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Marine’s mom: Strength in faith
Lindemuth family lost son to Iraq War; local veterans’ support key Morgan Sherburne (231) 439-9394 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Toni Lindemuth, mother of Marine Cpl. Michael Lindemuth, never wanted her son to enlist in the Marines. “I remember when he enlisted, we had a row about it, just him and me. I didn’t want him to go in,” said Toni Lindemuth. But it had been a longtime obsession of his. “From the time he was a kid, early teens, he had wanted to be in the mili- Lindemuth tary, and he made up his mind that he wanted it to be the Marines,” said Toni, who is 64 and lives in Pellston. “If he didn’t make it into
the Marine Corps, he didn’t want any of it, because that’s the toughest place to get in.” So when Michael called his mother, asking questions about the family that were a little too specific, she guessed he might be at a recruiting station. She was right. Michael was at a recruitment center in Gaylord. “I said, ‘Well, why all these questions?’” said Toni, whose son explained to her that the Marines needed specific information from the family. Toni had an answer for the recruitment officer. “You can tell him from me to mind his own business,” she said, laughing. “If he’s a Marine he can probably find it all out himself anyway, and I’m not going to help him.”
But her son was determined. By July 5, 2000, Mike, then 22 years old, was sworn in to the U.S. Marine Corps, and just a few years later, had already completed his first tour in Iraq. He was in country when Baghdad fell, said Toni. Mike and his unit had been heading home from a sixmonth deployment, and were partway across the Mediterranean Sea when Iraq started to heat up. The Marines turned back to Kuwait, finally ending up in Iraq.
The second tour Lindemuth returned stateside in 2003, and trying to get closer to home, See LINDEMUTH on PAGE A13
Michael Lindemuth hugs his mother Toni Lindemuth upon his return from his first tour in Iraq in 2003.
Now open Businesses aim for Memorial Day success Rachel Brougham (231) 439-9348 - email@example.com
n Wednesday, Gary Albert was folding shirts, stocking shelves and moving merchandise around in his new shop. It’s a work in progress. But it’s work that he needs to get done in time for the long weekend. He’s been at it for the last couple months, working to get his new business, Ruff Life Pet Outfitters in downtown Petoskey, open in time for Memorial Day. He plans to officially open the doors on Saturday, May 26. “It’s really the unofficial start to summer and the summer retail season and I wanted to be ready,” Albert said. “You have all these people coming up to Bay View, Harbor Springs and Bay Harbor to open up their cottages, and usually, Memorial Day is when that really starts going into full gear.”
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DAY TO REMEMBER American flags fly next to the headstones of fallen soldiers at Petoskey’s Greenwood Cemetery. Greenwood staff and their family members placed 1,300 American flags at veteran graves this past Monday, all supplied by the Emmet County Veterans Affairs.
Gary Albert, owner of Ruff Life Pet Outfitters in Petoskey, folds a table of T-shirts as he prepares for the opening of his new store this weekend.
See BUSINESS on PAGE A13
Graduation dates & times
Park’s new veteran memorials to be noted in Monday program
Two additions to Pennsylvania Park’s collection of veteran memorials will be noted Monday, May 28, during Petoskey’s c o m m u n i t y M e m o r i a l D ay observance, including one for Navy SEAL Heath Robinson of Petosky.
Lineup for the Memorial Day parade begins at 9:30 a.m. Monday near the 7-Eleven store downtown at the corner of Mitchell and Emmet streets. Military veterans are invited to join in the procession. The parade begins at 10 a.m.,
moving east along Mitchell Street to Pennsylvania Park, where the Memorial Day observance will continue. The program will include a dedication of the new site for the community’s World War II/Korean War memorial.
Friday, May 25
The monument previously was located on Petoskey’s west side near the corner of Mitchell and Madison streets. Petoskey city staff arranged to have it moved to the downtown park
Northwest Academy, 7 p.m., Castle Farms Charlevoix High School, 7 p.m., Gym
Saturday, May 26 Alanson High School, 6 p.m., Gym
Sunday, May 27 Pellston High School, 2 p.m., Gym
See CEREMONY on PAGE A13
GAS PRICE CORNER: Tell fellow motorists the news
Gas prices as of 9 a.m. Friday, May 25, according to what we saw, you reported and gasbuddy.com:
Petoskey: $3.79-$3.89 Boyne Falls: $3.79 Mackinaw City: $3.89 Boyne City: $3.84 Traverse City: $3.86 CHEAPEST: PETOSKEY To report gas prices you see, call (231) 439-9350.
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In observance of Memorial Day, the Petoskey News-Review office will be closed Monday, May 28. The office reopens 8 a.m. Tuesday, May 29. Have a safe and happy Memorial Day.
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Wildfire burns wooded area near Good Hart Ryan Bentley (231) 439-9342 - firstname.lastname@example.org
GOOD HART — Area firefighters responded to a wildfire off M-119 near Good Hart earlier today, Friday, May 25. Firefighters were called to the scene at 6:27 a.m. today. Harbor Springs Area Fire Department chief Dick Schiller, whose agency provided mutual aid to the Readmond-Friendship-Cross Village Fire Department at the scene, said the blaze occurred along the east side of M-119 in a sparsely populated area between Robinson and Middle Village roads. It burned several different areas within a 25-acre patch of ground, he added. The affected terrain was mostly wooded and hilly, Schiller said. “A lot of work had to be done on foot by the firefighters with rakes and shovels,” he added. A moderate amount of wind fed the fire, Schiller said, but “for the most part it stayed on the ground. It did not get up into the tops of the trees.” The fire was largely under control by 8 a.m., Schiller said. The Harbor Springs chief had left the scene by 8:35 a.m., but said Readmond-Friendship firefighters were still checking the area for hot spots, and that a Michigan Department of Natural Resources firefighting crew had arrived to help
by that point. Schiller did not know the fire’s cause. As of press time, Readmond-Friendship-Cross Village fire chief Don Horn had not responded to a telephone message seeking comment on the wildfire. G. RANDALL GOSS / NEWS-REVIEW
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Petoskey St. Francis Xavier firstgrade students (clockwise from left) Aiden Mailloux, Rett Krug, James Connaughton (behind) volunteer Lori Connaughton, teacher Debbie Oelke, Nolan Walkerdine, and Aiden Tanis, plant marigolds in downtown Petoskey, Thursday morning. The entire student body planted the flowers in the entire downtown area, bringing a splash of color for the summer.
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McGulpin lighthouse reopening with upgrades Brandon Hubbard (231) 439-9374 - email@example.com
MACKINAW CITY — Visitors will notice some changes at the McGulpin Point Lighthouse when it opens for the season today, Friday, May 25. Emmet County has been rushing to complete several improvements before Memorial Day weekend because of the large number of travelers in the Mackinaw City area. Boy Scouts of America troops from Ann Arbor recently completed work on the “Chi-Sin” trail to the big rock at the Straits of Mackinac, where a replica gazebo was also built to resemble a historical version that stood at the lighthouse when the beacon was still an active navigational tool. Also new on the grounds are interpretive displays, including a wigwam and figure. Via OnCell, visitors can use cell phones during a selfguided tour to learn about the history of the lighthouse and the area’s culture from the past 200 years. The lighthouse also now has a paved parking lot and expanded gift shop that were only very recently completed. The county board approved the $23,500 gift shop expansion contract in April and the parking lot paving for more than $10,000 in early May. “The parking lot pavement is done and the gift shop completed,” said Emmet County board chairman Jim Tamlyn. Tamlyn said he forgets how much people like the lighthouse during the winter months. “They always say: ‘What a beautiful, beautiful lighthouse,’” he said. The lighthouse is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Admission is free. For more information, call (231) 348-1704; or reach the lighthouse directly at (231) 436-5860. The building is located at 500 Headlands Drive, Mackinaw City. More information can also be found online at www.emmetcounty.org/mcgulpin/.
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DNR: Wildfire danger ‘very high’
With wildfire danger expected to be “very high” across northern Michigan this Memorial Day weekend, the Department of Natural Resources asks all residents and travelers in the region to be especially mindful of the weather and their own actions. Bill O’Neill, acting chief of the DNR’s Forest Resources Division, said the holiday forecast is predicted to be warm and dry, with little rain expected throughout the period. So far this fire season, the DNR has responded to 275 wildfires that have consumed 25 structures and scorched more than 1,800 acres. Paul Kollmeyer, DNR fire prevention specialist, confirmed that the majority of escaped wildfires can be traced back to people and a lack of fire prevention planning. “Simple measures, like keeping water on hand and staying with a fire until it is properly extinguished, will greatly reduce the chances of a fire escaping,” Kollmeyer said. “We are urging everyone to be cautious and to use basic safety measures whenever outdoor activities include the possibility of sparks and flames being near dry wild lands.” Kollmeyer also noted that, this year, firefighters are particularly concerned that a recent change to Michigan’s fireworks law allowing bottle rockets and other aerial fireworks to be purchased by the public will lead to significantly more wildfires. By keeping the following practices in mind, people can play a big role in reducing fires: — Keep campfires small and stay with your fire at all times. It’s not enough to wait for a campfire’s flame to die down and assume it’s okay to leave or go to bed. — Have water on hand to douse all sparks and embers that may jump from the flames. Use plenty of it to wet the undersides of logs and stir in with the ashes. — Be sure barbecues are completely extinguished. Soak unburned pieces of charcoal in a bucket of water before disposing of them.
Charlevoix Dems welcome guest speaker CHARLEVOIX — Charlevoix County Democrats are launching Campaign 2012 with an evening with Jocelyn Benson, nationally known advocate of voters’ rights, at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 29, at Charlevoix’s Argonne Supper Club. The focus of the gathering will be the Campaign 2012 as seen locally, statewide and nationally, providing information on plans, the need for voter registration and getting out the vote. A candidate for the Michigan Secretary of States office in 2010, Benson is well-known for her work on election law reform. The May 29 gathering at the Argonne will launch Campaign 2012 for the Charlevoix County Democrats. Voter registration drives, “rock the vote” events and fundraising events will take place during the summer. The fundraising will help underwrite a campaign headquarters, campaign expenses and possibly a van to serve as a mobile office traveling the entire county. Benson will address the group at 6 p.m. A “dutch treat” dinner will begin at 5:30 p.m. The Argonne is located on Boyne CityCharlevoix Road a half mile from the intersection with U.S. 31. To reserve a dinner spot, email democrats.charlevoix@gmail. com.
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Female Marine reflects upon experiences in Somalia GAYLORD — Marine veteran Marcy Beauchesne, 41, has good reason to identify with Corps’ slogan of “The Few. The Proud. The Marines.” Athletic, goal-oriented and selfaware, Beauchesne decided to join the service in 1990 because she realized there was a flaw in her character. “I loved athletics in high school and was always striving for a something like MVP (most valuable player),” she said. “I received a basketball, volleyball, softball scholarship to attend Michigan Christian College. I realized there that it was fun to go to practices and games, but I lacked the self-discipline to do well in my academic classes.” Beauchesne thought military service might provide what she lacked. She began meeting with recruiters to see what their branch of the military had to offer. “The Army and Navy recruiters talked about adventure, travel and bonuses,” Beauchesne recalled. “The Marine recruiter talked about things like honor, integrity, self-discipline, self-control, self-respect. I knew that was what I was searching for.” Beauchesne found boot camp to be brutal, but essential in reaching her goals. “They break you down physically and mentally, but they build you back up,” she said. “I went in able to do 100 pushups at a time. By the time they broke us down, I couldn’t even do one. Then by the time they finished building us back up, I could do 200.” At one point, the Commandant of the Marines wanted to issue a General Order that Marines couldn’t get married until they’d been in the service for four years because a high percentage would go home after boot camp and jump into marriages, many of which failed. “That’s exactly what I did,” said Beauchesne. “I married a man I’d been dating before I joined, a man I should never have married.” Beauchesne had 15-month-old and 6-month-old daughters when President George H.W. Bush sent the Marines to Somalia in 1992. In the process of divorce, Beauchesne left her daughters under the care of her parents
When President George H.W. Bush visited the Marines he’d sent to Somalia on a humanitarian mission, Lance Corporal Marcy Beauchesne felt honored to be his guide on the tour. while she deployed on this peacekeeping, humanitarian mission. She was a member of the motor transport contingent that transported food and supplies to various areas in Somalia. Beauchesne was shocked to find that all the other women were assigned to a tent in an area 20 minutes away while she was assigned to a tent with 19 men in motor transport. She was also assigned the extra duty of trash detail at the same time reserved for women’s showers. Fortunately the men in her tent were generally supportive, and she found ways to protect her privacy and her reputation. “I don’t know why I received those assignments,” she said. “There was a lot of good-old-boy mentality then from men who felt women had no business in the Marines. We were trying to prove we did. When we were given a hard time by some of them, we didn’t complain.” Beauchesne and her fellow motor transporters spent half their time in Somalia blowing up land mines that had been left behind by Somalian warlords. Ironically, Beauchesne’s trash detail ended up giving her one of her most endearing memories of So-
charged in 1998, she found her bond with her oldest daughter was intact but there was no bond at all with the daughter who was 6-months-old when she’d left. Beauchesne decided to take child development classes to gain a better understanding of the problem. She learned that bonding between mother and child takes place from birth to 2-years-old and, by this time, her daughter was 9. “I spent hours everyday for the next three years, coddling, holding my daughter and stroking her hair,” Beauchesne said. “Now we’re as close as this,” she added, holding up two crossed fingers. Beauchesne remarried and moved from her hometown of Flint to Gaylord to open her own business, Total Lawn Care of Gaylord. She is also very active in the Ralph Holewinski Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1518, and determined to help them raise funds for a new building. “The Marine Corps gave me self-discipline and self-respect,” said Beauchesne. “It was because of the Marine Corps that I was able to start and run my own business when I got out of the service.”
Keeping Boyne River tangle free
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malia. Every time she unloaded the trash she’d collected, there would be swarms of boys going through the garbage. “The kids would jump for joy and applaud me when I arrived with our trash,” Beauchesne said. “They were desperate for water and they’d drink our halfempty bottles on the spot. I had to keep reminding the men not to put their cigarettes out in their water because the boys would drink them anyway.” The boys didn’t speak English. Beauchesne became particularly close with a 10-year-old who brought a Somali/English dictionary so they could communicate with each other. She noticed that he and his friends had no shoes as they climbed through the trash and broken glass. The top of his feet looked like “burnt hamburger.” She ended up giving him her running shoes, leaving her to do her physical training in combat boots. “I definitely did not have the horrifying experiences in Somalia that some of my comrades did in their combat actions,” Beauchesne said. “I did feel that I sacrificed important time with my children. ” When Beauchesne was dis-
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ABOVE: With a little direction, a group of volunteers plants petunias in a flower bed along Bridge Street near M-66 Thursday during Keep Charlevoix Beautiful’s Operation Petunia planting day. LEFT: Gary Stutzman directs the Northwest Academy Advanced Band as they perform for volunteer petunia planters in Charlevoix’s East Park Thursday following Keep Charlevoix Beautiful’s annual Operation Petunia planting day.
B OY N E C I T Y — Thanks to the partnership of Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council and the BoatU.S. Foundation’s “Reel In and Recycle!” campaign, the Friends of the Boyne River were able to install a new monofilament collection container along the Boyne River. The program was designed to make proper disposal of monofilament more accessible to anglers on local lakes and streams. When improperly discarded, the line can fatally entangle wildlife and is a danger to boaters and swimmers. Widely used by anglers, monofilament is a strong, thin, durable line that is nearly invisible in the water. However, those same qualities can make it hazardous to wildlife when left behind. “It is estimated that ingestion of, and entanglement in, marine debris causes the deaths of more than 1 million birds and 100,000 marine mammals each year,” according to the Michigan Clean Marina’s website, which is a program through the Michigan Sea Grant. Inappropriately discarded monofilament often accumulates in popular fishing areas and
may tangle around boat propellers and aquatic life. It takes more than 500 years to decompose. Monofilament line, which is the only type of line collected through the pro g ram, can be recycled regardless of weight and test strength. Additional collection sites installed last summer include Ryde Marina in Alanson and the Burt Lake State Park in Indian River. Anglers can also mail used monofilament line directly to Berkley’s M o n o f i l a m e n t Re cy cling Center at the following address: Berkley Recycling, 1900 18th St., Spirit Lake, Iowa 51360 or call (800) 2375539 to request a free, pre-addressed postage paid box for the return of used fishing line and spools. T h e B e rk l e y C o n servation Institute, a branch of the popular monofilament fishing line manufacturer, provides the recycling service to create artificial underwater habitat structures. Once in the water, these structures attract fish and plant growth that rejuvenate areas devoid of the natural cover essential to the growth and development of a healthy fish population.
Friday, May 25, 2012 •
Good luck class of 2012, but where did the time go?
ats off to this year’s graduates. You did it. You finished high school. The next few weeks and months will undoubtably be marked with change — many of you will head off to college, others will join the military and some of you will enter the workforce. It will also be a time when many of you leave home and live on your own for the very first time. While your parents and we as a community are proud of all your accomplishments, it can also be a little hard for us to swallow. Most of you were
born in 1994, which makes us just feel really old. Each year, the Beloit College Mindset List provides a look at some of the cultural touchstones that shape the lives of students entering college. It also serves as a reminder for us older folks of the rapidly changing frame of reference of your generation. And makes us ask, where did the time go? For us, it’s hard to believe any of the following could be true: Ferris Bueller and Sloane Peterson could be your parents.
Women have always commanded some U.S. Navy ships. What dial? Most of you have probably never even used a rotary phone. Amazon has always been more than just a river in South America. Life has always been like a box of chocolates. Sears has never sold anything out of a “Big Book” that could also serve as a doorstop. The New Kids on the Block have always been known as NKOTB. You’ve broken off relation-
ships via texting, Facebook and Myspace. Frasier, Sam, Woody and Rebecca have never cheerfully shouted out, “Norm!” on prime time television. If it seems 18 years went by that fast, the next four years will go by even faster. But now you are getting your diploma. It’s more than just a piece of paper — it represents 13 years of hard work and a doorway to opportunity. And while your parents were there to help you along the way, it’s now their turn to take a backseat and watch
as you make the choices that will guide your future. There’s no doubt you’ll make mistakes, but there’s no getting anywhere if you don’t try. And if you give it all you’ve got, you’ll go far. It sounds like a cliche, but it’s true and it’s the best advice we can give. So to the class of 2012, congratulations and good luck.
‘Our View’ represents the opinion of the News-Review editorial board: Ryan Bentley, Rachel Brougham, Doug Caldwell, Brandon Hubbard, Jeremy McBain, Neil Stilwell, Babette Stenuis Stolz.
Time to get to work
y first real job was babysitting. I was 11. My 7-year-old charge wouldn’t listen to me when I told him to stop running on the slippery dock and he fell in, fully clothed. He was OK. But he gave me my first taste of real work. And after three long years of babysitting, I was very ready to move on. In April that year, I pestered the poor assistant manager at the family restaurant where my aunt worked. I called at least every few days to ask if he was hiring yet. Finally, in May, he said, “Why don’t you come on in.” Training day was surreal. I couldn’t believe I was actually in this strange environment, the one behind the counter, wearing a uniform. I’ll never forget Marge (They called her ‘Marge the Sarge’), the hostess who oversaw me that day. “How many hands do you have?” she asked, as I put dirty plates gingerly into the bus tub. “Use BOTH of them! At the same time!” I quickly got over the ick factor in my quest to impress her with my speediness. After my shift, a coworker said, “You know you can get anything off the menu for half price, right?” I didn’t know. And I wasted no time deciding on lunch. As I sat eating my stacked turkey sandwich with fries for under three dollars, the other bus person brought his lunch to sit with me. He had a wad of cash in his hands. “Here,” he said, handing me $15. “What’s this?” “It’s tips from the waitresses.” “You mean I get money now? Today?” I couldn’t believe it. This working stuff was all right. At least four days a week that summer, I busted my butt busing those tables. I cleaned toilets. I swept floors. I took my cash to the bank. By the end of the summer, I had $800. Enough to buy a shiny red Riva Razz moped. And with it, freedom. From then on, I rode my little moped to school and work. My busing job turned into a hostessing, and then a waitressing, job. I fell in love with working. Along with the satisfaction of an honest day’s work and
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the freedom of earning my own money, I gained a new social life. The workbased friendship was easy. No one had to step out of their comfort level to break the ice. We were thrown together, like a family. And next thing you knew, we were all hanging at the bowling alley after closing time. But the friends I made were not just coworkers. There were the “potato people.” The sweet couple who came in several times a week around 4 p.m. asking in earnest if we “had potato soup today.” They also came to my wedding. And made a quilt for my firstborn son. There was the Denver omelette guy who never had to place his order. As soon as I saw his car pulling into the parking lot, I would rush to the kitchen and tell the cooks to get it started. By the time he was seated, I was there with his piping hot eggs. There was the family of five who came in every Friday night for all-youcan-eat fish fry. Each week as I brought them their Cokes, coleslaw and plates of fish, I admired their family and secretly vowed that some day I would be the one treating my family to dinner. So here I am now with my own family of five, and, although we don’t go out to eat as often as we’d like, my kids are following a similar path of teenage working years as their mom and dad. The youngest has recently joined the workforce as a dishwasher at the same establishment as his brother and sister. So we’ll be driving to and from work a lot this summer. But that’s OK. It’s time to be busy. It’s time for them to experience their own kind of joy in having a job and paycheck. It’s time for them to get to work.
Renée Tanner is a News-Review page designer who, in reminiscing about all of her dear old beloved customers, also couldn’t help but remember there were also some jerks. Be kind to your servers this summer. Peace. Follow @ ReneeTanner_PNR on Twitter.
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Letters from our readers One buck, one doe Editor: I am writing in response to the new deer management plan that is trying to be put in place in Northern Michigan. My opinion is that the way the law is now is not working. How can a hunter see more and bigger bucks if mature bucks are being killed off in the youth hunt before they get a chance to breed. Also, I personally know of a number of “does” that were killed in the 2011 season were not does, but were button bucks. I feel the way to stop that is to make any bucks taken with three inch antlers or less be tagged with a buck license. A buck is a buck and a doe is a doe. We need to go to a one buck and one doe per season. The majority of hunters will pass on a small buck if they only have one they can take. Rick Johnecheck Boyne City
Commencement speaker an advocate of abortion Editor: I found it interesting that Health and Human Services secretary Sebelius was invited to make the commencement speech at Georgetown
University. Georgetown has been Catholic in name only for decades. As a governor, Sebelius who calls herself a Catholic, was a militant advocate of partial birth abortion and her friends the Jesuits caused all kinds of havoc in South America during the 70s and 80s with their communistic, liberation theology. So it came as no surprise that the Jesuits in this case have opted to side with government and coercion against liberty and freedom. A truly scandalous situation for Catholics and proponents of religious liberty. Michael MacLachlan Petoskey
McDonald’s south side location easy for downtown drivers Editor: I am excited about a fast food restaurant that I can drive to at lunch time and not have to try and make a left hand turn to get back into the downtown area. I do not even go to the five fast foods because of this problem. I’m surprised it took this long for one of them to build on the side of the road that makes it easy to get out of and go back into town. Thank you, Mickey Ds! Pam Greenhoe Petoskey
Much obliged Thanks to Michigan Room committee Editor: The Michigan Room Committee of the Charlevoix Public Library was first formed in January of 2001, to organize and evaluate the books and other printed materials in the library’s Michigan Room. This was a daunting task, as the library had acquired numerous books through donations over the years. Some of these books were valuable and rare and all told the history of the area. Our current collection is a direct result of their work. Over the years, the committee has evolved and worked on a myriad of projects for the library. They created a preservation plan for the over 100 years of local papers. They began and continue to work on, the digitization of local obituaries. They created the Margaret Duerr Award to honor a library employee and avid historian. They have created several exhibits: most notably the works of Jim Annis and Rosa Nettleton, along with numerous exhibits in the Michigan Room display cases. They also have See MUCH OBLIGED on PAGE A5
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The Washington Nationals and the joy of winning Charles Krauthammer Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist The Washington Post
It was an important personal milestone, though the circumstances were extenuating: I’d missed the previous home game. You see, on weeknights I’m normally at Nationals Park, it being exactly seven minutes from Fox News’ Washington studios, where my workday ends at 7. If the winds are fair and the Third Street Tunnel clear, I can get to my seat by the bottom of the first, in time to see Bryce Harper’s first at-bat. Except that the previous game was a day game. I may be an addict, but I do draw the line somewhere. If I find myself at the park at three in the afternoon on a Tuesday, it’s time for an intervention. I know my weaknesses. I tread with care, having found myself in March recording spring training games for later viewing. That’s bad. Not even players’ wives do that, Kurkji-
an confirms. So during the season, I exercise prudence. No day games. No weekends. No checking scores — by hand signal from a confederate in the audience — while giving public speeches. But these are about the only lines I have left. Between now and October, the Nats are my vice. I started going when they were bad, and once celebrated in this space “the joy of losing,” under the axiom that if you expect nothing, you’re never disappointed. A very serviceable philosophy when your team is terrible. But I need a new philosophy now. The Nationals are good: young, swift, exciting — and in first place in the National League East. They’ve got an electric 19-year-old, the aforementioned Harper, who runs
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Report: Mideast uprisings inspire the rest of the world
WASHINGTON (AP) — Last year’s uprisings in the Middle East have motivated people around the world to demand more rights and could inspire closed societies like Iran and North Korea to do the same, the State Department said Thursday. After years of denouncing rights abuses in Myanmar, the United States singled out change afoot in the Asian nation — also known as Burma — saying it is moving toward allowing greater liberties. “From the revolutions in the Middle East to the refor ms in Bur ma, they began with human rights, with the clear call of men and women demanding their universal rights,” Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said at a news conference accompanying release of the report for 2011. Clinton said the annual U.S. report, which have been issued by the department for decades, “make clear to governments around the world, ‘We are watching and holding you accountable,’ and they make clear to citizens and to activists everywhere, ‘You are not alone, we are standing with you.’ “ Chronicling rights developments in nearly 200 countries — improvements in some places and backsliding in others — the report highlighted the ouster of leaders in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and Yemen as well as ongoing “heinous and widespread rights abuses” against those still agitating for the removal of Syrian President Bashar al-Asad. “These still unfolding citizen uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa have sent aftershocks rumbling around the world,” the report said. “Whether in grand movements or small acts,” it said, “people in countries around the world are standing up and demanding their universal rights, dignity, greater economic opportunity, and participation in their countries’ political
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who throws 100 miles an hour with no idea where the ball is going. This induces terror in the opposing batter, morbid excitement in the stands and acute anxiety in the home dugout. He was finally yanked — mid-batter, no less — by Davey Johnson, his preternaturally patient Yoda of a manager, after hitting one backstop too many in Philly. Rodriguez has since been demoted. Had to be done before he blew another lead or killed a mascot. Young, brash and dangerous — how can you not like these guys? True, they could very well go south tomorrow. But what
a ride. Even the omens are good. When the wizened Johnson, asked about a recent epidemic of injuries to key players, suggested that perhaps a chicken be sacrificed, a bunch of fans promptly showed up at the park for the exorcism. The beheading was clean; the chicken, rubber; and the results, pleasing: no major Nats injuries in a week! No entrails were read, but I’d say: The outlook is quite brilliant for the Mudville Nine this day. Just to be sure, however, I’ll check with Kurkjian.
