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June 2, 2012 • Vol. 133 No. 22 514 S. Kalamazoo Ave. in Marshall, MI • Phone 269-781-5444 and FAX 269-781-7766 • www.advisor-chronicle.com

In The News: Rodney Detty named 2012 Veteran of the Year

American Legion Post 79 Commander Rodney Detty, 69, of Marshall was named the 2012 Veteran of the Year during Memorial Day ceremonies in Marshall. “He’s a good, dedicated American legionnaire,” said American Legion Vice Commander Bud Moe. “He goes to every meeting, and he is just one of those guys who keeps everything rolling.” Moe presented Detty with the Veteran of the Year plaque at Monday’s Memorial Day ceremony at Oakridge Cemetery. See story on page 40

Memorial Day 2012: Some gave all and all gave some Hundreds gathered downtown Marshall on Monday, May 28 for the annual Memorial Day parade. Participants paid tribute to fallen veterans and remembered loved ones who had gone before them. Marshallites sang along with veterans to patriotic songs, thanked veterans by waving American flags as they passed by and joined in with them at Oakridge Cemetery for a ceremony of remembrance. See photos on page 41

Ginger Williams named next Oaklawn President and CEO The Oaklawn Hospital Board of Directors has named Chief Medical Officer Dr. Ginger Williams to serve as the next president and chief executive officer of the hospital. Following 40 years of service to Oaklawn, current president and CEO Rob Covert will be retiring in January. “Ginger has been an incredibly dedicated servant to this hospital, and she has the tremendous respect as a leader from me, the board and her peers,” Covert said. “I know she will do an outstanding job in guiding Oaklawn into the future. I have the greatest possible confidence in her exceptional talents, and I believe the Marshall community as a whole will be better place because of her leadership in the years ahead.” See story on page 12

Josh Webb is living his dream Ask Josh Webb what makes him happy and what he does well and his answer will be one and the same: music. Webb plays viola, drums, piano and guitar but his main instrument, he says, is his voice. Today, Webb will graduate from Marshall High School and before receiving his diploma, will perform at the graduation ceremony as a member of the Marshall Singers. Now, with his high school years coming to a close, Webb plans to pursue his dream, planning to major in contemporary Christian Music at Greenville College, located in southern Illinois near St. Louis. See story on page 39

Crossroads welcomes new staff member, Miss Indiana, Jackie Jerlecki Crossroads Church and Ministries recently welcomed a new member to their staff, Jackie Jerlecki, 23, of Goshen, Ind., the current Miss Indiana, who will be taking over the youth director position while her boyfriend Evan Sharpley is playing minor league baseball in Ohio. “Even though she’s Miss Indiana, she’s really human,” Pastor Clare Loughrige said. “There is an un-reality of image in our society that doesn’t allow us to see people as they are instead of how they are depicted being airbrushed in pictures or on TV. It’s only a reflection of their image. Having a role model like Jackie is something kids need more than anything.” See story on page 36

Taking the first step T

he Class of 2012 is ready to take the first steps toward its future. Around the globe, students are looking forward to college, trade school or employment. Some have already experienced the pomp and circumstance of leaving high school and moving on. Others anticipate the ceremonial transition. Representing the varied dreams of the Class of 2012 are Anna Seifert who plans to study anthropology, sociology, art, peace and global studies or women’s and gender studies at Earlham College. This fall, Chris Wilson will attend Kenyon College to study theatre or something in the sciences. See story on page 58


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What advice do you have for the graduating seniors? Editor’s Corner

Thousands of high school seniors throughout the area will receive their high school diplomas this weekend, marking the end of one chapter in their lives and the start of another. What advice do you have to offer to the Class of 2012?

