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Packages for the Troops The Jonesville Middle School gym will be filled with holiday cheer on December 4 for the 11th annual Packages for the Troops. Residents from throughout Hillsdale County will come together at 2 p.m. to assemble more than 700 gifts for service men and women at home and abroad, as well as veterans throughout Michigan. For more information, contact Penny Sarles at Shear Magic (517-8499782) or John Barrett at VanHorn - Eagle Funeral Home (517-437-3160). Christmas in Jonesville This year’s Christmas in Jonesville will offer some new treats. The weekendlong event is sponsored by the Jonesville Business Association and will kick off with tree lighting in Carl Fast Park on Friday, December 2. Downtown business are having a window decorating contest. Santa will be downtown for kids to visit him and share their Christmas lists. The Grosvenor House Museum will be open and beautifully decorated for the holiday season. The museum is open from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The Jonesville Presbyterian Church has scheduled its annual craft show for Saturday, December 3 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Beautiful handmade items will 30
be on sale, ideal for Christmas gifts, and lunch will be served starting at 11 a.m. The church is hosting a Christmas Carol Sing and Simple Supper December 15. Dinner begins at 5:30, and singing in the church starts at 7:15. The event is free and open to the public. For more information on Christmas in Jonesville events, visit the Jonesville Business Association website www.jonesvillebusiness.org. The Best Christmas Pageant Ever The Sauk Theater is pleased to present the holiday favorite “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.” In this hilarious Christmas
classic, a couple struggling to put on a church pageant is faced with casting the Herdmans – probably the most inventively awful kids in history. The show is sponsored by County National Bank and is sure to be fun for the whole family. Performances are December 1-3 and 8-10 at 8 p.m. and December 4 and 11 at 3 p.m. For ticket prices or more information, visit www. thesauk.org or call 517-849-9100. There is so much to see and do in downtown Jonesville this holiday season. Stop down and take a look!
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“Success doesn’t mean you’re the most powerful, richest person. It means you’ve set your goals high, reached them and succeeded.”—Nikki Teller
When you step in the door of Viaggio Salon & Spa, you enter an inviting waiting area and notice the clean, contemporary décor, highlighted by fun accents. Within moments of arriving, you are greeted by a member of the team who asks how she can help you and offers coffee, tea or water. This is the essence of Viaggio: friendly courtesy, style and professionalism. Giving clients what they want while maintaining the highest standards of hair design are the hallmarks of this bustling salon. November 1 marks the salon’s second year in business, and owner Nikki Tiller could not be more thrilled. “We are insanely busy,” she says with a satisfied smile. “Incredible is the best word I can use. Our salon is booming. We are successful; all the girls are successful.” The popularity of this relatively new Hillsdale salon is evidenced by the fact that Viaggio received the People’s Choice Award for 2016—quite an accolade for a business that had opened just eighteen months previously. Tiller decided to open her own salon after moving to Hillsdale on a whim with her husband, Chris. Originally from Bedford, Michigan, near Toledo, Nikki says she and her husband fell in love with a house in the area. When their offer was accepted, they packed up and moved west. “I love it here,” said Nikki. She found a space just south of Hillsdale on Hudson Road and invited three of her friends from an area salon to join her. As soon as she opened her doors, she was welcomed.
“I love the space.” Nikki speaks enthusiastically of her building at 2370 Hudson Rd. Over the past two years the team has been working to “make it our own,” with upgrades like a stylish new epoxy floor. Nikki also has plans to expand the parking lot this spring.
The aesthetics of Viaggio Salon & Spa are not the only reason that people keep coming back. Nikki and her team pride themselves on their high level of education and professionalism that can be seen and felt the minute someone walks in the door. “We want our guests to feel welcome and comfortable,” she explains. “We want them to feel very relaxed.” It’s this desire to make every visit to Viaggio a special kind of “me time” that’s behind the policy of greeting everyone as soon as they arrive and offering a beverage. It’s also why the Viaggio team thinks of the people they serve as guests, not clients. “Even among ourselves in the salon, we refer to them as guests. That’s what they truly are.” Nikki also makes sure the stylists get to know their guests in order to give them the best possible look. “We ask a lot of questions,” she says. “It’s important to get to know the person in your chair.” That doesn’t mean you can expect to get drilled; the questions are simply a way for the stylist to get a clear understanding of what look the individual wants before she goes to work. Many people have had at least one bad experience when a stylist just dove in and did what he or she thought the person wanted without making sure first! Viaggio Salon & Spa offers a wide range of services including cuts, color, styling, body waxing and facials along with manicures (including shellac) and pedicures in their relaxing massage chairs. Nikki and her team work hard to stay on top of the latest trends and techniques through advanced classes. Education is very important, and all the stylists have classes at the salon as well as traveling to hair shows and off-site classes to learn what other stylists are doing and more about the different products that are available.
