., Willia mston, MI 48895. On line condolen ces may be made at www.gorslinerun cimanwillia mston.com
September 19, 2010
aP tri cia Joe (VanderMoere) Haueter
h, ing pel Hill Memorial Gar dens, Lansing. The f amily will receive f riends Wednesday 6-8 p.m. and Th ursday 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at the f uneral home. Memorial contributions made to the A ngel House, 830 Kerns, Mason, MI 48854 will be greatl y appreciated. Online condolenc es may be made at www.petersandmurrayf uneralhome. com.
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SEASONED HARDWOOD $65 per f ace cord. 16"X4’X8’. Free Delivery. Volume dis counts. 517-663-1006
YORKSHIRE TERRIER MALE PUPPY AKC, ador able, baby doll 989-551-4431.
SPECIAL DEAL on seasoned A BED QUEN PILLOWTOP hard wood fir ewood $65 mattress set, new in plasf a c e cord. Guarantee tic, $200. a C ll 517-410-4921. price all winter! Offer FE Can deliv er. ends S ept. 30. Jeff 517-719tiny, 1281; Car ol 517-507-7093. AMISH BUILT dining room f ace. chantlands email@example.com table, solid oak, 3’ high, 20th year selling fir ewood! 58’’ long, 18’’ leaf, 6 highback swivel chairs. Listed $3500, sell for $800/best offer . 574-6133
BICHON AKC FOR s t u d service. 3 successf ul litters. $400. Call 989-4634686.
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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
FREE LANDSCAPING STONE Large Q uantity of 2-6" Michigan S tone in BDRM. SET, QUEN size 4 Okemos. You remove and post bed/ head board, haul. 480-201-9094. d resser w/mirror & sealed marble top. Ivory in color. Must see! $1500/best. 517-703-1977
BEDROOM ARMOIRE C ream w/pale flow ers, $200, & va& STUFF. riety of original art. Call 1845 CA-SE SKID STER incl. ANTIQUES C learance. Lg. round table, 517-332-3161. Tree spade & bucket. old lamps & parts, f arm $10,800. 517-669-9798, 517tools & primitives, chairs, BRAND NEW OAK end table 599-2852 round oak table top, vin& cofe f e table, Homart tage & ethnic clothing, tool chest f ull of tools & spoon carved organ top, garden tools, Pulaski curio reasonable. 921 E . C olumcabinet lighted, beautifu l bia, Mason. huge handc ut rugs, several sizes, by Royal Palace, & WYRICK ORCHARD other items. 517-543-0323. 4 OLD steel M-Sat .-10am.-6pm. S un., CASH beer/soda cans, trays, Noon-6p.m. 5600 E . Parks MAPLE STORKCRAFT BABY signs, bottles, tins, action Rd., S t. Johns. We have: CRIB w/bedding & a white figure s/dolls (in box), steel McIntosh, C ortland’s, C hildline baby crib, both toys, C ivil War WW1 WW2 Pumpkin & S quash. have metal hard ware. items, 10 & 12 cent comic S lightly used Pack n Play. books/magazines $Varies 4 24’’ barstools w/oak on item. (248)561-5013 f rame & cushioned back & seat. Call 989-224-4469. MONARCH VINTAGE WOOD/ELECTRIC S TOVE . ARTWORK 4X5 round hay bales, 1st, Great for cottage/cabin. ORIGINAL Wooda rd beautifu l glass & 2nd & 3rd cutting. $30 to Has warming shelf. $375. iron table with 6 chairs, $40 ea. Ph. 517-819-7565 517-669-9798 C hinese screen, chest & vases. 517-332-3161. ALFALFA GRAS-S EXCELLENT Hay $4 & up. TEMPUR- PEDIC FULL size Can deliv er. 517-641-6034 mattress & f rame set. 2 yrs. old. $500. Jackson. ALFALFA HAY - R o u n d 517-764-3763 gas stove bales, S tored indoors. 231- ALL KENMORE $150; under counter micro869-5231 wave $50; dis hwasher $100; porcelain sink $25. ALFALFA/TIMOTHY. HAY, Ivy/bone. 517-927-6706. 2ND CUTTINGNever wet. $3/bale. 517-974-5098. RASCAL 600, 3 WHEEL electric scooter. Incl. cover, ext. cord, many extras. $1,000. 517-676-5233
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1989 TROY-BILT 4 hp C hipper S hredder . Works. Tecumseh engine. Manual. $180/obo. 517-449-1222. 1990 SNAPPER 12 hp 5 spd 28’’ high vac, rear engine riding mower w/twin bag grass leaf catcher, has mulch kit, extra parts, $400/obo. 517-669-4037.
Firewood ACKERSON FIREWOOD S easoned hard wood, $60 per f ace cord, deliv ered. 517-281-9383.
2 TWIN BEDS w mahogany head bd, matching 6d rawer d resser, 5-dr awer ch-$200 set; Drexel walnut dining table w 2 extens leaves, 4 straight chairs, 2 APT. FULL OF f urn., incl. pillowtop, queen size bed. arm chairs-$150 set; 6-ft Dishes & much more. 517china cabinet-$150; white 455-2010, Thurs. & Fri. only for mica kitchen table w 1 extens leaf, 4 swivel chairs-$100; sleeper sofa $100; queen bed w brass head bd-$100; standing mirror w brass f rame-$25; portable S inger sewing HIGH-SPED INTERNET machine w case-$150. $39.99/MO No DSL? No (517)881-9315. Cable? No Problem! S peeds 50x f aster than dia l-up. Lowest Price Any3 WOOL ORIENTAL rugs. where - 5Mbps. Free Install 5x8, 8x11, 10x12. $400plus $100 rebate. 888-338$1500. E xcellent condit ion. Call 517-676-0038 0938
TRAINCO TRUCK DRIVING SCHOOL Day-E ve-wkend C lasses Job Placement Assistance C lass B Training Train in Lansing (517) 887-1600 Train Local Sav e Hassle www.traincoinc.com
MULTIPLE MADE ANIMALS FOR SALE 12 gauge Ithaca & lots of deer horns. In auto model 51, $275/best f ront room. Call 517-655offer . Mossberg 12 gauge 1926. auto, w/simmons scope, $450/best offer . 517-3325993 pr 517-712-078 2 MUSEUM QUALITY, horse d rawn, spring wagon. 12GA SLUG Hand painted w/E uropean MOSSBERG GUN- MODEL 695-SCOPEstyle dec orations. FrameRIFLED- PORTED $325.00 work & under carriage dec (517)927-0226 orated w/flor al craf ted nuts & bolts. U nusual eyecatcher for parades , WEATHERBY rifle, 300 wby ad vertising or f amily f un. mag, sub-moa, stainless Asking $3500. Negotiable. steel, synthetic stock, 517-676-0038 muzzle brake, scope, base & rings. $750. Marlin lever action rifle, 30-30, walnut PELLET STOVE- USED 1.5 stock, sling, 3x9x40 BushSEASONS. Incl. 2 tons of nell scope. Almost new. pellets & base. $1,500. $350. 517-242-1991 517-663-3572
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ERECTED POLE BUILDING S tanda le Lumber 24’x32’x8 ’-$5999.00 30’x40’x10’-$8999.00 S teel roof, doors included, 50 gsl other sizes available C omplete material packages a v a i l a b l e www.stand alelumber.com Call S tanda le Post Frame Buildings Toll Free 1-800968-2 8 01 MM
A AARDVARK ANTIQUER paying cash for guns, jew lery, f urniture, art & unusual & bizarre items. 517-819-8700 ANTIQUE BUYER paying cash for vintage artwork, f urniture, lamps, clocks, sterling silver items, musical instruments, pottery, vintage radio & stereo equipment. Call John 51786 -9795.