by John Hendler Dear Graduates, Congratulations on a job well done and I wish you all the best as you embark on life’s journey. I'm sure you'll hear all those words of wisdom about achieving your milestone from just about everyone you'll encounter this weekend, especially us older folk. Some of you may roll your eyes when you hear for the 20th time how you should follow your dreams or how you shouldn't be afraid to try new things. These people are telling you this because they were your age once (shocking, but true) and for a lot of folks, when they tell you to follow your dreams, what they are really telling you is they regret not following their own dreams or they regret not doing something because maybe they were afraid to. I'm not suggesting that you join the French Foreign Legion or bungee jump off Mt Everest, I'm just saying be sure to live your life, and just as importantly, enjoy your life. Believe it or not, one day you too will be 43 and 53 and 63 and when you look back, you will realize how short a time we are all actually on this planet. Now that I've gotten the “serious” aspect of your lives out of the way, here is what advice I wish I had been told when I graduated from high school way back in 1982. I can’t believe it’s been 30 years But first, let me tell you what I was actually told. My father did not impart any words of wisdom when I was about to go away to college. He was very much 'old school' (walked five miles to school barefoot in the snow, uphill both ways, etc.) and didn't have time for any reflective thoughts or any sentimental words before my departure. As I got into the car to make the 1,000-mile drive to school, he said to me: “Don't pick up hitchhikers and if you do drugs, I'll kill you.” He “gently” pushed me into the car, shut the door, turned around and walked into the house. That was it. The rest I’d have to figure out myself. As for what I wish I had been told when I graduated, I could not put it so eloquently as the group Bowling for Soup does in their song, High School Never Ends: And the only thing that matters Is climbing up that social ladder Still care about your hair and the car you drive Doesn't matter if you're 16 or 35… The whole damn world is just as obsessed With who's the best dressed and who's having sex Who's got the money, who gets the honeys Who's kind of cute and who's just a mess And you still don't have the right look And you don't have the right friends Nothing changes but the faces, the names and the trends High school never ends Or, on a more positive note, the lyrics from Mama Cass Elliot’s Make Your Own Kind Of Music: Nobody can tell ya There’s only one song worth singing They may try to and sell ya Cause it hangs them up to see someone like you... But you’ve gotta make your own kind of music Sing your own special song Make your own kind of music Even if nobody else sings along Good luck graduates. May the good news always be yours.

Kristene McCavit, Quincy

Brent Bailey, Battle Creek

Raquel Flores-Clemons, Chicago

“Go to college. Get a good education.”

“Never be discouraged by anyone else’s opinion.”

“Go to college and take advantage of career development offers.”

Terry Nostrant, Marshall

Jonathan Kuik, Champaign, Ill.

Jordan Young, Marshall

“Get as much financial education as you can.”

“Find whatever you love and make it your hobby. Go to school to be an engineer.”

“Have fun while you can. Life gets serious, so be ready for it.”

Letters It’s decision time for the Hospital Campus Overlay District

‘Stand up and speak out’ to regain control To the Editor: The citizens of Marshall will soon be asked to approve the Oaklawn Hospital Overlay District through their council members. Residents living in the immediate area of the hospital have suffered physical, mental emotional and financial stress for years due to the mess exploding around them. Little consideration has been given to these people in the past, not will it be given in the future if this passes. We have had a flagrant violation of conflict of interest with the vice mayor voting to support hospital interests in the past. Our updated Conflict of Interest Policy allows our council to vote in ways, which show little consideration for the general public. The mayor stated that those who did not show up at the public hearing to challenge this policy were cowards. Military veterans do not appreciate that attitude.

The Downtown Development Authority is being left out of the planning and development of this area although they have a strong personal interest and financial investment in it. Could this be as a result of challenging some of the hospital positions publicly? (Editor’s Note: At the May 21 council meeting, Mayor Jim Dyer publicly stated that he would be extending an opportunity for the DDA to give a presentation during the public hearing at the June 4 council meeting and the DDA has since accepted that offer). A gentleman asked a hospital administrator after a Hospital and Neighborhood Committee meeting why they are destroying the original hospital and neighborhood with their expansion project. He was told that he was the “biggest idiot in town” for asking that question. As leaders, is this how we hope to develop positive, co-

operative and open communications with our citizens? We can disagree agreeably and reach common ground. Insulting, belittling and ignoring people will not help us develop the warm, friendly environment we have enjoyed in the past. Controlling and stifling open discussion in council and supportive committee meetings will not accomplish what our residents want, need and have a right to expect. We need and want a viable hospital in Marshall. We also want a pleasant community to live in. I am sure we can develop a compromise situation, which can be supported by all residents, but not in the downtown area. We do not need or want the noise, distraction and inconvenience of blocked streets. At present, it looks as though the hospital plan will be jammed down our throats, just as Marshall citizens have complained about it the past.

