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Chamber hosting Chili Cook-Off Sunday Winter may have settled into the bones of northern Michigan at long last, but there will be plenty of heat coming from downtown Harbor Springs on Sunday, February 19 during the annual Harbor Springs Area Chili Cook-Off. Amateurs and professional chefs alike will bring their best recipes to be judged by community participants. While the event, held at the Pier Restaurant from 2-4 p.m., is a great excuse to fill your belly to the brim, it will also strive to fill the shelves of the Harbor Springs Food Pantry. Those who attend the Chili CookOff are encouraged to bring nonperishable items to donate to the pantry, including food, cleaning supplies, paper products, toiletries, and even pet food. “We always have such great, friendly competition, and some really good chili,” said Scott Herceg, executive director of the Harbor Springs Area Chamber of Commerce, the group organizing the event. “The partnership with the food pantry adds an extra community service layer that makes everyone feel good.” Tickets to the event will be available at the door. For more information, contact the Harbor Springs Area Chamber of Commerce (231) 526-7999. -CONTINUED on page 3.
City’s DDA seeks proposals for downtown enhancement plan By KATE BASSETT Harbor Light Newspaper
Harbor Springs has long been known for its slower pace and small town charm, and weekend horse and carriage rides through downtown now celebrate the waterfront community’s winter beauty. Passengers can be picked up for a free carriage ride at several spots on Main Street and near the restaurants along the corner of State and Bay Streets.
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Lynn Dinning has been a full-time professional ski instructor for 35 years, with the last 30 spent teaching skiers at Nub’s Nob. Turn to page 10 for a fun winter Q&A.
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Financing improvements to the Harbor Springs School District was the focus of the Board of Education’s meeting Monday, February 13.The board approved the letting of bids for locker room renovations and trophy cases, as well as infrastructure improvements, such as network electronics. The board also approved the General Fund and Community Schools Budget Amendment for this fiscal year. The district was expecting a $1.1 million deficit for the 2011-2012 school year, and the amendment showed that number to be reduced to just over $1 million, with some $866,000 of the district’s fund balance slated to be used for the shortfall. Despite the continuing economic struggles the district faces, the majority of Monday’s discussion was spent looking forward, focusing on the annual May school election ballot. Two proposals-- the annual
non-homestead operating millage (which will move to a three year approval this election) and a renewal of a Building and Site Sinking Fund -- will be on the ballot. If the building and site sinking fund millage is renewed, the district will be renewing at a lower rate of .54 mills, rather than the current .66 mills, noted superintendent Mark Tompkins. Dating back to 2007, Tompkins said voters can physically see most of the district’s previous sinking fund investments, including projects like the high school’s weight room, pool maintenance, portable buildings at Blackbird Elementary and a new music and band wing at the high school. This time, the Board of Education voted to put a five year (as opposed to three year) building and site sinking fund proposal on the ballot. Tompkins said the longer time frame will allow for a longer lists of projects to be completed. “Our list of projects can change monthly, with necessities and main-
tenance. We hope the community understands the importance of this millage,” Tompkins said Monday night. Prior to meeting adjournment, the board announced a posting for a new head football coach, following the resignation of Head Coach Del Walden, would be externally posted this week. The board will also be accepting applications for a new Elementary Principal between March 14-28. In the meantime, the board will prioritize the characteristics of an effective principal for the posting. The interview process will include several steps, Tompkins explained, including possible case studies or observation periods. “The best way to know if a teacher is effective, is to watch them teach. We want to figure out a way where we can measure and observe a principle and we are thinking of the best methods to do so,” Tompkins added.
There has been a LOT of discussion in the last year about the future of Harbor Springs. It’s no secret this small town is struggling to maintain a year-round economy, and conversations about everything from building community to filling empty storefronts captured the attention of City Council, who reactivated the Harbor Springs Downtown Development Authority (DDA) in 2011. Now, with guidance from Council, the DDA has taken the first step toward creating a plan for action, putting out a request for proposals for a Downtown Enhancement Plan. The search for a qualified consultant to help “formulate a strategy designed to bring more vitality back to the downtown,” will steer the work of the Authority, which was originally formed in 1983, but has been quiet for nearly a decade. “I have been approached by many people that own property in the community who have complained that Harbor Springs isn’t ‘fun’ any more, that there is little for a young family to do downtown, there are no family style restaurants, there is little variety in the restaurants we do have, few stores open in the evening, there are no places for single adults to hang out (our existing watering holes don’t lend themselves to that),” said Mayor Alan Dika. “There were many groups discussing ways to make our town more fun, more vital, a better place to do business, a better place to live. I hoped to bring these groups together under some sort of umbrella, pool their energy, and be able to implement some of the better ideas being generated. The DDA is a tool at our disposal that can do just that, so I fired it up again,” Dika said. “The DDA was recently given the directive from the City Council to pursue a downtown enhancement strategy that included, among other things, the consideration of a new waterfront plan,” said chair Rob Mossburg. “The request for -CONTINUED on page 2.
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The Declaration of Independence emmet County is our Mission Statement The Constitution New Communications Tower demonstrates inter-agency cooperation is our Business Plan By BETH ANNE PIEHL Harbor Light Community Newsweekly
Springs, off Stutsmanville Road. The land upon which the new tower is rising was owned by the Emmet County Road Commission, and it currently houses a 150-foot communications beacon used mainly by the ECRC to help its drivers communicate. After Bradley discussed CCE’s communications needs with Brian Gutowski, Emmet County Road Commission Manager, the ECRC transferred ownership of the parcel to CCE for construction of a new 350-foot tower, which is in progress. In exchange for the land, the road commission continues to get space on the tower and in the equipment shelter. Prior to the new arrangement, CCE had been renting space at a cost of $1,500 per month on a privately-owned tower at Boyne Highlands. “We were looking to get out
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Whether it’s a road commission truck plowing the wintry way in front of an ambulance racing to the hospital, or multiple regional agencies coordinating a life-saving rescue operation, inter-agency collaboration is paramount to a successful emergency response system. In Emmet, Charlevoix and Cheboygan counties, such cooperation is the norm. “People expect emergency services to be available exactly when they need them,” said Bob Bradley, director of CCE 9-1-1 Central Dispatch. “And they are. We all work hard to ensure that.” The most recent example of how collaboration benefits the region is a new communications tower being constructed north of Harbor
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“This is a perfect example of two units of government working hand-in-hand, and it’s a model in the state and the nation.”
of the rental, because our viUltimately, it’s the residents sion is that we own our own of the tri-county area who towers, which saves money. benefit from projects like the And the Road Commission new tower, which should be O! say can you see by the early in light, needed to replace theirdawn’s tower, operational March. In addiso we started talking,” Bradley tion, the site will also provide What so proudly we hailed “This is a perfect exam- a point for CCE to link with at thesaid. twilight’s last gleaming, ple of two units of government Beaver Island via a microwave Whose broad andand bright stars workingstripes hand-in-hand, system, establishing a better it’s a model in the state and radio network that will benefit through the perilous fight, the nation.” public safety on the island and O’er the ramparts watched, CCE utilizes 17 we towers also some shoreline areas in Emmet County where radio across its three counties; the were so gallantly streaming? CCE stands for Charlevoix, coverage is limited due to And the rockets’Cheboygan red glare, the bombs bursting in air, steep shoreline terrain, and Emmet coun- the Bradley added. Costnight to construct the new Gave proof throughties. the that our flag was still there; “This property is central tower is about $1,000 per foot O! say does that star-spangled banner yet wave, of height, Bradley noted. The to the county,” Bradley said. O’er the land of the andbythe home “Thisof willthe help usbrave? continue to projectfree is funded the surcharge levied on phone bills, provide uninterrupted emerwhich CCE uses specifically gency services throughout the for technology and infrastruc- region.” Bob Bradley, CCE 9-1-1 Director, looks up at the new tower ture upgrades. under construction north of Harbor Springs.(Courtesy photo)
has a cost associated with it. plan City’s recently re-ignitedEverything DDA seeking proposals for downtown
American Life in Poetry
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BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE, 2004-2006
Carol L. Gloor is an attorney living in Chicago and Savanna, Illinois. I especially like this poem of hers for its powerful ending, which fittingly uses the legal language of trusts and estates.
Moment At the moment of my mother’s death I am rinsing frozen chicken. No vision, no rending of the temple curtain, only the soft give of meat. I had not seen her in four days. I thought her better, and the hospital did not call, so I am fresh from an office Christmas party, scotch on my breath as I answer the phone. And in one moment all my past acts become irrevocable. American Life in Poetry is made possible by The Poetry Foundation, publisher of Poetry magazine. It is also supported by the Department of English at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Poem copyright ©2010 by Carol L. Gloor, whose chapbook is Giving Death the Raspberries, Thorntree Press, 1991. Poem reprinted from Calyx: A Journal of Art and Literature by Women, Vol. 25, no. 3, Winter 2010, by permission of Carol L. Gloor and the publisher. Introduction copyright ©2012 by The Poetry Foundation. The introduction’s author, Ted Kooser, served as United States Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress from 2004-2006. We do not accept unsolicited manuscripts.
proposals stresses the importance of engaging full time and seasonal residents, property owners, and the business community in this planning process and the mining of ideas from a variety of resources to formulate a vision for downtown Harbor Springs.” It also will analyze the downtown retail, business, office and residential market, and identify potential economic opportunities for downtown, including possible year-round and off-peak business opportunities. Mossburg said the DDA expects the plan will include a list of specific, prioritized projects and strategies for the revitalization of downtown. Timing for the plan, according to the request for proposals, states the consultant will present final documents to the DDA no later than October 1, 2012. Most Michigan towns with Downtown Development Authorities are funded via a tax increment financing mecha-
nism, which can be used to combined sources, possibly generated by reassessment or Freedom inis not free-it requires continued development to finance fund public improvements including private citizens, new selected improvements withfoundations, The Harbor the downtown district. DDA’s investment from all of us also have the ability to levy a Commission, and the City, “all in the district (in this case, it limited millage (two mills for of whom have emphasized would be the outlined map The presence of1 freedom is not its absence is in of the Downtown District the importance of this felt effort but populations with less than million people) to address and graciously expressed Harbor Springs). The term “taxideological increment” refers to the preliminary interest.” administrative “Weexpenses. have for decades been spending the According to the Michigan additional taxes that could Currently, the Harbor endowment that is American-without making adequate Springs DDA has no operat- Association of Planning, Tax result from private developThis “increment” is to keepFinancing that endowment ing budget. contributions Mossburg said Increment (TIF) ment.whole.” earmarked or “captured” for the group is hopeful Dr. fundsOscar occursE. when a local governRemick (1933-2002) for the study/plan-- required ment freezes the tax base use by the DDA, instead of by the State to be an active within a specific development -CONCLUDED ON NEXT PAGE DDA-- will come from several district and uses the revenues ADVERTISEMENT
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going to other taxing units that otherwise would have received the new tax revenue. All of that language means, simply put, the Harbor Springs DDA can eventually
fund changes and/or revitalization of spaces downtown through this taxing mechanism. However, an enhancement plan must be in place before the DDA can begin to seek tax increment funding.
Mossburg said he expects professional interest in creating the enhancement plan to be high; sorting through the proposals will be the task of the DDA Strategy Committee, who will make recommenda-
tions to the full DDA board as considered important to a vito which firm(s) to invite to brant, sustainable downtown Harbor Springs for interviews. including business attraction The DDA board will then and retention, economic make a selection and engage programming, landscape the winning firm. and streetscape design, “It is expected these in- motorized and pedestrian terviews will take place at a infrastructure, and of course special meeting of the DDA public spaces, including our at a date and time to be de- waterfront,” Mossburg said. termined-- likely in April-“In typical Harbor Springs with the public encouraged fashion,” the DDA chair hours: to attend and provide input added,Store “it is the community Mon - Sat 10:00 - 5:00 | Sun.11:00 - 4:00 to the DDA,” he said. “While and its elected officials that we obviously want to over- clearly have recognized both see an efficient effort and be the need and opportunity, good stewards of donated and support this effort. resources, we are acutely “The best news in all of aware how important it is for this is that we already have all community stakeholders an exceptional downtown participate in this environment, Up to 75% offprocess, everything in theblessed storewith and expect the consultants extraordinary natural beauty, work will take place over the aesthetically pleasing archicourse of several months, tecture, hardworking merincluding the heavily visited chants and friendly residents summer season.” with an emotional concern Mossburg added a signifi- for its well being. We must be Store hours: cant component of the work Monhyper sensitive to protecting - Sat 10:00 - 5:00 | Sun.11:00 - 4:00 will include analyzing the pro- and recognizing our strengths posals that have been made while moving in a direction over the last few months by that improves the vibrancy various groups and individu- and sustainability of our als (placemaking concepts, downtown - unarguably one Harbor Commission water- of our most important comfront plans, etc.). There will munity assets.” also be multiple opportuniRequests for Proposals for ties for direct community the Downtown Enhancement input and idea generating. Plan are available through “Personally, I expect by Tom Richards, Harbor Springs the time this exercise is con- City Manager, citymanager@ cluded we will have taken a cityofharborsprings.com fresh look at many elements
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Produce POND HILL FARM. CSA Shares for sale. $500 for 20 weeks. Visit www. pondhill.com for more information. Fresh produce from our year-round greenhouse. Animals to feed. . Wine Tasting Room 7 days, 11-6 (www. harborspringswinery.com). Farm raised meats and more. Open daily 8 am-6 pm. 5 miles N. of downtown Harbor Springs on M119. www. pondhill.com 231-526-FARM..
Wanted LOOKING FOR OLD PHOTOS OF HORSEBACK RIDING and details about the Little Traverse Bay Riding Academy in Harbor Springs area! Please ID the location and people for publication. Include stories too. Mail to Karin Offield, BreknRidge Farm, 7359 Lake Shore Dr., Harbor Springs, MI. 49740, drop off at the stable or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pets KITTY LITTER (NON-CLUMPING) & cleaning supplies needed at Little Traverse Bay Humane Society. Pine Sol, Lemon Lysol, paper towels, bleach, Windex, scrub brushes, Comet and laundry detergent are items always needed. LTBHS is a no-kill, non-profit shelter, 1300 W. Conway Rd. Hours: Mon-Fri, 10 am-6 pm; Sat 10 am-4 pm. (231) 347-2396
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HARBOR SPRINGS PUBLIC SCHOOLS is looking for a part-time Special Education Inclusion Aide; starting at $9.65 per hour; 5.75 hours per day (7:45 am – 9:30 am and 11:15 pm – 3:15 pm); application form is available at www.harborps.org/employment or at the HSPS Superintendent’s Office at 800 State Road, Harbor Springs, MI 49740; application deadline: Tuesday, February 21st – 4:00 pm EST.