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HAUNTED House & Hayride Need Fun People Thurs - Sun Oct. 15-31 Interviews: Tues. & Wed., Sept. 21 & 22 & Sept. 28 & 29 Call 517-627-5500
Schools and Training AIRLINES ARE HIRING— Train for high paying Aviation Maintenance Car eer. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified—H ousing available. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 8 77-891-2281. MM
POLE BARNS Michigan’s HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA Largest Pole Barn C ompaFROM HOME. 6-8 weeks. ny (Best Built Barns) Best Nationally Accredit ed. BetQ uality, Best S ervice, Best ter opportunity for job C SH FOR GUNS , Art, AntiPrice. This Week’s S pecials A placement. Payment Plan. ques, Jewelry, musical inE rected 24’x24’x8 ’-$5495.00 FRE E Brochure. 1-8 0 0- 264struments, Valuables. Call 24’x40’x10’-$7995.00 8 3 3 0 517-204-2004/517-663-3931 30’x40’x10’-$8 995.00 www.d iplomaf romhome.c 30’x48 ’x12’-$10,995.00 om Benja min Franklin High Licensed/ Insured 1-877- CASH PAID FOR d iabetic School 8 02-9591 test strips. Most types up MM to $12 per box. a C ll 517ATTE ND COLLEGE ONLINE 669-1197. f rom Home. *Medical, FOAM SHET:S Pole Barn *Business, *Paralegal, Insulation, Dow S tyrofoa m, GENERAL MOTORS VOUCH *Accounting, *Cr iminal R-Tech, long lengths, U nER WANTED. If you would Justice. Job placement asder ground foa m, foa m for like to sell your GM vouchsistance. C omputer availaundersiding in stock or er, call John 616-889-205 6 ble. Financial Aid if qualispecial cuts. No seconds , fied. Call 8 77-895-182 8 deliv ery, silver sheeting. www.C enturaOnline.com www.williamsinsulation.co MC m 8 00-262-5774 MM AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for high paying AviaATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE NEW NORWOOD tion Car eer. FAA approved f rom Home. *Medical, SAWMILLSLumberMateprogram. Financial aid if *Business, *Paralegal, Pro handles logs 34" dia mqualified - Job placement *Accounting, *Cr iminal eter, mills board s 28 " assistance.. Call Aviation Justice. Job placement aswide. Automated quickInstitute of Maintenance sistance. C omputer availacycle-sawing increases ef(8 7 7) 9 8 1-228 1. MC ble. Financial Aid if qualific iency up to 40%! fied. Call 8 77-895-182 8 www.Norwood S awmills.co www.C enturaOnline.com m/300N 1-800- 661-7746 E xt MM 300N MC
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PART TIME WORK $14.25 base-appt Flex. sched. idea l for students, customer sales & service, condit ions apply, all ages 17+ 517-333-1700 Call TODAY!
Retail RETAIL SALES American Home Fitness seeks a fit ness orented sales person for a career in fit ness equipment sales in a rewarding retail enviroment. C ompensation includes base and commission with opportunity to ad vance within this growing company. Interested candia d tes f ax resume to: 517-347-7902 or email to: okemos@ americanhomefit ness. com
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Sporting Goods COMPOUND BOW Bare Instinct, left handed, complete, arrows & everything. U sed 1 yr. $425/best offer . Ruger 7750 muzzle loader , inline, new, w/ scope, read y to go hunting with everything. $425/best offer . 517-202-1357
CHEVY V8 ENGINE E delb rock intake w/650 carb, 350 trans. $650. C hevy 28 3 engine, $300. Muncie 4 spd trans. w/Bell Housing, Hurst S hift er, clutch & flywheel all incld. $700. 517-323-9494. Email the Lansing Community Newspapers 24/7 at: firstname.lastname@example.org
ûProfic iency in use of computers & computer accounting softwa re programs ûAt least two (2) yrs experience in public accounting with progressive knowledge of audit ing, accounting tasks & tax knowledge C ompetitive pay & benefits package. Apply online at www.mccartneyandc ompanyjob s.com No phone calls please.