This can only happen if we allow it, and we will have no one to blame but ourselves. If you want to regain control of your city, stand up, speak out call your councilperson and come to the 6 p.m. council meeting on June 4 for the public hearing. Let us know what you want and then hold us accountable for your request. (Another meeting will be held on the subject on June 18, with possible action on the matter. If no action is taken, subsequent meetings are scheduled to take place on July 2 and July 16 if more discussion is needed). I personally feel this matter should be tabled until after Rob Covert (Oaklawn Hospital President and CEO) reties and a new hospital administrator is in control. We may also have some new council members at that time. Wayne Booton, Ward 1 Councilman

Veteran’s Corner - Scaling back and adjusting priorities I have been doing VA claims and helping veterans for the American Legion for over six years. I did my first claim in February of 2006. Don Weberling Just prior to that, I American Legion Post was the chapter ser79 Service Officer vice coordinator for

the Vietnam Veterans of America. That is really where I got my start helping veterans with VA claims. In the past three years, I have, because I love the work that I do and because I love a challenge, have taken on too much. I have found myself with no life of my own. I have known for sometime that something had to give. I have finally decided to stop doing any

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Memorial Day 2012 A Day of Remembrance

The Marshall High School band played several patriotic selections to honor the local military men. Photos by Corinne Kellogg VFW Commander Merlin Shaver places the wreath. (Photo by John Hendler)

Following the 21 gun salute, left, veteran Ken Reddick, right, played TAPS.

VFW members show respect for their last member to pass, Fred Reyer.

Left: Widow Faye Berry, 83, of Marshall pays tribute to her late husband John Berry by attending the parade. Right: The Pierce family of Battle Creek came out to show their patriotism.

Left: VFW Commander Merlin Shaver lows the flag to honor the fallen military men. Right: Lloyd Fowler of Marshall salutes during the singing of God Bless America.

Marshall’s Joan Rapp shows her love for her country with her Memorial Day apparel.

Left: George Youngdahl sings the National Anthem, while American Legion Commander Rod Detty salutes. Right: American Legion Commander Rod Detty presents Parade Grand Marshal Bud Moe with a plaque.


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Soccer starts off defense of district in big way Marshall ends game at halftime with 10-1 win over Belding in tournament opener After scoring just one goal during a three-game losing streak, the Marshall High School girls varsity soccer team opened its district tournament with a 10-goal first half outburst to defeat Belding 10-1 on May 29 in a contest that ended at halftime. Brianna Kalisz led Marshall with four goals, while Sydney Reichenbaugh score two goals. Vicki Sell and Layla Harkey each had one goal and two assists. Also scoring foe Marshall were Tristan Tobias and Carmen O’Dell. The victory put Marshall into the semifinal game Thursday versus OdessaLakewood. Results were not available by press time. A Marshall win would put then in today’s (June 2) final at 11 a.m. at Pennfield High School versus either Delton-

Kellogg or Pennfield. Delton-Kellogg defeated Olivet 5-0 in the opening round, while Pennfield shut out Portland 4-0.

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Carmen O’Dell scores Marshall’s fourth goal in the May 29 district tournament opener.

Brianna Kalisz scored Marshall’s first goal in the game’s sixth minute and had four overall.

Sydney Reichenbaugh scores Marshall’s ninth goal in the game’s 31st minute. Reichenbaugh had two goals in the 10-1 victory.

Catie Forgash takes the ball down the left sideline. Forgash assisted on Marshall’s sixth goal

Vicki Sell scored one goal and had two assists in the 10-1 win over Belding.

Balancing act: Kayla DeBow gets control of the ball at midfield midway through the first half.


Four MHS track and field MHS baseball, softball MHS golfers vie for teams ousted in district regional tourney spot athletes compete at state meet today opener Marshall High School track and field athletes Kelsey Darling, Tevy Wheatley, Isaiah Fontaine and Jesse Bouwens compete today, Saturday June 2 at the Div.2 state track and field championships at Houseman Field in Grand Rapids. Darling, seeded 8th, will

Both the Marshall High School varsity baseball and softball teams saw their respective seasons come to an end May 29 as both teams lost their district tournament opener at Parma Western. The softball team was shutout 11-0 as Marshall was held to just two hits with Emma McCarthy and Lauren Long each collecting a single. The softball team finished its season with an 11-18 record. The baseball team lost a 4-3 decision.

be competing in the high jump; Wheatley in the 800 meters; Bouwens in the 400 meters; and Fontaine in the 100 meters and long jump. Gates open at 8 a.m. with field events getting underway at 9:30 a.m. and track events beginning at 10 a.m.