Job Postings 5 positions - Temporary/seasonal work planting, cultivating and harvesting nursery stock, trees, in a balled and burlap tree nursery, operation from 2/15/2012 to 12/15/2012 at Brotzman’s Nursery, Inc., Madison, OH. This job requires a minimum of three months (480 hours) of verifiable prior experience working in a field grown woody ornamental (balled and burlap) nursery and tree production operation, including specifically the operation of 50+ HP nursery equipment. Employer-paid drug testing required. Saturday work required. Must be able to lift/carry 100 pounds. $11.10/hr or current applicable AEWR. Workers are guaranteed ¾ of work hours of total period. Work tools, supplies, equipment supplied by employer without charge to worker. Housing with kitchen facilities provided at no cost to only those workers who are not reasonably able to return same day to their place of residence at time of recruitment. Transportation and subsistence expenses to work site will be paid to nonresident workers not later than upon completion of 50% of the job contract. Interviews required. Apply for this job at nearest State Workforce Agency in state in which this ad appears, or Northwest Michigan Works! Service Center 2225 Summit Park Dr., Petoskey, MI 49770. Provide copy of this ad. Job Order #OH536484.
25 positions - Temporary/seasonal work planting, cultivating and harvesting nursery stock in wholesale nursery, from 2/20/2012 to 11/28/2012 at Willoway Nurseries, Inc., Avon, OH. Six months verifiable previous wholesale nursery experience required. Saturday worked required. Must be able to lift/carry 60 lbs. Employer-paid post-hire drug testing required. Prefer bilingual (English/ Spanish) with ability to read work orders and manuals in English and write reports. $11.34/hr or current applicable AEWR. Workers are guaranteed ¾ of work hours of total period. Work tools, supplies, equipment supplied by employer without charge to worker. Housing with kitchen facilities provided at no cost to only those workers who are not reasonably able to return same day to their place of residence at time of recruitment. Transportation and subsistence expenses to work site will be paid to nonresident workers not later than upon completion of 50% of the job contract. Interviews required. Apply for this job at nearest State Workforce Agency in state in which this ad appears, or Northwest Michigan Works! Service Center 2225 Summit Park Dr., Petoskey, MI 49770. Provide copy of this ad. Job Order #OH536461.
NOTICE OF PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION To the qualified electors of Emmet County, Michigan: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Presidential Primary Election will be held in all voting precincts in Emmet County on Tuesday February 28, 2012, at which time candidates of the Republican Party and Democratic Party, who seek nomination for President of the United States are to be voted for. BE FURTHER NOTIFIED that the following millage proposal will only appear on the ballots of the townships in the Alanson Public School District: ALANSON PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL EXEMPTING PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE AND OTHER PROPERTY EXEMPTED BY LAW 6 MILLS FOR 5 YEARS FOR HEADLEE RESTORATION PURPOSES IF NECESSARY Full text of the ballot proposal may be obtained at the administrative offices of Alanson Public Schools, 7400 North Street, Alanson, Michigan 49706, telephone: 231-548-2261 COUNTY TREASURER’S STATEMENT I, Marilyn May, Treasurer of Emmet County, Michigan, hereby verify that as of December 31, 2012, the records of this office indicate that the total of all voted increases over and above the tax limitation established by the constitution of Michigan, in any local units of government affecting the taxable property located in the Alanson/Littlefield School District Emmet County, MI are as follows: Unit
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This notice is provided in compliance with Michigan election law, MCL 168.648.
115 positions - Temporary/seasonal work, planting, cultivating and harvesting nursery stock in wholesale nursery, from 2/20/2012 to 11/28/2012 at Willoway Nurseries, Inc., Avon, OH. Three months of verifiable previous wholesale nursery experience required. Saturday worked required. Must be able to lift/ carry 60 lbs. Employer-paid post-hire drug testing required. Prefer bilingual (English/Spanish) with ability to read work orders and manuals in English and write reports. $11.10/hr or current applicable AEWR. Workers are guaranteed ¾ of work hours of total period. Work tools, supplies, equipment supplied by employer without charge to worker. Housing with kitchen facilities provided at no cost to only those workers who are not reasonably able to return same day to their place of residence at time of recruitment. Transportation and subsistence expenses to work site will be paid to nonresident workers not later than upon completion of 50% of the job contract. Interviews required. Apply for this job at nearest State Workforce Agency in state in which this ad appears, or Northwest Michigan Works! Service Center 2225 Summit Park Dr., Petoskey, MI 49770. Provide copy of this ad. Job Order #OH536452.
Job Postings 130 positions - Temporary/seasonal work, planting, cultivating and harvesting nursery stock in wholesale nursery, from 2/27/2012 to 7/1/2012 at Willoway Nurseries, Inc., Avon, OH. Three months of verifiable previous wholesale nursery experience required. Saturday worked required. Must be able to lift/ carry 60 lbs. Employer-paid post-hire drug testing required. Prefer bilingual (English/Spanish) with ability to read work orders and manuals in English and write reports. $11.10/hr or current applicable AEWR. Workers are guaranteed ¾ of work hours of total period. Work tools, supplies, equipment supplied by employer without charge to worker. Housing with kitchen facilities provided at no cost to only those workers who are not reasonably able to return same day to their place of residence at time of recruitment. Transportation and subsistence expenses to work site will be paid to nonresident workers not later than upon completion of 50% of the job contract. Interviews required. Apply for this job at nearest State Workforce Agency in state in which this ad appears, or Northwest Michigan Works! Service Center 2225 Summit Park Dr., Petoskey, MI 49770. Provide copy of this ad. Job Order #OH536588.
NOTICE TO BORROWER PURSUANT TO MCL 600.3205a(4) THIS FIRM MAY BE A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED MAY BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. IF YOU ARE A MILITARY SERVICEMEMBER ON ACTIVE DUTY NOW OR IN THE PRIOR NINE MONTHS, PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE. NOTICE is hereby provided to the Borrower(s) regarding the property located at 2485 DEL ROAD, LEVERING, MI 49755. State law requires that you receive the following notice: You have the right to request a meeting with the mortgage holder or mortgage servicer. Pursuant to MCL 600.3205a(1)(c), BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP has designated the Loan Modification Department of Randall S. Miller & Associates, P.C. 43252 Woodward Avenue, Suite 180, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302 at (248) 883-0157 as its agent to serve as the contact under MCL sections 600.3205a-3205c and has the authority to make agreements for a loan modification pursuant to MCL sections 600.3205b and 600.3205c. You may contact a housing counselor by visiting the Michigan State Housing Development Authority’s website at http://www.michigan.gov/mshda or by calling 1-800-A-SHELTER, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, year-round. If you request a meeting with the designated agent, foreclosure proceedings will not start until 90 days after the notice required by MCL 600.3205a was mailed to your last known address, subject to the provisions of MCL 600.3205b. If an agreement to modify the mortgage is reached and you abide by the terms of the agreement, the mortgage will not be foreclosed. You have the right to contact an attorney. If you do not have an attorney, the telephone number for the Michigan State Bar Lawyer Referral Service is (800) 968-0738. Notice given by: Randall S. Miller Randall S. Miller & Associates, P.C. 43252 Woodward Avenue, Suite 180 Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302 248-883-0157 (Loan ModificaCITY OF HARBOR SPRINGSDated: February tion Dept.) email@example.com Case No. 12MI00324-1 15, 2012 (02-15)
Polls will be open at 7:00 AM and will close at 8:00 PM on February 28, 2012, at the following polling locations: CITY OF HARBOR SPRINGS CITY COUNCIL MEETING SYNOPSIS February 6, 2012 1. All Council members were present. 2. Council approved the January 16, 2012 regular City Council meeting minutes as amended. 3. Council approved bills in the amount of $763,692.23. 4. Council denied committing the Shay Waterworks Park for the District Library/Community Center location. 5. Council approved the “Resolution to Set the City of Harbor Springs Poverty Exemption Guidelines”. 6. Council approved the “Resolution Authorizing Issuance of 2012 Refunding Bonds (LTGO)”. 7. Council, by consensus, directed the City Attorney to draft an agreement which would authorize and set the conditions for the Harbor Springs Car Care to pile snow in the right-of-way on the north side of West Lake Street. 8. Council approved the “Resolution to Endorse the Full Allocation of Funds by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for On-going Dredging Activities from the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund”. 9. Mayor Dika adjourned the meeting at 8:19 p.m. Ronald B. McRae City Clerk
This notice is given on behalf of the city and township clerks in Emmet County. ALL PRECINCTS IN EMMET COUNTY ARE BARRIER FREE
LocaL Notes Sherriff Announces Homeland Security Project Emmet County Sheriff Peter A. Wallin is pleased to announce that a Homeland Security Project, he sponsored, has been approved for the enhancement of interoperable communications for local law enforcement agencies in Charlevoix, Cheboygan, and Emmet Counties. This project went through a competitive review and was subsequently awarded $70,000. This project will provide big benefits to local law enforcement agencies by equipping their officers with upgraded public safety radio equipment and increasing communications interoperability with neighboring agencies. Sheriff Wallin also wanted to acknowledge that his project would not have been possible without the hard work of Gregory Williams, Director of the Office of Emergency Management for Charlevoix, Cheboygan, and Emmet Counties.
Manna announces third annual winter fundraiser, Feb. 21 The Manna Food Project will be holding their third annual wintertime fundraiser on Tuesday, February 21 at cava in Bay Harbor (5-8pm). Great restaurant, Great cause is offering a new experience this year featuring a gaming atmosphere to coincide with the merriment of Fat Tuesday. Guests will enjoy fabulous appetizer fare by cava, cash bar, games, live music graciously donated by Chris Koury, a door prize drawing, and a silent auction of local services such as yoga lessons, landscape plantings, photography sessions, and cooking lessons. The focus of this year’s event is to bring continued awareness to the Manna operation and the pantries they service. The Manna Food Project is currently celebrating their 25th year serving the needy in Northern Michigan. The organization, which began in 1987 as the idea for a small soup kitchen, currently oversees the procurement and monthly distribution of over 140,000 pounds of food, helping to feed close to 3400 families in Antrim, Emmet, and Charlevoix counties each month. Admission to the Great restaurant, Great cause event is $20 per guest. Email manna@ mannafoodproject.org or call 231-347-8852 to rsvp. For additional information on The Manna Food Project, please visit www.mannafoodproject.org or www.facebook. com/mannafoodproject
LTBHS Snowshoe Benefit Grab your snowshoes and your furry four-legged friend for a picturesque walk with Little Traverse Bay Humane Society. The PB&J Furry Friend Showshoe Benefit will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, February 18, 2012 at PB&J Farm, located just north of Stutsmanville Road at 2101 Welsheimer Road in Harbor Springs. Snowshoe routes range in distance from approximately a half a mile to five miles and vary in difficulty. To reserve snowshoes, please call Little Traverse Bay Humane Society at 231.347.2396. The cost to participate is $20 in advance or $25 at the event. There is no fee for children 12 and under, although every donation is appreciated. For more information, please call 231.347.2396 or visit ltbhs.com.