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5300 DELTA RIVER DR. Fri.- ST E ATE & M O V I N G SALE S at. S ept. 24-25, 9-4. ReHaving sold my house, no f rigerator, f reezer, books, room for outdoor equipmovies, oak & antique tament, new lawn mower, bles & chairs, lamps, jew air compressor, lots of elry, linens, sump pumps, special tools, lg tool chest, winterwear, seasonal lots of guy stuff, edger , WHITEHILLS, 1860 BOXitems & dec or, toys. shovels, rakes. S inger sewWOOD Ln. S ept. 25 & 26, ing machine, couch, rock9-5p.m. C omputer & 5 FAMILY H olida y items, ing chairs, Kentwood sterhousehold items f rom A-Z, eo w/CD VCR & 4 speakclothing, glassware, f urniMen’s & Women’s clothing ers, dis hes, collectibles, ture, lots of household all sizes & seasons. Furniantiques. Don’t miss us at items, books, jew elry, & ture, picture f rames and Dan Francis 709 Drahner tools. S ept. 23-24, 9-5; & much, much more!! Dr., Eat on Rapids . S ept. 24S ept. 25, 8-12 . Off of Air25, 10am-4pm. port Rd. Westwinds S ubd. by Looking Glass River 13002 S HADYBROOK LN., T S E ATE SALE. 621 N. DEWITT . SEARLES RD. WEBBERVILLE. FRI. & SAT., DELTA TWP.- SEPT. 5828 S . PENNSYLVANIA 24 & 25. 9 to 3 d aiSCRAPBOOKERS S ALE ! ly. Off AVE. Fall Rummage Sale. M-52 4.5 miles 7008 S oapstone Dr. S ept. south of I-96 take Howell Lansing Lieder kranz C lub. 24, 12-6p.m. & S ept. 25, 9- Rd. east one mile to S earls Wed.-T hurs. S ept. 22-23, 3p.m. Lots of C reative then 1/4 mile north on 9am-5pm., Fri. S ept. 24, Memories items at great S earls to sale. LOADED 9am-noon. Only $1 per bag prices!!! on Fri. Many items, some TOOL WORKSHOP – YARD estate items. EQUIPMENT , WOODWORKDEWITT 2+ f amily. Twin ING SUPPLIES & MORE. ANNUAL RUMMAGE SALE sleigh & queen beds; air Fine shop & attached build S hepherd of the Hills, 7740 hockey; tv; skate ramps; ing with S ears 10” 3hp. W. S t. Joe Hwy., j ust W. of tot slide & more; clothes - compound miter saw, 12” Can al. Fri. S ept. 24, 9-3 & f urn. - sports - toys: boy electronic bands aw, 8 ” Sat . S ept. 25, 9-12. ($1.00 a NB-ad ult L, twin girl to d rill press, recip., floor bag af ter 10:30 on Sat .). 6/6X; maternity; books & mount bench grinder , DVDs; military. 1341 routers, pressure washer, S herrington, 9/24-25, 8-2 . CHURCH WIDE RUMMAGE air compressors, C oleman SALE & BAZARRE at the maxa 5000 generator, Lansing C hurch of God in nailers, staplers, saws, DEWITT- ANTIQUE SALE C hrist, 5304 Wise Rd., grinders, d rills, large air 3390 E . Howe Rd., S ept. Lansing 48911. 9am-3pm tool selection, lots of hand 24th & 25th, 8-4p.m. Sat . S ept. 25. tools, S nap on rolling tool Furniture, linens, glasscart, tool boxes, cord s & ware & much more! MULTI- FAMILY SALE more. Makers inc. C raf tsS leigh bed with matching man, Porter Cable, Makita, d ressers, refr igerator, ITTBIG GARAGE & Ryobi, Grizzly, DeWalt, small kitchen appliances, DEW B&D plus. Large selection YARD A S LE 10679 Bond cabinets, 12’ X-mas tree, of nuts, bolts, nails, Rd., S ept. 24 & 25, 8-5p.m. lawn mower, light fixture s, screws, electric & plumbLots of men’s stuf : f 18 ’ household, linens, t.v.’s, Grumman canoe. Like new, ing, finis hing chemicals, VHS- DVD’s, books, clothes. lumber, woodw orking ’06 golf cart. Darton comVintage glassware, dolls , pound bow, vintage Ben parts & clamps. Two 76 snowman, toys, and more. Wheel Horse tractors, both Pearson recurve bow, dog 202 C loverland Drive run, mower dec ks, snow boxes, hunting clothes. 10 1 Blk. N. of Jolly/C eda r thrower attach., blower for long-guns, 2 big bags of S ept. 23-25 Thurs.-Sat . 8-6 d uck dec oys, dis play cases leaf vac system, chains & & f rames. Much more weights, Troy tiller, gas edger , mower, weed hunting & fis hing stuff! Washer/elec. d ryer, anti- wacker, pull behind sprayques cups, saucers & er, roller, spring tooth dis hes. Books, post card s d rags, wheelbarrow, garden wagon, lawn broom, and more!!!! PORTLAND-MOVING SALE lawn & garden tools & 10760 S unset Dr., 1 mi. E . more. Pro for m treadmill, of New E ra silo on Grand DEWITT- MOVING SALE bikes, ladders, fis hing River, turn R., S ept. 24 & 3652 Winborn Dr., in equipment, mounted fis h, 25, 8-5p.m. S ome f urniture, C rowner Farms off W. cc skis, hunting clothing, upright f reezer, roto-tiller, Howe, S ept. 25, 9-1p.m. lawn & garden, cement riding mower, collectibles, Furniture, computer des k, urns, outdoor fir eplaces, C hristmas dec or & more. file cabinet, lamps, pic- bench, apartment f rig., EVERYTHING MUST GO!!! tures, chandelier , hall ta- f reezer, portable dec k ble w/mirror, kitchen sink, corner & other stoSUNFIELDMULTI FAMILY country cabinet, house- rage cabinets, ladders, SALE, 7556 W. S t. Joe Hwy., hold items and more!! scanner, 1990s car service S ept. 24, 8-5p.m. & S ept. manuals & so much more. 25, 8-11a .m. 2T-3T girl’s This shop is packed, well DAY SALE Baby clothing, S z. 7 boy’s cloth- EAGLE-1 keep & clean. Numbers at ing, men’s & women’s clothes boys & girls 0-12 8 Fri. S hop & attached clothing. Old collectibles, mos., (Carte rs, OshGosh, pole barn open at 9. Next books, household, snow- C hildr ens Place), port-aweek: back in Lansing. crib, swings, j umparoos, mobile sleigh & more! FULL DETAIL LISTING of car seats, etc. Fri. S ept. tools and contents PLUS 24, 9am-4pm. 14545 S . PICTURES posted Monda y, Jones Rd. S ept. 20th at: www.estatesales.net Sale HUGE HUGE HUGE 4 FAMILY condu cted by Bloomquist E state S ervices. 1576 N. STINE RD. C harlotte. BARN SALE Mens womens 1 1/2 mi. N. of M-79. S ept. & kids clothing, lots of 24-25, 9am-5pm. Lots of collectibles some anti- GARAGE SALE 211 Cass S t., videos , books, mens ques, Nintendo system & S t. Johns. Fri. S ept. 24, Sat . things, some perennials, & games, china, lots of glassS ept. 25, 8-5. Books, misc. C leaned out garage ware blue green red & yelknicknacks, kitchen things, & basement. low, lots of kitchen applibaby & kid s clothes, some ances, VHS tapes, new baby items & more. things added d aily, someDELTA TWP. 7754 MADRID, thing for everyone. 10224 off Can al. S ept. 25, 8 amEmail the Lansing Community Hollister Rd., Laingsburg. 4pm. 2 Family Sale. Baby Newspapers 24/7 at: Fri.-Sat . 9/17-18 & Thurs.items, household & C email@example.com mas items, & much more. Sat . 9/23-25, 9-5.