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Ted is the silent partner of the pair—quite literally. Ted is a teddy bear that started out as a bit of a joke, but now has become a key part of every adventure. “Ted’s in charge of which side of the bus gets off first,” Ed says. Ted was a gift from the Montgomery Ohio Convention and Visitor’s Bureau many years ago, and Ed brings him along on all his trips around the country.
“It’s all about convenience,” he explains. Ed recently returned from a “Buffalo Round-Up” adventure where he took two coaches and 104 people on a 10-day trip to Rapid City, South Dakota. From there, Ed took his guests to Mt. Rushmore, the Badlands, Deadwood South Dakota, Bear Butte State Park plus much more. He says the weather for the trip could not have been more perfect and his guests had a great time.
Ed and Ted’s Excellent Adventures is a full-service motor coach tour operator. Ed has been working in the travel business since 2000, opening his own business in 2003. Over the past 13 years, business has been booming. While he mostly specializes in group tours booked through senior centers and travel groups, there are no age restrictions and anyone is welcome to come along on any trip. And yes, the name is a play off the popular 80s movie “Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure.” “It’s easy to remember,” Ed says of the name. “It’s a fun name. We have fun trips.”
“My philosophy is, I would rather the guests leave wishing we had 15 more minutes, than thinking we should have left 30 minutes ago,” he says.
Traveling by motor coach is a fun and stress-free way to see the country. “You don’t have to drive, so you can look out the window,” he says. Plus, being part of a group allows travelers to “see and do things they wouldn’t have been able to on their own.” This includes private tours and unique experiences.
When taking two coaches on a trip, Ed’s friend Eric Klingler is on board the second charter making sure all the guests are having a good time. Ed says his wife Mimi comes along on the 18-day Florida trip every year as well.
As Ed says on his website, “you don’t need maps, directions or technology. Travel safely and hassle-free with your fully-guided, door-to-door tours.”
Ed likes to keep the days full and doesn’t like “filler.” He spends a lot of his time planning each trip to make sure travelers are seeing new and interesting things. He also makes a point to show his guests as much of the area they are visiting as he can. This includes not taking them to chain restaurants. “I don’t want them to do something they can get at home,” he says.
“I make a lot of new friends on every trip,” he says. “I can’t imagine doing anything else.” Upcoming adventures for Ed and Ted include New Year’s Eve on the River: a three-day, two-night trip on the Ohio River in Covington, Kentucky, from December
30 to January 1. The trip includes a New Year’s Eve Celebration aboard the “River Queen” riverboat with a Dixieland Band and champagne toast at midnight, a tour of the greater Cincinnati area and dinner in the revolving restaurant on top of the Radisson Riverfront. Ed and Ted will be getting their hats ready in May for a trip to the Kentucky Derby May 4-7, 2017. Along with reserved seats in the grandstands for “the most exciting two minutes in sports,” guests will also visit a working thoroughbred farm, tour a bourbon distillery and take part in a derby day river boat race. In June, Ed is planning a trip out east to visit New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine. August 6-10, Ed has put together “Twilight on the Mississippi.” The four-night trip includes a two-day excursion on the Mississippi River aboard the riverboat “Twilight;” admission to Iowa’s number one attraction, the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium; a murder mystery comedy dinner “Mayberry R.I.P.” at the Lavender Crest Winery and gaming at the Isle of Capri Casino. Ed encourages anyone who is interested in any of the adventures to book as soon as possible as his trips are very popular and seats fill up quickly. For more information about any of Ed and Ted’s Excellent adventures, go to www.edandteds.com, call 517-437-1158 or find them on Facebook.