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Harbor Springs...Now and Then Musings, memories & news about you By CYNTHIA MORSE ZUMBAUGH firstname.lastname@example.org | 231.526.7842 Remember the old poster/ bumper sticker quote, “Practice random acts of kindness and senseless acts of beauty?” I know I have hit this subject before, but I never fail to be amazed at the generosity of our community, where this attitude is a part of daily life. I spent part of Sunday afternoon at the 4-H center at the Emmet County Fairgrounds at a fund raiser for Brother Dan’s Food Pantry. This is the third year for this annual event and it was amazing. The place was packed full of people who had paid to attend, many of whom were not particularly affluent, simply every day people willing to share. Some of the premier bands/entertainers in the area donated their time, there was wonderful food from many businesses and a small army of volunteers working
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constantly to be sure that the buffet was always full. In addition, there was a silent auction with gifts and services donated by businesses and individuals. Everyone there had in some way or another assisted in the cause of raising money to help insure their neighbors had food on their tables in these difficult times. Next week, there is a similar event for the Manna Project; I have no doubt that it will be a resounding success. There are two fundraising events this month for the Little Traverse Bay Humane Society, both of which will be well attended and well funded. Fund raisers held for someone who is sick or for a family who has lost someone and is having trouble meeting their bills or for a family that has lost their home to fire are always well attended and very successful. I know from personal experience that when my parents’ home burned down, they were overwhelmed by the compassion and generosity of their friends and neighbors; there was no fundraiser, people just took it upon themselves to offer donations. Jeri Paige Wilson shared that over Christmas, people would come in to K-Mart and pay off lay-aways for random, anonymous people; when the buyers came to pick up their merchandise, there was no balance due. What a special Christmas present that was for some struggling families. I’ve heard stories from the staffs of the fast-food restaurants of people going through the drive through and paying for their own food and for the car behind them; I’m told that also happens at the toll booth on the Mackinac Bridge. I happened to stop into both the Salvation Army and the Manna Project offices just before Christmas and the sheer number of volunteers was awesome, people giving not just their money but also their time. In these days when it seems that news outlets tend to cover only the horrific, head-
line grabbing stories, I am convinced that there is just as much good going on, it just doesn’t seem to merit the same press. And maybe it is true everywhere. I can’t attest to that, but here, we take care of our own; that is what being part of a community means to me. When left to their own devices and choices, people are always willing to dig a little deeper and give, even if it means going without a little for themselves. Helping out your neighbor can mean at-
tending an event like the ones mentioned here or simply dropping off a batch of soup when someone is sick or offering to baby-sit because someone needs a break. I know of several cases in the last year of virtual search parties helping to look for lost pets. It happens here every day to no fanfare or recognition. I hear people complain about living in small towns because everyone knows your business. That may be true, but it’s comforting to know that they
Obituaries Warren Avis, Jr. Warren E. Avis, Jr. a longtime resident of Palm Beach, Florida and Harbor Springs, Michigan, died Friday, February 3, 2012 after a battle with melanoma. He was 61. Born, June 25, 1950, in Detroit, Michigan, he was the son of Susan Packer Bauman of Palm Beach, Florida and the late Warren Edward Avis, Sr. of Michigan. He attended Cranbrook Schools in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan and was a graduate of University School, in Hunting Valley, Ohio. He earned his bachelor’s degree at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, and his Juris Doctor from University of Detroit. Mr. Avis was the president and owner of Avis & Avis, P.A. in Palm Beach, Florida since 1989. He was an accomplished athlete, excelling in skiing, mountain biking, shooting, flying, sailing, and paddle boarding. He was an avid outdoorsman and hunter. He was involved with the Boys Scouts of America. Mr. Avis was a member of the Bath & Tennis Club and Sailfish Club in Palm Beach, Florida and the Birchwood Farms Golf & Country Club in Harbor Springs, Michigan. In addition to his wife of 26 years, Deborah Kah Avis, he is survived by his two sons, Warren Edward Avis, III, and William Evan Avis of Palm Beach, Florida; his mother Susan P. Bauman, of Palm Beach, Florida, his brothers, Wayne Evan Avis, of Birmingham, Michigan, Nevin Packer Bauman, of Palm Beach, Florida, and sister, Wendy Ellen Avis-King, of Moreland Hills, Ohio. He will be entombed in his family’s mausoleum at White Chapel, in Troy, Michigan with a private Mass. A memorial service in Palm Beach, Florida will be held in the spring. Donations in his memory may be made to The Episcopal Church of Bethesda-By-The-Sea, 141 South County Road, Palm Beach, Florida or to the Gulf Stream Council of the Boys Scouts of America, 8335 North Military Trail, West Palm Beach, Florida 33410. View obituary and share memories at www.DesmondFuneralHome.com
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John W. Dyer, 96 of Chicago and long time resident of Petoskey/Bay View and Wequetonsing, passed away on February 8, 2012 at his daughters’ home in Petoskey, surrounded by his loving family. John was born on July 15, 1915 in New York City, the son of Malcolm Peter and Freda Decker. He grew up in Hoopeston, IL and attended Northwestern University in Evanston, IL and the University of Arizona before returning to Northwestern University in Evanston and completing his BA, but it was at the Acoustic Guitar/Voice Exceptional Service with Professional Care folk.blues.jazz University of Arizona that he met the love of his life, Ruth Crist. • Rental management of fine homes, condominiums and cottages 439 Pine Street John enlisted in the US Army at the rank of Private in 1940 • Maintenance Care and Housekeeping Services Harbor Springs, MI 49740 and was shipped to a line company in the 19th Engineers. With email@example.com • Condominium HOA Management the&attack on Pearl Harbor, John’s single year enlistment was Don’t miss Hank & Stan with Bo White the Tarczon Bros. cancelled and&he was sent to Engineers School and attached Rhythm Section (Herb Glahn + Bob Bowne = “Hank Stan”) 6789 S Lakeshore Dr. - Harbor Springs Saturday, Sept. 12 - From 8pm before 12am to-the 20th Engineers as a 2nd Lt. On June 28, 1942, just days info@HolidayVacationRentals.com • www.HolidayVacationRentals.com At Little Traverse Bay Golf Club (into the tent) prior him being shipped overseas to Europe, John married Free-will offerings for Manna Food Project encouraged Ruth inare Chicago, IL. John was then attached to the 816th Army Engineers Aviation Battalion where he served at the Adjutant of his Battalion. John took part in the Normandy landing and helped build the first operational fighter bomber base on the beach head. In January of 1945, John returned stateside and transferred to the United States Army Reserve, and began his civilian life with Ruth. John opened an Avion Travel Trailer Dealership, in conjunction with Paradise Park, trailer park in the Chicago area. In 1968, John sold his dealership and retired from the Army Reserves as a Lt. Col and completely changed his path in life. John became a Spanish Teacher and Wrestling Coach at the St. Laurence High School in Burbank, IL, and during his 25 year tenure, became the Head of the Language Department. John was a member of the Sigma Chi, the Bay View Association. He enjoyed fishing, boating, crossword puzzles, reading and taking long walks. John’s greatest love was spending time with his family and he treasured all the time he was able to spend with his grandchildren and great grandchildren. Join us for some John is survived by his wife of 69 years, Ruth; 2 children, John Christopher Dyer of Chicago, IL and Jennifer Ruth Drinkall of Petoskey; 5 grandchildren, Elsa (Sekhar) Chandra, Debbie (Gil) fun @ Paws and Claws Boarding and Bath, Inc. Duran, Rev. Mark (Tanya) Drinkall, Scott Drinkall, and Roger Drinkall; 6 great grandchildren, Naathan, Mackenzie, Gavin featuring: John, Brielle, Charlotte, and Sophia; and by a cousin, Curtis Open Agility for beginners and experienced pets, Campbell of Danville, IL. daycare, boarding, grooming, training and more. A memorial service celebrating John’s life will be held on Saturday, February 11th at 1:00pm at the Emmanuel Evangelical Visit us on line @ www.harborpawsandclaws.com, Church in Petoskey with Rev. Mark Drinkall and Rev. Robert call or stop by anytime no appointment necessary! Elder officiating. The family will receive friends at the church on Saturday from 12:00pm (Noon) until the time of service. The family requests that donations in Johns memory be directed to the Emmanuel Evangelical Church in Petoskey or The Nature Conservancy of Hawai’i at 923 Nu`uanu Avenue Honolulu, HI 96817
will be there for you because they not only know your business, they care about it. You can have your anonymous city living; I like living where, to borrow a television tune, everybody knows your name. Got a note this week from Lana Hamlin Tompkins asking if we could mention that her son, Brandon Cavitch, and Amy Umlor became engaged recently and are planning a 2013 wedding. Congratulations and best wishes to Brandon and Amy. Jeremy and Kelly Flynn Neer received a wonderful early Valentine with the arrival of Brody Joseph Neer on Friday, February 10th. Brody was seven pounds, 10 ounces and twenty-one and a half inches long (sounds like a future basketball player.) He was welcomed into the family by older brothers Jack and Andrew. Maternal grandparents are our own Joe and Julie Flynn, paternal grandparents are Art and Deb Neer and Clare VanLaan, all of Boyne City. Happy Birthday on Thursday, February 16th to Jon Marihugh and on Sunday, February 19th, to Tami Keller and Will Morse. On Monday, Happy Birthday to the most eligible bachelor in the area, our own T.O., aka Tim Olson, on Tuesday, February 21st, Happy Birthday to Kenda Morse Cleven and on Wednesday, February 22nd, to John Cupps and to Susan Riley Sanderson. Hope you all have wonderful days. Share your news with Cynthia, firstname.lastname@example.org 231.56.7842
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Join us for a fun and educational evening for the heart on Wednesday, February 29 from 4 - 7 SPECIAL TO HARBOR LIGHT NEWSPAPER live andWellness silent auctions as Dialysis mirror Center. and two cedar p.m. at the John and Marnie Demmer Pavilion and Golf packages, hand-crafted part of a Saturday, April 17, Adirondack chairs; a gift cerThe evening will include health screenings, cooking and exercise demonstrations, selffurniture, jewelry, salon prod- fund-raiser to support a local tificate for sky diving or a guided healing arts tour, and opportunities to talk with professionals that care for and treat ucts, lawn maintenance and woman undergoing treatment scenic aerial tour; handmade WEEK'S HIGH the heart and vascular system every day. The event is free to the public and will include light fertilizing, and pet grooming for cancer. quilts, table cloths and other on Mon, April 12 refreshments, chair massages, door prizes and more. Because some of the exercise sessions supplies and products are Amy Peterson, 35, of Harbor products; gift certificates to WEEK’S HIGH are interactive, those who plan to participate are encouraged to dress comfortably. just a few of the many items Springs has breast cancer and numerous area restaurants; a On Thurs., Feb. 9 Specific breakout sessions include: that will be offered during is facing approximately one portable BBQ grill; a pig roast; F • Supporting the Cardiac Patient at Home presented by Laura Daniel, RN, MSN, and Susan year of treatment along with 10 cords of pole wood; jewBillings, RN, MSN of VitalCare WEEK'S LOW Locks Love special . . . events chemotherapy. She has no elry including earrings, braceBiological Station Weekendofculinary WEEK’S LOW • Vascular Health presented by Andris Kazmers, MD, board certified vascular surgeon health insurance coverage lets and necklaces; and much, on On Sat,Sat., April 1011 enrichment Rachel Morris, 18,holiday a Feb. On Sunday of this weekend, there will be many chances offers • Minimally Invasive Valve Procedures presented by Chris Akins, MD, board certified carand the April 17 benefit will much more! senior courses for adults for thoseatoutHarbor and about to sample some area cooking: diovascular and thoracic surgeon help support her during treat“We are very, very pleased Springs High School Holy Cross Church in Cross Village will be hosting a Pancake “We are very pleased to offer an evening for the heart that not only includes heart health F The University of Michigan ment and recovery. The benwith the number and quality had 20” ofon her hair Feb. 19 from 8-11 am in the Fr. Al Parish education and screenings, but exercise demonstrations that encourage Breakfast Sunday, We hope We welcome visitors to our Biological Station will offer efit is sponsored by VFW Post of itemsparticipation. we’ve received for was back to much more cut off .Breakfast on April includes 9, Center 2 eggs, 2 sausages, all the pancakes two thatmini-courses those in attendance will leave with new knowledge on how to keep their hearts healthy,” It town for adult this Presidents Day 2051 and American Legion the live and silent auctions,” seasonal conditions this past 2010 with help you can eatthe along with coffee, tea, hot chocolate and orange enrichment said Reeziein DeVet, CEO of Northern Michigan Regional Hospital. June. President and weekend. We have been getPost 281. said Roger Mays, Building week with night time temof Madge Heinz$3.50 at for children under 12. All welcome! juice. $6 adults, Forest and Landscape Ecolting periods of snow, mostly The numerous local resi- Manager and Quartermaster/ peratures hovering at or beThe Hair House Legion, of United “Check-off” Local Communities The American Harbor Springs will also be serving ogy asks,Way “Why do plantsAids of the 2-3 inch variety but dents involved in collecting Chief Financial Officer for low the freezing mark while Harbor breakfast atSprings. the Legion Hall (corner of State & Third, downtown) grow they Whilewhere you fill outdo?” your Sus2011 Michigan return forms, forget “check off” for the it does make the area look donationstax from area busi-don’t VFW Postto2051. “Individuals warming to the mid-50s durRachel send9 her on Feb will 19 from am-noon. All welcome. For more information tainable Urbanism: Urban United Way Fund. This is a quick way for Michigan residents to use their tax returns easily more like February rather nesses and community resi- and businesses in ourtocoming the day. We had some cut hairLegion alongat to call the 526-2551. Design examdonatewith to theNature, United Way Fund, which have was created to moderate Michigan than early spring. The skiing dents beento help over-lowmunity have income been outstandrain, about 3” of wet snow Locks Love, a Later of in the afternoon on Sunday, 2-4 pm, the Harbor Springs ines the links between human families with basic needs like food, clothing andoutpouring shelter. has been good and this past whelmed by the ing with their support. There which disappeared quite non-profit organizaArea Chili Cook Off will take place at Stafford’s Pier Restaurant. settlement patterns “The United Way and Fundcliis a of check-off option for Michigan will tax-payers again this year,” ex-quickly weekbut we even had a couple community support. be something for everydid remind us it is of tion, where willservice be made into a hair a child Amateur and it food professionals willpiece cookfor up some of mate change. plains Martha Lancaster, Executive of Char-Em Way. “Although there arestillsunny days which were most Just aDirector few of the items forUnited one at the benefit,” he said. only April. Condtions suffering long-term medical loss.chosen And Rachel a the area’sfrom best as they compete forhair awards by thehas folks Both classes are taught on-thethe many other great options, United an easy way to impact a wide range of remain welcomed by all!! Predictions live Way and Fund silentisauction Mays also wanted the comdry - predictions of fun hair style to enjoy! (Courtesy Photo) whonew attend. Tickets are $8 per person. Those attending are site at and near the University community needs with one donation. ofboat the check-offs tax-payers in this Charlevoix and rain areatfor light off week and on include: All float rental; Thefrom munity to know is the first the endsnow of the asked to bring non-perishables to support the Harbor Springs ofEmmet Michigan Biological Counties will beStareturned Char-Em United usedthat to support basicLegion humanhopefully for the may rest of the week with Pier to Pointer boat rides;Way golfand time American The Northern Michigan Chorale announces their annual produce those Community food pantry. For more info call the Harbor Springs tion which located on the packages from several area Post 281 and VFW Post 2051 services inisour community.” some lake-effect kicking Vocal Music Scholarship grant. These scholarships are April showers needed to en- in Chamber of Commerce 526-7999. south side of can Douglas Lake Tax-payers indicate if they wouldhand-crafted like to donatefurniall or part of their returnscourage on Thursday. Enjoy thetofun resorts; have comeMichigan together tax to sponavailable for anyone of high school age or older. Applicants our spring things near Pellston. tax return.a The funds donated will be returned to the tax-burst of winter ture including picnic table, sor an event. Fall 2011 Superior Dean’s List need to beLake a resident of State Northern Michigan. Letters of on Form 4642 of their state income forth. in Harbor Springs! Mini-Courses allow inapplication areState dueUniversity by Friday, May 7, 2010 their and Fall need to payer’s local United Way, based on the zip code of their filing address. Lake Superior has announced 2011 Weather highlights depth study anearmarked environ- to directly benefit needy families in our community,” continues “The fundsofare Weather include name, address phone number. Also,Springs: in the brought to you weekly by: Dean’s List which includesand the following from Harbor mental topic in need a friendly, Lancaster. “The in Northern Michigan is still great and making a donation to help ease Highlights application letter,SO specify the planned use for the grant - such Jacob Brushaber, majoring in Pre-Nursing; Matthew Elya, supportive atmosphere. They easier! This year, be sure to “check off” for thebrought to you Salutes as lessons or music camp assistance. students the burden so many are facing has never been Community