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Triathlon set for Sunday By GRAHAM GETTEL
By KATE BASSETT
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Local sponsorship, organization, and promotion are all characteristics of the Little Traverse Triathlon, making the July 15 event a rare gem with lots of “local flare”. The fourth annual Triathlon is scheduled to begin at 9:00 am Sunday and typically hosts 150 to 180 participants. The race has three components: a 600 meter swim just off Zoll Street Beach, 19.6 mile bicycle ride on M-119 parallel to the Lake Michigan shoreline, and a four -CONTINUED on page 12.
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The Harbor Springs Downtown Development Authority has put out the plea: if you make one meeting about the future of downtown Harbor Springs, let it be during the the Wade Trim/living Lab visioning work sessions taking place July 11-14. Wade Trim/living Lab is the planning group that was selected by the DDA to develop a Downtown Enhancement Plan to guide any changes or economic strategies in Central Business District. This “community information blitz”-- starting Wednesday, July 11 and culminating with a visioning celebration at the Performing Arts Center on Saturday, July 14-- is more than just a creative collaboration. The information gathered during this time will be used to design the DDA’s plan, and may, in large part, help determine the very nature of downtown Harbor Springs in the coming years. -CONTINUED on page 18.
Swimmers begin last year’s Little Traverse Triathlon from Zoll St. beach.
Booming business reported over Fourth of July holiday By DANIELLE MCINTOSH and KATE BASSETT Harbor Light Newspaper
The weather was close to perfect, downtowns were packed, and cheers for the fireworks lasted well after the last light exploded over Little Traverse Bay. It was, in many ways, a quintessential holiday weekend in the Harbor Springs area. While the crowds have slightly dissipated, the afterglow of Fourth of July is still going strong for area business owners. “I have to say, ‘wow!’ What a fantastic week,” said Keith McGlaughlin, owner of Toski Sands Market and Deli. “It started on Thursday and carried through to Sunday, with record breaking sales. It was just non-stop with people having fun. This is what I would call a ‘chamber
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“I had the sense that people who come here each summer are making an effort to buy locally. It was like a shot in the arm after four years of marginal sales.” of commerce weekend’.’” Downtown Harbor Springs was so busy that John Yothers, owner of Hanni Gallery, kept his doors open even later than usual. While Hanni Gallery has become known for its evening hours, Yothers said the Fourth of July week was worth keeping his lights on well past 9 p.m. “Some nights we stayed open as late as 10 or 11. We had an awesome week. We saw lots of people and were -CONTINUED on page 3.
Ice cream was flowing before the fireworks in downtown Harbor Springs on the Fourth of July.
Harbor grad “I know there is strength in the honored for differences ‘giving back’ between us.
By DANIELLE MCINTOSH Harbor Light Newspaper
Harbor Springs City Council approved two requests for commercial licenses during a special July 2 meeting. City manager Tom Richards recommended the approval of both applications, one a renewal and one new this summer. The first application approved was submitted by local, Scott Carbeck, who has operated a commercial charter fishing business in Harbor -CONTINUED on page 18.
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Letters to the Editor Job well done... To the Editor: I must compliment the city on a job very well done. I was amazed on the fifth of July how beautiful and clean the city looked after an extremely full and busy Fourth. Thank you for your hard work, Carol Menzi
In support of libraries To the Editor: I read the article entitled, “City to connect with Alanson District Library,” published in the Harbor Light Newspaper of June 13, 2012, and written by Danielle McIntosh, with special interest. I currently serve as president of the Petoskey
District Library (PDL) Board and am particularly sensitive to local library issues. Like my colleagues on the PDL Board, I am in favor of and supportive of good libraries wherever we can find them and wherever people are considering establishing them. I met with Bob Sanford, the Chair of the Harbor Springs Area District Library (HSADL) Board specifically to voice our Board’s support of the HSADL concept. The HSADL Board’s plan is to build and operate a new library for the citizens of Harbor Springs and its neighboring townships. I met, informally over coffee, with Mr. Sanford to offer whatever support would be appropriate for our organization to offer the HSADL. The HSADL Board concluded that it was more appropriate and far less costly for West Traverse Township,
Poetry American Life in Poetry BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE
I’d guess that many of you have looked at old snapshots taken of you by doting relatives and tried to recall what it was like to be that person in the picture who seems to be you yet is such a stranger today. Here Linda Parsons Marion, who lives in Knoxville, Tennessee, touches upon the great distance between then and now.
Snapshot My mother sends the baby pictures she promised— egg hunting in Shelby Park, wooden blocks and Thumbelina tossed on the rug, knotty pine walls in a house lost to memory. I separate out the early ones, studying my navel or crumbs on the tray, taken before my awareness of Sylvania Superflash. Here I am sitting on the dinette table, the near birthday cake striking me dumb. Two places of wedding china, two glasses of milk, posed for the marvelous moment: the child squishes the fluted rosettes, mother claps her hands, father snaps the picture in the face of time. When the sticky sweet is washed off the page, we are pasted in an album of blessed amnesia. The father leaves the pine house and sees the child on weekends, the mother stores the china on the top shelf until it’s dull and crazed, the saucer-eyed girl grips her curved spoon like there’s no tomorrow. American Life in Poetry is made possible by The Poetry Foundation (www. poetryfoundation.org), publisher of Poetry magazine. It is also supported by the Department of English at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Poem copyright ©2011 by Linda Parsons Marion, from her most recent book of poetry, Bound, Wind Publications, 2011. Reprinted by permission of Linda Parsons Marion 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.
the City of Harbor Springs, as well as for the other townships functioning under HSADL direction, to contract with the Alanson Library at $3.00 per person per year rather than to contract with the PDL during the time between now and the day the new HSADL will be built and opened for the public service. We of course respect the HSADL Board’s decision, though we are disappointed in the reasoning behind it. The HSADL Board has reasoned that it will take approximately $2.5 million to build their own new library facility and then concluded they must levy three-tenths of a mill to operate it during its development into a full service district library. Those numbers may be optimistically low, but certainly supportable and far more costly than is reflected by the $3.00 per card holder fee they are willing to offer the Alanson Public Library. The Petoskey District Library renovated and added on to the 1940 Bell Building in 2004, at a cost to the citizens of Petoskey of approximately $4.5 million. Currently, The PDL serves 6,933 card holders. That number is down 930 from last month’s count due to decisions made by several township and city officials north of Petoskey to connect with the Alanson Public Library rather than with the PDL for library services, beginning July 1, 2012. PDL card holders, support 14,568 users, and have over 80,000 items available them. The PDL actually circulated over 123,000 items in 2011, drawn from its own collection, as the result of collaborations with other libraries across the State of Michigan, and through its unique high-tech, computer generated services. The PDL will continue current services to residents of Bear Creek Township and Resort Township, provided the residents of those two townships agree, on August 7, to a four-tenths of a mill levy for operational support, only. Given our experience at the PDL, we believe that the HSADL ‘s appeal to the residents of its potential service area is a reasonable appeal and deserves support. We wish those who are leading the HSADL effort well. Dale Hull,
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To the Editor:
Wow! What a Fourth of July! Each year, our little town is an amazing host to so many people! The Paul Revere Run was another success. I think it broke records for participants. The parade was fantastic. Despite all of the candy handed out by the Bango brothers (THANK YOU from all the kids), we didn’t make the fireworks, but understand they were amazing! As I drove through town the next morning, I was shocked by the lack of evidence of such an incredible party. Everything was already cleaned up, and downtown was back to looking like a typical summer morning. Thank you to all who make this town such a fantastic place. Days like the Fourth of July serve as great reminders-so many people go beyond the call of duty to make Harbor Springs a truly special place. Thank you! Jeanne Benjamin
Have you tried to use your Petoskey library card since July 1? If so, you’ve discovered that you must now pay $95 a year to continue using that public library. Your alternative is to go to the Alanson public library, which now has a contract with the City of Harbor Springs and several townships to provide library service for residents. Cross Village Township has made a similar arrangement with the Mackinaw City library. Because there is no public library in our area, the City of Harbor Springs and five townships (Cross Village, Little Traverse, Pleasantview, Readmond and West Traverse) are paying these libraries a perresident fee under contract to provide library service. According to state rules, penal fines (traffic fines) go to a public library within the county. So fines generated in our district are now going to Alanson and Mackinaw City. Adding the contract fees and the penal fines, $50,000 in local money is being sent out of our area this year because we have no public library here. How could we keep from
driving to Alanson for library services AND keep those penal fines here to benefit our own population? By having our own district library. That way, we would get the convenience of a full-service local library large enough to serve our district’s 7,000 fulltime residents plus seasonal visitors. And we would be able to utilize allocated funds that will otherwise be sent out of our library district. Diane MacKenzie Harbor Springs Note: A breakdown of the $50,000 figure, as provided by Friends of the Harbor Springs Area District Library, is as follows: $21,000 is going from the six participating municipalities to public libraries for contract fees --$3 per capita to Alanson and $4 per capita from Cross Village to Mackinaw City -- and penal fines vary. $39,441 was paid in 2011 but is being estimated at $30,000 to be conservative. This financial breakdown was provided by Friends of the Harbor Springs Area District Library board chair Judy Harvey from information she said was available from each municipality.
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track and cross country coach, Emily Kloss, of the Paul Revere Run. “We had over 1,200 finishers in the three and 10 mile; the biggest one ever.” “With all the people we had in town, everything ran really smoothly,” said Dan Branson, Harbor Springs Chief of Police. “I know it sounds like a broken record, but it really seems to get a little busier every year.” “We were completely full at the marina a week in advance with a waiting list of 15-20 boats,” noted Mike Johnson, the harbormaster for the City of Harbor Springs. “For the most part, everyone was well Old sport behaved and the crowd was up. The fireworks were the best I have ever seen. My staff did a great job and everything seemed to go smoothly.” The picture perfect days were a big bonus, noted Jodi Ewbank, manager of the Pier in Harbor Springs. “The week was busy and the weather was perfect and it continued through the weekend which was great for sales. We rocked the 5th, 6th and 7th,” she said. “Our new kitchen renovation on the deck allowed us to serve quicker and a more varied menu which helped with the holiday crowds.” Josh Baker, owner of the Outfitter, said the week can be summed up in one word: great. “We saw lots of familiar faces, and met new people too. The harbor was busier than I can ever remember. The weather was incredible. The fireworks were unbelievable. The city crew did an amazing job-- everything ran smooth and people were having a blast.”
