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June 1, 2013 • Vol. 134 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:

Marshall Alternative High School thrives in KCC East The word “change” is one of those heavily weighted words in almost any language. To some, it is a word that evokes dread; a sense of walking into a void of the unknown or unfamiliar, certainly unpleasant. To others, “change” is a source of energy and excitement; a challenge gladly met to forge a new path forward in some way. It’s this latter interpretation of “change” that has energized the evolution of Marshall Alternative High School, founded almost seven years ago. “When the Marshall Alternative High School first opened, ours was one of six such schools in the county,” said guidance counselor Kathy Dowd. “Now the only other one is Calhoun County Alternative High School. We have found there is a need for our type of school in the eastern part of Calhoun County.” See story on page 44

Merlin Shaver named Veteran of the Year On Memorial Day, a time when many Americans honor those who have sacrificed for their country, the VFW Post 4073 also honored one of their own, Merlin Shaver as the 2013 Veteran of the Year. “It was a great day for me,” said Shaver of Marshall. “This is a great award. It’s nice to be recognized.” At the Memorial Day ceremony at Oakridge Cemetery, VFW Post Commander Rolene Amsler presented Shaver with the award. “He is one of the most active members of the post at the age of 89 years old,” Amsler said. “Merlin is an amazingly patriotic individual, with great pride in VFW Post 4073 and America. His efforts will live well into the future.” See story on page 20

Rolene Amsler - Paving the way for women in service For Rolene Amsler of Marshall, it was not only her first time leading the Memorial Day ceremonies on May 27 as the new VFW Post 4073 Commander, but it was the first time a woman has led them. “She fits right in,” said former VFW Post Commander Merlin Shaver. “She’s doing a good job.” Amsler spent a total of 20 years in the Air Force and Air Force reserves. “Military is what you make of it,” she said. “My godfather once told me, ‘It can be what you make of it or be the worst thing in the world.’ I tell kids that now that are going in the military. I tell them if they put their heart and soul into it, they’ll get heart and soul out of it.” See story on page 28

Family remembers Marshall’s Chelsea Mead with a plaque at Brooks Fountain

The Marshall community wishes all your hopes and dreams come true.

Chelsea Mead of Marshall (a 2002 MHS grad) died March 4 at age 29 after battling Lupus, which she was diagnosed with at 25. For her family, losing Chelsea at such a young age has taken a toll. On May 21, as a memorial to Chelsea, a plaque was installed on a bench at the Brooks Memorial Fountain. “This gives us a place where we can visit with her,” said Chelsea’s brother Ryan. “We invite anyone who loved Chelsea and is going through a hard time to come down to the bench.” See story on page 30

Dream BIG and make us proud!

Marshall High School sports teams begin post season The Marshall High School varsity baseball team plays at Pennfield today, June 1, in its district tournament semi final at 10 a.m. Also today, MHS freshman Kitana Espinoza competes at the state meet in the 200 meters and long jump. The MHS girls varsity soccer team opened its post season with a dramatic come- from-behind win at Williamston on May 29, while the MHS boys golf team won its district tournament on May 29 to advance to the June 7 regional tournament at Marshall Country Club. See sports section

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ll across the region and throughout the country, the Class of 2013 is ready to take the first step towards its future. Representing the Class of 2013 from Marshall High School are Lauren Long, who plans to attend Western Michigan University and Ben Hendler, who plans to attend the University of Michigan. Read what Lauren and Ben have to say about their high school experiences and share advice for their fellow classmates. See story on page 10


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Word on the Street 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 2013?

by John Hendler Dear Graduates (and this includes my son, Ben), 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 31 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.

Donna Young, Battle Creek

Cathy Fry, Marshall

Karin DeGraw, Marshall

"You're now venturing into the best part of your life - enjoy it.”

"Make a start in a direction and keep moving.”

Chris Carothers, Jackson

Sandy Hough, Galesburg

"Don't drink, don't smoke, and don't hang with the kids who do.”

"If you know in your heart that it's wrong, don't do it.”

“Live your dreams.”

Brittany Mosher, Homer "Go to college and stay in college.”