MHS grad Danielle Hicks named Alma College basketball MVP

MHS swimmers Delaney Hurst and Josh Webb named Academic AllAmericans The Marshall High School boys varsity golf team hosted the district tournament Friday at Marshall Country Club with regional tournament spots on the line. The regional tournament is Friday, June 8 near Mason. Pictured from the May 21 SMAC league tournament are Brandon Hawkins, above, and Chris Morgan, below. (Photos by John Hendler)

At the Alma women's basketball banquet in late March, coach Kiesha Brown announced that Danielle Hicks, a 2010 Marshall High School graduate, was voted by her coaches and teammates as this year's Most Valuable Player. Hicks was also presented with the Best Defensive Player Award. She had a total of 186 rebounds for the season (146 during conference games) - averaging 8.5 per game. She came in second place for MIAA rebounds for the season behind Albion's Patty Rewa, who had 152 rebounds for the season. In conference games, Hicks also led the team in points scored, steals and assists. She also tied for first place with teammate Morgan Henry in blocked shots. Overall in the conference, Hicks also came in 20th in scoring, eighth in blocked shots, and eighth in overall playing time (averaging nearly 31 minutes per game). She also made MIAA Player of the week during the sixth week of the season.

photo by John Hendler

Marshall High School swimmers and graduating seniors Delaney Hurst and Josh Webb were named Academic All-Americans for 2012. To be honored, studentathletes must maintain at least a 3.75 grade-point-average. Hurst and Webb are the school’s 66th and 67th swimmer or diver to achieve Academic All-American status.

Redhawk Basketball Camp for boys in June; girls camp in July The Redhawk Basketball Camp for boys will take place June 11-14 and June 18-21 at the Marshall High School Gym. The camp for grades 2-6 will take place from 9 a.m. until noon and the camp for grades 7-10 will take place from 1-4 p.m. The cost is $50 per week and participants may sign up for either or both weeks ($100). Registration fee includes a T-Shirt. For more informa-

tion contact the high school athletic department at 269781-1314. Registration forms are available online at the high school athletic page at www.marshall.k12.mi.us. The Redhawk Basketball Camp for girls will take place July 16-20 at the MHS Gym. Grades 2-6 will go from 9-11:30 a.m. and grades 710 will go from 1-3:30 p.m. The cost is $55. Fore more information, call 269-781-1314.

Supermileage competition is June 7-8 The 33rd Annual SAE Supermileage Competition returns to Eaton Proving Grounds June 7-8 as college engineering teams from around North America and the world test and run their vehicles to see which school can achieve the most miles per gallon. Last year’s winner was Universite’ de Sherbrooke from Quebec, which attained 2,158 miles per gallon.

Cheerleading camp at Redhawk football camp coming in June The Redhawk Football field. shirt. care of head coach Jim HenMHS June 25-27 Skills and Technique Camp The camp will be held Water will be provided, dershot, 701 N. Marshall The Marshall High School varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders will be hosting a public youth cheerleading camp June 25-27 at the high school. The camp will run from 8 a.m. to noon each day at a cost of $50 for early registration. Registration information can be obtained via the high school athletic office at 269-781-1314.

for area-wide football players entering fifth through eighth grade for the 2012-13 school year will take place June 25-27 at Marshall High School’s football practice fields, located behind the school next to the softball

each of the three days from 9-11:30 a.m and will be led by the MHS football coaching staff and players. The cost of the camp is $40 (checks payable to Marshall Football) per player and registration includes a t-

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$

2010 NISSAN MURANO #17337. 63K miles, AWD, Book Value $23,575

NOW

18,490

$

#17318. Extended Cab, 21K., loaded

22,990

$

2008 DODGE RAM 1500 HEMI #3092A. SLT, leather, 4x4, 69K miles. Book value over $25,000

NOW

#17358. 4 cyl., loaded, 64K miles.

NOW

9,995

$

2011 CHEVY SILVERADO NOW

2008 SATURN VUE XE

18,668

$

2011 CHEVY IMPALA

2010 JEEP PATRIOT 4X4 #17341. 49K miles

#17322. 11K miles

NOW

17,995

$

NOW

13,999

$

ONLY

15,560

$

2010 DODGE CALIBER SXT

2009 CHEVY IMPALA 4 DR.

#17373. 51K miles

#3082A. Loaded, great commuter car.

NOW

13,980

$

7,900

$

ONLY

2001 CHEVY CRUZE

2008 CHEVY UPLANDER

2009 PONTIAC VIBE GT

2008 CHEVY EQUINOX LT

#17370. 7K miles, LT, loaded.

#17331. 7 passenger, loaded, must see!

#17335. 43K miles, sunroof, awesome!

#17345. 58,000 miles

NOW

17,999

$

NOW

12,990

$

NOW

15,900

$

ONLY

15,990

$

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