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Kathryn Louise Raymond, 94 Kathryn Louise Raymond (nee: Johnson), died May 22, 2012, at age 94. She was born April 28, 1918, in Le Grand, Iowa. She graduated from Iowa State College in 1939 with a degree in home economics, and earned a master’s degree from Cornell University School of Home Economics in 1948. Beloved wife of the late Richard L. Raymond for 62 years. Loving mother of Patricia Raymond Christopherson (David, M.D.) and Lawrence B. Raymond (Rusty). Devoted grandmother of Brian, Ben, and Emily Raymond, and Calli Wirsing, M.D. (Lance)
and Eric Christopherson (Sara). Greatgrandmother of Olivia Christopherson. A memorial service will be Raymond held at a later date. Memorial tributes to Quakerdale, New Providence, Iowa or First Presbyterian Church, Petoskey, Mich. The family was served by A.J. Desmond & Sons Funeral Home, Troy, Mich., (800) 2107135. View obituary and share memories at www.DesmondFuneralHome.com.
Claudia Lorenger, 73 Claudia Lorenger, age 73, of the Horton Bay General Store in Horton Bay, died on Dec. 13, 2011, in California. A gathering of her Michigan family and friends to remember Claudia and support Chip will take place at her beloved Horton Bay General Store in metropolitan downtown Horton Bay from 3-7 p.m. on Sunday, May 27. Light fare, good memories and that genuine friendship we find here in the north will be the order of the day. Please stop at the store during those times. Arrangements are by the Craig K. Kempf Funeral Home of Marshall, Mich.; www.kempffuneralhome.
com. Please visit the website to read Claudia’s story of her life, leave Chip a message and sign the online guest Lorenger register. Chip would like you to remember Claudia with a donation to the Hospice of Little Traverse Bay, One Hiland Drive, Petoskey, Mich. 49770. Donations can be made online at www.hospiceltb.org. Please bring along a simple note with a memory of Claudia to leave at the store. A basket will be available to place them in.
Janet E. McDonald, 59 A loving mother, grandmother and friend, Janet E. McDonald, 59, peacefully passed away on Wednesday, May 16, 2012, at her home in West Bloomfield after a long battle with cancer. Jan was born on Aug. 29, 1952, the daughter of Joseph and Nancy McDonald. She grew up in Royal Oak and was a graduate of Kimball High School. She went on to attend Adrian College where she studied liberal arts. On Jan. 24, 1976, and May 17, 1977, her two sons were born. She was a dedicated mother who loved cheering on her sons during swim meets and enjoyed skiing with her family at Boyne Highlands. In 1993, Jan made the decision to move her family full time to Harbor Springs, Mich. Jan was an experienced business woman who was instrumental in building the Bay Harbor community. Her undying love of Northern Michigan and the Bay Harbor community in particular was undeniable. Whether Jan was skiing at the Highlands, boating on Lake Michigan, traveling, planning her next party for friends, or enjoying the beaches in the summer months, her enthu-
siasm for life was unwavering. Jan ignored all odds and percentages, and when McDonald faced with two options, to give up or fight, she always fought and had hope. She served as an inspiration to her family and friends and a role model to her three grandchildren. She will always be remembered by and live in the hearts and minds of her family and many friends. She was predeceased by her parents, Joseph and Nancy McDonald. Surviving Jan are her two sons, Jason Watson (Heather) and Jeff Watson (Jen); her brother, Pat McDonald (Kitty, Molly and Michael); and three grandchildren, Rio Watson, Isabelle Watson and Demi Watson. A private memorial will be held by family followed by a public celebration of Jan’s life for family and friends from 3-6 p.m. on Friday, June 29, at Knot Just a Bar in Bay Harbor. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions be made to the Bay Harbor Foundation, 750 Bay Harbor Drive, Bay Harbor, Mich. 49770.
Peter Norman Battiste, 68 Peter Battiste died on May 7, 2012, at age 68 at Grandvue Medical Care Facility from dementia. He was the father of Brien Peter Battiste, the son of Norma and William P. Battiste Sr., the brother of William P. Battiste Jr., and half brother of Nicole, all now deceased. Peter is survived by his daughter, Elizabeth Mary; his siblings Eve, Sue, Phillip, Ann, Lea and John; and his stepmother, Margaret. He grew up in Boyne City where he learned to ski at Avalanche, Thunder Mountain, and Boyne Mountain ski areas. As a youth, Peter was active in Boy Scouts of America and was recognized by being inducted into the Order of the Arrow. His many interests included bird watching, boating and especially Michigan history. From his days as a NCAA ski racer at the University of Colorado, through his years as a director of ski schools, and ski equipment representative, Peter lived and breathed skiing. As a long-time resident
of Harbor Springs he was instrumental in the development of the Northern Michigan Ski Academy, Battiste a volunteerrun program for children throughout Northern Michigan, He started annual racing events, most notably the Tecnica Cup. The Tecnica Cup serves as the championship event for more than 300 young skiers who participate and race in Northern Michigan Ski Academy programs each season. A memorial service will take place at 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 9, at the First Presbyterian Church in Boyne City. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Peter Battiste Memorial Fund at the Michigan State University Federal Credit Union to benefit Peter’s daughter, Elizabeth. Checks can be mailed to MSUFCU at P.O. Box 1208, East Lansing, Mich. 48826.
LULLABY Boyne City Elementary School kindergarten students (from left) Sawyer Cadarette, Leah Schlickau, Delaney McBee, Elizabethe Capenter and Gabrielle Dunlap sing a lullaby to “Goldie” during their class’s Kindergarten Opera performance of “Goldie and the Bears” Thursday.
Senate committee-passed budget spares cuts in Michigan air bases H A R R I S O N T OW N SHIP (AP) — The U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee eliminated proposed Air National Guard cuts T hursday t h at wo u l d h ave c o s t M i ch i g a n b a s e s h u n dreds of jobs, said chairman Carl Levin. The $631 billion annual Pentagon bud-
get bill the committee unanimously approved “ re j e c t s p ro p o s a l s t o eliminate Air National Guard aircraft and personnel, including proposed cuts at Michigan bases,” the Michig an Democrat's office said in a statement. The full Senate next takes up the bill.
Death Notices/Services Frank Hrushka, 97 Frank Hrushka, 97, formerly of Boyne Falls, died May 21, 2012, at home in Seminole, Fla. No services are planned.
Kenneth McGeorge, 86 A graveside service for former Boyne City resident Kenneth McGeorge, 86, will take place at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, June 30, at Maple Lawn Cemetery in Boyne City. A luncheon will follow at the VFW hall in Boyne City. Mr. McGeorge passed away on Feb. 15, 2012, at his home in Marquette.
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BOYNE FALLS — The Charlevoix County Board of Commissioners app rove d a $ 2 6 3 , 0 0 0 b i d Wednesday night to construct a new sheriff substation in Boyne Falls to improve operations in the eastern half of the county. The winning bid went to Birchwood Construction, of Harbor Springs, on a unanimous vote. Charlevoix County Commissioners Robert Drebenstedt and Chris Christensen were absent. The present board members lamented not being able to take the lowest bidder at $41,000 less than the accepted amount, but the contracted did not enter all the requested paperwork. “You know, when you put the bid process out
Clifford Wallace Kilpatrick, 91 Clifford Wallace Kilpatrick, 91, of Lady Lake, Fla., formerly of Alanson, died May 25, 2012, at Cornerstone Hospice Center, Lady Lake. A full obituary will follow.
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Marilyn Ann Baillargeon, 77, of Charlevoix, died May 23, 2012, at the McLaren — Northern Michigan hospital in Petoskey. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced. A full obituary will follow. Arrangements are in the care of the Stone Funeral Home of Petoskey.
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HARBOR SPRINGS — Boyne Highlands Resort in Harbor Springs recently announced the addition of a new resort amenity, The Spa at Boyne Highlands. This spa opens for business today, Friday, May 25. Resort guests and day visitors can relax and rejuvenate at the new facility, which offers four treatment rooms, a relaxation area and spa boutique. Spa goers also will have access to an indoor/outdoor swimming pool, sauna and fitness facility. “The Spa is a great addition to Boyne Highlands,” said Brad Keen, Boyne Highlands Resort president and general manager. “We offer many adventure activities from golf, to horseback riding, ziplining, Segway tours and winter sports. The Spa provides the opportunity to slow down, relax and enjoy a soothing and therapeutic treatment.” The Spa’s service menu includes body services, facials, skin care and 25-, 50and 80-minute massages. The signature treatment, a bamboo massage, uses heated bamboo as an extension of the therapist’s hands to
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Living tributes to area residents
Petoskey Area Garden Club Memorial Garden
The Petoskey Area Garden Club maintains the shrubs, bushes and trees in Memorial Park as a living tribute to deceased loved ones of the Petoskey area. The park, which borders Sunset Boulevard at the east end of the Mitchell Street Bridge, was built by funds donated to the Petoskey Area Garden Club. Anyone who would like to remember a loved one with a monetary donation can send checks to the Petoskey Area Garden Club, Public Gardens Fund, P.O. Box 746, Petoskey, Mich. 49770. The garden club also has an endowment fund at the PetoskeyHarbor Springs Area Community Foundation. To donate to this fund, make checks payable to the Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation, designate Petoskey Area Garden Club, and send directly to the Community Foundation at 616 Petoskey St., Petoskey, Mich. 49770. Those who are remembered at the Memorial Garden site include:
Beverly Aldrigetti, Glenn Athearn, Jeff Bacon, Robert Bacon, Doris Baker, J. Kalyn Baker, Katherine Baker, Robert W. Baker Sr., Thos. L. Baker, Mary Rebecca Barrett, Iva Bathke, Ray Bay, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beadell Sr., Emma Lou Beaver, Roy Becker, Burton and Ethel Bennett, Harriet Billiau, David Blanz, Eileen Blanz, Raymond Blanz, Robert Blanz, Willis and Dollie Bliss, Dr. Benjamin B. Blum, Minnie Blum, Virginia Bodette, H. Joe Bohnet, Ethel Brozzo, Mabel Buettner, Theresa Bulger, Marcella Burns, Brig. General Ernest Burt, Percy and Evelyn Butler, Milton Carter, Margaret Carpenter, Glen Casey, Martha Cawthra, Bob and Alma Cessar, Helene Champion, Merle Christopher, Chester E. Clark, Elizabeth Clark, Class of 1933, Class of 1941, Lawrence Clink, Marquerite Collins, Lois Conley, Michelle Conley, Marion Coffey, Louise Cooper, Dorothy Connable, Dorothy Covert, David G. Croff, Allen E. Crosby, Catherine Crosby, Billy Curry, T. Chalmers Curtis, Louise Curtis; Laura E. Daly, Walden Damschroder, Marjorie Dawson, Alfred Dau,
Timothy Davies, Louise Dean, Vernie Dean, John Deschermeier, Leanore Dicken, Stanley Dickinson, Susan Dilworth, Jim Doherty, James Douma, Henrietta Doyle, Matthew Doyle, Mary Elkins, Clayton and Dorothy Eppler, Rhea Erway, Emmet Rebekah Lodge No. 104, Jack Feldmann, Helen Fields, Delmar Fineout, Edith Garvin Frank, Nina Friend, Louis Fochtman, Maureen Fochtman, Ray Foley, Mary Freer, Dan Galbraith, Glen and Esther Garrett, Maggie Gibbard, Clare Gillett, Gordon Frost, Otto and Jean Gattle, Lincoln Gillies, Melida Gillies, Girl Scout Leaders Council; Jean Grant, Wm. T. Gundelfinger, Charlotte Hager, Wesley Hager, Jolyn Hall, Peggy Hankey, William and Irma Hanley, Dr. R.H. Harper, Mrs. John Harris, Dorothy M. Harris, Evelyn Harris, Jack Hauser, Margaret Curtis Herman, Mildred Hills, Martha Hanneman, Kathryn Hinman, Wm. Hodges, Julie Hodgkiss, Emily Hoffman, Eugene Hoffman, J. Luke Hoffman, Isabelle and Leo Hoffman, Frank Hoffman, Hazel Reycraft Hoffman, Ambrose Hollerback, Josephine Hollerback, Mrs. David O. Holmes Sr., Frank Holzschu, Sylvia White Hubbard, Margaret Crow Itschner, Berne Jacobs, Myrtle Jacobs, Helen “Bernie” Jesperson, Eleanor Johansen, Ed Johnson, Edith Johnson, James Johnson, Lei Johnson, Dee Jones, Dodie Jones, Albert Kalkbrenner, Andrew and Mary Kan, Andrew Kan Jr., Francis Keiswetter, John Kelly, Ruth Kelly, Andy Kenny, Ann Kidd, Mildred and Bill Kiebel, Donald Kilwin, Raymond Klein, Benjamin and Marie Kleinstiver, Luise E. Kleppe, Nellie Koboski, Harold Kohn, Frank Koper, Josephine Koper, Walter Koper, Louis Kraus, Ruth and Lee E. Krieg; Susan LaCross, Ruth Lang, Ruth Lark, John and Julia La Tocha, Shirley Lawton, John T. Lechowicz, Martha Libke, Dorothy V. Loveless, Richard Lundberg, Wm. Maus, Wm. and Lila Martz, Douglas Macalpine,
Hilda Malec, Marion Mayes, Bertha MacMahon, Allen McCune, Ruth Mary McFall, James McGraw, Ruth McIntyre, Beth McKnight, Emery and Grace McMaster, Frieda Mengebier, Pam Mengebier, Michigan Maple Block, Hans. H. Meland, Arlo Miller, Lawrence Miller, Leroy Miller, Marie Miller, Sunny Miller, John Montgomery, Pauline Montgomery, JoAnn Moore, Helen Morford, Shelia Morley, Patrick Mowat, Wil Moyer, Barbara Mullenniex, Rose and Harold Mummert, Maude Mundhenk, Joyce Murphy, Clara Nasson, Emil Nasson, Dorothy Nelson, Jennie Nichols, Jerome Noel, Wilhelm Nordberg, Lillian Nordstrom, Nordstrom Parents, Emery O. Nyman; Ann Otto, Milton Pagel, Violet Parks, Lyle Parrish, Merton Perry, Ruth Perry, Dale Peterson, Goldie Peterson, Mary Peterwitz, Petoskey Independent Order of Odd Fellows No. 282, Pamela Ann Pillsbury, Patricia Postle, William Pringle, John H. Pyle, John Quinlan, Helen Rasmussen, Carolyn Rader, Jack Rader, Hilda Reed, Reycraft Family, Maria Rice, Norman Risk, Lucille and Merritt Robertson, Joseph Rosen, Emogene Roy, Grace Ruble, Judy Rudolph, Lee Ruffner; Rear Admiral K. Parke Sager, Dr. and Mrs. Tawfik Saleh, Milford Saunders, Albert Schaller, Jessie Schindler, Elizabeth Schneider, Annette Schulz, Reg and Virginia Sharkey, Albert Sheppard, Sheridan School fourthgrade, Henry Simard, Paul Simard, Alfton Sly, Clarence Smalley, Addie Smith, Clara Smith, Douglas Smith, Edith Lombard Smith, Harriet Smith, Ione Smith, Lillian F. Smith, Mabel Smith, Mary Jane Smith, Roger Smith, Wade and Clarice Smith, Wayne and Fran Smith, Gertrude Solms, Edward and Virginia Sobleski, Carl and Gladys Spitler, Carolyn Stellman, Helen K. Stoll, Norman R. Stoll, Robert Stoll, Rubye Stueck, Goldie Stump, Margaret Sussman; Paul Taylor, Ruth and Harvey Terrill, Charabelle Thompson, Raymond
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The Memorial Garden in Petoskey borders Sunset Boulevard at the east end of the Mitchell Street Bridge. and Ruth Todd, William Todd, John and Frances Tracy, Homer and Jean Trask, Marian Traunig, Dorothy Treloar, Allen Tressler, Betty Tsaloff, Estelle Turk, Telephone Pioneers of America Great Lakes Chapter No. 980, Julie Uhlich, Otti Uhlich, Emma VanLeuven, Porter and
Evelyn Vaughan, John Voelker, Donald Walker Jr., Conrad Wallin, Evelyn Ward, June Watson, Rhea Watson, Bess Way, Dr. and Mrs. B. Weaver, Mildred and Norman Wells, Bessie White, William White, Marion Whitman, Karl C. Wietking, Eleanor Willard, Renolia Wright, Ruth Zipp.
Charlevoix Area Garden Club Memorial Garden
CHARLEVOIX — The Charlevoix Area Garden Club maintains the memorial garden at the east end of Dixon Avenue. The garden, which was totally renovated in 2010, is the oldest garden in Charlevoix, established in 1977. The memorial garden is open to the public 24/7 for contemplation or to rest during a long walk. Anyone is welcome to make a contribution to the Memorial Garden as a tribute to a friend or a loved one who has passed away. The garden now memorializes more than 200 people. To remember a loved one, contributions may be sent to the Charlevoix Area Garden Club in care of Nancy Fowler, 409 East Dixon Ave., Charlevoix, Mich. 49720. Two weeks ago, 11 members of the memorial garden committee met to manicure and clean the gardens, readying it for the planting of many flats of annuals following Memorial Day. The following list includes all those who have been memorialized by a donation to the Charlevoix Area Garden Club since its beginning.
R. Jack Abfalter, Julius Abrahmson, Ted Ager, Hilda Alexander, Ruth Ance, Curley Banfield, Robert A. Barnum, Andrew Bass, Marjorie M. Bates, Willis Clark Beard, Jack Beatty, Gene Bergmann, Lenne Bernstein, Mary and Cliff Biddick, Esther Bleha, Jim Block, Don Bogart, Diane Boos, Homer Brady, Marian Bridge, Florence Britton, Leroy Buchanan, Anna and Curtis Burlin, Margaret and Robert Burns, Dallas Butler, Jeanette Cameron, Helen T. Campbell, Mildred Campbell, Britt Center, Edith and Floyd Chamberlain, Joan Chodak, Elsie
and Edward Clagett, Bob Clock, Raymond Close, Robert Close, George Cook, Don Couse, Mable Cromwell, Hulda Cross, Ruth Ann and Franklin Curtis, Caroline Danly, Bill Deputy, Ken Diller, Alice and Tyre Dinwiddie, Myrtle Ditlefsen, Dorothy Dixon, George Duke, Sr., Jerrine Durni, Ethelyn and Edward Edwards, Ida Edwards, Rob Elzerman, Julius Elzinga, Margaret Erber, Faye Erdman, Leonard Espich, Andy Essenburg, Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Evanoff, Russell Ferguson, Eileen Fessenden, Bill Fochtman, Bob Fochtman, Bonnie and Dick Fochtman, Ina Fochtman, Lawrence and “Lark” Foley, Ellen Fuller Foyle, Mr. and Mrs. Porter Francis, Ruth Francis, Gordon Freedman, Marilyn Freimuts, William “Bud” Gebeau, Velma Gibb, Elsie and Dr. Gerald Gibbons, Michael A. Gibbons, Tom Gibbons, Edith Gilbert, Alfred “Bud” Gill, Ben Gill, Louise Gill, Edward Golden, Clarence Goldstick, Jeff Gowdy, Pearl Grate, Bill Graves, Jolynn Hall, Margit Hamilton, Pauline Hamlin, Arthur Haselhuhn, Robert and Laurene Hatch, Edith Hawkins, Georgianna Herald, Sharon Herman, Bill Heugh, Schuyler Hickey, Millie Hiller, Raymond Hodgson, Earl M. Holborn, Peggy Holms, Max Hosmer, in honor of Derith and Jack Lane’s 50th anniversary, in honor of Joyce Reznick, in honor of Rhea Dow, in memory of deceased members of Charlevoix High School class of 1943, Larry Ingalls, Robert A. Irving, Grace Jeffords, Ellen Jesmore, Sue Johnson, Roger Kieren, Jeff Kline, Catherine and Conrad Klooster Sr., Benona and Carl Kohler, Art Krulik, Harold Krutsch, Sharon Lake, Derith
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The Charlevoix Area Garden Club Memorial Garden is located at the east end of Dixon Avenue in Charlevoix. Lane, Mary L. Lanum, Maud Lawler, Randall Ledahl, E.H. and Julia Leedy, Helen B. LeFevre, Jerry Left, Alyce Lesser, Ed Leverich, Dorothy and Edward Lewand, Janet Lewis, Russell Lewis, Jane and Robert Lieberman, Joe Liston, Edward Loop, Barbara MacArthur, Kenneth MacGregor, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth MacLean, Kay Mac Millan, Dr. Bob Martin, Floye Martin, Evelyn Mason, June McCullugh, John McGoff, Sally McNamara, Dorothy McRae, Frank Mikulski, Esther and Bob Miles, Jean Miles, James Miller, Mrs. Lynn Miller, Don Mol, Emma and John Mol, Jack Mol, Marvin Molasky, John A. Montgomery, M. Keith and Joseph G. Morris Jr., Robert J. Murray, Catherine and Gordon Neff, Joan Nelson, Trina Nelson, Frank Novotny, Joe O’Sullivan, Doris Ochs, Mildred
and Harley Ochs, Clem Olach, Edward Olach, Hubert Olach, Marie Olach, Marion Olesky, Lola Olney, Virginia Olsen, Anton Olszewski, Mildred and Hubert Paddock, Dorothy Parker, Helen and Alden Petersen, Mary Pew, Frank Plume, Ruth Price, Donald Provancher, Freda Provancher, Roger Provancher, Marian Purdy, Patsy Ramsey, Connie Raymer, Cynthia and Philip Rice, John Riecker, Bob Riggle, Esther and C.R. Ringler, Rebecca Rogalla, Lily Roos, Carolyn Ross, John Rowe, Lucille and L. Gordon Rower, Anna Rucinski, Albert Russell, James E. Ryan, Daniel Ryon, Charlotte and Gib Saltonstall, Agate Santek, Daniel Schoelberger, Gerry Sciorilli, Robert M. Sell, Grace Sexton, Phila and Edward Shanahan, Dr. John and Dan Shoeman, Maureen Sievertsen,
Roger Sievertsen, Randy Silver, Doug Sloan, Marie and Ray Slone, Gladys Smiley, May Smith, Wilma and Anthony Stabnick, James Stankevich, Barbara Starns, Arla Staublin, Percy Staublin, Charles H. Stevens, Robert Stohler, Wilma Stubbs, Ida and Uno Suomela, Albert Sutton, Lillian Swinton, Joyce and Harold Totten, Raymond Trentham, Bill Trost, Jack Uhrick, John Uhrick, Joseph Uhrick, Merle Vandenberg, Mary Vetting, Grace Vick, Keith Wagner, Quinton A. Walker III, Dawson Way, Anna Belle and Frank Webb, Ida and Arlo Wickersham, G. James Williams, Karron Williams, Mary and James Williams, Sr., Ivan Witthoeft, Margaret and Floyd Wonser, Ray Wood, Stuart Wood, Myrtle Wynn, Mrs. H.H. Yoder, Irene Young.
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Harbor Springs Garden Club maintains Memorial Garden
HARBOR SPRINGS — Established in 1980 after the death of avid gardener and member of the Harbor Springs Garden Club, Maude Milliken, the Harbor Springs Memorial Garden stands as a living tribute to deceased but not forgotten area residents. The garden is easily identifiable by the large rock with plaque and bench, along with an array of perennials, annuals, bushes and a flowering tree, located at the east end of Bay Street. Anyone may remember a loved one who has passed away by contributing to the garden club. These gifts are used throughout the season to plant and maintain the garden. To make a contribution, send to: Harbor Springs Garden Club, P.O. Box 201, Harbor Springs, Mich, 49740.
For more information, to make corrections or note omissions, call Lynn Granger at (231) 526-4086. This year donations have been made in the memory of:
Webb MacKenzie, Peggy Hickey and Marana Tost who will be remembered with Mary Rebecca Barrett, Roma WalstromBoline, Lin Bronson, Barbara Conn, E. Leo Desimpel, Martin and Marion McElroy Ducharne, Josephine Fairbairn, James Gamble, Hiland Hall, JoAnn Hardin, Audrey Haynes, Betty Hild, John Jackson, Jane Knight, Jean McCoy, Maude Milliken, Fred Nibbelink, Mick Phillips, Fred and Sara Renker, Vivian VanCampen, Ward Walstrom, Robert Wood and Tony Worel.
The Harbor Springs Garden Club Memorial Garden is located at the east end of Bay Street.
65th wedding anniversary
Petoskey school calendar TODAY, MAY 25
Turcotts celebrate 65 years of marriage Dr. and Mrs. Tom Turcott of Petoskey will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary at a family reunion at 2 p.m. on Sunday, July 8, at Camp PetO-Se-Ga. Tom Turcott and Margaret Strehl were married May 29, 1947, in East Jordan by a Catholic priest. Margaret grew up in East Jordan and Tom grew up in Boyne City. After their marriage, the Turcotts moved to Petoskey where they have resided since. Dr. Turcott is a retired optometrist and Mrs. Turcott worked as a school teacher then a homemaker and moth-
Professional development day, no students K-12 SATURDAY, MAY 26
10 a.m. — Varsity baseball, away Saginaw Valley Invitational TUESDAY, MAY 29
Dr. and Mrs. Tom Turcott, 1947
Dr. and Mrs. Tom Turcott, 2012
er of nine. The Turcotts’ children are: Riley Turcott of Petoskey, Mike Turcott of Petoskey, Casey Turcott of Petersburg, Ky., Pat McClees of Petoskey, Laura Batchelor of Harbor Springs,
Kathy Lenhart of Bend, Ore., Jane Blaylock of Bend, Ore., Mary Hayes of Petoskey and Dan Turcott of Boyne City. Mr. and Mrs. Turcott have 19 grandchildren, and 13 great-grandchildren.
