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Miracles Search ends


on sad note
of birth Body of missing Leader
Dog found on Monday

Photo by Nichol Alessandrini


By Catherine Minolli
cminolli@pageone-inc.com
TRI-CITY AREA The search for
Imlay City grandmother shares the Leader Dog for the Blind that went
story of guardian angel in room missing last month ended on a sad note on
Monday, June 19.
Adalena DeOrnellas, born on June 6, appears to On Monday,
By Catherine Minolli healing the sick. Some
Rachel Kniffen,
cminolli@pageone-inc.com believe he still roams the have a guardian angel welcoming her into the
world as one of the original crosses at St. John director of mar-
halls, looking after all the
IMLAY CITY The Hospital hangs in the room. keting and com-
souls who pass through
miracle of birth at a hospital munications for
them.
in Detroit seems to have Leader Dogs for
Cycle of life
brought about another in a the Blind says the
Adalena DeOrnellass
series of miracles centered body of Brinkley,
entrance into the world was,
around a Catholic priest the yellow lab at
initially, like most other
who is on his way to saint- the center of the
births. Her mom Samantha
hood. search, was
had gone into labor the
Pope Francis in May found.
night before, and doctors at
approved a miracle attribut- It is with a
the hospital on Moross and
ed to Fr. Solanus Casey, heavy heart that
Seven Mile decided to wait
paving the way for his beati- we report that the
until the morning before
fication. body of Leader
inducing the birth.
The connection from the Dog Brinkley has
Samanthas mom,
Vatican to Detroit to Imlay been recovered,
Nichol Alessandrini is a Leader Dog Brinkley
City? Little Adalena Kniffen says in
busy, working single mother
DeOrnellas. She was wel- Mondays press release.
of five. When Samantha
comed into the world on The the 18-month-old Leader Dog had
goes into labor, she makes
June 6th, having arrived at captured the hearts of the community and
Photo provided

an extra effort to be at her


St. John Hospital in Detroit. made headlines across the metro-Detroit
daughters side.
Thats where Fr. Casey area when she was spooked by a lawnmow-
After work, Nichol runs
breathed his last, but not er and took off from her home near Bristol
home to Imlay City to sleep.
after devoting his spiritual Proud Grandma Nichol Alessandrini of Imlay City and Washington streets in Almont.
powers and strong faith to Miracles page 14-A cuddles new grandchild, Adalena DeOrnellas. Found page 14-A

Capac Days are here!


Villages annual two-day festival kicks off on Friday
By Maria Brown Theres also a laser tag attrac- Ramirez said.
mbrown@pageone-inc.com tion and a We Need SMores Saturdays lineup includes
Volunteers event at the a Princess and Superhero
CAPAC Capac Days Conrad Community Center Party at 11 a.m. at the

Color of HOPE
Photo provided

Summer Festival organizers with the promise of sweet American Legion Hall; a corn-
have managed to pack lots of treats. hole tournament at 2 p.m. with
fun and excitement into just The crowd favorite, $200 in prize money up for
Run to raise awareness two short days. The fun begins Outhouse Races, start at 6 grabs and a new Pet Party at 3
of opioid abuse problem, Friday with garage sales and p.m. on Main Street in front p.m. Dairy cow spotted twice wander-
...see pages 3-A wraps up Saturday night with of Lakestone Bank. Pets and their owners will ing along Blacks Corners Road in
a fireworks show at dusk. In Theres still time to regis- start to line up in front of the Imlay City earlier this month.

Burgers
between are contests, activi- ter for the competition spon- bank at 2:30 p.m. and parade
ties, live performances, a sored by Allenton Collision for the crowds beginning at 3
parade and more. and GrandView Class. This p.m. Awards will be given to
Many of the popular years contest will consist of Most Unique Pet, Best
events are returninglike co-ed teams with four pushers Costume and Pet & Owner
Friday nights outhouse races
and Saturdays grand parade
but several new items are list-
ed on the schedule for chil-
and one rider.
The top three finishers
will receive custom-made tro-
phies and cash prizes will go
Look a Like.
The CapacLibrary will
host an aerial silk show by
The Ring of Steele: Action
and relish,
Wet & wild anyone?
dren, adults and even pets. to first and second place. Theatre on Saturday at 1 p.m.
We enjoy bringing some- Fridays schedule wraps In honor of the library sys-
thing new and fresh to our up with a 7:30 p.m. concert by tems 100th birthday, theyll
Nature photographers community each year for local country and rock band be serving cake and beverag-
bird bath a busy place,
...see page 15-A
Capac Days, said committee
member Samantha Ramirez.
Family Tradition.
The Beer Garden will be
es.
Voting for the Cutest Baby Vlasic employees corral
New attractions on Friday
include a Kids Push Mower
open from 4-10 p.m. in front
of Champions Sports Bar and
Contest continues through
Thursday at the Capac
wandering escapee
TRI-CITY
race, just prior to the returning
adults Lawn Mower Race.
St. Nicholas Church will be
serving their taco dinner, Capac Days page 14-A
from Oxford dairy farm
By Catherine Minolli
TIMES cminolli@pageone-inc.com

ONLINE IMLAY CITY Burgers and relish,


anyone?
Thats what Police Chief Scott Pike
tricitytimes-online.com was thinking when he heard about the cow
that was roaming around near the Vlasic
pickle plant a couple of weeks ago.
You know, when Ihear about a big
FACEBOOK side of beef walking into Vlasics I cant
help but think of it, Pike says with a
chuckle.
facebook.com While the wandering cow wasnt a
threatnor anywhere near ready for the
/Tricitytimes/ grill (its a dairy cow)the Vlasic sighting
was the second time the bovine creature
had been spotted in town on June 7.
Someone called police when they
The Tri-City Times noticed the animal around 7:09 p.m.
is printed on behind PRI Paving on Blacks Corners
recycled paper Road near Fourth Street.
We got a report that the cow had gone
into the woods, and then no one could find
it again, Pike says.
Much laterwell after midnighton
File photo

June 8, Vlasic security employees noticed


the cow moseying her way along the prop-
Teams will race for outhouse glory, trophies and cash prizes on Friday when the
fun kicks off for Capac Days Summer Festival. Escapee page 14-A
Page 2-A-TRI-CITY TIMES-JUNE 21, 2017

IN HOUSE Cevin Brown is named


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REPAIR to Imlay City P.D. post
Over 26 Years By Tom Wearing knowledge
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ence in law
Gem &Diamond IMLAY CITY The enforce-
Imlay City Police ment.
Specialist Department has hired a A
Downtown Imlay City new part-time officer. retired
810-724-RUBY Chief Scott Pike said Michigan
the citys newest officer, State Police Officer
Tues.-Fri. 10:30- 5:30 Cevin Brown, comes to Trooper, Cevin

Photo provided
Sat. 10:30 - 3:00 Imlay City with a wealth of Brown has Brown
worked as
a major
case and homicide detec- Lapeer Couny EMS on the scene of last weeks fatal accident on Graham
ADMISSION tive, along with serving as
PRICES Road.
BEFORE 6PM an evidence technician and

Crash victim identified


All Seats Are $6.00 accident investigator.
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AFTER 6PM Pike also described
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Sunday, June 25 thru Thursday, June 29, 1:00, 4:00 & 7:00pm
Adults $8.00 Brown as an avid Harley
Children 12 Davidson rider.
& under
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Saturdays Color Run to address heroin, opioids


Registration is
9 a.m. at
Imlay City
Middle School
By Tom Wearing
twearing@pageone-inc.com

IMLAYCITY The
2nd Annual Color Run to
create awareness of the
ongoing opiate and heroin
epidemic returns to Imlay
City on Saturday, June 24.
Sponsored by Color
our Communities with
Hope, the fundraiser/pub-
lic education event runs
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in
the lot behind Imlay City
Middle School.
Check-in time for the
Color Run starts at 9 a.m.
The registration fee is $30
and includes an event
t-shirt and a bag of color.
Event coordinator
Jessica Waldeck says the
event is intended to edu-
cate the public and bring
greater awareness of the
deadly consequences of
heroin and opiate use.
At the same time,
Waldeck wants individuals
and families whose loved
ones have fallen into the
grip of addiction, to know

Facebook photo
that hope remains and that
a new beginning is possi-
ble.
This problem is
beyond epidemic propor- Participants spread hope in the form of a colorful cloud at the start of last years Color our Communities with Hope fund-
tion, says Waldeck. Its raiser.
time to break the silence.
She notes that heroin available to Lapeer County police departments, Lapeer the individuals willingness helped will not be turned dose.
and opioid use affect peo- emergency personnel, can County Families Against and commitment to deal away, Waldeck says. Our mission is to help
ple everywhere and any- reverse the effects of an Narcotics (FAN), Lapeer with the problem. Waldeck notes that people who are addicted
where, regardless of race, opiate overdose, Waldeck County EMS and a dedi- It can begin the road some local experts have and to eventually bring an
education or social stand- contends that is not a rem- cated group of volunteers. to recovery, said agreed to speak and share end to the heroin and opi-
ing. edy for the deeper societal Essentially, Hope Not McKenna, if the individu- their personal experiences oid epidemic, says
In Lapeer County, problem of drug addiction. Handcuffs provides a safe al wants it. regarding heroin and opi- Waldeck. People need to
heroin and opioid overdos- As an alternative, and respectful protocol for And so far, he said the oids with Saturdays believe that there is always
es have resulted in many Waldeck favors Lapeer addicts to voluntarily turn program is showing some attendees. hope. And to know that
deaths and ruined lives, Countys newly-imple- themselves in to local law positive results. Speakers are expected help is available.
says Waldeck. We want mented Hope Not enforcement for the pur- In Macomb County for to include: Imlay City To make a donation to
people to know there is Handcuffs program. pose of receiving treat- example, more than 215 Police Chief Scott Pike; a Color our Communities
help and support for those Hope Not Handcuffs is ment. drug-addicted individuals representative from Lapeer with Hope, contact Jessica
willing to seek help. a collaborative venture Lapeer County Sheriff have sought treatment CountyFamilies Against Waldeck at 810-627-1087
While the timely involving the Lapeer Scott McKenna recently through a similar program. Narcotics; and Julie and or Julie at 989-529-2997.
administration of Narcan County Sheriffs Dept., noted that the key to the The good thing is that Don Thomas, who lost Or email to: realtor.
(naloxone), now readily Almont and Imlay City programs success lies with people who want to be their son to a heroin over- julie@gmail.com

Fridays fire hits home


for Almont firefighters
Fundraiser to assist firefighters departments.
He added that the
food, kitchen items, dish-
ware and donations of
family Sat., June 24 at fire hall cause of the blaze is still
being investigated, though
money.
Everything was a
By Tom Wearing in flames. it is likely to have been total loss for the family, Laura Zelenak D.O. Michelle Simpson N.P. Susan Reuter N.P.
twearing@pageone-inc.com The fortunate thing is electrical in nature. said Smith. They need a Board Certified Board Certified Board Certified
that (Almont firefighter)

ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS!