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PORTLAND MULTI FAMI GARAGE SALE SAT. S ept. L Y GARAGE SALE . Anti25, 9-5. Porch swing, dou ques, household items, ble lounger, clothing, fir efis hing and outdoor items, man items, tanner, d ry kids toys and much more. heat sauna, oak f urniture, No pre sales. S ept. 23, 24 Avon & Bradfor d plates, and 25 8 AM -5PM. antiques, player piano, roll 420 RIVERSIDE DR. cabinet with 90 plus rolls, old record s & radios , 40s50s clothing, wood floor - PORTLAND- multi f amily sale. 7206 Maynard Rd. Fri. ing, beige carpet squares S ept. 24, 9-5, Sat . S ept. 25, & much more. 8 08 N. Oak9-11. Kids & baby clothes & land, S t. Johns. toys, glassware, sporting good s , books, household & GRAND LEDGE 212 W. more. Front S t. S ept. 24, 25 - Oct. 1 & 2, 8 am-6pm. S moker elect. rotisserie, book- RILEY TWP. 7950 W. JASON RD., S t. Johns. Fri.-Sat . shelves/matching CD towS ept. 24-25. Dog pin, lawn er, C hiffer obe, books, CDs , f urniture, childr ens clothVHS, dis hes & several ing. lamps. ST. JOHNS GRAND LEDGE-52 9 PARK 110 E . McConnell S treet. S ept. 24, 9-4p.m. & S ept. 24-25, 8 am-5pm S ept. 25, 9-2p.m. Antiques, H ousehold items, f urnioak shelf, cross country ture, clothing, baby items, skis, ice fis hing equip., nic nacs, & more. books. Lots of household dec or/misc. S ome clothing ST. JOHNS 1149 AS TWOOD and more!!! MEWS LN. Off Sco tt Rd., S . of Wildcat . Household GRAND LEDGE SALE S ept. items, womens clothing 24-25, 9am-4pm each d ay. med.-s ize 12, hunting gear, 2 person j acuzzi tub, many tools, nurses smocks, household items, seasonal H omecoming d resses, dec orations, collectibles, & flow er girl d resses, books. misc. items. All items are clean, in good 226 W. SCOTT ST. condit ion & priced to sell. 9/24, 9a.m.-5 p.m. & 9/25, HOLT NEIGHBORH OOD 9am.-noon. S ALE C orner of Holt Rd & Waverly Rd. S ept. 24-25, Fri. 10 a.m., Sat . 9 a.m. WACOUSTA -4 FAMILY Misc. household items, S A L E 10749 Herbison clothing, kids toys & exerRd. (off Wright Rd.) cise equip. S ept. 25th 9-6p.m. Misc. & XXL ladies clothing and much more! HUGE GYM SALE, Leslie Faith Assembly of God church 4020 N. Main S t. S ept 23-25 Thu-Sat 9-5 pm. WILLIAMST ON 699 E . S HE RWOOD RD. Thurs.-Fri.-Sat . Baby items, f urniture, S ept. 2325, 10am-6:30pm. 4 clothing, household items Families. S tamp n up, and much more. household items, scrapbook stuff, toys, clothes L E S L I E - C H U R C H boys, girls, teens & ad ults RUMMAGE/ BAKE SALE & much more. S ept. 25, 10-6p.m. During the LESLIE FALL FESTIVAL WILLIAMSTO N: at Grace Lutheran, 212 S . ST. KATHERINES CHURCH S herman, across f rom RUMMAGE SALE McDonalds . Daycare closS ept. 25 only ing items & much more!! 9 a.m.-4p.m 4650 N. MERIDIAN RD. MASON ESTATE YARD S ALE 2599 E den Rd. 9/22-24, 9-4. SALE Thurs.-Thurs. In case of rain, the next YARD 8 am-2pm. Tractors, nic d ay. All kinds of household nacs, china, weed items, f urn., clothes, wackers, riding lawn handicap & christmas mowers, little bit of everyitems, Lowery organ $100thing. Nearest location 695 /obo, everything must go. N. C eda r, Mason, look for signs. MASON- MULTI FAMILY SALE 1818 E den, S ept. 24 & 25, 8-6 p.m. & S ept, 26, 8Noon. Kid’s bicycles, electronics, kids clothing, toys, household items and more!!