4:15 p.m. — Varsity baseball, away TC Central 4:15 p.m. — Varsity softball, away TC Central 4:30 p.m. — Junior Varsity baseball, home TC Central 4:30 p.m. — Junior Varsity softball, home TC Central 5:30 p.m. — Varsity track, away Gaylord invitational 6 p.m. — Varsity girls’ soccer, home districts Cadillac 7 p.m. — Pops concert, high school WEDNESDAY, MAY 30
6 p.m. — Athletic banquet, high school FRIDAY, JUNE 1
TBA — Varsity boys’ golf, away districts at Cadillac 9 a.m. — Varsity girls’ tennis, away state finals
Program on strokes offered June 7 at Pellston Friendship Center PELLSTON — A program on strokes will be offered at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 7, at the Pellston Friendship Center.
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New parents share more than others want to know
TERRACYCLE Pellston Elementary School students have kept 300 pounds of trash out of landfills through the Terracycle program which began in April in the school. Terracycle collects trash that is typically not recyclable, and then â€œupcyclesâ€? it to a new product. Students are shown with four garbage bags full of candy wrappers which weighs a total of 59 pounds, 7 ounces and resulted in $120 for the school. Since April, the school has made $475 through Terracycle.
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Dear Annie: I am becoming excessively annoyed by a new trend Iâ€™m seeing with my friends who have recently become parents â€” the â€œnaked mommy.â€? Iâ€™m 27 and have not yet had children. Several of my friends are having their second or third, but most are on their first. I work in a physicianâ€™s office, so I see a lot of medical-related nudity, and it is not a problem for me. But when I check my email, text messages or Facebook page, it is an entirely different story. All of my â€œmommy friendsâ€? are posting pictures of themselves breast feeding or otherwise with everything hanging out for the world to see. A friend of mine recently posted a very detailed video of the birth of her daughter. Another friend could have fielded a softball team with the number of people who were in the delivery room, including her husbandâ€™s male friends. It was weird. My sister, bless her heart, dropped her undies at a friendâ€™s baby shower to show her episiotomy stitches. I understand that go-
ing through the process of having a baby makes you inured to being naked. But that doesnâ€™t mean Annieâ€™s others want Mailbox to see you in the raw. Iâ€™ve tried telling my friends that I have no interest in their breastfeeding and delivery videos, but they say Iâ€™m a prude. Am I wrong to think that just because you can take a picture of it doesnâ€™t mean you should? â€” Not a Prude, Just Prudent Dear Prudent: This is a combination of new mommy pride and the current obsession to publicize every private moment â€” with a little exhibitionism thrown in. New parents are often so enamored of their amazing experience that they feel compelled to share all the specific details with everyone. We agree that they should save the explicit photos, videos and dropped panties (for heavenâ€™s sake) specifically for those who ask to see them.
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Cross of Christ Lutheran Church E.L.C.A.
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First Christian Church Pastor Jeffery Watton 209 E. Main, Boyne City 582-5045
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Charlevoix Church of the Nazarene 12023 Waller Rd., Charlevoix, MI 49720 Rev. Dan Gilmore, Pastor Worship 9:30 am â€˘ Sunday School 11:00 231-547-5711 â€˘ email: email@example.com
Emmanuel Episcopal Church 1020 E. Mitchell St., Petoskey - 347-2350 Rector, Rev. Gregory Brown 8:00 am Sunday - The Holy Eucharist Rite I 10:00 am - Holy Eucharist Rite II Wednesday 5:30 pm - Bible Study with Holy Eucharist Every Thursday, 11 am, 1928 Holy Eucharist in the Chapel
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Sunday Worship 10am â€˘ Nursery Available 7th-12th Youth Group, Sunday 6:30pm The Rev. Michael J. Bridge
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Petoskey United Methodist Church 1804 East Mitchell, Petoskey - 231-347-2733
Summer Worship Schedule Sunday 10:00 a.m.
St. Francis Xavier Church 513 Howard St.â€˘ Petoskey â€˘ 347-4133
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MASS SCHEDULE: Saturday 5pm â€˘ Sunday 8 & 10am
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Word of Life Community Church 219 State Street, Petoskey 347-3362 Small Group Bible Studies for all ages 9:00 am Sunday Worship 10:00 am â€˘ Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 pm Nursery Provided during all services www.tmchurch.com
Hope for You, Your Family & Our Community! Worship Location - Knights of Columbus 1106 Charlevoix Ave. Petoskey Sunday Worship - 10:00 am Mark Manzer - Lead Pastor www.NewHopeNorth.org (231) 348-6905
403 Madison, Petoskey Services at 10:30 a.m., Wed. at 7 p.m. We are a non-denominational church sharing the love and hope of Jesus Christ. John Alexandrowski - Pastor 348-8186
Zion Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod)
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Do test scores really predict success?
all their junior students take the ACT. These tests may not be predicting a student’s success as an adult, but it is safe to say that the test can have an Stevie effect on a student’s Bartig life. There are many more important things in life that can help you get into a good college, but the ACT scores have a play in that as well. If a student has a good test score, they are more likely to get a scholarship. Scholarships can help a lot with getting into a good college. This test could easily have an impact on someone’s life. Some people think that test scores are not important. A lot of students seem to not care about what they get on tests, but the ACT could affect their future. Some students believe that just because you did not do well on the test, it should not affect what school you get into. But sadly, it does. According to collegeprepu.com, the first thing colleges look at is their GPA. The next factor they look at would be standardized test scores. The website also stated that the ACT is probably the most important test for college entrance. All students and parents need to be aware that the ACT is important. Students should take it seriously. It could impact a student’s life, and change their future.
Stevie Bartig East Jordan High School
EAST JORDAN — It is difficult being a high school student and thinking about what you are going to do with the rest of your life. Many students do not know what career they want to get into until they actually get out of high school. All students are required to take standardized tests throughout their high school career. Some people say that if you don’t do very well on the ACT or SAT, you probably won’t get a good job, but others disagree. The ACT is used by many colleges as an entrance exam. Education-online-search. com says the test assesses high school students’ knowledge and preparedness for success in college. There are five different sections of the ACT that each student will be tested on; English, mathematics, reading, science and writing. All juniors in Michigan are required to take the ACT, but not all colleges require taking the SAT. In each student’s junior year, they are overwhelmed with tests that they have to take to get into a decent college. According to Laurent Belsie at csmonitor. com, it turns out ACT scores do a pretty good job of predicting how well students do in school. Most students who do well on their ACT seem to get into a good college. Act.org says the average composite score for Michigan is 20. Average English score is 19.3, math 19.9, reading 20.1, and science 20.3. The website also stated that Michigan is one of the very few states that make
Alanson students receiving their Career Technical Education Awards, include (from left) senior Becky Madden, Agriscience Award; sophomore Ashleigh Ross, Business Services and Technology Award; junior Dale Clark, Business Services and Technology Award; sophomore Mattisen Stonhouse, Business Services and Technology Award; and senior Michael Harlan, Agriscience Award.
Students’ efforts rewarded Austin Hart Alanson High School
ALANSON — Students are often encouraged to do their best, and if they do they may be rewarded in life. Five students from Alanson High School did just that and received recognition for their accomplishments. Working hard all year to maintain a high grade and perform well, seniors Becky Madden and Michael Harlan, junior Dale Clark, and sophomores Ashley Ross and Mattisen Stonhouse, recently received the Ca-
reer and Technical Education award. All students persevered and emerged as the students in the top 10 percentile of their vocational classes. Austin The Career and Hart Technical Education award was presented to students from all schools in the Char-Em Intermediate School District. Awards were presented during a recognition dinner in the Boyne Mountain Conference Center on
May 1. Students received their award certificates from their teachers and a special pin from the superintendent of their school. More than 600 families looked on as each student received his/her award. Students had the chance to witness other dedicated achievers being honored with their awards. As long as students continue to be determined in performing there are limitless possibilities to what else they can achieve.
Austin Hart is a junior at Alanson High School. He is the son of Jennifer Greenier of Alanson.
Stevie Bartig is a junior at East Jordan High School. She is the daughter of Scott and Michelle Bartig.
Raven Hill Discovery Center connects students with history, art, science
EAST JORDAN — Raven Hill Discovery Center will be open every day over Memorial Day weekend from noon-4 p.m. Friday through Monday, May 25-28. Summer hours go into effect on Tuesday, May 29; 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday, noon-4 p.m. on Saturdays and 2-4 p.m. on Sundays. Summer hours last through Friday, Aug. 31. Raven Hill is also always open by appointment.
Raven Hill helps visitors build connections between science, history and the arts in an interactive learning environment. In addition to the hands-on museum and the exotic animals, visitors can explore the outdoor exhibits. Families can spend time in the one-room schoolhouse, explore the tree house, walk the labyrinth, see the geologic history of the earth in the Exploring
Beyond Jurassic Park, wander through the Ancient World, discover alternative energy in the Energy House, be a musician in the Earth Tones Music Garden and enjoy Smallville with its miniature houses. Visitors can also register for science, history and art classes. Classes are available for children 4-14 and for adults. Raven Hill offers FREE (Families Reaching for Educational
Excellence) Second Saturdays through November. The June 9 event will highlight papermaking. Sponsored by the Charlevoix County Community Foundation from February through November, each month FREE Second Saturday will highlight a different science, history, or art activity as well as allow families to explore the hands-on museum and animals indoors and enjoy the outdoor exhibits.
FREE Second Saturday hours are noon-4 p.m. Raven Hill is located between East Jordan and Boyne City, just off C-48 at Pearsall Road, on 157 acres in a rural area of northwestern Lower Michigan next to the Little Traverse Conservancy’s Raven Ridge Nature Preserve. For more information, visit www.ravenhilldiscoverycenter.org or call (231) 5363369 or (877) 833-4254 toll free.
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LINDEMUTH FROM A1
was stationed at the Reserve Center in Akron, Ohio, where he trained reservists. He didn’t have to go back overseas, but a second tour called him, said Toni. “He said, ‘Mom, I’m a hardcore Marine. I’ve been at this for nearly five years and these guys are doctors and lawyers and teachers. They’re weekend warriors and a lot of them are older than I am. They’re my boys, and I wouldn’t feel right not going back with them,’” said Toni. So he went for a second tour of Iraq, serving with the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Force. On April 13, 2005, Mike was working on a truck in a building near Haditha Dam in the Anbar province of Iraq, which supplies most of the country’s power. Mortar rounds had been flying toward the building, which was constructed of cement blocks, said Toni. Few of the bombs were hitting anywhere close to the working soldiers. But one hit the target: the bunker’s double-wide door. Mike was 27.
Comfort in faith
Toni Lindemuth turns to her faith, born-again Christianity, for solace. “I believe we all have a destiny, that God has appointed a time for our lives to begin and a time that they should end, and we don’t have any say in the matter,” said Toni. “Without that, I don’t know
Toni Lindemuth of Pellston (right) sits with her late husband, Roland Lindemuth, at their son Michael Lindemuth’s headstone in Ohioville Cemetery. where I would be.” Many times, Mike told his mother that the soldiers he served with were like brothers. Toni never really knew people in the military, and didn’t understand what her son meant — until the night the Marines knocked at her door. She was home alone. Toni’s husband, Roland, was in Duluth, Minn., for his job. After the Marines told Toni about her son, they stayed with her until the early hours of the morning, until the rest of her family could get there. “Mike had said, if you need
BUSINESS FROM A1
Located at 309 Howard St., the business focuses on the latest products in the pet care industry and offers natural items and unique, high quality yet affordable pet products. Albert chose to launch Ruff Life in Petoskey because of the area’s vibrant pet culture, active community and unique cross section of local, resort and tourist markets. “I’ve always wanted to do it,” Albert said of the shop. “I’ve grown up in retail and worked in it in some aspect my entire life. Retail is like theater, if you don’t believe in what you’re selling, like acting, your show is going to tank.” Albert, a long-time Petoskey resident, knows that when it comes to business in Northern Michigan, summer is king. From Memorial Day to Labor Day, businesses largely rely on the tourists and summer visitors who walk through their doors. “(As a new business) you like to be up and running by Memorial Day,” said Carlin Smith, executive director of the Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce. While Smith admits the summer season here really doesn’t boom until late June, Memorial Day weekend provides a “little bump” for businesses. Mariah Hankins hopes that bump will help set the tone for her new business, Magpie and Mana in Boyne City’s SOBO district. The art gallery and co-op opens today, Friday, May 25. “While we’ll be open year round, I really wanted to start now,” Hankins said. “It’s just a great time to attract the types of clients I decided to start this business for.” Hankins, who is just 18, came up with the idea for Magpie and Mana while she was in high school in Boyne City. Always interested in art, yet discouraged by the lack of art options because of budget constraints, Hankins opened the gallery and co-op to give young, aspiring artists, as well as established ones, a place to explore their talents. “I always focused on the
Michigan income tax cut would begin in October
LANSING (AP) — House Republicans plan to introduce measures next week that would move up an income tax cut from January to October and increase how much income someone can earn before taxes kick in. House GOP spokesman Ari Adler said Thursday the bills will be introduced Tuesday. House Republican Speaker Jase Bolger says he wants to return $90 million of a budget surplus to taxpayers. The Michigan League for Human Services says the move is an election-year gimmick. It says the money would be better spent offering preschool or dental care to low-income children.
“Memorial Day is a great time to start this,” she said. “People visit, come up for the summer, and will be looking for places and things for their children to do. I wanted to be ready to take advantage of that.” Mariah Hankins, who is opening a new business this weekend things I really wanted to learn and the things I’m good at,” she said. “But many kids can’t have that outlet because they don’t have it at school and their parents just don’t support it. For many kids, it may be their only talent and if it makes them happy, it needs to be something they can do if they want.” Magpie and Mana will offer a variety of art programs, along with a gallery open to the public and live music during the summer months. “Memorial Day is a great time to start this,” she said. “People visit, come up for the summer, and will be looking for places and things for their children to do. I wanted to be ready to take advantage of that.” Albert, Hankins and other business owners in Charlevoix and Emmet counties are hoping this weekend will set the tone for the summer season. “It’s all about the attitude going into the weekend,” Smith noted. “I think everyone is going in really positive this year and looking ahead toward the summer. I expect a real strong season since the economy is better, more are working, the confidence is there, gas prices aren’t going crazy and we have an early start on the weather. I feel really good about Memorial Day weekend.”
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anything, you call a Marine,” said Toni. A week later, on April 20, 2005, the Lindemuths buried their son. Their home church, Harbor Light Community Chapel, was filled with more than 2,000 mourners, including an entire section of military personnel.
Each day in memory A chest sits in Toni’s bedroom, filled with memorabilia surrounding Mike’s military career — including a scrapbook put to-
gether by a woman, a complete stranger, from Rogers City. The scrapbook is one of three scrapbooks mailed to Toni over the years. Two soldiers that Mike served with plan to visit Toni in 2015, the 10-year anniversary of Mike’s death. Memorials in the honor of Mike and the 47 other soldiers out of 150 who died from his unit have cropped up across Ohio, where many of the 48 soldiers were from. Mike’s name is imprinted on a memorial at the Harbor Light chapel and a plaque in Pennsylvania Park in Petoskey. A memorial garden commemorates him in front of Petoskey’s American Legion Post, said Jim Alton, director of the Emmet County Department of Veterans Affairs, which has added Mike’s name to its title. It’s now called the American Legion Weaver-Lindemuth Post 194. It is these people who Toni now admires most, she says — these Vietnam veterans. “A lot of people have a real negative feeling about Vietnam vets because a lot of them still wear their hair long, and it’s threaded with gray if it’s not totally gone white,” said Toni. “They simply are who they are, and they are supporting us. I love those people for that and I admire them so. ... I am so thankful. These are the guys that are standing up and supporting those of us who are
‘You are brothers’
Toni takes peace in the way her son passed away. “My son died honorably, serving his country. It’s everything. It’s a great consolation, and it gives me great peace,” she said. And in all the ways Mike has been commemorated over the seven years since his death, Toni says she finally sees what he meant when he said he considered the military family. She has come to believe the same, and says the military augments the family she has — her son, Bryan, 38, and daughter, Lisa Veurink, 31. “It started dawning on me what Mike was talking about with this family unit. He said, ‘Mom, when you train that hard with people that are so diverse and so different from you for 13 weeks, you live, eat, sleep, everything, and you go through basic training, you are brothers,’” said Toni. “And so I have a tremendous amount of family anymore. A tremendous amount of family.”
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Drawing them in: Local communities use mix of strategies for tourism promotion Ryan Bentley (231) 439-9342 - firstname.lastname@example.org
From simple social networking posts to radio ads that feature a celebrity voice, Northwest Michigan communities use an assortment of methods for promoting their offerings to tourists. Harbor Springs and Charlevoix recently made headlines as the subjects of radio ads promoting local destinations under the state’s Pure Michigan tourism marketing banner. These radio spots, narrated by actor Tim Allen, began airing this month in downstate markets. “We hope that triggers in people’s minds to get up here,” said Amanda Wilkin, executive director of the Charlevoix Convention & Visitors Bureau, which covered half the Charlevoix ad buy’s price tag. The bureau’s expense for the ads is $20,000, with the other half of the cost covered with matching funds from the Pure Michigan program. Fundraising by the Harbor Springs Area Chamber of Commerce secured $20,000 toward the Harbor Springs ad buy, with Pure Michigan also matching that contribution. Local visitor bureaus’ other outreach efforts typically don’t draw so much attention close to home. Diane Dakins, assistant director at the Petoskey Area Visitors Bureau, noted that tourism promotion dollars tend to be most productive when concentrated on non-local media markets. “Most of our efforts are instate,” Dakins said. “We are starting to do out-of-state and hoping to expand that market.” The Petoskey bureau continues to focus some efforts on direct mail and print media advertising, but is stepping up its digital reach, regularly using Facebook, Twitter and other popular social networking sites. “Basically if there’s a way to get our name out there, we do it, whether it’s working with a (pub-
lic relations) person or placing an ad or anything like that,” Dakins said. “We are trying to stay ahead of the curve.” The Petoskey bureau also has a television commercial in the works, but does not plan for any localized Pure Michigan spots like those that promote neighboring communities. “We have just decided to market our own name, Petoskey, our website (www.petoskeyarea.com), rather than sending people to (the Pure Michigan site at) michigan. org,” Dakins said. Bureau staff appreciate the Pure Michigan campaign’s efforts to draw attention to the state, she added, and the state’s tourism website contains information about Petoskey. But when it comes to media buys, “we’re cutting out the middleman.” The Petoskey bureau’s territory includes a significant share of Emmet County, as well as eastern Charlevoix County. Dakins said its advertising efforts Faculak tend to promote the area broadly as a vacation destination, rather than focusing on specific events. “Part of that is based on the scenic beauty,” she noted. “Part of it is based on what you can do here.” For the Charlevoix bureau, bringing guests to town on summer weekdays is a priority, and staff believe tour groups can help in accomplishing this. Some outreach efforts occur through a bus/ group tour magazine that reaches readers in the Midwest and parts of the East Coast and Canada. The bureau has teamed up with local attractions such as the Keweenaw Excursions tour boat service and Castle Farms. With the Canadian dollar strengthening relative to U.S. currency in recent years, Wilkin said the area may have additional appeal for visitors from Canada, and some marketing efforts have been directed toward that country as well.
now losing our children in these wars. They are wonderful people.” The second group, she said, are the soldiers who, like Mike, voluntarily serve. “Then there’s the kids who are volunteering,” said Toni. “They know what they’re getting into.”
Room surcharges collected by member lodging providers serve as the major funding source for the Petoskey and Charlevoix bureaus. These currently are based on a 2 percent share of each lodging unit rental. For many years, state law capped the surcharges collected by smaller visitor bureaus at that rate, but the law recently changed to allow for surcharges up to 5 percent. Wilkin noted that the Charlevoix bureau is exploring a rate increase. Dakins said there’s been some discussion of the idea at the Petoskey bureau as well, but that more direction from members will be needed to move ahead. Any rate hike proposals that come forward would need to be approved by a vote of member lodging establishments. Votes would be weighted based on each member’s number of lodging units. Local chambers of commerce often make tourism promotion efforts as well. In East Jordan — which has no visitors’ bureau — chamber of commerce president Mary Faculak said her organization cooperates with local governments and other supporters in the “Ride the Breezeway” campaign. It uses tools such as a website, www.ridethebreezeway.com, to promote attractions along county road C-48 between Boyne Falls and Atwood. The chamber also produces a visitors’ guide for distribution at state and regional tourist information centers, and circulates press releases in hope of drawing publicity. The East Jordan chamber also promotes nature and recurring events — such as the Freedom Festival and Sno-Blast — as potential tourist draws. Chambers in Petoskey, Boyne City and Harbor Springs also use local events as a key part of their effort to cement a reputation with out-of-town visitors.
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CEREMONY FROM A1
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Petoskey fifth-graders enjoy a game of jacks at the Emmet County Fairgrounds, Thursday, during Colonial Days. From left are: Kenzie Haas and Makayla Soukkala of Ottawa school, with Sean Keller, of Central school.
last year, with Petoskey High School’s Class of 1949 helping raise funds for the project. Monday’s program also will include the introduction of a plaque memorializing U.S. Navy Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator (SEAL) Heath Robinson in the park. Robinson, a 1995 Petoskey High School graduate, died in August 2011 along with 38 others when his helicopter was hit by a rocket propelled grenade in Afghanistan. He was 34 years old at that time, and is survived by a wife, daughter, two parents, two brothers and numerous other family members. Family of Robinson ar-
ranged for the black granite plaque in his memory to be installed near other memorials in the park. Monday’s observance in the park also will include music and speakers, and will be followed by a luncheon for veterans at the American Legion hall on Bay Street. Prior to Monday’s parade, local veterans’ groups will visit other local memorial sites to commemorate fallen military members, starting at 9 a.m. at Greenwood Cemetery and then moving to the World War I memorial at Mineral Well Park. For more infor mation about Monday’s observance, call Pat Kline at (989) 280-3009.
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Womenâ€™s center receives Handbags of Hope donation The Womenâ€™s Resource Center of Northern Michigan received dozens of fully stocked purses from Handbags of Hope, a project created in southeast Michigan. The donation coincided with Motherâ€™s Day and will benefit survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault at the centerâ€™s Safe Home and in the counseling program. Handbags of Hope organizers make purse deliveries twice a year to domestic abuse programs and womenâ€™s shelters throughout Michigan. The local womenâ€™s center has been a regular stop on the biannual donation circuit. This particular statewide delivery included more than 1,000 purses filled with everyday essentials and comfort items such as a wallet, toothbrush, hairbrush, moisturizer, nail file and deodorant. The purses are helpful to survivors, especially those who have been in highly controlled relationships and may not have owned a purse, as well as for those who arrive at the Safe Home in haste without having
had the opportunity to bring personal possessions. â€œItâ€™s fun to put the purses together and I really like to make the deliveries, myself,â€? said Jackie Bobcean who started Handbags of Hope several years ago with childhood friend Lisa Devergilio. Because they now collect, fill and deliver more than 3,000 handbags a year, the two women depend heavily on volunteers and the generosity of donors. Last year, the Womenâ€™s Resource Centerâ€™s Safe Home provided refuge to 135 survivors of domestic abuse and their children. The agency also provided support, counseling and advocacy to an additional 529 domestic abuse survivors and 312 sexual assault survivors. The purses donated by Handbags of Hope help provide these survivors with a little bit of hope as they work to rebuild their lives. For information on Womenâ€™s Resource Center programs and services, call (231) 347-0067 or visit wrcnm.org.
The Womenâ€™s Resource Center of Northern Michigan receives a large donation of fully stocked purses from the southern Michigan nonprofit Handbags of Hope to benefit survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault. Accepting the donation are Womenâ€™s Resource Center staff Danielle Ross, Leslie Turovaara, Lisa Devergilio and Jackie Bobcean of Handbags of Hope, Sue Bissell and Gail Kloss.
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Hansen’s no-no leads sweep CADILLAC — Make that nine straight, and a career first for junior pitcher Annie Hansen. Hansen tossed a no-hitter in the nightcap as the Petoskey High School softball team swept Cadillac, 6-5, 1-0, in a Big North Conference doubleheader Thursday. The Northmen ran their win streak to nine g ames in improving to 20-12 Hansen overall, 7-3 league. Petoskey can clinch second place in the Big North Conference with a sweep at Traverse City Central on Tuesday, May 29. Alpena has wrapped up the league title, finishing 12-0. “Credit Alpena, they’ve run the table and they’ve had a great year,” Petoskey coach Dave Serafini said. “Our goal was to win the Big North Conference title, we’ve fallen short of that goal, but we’d like to clinch second place and then go from there.” Hansen struck out eight, did not issue a walk, and faced just two batters over the minimum in throwing her first career no-hitter in game two on Thursday. She threw just 75 pitches, 58 of which were strikes. See SOFTBALL on PAGE B3
Northmen rally, take two from Cadillac
CADILLAC — Petoskey overcame a 7-2 deficit with seven runs in its final two at-bats in the opener, then got a two-hitter from Dillon Kelley in the nightcap Thursday in sweeping Cadillac, 9-7, 10-0, in a Big North Conference baseball doubleheader. The wins lifted the Northmen to 20-8 overall, 7-3 Big North. The Northmen go to the Saginaw Valley State University Invitational on Saturday, May 26, then close the regular season with a league doubleheader at Traverse City Central on Tuesday, May 29. The Trojans, who are 10-0 in the league, have clinched the Big North title. The Northmen scored twice in the sixth inning of the opener to cut their deficit to 7-4, then plated five runs in the seventh to claim the come-from-behind victory. Petoskey got its two runs in the sixth when Jordon Smith was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded, forcing in a run. Nick Strobel followed with an RBI single. In the seventh, the Northmen used an error, a walk and a Kelley single to load the bases, then Mitch Smielewski was hit by a pitch to force in a run.
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Lisa Dinon (15) and Hayley Fettig (right) converge to congratulate Morgan Jons after Jones scored to give
Petoskey a 1-0 lead Thursday during a 3-2 win over Traverse City Central at the Click Road Soccer Complex.