It appears to be elec- home and everything that
ALMONT TWP. Travis Terry, his grand- trical, said Smith, and goes with it, from tooth-
When the alarm goes off, mother were able to get possibly related to several brushes to toys.
firefighters respond out of the house safely, other power-related issues I think their greatest Same Day Appointments Available
regardless of time of day, said Smith. Unfortunately, we had in the area. need right now would be
weather conditions, loca- the family dog perished in Though Red Cross money or gift cards, Stop by our booth at the Blueberry Festival
tion, or any other factors. the fire. representatives were on Smith surmised. At pres-
When the alarm Things might have hand to offer temporary ent, they have no place to for a chance to win a Fit Bit!
sounded at 3 a.m. on been worse, said Smith, housing for the firefighter put large items. In Office Lab Testing X-Ray Lesion Removal
Friday, June 16, Almont who pointed out that in and his family, Smith said For questions, more Wart Removal Well Baby Visits Immunizations
Township firefighters and addition to Travis and his they decided to stay at a information or to make a Diabetes Hypertension Womens Wellness
First Responders rousted grandmother, others living neighbors home for a few donation, contact Almont Sports Physicals Same Day Sick Visits Care Management
themselves from their in the home included the days. Fire Chief Don Smith at Joint Injections Most Insurances Accepted
beds, made their way to firefighters aunt, a cousin In addition to serving 810-798-1111 or email:
the fire hall, donned fire- and 7-year-old son. as an Almont Township dsmith@almontfire.org. 6672 Newark Road Imlay City
fighting gear and sped off Smith said the heat volunteer firefighter, Donations of checks
to the fire. generated from the fire Travis Terry is employed may be made out to Travis (810) 724-0591
What was different was particularly intense. as a wrecker operator by Terry and mailed to: Visit us on the web: Imlaycityfamilypractice.com
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grandmother. we could do was try to its that much harder when
Smith said that by the
time firefighters arrived at
the scene at Hall Rd. near
control its spread.
Smith said Almont
firefighters were assisted
we know the people
involved.
Family needs help
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Dryden board sets 2017-18 budget Ruth Hughes Library


invites families to
By Maria Brown which is the most it has of fund balance monies. membership resolution
mbrown@pageone-inc.com been in some As a result, Drydens for the 17-18 school year. Teddy Bear Picnic
time,Finnigan said. fund balance will drop to the board approved a
DRYDEN The That means their eight percent at the end of list of returning coaches IMLAY TWP. Kids of all ages can bring their
school district has rainy day account will the school year. for the new school year favorite fuzzy friends and a sack lunch and head over
approved amendments to stand at $553,326 when The new budget is members approved to the Imlay Township Park for a special Teddy Bear
the current budget and the 2016-17 budget closes also funded in part by an operating loan applica- Picnic at 11 a.m. on June 22, hosted by the Ruth
board members gave the out later this month. 17.6940 mills in property tion resolution for August Hughes Library.
okay to a proposed budget The 17-18 budget taxes, amounting to borrowing in the amount Teddy bear songs, games, and crafts will fill the
for the 2017-18 school plans for a decline of 34 in $483,079. of $900,000. day, and the library will provide drinks. Visitors can
year. their blended student In other meeting mat- the board approved a also explore the township park, recently refurbished
At the June 12 school count but some of that ters: contract with Laurie with all new playscapes and a splash pad, as well as
board meeting, Amy revenue loss will be offset Finnigan recognized Hickmott who will serve the walking trail through the adjacent meadowland.
Swantek, director of busi- by an addition $100 per Carol English who has as an associate teacher in The park is located at 682 N. Fairgrounds Rd. in
ness services, and pupil Dryden will receive retired after a 29 year the Montessori program. Imlay Township, just a short drive from the library.
Superintendent Mary in state funding. Leaders career with Dryden members entered into For more information on this and other library
Finnigan presented the project that loss at Community Schools as a executive session to dis- events, visit the librarys website at www.ruthhughes.
numbers. $167,000 but Finnigan preschool teacher. cuss the superintendents org, call the main desk at 810-724-8043, or see the
This year, we are fin- said theyll compensate members approved a evaluation and later librarys seasonal newsletter.
ishing up with a projected for less revenues through Michigan High School approved the performance
11.2 percent fund balance, staff attrition and the use Athletic Association evaluation unanimously.

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Voo Doo Doctors set to bumper warranty3


8.5-mph ground speed
operate at Almont Park
Popular local band set to take refreshments to concert-
goers beneath the park
stage at 7 p.m. Thurs., June 22 pavilion, and youngsters
are invited to enjoy the
By Tom Wearing Having played at Lions bounce house or

BEAT THE HEAT FROM


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twearing@pageone-inc.com numerous musical venues play on the parks slides,

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Doo Doctors will be in Langolf on bass and har- in the Park concerts will
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June 22) to perform a first- guitar and vocals; and Don The 10-8 Christian
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Rockville to take
stage in Imlay City
Imlay Citys Tommy Schutz & Co. perform on June 27
By Tom Wearing integral to the bands sound. band. At age 13, he picked
twearing@pageone-inc.com In addition to Schutz on up the drums and now
guitars, harmonica and brings his skills and high
I M L AY C I T Y vocals, Rockville features energy to local stages.
Hometown musical favor- Tory Capman on vocals, Rounding out the group

Photo provided
ite Tommy Schutz and guitar and piano. A former is Anthony Gaedcke, a vet-
Rockville will be taking the guitar student of Schutzs, eran saxophonist and self-
Lamb-Steele Park stage at Capman was named musi- taught bassist, with experi-
7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 27 cian/vocalist of the year in ence in jazz and a power Imlay Citys Tom Schutz of Output Music and fellow Rockville band mem-
as part of the Imlay City high school, before being trio. bers Tory Capman, Jake Ruhl and Anthony Gaedcke will perform at the
DDAs Summer Concert accepted into the vocal Schutz, himself, is a DDAs Concert in Lamb-Steele Park on Tuesday, June 27th.
Series. music program at Saginaw former grand prize winner
Schutz, the owner of State University. He also of the U.S. Songwriters that starred popular country In addition to Tuesdays Imlay City Blueberry
Imlay Citys Output Music works as a DJ at local night Association, having penned artist Lee Greenwood. show at Lamb-Steele Park, Festival on Sat., July 22
and founder of Rockville, clubs. original songs that include: Schutz says Rockville Rockville will perform at from 1-3:30 p.m.
will be joined on stage by Rockvilles drummer, T.G.I.F. and She Makes performs real rock from the following local venues Almont Summer
four talented and accom- Jake Ruhl, began playing the Sun, which was used the fifties through the pres- in July. Concerts in the Park on
plished Lapeer County music at 11 years old, play- on a soundtrack of a nation- ent, along with some origi- Attica Days on Fri., Thurs., July 27 from 7-9
musicians, each of whom is ing trumpet in his school ally syndicated TV show nal selections. July 14 from 3-5 p.m. p.m.

School environment,
technology and
economy top the list
Four County Youth Needs Assessment Survey

Photo by Randy Jorgensen


reveals negatives & positives affecting youths
By Maria Brown greater community about were pretty uniform.
mbrown@pageone-inc.com teens perceptions of the In Almont, Dryden and
places they call home. Imlay City, school environ-
TRI-CITY AREA We survey all seventh, ment, technology and the Four County Community Foundation Board President John Brzozowski
Whats on the mind of ninth and eleventh graders economy were the top three presents the Youth Advisory Committee to attendees at the foundations
young people in our com- in Almont, Armada, Capac, concerns among students. 30th anniversary celebration in May.
munities? What do they like Dryden, Imlay City and In Capac, school environ-
about living in places like Romeo, Bauer said. ment, technology and peer- facilities were a negative, tunity to provide comments off to college or get a head
Almont, Capac, Dryden and The survey is online to-peer topped the list. but weve been really about their schools and start on a career at Ed Tech.
Imlay City and what could and the students are asked Bauer said school involved in improving that communities. Bauer notes that to date,
be better? to rank their highest priority environment had different through grant-making, An 11th grader from the YAC has awarded more
Every three years, the in terms of positives and sub items listed with it, but Bauer said. Dryden wrote: I think that than $500,00 to youth proj-
Four County Community negatives. several respondents pointed The foundation and because we are a small com- ects.
Foundations Youth The results are tabulat- to bullying. As for technol- YAC groups have helped munity we get a lot of peo- The YAC is composed
Advisory Committee ed by school district and ogy, the negative aspect turn that around. ple involved in a lot of stuff of 22 students in grades
(YAC) finds out just that over all districts. Members was also related to social Other items on the list that is fun. We do a lot of 7-12 from each of the dis-
surveying hundreds of teens of the Youth Advisory media and other online included negatives: drug, great things that everybody tricts in the foundations
through their Needs Committee help with that means used for bullying or alcohol and tobacco use; contributes to. boundariesAlmont,
Assessment Survey. process and present the harassment. distracted and drunk driving A junior from Imlay Armada, Capac, Dryden,
Janet Bauer, Four findings publicly. This year, Across all four districts, and peer pressure. Positives City High School wrote: Imlay City and Romeo.
Countys CEO, said the YACmembers gave a pre- the top three positives were included strong family rela- Its a great community and For more information
assessment helps the foun- sentation at Romeo High sports facilities, good tionships and the availabili- sporting events are a great about Four County
dation prioritize their grant School. friends and school activi- ty of technology. time. Everyone is nice. The Community Foundation and
making decisions but also Results from the four ties. Aside from the ranking, school gives a lot of oppor- their YAC program, visit
provides an insight to the schools in the Tri-City area Ten years ago sports respondents had the oppor- tunities to help students go www.4ccf.org.