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or device, except for a starting pistol, a flare gun, or a flare, designed for the purpose of producing a visible or audible effect For Sale Pies by combustion, deflagration, or detonation. Fireworks consist of consumer fireworks, LARGE STORAGEfireworks, BIN , 1200 low-impact sq ft. SUZIE’S PIESarticles LLC, pyrotech8486 Mnic, display fireworks, and special effects,Plaza as defined the .Close to town on State and Franklin. 119-Harbor (near thebyHarbor GreatMichigan for boats.Fireworks $42,000. 419-351corner). Open TuesSafety Act,Springs Act 256airport of 2011 (the “Act”). 0025.
day-Saturday 10:00-5:00. Or find us at the Harbor Springs Farmers (b) The sale, discharge, storage, transportation and distribuEXERCISE EQUIPMENT, BOWMarket on Wednesday and Saturday tion of fireworks in the City of Harbor Springs (the “City”) shall FLEX, tread mill; also equipment from 9-1. Featuring fresh hand-made be governed bycarrying the Act.case, fruit pies, cream pies, Canadian Butfor small dog or cat: crate, food bowls. Woman’s bicycle. ter Tarts and more. To order online (c) The use of Low impact fireworks, as defined in the 231-242-0239. visit www.suziespies.com or Act text (ground and hand held sparkling devices) permitted, subyour orders toare 231-881-6841. TWOject MUSEUM EXHIBITEDcontained ship to the restrictions in sub-section (e) of this SecReplicas tion.for sale. Must sell. Both are three feet in length with baseboard and cabinet. The Edmund Fitzger(d) Use of Consumer fireworks, as defined in the Michigan VACANT LOT WITHIN Harbor City ald and whaling ship Charles MorFireworks Safety Act, in the City of Harbor Springs is prohiblimits for sale. Quiet neighborhood gan. 616-975-7838 (Grand Rapids, ited except upon the day before, thetoday of, and day$39,000. after, close Harbor IGA.the Asking Mich.). Also visit andreadoriareplica. 242-4363.contained in subrestrictions com. a federal holiday, subject to the(231)
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MODEL 41 SMITH & wesson handfederal holidays are New Year’s Day, Birthday of Martin Luther gun King comesJr.,with cleaning kitBirthday, and Washington’s Memorial Day, Independence weights. $1000.00 OBODay, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving, Day, Asking Labor Day, Columbus 12 FT OLD ALUMINUM CANOE. 1996 SUNFISH. Very good condiand Christmas Day. Lost from Forest Beach, Little Tration. Sail is like new. Includes dolly. verse Bay July 3. Reward. Please $1500.00. 526-8072. call 231-526-5300. (e) Low impact fireworks and Consumer fireworks are subject
the following restrictions, NEWtoMORTON STORAGE UNITSas applicable: for sale. 30 x 48 & 30 x 54. 14x14 o/h doors. Convenient shall W. Conway (i) Fireworks not be sold to a minor; Rd. 231-348-4095 or 248-939-3986. FOR SALE DUPLEX, 3/2, 1/1; $1000/mo, tenant (ii) No person under the age of 18 years shallpays use, utilities, pos$68,250. Other properties available. sess, explode or cause to explode any fireworks, as defined 231-487-9300. herein, within the City;
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of fireworks, upon a form approved by the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, the City Council, in conjunction with the Cityads\ Manager and the Chief of Police, may C:\ad\Display\new size grant permission for such display, subject to such conditions notices.p23 and fees as the City Council and City Manager and/or Chief of 7/11/2012 Police may impose to properly safeguard the public, both as Noticeand of Application for Merger Banks of the to persons property; and subject to theofprovisions Michigan Fireworks Safety Act, Act 256 of 2011, MCL Section FIRST COMMUNITY BANK, HARBOR SPRINGS, MICHI28.466.
GAN intends to apply to the Federal Reserve Board for per(g) Persons who with violate a provision of thisGRAND Code or fail to commission to merge SELECT BANK, RAPIDS, ply with any First of theCommunity requirements thereof, shall of a MICHIGAN. Bank would be be theguilty succesmunicipal civil infraction and subject to the civil fines set forth sor in the merger. The former location of Select Bank at 60in the schedule civilGrand fines inRapids, ChapterMichigan 94 of this49503, Code and Monroe CenterofNW, willshall bebe subject to any other relief that may be imposed by a court come a branch of First Community Bank. The Federal Refor such conduct, which shall also be considered a nuisance serve considers a number of factors in deciding to per se. Each act of violation and each day upon whether which such approve the application, including record of performance violation occurs shall constitute a the separate violation.” of applicant banks in helping to meet local credit needs.
Section 2 invited to submit comments in writing on this apYou are
plication to Colette A. Fried, Assistant Vice President, Fed-
The provisions of this ordinance are hereby declared to be severeral and Reserve of sentence, Chicago, 230 LaSalle Street,is able, if anyBank clause, word,South section or provision Chicago, IL 60604. The comment period will not end before declared void or unenforceable for any reason by a court of comJuly 13, 2012. The procedures forsaid processing applipetent jurisdiction, theBoard’s remaining portions of ordinance shall cationsin may remain force.be found at 12 C.F.R. Part 262. Procedures for
processing protested applications may be found at 12 C.F.R.
Section 262.25.3 To obtain a copy of the Federal Reserve Board’s
procedures, or if you need more information about how to
This ordinance shall take effect tenapplication, days after its adoption and submit your comments on the contact Alicia publication.
Williams, Vice President and Community Affairs Officer, at (312) 322-5910; to request a copy of an application, contact Section 4 Colette A. Fried at (312) 322-6846. The Federal Reserve will considerA your and any for a public meetcopy comments of this Ordinance mayrequest be purchased or inspected ing ornormal formalbusiness hearing hours on theatapplication if they are received during City Hall, 160 Zoll Street, Harbor Springs, Michigan. in writing by the Reserve Bank on or before the last day of the comment period. We hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of an ordinance adopted by the City Council of the City of Harbor Springs at a regular meeting held on June 18, 2012.
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CITY OF HARBOR SPRINGS CITY COUNCIL MEETING SYNOPSIS June 18, 2012
fireworks on public property, school property, church prop-
(f) Upon application in writing to the City of Harbor Springs by
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Robert any Sandford association or group of individuals for the public display Secretary, Board of Review
Stafford’s historic trolley was recently donated to Petoskey, HARBOR SPRINGS. 3 bedroom, 2 ½ bath home next to beach. Fabuand is running the streets of lous view, porch, wash/dry, fridge, Downtown, offering free rides garage, walk to shopping. 1 yr. lease, to shoppers and guests. refs required. No pets, no smoking. Talk of a trolley in Down$1200/mo. 513-236-3416. town Petoskey took place for ROOMS FOR RENT. Extended stay/ many years. The City planned construction rates available. Houseto run a rail trolley on the keeping service, Cable, TV, phone, tracks through Pennsylvania microwave, fridge, WI-FI, utilities. No smoking, no pets. COACHHOUSE Park several years ago, and INN, 1011 US-31 N. Petoskey (231) those potential plans are still 347-8281. in place. The 1972 twin coach trolley Area Rugs was purchased by Stafford’s PUBLIC NOTICE Hospitality in 1997 and StafAREA RUGS – New. Capel Braids ford’s & Carpets TO FILL A operated the vehicle “An American Tradition”; for their guests in the years CITY COUNCIL VACANCY Chandler 4 Corner’s Wool Rugs for since then. David Marvin, Cabin or Cottage,April 16, 2012 Stafford’s Vice President, Hundreds to Choose From; City Council is requesting that anyone in filling who hasinterested driven the trolley Excellent Quality and Prices. the Custom City Council seat vacated due to the of death ofover Michael Sizes Available hundreds times those Crookedsubmit River Rustic and of interest. K. Heinz a letter to yearsAny and person becomewishing quite fond Second Hand Man, be appointed to fill the vacancy mustsaid, meet“Ithe following of her, can’t think of US 31 North downtown Alanson. conditions: a better place for her to be 231-548-5173. with of the care 1. You must have been athan resident theCity. City The of Harthat she has already received bor Springs for at least two years immediately Boat Slip For Rent from the DPW crewyou is better prior to the date of the election at which are WALSTROM a MARINE BASIN, 40’ $ than any we were ever able candidate. 6,245, large 60’ $9,445, water, electo give. Preservation of this 2.reserved You shall not be in default to the City. tricity and parking included. historic vehicle is important 3. at You not prices, hold the same office for more than Last slips theseshall reduced Stafford’s and I truly believe 231-838-7470three cell. (3) consecutive to terms. that she will be a great asset to If you meet the above qualifications, andgreat desire to apply an already downtown.” Vacation for the position,Rental you must prepare a letter to Alanthe J. Dika, Plans to operate trolley Mayor, of Harbor Springs, explaining you for are pasin233 E BAY City ST, across from Pier bar, include freewhy rides in becoming City Council stating 7 terested bedroom house great for 3a cousengers.person Hours and of operation ples withyour 4 bedrooms and 2 sleepwhat qualifications are. Your letter must be to received will be from noon 9 pm on ing porches for kids. Easy walking on or before 5:00 p.m., Monday, April 23, Fridays, 2012. Your letThursdays, and Satdistance to all stores, restaurants, terpublic may be sentbeach. via mail to PO Box 678, Harbor Springs, and bathing $2700/ MIAug 49740-0678; via . fax to #231-526-6865; or via e-mail to wk, 13-19 available. VRBO 313918. 734-355-0152. firstname.lastname@example.org.
WEST OFshall REVIEW (iii) No TRAVERSE person underTOWNSHIP the age ofBOARD 18 years buy, purJuly 17, chase, acquire or obtain any 2012 fireworks, as defined herein, The West Traverse Township Board of Review will hold a meeting on Tueswithin the City;
erty, or the propertyrequiring of another person thatshould organizaIndividuals with disabilities auxiliary aidswithout or services contion’sTraverse or person’s express permission. tact West Township by writing or calling the following: P.O. Box 353, Harbor Springs, MI 49740; 231-526-7361, Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
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All Council members were present, except Dika. Council approved the June 4, 2012 regular City Council meeting minutes as read. 3. Council approved bills in the amount of $352,536.44. 4. Council authorized the City Manager to approve proposed written plans for outside displays by the downtown businesses, if in his sole discretion he determines that the displays are not on public property, creating a public safety hazard and not diminishing the ambience of the Downtown area while the Planning Commission reviews this issue for the next ninety (90) days.. 5. Council, by consensus, authorized the City Manager to approve a Fourth of July Fund Raiser proposed by Hannah and Sydney Lewis if 100% of their revenues above the cost of the Fund Raiser goes to their “not-for-profit” organization of choice. 6. Council approved the Library Services Agreement between the Harbor Springs District Library and the Alanson-Littlefield Library and authorized the City Manager to execute said Agreement. 7. Council approved the awarding of the East Bluff Drive and Oak Street Water Reliability Contract to Harbor Springs Excavating in the amount of $217,955.25. 8. Council approved Ordinance No. 382, which aligns the City Code with the Michigan Fireworks Safety Act recently passed by the State Legislature. 9. Council approved, by consensus, waiving the Transient Merchants’ Fees for the Friends of the Harbor Springs Area District Library used book sale to be held under the portico at the Island Bean Store and Coffee Shop. 10. Council approved, by consensus, the addition of two new locations for the performers of the Street Musique Program. They are: a.In the Merchants’ Walkway near State Street behind the Bar Harbor. b.On the lawn at the Marina between the Chamber of Commerce gazebo and the tennis courts. 11. Council approved, by consensus, a Fourth of July Fund Raiser proposed by Nancy Kenyon, owner of 695 East Main Street, to hold a lemonade stand to raise funds for a cancer victim. All of the revenues over the cost of the fund raiser will be used for the cancer victim. 12. Council approved, by consensus, the cancellation of July 2, 2012 regular City Council Meeting.
