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March 30, 2013 • Vol. 134 No. 13 514 S. Kalamazoo Ave. in Marshall, MI • Phone 269-781-5444 and FAX 269-781-7766 • www.advisor-chronicle.com

In The News: Being ready in an emergency

April 7-13 is Michigan Severe Weather Awareness Week and officials are reminding citizens of their individual duties to protect their family. “The first priority is to take care of yourself, your family and your neighbors,” said Mike McKenzie, city of Battle Creek Emergency Management Director. “Have a plan. It’s the number one thing you need to have. I highly recommend going to Ready.gov. They have a very comprehensive, very real plan that’s in place to start with.” See story on page 36

Keeping Life In Balance

John Coulter returns to help move Marshall forward with MAEDA initiative Former Marshallite John Coulter returned home in January to fill a position on the newly formed Marshall Area Economic Development Alliance (MAEDA) and has, since that time, has dived into the job head first. “Improving the downtown is something we are actively working on right now,” he said. “I’ve been humbled by parade of people coming through here with the simple question of how can I help. We’ve had such a positive response from the community.” See story on page 35

Preparedness Fair is April 9 The local “Emergency Prep Group,” a volunteer group formed in Marshall, will be holding a free Preparedness Fair on April 9 from 6:30-9 p.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 16036 North US-27 in Marshall. “We’ve spent 15-16 months having different demonstrations and displays on emergency preparedness and a lot of members have picked up skills they didn’t have before,” said Mike Fittro, one of four coordinators for the group. “...Some people see the dangers that can happen and others don’t. We would like to attract more people to be educated on preparing for emergency situations.” See story on page 52

Marshall’s Maddie Rayner continues to speak out against bullying Next month will mark three years since Maddie Rayner, then a seventh grader at Marshall Middle School, and classmate and fellow Girl Scout Alena Buczynski organized an anti-bullying week at the school as well as a vigil at the Brooks Fountain in memory of 15-year-old Phoebe Prince, the Massachusetts girl who took her own life after she was the target of bullying. “Three years ago, I just thought we were going to do some posters, some announcements, an anti-bullying week and then we’d just be done,” said Rayner. “But that is not what happened.” Since then, Rayner has continued her efforts making more than 20 anti-bullying presentations throughout the state. See story on page 44

Non-profit service demand rises: Legislators differ on solutions More than 96 percent of Michigan residents say the need for charities is greater today than in the past and 69 percent of Michigan charities have reported increased demand. One of those charities is the Salvation Army of Battle Creek, just one of 765 registered non profits in Calhoun County that report a combined revenue of $733 million and combined total assets of $3.3 billion. “We see a lot of poverty where we have working poor in Calhoun County, especially with the state not having the earned income tax credit (EITC,)” said Captain Mike Wolfe, commander of the local Salvation Army. “It’s difficult for poor families to make ends meet.” See story on page 30

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Word on the Street Are you prepared for an emergency? Editor’s Corner

Michigan Severe Weather Awareness Week is April 7-13 and an emergency preparedness fair is taking place in Marshall on April 9. Officials say it’s never too early for citizens to make a plan to take care of themselves. Do you have a plan for yourself or your family if an emergency were to take place?