JR,vocal Fisheries Wildlife Management; Rose Ward,Vocal SO, mathematare taught by individuals who United Way Fund.” each week by: and High School applicants should provide a letter of ics; Melissa York, FR, Liberal Arts. are For leaders their field and moreininformation, contact Char-Em United Way at 231-487-1006 or by email at: info@ recommendation from your music instructor. Auditions will are well acquainted with the Appreciates volunteers Griefplace Sharing Support Group take on Mon, May 17 at 7:00 pm at the Petoskey United charmeunitedway.org. Biological Station and NorthMethodist Church, 1804Sharing E. Mitchell. of Harbor Hall Auxiliary Card Party Feb. 23 A reminder that a Grief Support Send Groupletters will begin ern Michigan. Scientists, As an unknown writer said, “When work, commitment and application to Northern Chorale, Box 51, Petoskey, meeting on Thursday FebMichigan 23 at the First Presbyterian Church of teachers and “laymen” inter- pleasure all become one and you reach that deep well where Harbor Hall Auxiliary invites you to join them for their annual Card Party on Thursday, FebruMI 49770. For more information, Meredith Richter at Harbor Springs from 12:30 to 1:30contact and will meet every Thursested inatlearning something passion lives, nothing is impossible”. Theafternoon volunteers the ary 23 Teddy Griffin’s Roadhouse from 11:30 to 3:30.. It will be a fun ofof Bridge, 347-9717. day for support, sharing and learning. Diane MacKenzie and new have all benefitted from Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan, Inc. (WRC) cards and table games and a fabulous salad lunch. To make your reservation call Mary Beth Eileen Lindsley facilitate. Diane: Mini-Courses. are apartner shining example passion translates into The folks at Holywill Cross Parish in Cross526-1446. Village willNo bereligious hosting the Soellner, 526-0301 with your table names and toof gethow further information on sending affiliaton is necessary. The payment Biologicalof Station of- possibility. The WRC was founded in 1977 by community a Pancake/Egg/Sausage breakfast on Sunday, April 18, your $20. serving from 8-11 am in the Fr. Al Parish Center. Cost is $5 fers spring and summer members who had a dream of building an agency committed Happy Birthday Sampled at Irish Boat Shop Knights of Columbus which includes all the pancakes you can eat! Contact Sue classes for college students to equality, justice and the well-being of women in Northern on Monday, Feb. 13 Grand Knight Robert Shagonaby of Knights of Columbus Council #16021 in Harbor Springs Happy week late but never too late, go and is the site of many Michigan. Their passion bloomed into the formation of the Parson at Birthday 526-2874 wishes, for morea information. recently presented checks totaling $489.77 each to Linda Richards, representing the Harbor Last week: 33º out to Louise and Charlotte McCarty down in Rochester Hills. research projects conducted organization’s multitude of human service programs and Temperature: Springs Schools Special Education Department and to Anne Elise Mair of the Michigan DysCharlotte was delighted to Lauer celebrate her second birthday Happy Birthday to Frank who celebrates on April- her 15 by scientists from across the lives on 33 years later through the hard work and Brought to you courtesy of lexia Institute. These donations were made possible as a result of the annual Tootsie Roll Drive mother a few more than that. There was lots of cake eating, country. For more informafrom your family and friends. commitment of the many volunteers who continue to actively which was conducted at various locations throughout Harbor Springs. The Knights wish to Irish Boat hand clapping, and cheersher for the birthday F Shop Hana Ketterer dancing, will be celebrating birthday ongirls. AprilLove 16 tion on the Biological Station support the agency. thank all who made this year’s Drive a success. www.irishboatshop.com to them both from their Harbor Springs connections. www.lsa.umich.edu/umbs/. with her family and friends - have a great day! During National Volunteer Week, April 18-24, the WRC Sampled celebrates the many accomplishments of our volunteer team. at Irish Boat Shop Answer to last week’s puzzle Over 4,800 hours of service were donated to the agency in the Monday, Apr. 12 Answer to last week’s puzzle past year through the dedication of our volunteers. Our volunteer staff support families at the Safe Home, ring up Last week: LIQUID ICE sales and stock merchandise at the Gold Mine Resale Shops, Brought to you courtesy of serve on the Board of Directors, assist with agency mailings, Irish Boat Shop answer the 24-hour crisis phone line, style hair at the Safe www.irishboatshop.com Home, do facility upkeep and maintenance, and other Book Cellar important tasks. Updates and Harbor Springs’ Our volunteers touch the lives of hundreds of individuals Seasonal Residents directory additions, Read Own Book Store and families served by the WRC in Antrim, Charlevoix, Call Ruth 526-2191 Between the Don’t forget to change your Open Daily • Year ‘Round Cheboygan, Emmet, and Otsego counties. Last year alone, the Covers! RELEASE DATE—Sunday, February 12, 2012 address with us if you are The Catholic Communities of WRC provided safety and advocacy to 595 victims of domestic 152 East Main Street Harbor Springs moving to or from L’ A rbre Croche abuse in Northern Michigan including 2,727 nights of Telephone 231.526.6658 Harbor MASS Springs SCHEDULE housing provided to 167 women and children at the Safe Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Nichols Lewis St. John’s Episcopal Church Call (231) 526-2191 Holy Childhood of Jesus Church, Home. The support of our volunteers a critical role in 89 Castaway’s 119 Make the grade 16 Embarrassed “KINDA, SORTA” 48 R&B-influenced 86 Not-so-subtle Juneplays 19 - Sept. 4 Harbornews@ Springs confines 120 Pasty-faced By BONNIE L. flock genre performer the agency’s ability to provide theseSunday vital services Services: to those in Saturday 5:00 pm; Sunday 8:30 am ncpublish.com 90 Vocal style that 121 Green-egg GENTRY managers? 50 How actors 88 “Lost in need. 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A Harbor Springs Landmark since 1972 6918 M-119: Spectacular mid-century contemporary home on an incredible Lake view lot. Completely remodeled throughout with an open floor plan and efficient, custom features designed to capture the view. Features include 2 fireplaces, sauna, hot tub, media room and decks built for views and entertaining. Entry is purposefully discrete - must be seen to be appreciated. (MLS# 432101) $763,000
3955 S. Pleasantview: Lots of possibilities with this chalet: Great for a weekend getaway, first time home or investment property. The lower level has an efficiency apartment to use for guests. It’s close to skiing and golf allowing wonderful recreational opportunities. Furnishings may be available. (MLS #417901) $49,900
4089 Lightfoot Road: 2800 Sq Ft of well designed living space on a beautiful 8+ acre parcel. This Cape Cod style home has 3 bedrooms (master bedroom on the main floor), 2.5 baths, a covered front porch to view the sunsets over the countryside - or views of the sunrise from your kitchen window or back deck. Tons of storage. Walk out lower level. 2-car attached garage. 5 minute drive to town. (MLS #425236) $239,900
5366 Snowmass Trail: Cozy Harbor Springs home next to Boyne Highlands and Nubs Nob. Being offered fully furnished with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, bonus room over garage, fireplace, central air, sauna, mud room, paved drive and large lot. (MLS #422096) Reduced to $176,900
6208 Trillium Trail: This newly renovated home offers the unique opportunity to own 10 wooded acres overlooking Lake Michigan complete with private beach access. Views of the water can be enjoyed throughout the house, or from the large deck and private gazebo. The home features a living room with cathedral ceilings, custom kitchen with designer appliances, and a large master suite on the main level. Updated to impeccable standards, quality materials and fine craftsmanship are found at every turn. The natural setting and unmatched privacy combine to create a wonderful living experience just minutes from downtown Harbor Springs. (MLS# 429859) $1,395,000
Cook Point: Outstanding waterfront building site located just two miles from Harbor Springs. This lot offers panoramic views of Little Traverse Bay, 150 feet of white sandy beach and a private drive. (MLS# 428727) $595,000
5865 Trillium Trail: Imagine sitting on your front porch surrounded by 7½ acres of woods (witn an active eagles nest nearby), offering tranquil views of the pond and rolling countryside. Enjoy your privacy in this gated community with tennis courts and Association beach on Lake Michigan! $6,000 transfer fee at close (if sold to an existing property owner in the Associatin, fee is waived). Seller financing available. (MLS#428784) $139,000
7114 Lightfoot Road: Three bedroom, 2 bath ranch home located in a secluded wooded setting. Large attached 2-car garage, 1847 finished square feet, brick wood-burning fireplace, partially finished basement, spacious kitchen, living room and dining room. Many Pella casement windows throughout allow for lots of natural light. Beautifully landscaped with large maple and spruce trees. (MLS #430998) $210,000
5461 Windigo : Appealing westernmost end unit in Windward features a main floor master suite, 1.5 baths down and a 2nd floor with a full bath, 2 bedrooms, loft, and lots of storage - updated with new paint, carpet, and appliances. A tremendous view of the bay and located closest to the Windward Lake, clubhouse, pool and tennis courts. (MLS #431497) $280,000
4677 Camelot Drive #17: End unit overlooking the pond - well maintained and decorated. Being sold turn key - rent this unit when you are not able to enjoy it. Wood burning fireplace - could sleep 12+ without feeling cramped. (MLS# 430206) $210,000
360 W. Bluff: Well maintained West Bluff home on a large lot with outstanding views of Little Traverse Bay. Open floor plan, main floor master bedroom, covered front porch, paved drive and located close to all Harbor Springs amenities. (MLS #429344) $279,000
PRI 341 2nd St.: Classic newer home below the Bluff and close to everything. Five full baths, one half bath, four bedrooms, high quality kitchen and baths. Lovely finished lower level. Large front porch - this very comfortable home must be seen to be appreciated. (MLS #429561) $895,000
5303 Aspen Way: This recently remodeled cottage is close to Northern Michigan’s finest skiing and golfing resorts. Features include a spacious master suite with a large walk-in closet, open floor plan, full bathroom for each bedroom, 1.5-car garage, paved drive, new kitchen with maple cabinets and new flooring throughout. (MLS# 431411) $154,900
298 Winter Park: Year around home next to Nubs Nob. Four bedrooms, 2½ baths, fireplace, family room, vaulted wood ceilings, family room, large finished lower level, paved drive, deep wooded lot. Being offered furnished at (MLS# 430970) $250,000
1185 Hideaway Valley Road #50: This condominium has been kept in wonderful condition. Recent paint and carpet promote a fresh, comfortable fees. Great location near skiing, snowmobiling and golf with a short drive to Harbor Springs or Petoskey. Being offered furnished, this is the perfect up-north getaway. (MLS# 431784) $157,900
824 Pennsylvania Ave. : Great Price! Great in-town location! Just a short walk to town and the beach. Completely remodeled 2 bedroom 2 bath condominium with spacious main floor living. Offering new cabinets, appliances, flooring and fieldstone fireplace - this unit is also accessible by elevator. Seller motivated - bring all offers. Land Contract option with the right offer. (MLS# 431199) $160,000
6375 Juniper Lane: Immaculately kept 4 bedroom 2½ bath home with wonderful countryside views on 4+ acres. This home features a main floor master suite, great room with vaulted ceilings and fieldstone fireplace, hardwood floors, maple cabinets, finished walkout lower level with large family room all located between Harbor Springs and some of Northern Michigan’s finest skiing and golf resorts. (MLS# 429431) $399,000
524 E. Bay Street #2: Wonderful all first floor two bedroom two bath Marina Village condominium uit. with a large kitchen plus patio/porch. Located near downtown Harbor Springs with expansive views of the Harbor over the Walstrom Basin. (MLS# 431304) $525,000
Pete’s Run: MOTIVATED SELLER. Ranch home on one acre lot with three bedrooms, 2 baths, spacious living room, stone fireplace, patio, 2-car garage and nice size basement. (MLS# 422028) $175,000
5313 Alphof: European style chalet located right at the base of Nubs Nob, just steps away from the ski lift. This 3 bedroom 2 bath chalet features wonderful views of the ski slopes, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, large foyer/family room, heated master bath tile floor, pine cathedral ceilings and is being offered nicely furnished with a few exclusions. (MLS# 428479) $275,000
10801 Rogers Road, Alanson: Enjoy the privacy of country living in this comfortable 2-bedroom 2-bath home. This 20 acre parcel features 2 fenced pastures plus paddock, 36 x 75 Morton pole barn with electric, water and 2 horse stalls. The open floor plan includes a lower level walkout that is plumbed for a bath and ready to be finished, a cozy wood-burning fireplace with beautiful stone work, 2 covered porches and a deck off the dining room. (MLS# 430589) $379,000
575 E. Bay St. #4: Enjoy life on a quiet corner of Harbor Springs. This 2 bedroom home features a new floor plan with a main floor master suite, cathedral ceilings in the living room, beautiful wood floors, gas fireplace, one car detached garage - and so cute! (MLS# 400925) $300,000
1022 Harrison: Neat, clean three bedroom ranch home in town close to schools and shopping. Full basement, deck, 2-car garage/workshop, paved drive, fenced yard. (MLS# 428719) $129,000
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7726 E. Lake, Alanson: Wonderful year around home or up-north get-away located just 1 block from Northern Michigan’s Inland Waterway, close to snowmobile trails, ski areas and lots of golf courses. Features include 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, large insulated and heated work shop, pole building, and a security system on both the house and barn - all on 2.23 acres. (MLS# 430035) $129,900
652 Traverse St.: Below the bluff Harbor Springs home. This home has two bedrooms, one bath and needs lots of TLC. One-car garage. Just a short walk to downtown and the waterfront. (MLS# 431052) $125,000
PRI 12666 Kings Point Road, Alanson: Well cared for ranch home with 103 feet of sandy bottom frontage on Burt Lake. This home features an eat-in kitchen, living room with see through fireplace, large walkout finished basement with second fireplace and bar area, second garage on lake side great for storing toys and an additional lot across the road. (MLS 430390) $475,000
2893 Pleasantview Road: Custom built 3 bedroom 2½ bath home on 3.25 acres north of Harbor Springs. This home features separate living room and family room on the main level, wood and flagstone flooring, master suite, fireplace, walkout basement plumbed for an additional bathroom, 2½ car garage and wonderful country views. (MLS#427749) $169,900
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PRI 2560 Liegl Drive, Alanson: Perfect starter or retirement home. Two or three bedrooms, 2 full baths, gas fireplace, cathedral ceilings, nice sized deck are just a few features that makes this a wonderful home. Convenient location with easy access to Petoskey or Harbor Springs. (MLS# 430763) $115,000
7147 Center St., Alanson: Cozy ranch style home on a large lots with tons of potential. This 3 bedroom ranch has wood floors, large living room and kitchen, separate dining area and the basement has been started to be finished and with a little work would add tons of extra living space. (MLS# 431838) $64,900
PRI 417 Loveland: Newer Harbor Springs home in the heart of golf and ski area. Priced below market value - Seller very motivated. Three bedroom, 2½ baths, fireplace, vaulted ceiling, deck and garage. Extra lot available at $15,000. (MLS# 432261) $185,000
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2621 Waboose Way: Nestled in a sheltered cove on Lake Michigan just north of Good Hart, this year-around home is located in Chippewa Cove Woods. Master suite on the first floor and a guest suite upstairs. Beautiful stone fireplace, new kitchen, baths and stairway, large deck with hot tub and many other quality features. Insulated and heated outbuilding could be possible guest quarters. (MLS #422474) $599,000
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Swirl at Crooked Tree Arts Center View Area Property for sale online | Search by MLS # www.CBGreatLakes.com • 231-526-1100 HARBOR SPRINGS | MLS #428713 | $1,250,000
HARBOR SPRINGS | MLS #416005 | $144,000
PETOSKEY | MLS #432462 | $84,900
Year-round home in Menonaqua Beach with large living areas, great lake and stream views, an elevator and 3 fireplaces. Located between Harbor Springs and Petoskey, close to all area amenities. JOHN CARR (231) 526-4000
Great 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath condo. Private setting at end of cul-de-sac. Well maintained and ready for your summer vacation. Owner financing available. RICH ROCHETTE (231) 838-2911
3 bedroom, 2 bath home on approx 2 acres. Property has a 3 car garage, large living room and master bedroom. DEBRA SCHIRMER (231) 632-6353
BIRCHWOOD | MLS #428818 | $299,900
BIRCHWOOD | MLS #432528 | $179,000
HARBOR SPRINGS | MLS #432587 | $25,000
An absolutely spotless Birchwood Fairways townhouse featuring 2 bedrooms and a loft. Overlooking the tee on Birch’s #1. Move in condition, furnished. A must see! JIM SZOCINSKI (231) 838-6642
Delightful sunny, newly renovated 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths Birchwood home sits among the trees. New appliances and mostly finished walkout. SUSAN SCHWADERER (231) 330-5102
Perfect for a skier’s hideaway. Located just north of Nubs and Boyne. At this price it would be cost effective to own rather than rent. One bedroom plus loft (which can be used as a second bedroom). JILL VAN ALSTYNE (231) 838-8317
Swirl continues on Thursday, February 23, at the Crooked Tree Arts Center featuring a sampling of creative appetizers and fine wines from Lake Street Market of Boyne City. Musical entertainment will be provided by vocalist BIRCHWOOD $299,900 Michele Walker with piano Delightful sunny, newly renovated 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths Birchwood home accompaniment by Young sits among the trees. New appliances Min You. Swirl is a(428818) monthly and mostly finished walkout. SUSAN SCHWADERER (231) 330-and wine tasting with music 5102 the most recent art exhibit on display, including the Annual Juried Photography Exhibit and “as small as a world”—the work of five artists. Doors open at 5:30 pm with food and music running to 7:00. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 per person the day of Swirl, when available. For more information and to purchase tickets, contact the Crooked Tree Arts Center, 231-347-4337 or visit www. crookedtree.org.