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Other good items to pack are a bar of soap and washcloth (Sue suggests wrapping the soap in the washcloth and sealing it in a resealable bag), hair clips, flip flops, coloring books, socks, a cup , a ruler, dolls, toy cars or trucks, toothbrushes, flashlight and batteries, t-shirt, hat or pen and pencils. Every shoebox also includes a copy of the book “The Greatest Gift”—a storybook written for children about the Christmas story of Jesus birth. Those not able to go out to pack a shoebox can still participate by building a shoebox online. Simply go to www.samaritanspurse.org and click on Operation Christmas Child. “It’s going to put a smile on your face as well as a child in another part of the world,” she says. “A lot of mission work is hard work, but this is fun.” A small note or card and picture can also be included and many who include a self-addressed envelope (no stamps please) receive a letter from the child who received their box. Before she fills her boxes for Operation Christmas Child, she prays for guidance to help her pack the right items. “I know that God knows who is going to get the box.” The items in the shoeboxes not only lift the spirits of the children who receive them, they can also change their lives. Sue tells a story of a little boy in Russia who received a t-shirt in his shoebox. This item was very precious to him because he lived in an orphanage and did not have any clothes of his own. She tells another story of a little boy who worked at his parents’ bakery. “It is not a like a bakery we would see here,” she explains, “It is very archaic.” The bakery did not have oven mitts and the boy’s hands were burned from taking items out of the oven. Then he got his shoebox and inside were several pairs of socks, perfect for keeping his hands protected. “It’s a hope that they haven’t had before,” Sue says. “It makes a huge difference for these children.” While College Baptist Church is the relay center for Operation Christmas Child, Sue is quick to point out that 30 to 35 churches in Hillsdale County as well as many organizations participate in the project. “Every year someone new comes forward,” she says. Anyone in need of a shoebox can stop by College Baptist Church at 200 N. Manning St. in Hillsdale to pick one up. She says she gets donations of empty shoeboxes throughout the year and while she is grateful for
the empty box she would love them to be full. This year’s National Collection Week will take place November 14-21. Packed shoeboxes can be brought to College Baptist Church Monday 9 a.m. to noon, Tuesday and Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Thursday noon to 5 p.m., Friday noon to 7 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Monday 9 a.m. to noon. Boxes can be wrapped, but the lid and box need to be wrapped separately. In Lenawee County, the collection site is St. John’s Lutheran Church, located at 3448 N. Adrian Highway in Adrian. Collection times are Sunday Nov. 13— noon to 3 p.m., Monday Nov. 14—8 a.m. to noon, Tuesday Nov. 15—2 p.m. to 6 p.m., Wednesday Nov. 16—2 p.m. to 6 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., Thursday Nov. 17—2 p.m. to 6 p.m., Friday Nov. 18—10 a.m. to noon and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday Nov. 19—noon to 2 p.m., Sunday Nov. 20—noon to 4 p.m. and Monday Nov. 21—7 a.m. to 9 a.m. For more information about the Hillsdale collection, call Sue Reed at 517-4374865. For more information about the Lenawee collection site, call 517-265-6998. To learn more about Operation Christmas Child or to build a box online, visit www.samaritanspurse.org.
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The colors of fall have come and gone, but that means Michigan’s winter wonderland is just around the corner. Let’s gear up for the grandest season of them all with holiday shopping, winter events and outdoor adventures that are sure to ignite your holiday spirit. So, grab your mittens and head outside to glistening landscapes, because every day is a snow day in Pure Michigan.
Throughout the state, breathtaking holiday light and decoration displays will deck the halls of downtown areas.
Carolers, warm refreshments and heating stations will allow you to soak in the holiday spirit while you find unique gifts for loved ones in charming downtowns and historic districts. Although there are too many amazing downtown shopping areas in Michigan to name, you might visit destinations like St. Joseph, Marquette, Little Traverse Bay, Tecumseh, Rochester, Holland or Marshall to start or finish your holiday shopping. Visit michigan.org/events for a listing of downtown holiday celebrations, including: Downtown Holland Holiday Open House (Holland) – 11/19/2016 Stroll the heated streets filled with carolers, roasting chestnuts, Santa Claus and an outdoor fireplace. Visit art galleries while you peruse the holiday splendor and enjoy store windows decorated for the holidays. Carolers sing as they meander along the wintry sidewalks and brightly colored holiday decor. The smell
of roasting chestnuts fills the air as Santa Claus drops by with candy canes to the delight of young and old. St. Nicholas: From Saint to Santa (Frankenmuth) – 11/19-20/2016 Visit Bronner’s CHRISTmas Wonderland for this annual tradition that is free to the public. The young and the young at heart will enjoy recalling the journey of how St. Nicholas became Santa Claus as told by himself! Involving audience participation, this half-hour performance is a delightful way to enter the holiday season and create memories young ones will cherish for a lifetime. TreeTops Lights Spectacular (Gaylord) – 11/25-26/2016 This annual event will include family fun for all ages with the tree lighting, wagon rides, elf on stilts, kid’s crafts, candy cane snowmen decorating, photos with Santa
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