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PORTLAND- 296 CRESCNT Dr., S ept. 24 & 25, 9-4p.m. RAIN DATE:S Oct. 1 & 2, 9- 1817 WALNUT HEIGHTS, 4p.m. Lots of men’s sz. East Lansing, Frida y, S ept. 34/30 & 36/30 jea ns, 24, 9-6 pm shorts, shoes & j ackets. Saturd ay, S ept. 25, 9-2 pm Puzzles, purses, stuffed Worldw ide Traveler sale of animals, dolls and more!!! f urniture, collectibles, glass, china, cameras, art and more! PORTLAND w.estatesales.net/estateCOMMUNITY W IDE sales/132528.a spx YARD SALES 517-256-0695 S outh of S unset Ridge, Hagador n and Haslett 7204 E . Grand River Ave. Rd s., East on Woods ide, Sat ., S ept 25th, 8-4pm follow signs. S omething for everyone
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HUSKY METAL ROOFS, WANTED: UNWANTED S tanding S eam, Metal appliances, air condit ionMILE!S NO shingles/Tile, 18 colors, DRIVER- GREAT ers, cars, trucks, vans, TOUCH FREIGHT! No C ompany installers, Michif arm machinery, lawn for ced NE/ NYC! 6 months gan made. All energy star mowers, campers, hot OTR experience. No approved, f ree estimates. water tanks, aluminum or felony/DUI last 5yrs. S olos S ince 1975. 8 00-38 0-2379 steel boats, aluminum winwanted. New team pay MC dows or doors, aluminum packages! 8 77-740-6262. toppers, any types of aluwww.ptl-inc.comMC POLE BUILDINGS minum or steel siding, PIONEER SEE SOURCEADS.COM Free E stimates-Licensed 4 wheelers, go carts, trailOR CALL LCN TOLL FREE DRIVERS WANTED! and Insured-2 x 6 Trusses- TRUCK ers, batteries. More Hometime! Top Pay! 45 Year Warranted All picked up for Free. E xcellent benefits! Newer Galvalume S teel-19 C olorsCall 517-628-2 818 equipment! U p to S ince 1976#1 in $.48/ mile company d rivMichigan- Call Toda y 1ers! Heartland E xpress 18 00-292-0679. MC 8 0 0 - 4 4 1 - 4 9 5 3 www.heartland express.co NEW & USED wood, alum. & m MC vinyl windows & doors, paVIOLIN $145. VIOLA, Trumtio doors, picture winpet, Flute, C larinet $199/ dows, alum. storm wineach. All perfec t. By music dows. Make offer , low priSENIOR ACCOUNTA NT teacher. 225-744-4224 ces. 517-204-4949. MCCARTNEY AND COMPANY, PC YAMAHA & HOLTON French STORAGE S eeks a bright, f riendly S enior Accountant. Q ualified SHED 10X12 has Horns, S elmer Oboe & applicants should have strong interests in accounting, lof t , about 1 yr old , in PortC larinet, 42 Bach S trad Taudit ing & supervising. Minimum qualificat ions land. $900/obo. Call 517bone, Rene Duval C larinet, include: 515-82 99 Bell S et, Bass Guitars. Beginner instruments, barûBachelor of Scienc e in Accounting; or MBA gain prices. Various (517)862-52 8 af ter 3 p.m. ûCPA or working toward CPA certificat ion
Garage Sales Suburb
MTD FRONT WHEEL LAWN DELTA GUN SHOW. S un. MOWER $25. Frank’s S ept. 19. Open to public. broad cast spreader $10. W. of Lansing on Sagina w S harp microwave $15. WaHwy., N. Can al Rd. to club. ter condtr., f ree. 627-4393. 9-3pm. $2. 517-321-5843 .
PIONEER POLE BUILD - WINCHESTE R MODEL 70, INGS Free E stimates. Li338 cal., 3x9 scope; Remcensed and Insured. 2x6 ington Model 700, 28 0 cal. Trusses. 45 Year Warrant3x9 scope. Never fir ed. ed Galvalume S teel. 19 col$750/each. 517-543-8721 ors. S ince 1976 #1 in Michigan. Call Toda y 1-800- 2920679 MM
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Morrice FOR SALE or rent by owner. Beautifu l f armhouse, 2100 sq.ft . 3 bd rm., 1 1/2 bath, 3 car garage, 4 acres. $158,900 if purchasing; $1100/mo rental. Call 517625-7244.
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St. Johns BY OWNER- EXECUTIVE HOME close to schools & shopping. 3 possible 5 bd rm., many ammenities. Priced to sell. Call: 517230-7117
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NEWLY REMODELED 3 bd rm ranch home in a beautifu l country setting, must see to appreciate. $105,900. OPEN SUN. SEPT. 26, f rom 2-4PM. 7968 BI S M A R K , VE RMONTVILLE . For more info. call 517-388-2236.
Laingsburg 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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mfg. home. 4 RENTAL HOUSE FOR sale 2001 SHULTZ BEAUTIFUL LAKEFRONT 27x54 w/att’d garage - f ully occupied, must sell. HOLT 2 bd rm., $3,500. HO ME , Lake Odessa , MI. 24x28, also covered rear together. E xcellent income Little work needed. 430 acre, all sports Jord an porch, $59,900, psbl. short opportunity! Call 517-719Financing available. Lake. 1520 sq. f t. open term contract. 499 S hade 4204 or 989-233-7063 866-694-0821. floor plan. 3 bed, 2 bath, Tree Trail, S ycamore Vil1st floor laundry. E xtra lage in Mason. 517-749large kitchen/dining, living 2054, 517-628-2327 ACCORD PROPERTIES room. Large yard has maWINDOR ESTATE-S 1989 S tudios , 1 & 2 Bd rms. ture shade. Firm, sandy COMMODORE, 14’X74’ 2 Lansing /E . Lansing Area. swimming area. Garage, bd rm., 2 bath, lg. liv. & din. 517-337-7900 shed, doc k. $221,900. 517rm. Kitchen w/nook. All 204-2081. 30 ACRE PARCEL with new appliances incl. WD, cenpolebarn, 10 acres woodtral air, f reshly painted. ed, great hunting & build 8’x10’ porch. $5,500/best. RAINBOW LAKE 3 BR, 2 RELOCATE YOUR ing site, 6 mi. W. of 517-348-9334. Dimonda le. bath, kit., liv., din., 10x14 HOME AND SAVE! Alma/Gratiot C o. $95,000. sunroom, upper level, f acU p to $8,500 in relocaCall 989-763-9756. ing lake, f ull walkout bsmt. tion E xpenses, PLUS to lake, 2 car att. gar., Discounted S ite Rent. add’tl 20x24 gar. 104’ lake DALE 2 & 3.5 AC RE S $199*/mo. for 3 yrs. f rontage. $249,900. 989- DIMON 9 mins. f rom Lansing & 7 Amenities Include: 682-4266. µ C lubhouse mins. f rom GM Delta Plant. CEMETERY SPACES E ast$100 moves you in! µ Play Area Private, trees, wild life. lawn Memorial Gardens , µ Well MaintainedLand C ontract, starting at Okemos. Garden of Faith, 2 "0" application fee & $39,900. 517-645-7476 or Grounds spaces side by side. In"0" sec. depos it µ C onvenient Location 517-712-1372. cludes 2 vaults. Toda ys µ E xcellent School price approx. $6000. S ell 1 or 2 bd rms Apts. S ystem for $3900. 989-235-6506. LAND 4.84 acres, 2 building µ On-S ite Management MORRISON LAKE - 3 sites approved, 1 Call us toda y! Call TODAY! bd rm. cottage with lake w/walkout bsmt. 8x12 517-694-8975 S un Homes at access. Incl. all applianstorage shed also. Mason condit ions apply Kensington Meadows ces. Asking $79,900. area. $63,500. 517-676-1327 (888)-605-2237 Call Dar Benja min at: *Annual market 517-881-3558
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ST. JOHNS- INCOME BASED 2 BDRM. TOWNHOME.S Beautifu l Park setting. C lose to schools & shopping. Laundry hookup. SUNTREE APARTMENTS 1100 S unview Dr. 989-224-8919 EHO
WAVERLY/ WILLOW Large 2 bd rm, air, appliances, carpeting. Heat pd. $560 mo. Call 517-3519321 or 517-694-8988.