Harbor Light Community Newsweekly 5 urdays and from noon to 4 pm lax any fast paced, busy world on Sundays through August. expectations. This service is A shorter schedule may be meant to be something fun designed for the fall months. to do and also to make your The route will be on Down- trip to Petoskey even more town streets and there will be memorable. This is vacation loops to Bay View and to the time for many and we will waterfront, all for the purpose create a hospitable, vacation of fun and to bring people to feel with our service.” The Downtown ManageDowntown. Trolley stops will be posted at the gazebo on ment Board wishes to extend Lake Street, at the Perry Hotel, their gratefulness to Stafford’s at Crooked Tree Arts Center, at for this memorable gift and to Voorheis Hall in Bay View, and the men at the Department of at the Marina. The trolley will Public Works for the careful depart from the Perry at ap- attention to detail they gave proximately quarter past the to the restoration and repair hour and will depart from Bay work that was needed. “From the look of the finView at approximately half past the hour (except between ished product, it makes me think that they actually enfive and six in the evening). “The goal is to be able to joyed the job of getting her give people an idea of when ready to hit the road,” Goodto expect the trolley to be man said. “And, as usual, there so that they can make Al Hanson went above and plans. We want people from beyond with his service and helpfulness. It is my first venthe waterfront and Official Bay View Notice turefor into the trolley business to be able to get Downtown Invitation and, between David Marvin, for dinner and lunch and an SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS afternoon of shopping,” said Al Hanson, and the DPW downtown director, Becky crew, I received all the help I Harbor Springs Downtown We are off to a very Goodman. “But this is not the needed. Development Authority start.” kind of trolley service you will good Submitted by Petoskey be able to set your watch by. Downtown Offices The Harbor Springs Downtown Riders are going to have to re- Development Authority will accept proposals through Monday March 5, 5:00 PM to develop the HARBOR SPRINGS DOWNTOWN ENHANCEMENT STRATEGY
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Harbor Springs...Now and Then By CYNTHIA MORSE ZUMBAUGH firstname.lastname@example.org | 231.526.7842 Hollywood lost two luminaries over the last week. Ernest Borgnine brought us years of laughs as McHale and won an award for his work in Marty, but I think the passing of Andy Griffith probably touched many more of us on a more personal level. I saw a sign last week saying that what we need today is more Mayberry and less Jersey Shore. I couldn’t agree more. Many of us feel that we more or less grew up in Mayberry, in a town where everyone knew everyone else’s business and that was okay because, for the most part, we had nothing to
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hide. And besides, sometimes it is comforting to know that someone is watching out for you. When I lived in town in Harbor, I had two wonderful ladies across the street from me and nothing got by them. Sometimes I would barely be in the door before my phone started ringing with Mrs. Truman calling to tell me UPS had left me a package. Once my phone rang in the middle of the night, it was Edna Swiss calling to tell me someone had just stolen my bicycle. Okay, maybe a call before they drove off would have been more helpful, but the thought counted for a lot. I loved the fact that these ladies had my back. We had most of the characters. We didn’t have Floyd, but we had Earl (Heminger), Al (Spencely) and Stan (Huffman). We didn’t have Goober and Gomer, but we had John (Cameron), Frank (Keller), Charlie (Backus) and John (Standish), Garth (Vorce) and Mr. Phillips (I could never have called him by his first name.) We didn’t have Ellie at our drug store, we had Wes (Hovey). We had Mert at her restaurant instead of Juanita at the diner, and speaking just for myself, I think we had several Miss Crumps in Ann Koontz, Kitty Marquardt, Noreen Kolinski and Nancy
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Brookfield (Paige). All were young and pretty with lots of young boys with crushes, I’m sure. Instead of Clara on the City Council, we had Jean Jardine as Mayor and Al Reber was our kindly version of law enforcement. We didn’t have Briscoe Darling and his family playing music, but we had the Cedar Swamp Boys. We didn’t have
Emmet and his fix-it shop, but I will say that the guys at Cassidy’s were pretty good at coming up with solutions for just about any problem. I’m not going to bury myself by making any local references for Officer Barney Fife or for town drunk Otis, except to say that we had many more than one Otis, as I recall. I’ll let you cast those parts in
Obituaries Alfred Fisher, Jr. Alfred J. “AJ” Fisher Jr., a longtime winter resident of Palm Beach, FL. and pioneer in the auto safety industry, died Tuesday, June 19, 2012, in Grosse Pointe, MI. he was 91. He was born and raised in Detroit, the son of one of the two founders of the Fisher Body Co. He attended the University of Detroit and the Cornell School of Engineering. During World War II, he served his country as an officer in the U.S. Navy. After the war, he returned to Detroit and in 1947 founded the Alrowa Metal Co. with his two brothers, Robert and Walter. Alrowa manufactured metal parts, including transmission components, ash trays, outside trim parts, brake bands and metal fasteners. During the Korean War, Alrowa made parts of rocket launchers. The company eventually became Fisher Industries. In 1964, with his brother Walter, Mr. Fisher founded General Safety Corp., a manufacturer of automotive safety belt systems. Little more than a decade later, another family company, Fisher Dynamics, was established with the development of the seat-back latch. Mr. Fisher eventually bought his brothers’ interests in all the companies, and sold General Safety to Allied Signal Corp. in 1995. The successor companies, Fisher Dynamics Corp. and Fisher and Co., continue to supply the global automotive industry. With his wife of 69 years, the former BettyJane Jacobs, Mr. Fisher divided his time between his homes in Palm Beach, Grosse Pointe and Harbor Springs, and aboard his boat, Kingfisher. In Michigan, he was a member or former member of the Bayview Yacht Club, the Country Club of Detroit, the Detroit Athletic Club, the Grosse Pointe Club and the Harbor Point Golf Club. In addition to his wife, Mr. Fisher is survived by his daughters Judy Knudsen and Christine “Tina” Grow; sons Alfred III and Michael Fisher; his brother Walter Fisher; his sister Trude Costello; sons-in-law Peter Knudsen and Richard Grow; daughters-in-law Barbara and Beth; and 11 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the University of Detroit Jesuit High School Scholarship Fund, 8400 Cambridge, Detroit, MI 48221. Online condolences can be made at www.verheyden.org.
Dr. Robert Malcolm Taylor, Sr., 87, of Harbor Springs passed away July 1, 2012 at Hospice Hiland Cottage, Petoskey. Weekdays 7 am - 4 pm He was born 1924 in Detroit, Jim Dika Mon-Sat 11-5 289 E. Main St. Harbor Springs Michigan to Mary “Mae” and Mal721 W. Lake St. Harbor Springs Computers colm Taylor. 231-526-9611 231.526.5571 P.O. Box 141 Bob graduated from MacKenzie High School in Detroit. He married Harbor Springs, MI 49740 Lorna Mundt in 1947 in Rogers City. 231-526-5888 Bob graduated from Wayne State harborspringscomputers.com Medical School in 1948 and was a Captain in the U.S. Army Medijdika@freeway.net cal Corps, Occupational Forces in Robert Taylor Acoustic Guitar/Voice Japan in 1949. folk.blues.jazz In 1955 Bob joined Burns Clinic 439 Pine Street where he49740 practiced Internal Medicine, retiring in 1991. He was Harbor Springs, MI email@example.com a Fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians and a Don’t miss Hank & Stan with Bo White & the Bros. College of Physicians. He was President Fellow ofTarczon the American Rhythm Section (Herb Glahn + Bobof Bowne = “Hank & Stan”) the Michigan Board of Internal Medicine and President of Saturday, Sept. 12 - From 8pm - before 12am the Retired Physicians Association of Collier County. He was SPARKLING FRESH PRODUCE At Little Traverse Bay Golf Club (in the tent) a deacon at First Presbyterian Church of Petoskey and later a Free-will offerings for Manna Food Project are encouraged member of First Presbyterian Church of Harbor Springs. Bob enjoyed skiing, golf and tennis with many relatives and friends. He served as a Certified USTA Umpire, Dr. Taylor was preceded in death by his parents, brother Charles and wife Lorna. He is survived by one son, Dr. Robert M. Taylor, Jr. (Chris) of Rogers City, two daughters, Jill (Ron) Hewitt of Harbor Springs Hand Picked Daily and Sally (Ron) Locke of Hatboro, PA., 5 grandchildren: Dr. Mon-Sat 11-5 Robert (Megan) Taylor, III of Linwood, Benjamin (Kelly) Taylor For over 75 years of Interlochen, Mercedes (Shawn) Ofalt of Safety Harbor, FL, 721 W. Lake St. R. Taylor (Lauren) Locke of Arlington, MA and Tim Hewitt of Harbor Springs; and 3 great grandchildren, Bailey Tompkins, Robert Taylor IV and Sawyer Ofalt, a sister-in-law Marion (Owen) Lamb and many nieces, nephews and cousins. A memorial service will be held July 12 at the First Presbyterian Church of Harbor Springs at 11:00 A.M., preceded by a private immediate family only committal service. Light refreshments will follow at the church. Memorials in honor of Dr. Robert M. Taylor, Sr. may be made to Hospice of Petoskey or a charity of friend’s choice. Online condolences may be made at www.stonefuneralhomeinc.com.
your own minds, I’m sure you have your own nominations for those role. Our town was full of Aunt Bees, my mother and most mothers would have fit, but for some reason I keep drawing up Dorothy Heminger in my mind when I try to name one. They were physically similar but I have no idea whether or not Mrs. Heminger could cook. My favorite Mayberry character was Ernest T. Bass and I can’t say we had anyone close to him; more’s the pity, he was very entertaining. For some reason I keep thinking of Elmer Daniels, did he look like Ernest? He certainly didn’t act like him. And we were all Opie. None of us were perfect, but we were raised to know right from wrong. The best part of the Andy Griffith Show was the fact that there was always a moral dilemma and no one made bad choices that couldn’t be fixed. The worst thing Opie ever did was shoot a bird with his bb gun and has a child ever felt worse about a transgression? I think not. The show offered a scenario where it did take a village to raise a child and that was the way we grew up. I daresay my husband probably took as many swats at the hands of Judy Meyer as he did at home and I know Helen Marihugh or Rosie Warner or Esther Kuhns or Luanne Murchie never hesitated to discipline me when I was at their homes, any more than my mom would have with their children. I’m not advocating child abuse or any thing of the sort, but our parents didn’t have to worry that the other parents would come
back on them; it was never a case of “my child wouldn’t do that.” To the contrary, if any of our parents found out that we needed to be disciplined, we’d probably get it twice as bad when we got home. I wish I could whistle, I think that is an almost obligatory way to end a conversation about Mayberry, but I’m sure that song in playing in your head already. Very sincere condolences to Kathryn Vieau Coe, whose husband Scott passed away over the weekend. All of our thoughts go out to Kathy and to their children at this time. Congratulations to Jeremy and Liz Clare Mullens who welcomed Tristan Robert Mullens to their family on June 28. Can only imagine how excited big sister Evie at her brother’s birth. Congratulations to Grandma JoAnn Clare, too. I missed a couple of birthdays over the holidays, hope that Sophie Carpenter (7/1) and Jackson Wells (7/11) both had absolutely wonderful birthdays. This week, let’s begin by wishing Happy Birthdays to Garett Paige and Paige Ranney on the 14th and to Lana Hamlin Tompkins on July 15. On Monday the 16th, we send birthday wishes to Chris Johnson, Mike Simkins, and Catherynn Spierling and on Tuesday to Jon Werden, Carolyn Kalbfleisch and Kristie Blanck Dickinson. Finally, on July 18, Happy Birthday to Marc Sprague and Jolene Kosequat Ester. Share your news with Cynthia, firstname.lastname@example.org 231.56.7842
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Rachel Morris, 18, a Legion and Auxiliary Convention was The 92nd American senior at Harbor held in Kalamazoo, Michigan recently. Merilee Walter, Gloria Springs Highjunior Schoolmember Kailey Walter of Harbor Springs Lasley and had 20” of her hair (19th District) attended the convention. Kailey is the daughter cut off on April 9, of David and Chery Walter. The 19th District was in first place 2010 with the help this year for membership, and many awards and ribbons were of Madge Heinz at also awarded to the 19th District. Wilwin Lodge in Trout Lake The Hair House of will be the project for District President, Merilee. The lodge is Harbor Springs. available to any Veteran and family to go and stay for a retreat. Rachel will send her There will be an open house on July 14 at the Lodge with the cut hair along to National Commander being on hand for the event. Locks of Love, a non-profit organizaLocalwhere Red itCross Blood Noted tion, will be made Drives into a hair piece for a child suffering from long-term medical hair loss. And Rachel a The American Red Cross officials encourage people to has make fun new hair style to enjoy! ( Courtesy Photo) blood donations part of summer plans. Following is the list of blood drives in the Harbor Springs/Petoskey area through The Northern Michigan Chorale announces their annual Aug 3:: Vocal Music Scholarship grant. These scholarships are July 13: Harbor Springs, Harbor Light Christian School, available for anyone of high school age or older. Applicants Clayton Rd, 11 am-4:45 pm need to be a resident of Northern Michigan. Letters of July 19: Petoskey, Community Health Education Center, 360 application are due by Friday, May 7, 2010 and need to Connable, 7:30 am-1:15 pm include name, address and phone number. Also, in the July 23: Petoskey, American Red Cross, 2350 Mitchell Pk Dr, application letter, specify the planned use for the grant - such 12:30 pm-6:15 pm as vocal lessons or music camp assistance. Vocal students July 25: Bay View Women’s Council Bldg, 9:30 am-3:15 pm and High School applicants should provide a letter of Aug 3 : Petoskey, American Red Cross, Mitchell Pk Dr, 11 recommendation from your music instructor. Auditions will am-4:45 pm take place on Mon, May 17 at 7:00 pm at the Petoskey United To make an appointment to donate blood, call the American Methodist Church, 1804 E. Mitchell. Send letters of Red Cross local office at 231-347-5984, ext 109. They will also be application to Northern Michigan Chorale, Box 51, Petoskey, able to answer any questions you may have regarding donating MI 49770. For more information, contact Meredith Richter at blood. Donors without appointments are always welcome. 347-9717. The folks at HolyWomen Cross Parish in CrossatVillage will be hosting Panhellenic to meet Terrace Inn a Pancake/Egg/Sausage breakfast on Sunday, April 18, The Northern Michigan Women will meet serving from 8-11 am in Panhellenic the Fr. Al Parish Center. Cost isfor $5a noon luncheon on Wednesday, July 18, 2012 at The Terrace Inn which includes all the pancakes you can eat! Contact Sue in Bay View. The program will be “Food Trends, Food Trucks Parson at 526-2874 for more information. and a Healthy Halo”, presented by Sandra Burt. Hostesses are ConnieBirthday Burt andto Ruth Rizzo. Happy Frank Lauer who celebrates on April 15 Reservations are due by Monday noon, July 16 and can be from your family and friends. made Ketterer by signing upbeatcelebrating the Bay View Officeon or April call 231Hana will herPost birthday 16 348-0720. with her family and friends - have a great day!