Northmen down Central, win fourth straight Big North title Revenge is a dish best served cold. That was the only thing chilly about Thursday afternoon at the Click Road Soccer Complex. On a steamy hot day with a torrid southerly wind, Petoskey got its revenge. And another Big North Conference title. Lisa Dinon scored on a shot from 15 yards out in the second half, and that goal stood up as the game-winner as the Petoskey High School girls soccer team downed Traverse City Central, 3-2, to claim its fourth consecutive league championship.
“The girls should take a lot of pride in winning the Big North for the fourth consecutive year. Each year it gets exponentially tougher to achieve that goal as every team gives us their best shot.” Zach Jonker Petoskey coach The victory — and the title — were gratifying on numerous fronts for the Northmen and coach Zach Jonker. First, the revenge: The Trojans defeated the Northmen,
4-0, on May 1, ending Petoskey’s 35-match Big North unbeaten streak. Second, the journey: That loss See NORTHMEN on PAGE B2
Tigers put Jackson on DL CLEVELAND — Detroit placed center fielder and leadoff hitter Austin Jackson on the 15-day disabled list with an abdominal strain. The move is retroactive to May 17. Batting .331 and setting the table for Detroit’s power hitters, Jackson has been out since he got hurt on a swing May 16. While the Tigers travel to Minnesota on Friday, Jackson will return to Detroit for tests. Infielder Ryan Raburn will return from the bereavement list and take Jackson’s roster spot. Detroit optioned right-hander Luke Putkonen to Triple-A Toledo to make room for righthander Luis Marte, who had been on the DL with a hamstring strain.
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CROWN ’EM Charlevoix’s Megan Peters (right) celebrates at the end of the second overtime which clinched the Lake Michigan Conference title for the Rayders Thursday at Ottawa Stadium in Harbor Springs. The Rayders defeated the Rams, 3-2, in a shootout. See page B3.
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FORT WORTH, Texas — Zach Johnson shot a bogey-free 6-under 64 on Thursday to take a onestroke lead after the first round of the Colonial. Johnson, the 2007 Masters champion, is winless since his victory in the 2010 Colonial, when he finished at a tournament-record 21-under 259. Michigan native Tom Gillis was among a group one shot back.
Englishman leads Senior PGA BENTON HARBOR — Roger Chapman shot a 3-under 68 to take the first-round lead in the Senior PGA Championship at difficult Harbor Shores. The Englishman is playing only his second tournament of the year after tying for 16th this month in the European Senior Tour’s Mallorca Open. John Cook was a stroke back in the major championship, and Steve Pate, J.L. Lewis, Jeff Sluman, Jay Haas, David Frost and Jim Carter followed at 70. Bernhard Langer and Mark Calcavecchia shot 73.
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Members of the Petoskey High School girls soccer team gather Thursday after a 3-2 victory over Traverse City Central at the Click Road Soccer Complex. The victory gave the Northmen their fourth consecutive Big North Conference championship. Team members are (from left) Brittany Murray, Ricki Coston, Whitney Warner, Illena Yankoviak, Morgan Jons, Kelsey
Ance, Mikayla Nayback, Alyssa VanWerden, Zola Murray, Quinn Faylor, Emily Eberhart, Mackenzie Kelbel, Lisa Dinon, Anna Godzik, Maire Carmody, Laurel Young, Hayley Fettig, Gabbi Vandenbrink, Keena Kamalli, Danielle Paquette, Jill Antonishen, Liz Fraser, statistician George Lambeth.
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ABOVE: Petoskey senior Maire Carmody (right) winds up for a shot Thursday in a 3-2 win over T.C. Central at the Click Road Soccer Complex. BELOW: Petoskey’s Hayley Fettig cuts toward the goal during Thursday’s victory.
came in a stretch of the season during which the Northmen suffered a rash of injuries, and a 2-0 loss nine days later at T.C. West bumped Petoskey — temporarily as it turned out — from its accustomed perch atop the league standings. Third, the perseverance: The win over Central was Petoskey’s fourth straight in the conference, a streak which lifted the Northmen past an upstart Gaylord team and back to the top spot. “The girls should take a lot of pride in winning the Big North for the fourth consecutive year,” said Jonker, whose team is 36-2-4 in conference games over that four-year span. “Each year it gets exponentially tougher to achieve that goal as every team gives us their best shot. “Our depth was really the story this season considering how many injuries we had. All the credit goes to the hard work the girls put in year-round and the Petoskey Youth Soccer Association. The team consists entirely of upperclassmen who have been a part of the PYSA since they were 9 years old. Their coaches were parent volunteers throughout most of that time and they did an outstanding job of nurturing these two classes. For Northern Michigan, it is a really successful model.” The Northmen took advantage of the strong wind in the first half, putting the Trojans under relentless pressure. Petoskey broke through 20 minutes in when Liz Fraser bent a perfect cross behind a Central defender for Morgan Jons. Jons ran into the ball and knocked it past the keeper for a 1-0 lead. Gabbi Vandenbrink extended Petoskey’s lead when she scored directly off a corner kick to the back post. “Gabbi is able to generate a ton of power and swerve on her in-swinging corners with her right foot,” Jonker said. “The keeper was helpless.” Northmen keeper Kelsey Ance was called upon to make just one save in the
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first half. But in the second, the teams changed ends, and Central had the wind. “Central was able to put us under much more pressure after they put the wind at their backs,” Jonker said. “They tactically played very direct and forced our defenders to back track and Ance to deal with countless errant through balls.” The Trojans broke through 15 minutes into the half, but Dinon quickly answered, scoring on a “perfectly placed first-time strike from 15 yards,” Jonker said. Dinon’s goal made it 3-1. Central scored to draw within a goal with 10 minutes to play, but the Northmen maintained their lead to secure the win. “It made for an interesting finish, but we really saw the game out well by not getting caught in possession and dumping balls behind their backline,” Jonker said. Vandenbrink assisted on Dinon’s goal, and finished as the Big North scoring champ with 18 points — 12 goals, six assists despite missing three league games with a ham-
string injury. “Central doubled-teamed her the entire game and not only was she able to shake loose a few times and create chances for us, but she opened up space and opportunities for other players by attracting so much attention,” Jonker said. Jonker lauded the defensive play Alyssa VanWerden and Quinn Faylor, both of
whom played the entire 80 minutes. “Maire Carmody, Mackenzie Kelbel and Hayley Fettig did well in dealing with Central’s quick forwards on the outside,” Jonker said. “That group, and Ance, were put under intense pressure in the second half as a result of the wind and Central pushing numbers forward, and they all really came through.”
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Schedules for district baseball, softball and girls soccer tournaments involving area schools. Start times for baseball and softball tournament games are approximate after the opening game at each respective site.
BASEBALL Division II At Sault Ste. Marie Saturday, June 2 Sault Ste. Marie vs. Petoskey, 10 a.m. Cheboygan vs. Escanaba, noon Championship, 2 p.m. Winner advances to regional at West Branch Ogemaw Hts.
Division III At East Jordan Tuesday, May 29 Boyne City vs. East Jordan, 5 p.m. Saturday, June 2 Boyne-East Jordan winner vs. Harbor Springs, 10 a.m. Charlevoix vs. Mancelona, noon Championship, 2 p.m. Winner advances to regional at Charlevoix
Division IV At Rogers City Tuesday, May 29 Inland Lakes vs. Rogers City, 4:30 p.m. Saturday, June 2 Harbor Light vs. Inland Lakes-Rogers City winner, 10 a.m. Onaway vs. Alanson, noon Championship, 2 p.m. Winner advances to regional at Sault Ste Marie
At Rudyard Saturday, June 2 Brimley vs. Pellston, 11 a.m. Rudyard vs. Mackinaw City, 1 p.m. Championship, 3 p.m. Winner advances to regional at Sault Ste Marie
At Gaylord St. Mary Tuesday, May 29 Atlanta vs. Posen, 3:30 p.m. Wolverine vs. Hillman, 5:30 p.m. Saturday, June 2 Johannesburg-Lewiston vs. Atlanta-Posen winner, 10 a.m. Gaylord St. Mary vs. Wolverine-Hillman winner, noon Championship, 2 p.m. Winner advances to regional at Sault Ste Marie
At Ellsworth Saturday, June 2 Bellaire vs. Central Lake, 10 a.m. Boyne Falls vs. Ellsworth, noon Championship, 2 p.m. Winner advances to regional at Frankfort
SOFTBALL Division II At Sault Ste. Marie Saturday, June 2 Sault Ste. Marie vs. Cheboygan, 10 a.m. Petoskey vs. Escanaba, noon Championship, 2 p.m. Winner advances to regional at West Branch Ogemaw Heights.
Division III At East Jordan Tuesday, May 29 East Jordan vs. Boyne City, 5 p.m. Saturday, June 2 Charlevoix vs. Mancelona, 10 am. Harbor Springs vs. East Jordan-Boyne winner, noon. Championship, 2 p.m. Winner advances to regional at Charlevoix
Division IV At Gaylord St. Mary Tuesday, May 29 Wolverine vs. Hillman, 3:30 p.m. Posen vs. Atlanta, 5:30 p.m. Saturday, June 2 Gaylord St. Mary vs. Wolverine-Hillman winner, 10 a.m. Johannesburg-Lewiston vs. Posen-Atlanta winner, noon Championship, 2 p.m. Winner advances to regional at Sault Ste Marie
At Rogers City Tuesday, May 29 Rogers City vs. Inland Lakes, 4:30 p.m. Saturday, June 2 Alanson vs. Onaway, 10 a.m. Harbor Light vs. Rogers City-Inland Lakes winner, noon Championship, 2 p.m. Winner advances to regional at Sault Ste Marie
At Rudyard Tuesday, May 29 Rudyard vs. St. Ignace, 3 p.m. Kinross Maplewood Baptist vs. Brimley, 5 p.m. Saturday, June 2 Pellston vs. Rudyard-St. Ignace winner, 11 a.m. Maplewood Baptist-Brimley winner vs. Mackinaw City, 1 p.m. Championship, 3 p.m. Winner advances to regional at Sault Ste Marie
At Ellsworth Tuesday, May 29 Boyne Falls vs. Alba, 4:30 p.m. Saturday, June 2 Central Lake vs. Boyne Falls-Alba winner, 10 a.m. Ellsworth vs. Bellaire, noon Championship, 2 p.m. Winner advances to regional at Frankfort
SOCCER Division II Tuesday, May 29 (all games 5 p.m.) Cadillac at Petoskey Gaylord at West Branch Ogemaw Hts. Bay City Western at Saginaw Arthur Hill Mount Pleasant at Bay City John Glenn Thursday, May 31 Ogemaw Hts.-Gaylord winner at PetoskeyCadillac winner, time TBA Mount Pleasant-John Glenn winner at Arthur Hill-Western winner, time TBA Saturday, June 2 Championship game, site and time TBA Winner advances to regional at Cedar Springs
Division IV All games at Ottawa Stadium, Harbor Springs Tuesday, May 29 Burt Lake NMCA vs. Oscoda, 3 p.m. East Jordan vs. Boyne City, 5 p.m. Elk Rapids vs. Harbor Springs, 7 p.m. Thursday, May 31 Boyne-East Jordan winner vs. Elk RapidsHarbor winner, 5 p.m. Charlevoix vs. NMCA-Oscoda winner, 7 p.m. Friday, June 1 Championship game, 6 p.m. Winner advances to regional at Elk Rapids
Charlevoix sophomore Kaitlin Hinkley (left) and Harbor Springs junior Meg Shepherd chase after the ball Thursday
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HARBOR SPRINGS — As expected, extra time was needed to decide it. Almost as expected, it came down to a shootout. After clinching the Lake Michigan Conference title simply by reaching the shootout, the Charlevoix High School girls soccer team went on to defeat Harbor Springs, 3-2, in a match that decided the Lake Michigan Conference championship Thursday at Ottawa Stadium. Anna Way, Savannah Joseph and Leah Davis scored in the shootout, with Davis’ tally standing up as the game-winner as the Rayders claimed their first league championship since 2008. Charlevoix closes the re g u l a r s e a s o n 1 4 - 6 - 2 overall, 11-1 league, and finishes with 33 points in conference play. Harbor is 14-4-0, 9-3, and finishes with 29 points. Under the Lake Michigan standings format, a winning team is awarded three points. A team that loses in a shootout, gets one point. “The girls all knew that if we went into a shootout it didn’t matter, because we’d be the conference c h a m p s, ” C h a rl evo i x coach Carol Madison said. “But heading into overtime, there was still 20 minutes left to play and we had to stay positive, play focused and play every ball, and not think about anything but one ball at a time. “I thought we talked so much better and supported each other better in the overtime periods. I was really pleased to see them communicate really well in the overtime.” The Rayders — who also defeated the Rams, 4-2, on April 30 in Charlevoix — opened the scoring just 21 seconds into the game as sophomore Katie Kitely volleyed in a shot attempt from in close off the foot of Hannah Herboldsheimer. “It was nice to get that goal because when you come in and score one that quickly, it makes the other team take notice and it also really fired up our own team,” Madison said. “We thought right away, we really could do this.” Harbor tied it 10 minutes later as junior Rhi Cullip outraced a Rayder defender along the right side and sent a cross to freshman Tia Esposito,
Harbor’s Andrea Cronk (left) and Charlevoix’s Sydney Carlson battle for the ball during Thursday’s match. who beat Rayder goalkeeper Bailee Stevens. Charlevoix then took a 2-1 lead 15 minutes into the second half as Megan Peters scored of an Anna Way corner kick. T he Rams a g ain responded with the speedy Cullip taking a through ball from Stephanie Sylvain to score on a breakaway to knot it at 2-all. “Harbor is a good team and they have a lot of speed with Rhi Cullip and Tia Esposito,” Madison said. “We need to work more on our finishing because come (district) tournament time, against good teams like Harbor, you don’t get many opportunities and we have to finish them.” The teams remained tied after two 10-minute overtime periods, sending the match to the shootout. Charlevoix found the back of the net on three of its shots in the shootout, while Harbor scored twice. Meg Shepherd and Cullip scored for the Rams. “We didn’t play with a lot of heart and we didn’t play the way we normally play, but that’s just the way it is,” Harbor coach Ed Fantozzi said. “We didn’t necessarily do our best, we were disjointed and you could see it. It wasn’t the pressure they put on us, we just made some bad decisions we nor mally don’t make, and we didn’t move the ball like we normally do.” Madison lauded the efforts of Stevens in goal,
who just returned from injury, as well as her defensive line, which includes Carolena Elowsky. “I thought once again our defense was so solid,” Madison said. “Winning in penalty kicks really was just more confidence for us going into next week.” The Rams open Division IV district tournament play 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 29, at Ottawa Stadium against Elk Rapids, which f i n i s h e d t h i rd i n t h e league behind the Rayders and Rams. Charlevoix drew a firstround bye in the district, and will play either Burt Lake Northern Michigan Christian Academy or Oscoda in a district semifinal on Thursday, May 31. If Harbor beats Elk Rapids, it would then play either East Jordan or Boyne City in a district semifinal the same night. The district final is 6 p.m. Friday, June 1. All district games are at Ottawa Stadium.
Grayling 2, Boyne City 1 BOYNE CITY — Sophia Buxade scored her first goal of the season in the second half for Boyne Thursday as the Ramblers dropped a Lake Michigan Conference match. Mallary Karaszewski assisted on the goal. Ali Cain made 12 saves in goal for the ramblers, who are 3-14 overall, 3-9 league. Boyne coach Nick Baic lauded the play of Dani Matthew.
Both Cadillac baserunners — one in the second inning, the other in the seventh — reached on errors. Between those two hitters, Hansen set down 17 Vikings in a row. “Annie lately has gotten stronger in the second game,” Serafini said. “She was hitting her spots and she and (catcher) Erin Rautio did a good job of calling a good game. It was a good win. Anytime you can go to Cadillac and get a sweep, you have to feel good about it.” The Northmen scored the lone run in the fourth inning as Tori Thompson doubled, Kristen Espinoza singled, and Thompson scored on an Ellen Loper single. Loper and Thompson finished with two hits apiece. Hansen struck out four, walked two and allowed 10 hits for the win in game one. Jenna Proctor finished with three hits to lead Petoskey at the plate, while Espinoza had two hits including a double and four RBI, Loper had two hits, Thompson and Caitlin Strobel each had RBI singles, and Katie Kidd singled. “Ellen Loper had two great games and she’s been swinging the bat very well,” Serafini said. Espinoza’s two-run single highlighted a three-run Northmen first inning, and Espinoza smacked a two-run double in the seventh that proved to be the difference in the game.
Mancelona 13-13, Ellsworth 7-1 ELLSWORTH — Dakota Derrer blasted a three-run homer as Mancelona swept the Lancers in a non-league doubleheader. Derrer’s blast came came in the seventh inning of game one, breaking a 7-7 tie. It was her second round-tripper of the game. Ashley Drenth struck out five and walked one in taking the loss. Tara Essenberg, Whitney Heard, Jordyn Higbee and Emily Veenstra had two hits apiece for the Lancer, while Drenth, Kendra War ner, Elizabeth Sowers and Crissa Karavas added one hit each. Higbee, Kari Steenwyk and Maddie Steenwyk each had a hit for Ellsworth in g ame two. Karavas and Drenth shared the pitching duties. Ellsworth is 8-11.
Prep schedule Friday, May 25 Baseball/Softball Harbor Springs at Elk Rapids, 4:30 p.m. Hillman at Boyne City, 4:30 p.m. Rudyard at Alanson, 4 p.m. Soccer Harbor Springs at Cheboygan, 6 p.m. Tennis Boyne City at T.C. Christian, 4:30 p.m. Saturday, May 26 Baseball Petoskey at Saginaw Valley Inv., 10 a.m.
Boyne City 9-1, Pellston 2-9
P E L L S T O N — S h e l by Hughey had three hits and drove in three runs in the nightcap as Pellston salvaged a non-league doubleheader split with Boyne on Thursday. Tori Rybinski singled and doubled, and Breah Carter and Sam McNitt added two hits apiece for Pellston in game two, while Kali Fyke, Kelly Lewis, Tori Kirsch and Hailey Cameron each singled. Megan Milbrandt struck out one for the win. Rainy McCune, Tanner McCune, Katelyn Banner, Jordan Weiss, Brittany VanAtta and Brooke Fouchia each singled for Boyne. Tanner McCune struck out two and walked one in taking the loss. Tanner McCune had three hits and was the winning pitcher in the opener. She struck out six. Rainy McCune had three hits including a homer for the Ramblers, Paige Hornbeck and Weiss had two hits each, and Banner, Ketrin Hocquard and Tess Seelye each singled. Milbrandt had two hits, while Fyke, Carter, McNitt, Rybinski and Tequara Kiley each singled for the Hornets. Fyke struck out two in taking the loss in the opener.
St. Ignace 11-8, Mackinaw City 2-5
ST. IGNACE — The Saints swept a non-league doubleheader from the Comets on Thursday. Hailee Paquet and Alex Clemens each doubled for the Comets in game one, while Katrina Kendall had an RBI single, and Cassie Lalonde singled. Brooke Yoder had three hits for Mackinaw in game two, while Blaine Yoder added two hits, and Paquet, Tierney Bell, Sam Bell and Charlevoix 4-9, Megan Watchorn each sinCentral Lake 1-2 CENTRAL LAKE — Pinch- gled. Blaine Yoder and Wahitter Kaitlin Louiska drove tchorn each had an RBI. in the go-ahead run in the top of the seventh inning to JV SOFTBALL lift the Rayders to the game- Petoskey 2-7, Cadillac 0-7 one victory on Thursday. Brianna Marshall struck Winning pitcher Kristen out five, walked one and alMielke struck out 12, walked lowed six hits for the win in one and allowed four hits. game one Thursday Chelsie Hoffman had two Brooke Hebert and Olivia hits, and Jennifer Archey Friedli each singled for the and Anna Moon had one Northmen, and Marshall each for the Rayders. had an RBI on a sacrifice fly. Hannah Hybl struck out Game two ended in a 7-7 tie nine, walked four and al- after eight innings. lowed three hits for the win Marshall struck out six, in game two. walked six and surrendered Hybl had three hits to lead nine hits for Petoskey. Charlevoix at the plate, while Hannah Brilinski had two Archey and Moon had two hits to lead Petoskey at the apiece, and Hoffman, Paige plate, Amanda Stinger sinMontgomery and Kelsey Pis- gle, and Chaise Taylor drove chner had one each. in a run. Charlevoix is 13-13. Petoskey is 10-11-1.
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TV schedule FRIDAY AUTO RACING 11 a.m. NBCSN — IRL Indianapolis 500 Carb Day Noon NBCSN — IRL Indy Lights Freedom 100 8 p.m. SPEED — World of Outlaws BASEBALL 7 p.m. MLB — Tampa Bay at Boston or Colorado at Cincinnati 8 p.m. FSD — Detroit at Minnesota BOXING 9 p.m. ESPN2 — Lightweights, Ji-Hoon Kim (23-7-0) vs. Alisher Rahimov (23-0-0) COLLEGE BASEBALL Noon BIG TEN — Big Ten Tournament, teams TBD 3:30 p.m. BIG TEN — Big Ten Tournament, teams TBD 7 p.m. BIG TEN — Big Ten Tournament semifinal, teams TBD COLLEGE SOFTBALL 7 p.m. ESPN — NCAA tournament, Michigan vs. Alabama 9 p.m. ESPN — NCAA tournament, Oregon vs. Texas GOLF 9 a.m. GOLF — European PGA Tour BMW PGA Champ. Noon GOLF — Senior PGA Championship 3 p.m. GOLF — PGA Tour Crowne Plaza Invitational NHL 8 p.m. NBCSN — Playoffs, N.Y. Rangers at New Jersey SATURDAY AUTO RACING 8 a.m. SPEED — F1 Monaco Grand Prix qualifying 10 a.m. SPEED — NASCAR Sprint Cup Coca-Cola 600 practice 11 a.m. ESPN2 — NASCAR Nationwide Series History 300 pole qualifying 1 p.m. SPEED — NASCAR Sprint Cup “Happy Hour Series” Coca-Cola 600 final practice 2:45 p.m. ABC — NASCAR Nationwide Series History 300 8 p.m. ESPN2 — Global Rallycross Championship BASEBALL 2 p.m. FSD/MLB — Detroit at Minnesota 4 p.m. WGN — Cleveland at Chicago White Sox 7 p.m. FOX — Philadelphia at St. Louis, Tampa Bay at Boston, Chicago Cubs at Pittsburgh, Colorado at Cincinnati, or L.A. Angels at Seattle 10 p.m. MLB — Houston at L.A. Dodgers or Milwaukee at Arizona COLLEGE BASEBALL 3:30 p.m. BIG TEN — Big Ten Trn. semifinal, teams TBD 7 p.m. BIG TEN — Big Ten Tournament championship, teams TBD COLLEGE SOFTBALL Noon ESPN — NCAA tournament, teams TBD 2:30 p.m. ESPN — NCAA tournament, teams TBD 5 p.m. ESPN — NCAA tournament, teams TBD 7:30 p.m. ESPN — NCAA tournament, teams TBD 10 p.m. ESPN2 — NCAA tournament, teams TBD GOLF 9 a.m. GOLF — European PGA Tour BMW PGA Champ. 3 p.m. CBS — PGA Tour Crowne Plaza Invitational 3 p.m. NBC — Senior PGA Championship MEN'S COLLEGE LACROSSE 2:30 p.m. ESPN2 — NCAA Division I playoffs 5 p.m. ESPN2 — NCAA Division I playoffs NBA Time TBA ABC or TNT — Playoffs, Philadelphia at Boston Time TBA ABC or TNT — Playoffs, Indiana at Miami (if necessary) SOCCER 2:30 p.m. NBCSN — MLS, Los Angeles at Houston 8 p.m. NBCSN — Men's national teams, exhibition, United States vs. Scotland TENNIS 5 a.m. ESPN2 — French Open SUNDAY AUTO RACING 7:30 a.m. SPEED — F1 Monaco Grand Prix Noon ABC — IRL Indianapolis 500 5:30 p.m. FOX — NASCAR Sprint Cup Coca-Cola 600 1 a.m. SPEED — FIA World Rally (tape) BASEBALL 1:30 p.m. TBS — Tampa Bay at Boston 1:30 p.m. WGN — Chicago Cubs at Pittsburgh 2 p.m. FSD — Detroit at Minnesota 8 p.m. ESPN — Washington at Atlanta COLLEGE BASEBALL Noon ESPN2 — ACC tournament championship 3:30 p.m. ESPN2 — SEC tournament championship COLLEGE SOFTBALL 1 p.m. ESPN — NCAA tournament, Tennessee vs. Georgia 3:30 p.m. ESPN — NCAA tournament, teams TBD 7 p.m. ESPN2 — NCAA tournament, Cal vs. Washington 9:30 p.m. ESPN2 — NCAA tournament, teams TBD GOLF 9 a.m. TGC — European PGA Tour BMW PGA Champ. 3 p.m. CBS — PGA Tour Crowne Plaza Invitational 3 p.m. NBC — Champions Tour Senior PGA Championship MOTORSPORTS 6:30 p.m. SPEED — AMA Pro Racing (tape) NBA 8:30 p.m. TNT — Playoffs, Oklahoma City at San Antonio NHL 8 p.m. NBCSN — Playoffs, New Jersey at N.Y. Rangers (if necessary) SOCCER 4:30 p.m. NBCSN — MLS, San Jose at Kansas City TENNIS Noon NBC — French Open 5 a.m. ESPN2 — French Open WATER POLO 3 p.m. NBCSN — Olympic Trials
Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pct GB Baltimore 28 17 .622 — Tampa Bay 27 18 .600 1 Toronto 24 21 .533 4 New York 23 21 .523 4½ Boston 22 22 .500 5½ Central Division W L Pct GB Cleveland 26 18 .591 — Chicago 23 22 .511 3½ Detroit 20 24 .455 6 Kansas City 17 26 .395 8½ Minnesota 15 29 .341 11 West Division W L Pct GB Texas 27 18 .600 — Oakland 22 23 .489 5 Los Angeles 21 25 .457 6½ Seattle 21 26 .447 7 Thursday's Games Cleveland 2, Detroit 1 Chicago White Sox 11, Minnesota 8 L.A. Angels 3, Seattle 0 Friday's Games Detroit (Smyly 1-1) at Minnesota (Swarzak 0-3), 8:10 p.m. Kansas City (B.Chen 3-4) at Baltimore (Hammel 5-1), 7:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Cobb 1-0) at Boston (Lester 3-3), 7:10 p.m. Toronto (Morrow 5-2) at Texas (D.Holland 3-3), 8:05 p.m. Cleveland (J.Gomez 3-2) at Chicago White Sox (Quintana 0-0), 8:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Nova 4-2) at Oakland (T.Ross 2-4), 10:05 p.m. L.A. Angels (E.Santana 2-6) at Seattle (Beavan 2-4), 10:10 p.m. Saturday's Games Detroit (Scherzer 3-3) at Minnesota (Pavano 2-3), 2:10 p.m. Toronto (H.Alvarez 3-4) at Texas (Lewis 4-3), 3:05 p.m. Kansas City (F.Paulino 2-1) at Baltimore (W.Chen 4-1), 4:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Sabathia 5-2) at Oakland (Colon 4-4), 4:05 p.m. Cleveland (D.Lowe 6-2) at Chicago White Sox (Peavy 5-1), 4:10 p.m. L.A. Angels (Williams 4-2) at Seattle (F.Hernandez 4-3), 7:15 p.m. Tampa Bay (Price 6-3) at Boston (Beckett 4-4), 7:15 p.m. Sunday's Games Kansas City at Baltimore, 1:35 p.m. Tampa Bay at Boston, 1:35 p.m. Cleveland at Chicago White Sox, 2:10 p.m. Detroit at Minnesota, 2:10 p.m. Toronto at Texas, 3:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. L.A. Angels at Seattle, 4:10 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pct GB Washington 26 18 .591 — Atlanta 26 20 .565 1 Miami 24 21 .533 2½ New York 24 21 .533 2½ Philadelphia 23 23 .500 4 Central Division W L Pct GB Cincinnati 25 19 .568 — St. Louis 25 20 .556 ½ Houston 21 23 .477 4 Pittsburgh 20 24 .455 5 Milwaukee 18 26 .409 7 Chicago 15 29 .341 10 West Division W L Pct GB Los Angeles 30 14 .682 — San Francisco 24 21 .533 6½ Arizona 20 25 .444 10½ Colorado 16 27 .372 13½ San Diego 17 29 .370 14 Thursday's Games Cincinnati 6, Atlanta 3 San Diego 11, N.Y. Mets 5 San Francisco 14, Miami 7 Philadelphia 10, St. Louis 9 Friday's Games Chicago Cubs (Dempster 0-2) at Pittsburgh (A.J.Burnett 2-2), 7:05 p.m. Colorado (Friedrich 1-1) at Cincinnati (Cueto 5-1), 7:10 p.m. San Diego (Bass 2-4) at N.Y. Mets (Gee 3-3), 7:10 p.m. San Francisco (Lincecum 2-4) at Miami (Jo. Johnson 2-3), 7:10 p.m. Washington (Detwiler 3-3) at Atlanta (T.Hudson 3-1), 7:35 p.m. Philadelphia (Cl.Lee 0-2) at St. Louis (Lohse 5-1), 8:15 p.m. Milwaukee (Gallardo 2-4) at Arizona (I.Kennedy 3-4), 9:40 p.m. Houston (Harrell 3-3) at L.A. Dodgers (Kershaw 4-1), 10:10 p.m. Saturday's Games San Diego (Richard 2-5) at N.Y. Mets (J.Santana 1-2), 1:10 p.m. Washington (Strasburg 4-1) at Atlanta (Minor 2-4), 4:05 p.m. San Francisco (Bumgarner 5-3) at Miami (Buehrle 4-4), 4:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Maholm 4-3) at Pittsburgh (Correia 1-5), 7:15 p.m. Colorado (Guthrie 2-2) at Cincinnati (Leake 1-5), 7:15 p.m. Philadelphia (K.Kendrick 0-4) at St. Louis (J.Garcia 3-2), 7:15 p.m. Houston (Norris 5-1) at L.A. Dodgers (Billingsley 2-3), 10:10 p.m. Milwaukee (Greinke 5-1) at Arizona (Miley 5-1), 10:10 p.m. Sunday's Games Colorado at Cincinnati, 1:10 p.m. San Diego at N.Y. Mets, 1:10 p.m. San Francisco at Miami, 1:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Pittsburgh, 1:35 p.m. Philadelphia at St. Louis, 2:15 p.m. Houston at L.A. Dodgers, 4:10 p.m. Milwaukee at Arizona, 4:10 p.m. Washington at Atlanta, 8:05 p.m.