Letters Plans underway for July 19-20 Relay for Life event To the Editor: Just as the effects of a challenging economy are felt by families in every community, cancer, too, has a far-reaching impact. No matter how the stock market is performing or what the current unemployment rate may be, there are still many people battling a cancer diagnosis and many others who are lending support alongside loved ones every day. Cancer does not care your age – infants and young children are affected as well as teens and adults. These realities make the dollars donated and volunteer hours devoted to the American

Cancer Society – a part of the communities of Marshall, Albion, Homer and Tekonsha for many years – critically important. Local volunteers are a huge part of a nationwide effort to save lives from cancer, but additional people are needed for the progress to continue. Plans are under way for the Society’s annual fundraiser, Relay For Life, which will be held at the Calhoun County Fairgrounds in Marshall on July 19-20. The money raised at Relay enables the American Cancer Society to deliver on its mission of helping people stay well, helping people get well,

finding cures and fighting back against the disease. Relay provides the Society with money to support vital, cutting-edge cancer research. It also provides cancer patients with free wigs, transportation to treatment, free lodging at our Hope Lodge. The Society publishes lifesaving literature on cancer prevention, detection and tobacco control; and develops a new generation of medicines that help those battling cancer. Now is the time for individuals, families, community groups, corporations and small businesses to commit their Relay For Life team participation. Join us

at this event to celebrate those who have battled cancer, remember those lost, fight back against this terrible disease, and help the American Cancer Society realize its vision of a world with less cancer and more birthdays. To sign up, participate or learn how you may volunteer, call the branch office in Portage at 269-349-87198, or visit RelayForLife.org/CalhounCountyEas tMI Joy Sommers, Calhoun County-East Relay For Life Chairperson and cancer survivor

A Christian Perspective: be on the right side when you die To the Editor: Observing our world through Christian eyes – there truly is “nothing new under the sun” (Eccles. 1:9). Whether it’s crime, deceit (lying), pride, selfishness or any other failing of mankind, evil is as prolific in our world as it was when Christians were thrown to the lions in Rome for entertainment. The gods worshipped today are also the same. Man has the illusion he is in control with his money, power and of course, pride. Compared the goddesses with the same worship of the body today (pornography, domestic abuse in the name of love and stalking another hopes of possessing them). America is supposed to be a Christian nation and in comparison to other

countries, it fares well. Compare us to God’s Word though and we fall far short. Babies were sacrificed to appease the gods Molech (Leviticus 18:21) and Baal (Jeremiah 19:4-5). We do the same with abortion, only we sacrifice the baby for our own personal desires. Do not make the mistake thinking God will not judge us for these things. He will not always “strive with man” (Genesis 6:3-5). As we go further down this road, we draw closer to His judgment. The gay movement is just the most recent rebellion – telling God we are right and he is wrong (Romans 1:26-28). Other countries worship various gods, but as in the beginning, there is still only one God (Mark 12:29-30).

America is perhaps the last voice for Jesus Christ. It matters not whether man accepts the truth – it is still the truth (John 14:6). I pray many will choose Him before they die and it is too late (Acts 7:49-51 and Luke 16:1931). Please read this. Whatever is going on in your life, all your struggles can be reduced to the same old battle between good and evil. Please make sure you are on the right side in this life, so you’ll be on the right place when you die. May you have eyes to see and ears to hear (Acts 26:18 and II Timothy 4:3-4. The final choice is truly up to you. Sharon Amsler, Marshall


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Marshall baseball takes on Pennfield at district Beats Jackson NW to advance to district semi final

photos by Katharine Harrington

The Marshall High School varsity baseball team won its pre-district opening round game May 28, beating Jackson Northwest 7-1. Collin Neal, above left, pitched seven innings, allowing one run on five hits and striking out five. Ben Walton, below left, went 2-3 with a double and RBI. Chase Bennett, below center, was 4-4 with a double and RBI. Josh Devore, below right, had a base hit as did Drew Maisner and Dan Welke. Marshall takes on Pennfield today, Saturday, June 1 at 10 a.m. at Pennfield in the district semifinal. Pictured at bat, above right, is Mitch Konkle.

photos by John Hendler

MHS youth football camps in June and July

Boys and girls basketball camps in June

MHS Youth Football Camp June 24,25,26 from 9-11:30 a.m. at Gordon Elementary School Athletes entering 3rd thru 8th grades Cost: $40

Boys Basketball Camp with Nick Dent June 10-14 Grades 2 through 6 will run from 9 a.m. until noon and grades 7 through 10 from 1-4 p.m. The camp will be held at Marshall Middle School.

MHS High School Football Camp July 22,23,24,25 from 9-11:30 a.m. at Gordon Elementary School Athletes entering 9th-12th grade Cost: $40 Participants do not need to be from Marshall to attend camp Registration forms and camp details available at www.Redhawkpride.com Email marshallfootball@marshallpublicschools.org with questions.