Almont police bring back school liaison for the posi- Kalmar continued. A liai-
Almont Village and Township to share cost for the first year tion, he son officer is a wonderful
year contract to restore the of Almont will contribute Almont Officer Amanda said. She educational tool for our stu-
By Tom Wearing will do a dents, and its a great ave-
twearing@pageone-inc.com police departments school $20,000 apiece to fund the Manning has agreed to
liaison program. program for the 2017-2018 serve as the departments great job of nue for developing more
ALMONT What Police Chief Andy school year. full-time liaison officer. serving our positive rapport between
had been the desire of vil- Martin had identified the After that, it is the hope She will divide her time schools. students and the police
lage, township and Almont school liaison program as that Almont Community among all three Almont Hopefully, department at all levels.
school officials, will being a priority at the time Schools will share one- schools; Orchard Primary Officer B owman For her part, Manning
become a reality this fall. of his recent hiring as full- third of the cost and enable School, the middle school Amanda c o ntinued, said plans to participate in a
After a several-year time police chief. continuation of the pro- and high school. Manning the school TEAM liaison training pro-
hiatus, Almont Village and Per the terms of the gram. The village and town- district will gram in August, which is
Township officials agreed agreement, Almont Manning selected ship have agreed to split the agree to pick up a portion provided by Michigan State
this week to enter a one- Township and the Village Martin said veteran cost for the first year, (one third) of the cost in the Police.
Martin confirmed. Almont future. While there, she
Schools would have to pick Almont Schools expects to learn the curricu-

DOWNTOWN IMLAY CITY up one-third of the cost for Supt.Dr. William Kalmar lum and protocol required
the following year and is confident that support of a school liaison officer.
beyond. will be forthcoming. Once assuming her
We are thrilled by the duties in the fall, Mannings

Farmers' Market
I hope we will be able
to continue this program support of the township and role will be to ensure stu-
for many years to come. village in assisting us with dent safety, while offering
valuable information, guid-
Thursdays 1-6pm Almont
Manager Mike Connors
Village
"It's very ance and support to stu-

S aturdays 9am-1pm
said the liaison program dents of all ages.
will reap benefits for the important As a parent of four
school-age children, Im
Corner of Third and Main Street entire community.
Not only will it pro- that young really looking forward to
vide safety for students and this, Manning said. In a
FARM FRESH LOCALLY GROWN staff, said Connors, it people know, small town like Almont, its
very important that young
will help build a stronger

Summer Concert Series respect and


connection between young people know, respect and
people and Almont police trust police officers.
officers. trust police At this point in my

Join us Tuesday, June 27th at 7 pm Township Supervisor


Paul Bowman said he too is officers."
career, she said, Im
looking at this as an oppor-

at Lamb Steele Park


pleased the liaison program tunity to be involved in
community policing.
is being reinstated. --Officer


Were real excited Manning said she

Rockville
(In case of inclement weather, concert will be held at Heritage Church, 543 N. Cedar Street) about having a liaison offi- Amanda expects to be able to speak
to and mentor students on
cer back in the school dis-
trict, Bowman said.
Weve thought all along
Manning age-appropriate themes and
subjects, ranging from
that the program is impor- bicycle safety and 911 for
tant, but wed not been able a liaison officer, said young children, to issues
to do it because of cost. Kalmar. I anticipate sup- such as drug and alcohol
Now, with the village port from the school board use and cyber-bullying for
being able to make the cost as well. older students.
reasonable, were 110 per- I expect that fund Id like to be able to
cent behind restoring the sharing will not be an issue spend some time each week
program, he added. moving forward, and that talking with the kids about
I think Officer we will develop that posi- matters that affect them,
More information can be found at: www.icdda.com or www.facebook.com/downtownimlaycity Manning is a perfect choice tion in our future budget, she said.
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Our Opinion Letters from our readers...


www.tricitytimes-online.com
Summer is here...
stay cool!
Support for Barry Bryan appreciated

A
The Barry Bryan together a basket, made an businesses who donated Hills Golf Course, Heatmor,
s the old saying goes, there are Fundraiser, held at item, cooked food, or items, gift certificates or Hideaway Lanes, Krogers,
two seasons in Michiganwinter Hideaway Lanes on donated large ticket items other proceeds to our cause, Marias Restaurant,
May 21, was a huge to the rafflewe appreci- so that you might continue McDonalds (Almont),
and construction. success, exceeding all ated it so much! to support them: American Rosas Pizza, Vinckiers
With the former behind us and the expectations! Thank you A big Thank you to Tree, Blakes Nursery, (Almont), Wiegand's
latter in full swing, a reading of the ther- to everyone who partici- Paul Abromaitis, at Brohls Garden, Buccillis, Nursery.
mometer on any given day proves that pated or helped with the Hideaway Lanes, who Charlie Browns, Country Sincerely,
weve swung from our two days of event! made this event possible. Smoke House, Dana Catherine Klebba and
In addition, Thank We would also like to Lehman Publishing, Family Fundraiser Staff
spring into full on summer. And around you, to everyone who put recognize the following Farm and Home, Heather Tri-City area
here, that means lots of heat and humidi-
tyoh, and construction too.
While it seems obvious when it
comes to avoiding heat-related problems,
See what Pops Up in Imlay Park
The Imlay City DDA is Our first Pop Up will dren 12 and under a paper- July or August are welcome
now is a good time to remember to stay sponsoring Pop Up in the be hosted by the Ruth back book to take home! to contact the DDA office.
hydrated. If youre athletic, or your child Park Wednesdays begin- Hughes Library and Imlay On June 28, join us in You never know what
is participating in sports, along with ning today (Wed., June City Community Schools the park as Peaceful Moon is going to Pop Up in the
21). Local businesses will on Wednesday, June 21 Yoga teaches a one hour Park!
proper hydration and UV protection, host a one hour compli- from 11 a.m. to noon. yoga lesson from 9:00 a.m.- Dana Walker
make sure theyre practicing in the early mentary activity in Lamb Guest readers will be locat- 10:00 a.m. Director
morning or late day to avoid the intense Steele Park and the com- ed throughout the park and Local businesses inter- Imlay City Downtown
afternoon heat. Take plenty of breaks munity is invited to join in will read stories to families. ested in hosting a Pop Up Development Authority
when working out, gardening, mowing on the fun! The DDA will give chil- event on a Wednesday in Imlay City
the lawn or doing any other outdoor
chores.
Never, ever leave children or pets in
Volunteer for 4-H Summer Camp post
a vehicle, not even for one minute. And Registrations for some camp counselors or who can be part of our and leadership opportuni-
if your pets are outdoors, make sure they Lapeer County 4-H adult chaperones. Teens camp staff for kids ages ties.
Summer Camp 2017 have age 15 and older and young 8-12 at our overnight camp For more information,
have protection from the sun and plenty begun, but its not too adults who enjoy working held July 12-15 at Camp contact the MSU Extension
of fresh water to drink. late to get in on the fun with kids, love the out- Lael in Lapeer County. office at 810-667-0343.
Remember, people ages 65 and over and be an important part doors and are thinking of Although the role of camp Jean Kreiner
and children, infants and people with of this amazing opportuni- a career with youth, this is counselor is a volunteer 4-H Program
ty. a fantastic opportunity! role, it is great for commu- Aide
chronic medical conditions are more We are still in need of Looking for persons nity service, job resumes, Lapeer
prone to heat stress. Air conditioning is
the number one way to protect against
heat-related illness and death. If its not
available at home, find a mall, senior
Thank you Farmers Insurance of Dryden!
center or friends house to stay while the Almont Middle School provide a few extras for that Farmers Insurance is a generosity and your
heat is on. Be a good neighbor and would like to thank the students in grades 5-8. company that believes in efforts to recognize how
check on elderly residents living nearby. Farmers Insurance agency Items such as art sup- giving back to the teachers hard our teachers work
of Dryden for their support plies, birdhouse projects and school programming. every day.
Couple the heat with construction on this past school year. for Mothers Day, and Again, thank you for Kimberly
M-53 and motorists are likely to reach With their generous ROCK SHOP prizes have including Almont Middle VonHiltmayer
their boiling points while inching along donation of $100 per been purchased already. School in this special Almont Middle School
the busy highway. Remember that its month, Almont Middle Farmers Insurance reward program. Principal
School has been able to Agent Alen Graham noted We appreciate your Almont
only temporary, and that slowing down
and paying attention will help avoid
accidents and potential heavy fines, and
keep construction workers safe. Orange Softball team lends hand at tourney
barrels abound all around the Tri-City The Almont Attack 12u Hall and members of the weekend. profit from T-shirt sales to
and metro-Detroit area, so its best to softball team hosted a 12 Almont Boys Basketball Without their support, the Almont Basketball pro-
strap on the patience along with the seat- team tournament in Almont program stepped up and it would have been difficult gram.
belt, and arrive at your destination safe on May 6-7. The Almont helped us by being tourna- to run the tournament Lane Johnston
and cool. High School Softball teams ment director and the boys alone. To show our appre- Almont High School
were at their own tourna- did field maintenance ciation, the Attack 12u Athletics
Remember, summer is a short season ments, so Coach John throughout the entire team donated their $400 Almont
here in the Great Lakes State. Enjoy
every minute of it by being smart when

Letters, opinions welcome


it comes to enjoying the outdoors, and
traversing our beautiful state on our not-
so-lovely, orange barrel filled roads.
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Gifts from Nature and beyond