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July 7 numerous restaurants; and will Saturday, July 14),during look foris more blueberprovide one information and ask for ainput on the that be offered facing approximately portable BBQ grill; pig roast; F ries, raspberries and the last of theofcherries. Harbor year treatmentcontinued along withimprovement 10 cords of of pole wood;Springs. jewWEEK'S LOW Our creative vendors have found ways to make She You has can be of this important process, chemotherapy. no a part Biological Station elry including earrings, braceWEEK’S LOW delicious pesto out of any number green so come downlets to the and and find much, out how healthofinsurance coverage on On Sat,Mon., AprilJuly 10 9 andmarket necklaces; offers enrichment garden gems, including kale and arugula. to get involved. And this Saturday, July 14, and the April 17 benefit will much more! courses for adults help support her during treatHave you tried the newest additions to our the Little Traverse Society will “WeBay areHumane very, very pleased F The University of Michigan ment and recovery. ben-us to Main Street walk? Four varieties of hummus, beThe joining answer questions about how with the number and quality Things have settled down a bit after Biological Station will offer is sponsored VFW homemade quiche and someefit amazing veg- by you canPost give aofpet a home. It’sreceived a full week items we’ve forat It the weekto of the holiday events. wasbusy back much more two mini-courses formade adulttheir 2051 and American Legion etarian salads have appearance market and we arelive looking forward to seeing seasonal the and silent auctions,” We had some beautifulthis weather durconditions past enrichment in June. ing that time. Although it was hot on 281. you you there. this year and are just waiting Post to seduce said Roger Mays, Building week with night time temthe 4th one could find shade, and the Forest andtasty Landscape EcolThe numerous local resi- Manager and Quartermaster/ peratures with their charms. And while we are hovering orfarbewater to cool off in wasatnot away! ogy asks,in“Why do plants dents involved in collecting Chief Financial Officer for lowIt seemed basking this glorious sunshine, remember Meet us at the market! like everyone having the freezing markwas while grow where they donations from area busi- VFW Post 2051. Cyndi “Individuals Kramer warming that grilling out isdo?” whatSussummer was made fun and for part everything to the themost mid-50s durtainable Urbanism: Urban smoothly! We are now in a penesses and community resi- and businesses Market in our comMaster ingwent for....if you can grill it, we have it! Chicken, the day. We had some riod of almost perfect weather - cool Design with Nature, exam- dents have been over- munity have been outstandrain, about 3” and of pleasant wet snow at night, sunny during ines the links between human whelmed by the outpouring ing with their support. There which quite the day.disappeared Enjoy every minute, visit our settlement patterns and cli- offered World War II program July support. 23 in Petoskey of community will be something for every- quickly Farmers Market - it is a fun but did remind usplace!! it is mate change. a few of the items one at the benefit,” he said.what still only April. Weather Larry Martin’s World War II - InJust Their Own me. Laterfor when I started to understand Condtions highBoth classes are on- firm the dedication live and silent auction Mays alsolike wanted comlights brought Words is based ontaught one man’s our lives could have been if thethe men of the remain dry - predictions of site at and near the University you weekly include: boat‘Greatest rental; The munity to know is the to bringing the stories of WWII to as float many Generation’ had lostthis WWII, it first made rain at the end oftothe week by: ofpeople Michigan Biological Pointer boatme rides; golf totime American Legion as possible. The Stagoal isPier to share with to want tell asthat many people as I could hopefully may produce those tion which is located on the packages from several area Post 281 and VFW Post 2051 the world exactly what the heroes who fought about what our lives could have been like if April showers needed to ensouth side of Douglas Lake resorts; hand-crafted furni- have come together to sponfor our freedom during the Second World War it were not for their great sacrifices. I thought courage our spring things to near Pellston. ture including sor an did, and to pay them tribute while educating a picnic that a table, good place toevent. start would be with my burst forth. Mini-Courses allow ineveryone on the facts and the significance of two daughters who were born in the 1960s. depth study of an environthis tragic and important event in our nation’s On Monday, July 23 at 7:00 p.m. in the Carn- Weather mental topic in a friendly, history. egie Building, Martin will show the story of Highlights supportive atmosphere. They Larry’s interest in WWII history and his pas- Community Colin McKenzie.Salutes Mr. McKinzie was at Pearl brought to you are taught by individuals who sion for both gathering and sharing the stories Harbor on Dec.7th 1941 aboard the Battleship each week by: are leaders in their field and of the men and women of the war has sparked Pennsylvania manning a gun; he was wounded are well acquainted with the Appreciates volunteers Sampled at Irish Boat Shop the creation of the In Their Own Words proj- and hospitalized for four months. He was also Biological Station and Northon Monday, July 9 ect. This project is intended to educate future at Normandy on the destroyer USS Thompson ern Michigan. Scientists, an unique unknown on writer work, commitment and Junesaid, 6th “When 1944 (D-DAY). generations on this fascinatingAs and Last week: 70º teachers and “laymen” inter- pleasure all become one and you reach that deep well where Along with the showing of the video about history as well as to foster an appreciation for ested in learning something passion lives, nothing is impossible”. The volunteers of the the hardships endured by all war veterans so McKinzie, local veterans Hugh Winnell and Brought to you courtesy of new have all benefitted from Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan, Inc. (WRC) Hank Ameel will answer questions after the that we may all live in a free country. Irish Boat Shop the Mini-Courses. are a shining example of how passion translates into video and share part of their stories. Winnell, Over the past decade, Larry Martin has www.irishboatshop.com The Biological Station of- possibility. The WRC was founded in 1977 by community conducted video interviews of WWII 88, flew the Cosair F4UF in the war. Ameel fers spring over and75 summer members who had a dream of building an agency committed veterans and has hosted over 50 programs at landed in the second wave at Iwo Jima. classes for college students to equality, justice and the well-being of women in Northern This program is open to the public and adpublic facilities across the and is libraries the siteandofother many Michigan. Their passion bloomed into the formation of the mission It is sponsored by the Petoskey country. research projects conducted organization’s multitude isoffree. human service programs and Temperature: District Library and the Friends of the Library. Martin said, “I became interested in WWII by scientists from across the lives on 33 years later through the hard work and For more information, contact the Library at history when I was a kid. I have read about the country. For more informa- commitment of the many volunteers who continue to actively waron allthe of my life because it really interested 231-758-3100. F tion Biological Station support the agency. -Submitted by Petoskey District Library www.lsa.umich.edu/umbs/. During National Volunteer Week, April 18-24, the WRC Sampled celebrates the many accomplishments of our volunteer team. Updates at Irish Boat and Shop directory additions, 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 Call Ruth 526-2191 past year through the dedication of our volunteers. Our volunteer staff support families at the Safe Home, ring up Last St. John’s Episcopal Church week: LIQUID ICE sales and stock merchandise at the Gold Mine Resale Shops, June 17 - Sept. 2 Brought to you courtesy of serve on the Board of Directors, assist with agency mailings, Sunday Services: Irish Boat Shop John’s Episcopal Church 8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. answer the 24-hour crisis phoneSt. line, style hair at the Safe www.irishboatshop.com June 19 - Sept. 4 and other West Third/Traverse St. Home, do facility upkeep and maintenance, Sunday Services: All Welcome important tasks. a.m. & 10:30 a.m. The Catholic Communities of Our volunteers touch the lives of8:30 hundreds of individuals West Third/Traverse St. L’Seasonal Arbre CrocheResidents and families served by the WRC in Antrim, Charlevoix, All Welcome Don’t forget change your MASStoSCHEDULE Cheboygan, Emmet, and Otsego counties. Last year alone, the Holy Childhood address with usofifJesus you Church, are WRC provided safety and advocacy to 595 victims of domestic Harbor Springs moving to or from abuse in Northern Michigan including 2,727 nights of Saturday 5:00Springs pm; Sunday 7:30 am, Harbor housing provided to 167 women and children at the Safe 9am & 11am Call (231) 526-2191 Home. The support of our volunteers plays a critical role in Holy Cross Church news@ Cross Village the agency’s ability to provide these vital services to those in ncpublish.com Saturday 6 pm thru Labor Day need. We salute the passion and possibility that WRC St. Nicholas Church volunteers bring to our organization and community! Larks Lake Jamie Winters Sunday , 11:00 am Safe Home Coordinator www.holychildhoodchurch.org Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan, Inc. The Catholic Communities 231-526-2017
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Fourth of July Crowds gathered in downtown Harbor Springs last Wednesday, July 4 for a hot and sunny Independence Day. Annual events included the Paul Revere Run, parade through downtown, an art fair and a fireworks display after dusk. We gathered a collection of images celebrating this picture perfect small town holiday.
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Good Lovelies to perform at Bay View Friday, July 13
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Funny and upbeat, with just a pinch of sass, the Good Lovelies‘ textbook three-part harmonies, constant instrument swapping, and witty on-stage banter have enlivened the folk music landscape since they joined forces in 2006 for their first show at Toronto’s funky Gladstone Hotel. Now they will come to Bay View after
The Petoskey Farmers Market is in full swing with more and more local produce and products arriving each week. On Friday, July 13, the market will host a tasting day from 10:00 a.m. until noon. Samples of products from 25 farms will be available for a free tasting. Recipes and meal suggestions will also be available at each
a successful performance at last year’s BlissFest, bringing their charming, feel-good show back to the area for an encore performance on Friday, July 13 at 8 p.m. The performance will be held on the lawn in front of John M. Hall Auditorium (inside if rain threatens), so lawn chairs, blankets, etc. are all welcome.
Tickets for The Good Lovelies are $20 for adults (children under 18 are free) and can be purchased at the Bay View Box Office, by phone at 1-800-595-4849, or at www. bayviewfestival.org. For more information call Chris Ludwa at 231-347-4210 or email bvmf.office@gmail. com.
Week of July 11-17, 2012 farmer’s booth. The market runs each Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. through September 28. The location of the market is Howard Street, between Mitchell and Michigan Streets. Any recipe ingredients not available for purchase at the Farmers Market can be found at The Grain Train Natural Foods Market. Local musicians create a fun ambience
providing entertainment each Friday morning. A committee of local growers works with the Chamber to support the growth and success of the market. This success benefits the growers, and also gives the residents and guests of Downtown Petoskey a chance to buy quality farm, fished, and foraged products. For more information, contact Kathy Bardins, Market Master, at 231-487-1188.