Girls Basketball Camp with Sal Konkle June 17-21 Grades 2 through 6 will attend the morning session from 911:30 a.m. and grades 7 through 10 will attend the afternoon session from 1-3:30 p.m. The camp will be held at Marshall Middle School. Please contact the Marshall High School athletic office for sign up information at 701 North Marshall Avenue, or by calling 269781-1314. Registration forms are also available on the Marshall Public Schools website, marshall.k12.mi.us


Marshall golfers advance to June 7 regional Tanor Blowers’ 73 leads Redhawks The Marshall High School boys golf team won its district tournament on May 29 at Binder Park Golf Course in Battle Creek and advanced to the regional tournament which will be held June 7 at the Marshall Country Club. The top three teams and top three individual golfers not on qualifying teams will advance to the state tournament the following weekend. Marshall was led by Tanor Blowers, left, who shot 73, including 33 on the front nine. Aaron McCoy, center, shot 80, while Brooks Bultemeier, far right, Brandon Hawkins, below left, and Zack Weaver, below right, each shot 81. Marshall finished 18 shots ahead of second place Mason.

photos by John Hendler

Olivet golfer Keagan Carpenter advances to regional

Marshall Jr. Equestrian wins District 15 title

photo by Eddie Collins

On May 19 the Marshall Junior Equestrian Team competed in Coldwater against other middle schools in the region. They competed in Halter, Showmanship, Equitation, Horsemanship and Pleasure Classes. The team from that consisted of members from Marshall Middle School and Mar Lee school went on to become District 15 Region B Division C Champions. The team also captured the Sportsmanship award for the day. From left: Annabel Westfall, Megan DeSmet, Alexis Coates, Megan McFadden and Coach Mary Stockel Adams.

Olivet High School junior Keagan Carpenter, by virtue of his performance at last week’s district tournament, will play in the regional tournament on his home course, The Medalist, on Thursday, June 6th. Carpenter, pictured here earlier this month, shot 80 at the KVA championship and clinched third place overall All-KVA First Team.


‘A big win for the program’ Marshall comes back in dramatic fashion to beat state contender Williamston 2-1 Lauren Feasel hits game-winning PK with 14 seconds left By JOHN HENDLER News Editor

After being outplayed for most of the game’s first 55 minutes and trailing Williamston 1-0 in the district tournament opening round game, the Marshall High School girls varsity soccer team not only dominated play over the course of the final 25 minutes, but also scored twice to beat the host team and advance to the May 30 district semi final game versus Leslie. (Results not available at press time.) With just under 19 minutes to play Marshall’s Chelsea Tobias’ shot hit the right post, which ushered a sequence of events led to Tobias’ centering pass to Layla Harkey, who headed the ball past Williamston goalkeeper Caitlyn Clem to tie the game with 18:22 to play. With momentum clearly on their side, Marshall kept the pressure on during the game’s final minutes and seconds. With about 20 seconds left, Harkey, with the ball near the top of the Williamston penalty area, weaved through several defenders before being brought down in the penalty area with 14 seconds remaining. Lauren Feasel then converted the penalty kick as Marshall came away with the 2-1 victory. “This win is huge; this is Williamston,” said Marshall coach Adrian Harkey after the game. “Williamston competes for the state title every year. This is a big win for the program.”

photos by John Hendler

Above: Lauren Feasel ‘s penalty kick with 14 seconds remaining gave Marshall the 2-1 win over Williamston in the first round of the district tournament May 29. Below: Coach Adrian Harkey and the team reacts to the winning goal.

Chelsea Tobias crosses the ball through the Williamston defense to Layla Harkey, whose header from about 10 yards out, center, tied the game 1-1 with 18:22 to play. Right: Harkey’s reaction to the tying goal.


Memorial Day 2013 A Day of Remembrance

The Marshall High School band played several patriotic selections to honor local military men.

Photos by Corinne Kellogg VFW Commander Rolene Amsler awards Merlin Shaver Veteran of the Year.

Left: Shane Houvener, 7, of Marshall waves his American flag in support of the veterans passing by. Right: Veteran Ken Reddick plays TAPS. (Photo by John Hendler)

‘Lest We Forget’ VFW members, from left, Bill Thick, Ben Dockers, Lloyd Fowler and Steven Lake salute.

Left: Veteran Don Weberling lowers the flag to half mass. Right: Veterans, from left, George Youngdahl, Earl Lawrence and Bruce Bidelman take part in the Memorial Day ceremony at Oakridge Cemetery.

VFW members, from left, Jim Miaiak, Ernst Lien, Jack Brubaker and Randy Waite perform the 21 gun salute at the Veterans Wall across from the Brooks Fountain. (Photo by John Hendler)

“In remembering the fallen, we honor the men and women who kept faith with our enduring principles of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And we remember as well those who keep the faith today and honor their patriotism, valor, dedication and loyalty…I encourage you to take your time and walk through the cemetery and visit the graves of our fallen servicemen and women. There is no greater sense of personal gratitude than when you reflect on the sacrifice these fallen comrades have made for you and me.” Retired United States Marine Corps. Lt. Col. Todd Kaminski was chosen as the 2013 Memorial Day Speaker. (Photo by John Hendler)

Marshall’s Ken Langridge and his friends Serra Smith, 8, left and Eli Smith, 5, also of Marshall, show their support during the annual parade.


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