Great location on one of the area’s highest traffic count roads. Continue to use as a home, remodel into your office, or build Serving PetoSkey, Harbor SPringS , & new. t He entire inland WaterWay $254,500 Contact Tim Hayner 231-548-9336
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Boyne Highlands Resort two bedroom two bath “Inverness Deluxe Suite” with adjoining rooms and lock-off capability. Great view of the ski hill and pool from the decks. These units were completely updated within the last year. Enjoy all of Boyne’s amenities and great rental program. 427929
Skin -in- Ski Out Condo in Hamlet Village. Enjoy the Cross Country trails and Ski lift just out your back door. Being sold fully furnished. Tastefully decorated and move in ready. 432297
Incredible house in the countryside close to downtown Harbor Springs and views of the ski hills. Enjoy the great outdoors with a built in barbecue grill on the custom patio made out of brick pavers. This home features a finished basement, two fireplaces, huge pole barn with loft and much more. This truly is a must see. 430416
Well maintained, spacious Lakeside Club end unit . 3 bedrooms, 2 baths 2 Jacuzzis and 2 fireplaces. Tennis courts, indoor pool and more. Very private sandy beach on Round Lake. One car garage plus lot for boat storage next to property. 420770
Directions: M-119 to Lakeside Club entrance on Lakeside Drive just north of Toski Sands on the same side of the road to Unit 65.
School Notes; Rehearsal for the Spring Musical Rehearsals for the spring musicals at the Harbor Springs High School are in full swing and this year they are presenting “Hooray for Hollywood”. The show is a review of music from the movies, including some of the classics as well as currant films. There are numbers spanning years of movie production. 4 bedroom, 5 bath home,70with 2 fireplaces and a walkout The basement, earliest selection is from Hotel Hollywood produced very close to area beaches, ski resorts andinarea 1937 all the way through the years to “Lion King”, “Hairspray”, This home is located on Harbor and golf. “Footloose”. Spring’s beautiful ‘Tunnel Of Trees’ . infrom the the Good Hart This year the cast of about 40 includes kids elemenacreage isofwooded, very private. tary area. schoolThe to fill the roles childrenrolling in “Maryand Poppins” and the “Sound of Music”, as well as a few surprises. The performance dates are March 23, 24, and 25. Mark your calendar.
In-Town Style & Sophistication 2670 E. Lake Road Harbor Springs This elegant home has been lovingly redone from top to bottom offering a contemporary flair with style and sophistication. The center piece of this lovely home is the gourmet kitchen with high-end appliances, granite and stainless surfaces, and ample cabinetry making it a chief’s dream and ideal for entertaining. Features include floor to ceiling windows, hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, an all season porch, gas fireplace, large deck and 2-car garage w/ loft storage. The great location offers a peaceful setting and a short walk to downtown Harbor Springs. $399,000. Contact Gill Whitman
4 bedroom, 5 bath home, with 2 fireplaces and a walkout basement, very close to area beaches, ski resorts and area golf. This home is HARBOR SPRINGS located on Harbor Springs’ beautiful Incredible house in the countryside close to downtown Harbor Springs ‘Tunnel Of Trees’ in the Good Hart and views of the ski hills. Enjoy the great outdoors with a built in barbecue area. The acreage is wooded, rolling grill on the custom patio made out of brick pavers. This home features a and very private. $379,900 Contact finished basement, two fireplaces, huge pole barn with loft and much more. Debbie Gafill This truly is a must see. $349,000 430416 LAKESIDE CLUB – OPEN HOUSE Saturday February 18th from 3-5 p.m. Well maintained, spacious Lakeside Club end unit . 3 bedrooms, 2 baths 2 Jacuzzis and 2 fireplaces. Tennis courts, indoor pool and more. Very private sandy beach on Round Lake. One car garage plus lot for boat storage next to property. $169000. MLS 420770. Directions: M-119 to Lakeside Club entrance on Lakeside Drive just north of Toski Sands on the same side of the road to Unit 65.
Well maintained 3 bedroom home in a secluded setting centrally located to Petoskey or Harbor Springs with wildlife in your back yard. $165,000 Contact Tim Hayner.
Great location on one of the area’s highest traffic count roads. Continue to use as a home, remodel into your office, or build new. $254,500 Contact Tim Hayner
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A Harbor Springs Landmark since 1972 244 Artesian: Well built two bedroom two bath unit in prestigious Wequetonsing. Enjoy the fun and convenience of being close to town and beach. This unit offers a fireplace, the bedrooms have connected porches, open floor plan and a quiet wooded view. (MLS# 431454) $179,500
1841 Bluff’s Edge – Birchwood: Well designed for main floor living, this home is on a beautifully wooded lot within walking distance to the golf course, tennis courts, pool, dining room and grill of the Birchwood Country Club. Beautiful brick fireplace - views from every room - lots of glass! Offered completely furnished - “turn key”. (MLS #421621) $229,000
1048 Traverse St.: This Harbor Springs home is located on two lots at the North end of Traverse Street. The home has 3/4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, hardwood floors, new kitchen, new roof and siding. Close to schools and shopping. (MLS #429753) $129,000
6147 Lower Shore Drive: Very pretty building site with a gentle uphill grade to provide Lake Michigan views. Located on the inland side of Lower Shore Drive, this lot is quite near Thorne Swift Nature Preserve and its beach. Complete survey with topo lines are on file. Health department approval - ready to build on! (MLS# 431215) $79,500
4749 S. Pleasantview Rd., #65: Priced to sell - this 2 bedroom, 2 bath unit is ready to go. Furnishings included - you could be enjoying all the amenities; pools, exercise room, hot tubs, tennis and more. Trout Creek is centrally located close to golf & skiing, the inland lakes, several Lake Michigan beaches and a short drive to either Petoskey or Harbor Springs. Trout Creek offers rental management too. This is a nice unit at a good price. (MLS# 431079) $97,000
29950 Little Iron Ore Bay Rd., Beaver Island: Wonderful five bedroom four bath Lake Michigan home on 12 acres with 425’ of water frontage on Beaver Island. Home previously featured on HGTV. 2 large screened porches, 85’ of deck overlooking Lake Michigan, vaulted ceilings, 3 fireplaces, black cherry hardwood floors and much more. (MLS# 430874) $775,000
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353 E. Third Street: Quite new Harbor Springs condo just 1 block from downtown, 2 blocks from the waterfront - comfortable 3/4 bedroom unit with garage in a very handy location. Being offered furnished - convenient for personal use or an excellent seasonal rental. (MLS# 424149) $325,000
2224 M-119, Petoskey: Private setting on a natural, unspoiled and underdeveloped lake. Situated conveniently between Harbor Springs and Petoskey yet quiet and surrounded by trees. Large lawn between lake and house - great for kids and wildlife. Zoned multiple for duplex potential. Owners are licensed Realtors in the State of Michigan. (MLS #421660) $264,900
520 W. Bluff: Attractive well maintained Harbor Springs home with a nice view of the Harbor - attached garage, large kitchen. Front porch with a view, very large lot, 5-year old roof. A very appealing property.Lot is divisible. (MLS #429591) $319,000
211 E. Bluff: Lovely home with cottage charm overlooking Harbor Springs, the Harbor and Bay; carefully renovated and enlarged in 2002, this 5 bedroom home is extremely comfortable for family and friends - gracious porches overlooking the Lake, 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths - a charming home with spectacular views of the Lake. Garage apt. for guests or caretaker. (MLS #421733) $2,950,000
8575 and 8545 Surfwood Drive: Great lots with access to some of the nicest sandy beach in Emmet County. Beuatiful wooded sites in an Association with 1100’ of shared Lake Michigan beachfront. Tennis courts and underground utilities. Owners are licensed Realtors in the State of Michigan. (MLS# 404518; MLS#421657) $36,900 and $42,900
1575 Konle Rd. #28: Very private end unit - 3 bedroom, 21/2 bath with plenty of storage and views of Round Lake. A great spot for condominium owner with a dog. Excellent location, air conditioned, 2 car attached garage plus indoor swimming pool and a sandy beach on the lake. (MLS #425364) $182,500
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Boys Varsity Basketball: Friday, February 17 at Charlevoix; Tuesday, February 21 at Boyne City at 7:30 p.m. Girls Varsity Basketball: Friday, February 17 at Charlevoix at 6 p.m.; Tuesday, February 21 vs. Boyne City at 7:30 p.m. JV Boys Basketball: Thursday, February 16 vs. Charlevoix at 7:30 p.m.; Tuesday, February 21 at Boyne City at 6 p.m. JV Girls Basketball: Thursday, February 16 vs. Charlevoix at 6 p.m.; Tuesday, February 21 vs. Boyne City at 6 p.m. Freshman Boys Basketball: Friday, February 17 at Charlevoix at 6 p.m.; Tuesday, February 21 at Boyne City at 6 p.m. Freshman Girls Basketball: Thursday, February 21 vs. Boyne City at 6 p.m.; Tuesday, February 21 vs. Boyne City at 6 p.m. Varsity Ski Team: Thursday, February 16, Regionals at Nubs Nob, 9 a.m.; Monday, February 27, State Finals at Boyne Highlands, tba
Girls Varsity Basketball
Tuesday, February 7 vs. East Jordan East Jordan 64, Harbor Springs 60 Stat Leaders: Jenna Lechowicz, 29 pts Elena Ongaro, 17 pts Maggie Walker, 10 rebs Mackenzie Sylvain, 7 rebs Coach’s Comments: Head Coach Jennifer Foley said, “Jenna Lechowicz always seems to come to play in big games. She is never phased with what is in front of her. Her ability to adjust to the style of play (which on this night was very physical-the 2 teams combined to shoot 76 free throws) is just incredible. Unfortunately, our team came up a bit short on the night.” Friday, February 10 vs. TC St. Francis TCSF 60, Harbor Springs 39 Stat Leaders: Elena Ongaro, 14 pts Jenna Lechowicz, 11 pts Maggie Walker, 7 points, 11 rebs Coach’s Comments: Head Coach Jennifer Foley said, “St. Francis is a top 10 team in the state in class C. We knew it was going to take a great effort to defeat them. We came out very strong in the first quarter but in the middle 2 quarters they really took it to us. Their physical play and execution defensively took us out of what we wanted to do. Games like these are great for us down the stretch as they prepare us for the tournament.”
Girls JV Basketball
Thursday, February 9 at TC St. Francis Harbor Springs 32, TCSF 24 Scoring: Layne Compton and Morgan Reeves, 10; Shallon Grawey, 8; Betsey Simons, 4; Maddy Savard, 2
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Lynn Dinning has been a full-time professional ski instructor for 35 years, with the last 30 spent teaching skiers at Nub’s Nob. An Alpine Ski Instructor who coaches all ages and abilities, Dinning also teaches Nordic Skiing and and specializes in helping cautious skiers build confidence. With winter finally settling into its rightful place in northern Michigan, we checked in with Dinning to get a little inside scoop on the world of “pizza and french fries” (also known as learning how to stop and go on the slopes).
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Harbor Springs Girls Ski Team with Lake Michigan Conference title trophy last week. Front row: Morgan Mooradian, Hadley Cunningham, Rose Pellgrom.Second row; Kyra LaRue, Alexa Wespiser, Morgan Rankin, Robyn Dendel, Tia Esposito, Brigitte Bonter Last row; Head Coach Jane Ramer, Assistant Coach Dave McVicker, Meg Shepherd, Abigail Hackman, Sadie Cwikiel, Claire Cunninham, Assistant Coach Allen Hackman missing from photo, Sydney Elkins and Gabby Ottimer (Courtesy photo)
Girls capture Conference Ski Title
How has the sport of skiing changed since you began as a ski instructor?
Wednesday, February 8 at Boyne Highlands Heading into Regionals, Harbor Springs Women’s Varsity Ski Team now reign as Lake Michigan Conference Champs. Womens GS, 1st place Abigail Hackman, 2nd place, 59.00 Rose Pellegrom, 4th place, 1:00.08 Tia Esposito, 6th place, 1:00.89 Morgan Mooradian, 7th place, 1:01.96 Claire Cunninghma, 8th place, 1:02.81 Meg Shepherd, 17th place, 1:05.55 Womens S, 2nd place Abigail Hackman, 2nd place, 1:11.98 Morgan Mooradian, 4th place, 1:14.78 Rose Pellegrom, 6th place, 1:16.48 Tia Esposito, 10th place, 1:18.79 Meg Shepherd, 12th place, 1:19.64 Mens GS, 2nd place Jac Talcott, 5th place, 1:04.38 Nick Mogford, 6th place, 1:05.00 John Bailey, 7th place, 1:05.35 Greg Gallagher, 12th place, 1:06.43 Forrest Lundgren, 13th place, 1:06.75 Dan Davis, 18th place, 1:10.47
We use to have the long straight skis; the new design of skis in the past 20 years has revolutionized the industry. New skis are more joint friendly, and people can ski much later in life. Skiing is now for people of all ages, and generations of families can now ski together.