J une 16: Im sitting with
my friend Lois on the
quaint little back deck that
I tell Lois that after so
many months through the
greenhouse and retail sea-
grateful to call my own.
The weather has
changed, and a clean wind
overlooks her glorious son, something surprising is stroking the tall tops of
yard. always happened. the massive trees around
Everywhere you look By the end of the sea- me, making a sound thats
theres something interest- son, even the species I not unlike gentle waves
ing to see. Sunlight glints
and sparkles off of Observations in ink... didnt like at all early on, I
ended up falling in love
cresting on a beach.
Its Fathers Day and
astoundingly beautiful,
glittery rocksrocks that Catherine Minolli with, I say with a grin.
She nods her head in
Im thinking of my dad,
knowing how much hed
Lois can describe in great agreement and observes love to be here today, too.
detailwhere theyre from beckoning visitors to pass Its kind of like that with Motorhome parked and
and how they were formed. through her arbor. people, too, isnt it? plugged in out front. Beer
Theres pops of yellow Birdbaths, sculptures, I chuckle, and Lois in one hand, snacks in the
and white flowers on their and many of the engaging continues. other. Maybe tending to a
Photo by Catherine Minolli

feathery stemsagain, nature-inspired gifts that The longer you spend campfire or working on a
each of them native plants Lois has received over the around someoneeven if project.
that the retired naturalist years play across the you dont like them at Dad used to love com-
gleefully explains. landscape and amuse the firstthe more you get to ing to my place. A sensi-
A giant, gnarly catalpa eye. know who they are, and tive soul with a deep
tree lifts its weighty arms Were talking about the the more you understand appreciation for beauty, he Broken arm on magnificent catalpa tree in
toward the sun. Even the glory of plants. Im them, and before you know constantly found ways to friends back yard continues to leaf out and
dead parts of the mighty remembering the days it you even like them. improve on the skillful art bloom.
girl (yes, weve somehow when I worked at the I nod. of Mother Nature.
determined the catalpa is a greenhouses and couldnt Youre so right about I grin as Ithink of him cloud floating by is in a for a moment before float-
female) make her look like wait to get there in the soft that, Lois, I say. If only using a screwdriver to pull heart shape and a grin ing away.
a windswept sculpture, cre- light of morning. everyone would look at the up weeds from in between cracks my face open from Hi, Dad, I say, and
ated only by something Still quiet and some- world like that, wed have the brick pathwaysall ear to ear. It shifts into the smile.
divine. what steamy after a good a lot more peace in this too familiar with the per- shape of a catthe round Gifts from Nature
A centerpiece to the a.m. soak, a heavenly mix life... fectionist gene he pos- peaks of the top of the and from beyondare
deliciously wild landscape, of sweet and earthy filtered June 18: Im sitting on sessed that I inherited. heart become the cats ears everywhere.
one limbbroken but still through the greenhouses, my own back deck, look- I lean back in the chair as the rest of the fluffy Email Catherine at
green with leavesfolds calming the spirit and ing out at the glorious and look up at the deep white morphs into the cats cminolli@pageone-inc.
down toward the earth as if nourishing the soul. landscape that Im so blue sky. The thin white face and body. It sits still com.
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We wont come back til its over, over there


L ast week I wrote a
short summary of
World War I as this nation
appear below contain the
original wording, spelling
and punctuation as
afternoon and helped cele-
brate the good news
Bells and whistles blew to
commemorates the 100th appeared in the letters. call the people together
anniversary of our entry It took a while to gath- and a good many turned
into the war. The United er and train the many thou- out...It was a day that
States sands of troops to join the comes once in a lifetime-
entered war. Training camps were the end of the most horri-
All the Liblong day.. World War I set up around the country. ble and brutal war ever
in April Most Michiganders trained known and this day will be
1917. Over at Camp Custer near Battle remembered
4.7 million Creek and then many were Mr. Paton was right
men and sent to other camps for that this day would be
women more training. remembered, but unfortu-
served in the Capacs Will Hunter nately, the war was not
regular U.S. wrote home from Camp once in a lifetime. The
Rick forces, McArthur, Texas: Our fel- war to end all wars did
Liblong National lows are becoming restless. not achieve that goal. A lit-
Guard units, Our officers work us hard tle more than 20 years later
and draft but take good care of us. the world was again at war
units. As the George M. Up at 5:30; morning exer- in an even bigger struggle.
Cohan song said: And we cise 20 minutes; breakfast, But the men and women

Photo provided
wont come back til its at 7 start 5 mile hike; then who served in World War I
over, over there. drill, drill, drill till 11:30; did their duty to the best of
There were 53,402 dinner; then school till 3, their ability and we, 100
killed in action, 63,114 then drill, drill, drill till Doughboys wrote home whenever they could. years later, honor them and
deaths from disease and 5:30. Wednesdays and
other causes, and about Saturdays we must hike 12 back end filled with empty Robert Bannister and
235,000 wounded. Four m in 2 hours. milk cans. The high explo- William E. Flinn, also
thousand five hundred Almonter Earl sive shells dont make as from Capac, were killed in
were taken prisoner or Greenman says, Our men much racket coming in but action in France as well.
were missing in action. all think we will never see when they light you would Almonter Howard Farley
According to the France but I want to go think the DuPont Powder tried to see a little humor
Michigan History Center, over as the Kaiser has got Works had left the earth. in a bad situation when he
more than 168,000 our home broke up and I The shrapnel shells burst wrote to his dad: Saw one
Michiganders served and would like to take one in the air sending their funny sight. An American
approximately 5,000 died poke at his bean anyway small particals [sic] to the Doughboy being carried on
and 15,500 were wounded. We have to go on a twenty earth with a dull thud. a duck board by four
My hometown of Almont, four mile hike tomorrow. Will Hunter, now at the husky Germans. He had a
population 789 in 1920, But most of the local front: When my squad got piece of shrapnel near
sent 71 men and 3 women. troops did see France and back eight of us were left where he normally sits
Mercifully, none of them the fighting up close. out of sixty. Thats the down on, that had taken
perished. Capac sent 164 Howard Farley wrote from time I got the twin the seat of his trousers

Photo provided
to the war and three paid Valbourne, France, We machine gun bullet scars away and a pound or two
the ultimate price. Other started down through the on the back of my left of good meat. Anyway, he
Lapeer County towns that valley to the hill but fell hand. And also had my was laying on his belly,
lost men were: Dryden, 4; back under heavy machine notebook, pencil and a smoking a pipe, grinning Albert and Howard Farley of Almont.
Clifford, 2; Lapeer, 7; gun and artillery fireOur package of letters, which I and kidding his Hun bear-
Imlay City, 3; Otter Lake, losses were heavy that carried in my breast pock- ers.
1; Hadley, 1; North day. et, shot to pieces. Everybody at home did
Branch, 3; Attica, 2; Sgt. Bernard Martin of Lt. Albert Glassford of what they could to help the
Burnside, 1; Lum, 1 and Imlay City reported to his Capac, Co L, 119th Inf, soldiers and the war effort.
Deerfield, 1. sister, I have been up to Div. wrote home to his Clarence Reid, Almont,
In those days, of the front line, been to shell wife, Nina, from the front wrote: Maybe you think
course, there was no email, fire and through gas in France. His letter was that all the flour and sugar
texting, Skype or other attacks and came out with- published in the Capac that you are saving at Bessie Laurent was a
modern manner of keeping out a scratch. Journal. In part it reads: home doesnt get over here nurse from Almont in
in touch. So the Almonter Kenneth Nina, war is hellI but it does and we get all World War I.
Doughboys, as they were Baughman reported to a cant begin to describe it to we want at all times. So
called, wrote letters home friend, A fellow gets so you for it is beyond all you people at home are
the old fashioned way. he can tell by the sound of comprehensionThis was doing a lot to win this back two towns and the Corporal Will Hunter of
Their families shared some a shell coming through the the biggest attack I ever war 128th U.S. Inft. was on the Capac.
of those letters through the air just what it contains. A could imagine. The cannon Pvt. Frank Hamilton, front line holding when
local newspapers like the gas shell is the easiest to were wheel on wheel and wrote: Does the old town peace was declared (when
Almont Herald, the Capac tell. It makes a noise like a the noise was terrific. The really miss the boys away the armistice was signed). say thank you for your
Journal and the Imlay City 1903 Ford going over a Germans died like flies with Uncle Sam? I believe The guns on both sides service. They made the
Times. The letters that rough frozen road with the Our regiment took 1,300 even old Almont can wake ceased firing at 11 oclock world safe for democracy.
prisoners; my company up and am tickled clean today, and the 125th Infts Special thanks to Jim

Truth takes many forms took about 300 and one


man alone took 19. Oh,
we had Fritz by the neck.
through at the big success
that the Liberty Loan
madeThree cheers!
band came up and played
America just as the fog
Wade, Jan Chisnell,
Marilyn Swihart, John
was clearing away and you Grzyb, Lynda Charlebois,
"People dont think it be Come on out to Rowden A short time later, on Finally after all of the could see Old Glory Sara Bates, Sherry Wilson,
like it be but it do" Park in Lapeer. The event October 11, Lt. Glassfords blood, sweat, tears and floating in the breeze on Rick Bryce, Mark Farley,
Rapper T-Pain. begins at noon and lasts unit made another charge sacrifice, the war ended the front. The war was Richard Hill, Barbara

N ot usually a fan of rap,


I nonetheless loved
that. So succinct. So crisp
until four.
What a
great great

at the Germans. He was
shot through the chest and
died October 18. He is
when an armistice was
signed on November 11,
1918 at 11 a.m. Will
over. Paton, Bill and Tim Juhl,
George W. Paton, publisher the Michigan History
of the Almont Herald Center and many others
and concise. And because time that interred in an American Hunter wrote to his broth- wrote, About sixty auto for their help in preparing
last weeks column was promises to cemetery in France. He left er, Frank, on November loads of Dryden and Imlay this series.
very long, I was deter- be! behind Nina and two 11: We went over yes- people with their band Email Rick at
mined to make this one And daughters. terday and drove the Bosch came to Almont Monday rick.liblong@cox.net.
short. That little one-liner, finally, here
with just a few comments
concerning how it ended up
on my radar, seemed about
are a few
comments
about that