Concerto winners to perform at Bay View July 15 The Bay View Music Festival is introducing the 2012 Adrian Boyer Aria and Concerto Winners: Soprano Jackline Madegwa and Violinist Ashton Fineout. These two will be performing with the Bay View Festival Orchestra on Sunday, July 15 at 8 p.m. in Hall Auditorium for this special concert. Madegwa will sing Samuel Barber’s tone poem Knoxville, Summer of 1915 while Fineout will play the third movement of the Bruch Concerto for Violin in G minor, both with orchestra. The concert will also feature Ros-
sini’s Overture to The Barber of Seville (the one from Bugs Bunny cartoons), Dukas’ Sorcerer’s Apprentice (featured in Fantasia), and the Dream and Pantomime sequence from Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel, a lush orchestral setting of the well-known prayer “Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep.” Each of these masterpieces are highly accessible, tune-filled works that anyone can enjoy. The evening is part of the Sunday Sunset Vesper Series at Bay View, a variety concert that occurs weekly through the summer. As with
all vespers concerts at Bay View, those under 18 years of age are free, while adults are just $12. Tickets can be ordered by phone at 800-595-4849 or online at www.bayviewfestival.org. For those wanting to purchase in person, the Bay View Box Office is open 9:30 a.m. -Noon Monday through Saturday and one hour prior to concerts. General questions should be directed to Chris Ludwa (231) 347-4210 or emails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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work,” Carbeck said. For Carbeck, the reasons she began getting involved in community service were similar to many other students, but the outcome was different. “I joined the National Honor Society because that’s what involved honor students did, but little did I know that I would fall in love with giving back,” Carbeck professed. Carbeck said she found that she loved supporting communities, and areas of greatest need, by working with people of all ages. This love started in her first volunteer trip to South Africa during spring break of her sophomore year. The main project she worked on was building water fountains for families. During this project, she gained a deep respect and bond with the parents she worked alongside, and loved playing with the children of the towns she worked with on her SAME (South African Medical Expedition) trip. Visiting Africa may have served as the main inspiration for her devotion to the community, but growing up in Harbor Springs also played a large role. Carbeck said she’s been influenced by the nature of the community. “People are so caring about each other in Harbor Springs,” she noted. Even though it is a small town, Carbeck said she did not feel any limitations placed on her ability to volunteer. “There are so many opportunities, even in a small community,” Carbeck explained. Moving on from Harbor Springs to the University of Michigan will not change Carbeck’s view on community service. She said she plans to make the most of all the different opportunities college has to offer, one of those being service groups.
Harbor Springs Community Food Pantry June Report: 933 family members served The Harbor Springs Community Food Pantry served 355 families, with 993 family members, during the month of June. For the first half of the year, the pantry averaged 87 families per week. Fresh vegetables are always in high demand-and are most difficult for the food pantry to obtain. In this season of plenty, food pantry coordinator, Pringle Pfeifer, noted any shared harvests are greatly appreciated. “If there are any gardeners out there who have bumper crops of almost any fresh produce in the coming months, our families would love to help them out. We get some produce from Manna, Glen’s and Bill’s, but not nearly enough for everybody, and it is very expensive to buy,” she said. The pantry opens its doors at 8 a.m. every Monday morning and start serving at 9:30 a.m.. “Ideally, any produce could be delivered between 8-9:30 a.m., but we might be able to arrange a pickup on Monday morning if needed. We have very limited space to refrigerate fresh produce, but some crops do ok for a few days just out in the basement because the basement is fairly cool,” Pfeifer said. Interested in donating or have a question? Contact Pfeifer (231) 526-8737.
In the end, Carbeck said her service to others is equally beneficial to her. “I like working with people because seeing them smile is really rewarding for me,” Carbeck said.
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a four mile run out and back on Beach Drive through Wequetonsing. The transition space is in Jean Jardine Park, between City Hall and Zoll Street Beach. The finish is also in Jean Jardine Park, and makes for a great spot for spectators. The event’s brevity compared to many other triathlons-- and the ability to have a three person team (one for each leg of the race)-- helps people of all levels, from triathlon first-timers all the way to experienced triathletes, participate. “This is a family fun but yet competitive event,” said Tom Behan, triathlon race director and Bay Tennis & Fitness owner. While the race is designed to be accessible for all, experienced triathletes are sure to attend. A Harbor Springs local, Mike Kilbourn, has been a previous triathlete of the Triathlon. Currently 68 years old, he said he will “absolutely” be returning to race in the event. Kilbourn competes in about eight races a year, four of which are triathlons. From years of experience, his knowledge of triathlons is impressive, and he noted the Little Traverse Triathlon is different and exceptional. “It’s a beautiful triathlon,” he said. Additionally, the relay feature of the event allows for participants to choose their favorite sport and and split up the rest of the race with friends. The only qualification for the race is that the participants must be age 15 and older or be accompanied by a parent. The event hosts a Mini Kids Race starting at 8:15 a.m., which consists of a short wade/swim, 100 yard bike, and a 100 yard run. The kids race is free and available to
In appreciation Safer Zoo-de-Mac The M-119 Tunnel of Trees Scenic Heritage Route Committee would like to thank everyone involved that made the 2012 Zoo-de-Mac Bicycling Event a lot safer! The Committee thanks the Zoo-de-Mac organizer, Greg Drawbaugh and Brad Keen from Boyne Country USA; the Michigan Department of Transportation; Bill Prall, former Chair and member of the Heritage Route Committee; the Michigan State Police Petoskey Post; the Emmet County Sheriff Department;
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children three and up. All receive a medal. Registration Team 4 - 120 points is not necessary. Ann Irish Volunteers are also an esDodie Horan sential part of the triathlon. Kathy Motschall Triathlon volunteers help Sue West protect and guide the particiTeam 3 & 5 tied -121 points pants while they are competTeam 3 ing, and many come back to Marta Olofsson help out each year. Jane Rye “Without these volunteers Judy Petro to protect the participants, Sue Warner events like this don’t happen,” Team 5 Behan declared. Maureen Nicholson Putting on a triathlon is not Terry Farguharson easy, but celebrating the acJulia Kort tive nature of this community Margie Burch makes it worth the effort. One group had a two net “It requires a lot of planbest of 53. Good going ning,” Behan said. Team 9 People on his staff start Jan Wilkins making the preparations for Maureen Wall the event months in advance. Karen Adams A step-by-step manual for the Jan Mancinelli triathlon, labeled the ‘Triathlon Bible,’ has even been Standings for the created to help the timing and Harbor Springs Ladies safety of the event. Golf League for Another neat part of this Monday, July 2 event being local is access Harbor Point Golf Club to personal coaching for the triathlon. Participants who Team 4 - 183 points are new to the triathlon enAnn Irish vironment can be hooked Dodie Horan up with individuals in the Kathy Motschall area for help. Coaches can be Sue West accessed by contacting Bay Team 8 - 190 points Tennis & Fitness. Jeannie Canada “When things run smooth, Bev Ironside people are safe,” Behan exDee Pickett plained. Debi Schoenherr Since the triathlon’s first Team 3 - 195 points appearance three years ago, Marta Olofsson there has not been a single acJane Rye cident. Behan acknowledged Judy Petro local law enforcement, saying Sue Warner 262deserve E. Maincredit Streetfor - Harbor Springs | 231.526.4050 they this One group had a two net accomplishment because of best ball of four for the their dedicated patrol of the night with a two net 62. street corners, which provides Good going Team 8 protection for the runners. Jeannie Canada Safety-- and local orgaBev Ironside nization-- are not the only Dee Pickett great attributes of the Harbor Debi Schoenherr Springs Triathlon. The vistas and clean race course are also notable factors. “You couldn’t find a nicer venue,” said Behan. “It’s Store hours: probably the most beauti- Mon - Sat 10:00 - 5:00 | Sun.11:00 - 4:00 ful scenery of any triathlon anywhere.” The event usually ends by 2 p.m., and as soon as the race The Paul Revere Fourth of festivities are complete, the July 10 mile and three mile run transition and finish space, was held downtown Harbor as well as the course itself, are Springs on the hot morning Up to everything in the store cleaned up 75% and leftoff spotless. of July 4.. Proceeds from the To compete in the Harbor annual race benefit the HarSprings Triathlon, partici- bor Springs cross country and pants must register online track teams. before the race day, July 15. The 10 mile race overall All paid participants receive winner was Theresa Huprikar a free lunch and a triathlon of Freeport, 1.04. Individual Store hours: shirt. Registration, coaching Mon 10:00 and - 5:00 division | Sun.11:00 results - 4:00 age- Sat group referrals, and triathlon infor- can be found at harborlight mation can be accessed at news.com. http://www.littletraversetri. com.
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the Boy Scouts; and the Good Hart Fire and Rescue. The event organizers worked with the Heritage Route Committee, the Michigan Department of Transportation, Michigan State Police and the Emmet County Sheriff Department to create a safety checklist for this year’s event and following actions were implemented and/or promoted: pre-event education for bicyclists; signage for the bicyclists and motorists; riding single file on M-119; chalk centerlines at the curves
of concern; rest stops; and restrooms. The Committee received many comments that included, “the best this event has ever been.” Let’s continue to make this event the safest it has ever been by working together. Sincerely, M~119 Tunnel of Trees Scenic Heritage Route Committee Larry Wallen, Chairman
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Ted It says volumes about where we are as a society to realize that this movie won the box office the week that it debuted. I wish that I could be morally superior and say that it completely disgusted me, but I can’t. It made me laugh, though I am not particularly proud about enjoying the humor in a story about a profane, fornicating teddy bear. If you appreciate the humor of Seth McFarlane, writer and star of Family Guy, you will enjoy this movie. If you are not familiar with the particular brand of humor that is Mr. McFarlane, be prepared. There is no situation too low if it might result in a laugh, he strives to be equally offensive to everyone and everything and if you shock easily, this isn’t for you. John Bennet (played as an adult by Mark Wahlberg) is hopelessly lonely child, yearning pathetically for a friend. When his parents give him a very large teddy bear for Christmas, he names the bear Ted and makes a wish that the bear will come to life and be his forever friend. Magically, he does just that. For a time, Ted enjoys fame as a walking, talking teddy bear, but as this movie opens, it is twenty-seven years later and Ted and John are still best buds, leading slacker lives while lounging on the sofa smoking pot and watching Flash Gordon reruns. This doesn’t make John’s girlfriend, Lori (Mila Kunis) very happy. Eventually, after their non-stop juvenile behavior drives her to the edge, Lori gives John an ultimatum; her or the bear. Add to this mix Lori’s lecherous boss (Joel McHale) and a psycho father (Giovanni Ribisi) trying to steal Ted for his spoiled child and you have a very muddled (and predictable) plot, but with some definitely good laughs thrown in along the way. It’s not a career making performance for any of the stars, but Wahlberg and Kunis are both so likeable they make it work and McFarlane’s Ted is obnoxious beyond all belief, but he remains pretty hard to dislike. If you are into eighties nostalgia, this movie is for you. With guest appearances by Sam Jones and Tom Skerrit, a good soundtrack and lots of eighties references, it is a lot of fun in that respect. Rated R, and they are not kidding. Yes, there is a cute little bear, but this is absolutely not for children; there are sexual situations and innuendo, non-stop profanity and frequent drug use.
Free Horse and Carriage Rides, on the Bluff above Harbor Springs will begin Tuesday nights starting July 10 from 6-9 pm through Aug 14. The IGA and Uptown Harbor Springs merchants at Fairview Square are sponsoring these free rides. Reservations are not needed. The carriage will be waiting at the Fairview Square and IGA parking lots. Rides will travel along the bluff overlooking downtown Harbor Springs and the harbor. Downtown carriage rides will start again in August in downtown Harbor Springs.
Museum. A vision celebration will be Sunday, July 14 at 4 p.m. at Harbor Springs Performing Arts Center.
Community Wide Yard Sales, will be Friday and Saturday July 20, 21 from 9-5 p.m.. Bring your vans, trucks and trailers to haul all your bargains. Antiques, crafts and food available. Maps are available on July 18 at New Beginnings Thrift and Resale on Conway Road in Harbor Springs.