Rebounds: Eva Zoerhof,10; Shallon Grawey, 8; Morgan Reeves, 5 Assists: Layne Compton and Maddy Savard, 3 Coach’s Comments: Head Coach Tom Brogger said, “What a great way to finish an exhausting week. With our third game in four nights at St Francis, the girls had to be somewhat fatigued. To their credit, it did not show. We are an aggressive team. Defensively it really helps us. Offensively, we’re getting better at playing this way, yet under control. The eight point lead we gained in the first quarter ended up being the difference although there were many tense moments as the game moved along. In the end, it was our stall in the final two and a half minutes that might have surprised them a little and was really quite good. It’s easy to see who’s been leading this team lately. It’s in the stats above. Unfortunately though, what you don’t see are the quality minutes we get from our bench in this and in every game.”
Mens S, 2nd place Dan Davis, 6th place, 1:14.50 Forrest Lundgren, 7th place, 1:15.27 John Bailey, 9th place, 1:18.26 Jack Talcott, 11th place, 1:18.40 Greg Gallagher, 12th place, 1:18.69 Matthew Fought, 15th place, 1:20.08 Coach’s Comments: Head Coach Jane Ramer said, “The girls are all peaking at the right time and winning the conference is a great mental boost for them as they get ready to compete in our Regionals this week. If we have some solid finishes from both the girls and boys we can accomplish our goal of qualifying for the State Meet.” Regionals will be hosted in Harbor Springs at Nub’s Nob on Thursday, February 16, all day. Start time is 9 a.m. The top 3 teams from the Regionals will qualify for the State Meet.
Scoring: Shallon Grawey, 9; Morgan Reeves, 8; Maddy Savard, 6; Layne Compton, 4; Betsey Simons, 2 Rebounds: Shallon Grawey, 6; Eva Zoerhof, Morgan Reeves and Morgan Lauer, 5 each Steals: Betsey Simons, Layne Compton and Maddy Savard, 3 each Coach’s Comments: Head Coach Tom Brogger said, “It was “just like deja-vu all over again”. Probably not the best thing to be going through when talking about a loss. We have followed this script before. We play hard, fall behind, storm back but fall short in the end. Ouch! Is the effort there and are we getting better? Yes, clearly and I don’t think anyone would argue that. Can we get over this hump? Yes -- again and that will be our [coach and players] challenge. After being down by 10, early in the forth quarter we had the ball twice with a chance to tie in the final 30 seconds. Our girls do amazing things sometimes and I’m still proud of what they’ve accomplished.”
Boys Varsity Basketball
T.C. St. Francis 85, Harbor Springs 56 Scoring: Spencer Kloss, 16; Scott Morse, 15; Peter Lauer, 14 Rebounds: Ben Kloss, Scott Morse, 5 each Assists: Scott Morse, 4
Boys JV Basketball
Tuesday, Feb. 7 at East Jordan Harbor Springs 61, East Jordan 51 Scoring: Bennet Langton, 37 pts; David Walker, 8 pts, 9 rebs Thursday, February 9 at Traverse City St. Francis Harbor Springs 64, TC 61 Scoring: Bennet Langton, 23 pts and Logan Simkins, 12 Rebounds: David Walker,12 Coach’s Comments: Coach Brian Sanderson said, “I was very pleased with the defensive effort the past couple of games. The pressure we have put on our opponents has forced them to make mistakes in their passing, which has helped us with fast break points at the other end. We
What is advice you would give families when teaching kids to ski? Take a lesson. In the off season we can get rusty, just like riding a bike. Take a tune-up lesson with a trained, certified coach. With any age our lessons are about safety first, fun and learning.
What is your most memorable moment teaching on the hill? We teach a wedge stop or “pizza” to our youngsters. I remember one of our instructors telling a young boy, about four or five, to “pizza”, but the boy didn’t understand. And he said, “but pizza is round” -- apparently he had been eating personal size pizzas and had never had a slice. This reminds us that there is a ton of ways to say the same thing. And it’s not until you see that light bulb go off, and that look on their face that you know that you finally got through to them. That is one of the most rewarding parts of coaching.
Why are lessons worth the investment? People are very comfortable with having coaches for other sports like baseball, football and swimming, and skiing should not be any different. Since we can’t ski in the off season, lessons are important for re-teaching our muscles and form to avoid developing bad habits. We can also use lessons to boost our level, hone our skills and teach our bodies to be more efficient.
What can beginners do to have a positive experience on the slopes? If anyone has questions, or cautions, come to a professional. Often we can fix the issue quickly and easily. Remember to be safe and have fun getting outdoors with friends and family.
Who is your skiing hero? All of the professional ski and snowboard instructors I had and worked with along the way, helped me to become a better skier and instructor. And I am forever grateful to them.
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Note: Back in 1981, the Harbor Light Newspaper collaborated with area history experts, local civic organizations and area businesses to produce a Harbor Springs Centennial Edition of the Harbor Light marking the 100th birthday of Harbor Springs. We are in the process of bringing the articles and features from that issue back to life and plan to re-issue that edition in a new format at some point in the next year. As part of that process, we will be including excerpts and articles from that edition periodically here in these pages, along with other history-related content. We have invited the Harbor Springs Area Historical Society and its executive director Mary Cummings to submit related content as well. We hope you enjoy these looks back in our community’s history. We will also be featuring these articles online in new blog -- more on that later. -Charles O’Neill
Harbor Springs Area Historical Society... Historical Society shares stories of winters past, Feb. 16
In Centennial Celebration:
Excerpt from Harbor Light Newspaper Special Centennial Issue, July 1, 1981
A snowy country road
“All Aboard... Let Our Password Be Onward!” Memories From Early Times The following article was published in the Little Traverse Republican in the Feb. 21, 1877 issue: A meeting was held last Saturday night attended by citizens of Little Traverse and adjoining towns in Hartwell’s Hall to hear a committee report possibly of building the railroad from the M.E. Camp Ground (Bay View) to the Little Traverse Village. A.J. Southard and W.R. Bowser contacted the railroad company, Grand Rapids and Indiana, and reported the company would be interested if sufficient interest could be aroused through the public subscription of funds to aid in the cost of constructing a spur line. The benefits which will be derived from such a service as an extension of the G.R. and I, are beyond description. Think for a moment the capacity of our beautiful harbor with its connection and facilities for water navigation to all parts of the United States. Would it be a surprise, then, with a position second to none hundred miles either above us or below us on the Great Lakes to see within a few years hundreds of vessels taking position beside our docks. Steps are being taken now for the erection of a new school building in Little Traverse, and other improvements are being made that will be a credit to our town. We feel that the future success and prosperity hinges on our ability to persuade the railroad to make a connection here. We now say All Board - then let our password be - Onward!
In Centennial Celebration:
Excerpt from Harbor Light Newspaper Special Centennial Issue, July 1, 1981
Walk Down Memory Lane... Editor’s Note: Walk the streets of Harbor Springs with knowledgeable native resident, M.A. “Chick” Erwin. Hear now more about hometown personalities and places and community events when Harbor Springs was younger. These reflections and recollections will be continued from time to time throughout this centennial season... BY MATTHEW A. ERWIN with Tim Jardine Of the Harbor Light Staff
As the lumbering era started to fade in the Harbor Springs area resorters began arriving, replacing the lumberjack and another era took hold. Harbor Springs quickly would grow and soon emerged as a summer season favored place to be. In the latter part of the 20’s and early 30’s the automobile replaced the horse and carriage, although boats and trains still stopped here and the adventurous would drive to their summer homes. Business downtown flourished. M.A. (Chick) Erwin was growing up in Harbor Springs in those days. What follows is a glimpse of what Harbor Springs was like some 50 eyars ago, a walk down memory lane. * * * Harbor Springs was bustling when July rolled around in 1930. The Great Depression that had distressing effects in larger cities had not hit this resort town too noticeably. Summer homes had been readied, lawns trimmed and the natives were looking forward to the annual arrival of summer residents. Many of these would arrive by boat, coming from Chicago, and one of the first sights they would spy was the lighthouse on Harbor Point, followed by the red roof of the Ramona Park Hotel. As the big steamer neared the dock they would see Billy Perry, sitting on this dray, waiting to haul luggage to the resorts and hotels. His team,. “Tom” and “Bill”, waited patiently
along with his helpers, big Gus Kiogima and Eddie Shaw. After the boat had docked and the passengers had made their way down the dock, they would see Joe Ettawageshiec selling his Indian novelties, some made by him or bought during the winter months and some of the Pontius family selling flowers. To the west of the dock stood Booth’s Pavilion and the very active train depot. A look straight ahead offered a State Street scene and to the east would find huge piles of lumber, stacked there by the Roe Brothers, who also ran a tour boat and a dock building business, and John Rarick’s Fixit Shop and three-wheeled motorcycle used for deliveries. ‘BEST WATER ON EARTH’ As passengers crossed the tracks by the end of the dock they might head east along Bay Street there to be picked up by their chauffeurdriven limousines stored here in one of the garages during winter. Or they might go to the Emmet House or “Wa-Wa-Ta-See Inn”, both located near the intersection of Bay and Gardener Streets. “Shorty” Abbott’s Pool Room stood where the Bar Harbor stands now. Before prohibition “Shorty” had quite a saloon. Unknown to most of his customers he stood on a box while serving them. He wanted to be impressive and felt he would have to stand taller than his natural frame would allow. Outside the building was a flowing well and Mr. Abbott had placed a sign there saying: “Shorty Abbott’s Well. Best water on earth,” Walking down Bay Street, a person would pass Olaf Stiansen’s Bay Street Garage”. Some resorters would stop here to meet their driver. Next to the garage once stood the first gas station in Harbor Springs. Henry Melching ran it, later moving it to where the Hollywood Sunoco stands now. Mr. Melching also operated a bus service, which offered rides to cottages and to the golf course.
Remember when it really used to snow? Remember the old winter sports park? Remember the 20-man bobsled that used to run on the Bull Moose Hill? If you haven’t had your quota of “real winter” this year, the Harbor Springs Area Historical Society invites you to “Share Winter Memories” this Thursday, February 16 at 7:00 pm. This casual discussion is part of the Historical Society’s monthly Harbor History Talk series. We have invited community members including Eleanor “Muggs” Jardine to talk about winter activities through the years. We have also invited Elise Hayes to share her memories of her family’s 35+ year history at Nub’s Nob Ski Area. The talk with be informal and audience participation will be strongly encouraged. Additionally, anyone bringing a winter-related artifact or photo to share with the group will receive free admission! This program is also your chance to check out the real 20-man bobsled on display at the Historical Society. The talk will begin at 7 pm and light refreshments will be served. Admission to the Harbor History Talk is $3 per person and free for HSAHS members. The Harbor History Talks are presented ten months out of the year by the Historical Society and are sponsored in part by Graham Real Estate. The History Talks take place in the second-floor Anton Library at the Harbor Springs History Museum, 349 E. Main Street, Harbor Springs. For more information, call (231) 526-9771. -Mary Cummings Executive Director email@example.com
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nitely her number tonight. She really played hard and got after the Trogans, especially underneath the basket. I was more then pleased with all their efforts and hope to see a change for our next game. Thursday, February 9 vs. Boyne City Harbor Springs 31, Boyne City 22 Stat Leaders: Amanda Hoffman, 10 pts, 6 rebs, 7 stl Sophie Seitz, 7 pts Perry Bower, 11 stl Coach’s Comments: Coach Katie Wilson said, “It was an amazing game. I have never seen them play so well. Each one did something outstanding during our game. Amanda Hoffman really kicked in high gear last night and was a great leader on the floor. Sophie Seitz was our second leading scorer for the night with 7 points. She was taking it to the basket with such ease -- so great to see. Also, Perry Bower and Karli Schwark rocked defensively. They never slowed down. Perry was everywhere and coming up with the ball multiple times. She had 11 steals for us. Each girl had a shining moment.”
the year. Sean Cantrell played a great game tonight both offensively and defensively; I am really proud of his leadership and hustle the last two weeks in both practices and games.”
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Boys Freshman Basketball Friday, February 10 vs. TC. St. Francis Harbor Springs 62, TC. St. Francis 22 Scoring: Sean Cantrell,7 pts; Adam Cavitt, 6 pts; Jeremiah Hay, 3 pts
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The Vow To be honest, this isn’t the kind of movie I generally rush out to see. I’m not a big fan of what looks to be a chick flick. But it was Valentine’s Day weekend and my pal, a big fan of this genre, wanted to see it, so we did. Strangely enough, I think I liked it better than she did. It wasn’t the story (based on true events, or so they said) because that was slow and quite predictable. So I would have to credit the performance of the two leads. They were both so endearing that they actually made me care, even extracting a tear or two from me. Leo and Paige (Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams) are a hopelessly, obnoxiously happy couple. He owns a recording studio, she is an artist and life is great; they are even contemplating children. Everything changes when, while driving home one snowy Chicago night, they are slammed by a truck and both wind up in the hospital. Leo wakes up to find that Paige is in an induced coma, hoping that the swelling on her brain goes down. He spends every waking moment at the hospital, only to have her wake and not know him at all. In Paige’s world, she is back at law school, living with her parents in a very upscale neighborhood and engaged to a real slime ball. Somewhere and for some reason, she previously made a total break from this world and these people, and therein lies much of the story. Since she doesn’t remember what happened and this is the last life she remembers, that is where she feels safe. It is up to Leo to make her fall in love with him again. As I said, the story itself is not that great, but the performances are very good. McAdams especially is very convincing in her confusion and her anger and her fear. I’d forgotten how odious Sam Neill can be, but he certainly reminded me as Paige’s father and Jessica Lange is good in her role as Paige’s mother; I just didn’t care for the character. There are a couple brief sexual situations, a little nudity (his, not hers) and some minimal profanity, but certainly not much. I daresay teen girls especially will really like this, but speaking as a cynic on this subject, it’s not as sappy of a chick flick as I was afraid it would be.
Town Happenings Snowfest 2012, will be cohosted by Birchwood Farms Golf and Country Club and The Outfitter of Harbor Springs on Sunday, February 19 from 12:00-3:00pm. A free, fun family event open to the public. Come cross-country ski or snowshoe on Birchwood’s groomed trails. Enjoy a bonfire, hot dogs, cocoa and snow creature contest. Cross-country ski clinics offered every half-hour. Bring your own gear or discounted rentals available. For more info: call 231(526-2166) or visit www. birchwoodcc.com.
Chili Cook off, in Harbor Springs is a hot time in cold winter. The event will be Sunday, February 19 from 2-4 p.m at the Pier Resturaunt.. Tickets are $8 per person. To enter call (231)526-7999 or visit harborspringschamber.com. Amateur and food service professionals will cook-up some of the area’s best. Bring non-perishables to support the food pantry.