Heigh Ho, Heigh Ho, Its off to work we go!
W
right for my perspective rap line I ell, dear Reader, way well after our dinner
this week. shared at the weve survived hour, unusual for his 6 p.m.
Something happened to top of the column. I was so another marital marker. Six punctuality. He stepped
that plan, however; and the taken by it that I googled it months of His retirement. into my study a bit sheep-
column is becoming an to see the context of the With one phone call last ish.
assortment of thoughts, story. Gabriel Silvan from December 21, the poor guy Youll never guess
plans, and ideas. Covington, WA, a fan of induced the greatest transi- where Ive been.
First off, let me correct Rapper T-Pain because his tion in his Oh?
a mistake I made. I just older sister had been a fan life-and Grand Lake.
read the June 14 column before him, contacted the
Honest Living . . .
without the You drove up to
right along with the rest of rapper, asking him for a benefit of a Presque Isle to the Lodge?
you and saw the same thing quote he could use in his refresher He nodded and slid into
you might have seen. Id yearbook. When I read Lamaze my reading chair. Its been
Photo provided

noticed along the way that that, I was all in, what with class. over forty years since Ive
I had used the wrong it being graduation time. After seen the place. Its not the
nameSpalding. When I And I loved the quote forty-seven same.
had looked to verify the supposedly years on the He talked about the
spelling (Spalding vs. originally attributed to road as an modernization of his Tending the gardens has become the new
workplace at the Underwood farm.
Spaulding) I discovered it former Major League outside beloved childhood summer
was neither. I was using Baseball Player Oscar salesman, roads and haunts. We
the whole wrong name Gamblethat T-Pain sent. he awoke the next morning reviewed again this truth: as their mother. help this spring. Instead of
that it should have read Here it is again: People with no place to go and no nothing remains the same, He turned from his driving carpet and wood
Sparling. I went back dont think it be like it be quota. and loss and mourning book. I never looked at it samples to clients, hes
and made the changes, but but it do. Christmastime, a new car, comes with each change. like that. now my mulch delivery-
I see I forgot to fix it the Gabe submitted it to and our wedding anniversa- The premise abided like a I didn't either until man.
first time I used it. My the yearbook committee, ry diverted the symptoms faithful friend as we navi- today. And Mo the retired
apologies. and when the quote did of withdrawal through gated retirements rough See, my husband is mouser doesnt know what
The next item is that indeed appear with his pic- January. waters through February wired to work alone. Im to do with his master home
Ed Le Voir, Station ture, he sent proof to the Then headaches hit and March. In April, I took made to commune. So he day and night, so the cat
Manager at WMPC sent an famed rapper, and within with a paralyzing ven- a sabbatical from a few pulled up weed cloth and sleeps under the lilac
email asking me to pro- minutes heard back from geance. weekly commitments to dead lavender plants and hedge. He awakes to meow
mote an event called T-Pain personally. That, I I put the brakes on too rest, consider, and revise sowed grass seed while I for his breakfast, lunch, or
Praise in the Park. On thought, was a fun human- fast. I should've never my personal and profes- worked another field and dinner.
Saturday, June 24th, interest story to share with retired in the winter, he sional life. my gardens. Gradually, his After our lunch the
five area churches are you this week. Because, for said one Sunday night. We began our field and headaches subsided. His other day, I took up my
teaming up to bring live sure, people often dont Then you need to yard work. He went his strength and enthusiasm garden gloves to replant the
praise and worship music. think it be like it be, but it take a drive tomorrow to way. I went mine. The revived. greasy and turkey craw
Everyone is invited to do. breathe some fresh air. wind cleared and invigorat- When it came time for beans. I waved him good-
come and enjoy. Bring So...hows that for All day. And every day ed our minds. me to plant the vegetable bye. Heigh Ho, Heigh Ho,
your lawn chair. Bring something to chew on for this week as if youre You know, I told him garden in May, he weeded It's Off to Work I Go!
your picnic basket. And the week? going to work. one night, when each of it without my request. With He smiled.
for sure bring your sun- Email Willene at The following night his the girls left home, it was his hands and back around Email Iris at
screen (and/or umbrella). willenetanis@aol.com. car pulled into our drive- like retirement from my job 24/7, weve not had to hire irisleeu@sbcglobal.net.
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Town Talk
Editors note: Due to space Adults 55 and over are invit- will be received before you setting every 2nd and 4th Only, Thursdays 1-3:45 p.m.
constraints announcements
will be posted one week in
ed to Berlin Twp. Senior
Center to play cards from
stop in to shop. Any ques-
tions, please call Joyce
Youth Events Monday of the month at 9
a.m. at Seros, 925 Gratiot in
By Appointment Only.
Additional Immunization
advance of the event. Notices noon-3 p.m. the 2nd Kaufman at 810-395-7532. Ready, Set, Go! Workshop. Marysville. For more info, Clinics Offered: By
must be received in writing by Wednesday of every month. This is a FREE workshop for call Julie at 810-388-0868. Appointment Only (held in
noon Monday prior to the Bring a sack lunch, bever- The Capac Kitchen serves 3-5 year olds & parents/care- 2nd floor clinic area). Walk-
publication date. ages provided. Senior stretch free meals every Tuesday givers! Enjoy fun projects TOPS 620 Lapeer weight- In (held in lower level). For
exercise on Tuesdays 10-11 from 4:30-6 p.m. at Zion that will develop your childs loss group meets Tuesday additional info, to check if
United Methodist Church. nights at the Hunters Creek
For Senior Citizens a.m. Potluck luncheons will
be served the 4th Tuesday of Free meals for people in
skills and prepare them for
school! Children also enjoy a Mobile Home Park Club
House, 725 DeMille Rd. in
we accept your insurance, or
to schedule an appointment
every month at noon. Call need are offered at the North snack, story time, and a free please call 810-667-0448.
Gentle Yoga Tuesdays from 810-395-4518 for details. book! Call the Family Lapeer. Weigh-in from 6-6:30
Branch Senior Center on p.m., meeting from 6:30-7:30 Free hearing and vision
9-10 a.m. at First Monday and Thursday eve- Literacy Center today to
Congregational Church in Ryan Smith, a certified alco- reserve your seat at 810-664- p.m. For more info call 810- screens for children of pre-
hol and drug counselor will nings from 5:30-7 p.m. Call 664-7579. school age are available at
Almont. Practice led by Dina 810-441-0322 for more info. 2737 and for more info on
Miramonti, RYT. be available at the Imlay dates and times. the Lapeer County Health
City Seniors Center on the TOPS 888 (Take Off Pounds Department. To schedule an
Orchards Cupboard Food Sensibly) meets Wednesdays
Imlay City Senior Center 4th Thursday of every month Pantry is open the 3rd Play groups available. Free 6 appointment please call 810-
Texas Hold Em 12:30 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. week sessions. At these FREE at the 25 Pine Ridge Dr. in 667-0448 or 810-245-5549.
Saturday of every month 9 Lapeer. Weigh-in at 8:30
p.m. For info 810-724-6030. a.m.-noon. Food distributed 90-minute playgroups, chil-
dren will participate in story- a.m., 9:30 a.m. meeting. Call Capac Pharmacy is teaming
at 74903 McKay Rd., Bruce
Dinner and an evening of
card playing with friends, Free Meals, Food Twp., 586-336-4673. www. time, developmentally appro-
priate games and crafts,
Linda at 810-245-3955 or
Phyllis 810-395-7035 for
with Support Million Hearts
by offering in-pharmacy
50/50 raffle and prizes of orchardsonline.org. more info. blood pressure screenings,
St. Pauls Lutheran Church learn new skills, and enjoy a
high and low for each table snack and social time with 136 North Main St. in Capac,
every 3rd Monday at the
Washington Senior Center,
Food for Families kitchen
is open to the public for free, Museums other children. Parents will
For those that have experi-
enced the death of a loved
Tuesdays, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Everyone is invited to come
hot meals every Monday and have the chance to talk to one, a support group is avail-
57880 Van Dyke, Washington other adults with same-age and have their blood pres-
Twp., MI 48094, from 4-8 Wednesday from 4-5:30 p.m. The Dryden Historical able facilitated by a trained sure read for free.
Society meets at 7 p.m. the children. Register now for United Hospice Service
p.m. Call for further details, This Heart Loves Food the next session! Numerous
586-752-6543. first Wednesday of the (UHS) bereavement volun-
Pantry is open the 1st locations and dates available.
Swing Dance Lessons Saturday of each month
month and the museum
opens every Monday from For more info and to sign up
teer. Marlette Regional
Hospital, 2770 Main Street in Events
offered at the Port Huron from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at 5:30-7 p.m. call the Family Literacy Marlette, hosts this support
Senior Center, 600 Grand Gateway Assembly Church, Center at 810-664-2737. group the 1st Friday of each West Berlin United
Avenue in Port Huron, every 2796 S. Van Dyke Rd., Imlay The Capac Historical month at 10 a.m. in the Methodist Church, 905
Tues. from 7:30-9 p.m. and
the 1st and 3rd Thurs. of the
City.
The Attica United Methodist
Society is open to visitors
daily from 1-3 p.m. and 1-4 Support Groups Administration Conference
Room. For more info, call
Holmes Rd., Allenton will
have an Ice Cream Social
month from 7:30-9 p.m. with p.m. on Sundays. Call 810- 800-635-7490 or visit www. with ice cream, pies and
Church will be holding a 395-2859 for more info. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) strawberries on June 23,
instructors Lyle Malaski & free community meal on the marletteregionalhospital.org.
Kristina Morton. Call 810- meetings are held every 2017 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00
2nd and 4th Tuesday of each The Imlay City Historical Monday night at 8 p.m. at St. p.m. All are welcome.
984-5061 for more info. month from 4:30-6:30 p.m.
For more info please call
Museum is now open for the
2017 season. Volunteer
Pauls Lutheran Church in Fundraisers
Council on Aging
Membership is open to indi- 810-724-0690 or visit www. docents will be happy to
Imlay City.
Womans Life Chapter 855
Other
viduals 18 and older. The atticaumc.org. greet you on Saturdays from Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
1 to 4 p.m. The current and Al-Anon meetings are will continue its Bottle & Can
Capac Senior Center is open The Attica Food Bank at Drive, to help those in need, Notice from Ferguson
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. week- exhibit Everlasting held every Wednesday night Cemetery Almont,
the Attica United Methodist Heirlooms is a wonderful at 8 p.m. at the Capac United throughout the year of 2017.
days. We offer a variety of Church, 27 Elk Lake Rd., is Call for the nearest drop off Michigan. Effective 8-1-17
activities such as fitness and display of the work of mas- Methodist Church, Capac, lot prices will increase from
open from 2-4 p.m. the 2nd ter craftsman Richard MI. location. For large donations
craft classes, a book review and 4th Monday of each a pickup service is available. $600.00 to $700.00. If you are
group, cards and bus trips. Lauwers. His wood turned interested in buying a lot or
month. Proof of residency objects feature a variety of Lapeer Area Citizens Against 810-392-5136.
Call Lori at 395-7889 for and need required. Domestic Assault meets 1-3 you have questions regard-
more info. wood and functional pieces. The Imlay City Christian ing the cemetery in general,
Other new exhibits include p.m. every Wednesday in the
The Capac Community Lapeer Court House for per- School is holding a fundrais- please contact Nancy Garner
Almont and Dryden area Food Pantry, 112 S. Main the new period room featur- er for TAFFY (Tuition at 810-627-1861.
senior citizens meet the 2nd ing 1865 bedroom furniture. sonal protection order clinic.
Street, is open each For info 810-246-0632. Assistance Fundraising For
Tuesday of the month at 12 Wednesday from 1-3 p.m. The music exhibit has been Youth). Come join us for Free tutor training for peo-
p.m. at the Almont Lions Please call LOVE, INC. at re-worked and there is an FOR WIDOWED MEN & euchre the 2nd Saturday of ple who would like to help
Hall, 222 Water St., for a 810-245-2414 in advance to addition to the art display of WOMEN: Lunch-Cards- each month at 7 p.m. at the others in our community
potluck and program. Call ensure your food voucher work of local artists. Watch Friendship. Join us every 3rd Imlay City Christian School, improve English skills.
798-8210 for more info. for more changes, inside and Tuesday of each month from 7197 E. Imlay City Rd. in Volunteer basis. Please call
outside of the museum. For 11:45 a.m.-4 p.m. at Cavis Imlay City. For more info, for orientation before train-
questions contact Marilyn Pioneer Restaurant, 5600 call 810-724-5695. ing at 810-664-2737.
Swihart 724-1904. Lapeer Rd. in Kimball Twp. Volunteer for the Habitat for
The Almont Community
Historical Society Museum
48074. No RSVP necessary.
For more info call Joanne K. Medical Care Humanity of Lapeer County
at the office. Interested par-
at 810-324-2304. This activity ties can call 810-664-7111
AFFORDABLE INDEPENDENT LIVING APARTMENTS WITH: is open Saturdays from 1-4 is sponsored by Widowed Lapeer County Health
p.m. Please stop by and Department, 1800 Imlay City and speak to Carolyn, Cheryl
3 Nutritious Meals Daily Light Housekeeping Friends, a peer support or Pete at 810-660-7823.
Compimentary Satellite TV Health Services
learn about your communi- group www.widowedfriends. Rd., Lapeer - Regular
ty. Society meetings are held org. Immunization Clinic Hours:
Life-enriching Activities Available
at the museum on the sec-
ond Monday of the month at Widowed Friends invites all
(held in 2nd floor clinic area)
Mondays 1-3:30 p.m. Walk- Club News
7 p.m. For more info call widowed to join us for break- In, Wednesdays 8:30 a.m.-
www.SanctuaryatMapleVista.org 810-796-3355. fast and friendship in a safe 11:30 p.m. By Appointment Veterans of Foreign Wars
(VFW) of Imlay City, Post
2492, 598 N. Almont Ave.