Golf Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial Thursday At Colonial Country Club Fort Worth, Texas Purse: $6.4 million Yardage: 7,204; Par 70 (35-35) First Round Zach Johnson 34-30—64 -6 Harris English 33-32—65 -5 Tom Gillis 33-32—65 -5 Jason Dufner 31-34—65 -5 Kyle Reifers 32-33—65 -5 Chris DiMarco 31-35—66 -4 Tommy Gainey 34-32—66 -4 Sergio Garcia 34-32—66 -4 Andres Romero 34-32—66 -4 Ryan Moore 34-33—67 -3 Daniel Summerhays 33-34—67 -3 Roberto Castro 33-34—67 -3 Brendon de Jonge 33-34—67 -3 Brandt Jobe 33-34—67 -3 Charlie Wi 33-35—68 -2 Ken Duke 35-33—68 -2 Ryan Palmer 35-33—68 -2 Rickie Fowler 34-34—68 -2
BASEBALL FROM B1 Kenny Gray followed with a two-run double to tie the game, 7-7, and Smith brought in Smielewski with the go-ahead run with a suicide squeeze. “We did a few situational things and it shows what the boys are capable of when they execute,” Petoskey coach Shawn Racignol said. Gray earned the win in relief of starter David Waterson, and Smith set down the side in order in the bottom of the seventh for the save. Waterson allowed seven runs on eight hits, while walking four and striking out four over 4 2-3 innings. Gray, a sophomore lefthander, came on to get the final out in the fifth, and pitched the sixth. He allowed one hit and walked two. Smith struck out two. “We put (Waterson) out there on two days rest and he wasn’t as sharp as he usually is,” Racignol said. “(Gray) did a nice job coming in in the bottom of the fifth. He gave them a different look. He’s a nice complement to David coming from the other side with a lot of Gray movement. “Kenny did a great job for us tonight. He’s been getting better every time he sees the field.” Kelley finished with two hits, while Hunter Stinger singled. The Northmen took advantage of eight walks and five Cadillac errors. Kelley struck out four and did not walk a batter for the win in game two. The Northmen collected
nine hits, including a solo homer leading off the sixth inning by Joe Robbins. “The wind was blowing in off (Lake Mitchell) from right-center about 25 mph,” Racignol said. “Joe hit an absolute bomb into the wind. It was one of those you had to crane your Robbins neck to see it. It started out in left-center and it just stayed fair. He really crushed it.” Five batters later, Strobel singled to score Gray to extend Petoskey’s lead to 100, ending the game on the mercy rule. Strobel also doubled, while Robbins and Nate McGann finished with two hits apiece, Smielewski tripled, and Danny Clancy, Waterson and Pat Antonides each singled. The Northmen open Saturday’s tournament at Saginaw Valley against New Lothrop at 11 a.m. New Lothrop is ranked third in the Division IV state coaches poll. Saginaw Carollton and Montrose round out the tournament field.
Austin Gardner, Keegan LaBlance and Maceo Vroman each had a hit for the Ramblers. Chris Hass had three hits and drove in three runs to lead the Hornets, while Dale Stark and Ron Schlosser added two hits apiece, and Jake Friedenstab and Andy Hamlin each singled. Zak Kruskie struck out one and walked one over 1 1-3 innings in relief of Hunter Cameron in taking the loss. Cameron struck out 12 and walked eight over 5 2-3 innings. In game two, Hamlin had two hits and Friedenstab tripled to lead the Hornets. Kruskie, Hass, Kasubowski, Stark and Nick Nathan added a hit apiece. Kruskie drove in two runs, while Nathan and Hass had one RBI each. LaBlance had two hits for Boyne, while Cody Elzinga, Hausler, Roberts, Dalton Gardner and Waylon Henning had one each. Elzinga took the loss. It was the final regularseason date for Pellston, 2016. Boyne is 10-21-1.
Petoskey 19-14, Boyne City 8-2, Pellston 7-6 Cadillac 4-2 PELLSTON — Nick Kasubowski struck out six, walked one and allowed seven hits in the nightcap Thursday as Pellston ear ned a split of a nonleague doubleheader with the Ramblers. Boyne took the opener, scoring three times in the seventh inning with Cam Roberts delivering the big blow. Elliott Hausler struck out five and walked five for the win in game one.
Luke Schrage had five RBI and Cam Plath added four in the opener, leading Petoskey to a sweep of the Vikings on Thursday. Game-one winner Aiden Holliday struck out five and allowed six hits. Aaron Broman added a single for Petoskey. Jordan Swiss struck out six for the win in game two. Patrick Tuck had two RBI and Tyler Cain added an RBI single for the Northmen, 19-3.
Area sports LITTLE LEAGUE Petoskey Major Yanks 17, Tig ers 9: Yanks, Nate Emery, five strikeouts; Doug Daniel, Jake Larsen, three strikeouts each; Daniel, two singles, double; Larsen, two doubles; Parker Talbot, single, double; Emery, two hits; Keaton Walker, Andrew McNamara, Nathan Spadafore, single each. Tigers, Wyatt Adams, one strikeout; Merrick DeCastro, three strikeputs; Seth Izzard, four strikeouts; Kaden DeCastro, three strikeouts; Izzard, double; Ryan Bickel, two singles, double; Tristen Akins, Adams, single each. Cubs 2, Wheels 1: Cubs, Joel Wilson, four strikeouts; Seth Mann, Trevor Daniel, three strikeouts each; Wilson, Jordan Bur, Maxx Nichols, one hit each. Wheels, Bren Lyons, nine strikeouts; Lucas Muller, two strikeouts; Lyons, Co-
lin Standish, Muller, Kian Hartson, Brent Murray, Wiltse, one hit each. pitchers; Hartson, single.
Petoskey Minor Brackets 2, B.C. Pizza 0: Brackets, Caden Rice, Trent Bennett, pitchers; A n d r e w B o n d y, C a l e b Horvath, top hitters. B.C., Aiden Nick, Zach Dallos, pitchers; Ethan Rindfusz, Evan Rindfusz, top hitters. Brackets 7, All Seasons Maintenance 5: Brackets, Caleb Horvath, Gavin Wurtsmith, pitchers; Adam Martin, William Gagnon, top hitters. All Seasons, William Haley, Kolton Horn, pitchers; Jaxson Kehrer, Devon Booth, top hitters.
Junior Bay Street Orthopaedics 14, Harbor Fence 0: Bay Street, Jordan Conklin, 13 strikeouts; Travis Buchanan, double, triple; Gage Paul, two hits. Harbor Fence, Peter Fila, Nick
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Riptide 1, Ice 0: Ice, K e n n e d y Wo n n a c o t t , pitcher; Alexa Holmes, Mallory Haley, top hitters; Allie Banfield, defensive standout.
GOLF Springbrook Thursday
To p 1 0 t e a m s i n t h e Springbrook T hursday Men’s League: 1-Al Bachelor-Sean Torres, 50 points; 2-T.J. Reeves-Todd Reeves, 49.5; 3-Kevin Kleaver-Dave Burchett, 43; 4-(tie) Jim Skop-Mike Johnson and Dave Clark-James Stradling, 42; 6-Terry CoveyouDan Dryden, 38.5; 7-Gary Cook-Denny Lemieur, 37; 8-(tie) Bud Jackson-Gordon Sheperd and George Ketchman-Ben Peplinski, 36; 10-Andrew Maurer-Gary Jones, 34.
Area briefs CYCLING Harbor Springs Classic The Harbor Springs Cycling Classic is scheduled for 8 a.m. Saturday, June 2. Routes cover 20, 44 and 60 miles. Cost is $25 in advance, $30 on the day of the event. For more infor mation or to register, visit www. birchwoodinn.com/specialevents/hscyclingclassic or call (231) 526-2151.
BASKETBALL Petoskey boys camp The Petoskey Boys Basketball Camp is scheduled from Monday-Thursday, June 11-14, at the Petoskey High School gym. Campers in third-fifth grade (fall, 2012) will meet from 9-11 a.m.; campers in sixth-eighth grade will meet from noon-2 p.m. The camp combines drills, activities and games that stress fundamentals. All boys interested in basketball are encouraged to attend. All campers receive a T-shirt, Petoskey High School varsity players will officiate games and assist in drills. Awards go to the winners of free throw, oneon-one and hot shot competitions. Cost is $45. For more information, call Dennis Starkey, (231) 348-2185.
Petoskey girls camp The Petoskey Girls Basketball Camp is scheduled for June 11-15 at the Petoskey Central Elementary School Gym. Session I for girls enter-
ing third-fifth grade and is from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Cost is $50. Session II for girls entering sixth-ninth grade and is from noon-3 p.m. Cost is $60. The camp featurse instruction from Petoskey High School varsity players and coaches, competitive games, drills and daily prizes. Campers receive a Tshirt. Registration will be available at the door. For more information, call Adam Dobrowolski, (231) 3734015.
Summer School of Basketball Former Petoskey High School basketball standouts Cory Starkey and Joe Keedy will host the Summer School of Basketball June 18-Aug. 17 at the Petoskey High School gym. The camp meets Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays is for boys entering fourth-10th grade. Session I is for fourthsixth g raders and runs from 9-10:15 a.m. Session II is for seventh-eighth graders and runs from 10:3011:45 a.m. Session III is for ninth-10th graders from noon-1:15 p.m. Cost is $15 per session and all campers attending more than six sessions receive a T-shirt. Starkey is a sophomore at Bucknell University who played on a Patriot League championship team and was a first-team All-State selection at Petoskey High School. Keedy is a junior
at Swarthmore Colle ge where he has played in 50 collegiate games and was an honorable mention AllStater at Petoskey. For more information, call Cory Starkey, (231) 8380213, or e-mail cstark22@ hotmail.com.
GOLF Petoskey-Bay View clinic
Junior clinics at Petoskey-Bay View Country Club are scheduled for Fridays beginning June 15 and running through July 20. The clinics are for players age 6-16 and run from 8-9 a.m. on the driving range. Topics to be covered are rules, etiquette, course management, short game swing and full swing. Cost is $65. The season ends on Sunday, Aug. 5, with a play date and pizza party. For more infor mation or to register, call Kevin Wajert or Mike Kellogg, (231) 347-3394.
SOCCER Wilkinson camp
T he 6th Annual Harbor Springs Soccer Clive Wilkinson Camp is scheduled from June 11-15 at the Black Forest Soccer Fields in Harbor Springs. Campers in kindergarten-third grade will meet from 8:30-10 a.m., and those in fourth-eighth grade will meet from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Cost is $75. For more infor mation or to register, call Debbie Esposito, (231) 526-8751, or email desposito@hughes. net.
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HOROSCOPES For Monday, May 28 HAPPY BIRTHDAY! This year brings a spotlight, top hat, microphone and eager audience. Don’t worry; you’ll find the words. Money increases with your stature and leadership. Expenses will, too, so stay thrifty. Be selective, organized and care for your wellness. Love, partnerships and relationships grow into deeper wealth.
FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE
Aries (March 21-April 19) — Today is a 9 — It’s getting busy. Morning brilliance can lead to afternoon lethargy ... still, you get farther than expected. Toss the ball to your partner. Get in a nap later. Taurus (April 20-May 20) — Today is a 7 — Light some candles, and give in to romance. For the next two days, the timing is right for love. Others admire your good sense. Don’t launch a new endeavor yet. Expect surprise visitors.
FRANK & ERNEST
Gemini (May 21-June 21) — Today is a 6 — Make household decisions that you’ve been putting off. A homebody phase feels super refreshing. Clean up a mess and discover treasures. Find the solution you’d been looking for. Cancer (June 22-July 22) — Today is a 7 — Hit the books for a while. Be patient with a roommate. There’s more money coming in, but not everything that shines is gold. Don’t spend it too soon. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) — Today is a 9 — It’s all about chopping wood and carrying water. Stick to the basics and don’t deviate. Avoid the usual distractions. You’re a natural leader now. Leave your money in the bank.
PEARLS BEFORE SWINE
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Today is a 9 — Your week starts with a boost. A conflict helps you rise up to the occasion and make changes for the better. Keep up the good work.
Ignore pessimists. Why bother? Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) — Today is a 6 — Everything may look like an uphill battle now. The beauty lies in the knowledge you gain. Notice every step, and don’t look back. There’s no time for doubt. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) — Today is a 7 — Seek counseling from a friend for reassurance and for the resolution of relationship issues. Extra effort gets you extra bonus. Don’t overspend. Save for later. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) — Today is a 7 — Don’t try out a new idea just yet ... jot it down for future action. No loans. Stay in communication with someone you love. Get outside for relaxation. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — Today is an 8 — When in doubt today, take the road less traveled. If you fail to conquer your dream, at least you’ll have an exciting story. It’s not always about the result, but rather the process. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) — Today is a 7 — You’re busy as a bee. Don’t lose focus on your goals. Every little step helps move the action forward. Try not to get distracted so work doesn’t pile up. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) — Today is an 8 — Flexibility comes in handy today. Be prepared for a change of plans. Your friends help you understand. Find satisfaction in your career.
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RICK KIRKMAN & JERRY SCOTT
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Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Paul Simon's Graceland Journey: Under African Skies To Be Announced River Monsters "Mongolian Mauler" River Monsters "Untold Stories" R iver Monsters "Mongolian Mauler" (:10) "The Break Up"
('06) Tardy/Wedding Tardy/Wedding "The Break Up"
('06) Jennifer Aniston, Vince Vaughn. The Singing Bee Jennie Garth Melissa & Tye Jennie Garth Melissa & Tye The Singing Bee The Celebrity Apprentice "And the Winner Is" (SF) Porn: Business of Pleasure Mad Money Anderson Cooper 360 Piers Morgan Tonight Anderson Cooper 360 OutFront Tosh.O Tosh.O Tosh.O Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity Brendon Walsh Nick Vatterott Cops Cops Top 20 Most Shocking Top 20 Most Shocking World's Dumbest... World's Dumbest... Forensic Files Forensic Files King of Queens King of Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Nikita "Game Change" Supernatural "Meet the New Boss" Cops 'Til Death 'Til Death That '70s Show I (Almost) Got Away With It Deadliest Catch "Alien Abduction" Deadliest Catch: Social Reload Alaska: Ice Cold "Mountain Man" Deadliest Catch: Social Reload Phineas and Ferb Phineas & Ferb Phineas and Ferb Phineas and Ferb Jessie Jessie Jessie Jessie Austin and Ally Good Luck ... A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm Kitchen Crashers Yard Crashers Yard Crashers Disaster DIY Holmes on Homes "Stone Walled" Turf War Man Caves Man Caves Good, Better... Price it Out (5:30)Eastwood The Soup E! News Sex and the City Sex and the City Sex and the City Sex and the City Fashion Police Chelsea Lately E! News SportsCenter Softball Division I Tournament NCAA Live Softball Division I Tournament NCAA Live SportsCenter NFL 32 Live Interruption Basketball Studio Live NBA Studio Boxing Friday Night Fights Live MMA Live SportsNation (5:30) "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest"
('06) Johnny Depp. The 700 Club "Alice in Wonderland"
('10,Adv) Anne Hathaway, Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp. How I Lost 100 lbs Confront Addiction Facing Trauma "Mary/ Haley" My 600-lb Life "Ashley's Story" Embarassing Embarassing Facing Trauma "Mary/ Haley" Eat, Shrink Eat, Shrink Top Chef Canada "The Italian Feast" Diners, Drive-Ins Diners, Drive-Ins Gotta Eat Here Gotta Eat Here Diners, Drive-Ins Diners, Drive-Ins Top Chef Canada "The Italian Feast" Special Report With Bret Baier FOX Report The O'Reilly Factor Hannity On the Record The O'Reilly Factor Tigers Weekly State of the Pistons Pre-game Live Baseball Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins MLB Site: Target Field -- Minneapolis, Minn. Live P ost-game Live Tigers Live Two and Half The Ultimate Fighter Live UFC Primetime Movie "Avatar"
(2009,Fantasy) Sam Worthington, Giovanni Ribisi, Zoe Saldana. Newlywed Game Baggage $25,000 Pyramid $25,000 Pyramid $25,000 Pyramid $25,000 Pyramid $25,000 Pyramid $25,000 Pyramid $25,000 Pyramid $25,000 Pyramid Family Feud Family Feud Little House on the Prairie Little House on the Prairie Little House Prairie "Ma's Holiday" Little House Prairie "School Mom" Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters "Island Getaways" House Hunters Coast to Coast House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters Swamp People "Gates of Hell" Swamp People "Under Siege" Swamp People "Secret Weapons" Swamp People "Scorched" S wamp People "Voodoo Bayou" Swamp People America's Most Wanted America's Most Wanted America's Most Wanted America's Most Wanted America's Most Wanted America's Most Wanted PoliticsNation Hardball With Chris Matthews The Ed Show The Rachel Maddow Show Lockup "Raw: LOL...JK" Lockup "Raw: The Thin Line" Ridiculousness Ridiculousness America's Best Dance Crew punk'd punk'd punk'd Pauly D Project "What a Girl Wants"
('03) Colin Firth, Amanda Bynes.
The Link NHL Live! NICK Victorious Victorious SpongeBob SpongeBob OXY "Charlie's Angels"
('00) Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu, Drew Barrymore. NG
Wash. Week Need to Know Goat Rodeo Live Give Me the Banjo Think You Are "Rob Lowe" Grimm Dateline NBC Undercover Boss "NASCAR" CSI: NY "Air Apparent" Blue Bloods "Lonely Hearts Club" Shark Tank Primetime: What Would You Do? 20/20 Kitchen Nightmares "Spin-a-Yarn" Kitchen Nightmares "Charlie's" FOX 32 News TMZ "The Dirty Dozen"
(1967,War) Ernest Borgnine, John Cassavetes, Lee Marvin.
Goldfathers "Gold Bust"
NBCSN NBC Sports Talk
Repossessed! "Repos Down South" Repossessed! "Repo 101" Hockey Stanley Cup Playoffs NHL "To Be Announced" Kung Fu Panda SpongeBob That '70s Show That '70s Show "Troy"
(2004,Action) Orlando Bloom, Eric Bana, Brad Pitt.
Goldfathers "The Road to Riches" NHL Live! George Lopez George Lopez
Repossessed! "Repos Down South" NBC Sports Talk Fight Night 36 Friends Friends "Troy"
('04) Brad Pitt.
Cold Case "Read Between the Lines" Cold Case "Chinatown" Cold Case "Forensics" Cold Case "Iced" Flashpoint WWE Smackdown! Insane or Inspired? Hollywood Treasure Days of Our Lives General Hospital The Young and the Restless Days of Our Lives SPEED SPEED Test Drive Speed Center Pass Time Pass Time Auto Racing World of Outlaws -- Charlotte, N.C. Live D umbest Stuff Hard Parts UFC Countdown F1 Debrief (:05) "Crocodile Dundee II" ('88) SPIKE (5:20) "Crocodile Dundee"
('86) Linda Kozlowski, Paul Hogan. "Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope"
(1977,Sci-Fi) Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill. TBS King of Queens King of Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld House of Payne House of Payne House of Payne House of Payne "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy"
('04) Will Ferrell. TCM (:15) "Lone Star"
('52) Ava Gardner, Lionel Barrymore, Clark Gable. "Three Comrades"
('38) Margaret Sullavan, Robert Taylor. "The Mortal Storm"
('40) Robert Young, Margaret Storm. i
Cold Case "Dead Heat"
SYFY "One Missed Call" ('08) Edward Burns, Shannyn Sossamon. SOAP Veronica Mars The Young and the Restless
TLC TMC TNT TOON TRAV TVL USA VH1 WE WGN ENC
Say Yes-Dress Say Yes-Dress Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress Movie "Shoot the Hero" ('10) Jason Mewes. Law & Order "Political Animal" Law & Order "Who Let the Dogs Out" Regular Show RegularShow Adventure Time Adventure Time Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Law & Order: S.V.U. "Bullseye" Law & Order: S.V.U. "Wet" Single Ladies Golden Girls Golden Girls Golden Girls Golden Girls 30 Rock 30 Rock America's Funniest Home Videos (:10) "Jumpin' Jack Flash"
('86) Stephen Collins, Whoopi Goldberg. "Jane Eyre" ('11,Dra) Michael Fassbender, Jamie Bell, Mia Wasikowska.
Yes to the Dress
Yes to the Dress
Yes to the Dress
Yes to the Dress
American Gypsy Wedd
"How to Rob a Bank"
('07) Nick Stahl. "Kill Me Later" ('01) Selma Blair. "Inglourious Basterds"
(2009,War) Christoph Waltz, Eli Roth, Brad Pitt.
Yes to the Dress
Yes to the Dress
"#1 Cheerleader Camp" ('10) (:20) "The Negotiator"
To Be Announced King of the Hill King of the Hill American Dad American Dad Family Guy Family Guy Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures The Dead Files "Wichita, KS" Ghost Adventures Home Improve. Home Improve. Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray King of Queens King of Queens Law & Order: S.V.U. "Trophy" Law & Order: S.V.U. "Rescue" Law & Order: S.V.U. "Pursuit" Suits "Play the Man" Single Ladies Single Ladies Single Ladies Storytellers "Jill Scott" CSI: Miami "Under Suspicion" CSI: Miami "Felony Flight" CSI: Miami "Nailed" CSI: Miami "Urban Hellraisers" Met Your Mother Met Your Mother Met Your Mother Met Your Mother WGN News at Nine 30 Rock Scrubs (:50) "The Other Guys"
(2010,Comedy) Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell. Movie "White Chicks"
('04) Shawn Wayans.
Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel Ricky Gervais Life's Too Short Real Time With Bill Maher Real Time With Bill Maher Girls Girls Girls (:45)Face Off "Fast Five" (2011,Action) Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Vin Diesel. (:15) "Once Upon a Time in Mexico"
('03) Antonio Banderas. MAX (5:30) "Splice"
('09) Femme Fatales Movie "The Change-Up"
('11) Ryan Reynolds, Jason Bateman. SHOW (5:00)Mellencamp "Beastly" ('11) Vanessa Hudgens, Alex Pettyfer. "Scream"
('96,Hor) Courteney Cox, David Arquette, Neve Campbell. "Scream 4" ('11,Horror) Courteney Cox, David Arquette, Neve Campbell. (:15) "Grown Ups"
('10) Kevin James, Chris Rock, Adam Sandler. STARZ (4:50) "The Mask of Zorro" ('98) Magic City "The Year of the Fin" Magic City "Feeding Frenzy" Magic City "Castles Made of Sand" HBO
HBO2 (5:30)Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Friday, May 25, 2012 • SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 WCML-WCMU / PBS WPBN-WTOM / NBC WWTV-WWUP / CBS WGTU-WGTQ / ABC WFUP / FOX AMERICAN MOVIE CL. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT ANIMAL PLANET BRAVO CONSUMER NEWS CABLE NEWS NETWORK COURT TV CW DISCOVERY DISNEY ENT. SPORTS ENT. SPORTS 2 FAMILY CHANNEL FOX SPORTS DETROIT FOX NEWS CHANNEL FX HALLMARK HOME & GARDEN HISTORY CHANNEL LIFETIME MSNBC MUSIC TV NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC NBC SPORTS NETWORK NICKELODEON SCIENCE FICTION SOAPNET SPEED CHANNEL SPIKE TV SUPER STATION LEARNING CHANNEL TURNER NETWORK TV TRAVEL USA NETWORK VIDEO HITS HOME BOX OFFICE HOME BOX OFFICE 2 CINEMAX SHOWTIME
AMC A&E AP BRAVO CNBC CNN CRT CW DISC DISN ESPN ESPN2 FAM FSD FNC FX HALL HGTV HIST LIFE MSNBC MTV NG NBCSN NICK SYFY SOAP SPEED SPIKE TBS TLC TNT TRAV USA VH1 HBO HBO2 MAX SHOW
MAY 26, 2012 12:30
SATURDAY EVENING 6:00 WCML-WCMU / PBS WPBN-WTOM / NBC WWTV-WWUP / CBS WGTU-WGTQ / ABC WFUP / FOX AMERICAN MOVIE CL. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT ANIMAL PLANET BRAVO CONSUMER NEWS CABLE NEWS NETWORK COURT TV CW DISCOVERY DISNEY ENT. SPORTS ENT. SPORTS 2 FAMILY CHANNEL FOX NEWS CHANNEL FOX SPORTS DETROIT FX HALLMARK HOME & GARDEN HISTORY CHANNEL LIFETIME MSNBC MUSIC TV NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC NBC SPORTS NETWORK NICKELODEON SCIENCE FICTION SOAPNET SPEED CHANNEL SUPER STATION LEARNING CHANNEL TURNER NETWORK TV TRAVEL USA NETWORK VIDEO HITS HOME BOX OFFICE HOME BOX OFFICE 2 CINEMAX SHOWTIME
AMC A&E AP BRAVO CNBC CNN CRT CW DISC DISN ESPN ESPN2 FAM FNC FSD FX HALL HGTV HIST LIFE MSNBC MTV NG NBCSN NICK SYFY SOAP SPEED TBS TLC TNT TRAV USA VH1 HBO HBO2 MAX SHOW
AMC A&E AP BRAVO CNBC CNN CRT CW DISC DISN ESPN ESPN2 FAM FSD FNC FX HALL HGTV HIST LIFE MSNBC MTV NG NBCSN NICK SYFY SOAP SPEED SPIKE TBS TLC TNT TRAV USA VH1 HBO HBO2 MAX SHOW
AMC A&E AP BRAVO CNBC CNN CRT CW DISC DISN ESPN ESPN2 FAM FNC FSD FX HALL HGTV HIST LIFE MSNBC MTV NG NBCSN NICK SYFY SOAP SPEED TBS TLC TNT TRAV USA VH1 HBO HBO2 MAX SHOW
Off the Record McLaugh Euro. Journal Religion News Erasing Ed Different Is the New Normal International Violin Competition of Indianapolis Natural Heroes Tennis French Open ITF Site: Stade Roland Garros -- Paris, France Live Golf Senior Championship PGA Site: Valhalla Golf Club -- Louisville, Ky. Live (11:30)FaceNat. Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Golf Invitational PGA Site: Colonial Country Club -- Fort Worth, Texas Live Auto Racing Indianapolis 500 IndyCar Site: Indianapolis Motor Speedway -- Indianapolis, Ind. Live Insider Weekend Paid Program Paid Program The Closer Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Racing Live "The Bounty"
('84) Mel Gibson, Anthony Hopkins. Movie "Apocalypse Now"
(1979,War) Marlon Brando, Robert Duvall, Martin Sheen. "Hart's War"
('02) Criminal Minds "Limelight" Criminal Minds "Paradise" Criminal Minds "The Eyes Have It" Criminal Minds "Retaliation" Criminal Minds "To Hell" Criminal Minds "And Back" River Monsters: Unhooked River Monsters "Russian Killer" River Monsters River Monsters "Asian Slayer" River Monsters River Monsters "Pack of Teeth" 80 Plates "Something Smells Fishy" Pregnant in Heels Pregnant in Heels Real Housewives "Bombs Away" The Real Housewives The Real Housewives Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program State of the Union Fareed Zakaria GPS The Next List CNN Newsroom Your Money CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom It Only Hurts It Only Hurts It Only Hurts It Only Hurts It Only Hurts It Only Hurts World's Dumbest... World's Dumbest... World's Dumbest... Live Life & Win! On the Spot Hollywood "Across the Universe"
(2007,Drama) Jim Sturgess, Evan Rachel Wood. "Flatliners"
('90) Julia Roberts, Kevin Bacon, Kiefer Sutherland. MythBusters MythBusters MythBusters Auction Kings Auction Kings Auction Kings Auction Kings Auction Kings Auction Kings Wizards Wizards Good Luck ... Good Luck ... Shake It Up Shake It Up Jessie Austin and Ally Phineas & Ferb Phineas & Ferb Good Luck ... A.N.T. Farm (10:00)SportsC. Baseball T. Live Softball Super Regionals NCAA Live Update Live Softball Super Regionals NCAA Live SportsCenter Baseball ACC Tournament SportscenterU Baseball SEC Tournament NCAA -- Hoover, Ala. Live "Bring It On"
('00) Jesse Bradford, Eliza Dushku, Kirsten Dunst. "Legally Blonde"
('01) Luke Wilson, Reese Witherspoon. "Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde"
('03) Sports Unlimited Golden Age Pre-game Live Baseball Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins MLB Site: Target Field -- Minneapolis, Minn. Live Post-game Live Boys in the Hall America's News HQ Fox News Stossel America's News HQ (10:30) "The Mummy: Tomb of... "Ghost Rider"
(2007,Action) Eva Mendes, Wes Bentley, Nicolas Cage. "Wild Hogs"
('07) William H. Macy, John Travolta. B.Newhart B.Newhart B.Newhart B.Newhart B.Newhart B.Newhart B.Newhart B.Newhart B.Newhart B.Newhart B.Newhart B.Newhart Love It/List It "A House Outgrown" My First Place My First Place Property Virgins Property Virgins Property Virgins Property Virgins House Hunters House Hunters For Rent For Rent American Pickers "Easy Riders" American Pickers "Jurassic Pick" American Pickers American Pickers Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars (11:00) "Blue-eyed Butcher" ('12) "A Woman Scorned: The Betty Broderick Story"
('92) "The Two Mr. Kissels" ('08) Anson Mount, Gretchen Egolf. "Murder in Greenwich" ('02) Weekends With Alex Witt Meet the Press Caught on Camera Caught on Camera Caught on Camera Rob and Big Rob and Big Rob and Big Rob and Big Rob and Big Rob and Big Rob and Big Rob and Big Rob and Big Rob and Big Rob and Big Rob and Big Cowboys/ Sea "Combat Fishing" Cowboys/ Sea "The Long Haul" Wicked Tuna "The Bite Is On" Wicked Tuna "Payback's a Fish" Wicked Tuna "Weekend Warriors" Wicked Tuna "Size Matters" The Bass Pros Bill Dance FLW Outdoors Saltwater Exp. Into the Blue Water Polo Olympic Trials Live Soccer San Jose vs Sporting KC MLS Live Winx Club Penguins Big Time Rush Big Time Rush iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly Victorious Victorious Victorious Victorious (11:00) "Death Proof"
('07) "Star Trek: Insurrection"
('98) Jonathan Frakes, Patrick Stewart. "Serenity"
(2005,Sci-Fi) Gina Torres, Adam Baldwin, Nathan Fillion. "Stealth" Veronica Mars Gilmore Girls Gilmore Girls Gilmore Girls "Scene in a Mall" One Tree Hill "I Will Dare" One Tree Hill Hot Rod TV Touring Car L&H 500 Site: Phillip Island Raceway -- Victoria, Australia Inside the Heads NASCAR Perf. NASCAR RaceDay "Charlotte" Live Speed Center Auction Hunters Auction Hunters Auction Hunters Auction Hunters "Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi"
('83,Adv) Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill. "Star Wars: Episode V: The ... (11:30) "I Love You, Man"
('09) Paul Rudd. Baseball Tampa Bay Rays vs. Boston Red Sox MLB Site: Fenway Park -- Boston, Mass. Live Queens King of Queens Movie American Gypsy Wedd Undercover Boss Undercover Boss "Hooters" Undercover Boss "1-800-Flowers" Undercover Boss Undercover Boss "7-Eleven"
(11:00) "The Sum of All Fears" ('02) (2002,War) Madeleine Stowe, Greg Kinnear, Mel Gibson. (:15) "Braveheart" ('95) Sophie Marceau, Mel Gibson. "We Were Soldiers" Extreme "Resorts" Extreme "Pools" Extreme "Waterparks" Extreme "Terror Rides" Sand Wars "Castle Crashers" Florida Beach Weekend (11:00) "Friday"
('95) (:10) "X-Men"
(2000,Sci-Fi) Famke Janssen, Patrick Stewart, Hugh Jackman. "Fast & Furious"
('09) Paul Walker, Vin Diesel. "Bad Boys II" Single Ladies Single Ladies Single Ladies Single Ladies Single Ladies Basketball Wives (11:30) "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1"
('10) Real Time With Bill Maher "Kung Fu Panda"
('08) Jack Black. "X-Men: First Class"
('11) (11:30) "Unknown"
('11) Liam Neeson. The Fight Game "Taking Chance"
('09) Tom Aldredge. (:25)Conchrds Game of Thrones "The Dilemma"
('10) (:15) "Terminator 2: Judgement Day"
('91) Arnold Schwarzenegger. (:35) "Something Borrowed"
('11) Ginnifer Goodwin. "Vampire in Brooklyn"
('95) Eddie Murphy. (11:30) "Beastly" ('11) (:45) "Last Night" ('11) Sam Worthington, Keira Knightley. "Ten Inch Hero" ('07) Elisabeth Harnois. "Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil"
MAY 27, 2012
MAY 27, 2012 12:30
SUNDAY EVENING WCML-WCMU / PBS WPBN-WTOM / NBC WWTV-WWUP / CBS WGTU-WGTQ / ABC WFUP / FOX AMERICAN MOVIE CL. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT ANIMAL PLANET BRAVO CONSUMER NEWS CABLE NEWS NETWORK COURT TV CW DISCOVERY DISNEY ENT. SPORTS ENT. SPORTS 2 FAMILY CHANNEL FOX NEWS CHANNEL FOX SPORTS DETROIT FX HALLMARK HOME & GARDEN HISTORY CHANNEL LIFETIME MSNBC MUSIC TV NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC NBC SPORTS NETWORK NICKELODEON SCIENCE FICTION SOAPNET SPEED CHANNEL SUPER STATION LEARNING CHANNEL TURNER NETWORK TV TRAVEL USA NETWORK VIDEO HITS HOME BOX OFFICE HOME BOX OFFICE 2 CINEMAX SHOWTIME
Antiques Roadshow The Lawrence Welk Show May December Waiting for God Moyers and Company Austin City Limits Globe Trekker "Morocco" 7&4 News NBC News Wheel of Paid Program Harry's Law (SF) The Firm "Chapter Eighteen" The Firm 7&4 News at 11 Sat. Night Live 9 and 10 News Evening News Paid Program Paid Program How to Be How to Be NYC 22 "Pilot" 48 Hours Mystery 9 and 10 News (:35)BigBang Big Boys ABC News Paid Program Countdown Live Basketball Playoffs NBA Live Crook and Chase Paid Program Paid Program Baseball MLB Live 30 Rock 30 Rock The Finder "Swing and a Miss" (5:00) "Heartbreak Ridge"
('86) Clint Eastwood. "Flags Of Our Fathers"
(2006,Drama) Ryan Phillippe, Adam Beach, Barry Pepper. "Letters from Iwo Jima" ('06) Flipped Off "Race to the Finish" Flipped Off "Family Feud" Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Flipped Off "Kristen Saves the Day" Flipped Off "Family Feud" Man-Eating Super Snake Man-Eating Super Croc Call of the Wildman River Monsters "Asian Slayer" River Monsters River Monsters "Asian Slayer" Housewives NJ "Drowning Pool" Housewives/NewJersey "Pretty Woman"
(1990,Romance) Julia Roberts, Jason Alexander, Richard Gere. (:35) "Pretty Woman"
('90) Richard Gere. Paid Program Paid Program Money-Motion Princess American Greed: Scam Suze Orman "Kick Off to Summer!" Princess Princess American Greed: Scam The Situation Room CNN Newsroom CNN Presents "Selling Miracles" Piers Morgan Tonight CNN Newsroom CNN Presents "Selling Miracles" Most Shocking "Wild Riots" World's Dumbest... World's Dumbest... World's Dumbest... World's Dumbest... Forensic Files Forensic Files 'Til Death 'Til Death Seinfeld Seinfeld House "The Down Low" House "Remorse" That '70s Show That '70s Show Cheaters American Chopper Deadliest Catch Deadliest Catch "Alien Abduction" Deadliest Catch "Vital Signs" Deadly Catch "I Don't Wanna Die" Deadliest Catch "Vital Signs" Jessie Jessie Jessie Jessie Good Luck ... Good Luck ... Good Luck ... Good Luck ... Jessie A.N.T. Farm Austin and Ally Austin and Ally (5:00)Softball Division I Tournament SportsCenter Softball Division I Tournament NCAA Live Baseball Tonight Live SportsCenter (5:00)Lacrosse Tournament Live Update Live SportsCenter Rallyc. Global Championship Live SportsNation Update Live Softball Super Regionals NCAA Live (5:30) "Alice in Wonderland"
('10) Johnny Depp. "The Princess and the Frog"
('09) Anika Noni Rose. "Beauty and the Beast"
('91) Paige O'Hara. America's News HQ Fox Report Weekend Huckabee Justice With Judge Jeanine Fox Report Weekend Journal Edit. Fox News Watch Baseball California vs. Stanford NCAA Sports Unlimited UFC "Alves vs. Kampmann" -- Sydney, Australia (5:00) "Ghost Rider"
('07) Eva Mendes, Nicolas Cage. UFC 146 Site: MGM Grand Garden Arena -- Las Vegas, Nev. Live "Avatar"
('09) Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana. MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier House Hunters House Hunters Junk Gypsies Design on Dime High Low Mom Caves Great Rooms Interiors Inc. House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters American Pickers American Pickers American Pickers American Pickers "Hobo Jack" American Pickers American Pickers "Murder on Pleasant Drive"
('06) Adam Battrick, Adam Arkin. "Murder in Greenwich"
('02) Christopher Meloni. "Blue-eyed Butcher" ('12) Sarah Paxton, Lisa Edelstein. Lockup Lockup "Indiana: Predator/Prey" Lockup "Indiana: Tipped Off" Lockup "World Tour: Israel" Life After Lockup Life After Lockup (5:30)True Life Ridiculousness $ Strangers $ Strangers $ Strangers $ Strangers America's Best Dance Crew "Baby Boy"
('01) Omar Gooding, Snoop Dogg, Tyrese Gibson. Taboo "Beauty" Witness "Joplin Tornado" Shark Men "Mission Critical" Wicked Tuna "Mutiny at Sea" Wicked Tuna "Grudge Match" Shark Men "Mission Critical" (5:00)Indy Parade IndyCar 36 NHL 36 Game On! Hockey Stanley Cup Playoffs Los Angeles Kings vs. Phoenix Coyotes NHL -- Glendale, Ariz. IndyCar 36 NHL 36 NHL 36 Victorious Victorious Victorious Victorious Victorious How to Rock How to Rock Epic Adv. That '70s Show That '70s Show Friends Friends (5:00) "Lake Placid 2" ('07) "Lake Placid 3" ('10) Kacey Barnfield, Yancy Butler. "Super Shark" ('11) Jimmy Walker, Sarah Lieving, John Schneider. "Sharktopus" ('10) Eric Roberts. Gilmore Girls "Scene in a Mall" General Hospital General Hospital General Hospital General Hospital General Hospital (5:30)Trackside Speed Center Speed Center Monster Jam "Las Vegas" Monster Jam "Las Vegas" Monster Jam "Las Vegas" NASCAR Perf. Off Road Racing Lucas Oil Friends Friends Seinfeld Seinfeld Big Bang Theory Big Bang Theory "The Longest Yard"
(2005,Comedy) Chris Rock, Burt Reynolds, Adam Sandler. Movie Lottery Changed My Life Lottery Changed My Life Undercover Boss On the Fly On the Fly Tattoo School Tattoo School Undercover Boss (5:00) "Forrest Gump"
('94) Sally Field, Tom Hanks. "The Sum of All Fears"
('02,Act) Morgan Freeman, James Cromwell, Ben Affleck. "Annapolis"
('06) James Franco. Food Paradise "Barbecue Paradise" Food Paradise "Big Beef Paradise" Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures NCIS "Iced" NCIS "Friends and Lovers" NCIS "Agent Afloat" NCIS "Outlaws and In-Laws" NCIS "Royals and Loyals" "Land of the Lost"
('09) 100 Greatest Songs "Hour 3" 100 Greatest Songs "Hour 4" 100 Greatest Songs "Hour 5" Mob Wives "Omerta" Mob Wives "The Reunion" "Risky Business"
('83) (5:45) "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2"
('11) 24/7 "Kung Fu Panda"
('08) Jack Black. "Robin Hood"
('10) Cate Blanchett, Russell Crowe. Movie (:45) "Horrible Bosses"
('11) Charlie Day, Jason Bateman. Ricky Gervais Girls Veep True Blood Luck (:10) "Underworld"
('03) Scott Speedman, Kate Beckinsale. (:15) "Your Highness" ('11) Danny McBride, James Franco. (:45)Girl's Guide "Beginners" ('10) Ewan McGregor. (5:50) "Dragonslayer" ('11) (:05) "Fair Game" (2010,Drama) Sean Penn, Naomi Watts. (:45) "Source Code" ('11) Jake Gyllenhaal. "Barbershop"
('02) Ice Cube.
MAY 26, 2012 6:30
SUNDAY AFTERNOON WCML-WCMU / PBS WPBN-WTOM / NBC WWTV-WWUP / CBS WGTU-WGTQ / ABC WFUP / FOX AMERICAN MOVIE CL. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT ANIMAL PLANET BRAVO CONSUMER NEWS CABLE NEWS NETWORK COURT TV CW DISCOVERY DISNEY ENT. SPORTS ENT. SPORTS 2 FAMILY CHANNEL FOX SPORTS DETROIT FOX NEWS CHANNEL FX HALLMARK HOME & GARDEN HISTORY CHANNEL LIFETIME MSNBC MUSIC TV NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC NBC SPORTS NETWORK NICKELODEON SCIENCE FICTION SOAPNET SPEED CHANNEL SPIKE TV SUPER STATION LEARNING CHANNEL TURNER NETWORK TV TRAVEL USA NETWORK VIDEO HITS HOME BOX OFFICE HOME BOX OFFICE 2 CINEMAX SHOWTIME
Out of Doors Wild. Journal Motorweek AutoLine Victory Garden Hometime This Old House Ask-Old House Tracks Ahead Essential Pepin Test Kitchen Quiz Central Willa's Wild Life Pearlie Paid Program Paid Program X Fighters Golf Senior Championship CHAMPS Site: Valhalla Golf Club -- Louisville, Ky. Live Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Golf Invitational PGA Site: Colonial Country Club -- Fort Worth, Texas Live 333 TV Paid Program According to Jim Paid Program Paid Program Countdown Live /(:45)Auto Racing History 300 NASCAR Site: Charlotte Motor Speedway -- Charlotte, N.C. Live Into the Wild Paid Program Paid Program Cold Case Without a Trace MLB Player Poll Paid Program "The Bounty"
('84) Mel Gibson, Anthony Hopkins. (11:00) "The Green Berets" ('68) David Janssen, John Wayne. "Midway"
(1976,War) Henry Fonda, James Coburn, Charlton Heston. "Heartbreak Ridge" ('86) Flip This House "A Flipper in Need" Monster In-Laws Monster In-Laws Monster In-Laws Monster In-Laws Monster In-Laws Monster In-Laws Gene Simmons Family Jewels "The Demon Says I Do?" Swamp Wars "Killer Bees Attack" Swamp Wars Swamp Wars "Deer-Eating Python" Swamp Wars Gator Boys Gator Boys "Gators Gone Rogue" Pregnant in Heels Bethenny "Aspen-ational" Bethenny "Unregrettable" Housewives/NewJersey Housewives NJ "Poker Face" Housewives NJ "Third Eye Blind" Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program CNN Newsroom Your Money CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom Sanjay Gupta CNN Newsroom Hardcore Pawn Hardcore Pawn Most Daring Most Daring Most Daring Most Shocking Most Shocking "Wild Riots 2" E. Stanton Hollywood Heartland "True Enough" "Sliver"
('93) William Baldwin, Tom Berenger, Sharon Stone. "American Gigolo"
('79) Lauren Hutton, Richard Gere. American Chopper American Chopper American Chopper MythBusters MythBusters MythBusters Wizards Wizards Good Luck ... Good Luck ... Shake It Up Shake It Up Austin and Ally Austin and Ally A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm Softball Division I Tournament NCAA Live Update Live Softball Division I Tournament NCAA Live Update Live Softball Division I Tournament Live (11:00)Racing Drag Racing NHRA -- Topeka, Kan. Basketball Studio Lacrosse Tournament NCAA -- Foxborough, Mass. Live Update Live Lacrosse Tournament NCAA Live Movie "Ice Princess"
('05) Michelle Trachtenberg, Joan Cusack. "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe"
('05) Liam Neeson, Georgie Henley. TBA UFC Primetime Tigers Weekly Pre-game Live Baseball Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins MLB Site: Target Field -- Minneapolis, Minn. Live Post-game Live The Game 365 America's News HQ America's News HQ Journal Edit. Fox News Watch Special Report With Bret Baier America's News HQ "Hitman"
('07) Olga Kurylenko, Dougray Scott. "Enemy of the State"
(1998,Action) Gene Hackman, Jon Voight, Will Smith. "Ghost Rider"
('07) MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. MaryTylerM. House Crashers Bath Crashers Elbow Room Million Dollar Motor Homes Motor Homes RV 2012 "RV 2012" Hunters: RV HH: Houseboat Going Yard Curb Appeal Restoration Restoration Restoration Restoration Restoration Restoration Restoration Restoration American Pickers American Pickers "Motor City" "Bitter Blood" (1994,Drama) Harry Hamlin, Keith Carradine, Kelly McGillis. "Lies He Told"
('97) Karen Sillas, Linda Goranson, Gary Cole. Weekends With Alex Witt Lockup "Inside San Quentin" Lockup "Inside L.A. County" Lockup "Inside Folsom" 16 and Pregnant 16 and Pregnant 16 and Pregnant True Life "What a Girl Wants"
(2003,Family) Colin Firth, Kelly Preston, Amanda Bynes. Taboo "Addiction" Taboo "Prison Love" Taboo "Forbidden Love" Taboo "Extreme Healing" Taboo "Body Modification" Taboo "Strange Love" Into the Blue Hunt/ Fish Saltwater SaltwaterFishing NHL 36 Soccer Los Angeles Galaxy vs. Houston Dynamo MLS -- Houston, Texas Live Indy 500 Parade Power Rangers SpongeBob Kung Fu Panda Kung Fu Panda Kung Fu Panda Kung Fu Panda Big Time Rush Big Time Rush iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly (11:00) "Mega Shark vs. Crocos... "Dinocroc vs. Supergator" ('10) George Lucas, David Carradine. "Malibu Shark Attack" (2009,Thriller) Heather Wilson. "Lake Placid 2" ('07) Beverly Hills 90210 "Wild Horses" Veronica Mars Veronica Mars "Kanes and Abels" Veronica Mars Gilmore Girls Gilmore Girls Mobil 1 the Grid Live! Live Racing Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR Live Auto Racing New Jersey 250 Grand-Am -- Millville, N.J. Off Road Racing Lucas Oil Lucas Oil Edge Trackside At Ink Master "Ink Disaster Piece" Ink Master "Game On" Ink Master "Permanent Mistakes" Ink Master "Picture Imperfect" Ink Master "Ink Master Revealed" "Star Wars: Episode IV: A N... Friends "American Pie 2"
('01) Shannon Elizabeth, Jason Biggs. "National Lampoon's European Vacation"
('85) Chevy Chase. King of Queens King of Queens Friends Property Ladder Lottery Changed My Life Lottery Changed My Life Lottery Changed My Life 3 Lottery Changed My Life 3 Lottery Changed My Life "The General's Daughter"
('99) Madeleine Stowe, John Travolta. "Good Will Hunting"
(1997,Drama) Ben Affleck, Robin Williams, Matt Damon. "Forrest Gump"
('94) Food Paradise Food Paradise Food Paradise Food Paradise Food Paradise Food Paradise "Ribs Paradise" NCIS "High Seas" NCIS "My Other Left Foot" NCIS "Lt. Jane Doe" NCIS "Twilight" NCIS "Kill Ari, Part 1" cont'd next NCIS "Kill Ari, Part II" Pt. 2 of 2 (11:00) "Risky Business" ('83) Mob Wives "The Reunion" Basketball Wives La La cont'd next La La's Full 2/2 100 Greatest Songs "Hour 1" 100 Greatest Songs "Hour 2" (:15) "Taking Chance"
('09) Tom Aldredge. (:45) "Red Riding Hood"
(2004,Fantasy) Movie "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" ('10) Michael Douglas.