Downtown Carriage Tours, in Harbor Springs will run from 2-6 p.m. on Fridays and Sundays. The “take-off” and “meeting” zone is on Bay Street near The Pier, The New York and the Bar Harbor, with other stops at the loading zones near the Island Bean; the Woolly Bugger; and the Hotel Janelle loading
zone by Turkey’s and American Spoon. The carriage will depart from the Bay Street location every 30 minutes.
Harbor Springs Area Historical Society, invites you to “Share Winter Memories” Thursday, February 16 at 7 pm. This casual discussion is part of the Historical Society’s monthly Harbor History Talk series.This program is also your chance to check out the real 20man bobsled on display at the Historical Society. The talk will begin at 7 pm and light refreshments will be served. Admission to the Harbor History Talk is $3 per person and free for HSAHS members. The History Talks take place in the second-floor Anton Library at the Harbor Springs History Museum, 349 E. Main Street, Harbor Springs. For more information, call (231)526-9771.
Beat Winter Blues Bay Harbor Bridal Show, will be Saturday, February 18. The show held at the Bay Harbor Conference center will feature some of Northern Michigan’s top wedding professionals and tips on the year’s latest trends. Complimentary gift bags will be available for the bride-to-be as well as drawings and gifts/ samples from vendors.
• All events that appear in this section are open to the public. • Listings are limited generally to those events sponsored by not-for-profit, educational, religious, cultural, political or social institutions. • Information must be received in writing at the Harbor Light Newspaper office, 211 E. Third St., Harbor Springs, MI 49740, no later than Monday at noon for that week’s issue. Listings cannot be accepted by telephone. Fax listings accepted at (231) 526-7634. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org •Please include the following: name of organization, type of activity, address and a brief description of the event. Presidents Day Rail Jam, weekend will be held at Boyne Highlands beginning at 2 p.m. The event is open to all skiers and snowboarders who like sliding boxes and grinding rails. For more information on the event visit boyne.com.
Petoskey Winter Carnival, will be February 19. This is a day of family fun including a youth sledding competition and figure and speed skating exhibitions. Don’t miss the cardboard sled race or fundraiser cookout. For more information call (231) 347-2500 or visit the Winter Sports Park page of www.petoskey.us.
Winter Blues Festival, in Petoskey will be February 2025. Celebrate winter and beat the blues with the “blues”. This is an entire week of hot events, including Feb. 21 Petoskey’s Got Talent, Feb. 22 Ghost Walk and Feb. 23 Chocoholic Frolic. For more information, dates, times and locations visit www. petoskeydowntown.com.
Great Outdoors Women in the Wild, The Outfitter of Harbor Springs hosts a cross-country ski outing at Good Hart Farms Nature Preserve on Thursday, February 16 from 10 am-1pm. Open to women of all ages who want to get outdoors and gain skills together. Technique tips will be given, if desired. Previous x-c ski experience recommended. Fee is $10 plus equipment rental, if needed. Carpool available. Pre-registration required: call (231)526-2621 or visit www. outfitterharborsprings.com.
Free Fishing Weekend, will be Feb. 18-19. This allows families and friends to enjoy one of Michigan’s premier outdoor activities. Everyone - residents and non-residents alike - can fish without a license, though all other fishing regulations still apply. Visit www.michigan.gov for more information.
Outfitter, 153 E Main Street in Harbor Springs. For more info: call 231(526-2621) or visit www. outfitterharborsprings.com..
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If you are interested in coming, please plan on arriving at the ice rink no later than 5:20 p.m. Pizza will be ordered at 5:30 p.m. Pizza is only ordered for those individuals that paid. No extra pizza is ordered. The Movie will start at 6:00 p.m. Cost for pizza, pop, and dessert is $3.00. The movie is free.
Board Game Days, will be hosted at the Harbor Springs Ice Rink on Sunday afternoons from 1-3 p.m. at the ice rink throughout the winter until
March 11. Every Sunday participants will have the opportunity to play a different board game. All participants will receive prizes. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Scheduled games include Bingo, Uno, Sorry, Monopoly, Jenga, Trouble, Scrabble, Checkers, carnival games, Rummy, Clue, Jahtzee, and trivia.
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Captains Class, for operators of uninspected vessels, will be hosted by the boathouse of Harbor Springs and Walstrom Marine. Qualify to be a the captain of your own vessel. The course is March 2-8 at 8 a.m.- 6 p.m. Sign up at (231)526-2141 or email@example.com.
Nordic Nights, is a non-competitive ski group for classic and skate skier of all abilities. The Outfitter of Harbor Springs hosts group skis every Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. at Nubs Nob. There is no fee but a Nubs Nob nordic pass is required. Ski rentals available, if needed. No pre-registration required, just meet at the bottom of the purple lift. For more information call (231)526-2621 or visit www.outfitterharborsprings. com.
All About Owls Class, at Grass River Natural Area will be Saturday, February 18 at 1 p.m.. Can owls really turn their heads all the way around? In this family class learn what’s fact and what’s fiction about these amazing birds. Plus dissect an owl pellet to find out what’s their on menu. Costs: Class fee: $5.00; owl pellet: $3.00. Register and pay class fee online, www. grassriver.org or call 231-5338314. Grass River Natural Area is located at 6500 Alden Highway, Bellaire, MI.
Youth and Family Dinner and a Movie Nights, will be Fridays throughout the winter at the ice rink/sk8 park until March 9 in Harbor Springs. Reservations are not required.
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Love Letters in the Stars, will be held at the Headlands Dark Sky Park in Mackinaw City on Feb. 18 from 6-8 p.m. at the guest house. A valentine themed walk will feature relationships and zodiac sighs. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (231)348-1704.
Wilderness State Park, Best Kept Secrets, will be hosted by The Outfitter of Harbor Springs on Tuesday, February 21 at 7 pm as part of its monthly speaker series. Burr Mitchell, Manager of Wilderness State Park, will share the inside story: its unique ecosystem, endless opportunities for recreation and camping as well as special events. Open to all. Admission: please bring a food item(s) for the Harbor Springs Area Community Food Pantry. Held at The
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-CONTINUED the wilderness as you snowshoe by torchlight at Camp Daggett sponsored by Bearcub Outfitters of Petoskey. Afterward, come in from the cold for a cup of hot chocolate, freshly baked cookies and to warm-up by the crackling fire in camp’s beautiful main lodge. Buy raffle tickets for great Bearcub products with all proceeds going to Camp Daggett. Admission is free, donations are encouraged, and snowshoes are available for all ages.
Young Writers Exposition, for elementary, middle and high school writers in the Charlevoix-Emmet ISD (or home school students in Charlevoix or Emmet Counties) are invited to submit one work of poetry, prose, or one of both. Winning poetry and prose pieces for each level will be published in the Petoskey News-Review on Friday, May 4, 2012. The following day, May 5, the Youth Writing Expo awards will be presented at Crooked Tree Arts Center. High School winners receive monetary prizes. All work must be submitted by a parent or teacher on-line through Crooked Tree’s website, www.crookedtree.org, beginning at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, April 10 through 5 p.m. on Friday, April 20. For writing requirements and more details about the Young Writers Juried Exposition, please visit www. crookedtree.org or contact Megan DeWindt at Crooked Tree Arts Center, 231-347-4337 or email email@example.com.
Libraries Film Screening, The Harbor Springs Library will be showing the movie “Moneyball” on Thursday February 16 at 7:30pm.. All are welcome, donations are appreciated. Refreshments will be available. Call (231)526-2531 or visit www. harborspringslibrary.org with questions.
Community Stitch, is an open knitting/crochet group that brings people together to work on projects that help others in our community. All levels and ages are welcome. The first project will be slippers for Project Connect and Nehemiah House. The group will meet at the Harbor Springs Library on Every Tuesday at 12:30pm. Patterns are available--bring size 10 needles or H crochet hook and two balls of yarn to get started, or just come and share ideas. Call 526-2531 or visit www.harborspringslibrary. org for more information.
Spanish Conversation Group, for anyone interested in practicing their Spanish speaking skills. Join us in the Harbor Springs Library every Thursday at 5 p.m.. Speakers of all levels are encouraged to attend. Call (231)526-2531 or visit www.harborspringslibrary. org with questions.
Swap your books, CDs and DVDs on Feb. 19 at the West Traverse Township Hall, corner of M-119 and West Lake Street. Both exchanges are free, run from 3-4 p.m. and feature refreshments. Sponsored by the Friends of the Harbor Springs Area District Library and Community Center. Go to www. harbordistrictlibrary.org for more on this exciting project to build a public library with the capacity and resources to serve the 7,000 full-time residents of our five townships and the City of Harbor Springs.
Chess Club, The “Chess Gang” will meet from 3-5 p.m. in the Children’s Program Room on Mondays, through May 21. Adults interested in assisting should call Ron Fowler at the library, (231)758-3123. Watch for
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details at www.petoskeylibrary. org about our monthly Family Chess nights and our Chess Tournament during Petoskey’s Winter Blues Festival in February of 2012.
swing dancing. Beginners are welcome. Instruction begins at 6:45. Dances are $10 for adults and $5 for 18 and under. For more information call (231)6758311.
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winter/spring session holds two meetings/week on Mondays and Thursdays at 10:30 am in the Children’s Program Room until May 26. These programs are targeted at children 18 months to three years old, but younger children will enjoy the activities to varying degrees as well. Information about parenting, literacy and other family related subjects will be shared periodically during the program. Due to the developmental needs of these age groups, siblings are discouraged from attending if at all possible. This is a drop in program.
showing the documentary film “Thunder Soul” on Wednesday and Friday, Feb. 15 and 17, 7:30 pm at the Petoskey District Library, Carnegie Building (old library, 451 E. Mitchell St.). Donations are appreciated. For more information on upcoming films call the PFT Movie Hotline at 758-3108. To receive weekly email updates send an email to petoskey.film.theater2@ gmail.com.
Paws to Read, program has started. The program is in the Children’s Room at the Petoskey District Library and will continue on the third Thursday of every month from now through May 26. The hours will be from 3-5 p.m. Read to Roo, who is a certified therapy dog and a veteran listener. Roo is the friend of Kim Brown of Cinderbay Labradors in Harbor Springs. Depending upon the need, other dogs may be added to help Roo out. Readers MUST schedule a 15 minute appointment at the Youth Services Desk or by calling (231)758-3112.
Reader’s Theatre, programs for elementary-aged kids and teens will be hosted at Petoskey District Library. The elementary group will meet from 5:30-6:30 p.m. on Mondays and the teen group will meet at the same time on Tuesdays. Both programs will take place in the Children’s program room at the library. Reader’s Theatre is a legitimate form of drama with actors using their voices and upper bodies to convey various roles in a script through reading to an audience. Call (231)7583112 for more information.
Story Time, for children ages 5 and under will be on Friday, February 10 at 11:15am. Join us at the Harbor Springs Library for a winter story, craft, and fun activities. Call (231)526-2531 or visit www.harborspringslibrary. org with questions.
Art and Music Blissfest, will sponsor some upcoming February events. On Feb. 18, Miss Tess and Bon Ton Parade will perform at Crooked Tree Arts Center. This is a belnd of jazz, roots and country blues. Tickets are $15/$10 for members and $20/$25 at the door and are available at Crooked Tree, Grain Train, Petoskey Chamber and Blissfest. On Feb. 22, The Storytellers will perform at Petoskey Middle School at 7 p.m.. The event is free admission and is conjunction with Petoskey Schools and Library, African Culture Day. The performance combines music with African folktales, unusual instruments and lively entertainment. on Feb. 14, North Central Michigan College will present Up North Big Band
Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra, will hold a free concert at Emmanuel Episcopal Church off Mitchell Street on Sunday, Feb. 19 at 4 p.m.. Music will feature Tim Mocny and Mike List with sounds of American Art and Pop Music of North India, Middle East and Africa. For more information visit glcorchestra.org.
Documentary, ”Red Gold”, will be shown at Crooked Tree Arts Center on February 15 at 7 p.m. The film shows the Alaskan mushers fighter to save Bristol Bay, Alaska. Enjoy refreshments and meet the films stars, the dogs. The film showing is organized by Trout Unlimited. A $5.00 donation is requested.
Coffee at Ten, will be hosted at Crooked Tree Arts Center on Tuesday, February 21, featuring oil painter, Caesar Citaro. The session is held in the Edith Gilbert Gallery at 10 a.m.. The first two weekend in March, Citaro will offer a four day oil painting workshop. For more information call (231)347-4337.
Grain Train Acoustic Jam Sessions, will be held at the cooperative market in Petoskey each Sunday from 1-4 p.m.. Pairing with Blissfest, this is an opportunity to share songs in a relaxed atmosphere. The Grain Train is located in off Mitchell Street in Petoskey. For more information visit blissfest.org..
Sturgeon River Pottery, in Petoskey will host Michigan based artists and pottery demonstrations from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. each Sunday this winter. The demos are free and open to the public, and reservations are not needed. Call (231)347-0590 for more information.
Drawing and painting class, will be offered at Jerry Douglas Studio and Gallery. A seven week clothed model figure drawing and painting class will be Saturdays from 10am to 12pm
beginning on Saturday February 11, 2012 and ending on Saturday March 31, 2012
The class fee for adults is $175.00 plus $20.00 for materials. The student fee
is $140.00, plus $10.00 for materials. Some materials are provided. Students will provide their own acrylic, watercolor or oil paints, brushes & supplies. For more information call (231)330-6723, email Jerry@ JDStudioGallery.com.
An economics luncheon lecture, will be February 10 at North Central Michigan College. Everyone talks about prices: too high or too low, but seldom just right. Rod Anderson, North Central economics professor, offers a bit of basic economic theory by explaining the important function that prices serve and how they relate to key issues and policies that are debated every day. Prof. Anderson is a graduate of Wheaton College and has a master’s degree in economics from Montana State University. Programs are held on Fridays at noon in the Library conference room. Reservations are preferred. Call (231)348-6600 or e-mail cmacinnis@ncmich. edu to reserve your place at the table. Cost is $9. Lunch is included.
Wednesdays, February 29 and March 21 from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. Dinner and activities will be in the Student and Community Resource Center gymnasium on the Petoskey campus. Activities will include soccer, basketball, volleyball and Eclipse Ball. There will be appropriate toys and tumbling mats for toddlers and an obstacle course for children ages 7 to 11. The fitness staff will be available to help parents and their children with all activities. Participants should wear suitable gym clothing and clean, dry shoes. Cost is $5 per family and includes all activities and a light dinner of chili or soup, crackers and bread, and applesauce. For families who wish to participate in games and activities only, the cost is $3 per family. Coffee and hot chocolate will also be for sale. For more information, call (231)439-6360.