c
(Fairgrounds Rd.) Overseas
Veterans Meetings 2nd
Thursday, every other
month, 7 p.m.; Post Meetings
1st Thursday every month, 7
p.m.; Auxiliary Meetings 1st
Saturday of every month, 10

AREA UNITED
St. Pauls a.m.

Lutheran Church Almont/Dryden Masons


(ELCA) meets 7 p.m. every 2nd

METHODIST
859 N. Van Dyke Road Thursday of the month at
200 North Cedar (M-53) 4411 Newark Road
Imlay City, Michigan 48444 Masonic Center in Almont.
Imlay City, MI Attica, MI 48412
810-724-1200 810-724-2702 Sunday 2:30 pm The Imlay City American

CHURCHES
email: nlcc@newlifechristian.net Tuesday 7:00 pm Legion Post 135 meets the
Worship 8:30 & 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
www.newlifechristian.net
Friday Youth 7:00 pm 2nd and last Wednesdays of
Pastor Tim Martin the month at 7:30 p.m. The
Pastor Alan Casillas Sunday 10 a.m. Service 15 firstapostolichome.com post is located at 212 E.
15 15
Third Street. Contact them
Attica Capac Imlay City Almont Light of Christ at 724-1450 or americanle-
U.M.C. U.M.C. C.R.C. First Baptist Church Community gionpost135@frontier.com.
14952 Imlay City Rd., Capac 395 N. Cedar (M-53)
27 Elk Lake Road, Attica, MI
(810) 724-0690 Church 810-395-2112
Sunday School - 9:15 am - All Ages
www.imlaycitycrc.org
Worship 10:00 a.m.
Wayne Boyd, Pastor
881 Van Dyke - 810-798-8888
Church The Evening Star Quilt
Guild meets the last
Sunday Worship: 10 a.m Sunday Service: 10:30 am Sunday School 11:15 a.m. Sunday Bible Classes: 9:45 am 2720 Winslow Road Wednesday of each month at
Attica Food Bank: Serving those Junior Church and Nursery Available Youth Ministry Worship Services
10:30 am & 6:00 pm
Imlay City, MI 48444 the Davison Senior Center,
in need in Attica Twp, 2-4 pm, Bible Studies Every MOPS Program
Bible Study Wednesday 7:00 pm 1 Mile South of I-69 Overpass 10135 Lapeer Rd. in Davison.
Community Mens & Womens
2nd and 4th Monday Monday and Tuesday Evenings fbc@airadvantage.net Meetings start at 6:30 p.m.
Bible Studies Live Webcasting Sunday all worship services Sunday Worship 10:30 am
Rev. Ron Rouse Tuesday Morning
810-724-4315 over Sermonaudio.com/fbcalmont 15 and doors open at 6 p.m. For
www.atticaumc.org 15
Come as you are - everyone is welcome!
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Come Grow With Us! 15
Proclaiming the Sovereign Grace of God Phone: 810-724-6999 15
more info call Lisa, 810-358-
7294.
Dryden Imlay City Sacred Heart GATEWAY ST. JOHNS LUTHERAN CHURCH
Womans Life Chapter 855
U.M.C. U.M.C. Catholic Church
ASSEMBLY
(ELCA) 109 E. Kempf Court Capac, MI
(810) 395-7557 will meet June 6, 2017 in
Corner of 4th St. & Almont Ave. 700 Maple Vista, Imlay City
Richmond at the Lois
5394 Main Street - Dryden (Across from the Library) 810-724-1135 2796 S. Van Dyke Road - Imlay City Wagner Memorial Library
www.imlayumc.org 74903 McKay Rd., Romeo Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
810-796-3341 9:15 a.m. Sunday School Weekday Masses
586.336.4673
Morning Worship - 8:45 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
at 6:30 p.m. Everyone is wel-
10:30 a.m. Worship Mon-Tues-Thurs-Fri 8 am Wed. 10 am Evening Service - 5:00 p.m. come to attend.
Pastor Patricia Hoppenworth First Sat. 8 am
Sunday Mornings
Nursery Available
Weekend Masses
Wednesday Family Night - 6:45 p.m. Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. Jr. Church for K-5th grade 10:30 am
Markets
Youth Group 6th-12th grade Sat. Vigil Mass 5 pm Adult & Children's Sunday School 9:00 a.m. Supervised child care during all services
Worship Service - 11:00 a.m. 5pm-6:30pm Sundays Sun. 9 am - English Children's Church during service. Sunday School
EVERYONE WELCOME! Rev. Dr. Marcel Allen Lamb
11 am - Spanish
Confessions 1/2 hr. before each Mass &4pm Sat. COME & MAKE A Phone: 810-724-8110 9:00 a.m. September thru May
15 810-724-0687 15 Father Paul Ward DIFFERENCE WITH US! 15 Pastor Jeffrey S. Krist 15 Staffed Nursery During Worship 15
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Every Sunday Lapeer
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Church of Christ Lutheran Church United Church of Christ
will be held at the Lapeer
U.M.C. 670 N. Van Dyke 1970 S. Almont Ave., Imlay City 275 Bancroft - Imlay City
Center Building, 425 County
Imlay City, MI 48444
201 E. St. Clair, Almont, MI Center St. in Lapeer. From 8
905 Holmes Rd. - Allenton, MI Sunday Service
at corner of Newark Rd.
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810-724-7855
Corner of Almont Road Bible Study (all ages) 10:00am
Morning Worship 11:00am Sunday School 9:00 a.m. 810-724-6207 Sr. Pastor: Keith Langley inside and outside sell a huge
810-395-2409 1st Sunday of the
Month Evening Service 2:30pm
Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m.
Thursday Worship 7:00 p.m.
Sunday School &Morning Adult Group 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Worship Service at 10:15 a.m.
Nursery available and Jr. Church
variety of items to the public.
This long-running commu-
Worship Service 10:30 a.m.
Worship Service - 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Bible Classes (all ages) 7:00pm Pastor Rev. Dr. Renee C. Jackson
for ages 3 thru 5th grade nity event is sponsored by
810-724-3306 Jr./Sr. High Youth Group ~ Sundays 6-8pm
the Lapeer Center Building,
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Ralph O. Stuebs
Cell-(567) 674-0438 No matter who you are or where you are Kidz 4 Christ ~ Wednesdays 6-7:30pm
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Phone 810-724-2620 Sunday - 11:00 a.m. Sunday - 9:00 a.m. Pastor Steven Helms has been voted The Best of
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Page 11-A-TRI-CITY TIMES-JUNE 21, 2017

Announcements
Capac writer makes Top Ten
Eighth grader Karter Slayton earns recognition in Farm Bureau essay contest
By Maria Brown
mbrown@pageone-inc.com

CAPAC Karter
Slayton, an eighth grader at
Capac Jr./Sr. High, took
sixth in the state in the
America & Me Essay con-
test.
Karter and other top
finishers from across

Photo provided
Michigan were recently
recognized by Farm Bureau
Insurance in Lansing at a
May 17 awards banquet.