by John Hendler I don’t mean to brag, but I have a birthday coming up this week. Please, gifts aren’t necessary. Where does the time go? Did this one just sneak up on me or what? It seemed like yesterday when I was fretting over turning 30 and fretting even more when I turned 40. Now, I’m only one year away from the big 5-0. Book ’em Danno. Hey, it’s my birthday; I can go with this wherever my skittish brain’s train of thought takes me. I think most of us do this when we’re kids-we check out the famous people that were born on our birthday and the famous events that occurred on that date. I haven’t found many well-known celebrities who share the same birthday as me, unless you count Nancy McKeon, the girl who played Jo Polniazek on the TV show The Facts of Life and Robbie Rist, the boy actor that played cousin Oliver on The Brady Bunch. Robert Downey Jr. was born a year after me and comedian David Cross, who played the character Tobias Funke on Arrested Development and I were born the very same day. And let’s not forget Alicia Silverstone. My friend Walsh’s dad was also born on April 4, but he was Canadian. April 4, 1968 is the day that Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated and April 4 is also the date that President William Henry Harrison died of pneumonia in 1841 after only 30 days in office. Edgar Buchanan, the actor who played Uncle Joe on Petticoat Junction died on April 4, 1979. Lots of curves you bet, even more when you get, to the Junction. On my 11th birthday, Hank Aaron hit his 714th home run to tie Babe Ruth. On my 18th birthday, I saw snow for the first time. On my 19th birthday, North Carolina State shocked heavily favored Houston to win the NCAA men’s basketball championship; you know, the one where coach Jim Valvano was running all over the court looking for somebody to hug after his team won at the buzzer. Five years later, Kansas upset heavily favored Oklahoma. I went to my first Major League Baseball game, albeit a spring training game on April 4, 1976 and saw Reggie Jackson hit a home run to win the game for the Baltimore Orioles over the New York Yankees. Staying with the baseball theme, on April 4, 1948, 84-year-old Connie Mack challenged 78-year-old Clark Griffith to a race from home to first base. The race ended in a tie. Well, I’ve rambled on enough, so I’ll simply say, Happy Birthday To Me. By the way, wouldn’t singing Happy Birthday To You be the logical song of choice for parents to sing to their newborn child right there in the delivery room? Just asking. Until next week, may the good news be yours.

Donald Gray, Battle Creek

Andrew Bies, Marshall

Steve Douglas, Livonia

“I have a fire extinguisher, but other than that, I don’t really prepare or store anything for a disaster.”

“I stock up on water, food, firearms, gas, generators. I’ve been through it (severe weather situations) too many times already.”

“I do not prepare at all. I don’t have water or flashlights or even candles. I’ve never thought about needing to prepare, but I probably should at least have the basic preparation items.”

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“When I was a kid, we always had a safety plan, but as an adult, I don’t have a plan.”

“I always make sure to have water on hand in case of an emergency situation.”

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“I think I do some preparation things naturally - I make sure to have working flashlights, batteries and candles, and I know to head to the basement in case of a weather emergency.”

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doors on Feb. 19. What a wonderful feeling for us to become part of the downtown retailers. We want to thank the city of Marshall, the ad-visor&chronicle, the Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce, the florists and many other businesses that have

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Why is Marshall High School’s prom in Kalamazoo? To the Editor: Marshall prom in Kalamazoo? Really? We received a letter from Marshall High School informing us that the junior/senior prom would be in Kalamazoo instead of Battle Creek because of a scheduling conflict. The letter stated it was a short 40-minute drive. What it should have said is “it’s a 40-minute drive on I-94,” which we don’t even like to drive. Let’s send our kids out on I-94 with a car full of friends who are all excited about the night ahead. Let’s hope the driver stays focused. The late night drive home will be accompanied by tired semi drivers and other potentially weary travelers. A lot of these kids have older cars and some of them don’t even

drive, which leaves their parents with hours to fill while waiting for the prom to end. Not only do they (we) have the cost of prom tickets ($27), but also dresses, tuxedos, dinner, flowers and now, gas to Kalamazoo. We hope they don’t have to pay to park. They (MHS) rationalize this by saying a lot of kids go to Kalamazoo to eat, which may be true, but a lot of kids don’t. After a late night of fun, we would prefer our children to be closer to home to ensure they and their date return home safely. We’re wondering why we don’t pay back the community we so often ask for donations. They all come through for us several times a year. We have

Cedar Crest and the Marshall Activity Center, which are both large enough to accommodate this event. Better yet, let’s have it at our high school, which we did for many years. The cost of that venue is nothing. Prom tickets would not need to be so costly if we utilized what we have. Let’s support our community. We have discussed our concerns with many other parents who are as puzzled as we are about this situation. We just don’t get it. Crystal Elliott, Roni Blanchard, Marshall

Final vote on Oaklawn overlay district is April 1 To the Editor: The City Council has scheduled a final vote on the proposed Oaklawn Hospital zoning plan for Monday, April 1. It appears our council is maintaining its steadfast support of this plan that will

give the hospital maximum development flexibility. Under this plan, future hospital leaders will not need to answer questions or deal with objections. They will be permitted to demolish tax-paying structures, build tax-exempt surface

parking lots and add buildings up to 80 feet in height next to residential properties. This meeting will start at 7 p.m. in the City Council chambers. Council’s approval could sound the starting gun for the largest de-

molition project in the history of our town with unknown consequences. Keith Mengel, Marshall


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MHS girls soccer off to fast start Open season with back to back home wins

photos by John Hendler

Marshal High School varsity soccer player Sydney Reichenbaugh scored the Redhawks’ first goal in the season opener versus Brooklyn Columbia Central on March 25 which Marshall won 4-1.