Nursing Program, informational session offered. NCMC’s nursing faculty will hold informational sessions on Wednesdays, February 15 and March 14, at 4:15 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. to explain the process for admission into the college’s highly competitive nursing program and the courses that students must take prior to entry. The sessions will be in Room 122 of the college’s main administration/classroom building on the Petoskey campus. Anyone planning to apply for the nursing program is strongly encouraged to attend one of these informational sessions. The information on prerequisites will be particularly important for those applying for the fall
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First Presbyterian Church of Harbor Springs, will worship Sunday. The Reverend Jim Pollard will preach from Ephesians and Job on the topic “A Cantankerous, Minor Prophet Messes Up” at the 10:00 a.m. worship service. The morning music will feature African-American spirituals: “Set Down Servant”
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Sunday, February 19 services will begin at 11 a.m. at the Harbor Springs United Methodist Church with Pastor Mary Sweet presiding. The Chancel Choir will be singing and Children’s Sunday school will be offered during the Worship hour. Ash Wednesday services will be
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sung by the Chancel Choir and “My Lord, What a Morning” sung by baritone Peter D. Sims. Adult education begins at 8:50 a.m. and after the children’s message during worship, all K-5 graders are invited to attend Sunday school. For more information visit www.fpchs.org or call 526-7332. First Presbyterian Church is located at the corner of W. Lake and Cemetery Roads and is completely handicapaccessible.
Stutsmanville Chapel, will hold two morning worship services. Pastor Ed Warner will be speaking on prayer in both morning worship services, a more traditional service at 9:30 a.m. and a more relaxed service at 11 a.m. Nursery for 1 – 3 yr. olds is provided in both services. Children’s Sunday School is held at 9:30 a.m. and
Children’s church during the 11 a.m.service. AWANA CLUBS for children are held on Wednesday evenings, 6 – 7:30 p.m. Men’s Support Groups meet Monday & Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. at the church. Home Small Groups meet during the week in various homes. A Knitters & Crocheter’s group meets on Wednesday, 1 – 3 p.m. at the chapel. Materials and instruction are available if needed. A quilters group will meet on Saturday, Feb. 18 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Bring sewing machines and fabric and a dish to pass for lunch.
Disciplers Bible Studies,
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on Thursdays at North Central Michigan College. These Campaigners meetings could be categorized as a laid-back Bible study designed with the young adult in mind where we discover how real life and God intersect in a fun and exciting way. It’s a great place to meet new people, have real discussions, build community, and eat with friends. Meet downstairs of Admin/Class building in room 52 from 6:30-8 pm. For more information call (231)3305429.
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Non – denominational. Meets Tuesdays, 9:30 a.m. – 11 a.m., First Presbyterian Church, Petoskey. For more information call Joann Palmer, (231)526-0289.
group for all area singles 50 years and older will meet Saturday, February 18, 6 p.m. at Giuseppe’s Italian Grille, 757 Petoskey Avenue in Charlevoix. Games at Jan’s church follow-
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Fundraisers The PB&J Furry Friend Showshoe Benefit, will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, February 18 at PB&J Farm, located just north of Stutsmanville Road at 2101 Welsheimer Road in Harbor Springs. Snowshoe routes range in distance from approximately a half a mile to five miles and vary in difficulty. Snowshoes will be available on-site at no charge courtesy of Bearcub Outfitters. To reserve snowshoes, please call Little Traverse Bay Humane Society at (231)347-2396. The cost to participate is $15 in advance or $20 at the event. There is no fee for children 12 and under, although every donation is appreciated. For more information, please call (231)347-2396 or visit ltbhs.com.
Dance the winter blues away, at the Little Traverse Bay Humane Society Fur Ball Blues Benefit. The benefit will take place in conjunction with the Petoskey Winter Blues Festival.
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The Fur Ball Blues Benefit will take place from 7-11 p.m. on Friday, February 24, at Stafford’s Perry Hotel in Petoskey. Attendees will enjoy music by Jelly Roll Blues Band, hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. Attire is dressy casual. The cost to participate is $35 per person. Tickets can be purchased at Bearcub Outfitters, Finishing Touch, Little Traverse Bay Humane Society, Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce, FlatIron Deli and Stafford’s Perry Hotel. For more information, please call (231)347-2396 or visit ltbhs. com.
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Organizations American Legion, in Harbor Springs will host a Euchre tournament on Saturday, February 18, 2012 at 1:00 pm. Main dish provided; dish to pass optional. A breakfast will be held Feb. 19 at 9 a.m. until noon. Adults are $8 and $5 for ages 12-6, 5 and under are free. Call (231)5262551 for more information.
Petoskey Breakers, U15 girls soccer team, part of the Petoskey Youth Soccer Association, has begun a three month fundraising effort selling Good Hart General Store pot pies. The purpose of the fundraiser is to raise money for the team’s trip to Copenhagen for participation in this July’s Cup Denmark, a youth soccer tournament welcoming 170 teams from around the globe. Vouchers for large pot pies will be available at $15, with the team collecting $5 from every pie sale. To purchase a voucher or to support the Petoskey Breakers soccer team, please contact Craig Bonter (231-499-5550) or Gina
Kiwanis of Petoskey, presents a trip to “Majestic Montana” with travelogue speaker Steve Gonser. The travelogue will be held at Petoskey Middle School auditorium on Thursday, February 16, 7 p.m. with a special performance of the Native American Flute by local musician Aaron Wayne Otto beginning at 6:30 p.m.. Fundraisers such as the Travel and Adventure Series are used to support community service projects, nonprofit organizations and families.
Emmet County Republican Womens, meeting on Monday February 20, will host guest speaker Sandra Khan, President of the Republican Womens Federation of Michigan, Gail Martin Emmet County Clerk & also tentatively invited to speak are Congressman Dan Benishek MD & State Representative Frank Foster. All interested women and men are invited to attend this luncheon/meeting at Stafford’s Bay View Inn, Petoskey. Check in will begin at 11:30 a.m. The meeting will begin at 11:50 a.m. Luncheon will be $15. Reservations are required as seating is limited. For reservations, please call/ text Rebecca Cameron (231)838 2260 on or before Friday, February 17.
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Speakers Ice Breakers, Small Dam Removal with Jennifer Gelb and Dr. Grenetta Thomassey on February 23 will be held at Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council on Bay Street in Petoskey. Sessions are free and open to the public. Bring a lunch; coffee and snack provided. Call Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council at (231)3471181 for more information.
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Play Winter Blues Bingo during the Winter Blues Festival February 20-25 for great prizes. Details at www.petoskeydowntown.com.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Monday, February 20
Friday, February 24
• Play! Downtown, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Children’s games and activities in stores. • Snowman Building Contest, noon to 1:30 p.m. Pennsylvania Park. • Monday Fun-Day, 2 p.m., Pennsylvania Park. Games and activities with Camp Daggett. • Pro-Am HotDish CookOff, 5 – 6:30 p.m. Mackinaw Trail Winery.
• Dress Blues, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Models and live mannequins in Downtown stores. • The Fur Ball, 7-11 p.m. Stafford’s Perry Hotel. Music, food and fun, supporting the Little Traverse Bay Humane Society.
Tuesday, February 21 • Pamper the Blues Away, 10 a.m.– 4 p.m. Come Downtown and pamper yourself ! • Petoskey’s Got Talent, 7:30 p.m. City Park Grill.
Wednesday, February 22 • Wonder Wednesday – 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Lectures, hands-on workshops, demonstrations. • Winter Ghost Walk – 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 per person. Call 231-622-8501 for tickets.
Saturday, February 25 • Chase the Blues 5KFun Run/Walk, 8 a.m. registration. Run/ Walk begins at 8:30 a.m. Pennsylvania Park. • Game Day! 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. – Game cards for trivia and enter to win Downtown Treasure Certificates. • Whine and Dine, 6 p.m. - 3rd annual Whine and Dine, a progressive dinner. Cost is $45 per person. Make your reservations early by calling 231-622-8501.
For details on all events, store activities and times, visit www.petoskeydowntown.com.
Thursday, February 23 • Chocoholic Frolic, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chocolate sampling Downtown. • Brews for the Blues, 6 - 10 p.m. – A pub crawl to Downtown Petoskey pubs. $40 per person. Call 231-622-8501 for tickets.
Polish Pottery 231.526.4050 262 E. Main St. Harbor Springs
Heart Health Expo
An Evening for the Heart Wednesday, February 29, 4 – 7 p.m. John and Marnie Demmer Wellness Pavilion and Dialysis Center, Petoskey
cooking demonstrations · chair massages
health screenings · exercise sessions · exhibits
educational presentations · No Charge
Harbor Light Community Newsweekly
Week of Feb. 15-21, 2012
PRESIDENTS WEEKEND SPECIALS It's a winter play weekend and we have come up wth some ideas for some simple luscious dinners and breakfast at some remarkable prices.
WHO DOESN'T LOVE SPAGHETTI?!
IT'S TIME FOR TACOS!
1 lb DeCecco Spaghetti - Shredded Parmesan -
McCormick's Less Sodium Taco Seasoning Four Cheese Mexican Blend Shredded Cheese
Toski Sands House-Made Cheesy Garlic Bread
Your Choice of Mrs Renfro's Salsas: • Mild Chow Chow, Medium Salsa, Tequila Salsa, Chipolte Corn Salsa, Habanero Salsa, Jalapeno Green Salsa Your Choice of Shell: • Ortega Hard Taco Shells or Burrito Size Flour Tortilla Your Choice of Meat: • Toski Sands Freshly Ground Sirloin • Or Toski Sands House-Made Chorizo
Your Choice of One Quart of Sauce: • Toski Sands House-Made Cabernet Pasta Sauce, Robust Italian Meat Pasta Sauce or Absolutely Creamy Vodka Sauce Your Choice of One Pound of Meat: • Toski Sands House-Made Italian Meatballs • Toski Sands-House-MadeHot or Sweet Italian Sausage • Or, Toski Sands Freshly Ground Sirloin
Serves 8 people for $19.99
A Simply Elegant Dinner
IMPORTANT MEAL OF THE DAY One Dozen Michigan Eggs - 1 lb. Freshly Cut Fruit - Bay's English Muffins
Italian Chicken Sausage & Spinach with Penne Pasta
• 1 lb. DeCecco Penne Pasta • 1 Quart Absolutley Creamy Vodka Sauce • 1/2 lb. Spinach • 3 Links of Toski Sands House-Made Chicken Italian Sausage • Shredded Parmesan
Your Choice of Meat: • 2 lbs. Toski Sands Freshly Ground Breakfast Sausage • New - 2 lbs. Toski Sands Turkey Breakfast Sausage • Or, 2 lbs. Toski Sands House-Made Chorizo Sausage
Serves 6 people for $16.99
Check out more great items, wine and cheese pairings, lunch specials
Serves 8 people for $22.99
WHAT'S FOR DINNER?
1. Cook pasta in boiling water till al dente (approximately 12 minutes). 2. Lightly wilt spinach over medium low heat in a large saute pan with a 1/4 cup water or white wine. 3. Add the Absolutely Creamy Vodka Sauce to the pan and continue to cook on medium low heat. 4. Cut the Chicken Italian Sausage into 1/4 to 1/2 inch slices. 5. Add to pasta sauce and heat through. 6. Serve over penne pasta or toss penne pasta with sauce and serve. Top with shredded parmesan.
• Aged Cheddar Pasta with Ham & Seasoned Breadcrumbs • Stuffed Flank Steak • Parmesan Chicken Bundles with Broccoli • Aspargus & Feta Stuffed Chicken Breasts • Rotisserie Chicken • Twice Baked Potatoes • AuGratin Potatoes • Cabernet Tomato Sauce with Basil • Absolutely Creamy Tomato Vodka Sauce • Robust Tomato Sauce with Italian Meats
We're preparing luscuious house-made foods Easy to Prepare, Heat and Serve • NEW - CHINESE BBQ BEEF RIBS • NEW - ENCHILADA CARNITAS • NEW - SAVORY CHICKEN POT PIES • Meatloaf • Pot Roast • Lasanga ai Quattro Fromaggi (with four cheeses & meat)
A ROTISSERIE CHICKEN, ON SALE FOR
Our rotisserie chickens are "fall of the bone" and delicately seasoned
Serves 6 people for $14.99
BREAKFAST - THE MOST
WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH
• Chicken Enchiladas • Serve with our twice baked potatoes or augratin potatoes and a garden salad • Chicken Salad • Serve with pasta and marinara sauce • Chicken Soup • Chicken Tacos • Chicken A La King • Chicken and Dumplings • Chicken Stir Fry WARMING FOOD AFTER WINTER TIME PLAY After a day of winter play we have the ingredients to create warming meals
• The area's best ground chuck & sirloin ground fresh throughout the day - perfect for juicy burgers, tacos, spaghetti • House-made Italian meatballs - a great addition to spaghetti and flavorful enough to just nibble on • USDA Choice Steaks (Aged 21+ days) - cut to perfection for incredible moist and luscious flavor • Eight Hot House-made soups featured everyday with additional varieties available frozen • Stew meat made from sirloin - perfect for beef stew or pot roast • Short Ribs & Osso Bucco • Chuck Roasts & English Roasts • Fully Cooked Andouille Sausages - ready for jambalaya or gumbo • Fresh and Smoked Polish Sausages - ideal with Grandma's Homemade Perogies & Bubbie's Sauerkraut
YOU CAN'T COME TO NORTHERN MICHIGAN WITHOUT TRYING SOME OF OUR SPECIALTIES Famous Smoked Whitefish Spread • Beef & Turkey Jerky - We've been using the same recipe for over 25 years! • Horsey Cheese Dip The Blue Goat Cheeseball - You've never had a cheese ball like this - outstanding! • Blackened Ahi Tuna Spread • Our Fresh & Smoked Sausages & Meatballs
All Wine Priced 15% off Every Day
Here's Some Great Deals On Wine • Kendall Jackson Chardonnay $11.99, Everyday • Terras Malbec $7.99, Save $6.60 • Joel Gott 815 Cabernet $14.59, Save $6.40 • Veuve Clicquot $42.99, Save $13.40 • Ferrari Carano Cabernet $17.79, Save $22.20
Over 275 Varieties of Beer Over 500 Varieties of Liquor
• Coppola Director's Pinot Noir $13.59, Save $10.20 • Plungerhead Zinfandel $11.99, Save $7.00 • Decoy Red $21.99, Save $7.00 • Newton Chardonnay $15.99, Save $6.70
We've Got Great Deals on Beer!
Bud, Miller, Labatts, Coors Light & Molson 24 packs Everyday $16.59 plus tax & deposit Busch 30 Pack $17.99 plus tax & deposit