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Area Festivals Blissfest, Roots and World Music Festival will be July 1315 at Blissfest Festival Farm in Harbor Springs near Cross Village. Tickets are now on sale for the 32nd Annual Blissfest, a celebration of music, culture, art and community featuring diverse, innovative folk, world, roots music and dance and workshops at the 120 acre farm. Event information can be found at blissfest.org.
inexpensive bikes for the family. Professional staff will help with pricing and handle sales. Cash sales only. Proceeds will be used to support trail development. Call (231)347-6118 for more information.
What’SUP Monday Nights, Paddleboarding will be hosted by The Outfitter of Harbor Springs. Join the fun every Monday night for standup paddleboarding on the harbor. Free and open to all ages and abilities. Leaving Jo Ford boat launch on Bay Street at 7 pm. Please, paddleboards only and lifejackets mandatory. Equipment rental available. Pre-registration required; call (231)526-2621 or stop in The Outfitter on 153 E. Main Street.
Charlevoix Venetian, Festival is July 21-28. The festival brings the party to downtown Charlevoix; come for the boat parade, musical entertainment, youth events, fair festivities and fireworks. Visit www.venetianfestival.com for more information.
Traverse City, Cherry Festival will be July 7-14. The town will offer everything cherry, fair rides, live concerts, pie eating contests and much more. Visit www.cherryfestival.org for more information.
Great Outdoors Trail Run Series, hosted by The Outfitter of Harbor Springs, is open to runners of all ages and abilities. Runs are hand-timed on marked trails and 4-6 miles long. The third run of the 8-run series is Wednesday, July 11 with free giveaways from Merrell. Meet at 7:00pm at LTC Good Hart Farms Nature Preserve trailhead on Robinson Road. Register for 4 or more runs ($8 per run) or drop-in ($10) for runs that fit your schedule. Runs are every Wednesday night at 7:00pm excluding July 4. For more information call The Outfitter at (231)526-2621, stop in or visit www.outfitterharborsprings.com.
A Bike swap, will be Saturday, July 14, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m., behind Glen’s North near the bike trail in Petoskey. Co-sponsored by the Top of Michigan Trails Council and High Gear Sports. Sell your good used bikes; find
University of Michigan Biological Station, will host Discovery Day will be from 2-4 p.m. on Saturday, July 14. This year’s Discovery Day will offer two presentations starting at 2 p.m.. One will be on the Biological Station’s history. The other will be on piping plovers, a local endangered bird species. Visitors can take a self-guided tour of campus. Stops include an insect lab, an underground soil observatory, student housing and more. The station is located off Riggsville Road (C64) in Pellston, approximately 6 miles east of US 31.
Libraries Summer Technology Series, at the Harbor Springs library will host “What to Buy” on Tuesday, July 17 at 10:30 a.m.. Thinking about buying a new computer, tablet, or smartphone? Here’s a class all about what’s out there for for advanced computer/ gadget users.
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
Little Traverse Bay Regatta event will be July 27-28 in Harbor Springs, hosted by the Little Traverse Yacht Club. Sailboats from across the U.S. head to Harbor Springs each summer for sailing traditions. Best viewing for events is between 11 a.m.-3 p.m. each day.
Tuesday, July 24 at 7 p.m. at 5:00pm Pond Hill Farm. Cost is $65 per per person. Enjoy a gourmet Harbor Springs Vision Fair, Located 12 miles north of Harbor Springs and 11/2 miles four course meal created using July 11-14, will be the building south of Cross Village, on State Road our own farm raised ingrediblock for the city’s Downtown ents. Paired with four of our very Enhancement Plan. Residents own Harbor Springs Winery are invited for drop in chats Chicken www.crowsnest-harborsprings.com wines. Reservations Required. and scheduled sessions. Drop The farm is located 5 miles in andW on Wednesday, July Boathouse Grill north nextoftodowntown the Harbor E chat Nfrom 11 1-5 p.m. at 201 E. Bay St. beach at Walstrom’s Boathouse. Springs on M119. Tunnel of and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Thursday Trees.www.pondhill.com www. from 11-3 and Friday.Tuesday-Saturday Sessions will be held harborspringswinery.com 2319-12 on the hour on Thursday 526-FARM. at the Harbor Springs History
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A Girls Softball, Pitching Clinic will be held in Harbor Springs on July 21, 22. Grades 5-8 are welcome on Saturday and High School level are invited Sunday. Learn the fundamentals, mechanics and specialty pitches for all abilities. Cost is $20 per athlete and questions and registration can be directed to Coach McIntosh at (810)358-1436.
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take place in the gazebo in Pennsylvania Park in Petoskey. summer environmental educaLawn and bench seating are tion programs are now running. available. Music begins at 12:15 This summer, the Conservancy and runs through August 17. has expanded its summer eduFor a full schedule visit www. cation program offerings into crookedtree.org.. three age groups to best suit the broad range of development in the younger ages. All pro- Douglas Lake Bar, has musical grams are offered at no charge, entertainment from 6-9 p.m. but space is limited and preeach Sunday night through registration is required to allow August 26. The Steakhouse is staff to prepare supplies and located on Douglas Lake Rd. in ensure a quality experience. For Pellston. For more information program details and locations, call (231)539-8588. please visit www.landtrust.org or call (231)347-0991. by Elinor Lipman
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will host Weekly Activities; participants can spin the wheel and play the game/activity on which the wheel lands. Sk8 Park will have daily challenges to encourage kids to try new activities. Each Wednesday the Sk8 Park will serve a kid friendly meal and participants will be able to play some fun/silly games. Cost for dinner, dessert, and a drink is $5 per person. The park will also host an eight week Skate Contest Series. Contests take place each week with one or two skating contests such as Ollie, half-pipe contests, street and more. For more information visit the park on the top of the hill on Hoyt.
Kids Kayak Camp, presented by The Outfitter of Harbor Springs will run every week this summer. This is big fun, team building and paddling skills for 9-12 year olds. The camp offers three day sessions (TuesThurs) through August 16 from 9:30am-noon. Register for one or more sessions. The $90 fee includes instruction and equipment; $80 for subsequent sessions and discounted rate for Emmet County students. The first two days meet at Josephine Ford Park on Bay Street, and Day three meets at Round Lake boat launch on Powell Road. Pre-registration required. To register call (231)526-2621 or stop in The Outfitter at 153 E. Main Street in Harbor Springs.
Arts Crooked Tree Arts Center, is offering classes in fine art and dance for a variety of ages. Youth Art Camp is July 23-27 for grades 4-8. The Art of Photoshop will be July 19,20 and a watermedia workshop will be July 30,31 and August 1. For more classes and information visit www.crookedtree.org.
Real People Media, will offer film making courses in northern Michigan starting this month. Sessions include Video Production Bootcamp, Narrative Film shooting, Documentary Interview, Camera Basics and Animation workshops. More details can be found at realpeoplemedia.org under programs and classes.
showing the period film “Easy Virtue” on Wednesday, July 11, 7:30 pm at the Petoskey District Library, Carnegie Building at 451 E. Mitchell St., old library building. Donations are appreciated. Call the PFT hotline at (231)758-3108.
Movies-in-the-Park, in Petos-
key will be showing family films on Friday nights all summer long in Pennsylvania Park by the Perry Hotel, at dusk. This Friday’s movie is ”Despicable Me”. Movie lovers of all ages are welcome. Bring your kids, blankets, lawn chairs, (benches are available too) and see a movie Petoskey YMCA, is proud to out under the stars. For latest announce the the Harlem movie info call the PFT Movie Closed for Spring Cleaning Globetrotters are coming for Hotline at 758-3108. a special performance at the April 4th, Reopen April 15th. Harbor Springs High School, Nub’s Nob Art Fair, will be July 7 p.m., Wednesday, August 1. 11 from 9:30-4 p.m.. The show Tickets are now on sale at the will feature over 125 artists. JustChamber off Pleasantview Rd. Harbor Springs of Lunch available for purchase. Commerce, Harbor and at theSprings YMCA. Admission for the day is $3 and For more information visit ages 12 and under are free. www.harlemglobetrotters.com.
Good Friday All You Can Eat Perch Fry!
Visions of Bay View, Exhibit
Music Bay View Music Festival, runs through August 12. Shows include pop, jazz, classical, and chamber music and theatrical performances. For tickets call (800)595-4849 or visit www.bayviewfestival.org. The box office in Bay View is open 9:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. Monday - Saturday.
Dixieland music, will be heard
2 for $25 5-6 pm (Must order before 6 pm)
every Thursday in July and August at 7 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in Petoskey. For 29 years the church has hosted this musical series featuring the Epsilon Jazz Band. Children are welcome; a $5 donation is requested. Call (231)347-4792.
Charlotte Ross Concerts, in the park have begun. Concerts
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Books of Note THE BUDDHA IN THE ATTIC by Julie Otsuka
This elegantly, poetically written book is one voice telling the story of a people who struggled to come to America, who struggled to become American, only to have America turn away from them, take their freedon and all that they had struggled to earn. The sadness is that not one voice opposed or even questioned America’s decisions toward the Japanese. The Japanese were imprisoned because of the country they came from, the way they looked, the climate of the time - and not because of anything they did in this country. The story of the young women brought from Japan to San Francisco nearly a century ago is told like a song, a chorus of women’s voices - there are no heroes or heroines and little dialogue. The picture Ms. Otsuka paints so skillfully is of the plight of an entire group of people. The story is one we should be reminded of lest we make the same mistakes again. The story contains sadness and defeat, but also bright moments of happiness and success. It is so expertly written that it flows and carries you along until you feel a part of the moment, the time. The Buddha in the Attic was a National Book Award Finalist, A Best Book of the Year by the Boston Globe and Vogue and a New York Times Notable Book. This book is an excellent choice for book groups because of the timely issues it raises. It is a story that holds meaning for many generations and is steeped in history. It is such good use of your reading time!!
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will be hosted at the Petoskey District Library to feature photographer Robert Cleveland. The photo exhibit runs thru August 24. For more information call the library at (231)758-3100.
Call for Artists Mini Fair photo contest, and fair will be held at the Fire Hall grounds on Robinson Road in Good on Sunday July 22. The fundraiser supports the all-volunteer Fire and Rescue Squad in Readmond, Friendship and Cross Village townships. Send your 8 x 10 pictures, no matte or frame, along with a $1 entry fee for each photo (limit of six photos), to Mini Fair Photo Contest, P.O. Box 971, Good Hart, MI 49737. Include your name, address, phone, email
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Now we completely switch gears! This irreverent, hilarious tale revolves around the nameless narrator who has found the meaning of life in Robert Louis Stevenson’s work, Treasure Island. She determines to model her life after Jim Hawkins and her core values will be: Boldness, Resolution, Independence, and Horn-Blowing! Our narrator may have a bit of a problem carrying out her newfound core values - she works part-time at a pet library (yes, you check out pets and return them at a later date!), she relies on her family and her long-suffering boyfriend for financial support, and her idea of boldness is to steal from her employer’s petty cash to buy a parOpen rot! Never mind Daily that her boss was saving that money for an operation for her atmother!! 4pm Our narrator, while intelligent, believes that the world revolves around her and can’t begin to understand why friends and family get so annoyed with her. This is a perfect book for the beach or porch - take it with you for a fun time with funny characters! Reviewed by: Judy Cummings
BESTSELLERS The Heartland Indie Bestseller List, as brought to you by IndieBound, GLIBA, and MBA, for the week ended Sunday, July 1, 2012. Based on reporting from the independent booksellers of the Great Lakes Independent Booksellers Association, the Midwest Independent Booksellers Association, and IndieBound. For an independent bookstore near you, visit IndieBound.org. Hardcover Fiction 1. Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn, Crown 2. Canada, Richard Ford, Ecco 3. Mission to Paris, Alan Furst, Random House 4. The Age of Miracles, Karen Thompson Walker, Random House 5. Calico Joe, John Grisham, Doubleday 6. Bring Up the Bodies, Hilary Mantel, Holt 7. Beautiful Ruins, Jess Walter, Harper 8. A Hologram for the King, Dave Eggers, McSweeney’s 9. Wicked Business, Janet Evanovich, Bantam 10. Gone Missing, Linda Castillo, Minotaur Hardcover Nonfiction 1. Wild, Cheryl Strayed, Knopf 2. The Amateur, Edward Klein, Regnery 3. Unbroken, Laura Hillenbrand, Random House 4. Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake, Anna Quindlen, Random House 5. Barack Obama: The Story, David Maraniss, S&S 6. Darth Vader and Son, Jeffrey Brown, Chronicle 7. Killing Lincoln, Bill O’Reilly, Martin Dugard, Holt 8. The Price of Inequality, Joseph E. Stiglitz, Norton 9. Twilight of the Elites, Christopher Hayes, Crown 10. Goodnight iPad, Ann Droyd, Blue Rider
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“Read Between the Covers” and title of photo, which must have been taken in Emmet County. If you wish them returned, include a stamped, selfaddressed envelope. Deadline is July 18. Call (231)526-1209 or Patriciaclarke@aol.com with questions.