(11:15) "For Love of the Game" ('99) (:40)Real Sports (:45) "While You Were Sleeping" ('95) Sandra Bullock. Veep "Larry Crowne"
('11) Movie (:35) "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle"
('92) (:20) "Days of Thunder"
('90) Nicole Kidman, Tom Cruise. "Sucker Punch"
('11) Emily Browning. (:05) "Mr. Holland's Opus"
('95) Olympia Dukakis, Richard Dreyfuss. Movie "Gross Anatomy"
('89) Matthew Modine. (:20) "Panic"
('00) William H. Macy.
Under the Radar Natural Healing The Lawrence Welk Show National Memorial Day Concert National Memorial Day Concert Lines Theater Talk 7&4 News NBC News Dateline NBC Harry's Law America's Got Talent 7&4 News at 11 The Closer 9 and 10 News CBS Even. News 60 Minutes Blue Bloods "Dedication" The Good Wife "Get a Room" NYC 22 "Self Cleaning Oven" 9 and 10 News Big Bang Theory Paid Program ABC News America's Funniest Home Videos Duets "The Superstars Greatest Hits" Rookie Blue Law & Order (5:30)Auto Racing Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR Site: Charlotte Motor Speedway -- Charlotte, N.C. Live Jack Van Impe Grey's Anatomy
(5:00) "Hart's War" ('02) Colin Farrell, Cole Hauser, Bruce Willis. The Killing "Sayonara, Hiawatha" The Killing "72 Hours" Mad Men "The Other Woman" (:05)The Pitch Criminal Minds "Hopeless" Criminal Minds "Mosley Lane" Criminal Minds "Memoriam" Criminal Minds "JJ" Criminal Minds "Safe Haven" Criminal Minds River Monsters River Mon Lost "Himalayan Giant" River Monsters Mermaids "The Body Found" Mermaids "The Body Found" The Real Housewives Tardy/Wedding Tardy/Wedding Tardy/Wedding Tardy/Wedding Housewives NJ "Third Eye Blind" Housewives NJ "Drowning Pool" Housewives/NewJersey Paid Program Paid Program The Future of TV Wall St. Journal ExoticAnimal Cuba: Forbidden The Facebook Obsession J. Crew Marijuana Inc CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom CNN Presents Piers Morgan Tonight CNN Newsroom CNN Presents Impractical Impractical World's Dumbest... Impractical Impractical Impractical Impractical Clipaholics "Shock and Aww" Forensic Files Forensic Files King of Queens King of Queens Heartland "True Enough" The Browns The Browns Troubadour, TX "Trapped"
('02) Courtney Love, Kevin Bacon, Charlize Theron. Auction Kings Auction Kings Auction Kings Auction Kings MythBusters MythBusters MythBusters "Dirty vs. Clean Car" MythBusters Shake It Up Jessie Jessie Austin and Ally Austin and Ally Austin and Ally Austin and Ally Austin and Ally A.N.T. Farm Shake It Up Austin and Ally Good Luck ... (5:30)SportsCenter Baseball Tonight Live Baseball Washington Nationals vs. Atlanta Braves MLB Site: Turner Field -- Atlanta, Ga. Live SportsCenter (3:30)Baseball Update Live Softball Super Regionals NCAA Live Update Live Softball Super Regionals NCAA Live Poker '11 "Beauty and the Beast"
(1991,Animated) Voices of Richard White, Angela Lansbury, Paige O'Hara. "Race to Witch Mountain"
('09) Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson. Fox News Fox Report Weekend Huckabee Stossel Geraldo at Large Huckabee Rodeo Championship Bull Riding Ocean Race Poker Bellagio Diamond Classic UFC Unleashed Barfly Wingspan Poker Bellagio Diamond Classic "Death at a Funeral"
(2010,Comedy) Keith David. "Hancock"
('08) Charlize Theron, Jason Bateman, Will Smith. "Hancock"
('08) Charlize Theron, Jason Bateman, Will Smith. B.Newhart B.Newhart B.Newhart B.Newhart B.Newhart B.Newhart B.Newhart B.Newhart Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier House Hunters House Hunters Holmes on Homes Best of Holmes on Homes Holmes Inspection Holmes Inspection Holmes on Homes Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars (5:00) "Murder in Greenwich" "Murder in the Hamptons"
('05) Poppy Montgomery. "Sex and Lies in Sin City: The Ted Binion Scandal" ('08) "Murder in the Hamptons" Caught on Camera "Into the Deep" Caught on Camera Caught on Camera "Fireball!" To Catch a Predator "Long Beach" Predator Raw: The Unseen Tapes Predator Raw: The Unseen Tapes Rob and Big Rob and Big Rob and Big Rob and Big Fantasy Factory Fantasy Factory Fantasy Factory Fantasy Factory Fantasy Factory Fantasy Factory Fantasy Factory Fantasy Factory Wicked Tuna Wicked Tuna "Man v. Storm" Wicked Tuna "Mutiny at Sea" Wicked Tuna "Grudge Match" Wicked Tuna "Pirate Problems" Boston Metal (4:30)Soccer SJ/K.C. MLS Live NHL Live! Hockey Stanley Cup Playoffs New Jersey Devils vs. New York Rangers NHL NHL Live! World Challenge SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob That '70s Show That '70s Show My Wife & Kids My Wife & Kids George Lopez George Lopez Friends Friends (5:30) "Stealth"
('05,Action) Jessica Biel, Jamie Foxx, Josh Lucas. "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade"
('89,Adv) Sean Connery, Julian Glover, Harrison Ford. "Elektra"
('05) One Tree Hill Days of Our Lives Days of Our Lives Days of Our Lives Days of Our Lives Days of Our Lives (5:30)Speed Motorcycle Racing AMA My Classic Car Hard Parts Hard Parts Car Warriors "Nova" Car Warriors "Thunderbird" NASCAR Victory Lane "Charlotte" (5:30) "The Longest Yard"
('05) Chris Rock, Adam Sandler. "Meet the Fockers"
(2004,Comedy) Ben Stiller, Dustin Hoffman, Robert De Niro. (:35) "Meet the Fockers"
('04) Robert De Niro. Undercover Boss "Mack Trucks" Undercover Boss "MGM Grand" Undercover Boss "DirecTV" Sister Wives Sister Wives American Gypsy Wedd Sister Wives Sister Wives (4:15) "Braveheart"
('95) Sophie Marceau, Mel Gibson. (:20) "We Were Soldiers" ('02) "Inglourious Basterds"
(2009,War) Christoph Waltz, Eli Roth, Brad Pitt. Florida Beaches Sand Masters Sand Masters Hotel Impossible "La Jolla" Baggage Battles Baggage Battles Extreme Rvs "A Land Yacht" Top 5 Top 5 (5:30) "Bad Boys II"
(2003,Action) Will Smith, Jordi Mollà, Martin Lawrence. "G.I. Joe: The Rise of the Cobra"
('09) Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje. "Fast & Furious"
('09) Basketball Wives Mob Wives cont'd next Mob Wives "The Reunion" 2/2 Mob Wives: Chicago "Sneak Peek" Tough Love New Orleans Mob Wives from May 20 Movie (:45)Conjuring (:10) "Hall Pass"
('11) Jason Sudeikis, Owen Wilson. Game of Thrones "Blackwater" Veep Girls Game of Thrones "Blackwater" (5:00) "The Dilemma"
('10) Real Time With Bill Maher (:45)24/7 "Taking Chance"
('09) Tom Aldredge. "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2"
('11,Adv) (:15) "Get Carter"
('00) Rachael Leigh Cook, Michael Caine. Movie "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines"
('03) "American Wedding"
('03) Jason Biggs. "Powder"
('95) Sean Patrick Flanery, Mary Steenburgen. "Beastly" ('11) Vanessa Hudgens, Alex Pettyfer. "The Mechanic" ('11) Ben Foster, Jason Statham. (:05) "Botched"
Community Notes Meetings SUNDAY, MAY 27 Petoskey Duplicate Bridge Club meets at 1:30 p.m. on Sundays at 2144 Cemetery Road, Petoskey (behind Lowe’s). All players welcome. Visit www.petoskeybridgeclub.com or call (231) 8810829 for information.
TUESDAY, MAY 29 Petoskey Duplicate Bridge Club meets 12:30 p.m. Tuesdays at 2144 Cemetery Road, Petoskey. Players with 0-99 points welcome. Visit www. PetoskeyBridgeClub.com or call (231) 881-0829 for information.
Miscellaneous Finding a job is a challenge in our current market. Get the help you need to find the job you want. Attend the Petoskey Michigan Works Job Search Strategies workshop at 9:30 a.m. every Monday. No appointment necessary. For more information, call (231) 439-5215.
Hospice of Little Traverse Bay offers grief and loss support groups throughout the year in both Emmet and Charlevoix counties. These two-hour groups run for six consecutive weeks with both daytime and evening groups available. Other services include individual and family counseling for adults and children, educational in services, pregnancy and infant loss support program, survivors of suicide and caregiver support groups. These services are provided free of charge through community contributions. Call (231) 487-4825.
Free baby items (diapers, wipes, clothing, etc.) are available to Charlevoix County residents in need 10 a.m.noon the second Saturday of each month at Christ Lutheran Church, 1250 Boyne Ave., Boyne City (across from football field). Call (231) 582-9301 for more information.
The Community Free Clinic
offers free, temporary, health care services to Emmet County residents who are low-income, without health insurance and are not included in a government health program. There is a walk-in clinic on Wednesday evenings — sign-in and screening are offered anytime after 1 p.m. with patients returning to the clinic by 5:30 p.m. when the volunteer staff arrive. Sign-in is discontinued at 6:30 p.m. There is also a smaller appointment clinic on Monday afternoons (walkins welcome if the schedule allows) from 1-5 p.m. Bring photo ID, proof of residency, and verification of income to your first visit. The address is 416 Connable Ave. in Petoskey. Call (231) 487-3600 for more information.
Veterans Affairs of Emmet County is open 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday through Friday for assistance to all Emmet County veterans. Located at 3434 M-119, Suite D, Petoskey. Phone (231) 348-1780.
Community kitchen is from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. every Monday at First Christian Church, 308 Monroe St., Petoskey, in the fellowship hall of the church. Anyone in need of a meal is welcome.
Food is available for anyone in need in the Petoskey area from 9 a.m.-noon every Tuesday at Brother Dan’s Food Pantry, 415 State St., Petoskey, behind St. Francis Xavier Church. Phone (231) 347-7423.
First Christian Church, 308 Monroe St., Petoskey, food pantry is open 9 a.m.-noon every Wednesday.
Lighthouse lunch is held 11 a.m.-1 p.m. every Monday and Thursday at Community Church of God, 202 W. Hurlbut St., Charlevoix, in the fellowship hall of the church. Anyone in need of a hot meal is welcome.
The Harbor Springs Community Food Pantry, located in the lower level of the Holy Childhood Community Center building (entrance on Third Street), is open from 9:30 a.m.-noon every non-holiday Monday. Food is available for anyone in need in the Harbor
See COMMUNITY NOTES on PAGE B10
Friday, May 25, 2012 •
HOROSCOPES For Tuesday, May 29 HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
Write a dream to answer: “What exciting future exists by December 31, 2012?” Put it in present tense. This year, career and financial goals move forward powerfully. Include diet and exercise in the plan. Relationships and partnerships deepen in richness. Celebrate!
FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE
Aries (March 21-April 19) — Today is a 9 — Slow and steady does it. There’s a sense of urgency but no need to be impetuous. The same goes for money: slow the flow to a trickle. You’ll get farther faster. Taurus (April 20-May 20) — Today is a 7 — Costs could be higher than expected. Keep digging to find the clue. Stand up for what’s right. Put in the extra effort. Compromise. You can work it out. Gemini (May 21-June 21) — Today is a 6 — Finish up old business. Move quickly. Save romance for tomorrow or the next day ... you’ve other things to think about now. Advise a loved one to be patient.
FRANK & ERNEST
Cancer (June 22-July 22) — Today is a 7 — Your team is hot; make sure they know it. Explore and find a place where to stash the treasure. No flirting, or you may be disappointed. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) — Today is a 9 — Financial planning comes easier than usual. Figure out how to bring money in. Providing motivation is important. It’s not a good time for traveling. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Today is a 9 — You’re super productive and on fire. You get farther than expected. There could be a romantic misunderstanding or barrier. Money is not required. Don’t get discouraged.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) — Today is a 6 — A boost in confidence helps you figure things out. It may be challenging to see the glass as half full, but keep imagining it that way. Let excitement replace fear. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) — Today is a 7 — Accept stern coaching from a partner who stands for you. A busy, fast-paced morning evolves into a slower, more pensive phase. Handle details for the next two days. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) — Today is a 7 — Now’s a good time to make business decisions. Work faster and make more money. Pay bills. Don’t take yourself too seriously. Travel later.
PEARLS BEFORE SWINE
Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — Today is an 8 — Every little experience makes you richer. You’re not here just to visit but to make a difference. Play the game like you mean it. Take time for someone else. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) — Today is a 7 — Use the intensity to your advantage to accomplish the seemingly impossible. If romance isn’t working, don’t push it just yet. Take a rest instead. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) — Today is an 8 — Don’t take yourself too seriously and avoid conflict. Make changes for a positive outcome. A belly laugh could be the cure. Laugh some more.
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Friday, May 25, 2012 •
Was anyone clamoring for ‘Men In Black 3’? Christy Lemire AP Movie Critic
here’s a moment early on in “Men in Black 3” when Will Smith’s Agent J sits down next to his longtime partner, Tommy Lee Jones’ Agent K, and bemoans the fact that he’s too old for this sort of thing — for running around New York in matching dark suits, chasing down aliens and zapping them with their shiny metal weapony doo-hickeys. We’re paraphrasing a bit. But unfortunately, that’s an excellent observation. We’re all too old for this sort of thing — the shtick itself has gotten old, and it has not aged well. Fifteen years since the zippy original and a decade since the sub-par sequel, we now have a third “Men in Black” movie which no one seems to have been clamoring for except maybe Barry Sonnenfeld, the director of all three. Long-gestating and written by a bunch more people than actually get credited, the latest film shows the glossy style and vague, sporadic glimmers of the kind of energy that made this franchise such an enormous international hit. But more often it feels hacky, choppy and — worst of all — just not that funny. And of course, it’s in 3-D for no discernible artistic or narrative reason. Smith and Jones don’t seem to be enjoying themselves, either, in returning to their roles as bickering secret government agents. When even the most charismatic actor on the planet can’t fake excitement, you know you’re in trouble. (We’re talking about Smith, in case you were wondering.) The puppy-doggish enthusiasm is gone, and now his Agent J is just weirdly obsessed, after all these years, with determining why it is that K is so surly. K, meanwhile, remains surly and reveals nothing. But then one of K’s adversaries from long ago, the growling, sharp-toothed alien
Boris the Killer (Jemaine Clement of “Flight of the Conchords”), resurfaces and forces everyone to revisit the past. Literally. Boris busts out of the high-tech Lunar Max prison — with the help of his girlfriend, played by Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger clad in dominatrix gear and carrying a cake — in order to jump back in time and kill the Young Agent K, who put him there. (Back to Scherzinger for a moment: She’s one of the many nonsensical elements here, one of many characters and ideas that are introduced and then cast aside. She arrives at the prison and approaches Boris’ cell in a beautifully framed opening sequence, then after a great deal of buildup is simply jettisoned. The absurdity of such randomness isn’t even amusing; it just feels sloppy.) Anyway, Boris returns to the summer of 1969, a few days before the historic Apollo 11 moon mission, and takes out Agent K. Agent J shows up for work in the present day and wonders what happened to his partner; once he figures it out, he jumps back a bit earlier to kill Boris before Boris can kill K. Time-travel plots can make you feel dizzy and nauseous if you try and pick them apart to determine whether they make sense, but once we reach our destination here, the jokes provide no pleasant escape. It’s all super-obvious fish-outof-water stuff and gags about how ridiculous hippies looked. “Men in Black 3” begins to address the possibilities of how it must have felt for a strong black man in America during this tense time for race relations, then backs off. There’s also a brief, clever bit in which Bill Hader plays Andy Warhol that might have worked as a separate “Saturday Night Live” sketch. Again, more opportunities squandered. “Men in Black 3,” a Columbia Pictures release, is rated PG-13 for sci-fi action violence and brief suggestive content. Running time: 105 minutes. One and a half stars out of four.
MAY 28, 2012 6:00
WCML-WCMU / PBS WPBN-WTOM / NBC WWTV-WWUP / CBS WGTU-WGTQ / ABC WFUP / FOX AMERICAN M OVIE CLASSICS ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT ANIMAL PLANET BRAVO COUNTRY MUSIC TV CONSUMER NEWS & BUSINESS
CABLE NEWS NETWORK COMEDY CENTRAL COURT TV CW DISCOVERY DISNEY DO-IT-YOURSELF ENTERTAINMENT TV ENTERTAINMENT SPORTS ENTERTAINMENT SPORTS 2 FAMILY CHANNEL FIT TV FOOD NETWORK FOX NEWS CHANNEL FOX SPORTS DETROIT FX GAME SHOW NETWORK HALLMARK HOME & GARDEN HISTORY CHANNEL LIFETIME MSNBC MUSIC TV NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC NBC SPORTS NETWORK NICKELODEON OXYGEN INDEPENDENT TV SCIENCE FICTION SOAPNET SPEED CHANNEL SPIKE TV SUPER STATION TURNER CLASSIC MOVIES LEARNING CHANNEL THE MOVIE CHANNEL TURNER NETWORK TV CARTOON NETWORK TRAVEL TV LAND USA NETWORK VIDEO HITS WOMEN' S E NTERTAINMENT WGN ENCORE HOME BOX OFFICE HOME BOX OFFICE 2 CINEMAX SHOWTIME STARZ!
PBS NewsHour 7&4 News NBC News 9 and 10 News CBSNews KThe Insider UpNorth Live The Office Old Christine AMC (4:00) "Midway"
(‘76) A&E AP BRAVO
CMT CNBC CNN COM COURT
CW DISC DISN DIY E! ESPN ESPN2 FAM FIT FOOD FNC FSD FX
Nightly Business Destination Antiques Roadshow "Jackpot!" Mister Rogers & Me Wheel of Fortune Jeopardy! America's Got Talent American Ninja W "Finals Region 2" Big Bang Theory Two and Half Met Your Mother 2 Broke Girls Two and Half Mike & Molly ABC World News Ent. Tonight The Bachelorette FOX 32 News TMZ House "Parents" House "Dead and Buried" "Flags Of Our Fathers"
(2006,Drama) Ryan Phillippe, Adam Beach, Barry Pepper.
Independent Lens "Hell and Back Again" Charlie Rose Grimm "Game Ogre" 7&4 News at 11 (:35)Tonight Show Hawaii Five-0 "Ike Maka" 9 and 10 News (:35)D. Letterman Castle "Heartbreak Hotel" Newsbreak (:35)Nightline FOX 32 News TMZ 30 Rock Loves Ray The Pitch "JDRF: Muse and Bozell" Mad Men "The Other Woman" Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Gene Simmons Family Jewels Monster In-Laws Monster In-Laws Monster In-Laws Monster In-Laws (5:00)River Monsters Mermaids "The Body Found" River Monsters "Lair Giants" R iver Monsters "Lair Giants" Bethenny Ever After "Unregrettable" Housewives NJ "Drowning Pool" Housewives NJ "Spoiled Sports" Tardy/Wedding Tardy/Wedding Bethenny "Fair Thee Well Heeled" Bethenny "Fair Thee Well Heeled" (5:00) "A Few Good Men"
(‘92) Demi Moore, Tom Cruise. Salute to the Troops "A Few Good Men"
(1992,Drama) Demi Moore, Jack Nicholson, Tom Cruise. American Greed: Scam J. Crew The Costco Craze The Costco Craze "Cocaine Cowboys"
(2006,Documentary) John King, USA OutFront Anderson Cooper 360 Piers Morgan Tonight Anderson Cooper 360 OutFront (:55)South Park (:25)South Park (:55)South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park Workaholics Workaholics Cops Cops World's Dumbest... Clipaholics Clipaholics Clipaholics Men at Work Men at Work King of Queens King of Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Gossip Girl "The Return of the Ring" H art of Dixie "Pilot" Cops 'Til Death 'Til Death That '70s Show American Chopper American Chopper American Chopper American Chopper Outlaw Empires American Chopper Jessie Jessie Jessie Good Luck ... A.N.T. Farm Jessie Phineas and Ferb Shake It Up "Alice in Wonderland"
(‘10) Anne Hathaway, Johnny Depp. Yard Crashers Hot List: B.Yard 10 Best: Outdoor 10 Best: Outdoor Holmes on Homes "Rocky Reno" Yard Crashers Yard Crashers Kitchen Crashers Kitchen Crashers House Crashers House Crashers (5:30)Eastwood Mrs. Eastwood Keeping Up With the Kardashians The Kardashians "Momager Dearest" Keeping Up With the Kardashians Mrs. Eastwood Mrs. Eastwood Chelsea Lately The Kardashians SportsCenter NBA Countdown Live Basketball Playoffs NBA Live SportsCenter NFL 32 Live NFL Live SportsNation SportsNation Baseball Tonight Live SportsNation (5:00) "Race to Witch Mountain" Life of the Teenager The 700 Club Life of the Teenager "4SnP" Pretty Little Liars Life of the Teenager Hoarding "Tiny Monsters" Hoarding "My House Can Kill Me" Hoarding "Worst I've Ever Seen" Hoarding "Owned by the Roaches" Hoarding "It's Just Sex" Hoarding "Worst I've Ever Seen" Weird Restau. Weird Restau. Pitchin' In Pitchin' In Diners, Drive-Ins Diners, Drive-Ins Top Chef Masters "Restaurant Wars" Top Chef Canada Weird Restau. Weird Restau. Special Report With Bret Baier FOX Report The O'Reilly Factor Hannity On the Record The O'Reilly Factor Baseball Detroit Tigers vs. Boston Red Sox MLB -- Boston, Mass. UFC 139 "Shogun vs. Henderson" Poker Bellagio Diamond Classic WPT Met Your Mother Met Your Mother Two and Half Two and Half "Kung Fu Panda"
(2008,Comedy) Voices of Jackie Chan, Angelina Jolie, Jack Black. "Kung Fu Panda"
(‘08) Jack Black.
GAME Newlywed Game Newlywed Game Family Feud
Family Feud Little House Prairie cont'd next HGTV House Hunters "Beachfront Homes" L ove It or List It HIST Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars LIFE "Sex and Lies in Sin City: The Ted Binion Scandal" (‘08) Mena Suvari.
Family Feud Family Feud Family Feud Family Feud Family Feud Family Feud Family Feud Family Feud Little House on the Prairie Little House on the Prairie Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Pt. 2 of 2 Love It or List It "Feng Shui Family" Property Virgins Property Virgins House Hunters House Hunters Love It or List It "Mom Moved In" Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Hatfields & McCoys Pt. 1 of 3 cont'd May 29 (:05)Hatfields & McCoys "Shadow of Fear" (‘12,Thril) Amanda Righetti, Harry Hamlin, Will Estes. "Karla" (‘06,Cri) Misha Collins, Patrick Bauchau, Laura Prepon.
The Ed Show The Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word Ridiculousness Ridiculousness Ridiculousness Ridiculousness Ridiculousness Money: Strangers Inside 9/ 11 "Zero Hour" Witness "G.I. Homecoming" Poker After Dark Poker After Dark Poker After Dark That '70s Show That '70s Show George Lopez George Lopez "Ragz" (‘12) SpongeBob Tanisha Gets Married Tanisha Gets Married Tanisha Gets Married Criminal Minds "Reflection of Desire" Criminal Minds "Into the Woods" Criminal Minds "Casino Royale"
(2006,Action) Judi Dench, Eva Green, Daniel Craig.
HALL Little House Prairie "The Award"
MTV NG NBCSN NICK OXY i SYFY
Hardball With Chris Matthews Ridiculousness Ridiculousness Ridiculousness Ridiculousness Inside 9/ 11 "War on America" NBC Sports Talk Poker After Dark iCarly iCarly SpongeBob SpongeBob Bad Girls Club "Parting Shots" Tanisha Gets Married Criminal Minds "Devil's Night" Criminal Minds "Middle Man" (5:00) "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade"
(‘89) Harrison Ford.
SOAP One Tree Hill
The Young and the Restless Days of Our Lives General Hospital The Young and the Restless Superbike FIM -- Salt Lake City, Utah GearZ GearZ Hot Rod TV Hot Rod TV Two Guys Garage Two Guys Garage SPIKE Band of Brothers "Why We Fight" Band of Brothers "Points" UndercoverSting UndercoverSting World's Wildest Police Videos TBS King of Queens King of Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy TCM (5:15) "The Dirty Dozen"
(‘67) Ernest Borgnine, Lee Marvin. "The Bridge on the River Kwai"
(1957,War) Alec Guinness, Sessue Hayakawa, William Holden.
SPEED NASCAR Race Hub
Cake Boss (5:00) "Thirst"
Law & Order "The Taxman Cometh" Adventure Time TRAV Anthony Bourdain "Outer Boroughs" A nthony Bourdain "Cajun Country" TVL M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Home Improve. USA NCIS "Swan Song" NCIS: Los Angeles "Past Lives" VH1 Basketball Wives Basketball Wives WE Golden Girls Golden Girls Golden Girls Golden Girls WGN 30 Rock 30 Rock America's Funniest Home Videos ENC (:20) "Big Trouble in Little China"
(‘86) Kim Cattrall, Kurt Russell. TNT
Law & Order "Hands Free"
TOON Amazing Gumball Amazing Gumball Adventure Time
To Be Announced
"The Violent Kind" (‘10) Taylor Cole, Cory Knauf.
The Mentalist The Mentalist Regular Show MAD King of the Hill King of the Hill Anthony Bourdain "Boston" Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations Home Improve. Home Improve. Loves Ray Loves Ray N CIS "Pyramid" WWE Monday Night Raw Basketball Wives "Finale" (SF) Single Ladies Golden Girls Golden Girls Golden Girls Golden Girls America's Funniest Home Videos America's Funniest Home Videos "Godzilla"
(‘98,Sci-Fi) Hank Azaria, Jean Reno, Matthew Broderick.
Days of Our Lives NASCAR Race Hub World's Wildest Police Videos Conan "The Great Escape"
To Be Announced Extreme Coupon Cake Boss
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COMMUNITY NOTES FROM B7 Springs area. Those wishing to donate items may bring them to the pantry on Monday morning or leave them in baskets inside the entrances of the church from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily. Phone (231) 526-2017 ext. 43.