OLeary, Dittenber to tie knot


As a top ten finisher,
the Capac student earned
some impressive prizesa
Jessica Lynn OLeary at Pulmonary Care and plaque, medallion, and a
of Allenton and Kenneth Associates in Shelby Twp. cash award of $1,000. In

Photo provided
Jeffrey Dittenber of Ray The groom-to-be is addition, finalists met with
Township are engaged to the son of Jeffrey and state government leaders,
be married. Andrea Dittenber of Ray were honored at Cooley
The bride-to-be is the Township and the grand- Law School Stadium as Capacs Karter Slayton (third from left, back) was a top ten finalist in the
daughter of Dennis and son of Trudy and Dale special guests at a Lansing Michigan America & Me Essay Contest, earning a cash prize and atten-
Bridget OLeary of Dittenber of Turner, and Lugnuts minor league base- dance at special events in Lansing.
Allenton and the grand- the late Louis and Irene ball game, and enjoyed a
daughter of Theresa Carnacchi of AuGres. luncheon cruise aboard the students are now encour- competed against over Bureau Insurances CEO
Vanlerberghe and the late Kenny is a graduate of Michigan Princess aged to write about their 4,000 other students from Jim Robinson; contest
George Vanlerberghe of Wayne State University Riverboat on Lansings personal Michigan nearly 400 Michigan junior founder Jack Stucko; and a
Berville, and the Late where he studied graphic Grand River. heroessomeone they highs and middle schools. teacher of a top ten state-
Lawrence and Marjorie design and he is a jour- The America & Me know personally who has The student essays for wide winner from the 2015-
OLeary of Allenton. neyman electrician Essay Contest was founded encouraged and inspired this, the 48th annual con- 2016 contest year.
Jessica studied at both employed with Lite by Farm Bureau Insurance them to live better and test, were based on the Slayton expressed his
Macomb Community Electric in Shelby Twp. in 1968 to encourage achieve more. Since its topic, My Personal gratitude for former Capac
College and St. Clair A February, 2018 Michigan youth to explore inception, over 500,000 Michigan Hero. The final Middle School Principal
County Community wedding is planned for their roles in Americas Michigan 8th graders have ranking of the winners was Dave Kochan and teacher
College and is employed Marysville. future. Since then, the focus participated in the contest. determined by a panel of Tim Gross in his My
has changed slightly and The 2016-2017 winners judges comprised of Farm Personal Michigan Hero.
Motyka earns high honors
Tracie L. Motyka grad-
uated with Cum Laude
Dispatch log...
honors from Midwestern Editors note: The fol- throughout the day stance in the 100 block of E. June 14
University in Illinois on lowing is a compilation of June 17 Kempf Ct. in Capac warrant arrest in the
May 25, 2017 as Doctor of activity and reports from 02:58 Suspicious vehicle fire in the 3400 block of Farley Rd. in
Pharmacy and is beginning area police departments: Person (100 block W. Fifth 16000 block of Almont Rd. Almont Twp.
a residency program at St.) in Berlin Twp. suspicious circum-
Genesis Regional Medical In Imlay City: 11:50 Threats (1800 civil matter in the stance in the 2200 block of
Center in July to become June 12 block Stoldt Ave.) 15000 block of Imlay City Bristol Rd. in Imlay Twp.
BCPS. With Love, Proud 16:27 Peace Officer 22:02 Suspicious Rd. in Mussey Twp. June 15
Parents and sister. (300 block Cheney St.) Circumstance (300 block June 18 damage to property in
20:45 Alarm (300 W. Second St.) vehicle in the ditch and the 3100 block of N. Blacks
block E. Capac Rd.) 22:22 Disturbing the Gilbert and Sperry roads in Corners Rd. in Goodland

Mitchell co-sponsors 22:12 Civil Dispute


(400 block W. Fourth St.)
Peace (500 block N. Blacks
Corner Rd.)
Multiple Traffic Stops Multiple Traffic Stops
Berlin Twp.
citizen assist in the 500
block of N. Main St. in
Twp.
abandoned auto on
eastbound I-69 in Attica

College Transparency Act throughout the day.


June 13
throughout the day

11:45 Medical Assist 03:52


June 18
Disorderly
Capac
vehicle inspection in
the 16000 block of Hough
Twp.
June 16
abandoned auto in the
TRI-CITY AREA for Education Statistics (6800 block Newark Rd.) Conduct (300 block W. Rd. in Berlin Twp. 4300 block of Newark Rd.
Rep. Paul Mitchell, the (NCES). NCES would be 16:45 Civil Dispute Second St.) car-deer accident at in Attica Twp.
Republican who repre- responsible for securely (100 block N. Almont Ave.) 05:44 Alarm (500 Holmes and Bordman Rd. operating under the
sents Michigans 10th storing student informa- 17:10 Threats (100 block N.Cedar St.) in Berlin Twp. influence in the 3300 block
District, together with tion, working with rele- block W. Third St.) 18:46 Welfare Check June 19 of Greenwood Rd. in Attica
Colorado Democrat Jared vant federal agencies to 20:29 Private Property (1800 block S. Cedar St.) medical emergency in Twp.
Polis introduced the generate post-college out- Damage Accident (400 19:46 Private Property the 14000 block of Gilbert assist other law
College Transparency Act comes reports, and pre- block W. First St.) Damage Accident (2000 Rd. in Berlin Twp. enforcement in the 6700
of 2017 (H.R. 2434) to senting the summary Multiple Traffic Stops block S. Cedar St.) animal complaint in block of Armstrong Rd. in
enable students and fami- information on a user- throughout the day. 22:29 Suspicious the 200 block of N. Lester Goodland Twp.
lies to make more informed friendly website for stu- June 14 Person (100 block W. Fifth St. in Capac alarms in the 7500
choices about education dents and families. 18:31 Assault & St.) animal complaint in block of E. Imlay City Rd.
after high school. Furthermore, NCES is pro- Battery/Harassment (300 22:53 Suspicious the 550 block of W. Mill St. in Imlay Twp.
In a joint press release, hibited from sharing per- block E. Third St.) Vehicle (200 block School in Capac fraud in the 4000 block
Mitchell and Polis said the sonally identifiable student 18:42 Alarm (1900 House Dr.) fraud in the 15000 of Bowers Rd. in Attica
College Transparency Act information. block S. Cedar St.) block of Helen Rd. in Berlin Twp.
of 2017 will provide It has long been a pri- June 15 In St. Clair Twp. road hazard on west-
actionable and customiz- ority of mine to ensure 04:43 Welfare Check County: bound I-69 in Attica Twp.
able information for stu- students and families have (200 block E. Third St.) Police and emergency In Lapeer County: assist motorist on west-
dents and families as they the necessary tools to make 07:09 Animal Problem responders responded to Complaints handled by bound I-69 in Attica Twp.
consider higher education informed decisions about (100 block Lynn Ct.) dispatch calls for, in addi- the Lapeer County Sheriffs property damage acci-
opportunities by accurate- their future, Mitchell said. 08:00 Suspicious tion to traffic stops: Department, in addition to dent on N. Blacks Corners
ly reporting on student As soon as I assumed Person (Fourth St./Polly June 14 traffic stops Rd. in Imlay Twp.
outcomes such as enroll- office, I began working on Ann Trailhead Parking) animal complaint in June 13 June 18
ment, completion, and legislation to increase 13:34 Citizen Assist the 100 block of Mill St. in peace officer duties in alarms in the 2700
post-college success transparency to enable stu- (300 block N. Almont Ave.) Capac the 5500 block of Hunters block of S. Van Dyke in
across colleges and majors, dents to make decisions 15:30 Civil Dispute malicious destruction Creek Rd. in Attica Twp. Imlay Twp.
while ensuring the privacy that will put them on the (100 block Main St.) of property in the 14000 personal injury acci- non-sufficient funds
of individual students is path to success. 15:50 Civil Dispute block of Koehn Rd. in dent on Belle River Rd. in check in the 170 block of
securely protected. Polis added: (300 block E. Third St.) Capac Attica Twp. Lake Pleasant Rd. in Attica
Most importantly, Education is the single 16:35 Suspicious fraud in the 400 block trespassing in the 3500 Twp.
this information will tell best investment a person Circumstance (200 block N. of N. Main St. in Capac block of Churchill Rd. in June 19
students how other pro- can make in todays econ- Almont Ave.) parking complaint in Goodland Twp. welfare check on N.
spective students have omy. Students should be 17:05 Utility Problem the 15000 block of W. Park alarms in the 3200 Summers Rd. in Attica Twp.
succeeded at an institu- empowered to make the (Newark Rd./S. Almont St. in Capac block of Sutton Rd. in Attica 911 hang up call in the
tion, and help point them decision thats best for Ave.) June 15 Twp. 600 block of Lake Pleasant
towards schools best suit- them, and that starts with 20:18 Suspicious animal complaint at S. juvenile issue in the Rd. in Attica Twp.
ed to their unique needs having accurate, credible, Circumstance (Blacks Main and Hunters Crossing 2300 block of S. Lake suspicious circum-
and desired outcomes, and accessible information Corners Rd./Railroad Blvd. in Capac George Rd. in Attica Twp. stances in the 8400 block of
Under the updated sys- at hand. Crossing) animal complaint in property damage acci- Shaw Rd. in Goodland Twp.
tem, institutions would The congressmen 21:03 Assist MSP with the 100 block of E. Church dent in the 690 block of N. neighborhood trouble
securely report privacy- report that companion leg- Property Damage Accident St. in Capac Lake Pleasant Rd. in Attica in the 2000 block of School
protected, student-level islation has been intro- (Newark Rd./Reek Rd.) June 16 Twp. St. in Attica Twp.
data to the National Center duced in the U.S. Senate. 22:53 Debris in assault and battery in property damage acci- drunkenness in the
Roadway (S. Van Dyke Rd./ the 370 block of North Ave. dent on Newark Rd. in 2000 block of S. Lake
EB I-69) in Berlin Twp. Attica Twp. George Rd. in Attica Twp.
Multiple Traffic Stops intrusion alarm in the
Kit House Hunters to visit throughout the day
June 16
8500 block of WinnRd. in
Lynn Twp. Police and fire briefs...
IMLAY CITY The Ruth Hughes Library is 00:02 Citizen Assist civil matter in the
(600 block Maple Vista St.) 15000 block of Imlay City Editors note: The fol- 12 from a motorist who
hosting a presentation on the history of kit homes by
16:12 Citizen Assist Rd. in Capac lowing is a compilation of utilized the Park and Ride
experts Andrew and Wendy Mutch, the Kit House (500 block S. Almont Ave.) malicious destruction
Hunters. Andrew and Wendy research kit houses activity and reports from lot at I-69 and Capac Rd.
17:32 Civil Dispute of property in the 450 block area police and fire The Eastpointe resi-
across the country from their home base, a 1926 Sears (200 block E. Capac Rd.) of Church St. in Berlin Twp.
kit house in Novi. All are welcome to learn more departments. dent parked his Jeep in
20:53 Property Damage civil matter in the 210 the lot on June 11 around
about this inspiring piece of Americana on June 22 at
6 p.m. Kit houses, which were ordered from Sears
Accident (1900 block S. block of Lester St. in Capac
Cedar St.) welfare check in the
Tires slashed at 4:30 p.m. When he
returned on the 12th
and/or Montgomery Ward catalogs, are now consid- 20:53 Suspicious 14000 block of Jeddo Rd. in public lot around 4:30 p.m., all four
ered historical treasures and are lovingly catalogued Person (Dan Dr./E. Fifth Lynn Twp. tires were flattened by
and preserved by a growing number of aficionados. St.) welfare check in the BERLIN TWP. slash marks.
The library is located at 211 N. Almont Ave. in Imlay 21:25 Delinquent 15000 block of Imlay City The St. Clair County No other vehicles had
City. For more information visit www.ruthhughes.org Minor (300 block E. Third Rd. in Mussey Twp. Sheriffs Office took a apparently been damaged
or call 810-724-8043. St.) June 17 malicious destruction of and no suspect informa-
Multiple Traffic Stops suspicious circum- property report on June tion was available.
Page 12-A-TRI-CITY TIMES-JUNE 21, 2017