Call for Artists, for the Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation, Crooked Tree Arts Center, and Institute for Sustainable Living Art and Natural Design (ISLAND) juried photo contest and exhibition, From Farm to Frame: Ripe Moments through the Lens. This exhibit encourages greater awareness of the benefits of local farming and locally-grown food, set here in northern Michigan. For more details and to submit artwork, please visit www.crookedtree.org. Contact Jen Schaap at email@example.com or call (616)856-1163 with questions.
Churches United Methodist Church, in Harbor Springs on 343 E Main Street, invites all to worship at 11 a.m. on July 15 with Methodist minister Rev. James Balfour. Children’s Sunday school will be offered and the men’s quartet will provide special music. A coffee and cookie fellowship will follow the service. Please call the church office at 5262414 for more information.
First Presbyterian Church of Harbor Springs, will host a large brass ensemble concert put on by the students of the Bay View Music Festival on Thursday at 8 p.m. the . There is no charge for this event, but a free-will offering will be taken to benefit the student scholarship fund. On Sunday, July 15 service times are 8 and 10 a.m. At the later service, a brass quintet from the Bay View Music Festival will provide special music. There will -CONTINUED on page 16.
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Redpath Memorial Church,
soccer, basketball, volleyball and Eclipse Ball. There will be appropriate toys and tumbling mats for toddlers and an obstacle course for children ages 7 -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 light refreshments. Get out of the heat and enjoy our airconditioned facility. For more information, call 231-439-6370.
will worship Sunday, July 15 at 9:30 p.m.. Gary Hillier from Good Hart will deliver the message. Following the service a coffee will be hosted in the Good Hart home of Dick and Connie Cobb. Nursing, and allied health faculty will hold informational All are invited to attend. sessions on Thursday, July 19 and Thursday, August 16 at 4 Stutsmanville Chapel, will p.m. to explain the process for hold one service Sunday mornadmission into the college’s ings throughout the summer highly competitive nursing and at 9:30 a.m.. Nursery for 1 – 3 allied health career programs. yr. olds is provided. Children’s The sessions will be in Room Summer Sunday School is also 122 of the college’s main adminheld during the 9:30 a.m. seristration/classroom building on vice using the Sunday School the Petoskey campus. Anyone Curriculum KIDMO which is a planning to apply for the nurshigh energy, child interactive ing or allied health programs is DVD based program for children strongly encouraged to attend Pre-K through fifth grades. Men’s one of these informational Support Groups meet Monday sessions. The information on and Wednesday evenings at prerequisites will be particularly 6:30 p.m. at the church. A Men’s important for those applying for Breakfast will be held at 8 a.m. the fall 2013 program. Saturday morning and the Quilting Group will meet at Slack’s home on Saturday 10 – 3 p.m. North Central Michigan College, will hold a garage sale on Starting July 22nd at 11 a.m. an Saturday, July 14, in the gym adult class facilitated by Brian in the Student and CommuWelsh will meet in the sanctuary nity Resource Center on the using a video curriculum. Petoskey campus. The garage sale hours are 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Available for purchase are Farmers Market bookcases, file cabinets, tables, desk chairs and other assorted Harbor Springs, Farmers Mar- office furniture and some office supplies. All items will be sold ket, is open and will run from 9 as is. Cash, check or credit cards a.m. - 1 p.m. on Saturday and accepted. Access to the college Wednesday through Labor Day. is through the new Atkins Street New vendors will include french entrance. macaroons, hummus, fresh quiche, dried and fresh herbs, maple syrup, mustard, mushroom butters and whitefish pate. New this year will be our market Business awareness Carrot Campaign.
Entrepreneurship Business Bay Harbor’s Open Air Mar- Counseling, will be offered ket, is a family friendly event by the Northern Michigan Ecowith music, food tasting farmers, homemade baked goods, as well as unique handmade goods by artisans. The market is located on the grounds of Bay Harbor with the backdrop of sparkling Lake Michigan. Regional Farmers, artisans and foodies will be hand. Dates are every Friday from 2-6 p.m. through September 7.
Boyne City Farmers Market,
nomic Alliance in various locations. Counseling available in Petoskey at the MI Works building from 9:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. and from 1:30-4:30 at the District Library the second Thursday of each month. Other locations include Charlevoix, Boyne City and Mackinaw; call (231)5826482 for more information.
outdoor season at Veterans Park has begun. The market Emmet County Republican features more than 60 vendors Womens, meeting on Monday of the all the best that northern Michigan has to offer, including local foods, maple syrup, potted plants and a juried craft market. The market accepts Bridge cards and participates with WIC Project Fresh and Senior Project Fresh Coupons. For more information visit boynecityfarmers. com or call (221)330-2704.
July 16 will be hosting guest speakers, former State Senator Jason Allen and Emmet County officials, Marilyn May and Paul Hramiec. 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 11:45 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, July 13.
History Harbor Springs Area Historical Society, is pleased to welcome Michael Federspiel and his program “Pure Little Traverse Bay.” One hundred years before the current Pure Michigan promotional campaign, railroad and steamship companies teamed with local entrepreneurs to successfully market the Little Traverse Bay region to tourists and settlers alike. The program will begin with refreshments at 5 p.m. on the second-floor Anton Library at the Harbor Springs History Museum, 349 E Main Street. Admission is $5 per person and free to current Historical Society members. Reservations are suggested by calling (231)526-9771.
Shay Days, will be presented by the Harbor Springs Area Historical Society. The weekend is a celebration of Ephraim Shay and his contributions to our community. Shay Days was presented annually by the Historical Society through 2008. This year’s event will take place Friday and Saturday, July 20-21, 10 am to 3 pm each day, and will feature familiar activities as well as new programs for the whole family.
Harbor Springs History Museum, 349 E. Main St., is
open each Friday from 8:30 a.m.12:30 p.m. and runs through September 28. The market is on Howard Street in downtown Petoskey, and will feature everything for your table, including fresh cut flowers. Find breads cheeses, meats, fish, honey, maple syrup, desserts and more. For more information visit petoskey.com.
North Central Michigan College North Central Michigan College, summer hours have started. The office is open from 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. on Fridays. The library is open 8:30 a.m. - 8 p.m.. The fitness center will be open during the week from 6:30 a.m. - 7: 30 p.m. and until 1 p.m. on Fridays. Regular hours will start September 4.
North Central Michigan College, gym and fitness center is offering Family Fun and Fitness Wednesdays through August 29 from 9 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. Activities will be in the Student and Community Resource Center gymnasium on the Petoskey campus. Activities will include
Andrew J. Blackbird Museum, opens the 2012 - 2013 Season with the exhibit “The Beauty of Quillwork.” Consisting of quilled items from its collection of the very old and traditional to newer and contemporary pieces, the exhibit focuses on the beauty and craftsmanship of each individual example. The museum is open Monday through Friday from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. and Saturday from 12 P.M. to 4 P.M. and is located at 368 E. Main Street in Harbor Springs - look for the totem pole. For further information, please call Joyce Shagonaby at 231-526-2705.
Community Resources Free Hearing tests, will be offered for persons age 55 and older at the Huber Friendship Center in Brutus Wednesday, July 18 at 9 am. An audiologist from Petoskey Ear, Nose, & Throat Specialists will be conducting the tests. If you have been experiencing hearing loss, please make an appointment to get your hearing checked. There is no charge for this service. Appointments are necessary and can be made by calling the Friendship Center at (231)347-3211 or call toll free at (888)347-0369.
open year round. The museum Anniversary Celebration, at the John and Marnie Demmer expanded summer hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 11 Wellness Pavilion and Dialysis Center will be held Wednesday, am to 3 pm. Regular business hours remain Tuesday - Friday, July 11, 4-7 pm. There will be 9 am - 5 pm. The new tempocooking demonstrations, Chair Massage, Exhibits, Educational rary exhibit A Delightful Destination: Little Traverse Bay at Presentations, Exercise Sessions, Arlington Campus Tours the Turn of the Century is on display. Please visit us online and more. All welcome to atat www.HarborSpringsHistory. tend this free Celebration. The org for more upcoming events, Center is located at 820 Arlington Avenue in Petoskey. and sign up for our free monthly eNewsletter. Community Free Clinic, offers Soldiers in the Shadows Exa walk-in clinic on Wednesday evenings at 5:30 p.m. Sign-in hibit, is open on the second and screening begin at 1 p.m. floor of the Pellston Airport. Emmet County and the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa
Charter flights from Harbor Springs
Petoskey Farmers Market, is
Indians, along with collaboration from Petersburg National Battlefield in Virginia, are pleased to announce the opening of the new exhibit. The exhibit tells the story of 1st Michigan Sharpshooters Company K, Michigan’s Anishnaabek, who comprised one of the largest all-Indian units for the Union Army in Civil War, 1861-65. Of these 146 men, 32 came from Emmet and Charlevoix counties. There is no admission fee. The Odawa Exhibit is still open on the first floor of the airport.
to anywhere in the continental US, Canada and Caribbean. Light twin, turbo-prop and jet aircraft available
Sign-in is discontinued at 6:30 p.m. There is also a smaller appointment clinic on Monday afternoons (walk-ins welcome if the schedule allows) from 1-5 p.m.. Photo ID, proof of residency, and verification of income are required. Call (231)487-3600 for more information.
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and TVs. The facility is open from 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Saturdays and is closed Sundays and major holidays. For more information on electronics recycling locally, contact Emmet County Recycling at (231)348-0640 or visit www.EmmetRecycling.org
The Harbor Springs Library,
summer hours. Monday 10amVolunteer Opportunities 5pm, Tuesday 10am-5pm Wednesday 10am-8pm, Thursday 10am-5pm , Friday 10am- Summer Games Extravaganza, will be hosted by North 5pm , Saturday 9am-1pm and Country Kids on July 21 in Harclosed on Sunday. The Harbor bor Springs. We need people to Springs Library offers free high volunteer to help us to prepare speed WiFi internet access as for the games and set up, run the well as Mac and PC computers event, help with concessions, available to the public. Library help to clear up. This will be a is located in downtown Harbor great fun community event so Springs at the corner of Spring please join in as we really need and Main St. Please go to www. you. We have a Coney Dog Truck harborspringslibrary.org or and a bounce house - this will call (231)526-2531 for more be great fun for all involved. No information. training will be needed, just a friendly face and a willingness Harbor Springs Community Food Pantry, located in the to help out wherever needed. It is planned to be outside. Conlower level of the Holy Childtact Liz Beasley, (231)526-2815 hood Community Center buildif interested. ing (entrance on Third Street), is open from 9:30 a.m.-noon every non-holiday Monday. Food is YMCA, urgently needs a volunteer to assist with the 2012 available for anyone in need in Summer Day Camp. Job only the Harbor Springs area. Those requires nine hours a week in wishing to donate items may the afternoon once day campbring them to the Pantry on ers return from Camp Petosega Monday morning or leave them and are waiting for their parents in baskets inside the entrances to pick them up. A volunteer of the church from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. is needed through August 24. daily. Phone (231)526-2017, Ext If you enjoy working with kids 43. This is a community-wide this would be a perfect match service. for your time and energy! A background check is required. Harbor Springs Friendship Those interested should imCenter, welcomes all senior mediately contact Corey Dixon citizens to Hillside Apartments at (919)819-5146 or email him Community Room C on West firstname.lastname@example.org. Main St. for a hot nutritious meal or to join in the fun activities. The center offers a coffee SPIRIT Day Camp, has provided community based recreation talk at 10-11:30 a.m. Mon., Tues, and educational experiences to Wed., Fri. and exercise classes impaired children and develon Tues. and Thurs. The Friendopmentally disabled adults for ship Center is open Monday, twenty eight years. Our work is Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday active advocacy to improve the from 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.. A hot coordination of delivery of sermeal is served at noon. For more vices to children and adults with information call (231)526-6061. mental and physical challenges. Active volunteers are needed on July 16th. Call George Armstrong at (231)526-5309. Recycling
Emmet County Recycling, Ten Big Brother Big Sister, now offers free recycling of all electronics all the time. Free electronics recycling is made possible by a 2008 Michigan law requiring manufacturers who sell computers and TVs in the state to provide a free and convenient way for customers to recycle their old computers
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BAY VIEW MUSIC FESTIVAL PRESENTS:
The Good Lovelies
a sexy version of the Andrews Sisters Friday July 13 at 8:00pm on The Lawn (inside if rain)
Bay View Pops Orchestra playing hits of stage and screen Sunday July 15 at 8:00pm in Hall Auditorium
Children are Free; Adult Tickets Start at $20 231-348-9551 or www.bayviewfestival.org
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a $50 honorarium for travel and child care per meeting. Please contact Natalie Kasiborski atn. email@example.com (231)347-5144 for more information. Parents must reside in Char-Em ISD area.