Bay Shore Presbyterian Church food pantry is open from noon-3 p.m. the second and fourth Tuesday. Use the back door. For information, call (231) 348-2086.
The Manna Food Pantry is open 9 a.m.-noon on Tuesday to serve those in need in the Oden/Conway/M-119 area. For more information, call (231) 347-8852.
Cross of Christ Lutheran Churchâ€™s Paper Pantry is open twice monthly to those in need. The pantry is open 5-7 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month, and 9-11 a.m. the fourth Thursday of the month. The pantry provides toilet paper, laundry soap, tooth paste, deodorant, feminine hygiene products, paper towels, bar soap, shampoo, and other
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Menâ€™s Christian support group meets 6:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday at Stutsmanville Chapel at 2988 State Road, north of Harbor Springs. The group is open to anyone. For additional information call (231) 526-2335.
available at health department offices in Antrim, Charlevoix, Emmet and Otsego counties. WIC provides free food for eligible pregnant and post-partum women; infants; and children. For appointments, call the Health Department of Northwest Michigan at (231) 547-0295 or (800) 432-4121.
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The Charlevoix Community Food Pantry is open to residents of the Charlevoix Public School district who need emergency food. Itâ€™s located in the Congregational Church on the corner of State Street and Park Avenue and its hours of operation are: 10 a.m.-noon Monday and Thursday. The pantry will be closed when Charlevoix Schools are closed.
Cross of Christ Lutheran and Emmanuel Episcopal churches provide a free lunch from noon-1 p.m. every Thursday for those in need at the First Presbyterian Church in Petoskey. All are welcome.
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ing Room is a study room, library and bookstore. The public is welcome. It is open from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The Reading Room is located at 420 Waukazoo Ave., Petoskey. The phone number is (231) 348-7648.
The Womenâ€™s Resource Center of Northern Michigan offers educational support group meetings for past or present victims of domestic abuse. The group meets from 6-7:30 p.m. every Monday at the Womenâ€™s Resource Center Safe House. There is no cost to attend. In addition to the support groups, the center also provides victims of domestic abuse with
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emergency shelter, crisis intervention, information and referrals, victim advocacy, legal advocacy, counseling services and a 24-hour crisis and information line. Call (231) 347-1572 or (800) 2751995 for further information.
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Friendship Centers of Emmet County (Council on Aging) offers in-home services on a donation basis to adults age 60 and older. Available programs include home delivered meals, homemaker, personal care and respite care. Call the COA at (231) 347-3211, for more information.
Center winter hours for congregate meals are 5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; 1 p.m. Sunday. The center is open every day at noon for recreation, Wii, card games and use of computers (Internet service). The center is located on Cedar Street in Mackinaw City.
Harbor Springs Friendship Center activities Tuesday, May 29: coffee 10 a.m.; lunch at noon: Memorial Day luncheon: bratwurst and sauerkraut, potato salad, baked beans, brownies.
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Senior citizens Petoskey Friendship Center activities Tuesday, May 29: foot care 8:30 a.m.; massage 9 a.m.; Memorial Day luncheon: bratwurst and sauerkraut, potato salad, baked beans, brownies; ice cream social 1 p.m.; Wii bowling 1:30 a.m.; golf 1:30 a.m.
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EAST LANSING — Jesse Michael Moore of Holland, Mich., graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in human biology from the college of Lyman Briggs. Moore is the son of Scrappy Moore and Amber McLoud, and grandson of Jack and Marty McLeod of Boyne City.
HOLLAND — Katharyn Burke, a Hope College junior from Petoskey, received a Religion Scholarship Award during the college’s annual Honors Convocation in April. The religion scholarship and endowment fund is a gift of the First Reformed Church of Zeeland, Mich., administered by the religion department for the awarding of scholarships, teaching fellowships and Biblical research grants to superior students comtemplating church vocations. Hope College seniors receiving bachelor degrees include Nathan Greenwell of Petoskey, son of Don and Sharalen Greenwell and an exercise science major.
and Melissa Keiswetter of Petoskey. Kehoulani Krimbill of Petoskey is a candidate for a bachelor of arts degree in communication. A 2008 graduate of Petoskey High School, she is the daughter of Steven and Kathleen Krimbill of Petoskey. Jessica Gauthier of Charlevoix is a candidate for a bachelor of arts degree at Alma College in program of emphasis in women’s and gender studies. A 2008 graduate of Petoskey High School, she is the daughter of Michael and Karri Gauthier of
Charlevoix. Amanda Fisher of Ellsworth, is a candidate for a bachelor of arts degree in sociology. A 2008 graduate of Ellsworth High School, she is the daughter of Alvin and Christina Fisher of Ellsworth. Richard Allen of Harbor Springs is a candidate for a bachelor of arts degree in communication. A 2008 graduate of Harbor Springs High School, he is the son of James and Debra Allen of Harbor Springs. David Fair of Harbor Springs is a candidate for a
bachelor of music degree in music education. A 2008 graduate of Petoskey High School, he is the son of Natalie Fair of Harbor Springs. Robert Hicks IV of Harbor Springs is a candidate for a bachelor of arts degree in Spanish. A 2008 graduate of Petoskey High School, he is the son of Mary Heiler of Harbor Springs.
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ALBION — Several local students recently graduated from Albion College: Micah Brown graduated from Albion College on May 5, receiving a degree in economics and management emphasis finance. Brown is the son of Lewis and Meredith Brown of Petoskey and a graduate of Petoskey High School. Emily Foster graduated from Albion College on May 5, receiving a degree in biology with a minor in psychology, with a concentration in neuroscience. Foster is the daughter of William Foster of Charlevoix and Hannelore Foster of Charlevoix and a graduate of Charlevoix High School. Michael Hauger graduated summa cum laude Phi Beta Kappa from Albion College on May 5, receiving a degree in chemistry - biochemistry with a minor in cell and molecular biology. The honor of summa cum laude signifies that Hauger graduated with a cumulative grade point average above 3.9. Phi Beta Kappa recognizes the top 10 percent of the class in liberal studies majors. Hauger is the son of Joseph and Patricia Hauger of Levering and a graduate of Pellston High School. Sam Jabara graduated from Albion College on May 5, receiving a degree in economics and management, with a concentration in the Carl A. Gerstacker Institute for Business and Management. Jabara is the son of Kirk and Lynne Jabara of Boyne City and a graduate of Boyne City High School.
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It’s the unofficial kickoff to summer. Memorial Day events will take place in several communities this weekend, which include parades, memorial services and even sidewalk sales. Here’s a look at what’s happening in Charlevoix and Emmet counties.
Memorial Day weekend sidewalk sales will take place from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday through Sunday, May 25-27, in the Village at Bay Harbor. Visit www. villageatbayharbor.com for more information.
Bliss Bliss Pioneer Memorial Church hosts its annual Memorial Day service at 2 p.m. Monday, May 28. A ceremony follows at 3 p.m. at Bliss Cemetery.
Boyne City The Boyne area’s Memorial Day services take place Monday, May 28. Cemetery services take place
at the following times: 8 a.m. Memorial Park, Boyne Falls; 8:25 a.m. Memorial Park, Walloon Lake village; 8:50 a.m. Evangeline Cemetery on Clute Road; 9:15 a.m. Dyer Cemetery on Camp Daggett Road; 9:40 a.m. lost at sea remembrance, Veterans Park waterfront in Boyne City; 10:10 a.m. Advance Cemetery on Ridge Road; 10:35 a.m. Wilson Cemetery on Division Street; and 10:45 a.m. Maple Lawn Cemetery on Boyne Avenue. There is a breakfast 7 a.m. at the high school cafeteria for those participating in the services; bus transportation available at 6:45 a.m. from the American Legion hall in downtown Boyne City. A solemn procession, open to any veterans, Gold Star family members and Scouts,
leaves at 11:45 a.m. from the American Legion hall in Boyne City. The Memorial Day service is at noon in Veterans Park. It includes flag raisings, national anthem, Pledge of Allegiance, invocation, placing of wreaths, address, POW/ MIA remembrance, benediction, a rifle salute and Taps, and music by the Boyne City High School band. For more information, call (231) 330-4990 after 2 p.m.
Charlevoix Charlevoix begins its Memorial Day events with a 9 a.m. ceremony and wreath laying Monday, May 28, at Brookside Cemetery. Parade lineup is 9:30 a.m. at Charlevoix Middle School’s parking lot off East Garfield Street. The parade leaves at 10 a.m., proceeding to East Park. Along the way, there will be a wreath laying at Veterans Park. At East Park is the Memorial Day ceremony. It includes the national anthem, Pledge of Allegiance, a presentation, a speech by the mayor, wreath laying in Round Lake for those lost at sea, a firing party and Taps. In the case of inclement weather, the memorial will be at Charlevoix Middle School. For more information or to take part in the parade, call (231) 675-4444.
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Indian River’s Memorial Day parade begins at 1 p.m. Monday, May 28, on South Straits Highway, from Ken’s Village Market to the bridge. There are stops at memorials along the way, with a rifle squad and Taps at the memorial near the dollar store. Several speakers will present at the bridge dedication at the end of the parade; the bridge will be named KIA Memorial Bridge, in honor of the six soldiers killed in action from the area. Following the dedication will be a reading of names at VFW Post 7439 in Indian River. The same group of veterans will participate in Wolverine’s parade at 10 a.m. Monday. The group gathers at VFW Post 7439 at 8:30 a.m., and leaves at 9 a.m. Following the Wolverine parade is a wreath ceremony at the Sturgeon River with Taps.
scheduled for Monday, May 28, as follows: 7:30 a.m. Cavalry Cemetery; 8 a.m. Pesek Cemetery; 8:15 a.m. St. John Nepomucene (Bohemian Settlement) Cemetery; 8:35 a.m. Dunsmore Cemetery; 9:10 a.m. Sunset Hill Cemetery; and 9:20 a.m. Grandvue Medical Care Facility. Troops gather for coffee and doughnuts beginning at 6 a.m. at the American Legion, 305 Main St., and leave for the cemeteries above around 7:15 a.m. A breakfast for veterans will be served at 9:30 a.m. the legion. The parade begins at 10:30 a.m., with lineup at 10 a.m. in GAR Park. Little League teams, service organizations and Scouts are welcome to participate. It proceeds to Memorial Park for a service at 11 a.m., rain or shine. The service includes gun salute, wreath placement, music by the East Jordan High School band and an address. The troops then proceed to the Christopher Taylor Memorial Bridge for a short service for those lost at sea. Also, throughout the weekend, Jordan Valley Glassworks will release about 160 Nijima total into the Jordan River three times a day. The floats are handblown glass representations of the floats Japanese fisherman would use to hold up nets; each of the orbs is engraved with a name of a Northern Michigan military member, dating back to the Civil War, who lost their life while serving. One of the releases will take place during Monday’s Memorial Day parade.
Mackinaw City The Mackinaw City Memorial Day parade will take place at 1 p.m., Saturday, May 26. The parade, which is one of the largest in the state, will be proceeded with music by the Scottville Clown Band at 11 a.m., and a hot dog roast at the American Legion takes place during the parade. Included in the parade are veterans, as well as floats, clowns and the Fort Michilimackinac Pageant cast. For more information, call (231) 436-5578. A Memorial Day ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. Monday, May 28, at the marina lawn. Following is a service at Lakeview Cemetery. For more on Mackinaw City Memorial weekend events, visit www.mackinawcity.com.
Pellston A Memorial Day ceremony, including a flag raising, speakers and honor guard with a 21gun salute and Taps will take place at noon on Monday, May 28, at the veterans memorial on U.S. 31 at Edgar Boulevard.
Petoskey Petoskey’s Memorial Day services begin 8:45 a.m. Monday, May 28, with a ceremony at Greenwood Cemetery. The group then proceeds to ceremonies at the World War I monument across from city hall, with a wreath placement in the Bear River, Taps and salute. The parade begins at 10 a.m., with lineup in the 7-Eleven parking lot. It moves up Mitchell Street to the monuments and gazebo in Pennsylvania Park for a service, which includes wreath placement, speeches, a salute and Taps, as well as other music. A luncheon follows at the American Legion hall.
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Garage sale — Kiwanis Club of Petoskey hosts a garage sale 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday and Saturday, May 25-26, at Knights of Columbus hall, Petoskey. (231) 459-4055.
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Harbor hosts Memorial Day weekend sidewalk sales 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday through Sunday, May 25-27, in the Village at Bay Harbor. www.villageatbayharbor.com.
Fundraiser — Alpine Chocolat Haus hosts a 50 cent ice cream and root beer float fundraiser for Boyne City Little League 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday, May 25 in Boyne City. All proceeds donated to league. (231) 582-9087 or (231) 675-2447.
Dinner — An annual baked chicken dinner is 5-7 p.m. Friday, May 25, at Indian River United Methodist Church, 956 Eagles Nest Rd., Indian River. Takeout available; silent auction. (231) 238-7764.
Dance — A swing dance with the Up North Big Band is 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 25, at the North Central Michigan College cafeteria, Petoskey. Lessons are at 6:45 p.m. $10 adults, $5 students, kids 5 and under free. (231) 675-8311 or www.upnorthbigband.com.
Memorial Day parade — Mackinaw City’s Memorial Day parade takes place 1 p.m. Saturday, May 26, through the village. Music by Scottville Clown Band at 11 a.m.; hot dog roast at the American Legion during parade. (231) 436-5578.
Pageant — The Fort Michilimackinac Pageant takes place Saturday through Monday, May 26-28, in Mackinaw City. Saturday events include shooting range 9 a.m., parade 1 p.m., fashion show 3 p.m., and re-enactment 3:30 p.m. For a complete schedule, visit www.fmpcfestival.org. Sidewalk sale — Bay Harbor hosts Memorial Day weekend sidewalk sales 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday through Sunday, May 26-27, in the Village at Bay Harbor. www.villageatbayharbor.com.
Plant sale — Perennial Garden Club’s plant sale is 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, May 26, at Salvation Army parking lot, Cheboygan. (231) 627-2722 or (231) 625-2857.
Bliss Memorial Day — Bliss Pioneer Memorial Church hosts its annual Memorial Day service at 2 p.m. Monday, May 28. A ceremony follows at 3 p.m. at Bliss Cemetery, Bliss.
Falls; 8:25 a.m. Memorial Park, Walloon Lake village; 8:50 a.m. Evangeline Cemetery on Clute Road; 9:15 a.m. Dyer Cemetery on Camp Daggett Road; 9:40 a.m. lost at sea remembrance, Veterans Park waterfront in Boyne City; 10:10 a.m. Advance Cemetery on Ridge Road; 10:35 a.m. Wilson Cemetery on Division Street; and 10:45 a.m. Maple Lawn Cemetery on Boyne Avenue. Breakfast available 7 a.m. at high school cafeteria for service participants; bus transportation available 6:45 a.m. from the American Legion hall. (231) 330-4990.
Boyne City Memorial Day — The Boyne area’s
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Memorial Day services take place Monday, May 28. A memorial procession leaves at 11:45 a.m. from the American Legion hall in Boyne City. The service is at noon in Veterans Park. Cemetery services take place at the following times: 8 a.m. Memorial Park, Boyne
vice is 1 p.m. Monday, May 28, at Carp Lake Cemetery, Carp Lake.
complete schedule, visit www. fmpcfestival.org.
Sidewalk sale — Bay Harbor hosts Memorial Day weekend sidewalk sales 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday, May 27, in the Village at Bay Harbor. www.villageatbayharbor.com.
MONDAY, MAY 28
Charlevoix Memorial Day — Memorial Day
Cemetery in Charlevoix. Parade starts at 10 a.m. and includes a wreath laying at Veteran’s Park. A ceremony at East Park includes performances, presentations, and speeches. In the case of inclement weather, the memorial will be at Charlevoix Middle School. (231) 6754444.
East Jordan Memorial Day— Memorial Day services in the East Jordan area are scheduled for Monday, May 28, as follows: 7:30 a.m. Cavalry Cemetery; 8 a.m. Pesek Cemetery; 8:15 a.m. St. John Nepomucene (Bohemian Settlement) Cemetery; 8:35 a.m. Dunsmore Cemetery; 9:10 a.m. Sunset Hill Cemetery; and 9:20 a.m. Grandvue Medical Care Facility. Coffee and doughnuts served to troops at 6 a.m. at the American Legion, 305 Main St.; departure for services at 7:15 a.m. A break-
events begin with a 9 a.m. ceremony and wreath laying Monday, May 28, at Brookside
Bridge run — The
Mackinaw Memorial Bridge Run starts 6 a.m. Saturday, May 26, at Bridgeview Park at the north end of Mackinac Bridge. Registration fee is $45 by May 23 or $50 on-site on May 25. (231) 436-5664 or (800) 750-0160 or www. mackinawcity.com.
— Indian River Walleye Tournament shotgun start 6 a.m. Saturday, May 26, leaving from the township launch on the Indian River. Entrance fee $60 per boat. Captains meeting 5:30 p.m. Friday, May 25, at Breaker’s Bar, Topinabee. Weigh-in is 3 p.m. at Fay Martin River Resort in Indian River. (231) 238-9325.
Force Night Flight Jazz Band performs a concert at 8 p.m. Saturday, May 26, at Mission Point Theatre on Mackinac Island. Free. (800) 454-5227.
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Birdwatching — Little Traverse Conservancy presents wetland birdwatching with Sally Stebbins 7:30-9:30 a.m. Saturday, May 26, at Waldron Fen, near Alanson. Free; preregistration required. (231) 347-0991.
Garage sale — Kiwanis Club of Petoskey hosts a garage sale 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, May 26, at Knights of Columbus hall, Petoskey. (231) 459-4055.
SUNDAY, MAY 27
Drag races — Boyne City
Pageant — The Fort Michilimackinac Pageant takes place Sunday and Monday, May 27-28, in Mackinaw City. Sunday events include re-enactment 2:30 p.m. For a
Breakfast is 7-9 a.m. Monday, May 28 at the American Legion, 101 E. Third St., Harbor Springs. A flag raising outside the hall follows. Parade begins at 10 a.m. near city hall, with stops at Zorn Park and Lakeview Cemetery for services.
Indian River Memorial Day — Parade begins at 1 p.m. Monday, May 28, on South Straits Highway, from Ken’s Village Market to the bridge in Indian River. Memorial stops will be made along the route. Bridge dedication after parade; the bridge will be named Memorial KIA
Take the Challenge Smart Commute Week
Concert — The U.S. Air
Police Department hosts drag races noon-5 p.m. Sunday, May 27, at the Boyne City airport, 1040 E. Main St. Driver registration and inspection begins at 8:30 a.m.; driver meeting is 11:45 a.m. Driver admission $30; spectator admission $10, pit pass $15, children under 12 free. (231) 582-6611 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harbor Springs Memorial Day —
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June 4 - 8, 2012 The Commuter Cup Challenge is a friendly workplace competition to encourage area businesses, organizations and their staﬀ members to “Smart Commute” by biking, walking, or carpooling to work. Commuter Cup participants earn points based on the percentage of total employees who “Smart Commute” to work. Teams with the most points at the end of the week win the coveted “Commuter Cup”.
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Tuesday VFW Post 2051 599 W. Conway Rd. (Airport corner, Harbor Springs)
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Wednesday Hudson Township Auxiliary in the Hudson Township Hall, Camp 10 Rd., Elmira.
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Friday, May 25, 2012 •
ONGOING EVENTS 7:07 — Zion Lutheran Church in Petoskey hosts “7:07 rock ‘n’ roll worship” at 7:07 p.m. every Monday, featuring The Ablaze Band. Pizza dinner 6:30-7 p.m. Kids pajama party in the nursery. Contact Randy Hitts, (231) 6223565 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bird walks — Petoskey Regional Audubon Society hosts bird walks 7:30 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays in May. Tuesday walks will be at Pond Hill Farm north of Harbor Springs, and Thursday walks will be at Petoskey’s Bear River Pathway. Walks will last about two hours; bring binoculars and a field guide if possible. Free. (231) 526-1222.
Breakfast — Breakfast is 7:30-11:30 a.m. the first Sunday of the month at the Charlevoix VFW Hall, Charlevoix. There will be an all-you-can-eat selection of pancakes, eggs and sausage. Cost is $5 for adults and $3 for those under 12. Call (231) 675-4444.
Breakfast — Pancake breakfast 8 a.m.noon the first Sunday of the month through June at The Cross in the Woods Family Center, Indian River. Includes pancakes, sausage, ham, hash browns, eggs, toast, fruit, orange juice, coffee, tea and milk. Cost is $7 for adults or $2 for children under 12. (231) 238-8973.
Concert — Pine Lake Winds Band will be playing 7-8:30 p.m. on Tuesdays at the Charlevoix Middle School band room, Charlevoix. Public is welcome. Call Ev Wujcik, (231) 547-6376.
Dance lessons — Dance lessons are 7-9 p.m. Tuesdays at Bay Tennis and Fitness, Harbor Springs. Cost is $6 per person. No partner necessary. May will feature two-step. Call (231) 347-1426.
Jam session — Boyne Arts Collective jam sessions are 10 a.m.-noon Saturdays at Boyne Arts Collective, Boyne City. Visit www. boynearts.org.
Music session — A Celtic music session with Gaeyle Gerrie is 1-3 p.m. the first and third Sunday of the month at Freshwater Studio, Boyne City. Visit www.synergysong. com.
of the month at the Petoskey District Library, Petoskey. Readers must schedule at 15-minute appointment at (231) 758-3112.
Pray Petoskey — Community nondenominational prayer gatherings are in Petoskey as follows: Pray Petoskey 7-8 a.m. Mondays at the Petoskey Friendship Center, noon Tuesdays at Petoskey City Hall and noon-1 p.m. Wednesdays at McLaren — Northern Michigan hospital chapel. (231) 758-0302 or (231) 347-9387.
Serene Jewel Sangha — Serene Jewel Sangha 7:30-9 p.m. Wednesdays in the Donovan Room of the Augustine Center in Conway. The third Wednesday of each month the group meets in noble silence from 7:30-9 p.m. Contact Michael Winnell, (231) 3475557 or email@example.com.
Skate park — The Charlevoix community skate park is open noon-6 p.m. Saturdays in May, weather dependent. $100 season pass, $25 seven-day pass, $5 day pass. Scholarships available. (231) 675-4505.
Walk — Walks with the Indian River Striders are 9 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays leaving from the Indian River Chamber of Commerce parking lot. Runners and walkers meet at 6 p.m. Mondays at Indian River chamber parking lot; yoga warm-up 5:30 p.m. Visit www.indianriverstriders.com.
Exhibit — “The Artist’s Process: From Sketchbook to Finish” is on display May 26-June 25 at Three Pines Studio, Cross Village. Opening reception is 2-7 p.m. Saturday, May 26. (231) 526-9447 or www. threepinesstudio.com.
Exhibit — “In Blooming Color” is on display through June 20 at Charlevoix Circle of Arts, 109 Clinton St., Charlevoix. Gallery hours are 1-5 p.m. Wednesday through Monday. (231) 547-3554 or www.charlevoixcircle.org.
Cancer fundraiser —
Bridge. Following the dedication will be a reading of names at VFW Post 7439 in Indian River.
St. Balderick’s head-shaving event takes place 11 a.m. Monday, May 28, at Mike and Dave’s Barber Shop, 3759 S. Straits Highway, Indian River. Donations benefit childhood cancer research. (231) 2384611.
Mackinaw City Memorial Day — A Memorial Day ceremony is 10 a.m. Monday, May 28, at the marina lawn in Mackinaw City. Service at Lakeview Cemetery to follow.
TUESDAY, MAY 29
Pellston Memorial Day — Service is slated for
Movie — “Puss in Boots”
noon Monday, May 28, at the veterans memorial on U.S. 31 at Edgar Boulevard, Pellston.
is shown for grades six-12 at 3:10 p.m. Tuesday, May 29, at Jordan Valley District Library, East Jordan. (231) 536-7131 or www.jvdl.info.
Petoskey Memorial Day — Ceremony begins at 8:45 a.m. Monday, May 28, at Greenwood Cemetery, Petoskey. Participants proceed to ceremonies at the World War I monument across from city hall. Parade starts at 10 a.m. down Mitchell Street to Pennsylvania Park; memorial to follow. The American Legion hall hosts a luncheon after the ceremonies.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 30
Wolverine Memorial Day — Parade is at 10 a.m. Monday, May 28, in Wolverine. A wreath ceremony at the Sturgeon River follows the parade.
FRIDAY, JUNE 1
Fundraiser — The 29th
“Freedom from Childhood Obesity” 5K run is 9 a.m. Monday, May 28, at the Bear River shelter off Lake Street, Petoskey. Registration is $20 in advance or 7:30-9 a.m. the day of the event. Proceeds benefit Camp Daggett in Petoskey. (231) 622-8828.
annual Hospice of Northwest Michigan Stars for Hospice benefit dinner and auction is 5:30 p.m. Friday, June 1, at Castle Farms, Charlevoix. $100 per person; reservations required. Enjoy cocktails, dining, games, raffles, a live auction and entertainment.
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Michael Cosgrove visits for a book signing 6-8 p.m. Friday, June 1, at McLean and Eakin Booksellers. Free. (231) 3471180 or www.mcleanandeakin.com. concert with local students, teachers and other performing artists is 8-10 p.m. Friday, June 1, at Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. Proceeds benefit Smile Train, a charity that raises money to provide surgeries to people with cleft lips or palates. Tickets are $10 and available at Crooked Tree Arts Center.
Friday & Saturday 9:30p.m. Monday-Thursday 7:00p.m.
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Run — The Memorial Day
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seventh annual Spring Open House is 6-9 p.m. Friday, June 1, in downtown Petoskey. Events include live music, farmers market, community dance 6:30 p.m., fashion show 7 p.m. and more. (231) 622-8504, (231) 487-1188 or www.petoskeydowntown. com.
Christine Byron and Thomas Wilson will discuss their book “Vintage Views Along the West Michigan Pike: From Sand Trails to US-31” 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 30 , at Boyne District Library, 201 E. Main St., Boyne City. (231) 582-7861 or www. boynelibrary.org.
Michilimackinac Pageant takes place Monday, May 28, in Mackinaw City. Monday events include re-enactment 2:30 p.m. For a complete schedule, visit www.fmpcfestival.org.
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Open house — The
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