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ASPEN HOLLOW APTS Now Leasing 2 bd rm apts starting at $560/mo. Call or stop by toda y! 1402 Georgetown Blvd. 517-393-5444 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. CARY APTS. S . LANSING. 1 & 2 bd rms., $470-$570 mo., heat, water, sewer & trash included. 517-202-3964. C LONIAL O VILLAGE AREA: 1 bedr oom Q uiet Area. No S moking, No Pets. Call 517-485-4300
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BEAUTIFUL 3 BR. HOU S E in Averill Woods S ubd. Natural woodw ork w/new appli., 2 car gar. Full bsmt. Q uiet area. 15 mins. to MSU or dow ntown. $870. 517-525-2283. Avail. S ept. 1st. Photos at apts.com DEER CREK MANOR APTS Williamston S tudios starting at $375 1 bd rms starting at $475 2 bd rms S tand ard starting at $575 2 bd rms Deluxe starting at $675 Only 1 Left ! Call C yndi 517-285-8343
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EATON RAPIDS 1 bd rm. OKEMOS- CUT,E DANSVILLE SCHOOLS E ST LANSING Whitehills. 5826 ORC HARD CT. C lean 3 VERY PRI- A WEBBERVILLE2 bd rm. apt., a/c & appliances, Williamston addr ess. 5 mi. 2/3 bd rm., 1.5 bath, gabd rm, 1½ bath, f ull baseVATE, Lg. wooded lot. 1 d uplex, 2 car garage, $390/mo. + heat & elect. f rom I-96, 30 min. comrage, semi-fin. bsmt., launment with W/D hookup. bd rm., enclosed garage & $740/mo. 517-521-3242 or Water, sewer & trash servmute to Lansing or Howell. d ry. C lose to MS , U E . Lans. New carpet, appliances. dec k. U pgraded kitchen, 810-923-0910. ice provided. Very clean & 1 bath, 2 lg bd rms., 1 den, schools, CATA bus stop & Fenced backyard, private bath & new wood flrs are f resh paint. No pets, no quiet country home w/lg across f rom Patriarche dec k. C entral air. $800 + brightened by skylight & smoking. Q uiet dow ntown backyard, smoke f ree, Park. $825. Avail. now. utils. 517-332-9255. open flr plan. Fireplace & bldg. 517-663-1834 $750 mo. 517-231-1902. 517-449-0564. automatic garage door WILLIAMSTON2 BDRM, opener a plus. Incl. lower NE W APPLIANC S E & carBEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SET level storage and WD peting. kitchen, dining TING, 3 bd rm dow nstairs GRAND LEDGE DEWITT 3 BDRM, 1 car hookup. $785. 517-899-0417 room, liv. room & dec k. unit, plenty of storage, ga2-3 bd rm. fir eplace, garage, No basement. C lose to dow ntown & rage & barn on 5 acres, garage, central air, $800/mo + util & dep. schools. $550/mo. 517most pets welcome. washer & d ryer, $750NO PETS! 517-669-9798 655-1743 PORTLAND APTS Laingsburg. 10 mins. to IBLUE WATER VILLAGE $850. 517-282-9669 or 69 or 127. $650 mo. + half has spacious airDimond a le, near GM Delta 517-349-8000 utils. 989-627-3855. condit ioned 2 bd rm apt plant. New 2 & 3 bd rms, 2 WILLIAMSTON DUPLEX homes read y for immedi baths, starting at $700 EATON RAPIDS NEW construction, 4 ate occupancy. Move in to& trash incl. all applian11727 Bunker Hwy, GRAND LEDGE quiet 1 bd rm. bd rm., 1 1/2 baths, laund ay o f r $299. a C ll 517-647ces, bsmt., pets welcome. 2 bd rm., 1 bath, 1408 sq. HASLETT COUNTRY $455. 2 bd rm. $550. Inc. d ry, all appliances includ 4910 to tour your new Call 517-749-1714 or f t., 2 story f armhouse. 2 bd rm, appliances., heat. For nonsmoking reed. $950 mo. 517-202-6886. home! 517-372-6250 Full michigan bsmnt. W/D hookup, basement, sponsible indiv idu al or $650/mo. +. Avail. 9/1 central air. Nice yard. couple. No pets. 627-9085 517-622-6059 Near I-69, E xit 98, $600+. or Must see. 517-339-5368. GRAND LEDGE LG 2 2 BDRM., HASLETT - 5705 Potter, WILLIAMSTON www.sunda ncefa milyhome bd rm Townhouse, 1.5 1 bath, recently remod near lake. Large 2 bd rm. center.com bath, f ull bsmt, garage, 1.5 bath, fir eplace, central eled, 1 car garage, $675 $695+ utilities. Newly air. U tility room with mo. + utils. Call 517-285HOLT 2124 PLEASANT VIEW remodeled. washer/d ryer hookup. No 0575. 2 bd rm. d uplexes. GRAND LEDGE 1 bd rm., on 2 bd rm., f ull bsmt., 517-339-2486 pets, $595/mo. incl. water. Nice yard. $650 & $560 the river, patio dec k, f urgarage, fenc ed yard, Call 517-372-8000 or 517water & sewer included. nished, washer & d ryer, 10 $750+ util. (517) 482-8771 349-8345 517-694-1899. mo. lease. a C ll 602-300www.wencoproperties.com GRAND LEDGE: U pda ted lg. 9672. 1200 sq. f t., 2 bd rm., + bsmnt., laundry. 1.5 bath, 2 HOLT CLEA!N HASLETT- NEAR LAKE 3BR, 1.5BA, back story. Garage, lg. kitchen 1 & 2 bd rm., From $395. W/D hookup, Dishwasher, 3 BDRM., ENCLOSED GRAND LEDGE HASLETT Lakefr ont on porch, f ree Granger serv& bd rms,. w/balcony. "0" Deposit! Air, Private Drive, Yard, E . Maple. 3 bd rm., 1.5 Lake Lansing w/doc k, ice, very clean house, no 714 Fresh paint, newer carpet. 