Marshall’s Lauren Feasel, left, races Paw Paw’s Kaley Buck to the ball.

Chelsea Tobias scored the lone goal in Marshall’s 1-0 win over Paw Paw on March 27. Tobias’ goal came in the game’s seventh minute.

Marshall keeper Kelsey Postema stretches to make the second half save.

Katie Blank looks to pass to an open teammate.


Sports seasons resume after spring break Catch the advisor&chronicle’s spring sports preview April 6

photo by John Hendler

Members of the Marshall High School boys track and field team had practice outside March 26 despite temps in the 30’s. Both the MHS boys and girls teams competed at an indoor meet in Hillsdale on March 27. Marshall will host its first outdoor meet of the season on Tuesday, April 9 versus Sturgis.

Marshall girls track and field win Hillsdale indoor meet Redhawks place first out of 15 schools The Marshall High School girls track and field team placed first at the Hillsdale indoor meet on March 27. “It was an amazing way to start the season,” said girls coach Steve Wissink. “We haven’t been able to do many quality workouts due to the weather, but the girls are talented and we came out on top. Our senior leaders (Sharissa Meeks, Sarah Huffman, Breanna Morgan and Alyssa Shumaker) led the way, and everyone else chipped in.” Four freshmen score points, and Kitana Espinoza placed in four events. “Once we get everyone on board, healthy, and working hard, we’re going to be a tough team to beat,” said Wissink. “Our freshmen now know that competing on the varsity level is going to be a lot tougher than middle school, and hopefully it will motivate them to work that much harder. I’m very proud of the girls, this was a huge win to start the season.”

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60 Meter Dash – 1st Sharissa Meeks, 3rd Kitana Espinoza 60 Hurdles – 3rd Caitlyn Quinn 200 Dash – 2nd Meeks, 5th Espinoza, 7th Lauren Becker 400 Dash – 1st Sarah Huffman, 6th Cassandra Barlow 1600 Meters – 6th Monica Lubis, 8th Caitlin Schalow 3200 Meters – 5th Lubis, 6th Breanna Morgan, 8th Tiffany Gross Long Jump – 1st Espinoza High Jump – 7th Huffman Pole Vault – Taylor Jungel 1600 Medley Relay – 4th Becker, Espinoza, Huffman, Morgan 1600 Relay – 4th Meeks, Barlow, Hannah Koch, Huffman

photo by John Hendler

Marshall JV softball coach Matt West, during practice March 25.

MHS varsity baseball splits opener at Jackson

photo by John Hendler

Marshall High School varsity tennis player Morgan McCoy at practice March 25. Following spring break, the tennis The Marshall High School varsity baseball team opened team will play at Lakeview on April 10 and will host St. Phil its season with a doubleheader split at Jackson, losing the on April 11. opener 9-8 and winning the nightcap, 5-2. Chase Bennett took the loss in relief in game one. Collin Neal started and lasted 4 1/3 innings. Offensively, Neal led the Redhawks going 2-2 at the plate including a grand slam and 4 RBI. Also, Chase Bennett picked up a two out, 2 RBI hit. He finished 2-2 at the plate. In the second game, Alex Walton picked up the win going 4 innings, scattering a couple hits, striking out five and walking none. Antonio Lerma came in to close the game, putting Jackson down in order. Offensively many Redhawks picked up hits including Drew Maisner 1-2, 1 RBI. Also getting hits were Mitch Konkle, Collin Neal, Chase Bennett and Brent Elliott. “Overall, we fought back well in game two to secure the split,” said coach Trevor Kelly. “We were frustrated that we let game one get away after running out to a 7-2 lead, but understand that when we make mistakes, those things will happen. I was proud of the overall effort and that we had so many different players step up offensively and defensively.” The team returns to action April 10, hosting Parchment.


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