The Nina and the Pinta, will
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arrive in Petoskey on Thursday July 12. The replicas of Columbus ships will open in Petoskey and dock there until July 18. Guided tours are available from 9 a.m.- 6 p.m..
Raven Hill Discovery Center, in East Jordan links science, history and the arts with hands-on activities and explorations both indoors and outdoors. FREE 2nd Saturdays will highlight a different science, history or art activity each month, as well as allow families to explore the hands-on museum and animals indoors and enjoy the Music Garden, Jurassic Park Walk, School House,Tree House and other outdoor exhibits. Summer hours: Center is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, as well as noon to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sundays. Summer hours last through Friday, August 31st. Raven Hill is also always open by appointment. Call (231)536-3369 for more information.
Health Department of Northwest Michigan, is look-
male a cappella vocal ensemble singing hit tunes Sat. July 21 at 8:00pm in Hall Auditorium
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ing for parents of children with behavioral health issues to join the Parent Advisory Committee of the Early Childhood Behavioral Health Initiative. Our aim is to enhance the availability of and the access to behavioral health services for children 0-5 and their families. For their
McLaren-Northern Michigan to provide emotional support to children (ages 5-12) who have a parent or other loved one diagnosed with cancer. Children’s Lives Include Moments of Bravery. Through CLIMB, art and play activities help children to understand and develop coping skills. For more information or to enroll a child in the CLIMB program, please contact Amy Juneau, at (231)487-4015.
A Grief Sharing Support Group, meets every Thursday from 12:30-1:30 at the First Presbyterian Church of Harbor Springs. This will be a time for support sharing and learning as we travel with life’s losses. Diane MacKenzie and Eileen Lindsley will facilitate us in helping one another in an ongoing, confidential, community based support group. Call 526-1446 with questions. No religious affiliation is necessary.
Harbor Springs Public Library. Direct questions to Marcia Vandermus, (231)526-9705. The library is located at 206. Spring St. (just off Main).
The Grief and Loss Support Group, is held at the Hospice of Little Traverse Bay Community Grief and Loss Center at One Hiland Drive in Petoskey Michigan in the Conference room. The group meets on the third Thursday of every month, 1-2:30 p.m.
Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Group, second Monday of month, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Hospice of Little Traverse Bay, One Hiland Dr, Petoskey (231)487-4285.
Alzheimer’s and Dementia support, group meets the second Wednesday each month from 2-3:30 p.m. at the Petoskey Friendship Center library. Call (231)347-3211 for more information.
Diabetes, Heart and Vascular Support, is offered the second Monday of each month, at Northern Michigan Regional Hospital and Community Health Education Center from 7-8 p.m. For more information (800)248-6777.
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, is a support group for custodial relative caregivers of children. The group meets on the fourth Monday of the month, January through November, from 6– 7:30 at the Petoskey Friendship Center, 1322 Anderson Rd.Childcare is available during meetings by reservation: please call (231)347-3211 or (888) 3470369, x29.
Juvenile Diabetes, parent support group meetings will be held the last Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
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Celebrating our 15th year of
D’Art for Art Held at Walstrom Marine, Hoyt Road, Harbor Springs
Wednesday, July 11 • 6:00-8:30
Preview W ine Tasting
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Wine, guest chefs serving appetizers, big board auction, meet the artists and preview all the artwork for D’Art for Art. $75/person.
TUES. JULY 31 Globetrotter Preview - 11am & 1pm • MACKINAC ISLAND HIGH SCHOOL
Cocktails and wine, guest chefs serving appetizers, seated dinner, auction and D’Arting for artwork! Starting at $400/person.
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Thursday, July 12 • 6:00
D’Art for Art
A D’Art for Art Auction Item Private Wine Dinner at The Depot Club & Restaurant In The Hemingway Room on Friday, July 13 Featuring a five course dinner with guest Chef John Somerville of the famed Lark Restaurant of West Bloomfield Wine pairings by Gino Catalano, Italian Specialist for Kobrand Corporation Cocktails and appetizers before dinner Enjoy an epicurean evening benefitting the Crooked Tree Arts Center. Purchase online at www.crookedtree.org or if available, at D’Art for Art July 11 & 12. Only 16 seats available • $500 per person
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Throughout the four days, there will be a variety of ways people can comment, brainstorm, and suggest ideas. The old “Frivolous Sal’s” space on Bay Street will serve as the Wade Trim/living Lab headquarters during this time, but there are also work sessions being held in other locations in town. In addition to open office hours and large community gatherings, there will be several “group specific” events (like summer residents, year round
residents, business owners, community groups, 20 and 30-somethings, etc), as well as work sessions geared toward goals like architecture, waterfront, and streets. The events will officially
share thoughts throughout the week. Contact Harbor Springs city manager, Tom Richards, (231) 526-2104 for additional information or to coordinate barrier-free accomodations.
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PLAN: HARBOR SPRINGS PUBLIC VISIONING WORK SESSIONS CREATIVE COLLABORATION
WEDNESDAY JULY 11th 2012 THROUGH SATURDAY JULY 14th 2012
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Springs the past few years. Councilmember John Cupps was pleased to approve the license request. “It’s great for the city to offer commercial fishing,” he added. A second application belonged to Tim Patton, with a request to transport customers for the new Depot Dining Club and Restaurant on Bay Street. Patton plans to use his personal boat to pick up customers on anchored boats, or those using the courtesy deck, Walstrom Marine Basin or Irish Boat Shop docks. Where Patton will drop customers off was not part of Council’s approval. No fee is being charged for the service, but it still needed Council’s approval as an enterprise of a restaurant. Councilmember Rick Holdorph recommended that both approved applicants be subject to inspection of the Coast Guard and city’s marine patrol to regulate safety. Richards noted that both charters hold liability insurance and the city is insured on these plans. Both licenses were authorized by council .The next council meeting will be July 16.
kick off with a communitywide visioning workshop on Wednesday, July 11 from 7-9 p.m. at Holy Childhood Church’s meeting room. Everyone is encouraged to attend this, and also, to
Week of July 11-17, 2012
noon: Walking Tour 1-5p: Drop-In and Chat with the Design Team at 201 E. Bay Street 7-9p: Visioning Workshop at Holy Childhood Church Meeting Room at 150 W. Main Street
9a-5p: Drop-In and Chat with the Design Team at 201 E. Bay Street 9a: ‘Focus on Parks + Waterfront’ Work Session at the Historical Museum at 349 E. Main Street 10a: ‘Focus on Streets’ Work Session at the Historical Museum 11a: ‘Focus on Architecture’ Work Session at the Historical Museum noon: Dine-In and Draw Kids Session at Zorn Park 7-9p: Open House Event at 201 E. Bay Street
9a-5p: Drop-In and Chat with the Design Team at 201 E. Bay Street
9-10a: Coffee with the Design Team at 201 E. Bay Street 4p: Vision Celebration at the Performing Arts Center at Harbor Springs High School at 500 Spring Street
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475 E.Bluff: Back yard with privacy - well landscaped - fenced - so pretty. Charm, charm and more charm - this very Harbor Springs Bluff home has the perfect porch to gaze over Little Traverse Bay - with all the activities of the bay and the Petoskey night lights it makes for total entertainment! Beautifully remodeled, stunning kitchen that views the Bay - master bedroom across the front of the house - new glassed in shower in the master bath. (MLS# 434219) $1,600,000
9910 Wildwood Rd., Alanson: Hardwoods, open field, cedar lowlands, hand dug pond and a 2 bedroom house. Perfect for hunting, snowmobiling or other outdoor activities. State land on 3 sides and located across from the east entrance to the Wildwood Trail makes this a unique opportunity. Priced to sell. (MLS# 434288) $144,000
Vacant Land 5930 Westward Passage: This is a large wooded building lot in Windward overlooking the private lake and sand beach. Enjoy use of the Windward tennis courts, pond, and clubhouse - a scenic elevated site. (MLS# 434267) $17,500 Corner Felter & McCarthy, Alanson: Almost 5 acres near Pickerel Lake. Property is deed restricted to its current use for tennis courts. May build a pavilion. (MLS# 434121) $13,000 Beckon Road, Pellston: Nice rolling parcel with long country views. Old abandoned house on site. Nicely wooded with some open meadows. Close to State Road. Very private. Shared driveway with neighbor to the North. (MLS# 434017) $43,900
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4749 S. Pleasantview Rd. #140: Spacious single level 2 bedroom unit. Large dining area, enclosed porch, large deck, extra built-ins and tile floors and counters raises this unit above other 2 bedroom units. Owner used and occupied shows in the overall condition. This is a nice unit in a good location. Includes access to 3 pools, tennis courts, exercise facility and more. On-site rental available. (MLS# 434222) $145,000
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3935 Wenonah Ave.: Rare opportunity to own a uniquely designed and quality built Burt Lake home by Andy Pineau, one of the areas finest builders. Warm wood appointments throughout, 2 story stone fireplace, large family room, master suite, 5 bedrooms, 3½ baths, gourmet kitchen with wet bar, granite counter tops, Wolf appliances, Kohler fixtures, large covered porch, and garage on a private lot with 150’ of Burt Lake frontage with sandy beach. (MLS# 434313) $1,895,000
9 Woods Drive: Architecturally designed spacious home with an open floor plan. Very comfortable, warm and inviting - the perfect all season home. Wonderful outdoor spaces include a large patio and two covered porches. The large kitchen, dining and living spaces are perfect for entertaining family and friends. Located close to the city beach and downtown. Most furnishings are available for sale. Guest house offers 1 bedroom, 1 bath, air and fireplace. (MLS# 434316) $825,000
6008 Trillium Trail: Enjoy southwest views of Lake Michigan from this custom designed and built French Normandy manor home. Offering four bedrooms, four full baths plus two half baths, large gourmet kitchen, exceptional materials and workmanship throughout, and expansive patios with views of Lake Michigan. Traverse Trace is a gated community offering tennis courts and Lake Michigan access. (MLS# 434340) $1,200,000
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Call one of our agents for information on these & other properties. Penny McCready Carolyn Sutherland Dave Olson Sam DeCamp Kevin Olson Barb Harbaugh Jim Hart Tom Graham Bob Humphrey Jan Parsons Andrew Bowman John Baker Will Baker Heidi Kresnak (231) 526-6251 198 East Main Street • Harbor Springs
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