517-337-1133 S hed. No smoking or pets. bath, 2 car garage, lg. gazebo, beautif u l view. pets. $750 mo. 517-388No big o d gs . $750 + util. www.phgrentals.com $750/mth includes water & yard. $975+ util. 482-8771 patio or dec k. Luxury 2 2661. 517-853-6307 sewer. 517-507-3887 www.wencoproperties.com bd rm w/ offic e, condo/ apt. New maple kitchen, MASON LARGE upda ted 2 LAN I S G N 112 W. Thomas, black/ stainless applianHASLETT SCHOOL Disbd rm., 2 story + bsmnt. AFFORDABLE HOMES 1-4 comletely remodeled, 2 ces, carpet, air. W/D. some trict S mall, 3 bd rm, no laundry hookup, carport, bd rms, S ection 8 OK. bd rm., 1 bath, central air, HOMES FOR fir eplace & granite, No big pets or smoking. Q uiet fir eplace. Patio w/ courtPets OK. Move in speWD hookup. Fenced in dogs , incl lawn, trash,snow area. No WD hookup. yard. Newer carpet, applicial! Flexible terms RENT! yard. Near school & park. $895 to $975. 517-853-6307 $575. 517-339-8674 ances, laminante & paint. available. $395-$1095. $595 + util. & dep. Payments starting as Trash, lawn, major snow 517-651-1374 517-627-3552 low as $629/mo. incl. No big o d gs . Nice MASO-N 2 BDRM., 2 bath, 3 Bed/2 Bath, KIWANIS VILLAGE area. $715 +. 1st floor unit, central air, Over 1000 S q. Ft. A senior community 62 517-853-6307. MASO-N LESLIE AREA 3010 BEAUTIFUL 3 BR. HOU S E in wooded view. All Appliances, W/D, years of age or dis abled of Annis Rd. Beautifu l counAverill Woods S ubd. NatuWasher/d ryer in unit, 1 car CA, Holt Schools , any age. Located in Matry setting, 2 story + f ull ral woodw ork w/new garage. No pets, no smokPet Friendly . son, MI is currently acMASO:N MOVE IN bsmt. 3 bd rms., 1 1/2 appli., 2 car gar. Full bsmt. ing. $700+ utilities. 517- S P E C I A L . 2 BR, 1 bath No Application fees ! cepting application for 1 baths, kitchen, dec k off Q uiet area. 15 mins. to 256-4444 REDUCED S ecurity bedr oom apartments. shared bsmt. with locked i d ning area, liv. rm., att. MS U or o d w ntown. $870. Deposits. U nits of barrier f ree des ign storage/laundry, air, fengarage, W/D hookup, 517-525-2283. Avail. S ept. Call S un Homes at may also be available. For ced backyard. $610 mo. appli. f urn., $825 sec. e d p. 1st. Photos at apts.com Kensington Meadows affor able housing starting 517-230-3885,517-202-1781 $825 mo. + utils. C redit Toda y! 1-888-258-2412 at $417 Call 517check. No pets, no smokwww.kensingtonmeadows. com 676-6290 CUTE & CLEAN 524 Lincoln ing. 517-589-8362. E xp. 9-30-10 EHO TDD # (800) 649SOUTHEAST LANSING 3 Ave. near Ingham Medical ATTRAC TIVE 2 bd rm., newly 3777 bd rm., 2 baths, loft , air, hosp. 2 bd rm., completely painted, newer carpet, bsmt., dec k, great neigh- MASON Okemos Schools . remodeled kitchen & bath. neutral colors, kitchen borhood. No pets. $755 + 1685 S tillman. 2 bd rm., 1.5 Full, partly finis hed base~LANSING~ appli., fir eplace, ceramic depos it. 517-393-8970. bath, completely remod ment. WD hookup, fenc ed 1-4 BDRMS bath. C leaned. S torage, eled, on 2 acres. Att’d 1 car backyard. Bonus room upAvailable! S ection 8 OK. yard, quiet area. 1624 garage. $800+ utilities. No stairs. No smoking. $600+ Email the Lansing Community $450-$850. Call Mark at Parkvale. No dogs . $670 + pets/ smoking. For more dep. & util. $30 app. fee. Newspapers 24/7 at: 517-482-6600 utils. + dep. 517-337-1007. MASON info., 517-930-1575 email@example.com 517-882-8697. 2 & 3 bd rm. fir eplace, central air, washer/ d ryer. $750-$900. 517-282-9669 517-349-8000
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MASON LARGE 3 bd rm., dow nstairs apt. Fireplace, dec k, basement. $800 + utilities. 694-1755 d ays, 676-9178 wkends . C ell 5055875 wkends & nights. MASON LARGE 3 bd rm., dow nstairs apt. Fireplace, dec k, basement. $825 + utilities. 694-1755 d ays, 676-9178 wkends . C ell 5055875.
Move in for $199 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 * Washer/Dryer hook ups in utility room * Vaulted ceiling in living room * S torage access * Lovely wooded setting * C lose to everything Call toda y for info and tour! 517-349-2250 C ondit ions apply.
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Shop when you want! Visit lsj.com/CARS for vehicles in the Lansing area. BMW BMW 325X i 2004 $18,000 4 d r, auto, moonroof, sports pkg. 56700 mi. 1 owner. E xcellent cond. (517)303-6332
INFIN ITI I-30 2001 $5,500 Black 4 d r. S eda n, sunroof, V6, 137,500 mi. Bose w/C D, 1 owner. 616-560-4639 Lansing
Chevrolet COB ALT LT 2007 COU PE $8900 52500mi, 4cyl, Red, Auto start, nonsmoker, CLEA N 517-719-8765 C M ARO 1996 A $6,500 Red, w/T-tops, black leather, manual, 96700mi. 517-899-3622
Dodge 2500 PICK UP, 2001 $7500 57K mi., 2wd , clean, AC, AM/FM cassette. Good condi tion. 269-763-2921
JAGU AR VAN DEN PLAS 1986 Black, doe skin int., 68,000 mi. Good cond.
TAUR US SE 2000 $2,700 Priv. Owner, pwr seat/pw/pl/pm, clean, 164K mi Well maintained 517-668-6092
2002 SAA B HATCHB ACK $4600 137k, runs great, 30+ mpg. New AC compressor. E xcellent condi tion 517-482-6043
NIS AN PATHFIND ER LE 2003 BLUE $9,299 6 cyl, lthr, 105000mi. 4wd, moonroof, new tires 517-449-4834
Toyota LEXU S ES33 0 2005 $21,500 4dr , moon, pearl blue, lthr beige, 1 owner, 29700mi. E xcellent cond. Fully loaded. (517)303-6332
MER CEDE S BENZ 560 SL 1989 $15,000 White, Parchment int., 56,000 mi. E xcellent cond. 517-896-6875 MER CEDE S 190 1993 Gold, 33,000 mi., Florida car E xcellent cond.
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ST. JOHNS/ FOWLER HONDA CR1 25, 2002- W ell S C HOOLS -4 bd rm. f arm- BUS LINE Rooms w/private maintained. Runs great. house + liv. & din. rm., of bath $350 all incl.; E fi S ome extras. $1,700. fic e & playroom. 1 car atciency w/cooking $400; 2 989-224-8335 tached garage, large yard. bd rm. apt. $600 all incl. $800+ util. 517-449-5392. 1059 N. Larch S t. 2 bd rm. HONDA GOLDWING 1200 $550+ util. 919 S Holmes 1985 Only 26,000 mi. New ST JOHNS – S t. 2 bd rm. $550+ util. tires, blue, extras, excelOnly $340/Mo! Lease to Call 484-5619 lent, $3850. 517-230-4745. Own! Your Own Home! Over 1,500 sq.ft . New Car pet & Paint ~ Many more to choose f rom!! THE MEADOWS (989) 224-7707 PERRY Lansing Rd. at M- 1997 HOLIDAY RAMBLER 52. S uper location, 200 ST JOHNS – VACATIONER 32’ C lass A, f rontage on Lansing Rd. Only $340/Mo! Lease to comp. f urn., low mi. 27,786. 3500 sq.ft . commercial Own! Your Own Home! $11,000/obo. 517-675-5262. bldg. Big parking lot. Over 1,500 sq.ft . New Car $1200. Call 517-381-9808 pet & Paint ~ Many more to choose f rom!! THE MEADOWS (989) 224-7707
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RESOLUTION ESTABLISHIN G A SIX MONTH MORATORIUM RELATING TO FACILITIES DISTRIBUTIN G MEDICAL MARIJUANA At a regular meeting of the Board of the Williamstown Township, the board approved the resolution temporarily for bid ding the establishment of f acilities which sell or dis pense Medical Mariju ana in order to protect the public health, safe ty and welfa re of Township residents. E rnie Gaffner , Williamstown Township C lerk 4990 N. Zimmer Road - Williamston, MI 48895 ENT-8608 71
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In the matter of Floyd E Wagner Revocable Living Trust Date of birth: 6/4/1914 TO ALL CREDITORS: * NOTICE TO CREDITORS: The dec edent , Floyd E Wagner, who lived at 5080 E Grand River, Webberville, Michigan died 8/6/2010. C redit ors of the dec edent are notified that all claims against the estate will be for ever barred unless presented to Joyce E Wagner, namedS uccessor Trustee or proposed successor trustee, or to both Attorney David H Jones at 148 S Putnam S t, Williamston, MI 48895 and the named/ proposed personal representative within 4 months af ter the d ate of publication of this notice. Dated: 8/24/10 David H. Jones 148 S . Putnam S treet Williamston, MI 48895 (517) 655-4326 Joyce E Wagner 1749 N Williamston Rd Williamston, M I48895 ENT-860918 9/19/10
CITY OF WILLIAMST ON, MICHIGAN CITY COUNCIL
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING THE CITY OF WILLIAMST ON’ S INTEN TION TO UTILIZE MICHIGAN COMMUNIT Y DEVELOP MENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) FUNDS FOR ON- THEJOB TRAINING RELATED TO THE EXPANSION OF WILLIAMST ON PRODUCTS, IN.C
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the C ity of Williamston C ity C ouncil will condu ct a Public Hearing at 7:05 p.m. on Monda y, S eptember 27, 2010 at the C ity of Williamston C ouncil C hambers, 161 E . Grand River Avenue, Williamston, MI 48895. The hearing will be held regarding the C ity of Williamston’s intention to utilize Michigan C ommunity Development Block Grant (CDBG) f unds through the Michigan Economic Development C orporation’s C ommunity Development CDBG Program for on-the-job training. The program will consist of $276,000 in CBDG f unds and $3,035,000 in private investment by Williamston Produ cts, Inc., 845 Progress C ourt. The CDBG f unds will be dir ected to on-the-job training for 69 new employees in the areas of safety, quality, produ ction, logistics, and company policy. At least 51% of the job s will go to persons of low to moder ate income. The private investment f unds will be spent on interior f acility renovations, machinery and equipment purchases, and special tooling. All related application doc umentation may be reviewed and written comments will be accepted at the C ity of Williamston C ity Hall, 161 E . Grand River Avenue, Williamston, MI 48895, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. d uring all scheduled d ays of operation. Indiv idu als with dis abilities needing special accommoda tions to f ully participate in the meeting may contact the C ity C lerk to request the necessary assistance. This request must be made at least two business d ays prior to the meeting. Holly Thompson, C ity C lerk CITY OF WILLIAMSTO N
AT THE Publication Date: S eptember 19, 2010 9/19/10
September 19, 2010
The Williamstown Township Board of Trustees held a meeting S eptember 7, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. with S upervisor Martin, Treasurer E yster and Trustees Wilbrink, Hayes, Williams and Wright present. Board action included: approval of the consent agenda , adopt ing ordina nce #95 and passing a revised schedu le for Rezoning, S ite Plan Review and S pecial U se Permit E scrow accounts. E rnie Gaffner , Williamstown Township C lerk MINUTES
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Inspired by wonder
When we think about our future, we see our children and the people of mid-Michigan. So when we created our vision, they inspired us to set our sights high: to be recognized as a national leader in quality and patient care. To get there, we’re making bold changes like creating mid-Michigan’s first ER designed just for children. We also partnered with LifeNet of Michigan to start the region’s first dedicated helicopter service
September 19, 2010
that speeds patients to our Level I Trauma Center. And that’s just the beginning.
To learn more about the inspired changes at Sparrow, visit Sparrow.org/ourvision.