Obituaries Visiting judge to


Jack Rankin, age 81, of
~ Jack Rankin, 81 ~
He was a self- He is survived by: his Rankin, William Rankin,
hear Konschuh case
Imlay City died Friday,
June 16, 2017 at home in
employed baker at
Rankins Bakery in Imlay
wife: Valerie (Van
Renterghem) Rankin; three
and Carl Rankin; and by
sisters: Lucille Herrmen
Amended complaint, answer,
Imlay City. Jack Dennis City. Jack owned Rankins sons: Michael Rankin of and Hilda Johnston. motions filed in judges lawsuit
Rankin was born June 15, Bakery in Imlay City for Royal Oak, MI, Martin A Mass of Christian
1936 in Croswell, 30 years. This was proba- (Pamela) Marty Rankin burial was held 11:00 a.m. By Catherine Minolli Konschuhs suit worked in
Michigan. He is the son of bly the best little bakery in of Imlay City, MI and on Tuesday, June 20 at cminolli@pageone-inc.com tandem to destroy his repu-
the late James and the late all of South East Stephen Rankin of Sacred Heart Catholic tation and career as a judge
Kathryn (Benedict) Michigan. He had been Commerce Twp., MI; one Church, 700 Maple Vista, LAPEER A visiting so that Turkelson could
Rankin. Jack attended an Imlay City - City brother: Donald (Sue) Imlay City with Rev. Fr. judge will likely hear the have the coveted seat on
Croswell High School. He Commissioner and a past Rankin of Croswell, MI. Paul Ward officiating. claims and counterclaims the bench.
enlisted in the U. S. Air Mayor Pro-tem for the Jack also has four grand- Jacks cremated remains related to a lawsuit filed According to pleadings
Force and served during City of Imlay City. He children: Catherine will be buried at Mt. Hope last month by Lapeer filed by Livonia attorney
the Korean War. He mar- had been a member of the Rankin, Shelby Rankin, Cemetery in Croswell at a County Circuit Court Judge James Acho, who is repre-
ried Valerie Van Imlay City School Board Andrew Rauckis, and later date. Byron Konschuh. senting all of the defen-
Renterghem on October at one time. Jack enjoyed Adam Rauckis. Jack was Please be sure to sign Konschuh is suing dants, Konschuhs claims
Lapeer County are false and unreasonable.
25, 1958 at Croswell, reading history and visit- preceded in death by: his our on-line register book at
Administrator John Biscoe, Acho also filed a
Michigan. ing with his close friends. parents; brothers: Ted muirbrothersfh.com motion to have the case
Treasurer Dana Miller, for-
mer prosecutor Tim moved to Oakland County,
Turkelson, his former chief and to have Pabst removed
~ Joan J. Smith, 72 ~ assistant John Miller and as Konschuhs attorney.
former assistant prosecut- In addition, Acho
Joan J. Smith, age 72, High School Class of trailer covers. Kaake, Christiana Rose ing attorney Cailin Wilson. issued a series of warning
of Imlay City, Michigan 1962. She married Ronald She is survived by: Kaake, and Aaron Andrew Among the counts are mali- letters to Konschuh, threat-
died Friday, June 16, Allen Smith on August 10, two daughters: Lisa Kaake. cious prosecution, abuse of ening a lawsuit if he didnt
2017 at McLaren Lapeer 1968 in Imlay City. (Tracy) Kaake of Attica Joan was preceded in process, invasion of priva- retract statements made by
Region of Lapeer. Joan Ronald Smith died on and Debra (Wayne) death by her husband: cy, libel/slander, tortious his then attorney Michael
Julianna Smith was March 31, 1995. Starking of North Branch; Ronald Allen Smith. interference and gross neg- Sharkey in a press release
born November 26, She had been one son: Jeff (Jill) Smith Funeral services ligence. An amended com- when the criminal case was
1944 in Detroit. She is employed by Vesleys of Imlay City; her sister: are currently pending. plaint filed last week also still pending. Those letters
the daughter of the late Trailer Mfg. Co., Lapeer, Susan (Bernard) Yandura Please be sure to sign alleges First Amendment are what prompted
Frank and the late Helen as a Seamstress. Joan of Rock Ledge, FL; She our on-line register violations, equal protection Konschuhs amended com-
Rose Zella. Joan was a was involved with the also has three grandchil- book at muirbrothersfh. violation, and a Fourth plaint to include the First
graduate of Imlay City sewing to the pop-up dren: Ronald Allen com Amendment violation. He and Fourth Amendment
is seeking damages in violations and the equal
excess of $100,000. protection violation.
~ Marjorie Marge Vargo, 76 ~ The case was assigned
to Circuit Judge Nick
During Mondays hear-
ingwhich lasted less than
Holowka, and several ten minutesHolowka dis-
Marjorie Marge the Imlay City area. She Center in Lapeer as a motionsincluding a cussed his earlier attempt
Vargo, age 76, of Attica, attended Clarks Corner Licensed Practical Nurse request that he recuse him- to recuse himself and have
Michigan, died Tuesday, School and is a 1958 grad- in the pediatric cognitively selfwere slated for hear- the case reassigned to a
June 13, 2017 at William uate of Imlay City High impaired unit. She had ing in his court on Monday. visiting judge.
Beaumont Hospital - Royal School. Marge went on to worked at St. Joseph Konschuhs claims He said he contacted
Oak Campus, MI. get her Licensed Practical Hospital in Pontiac for a relate to five felony charges the state court regional
Marjorie Ann McNary Nurse degree from St. short period of time. that were leveled against administrators office when
was born September 23, Joseph Nursing School in Marge adored her Konschuh in 2014 regard- Konschuhs lawsuit was
1940 in St. Clair Shores, Pontiac, MI. grandchildren. She enjoyed ing funds remitted from a originally filed about a
MI. She was the daughter She married Joseph sewing, knitting, garden- bad check recovery agency month and a half ago.
of the late Donald and the Vargo on August 7, 1965 ing, and mowing the grass. Konschuh had contracted Holowka said he was
late Melba June in Imlay City, Michigan. Marge was a member with while serving as advised to wait until

?
Catherine (Blumline) Marge had been of Right to Life and Sacred Lapeer County Prosecutor. answers, attorney appear-
McNary. Marge grew up in employed by Oakdale Heart Catholic Church. The case lagged on for ances and other pleadings
She taught 5th grade cate- almost two years, during on behalf of the defendants
chism at Sacred Heart. which Konschuh was were filed before officially
Marge is survived by placed on paid administra- requesting that a visiting
her husband: Joseph tive leave. judge take over.
Ultimately, all felony He added that the

CONSUMER ALERT
Vargo; two daughters:
charges were dropped. motion requesting his recu-
Laura (Michael) Caldwell
Konschuh entered a no sal was unnecessary, as
of North Branch, and the court was going to
contest plea to a misde-
Catherine (Mark) Filer of meanor accounting error recuse itself no matter
Families of St. Clair County Attica; one son: James
(Nikki) Vargo of Grand
and after a period of time
his record was cleared.
what...
Holowka instructed the
& Surrounding Areas Blanc; one sister: Donna
McNary of Imlay City;
five grandchildren: Ava
In an earlier interview
Konschuhs attorney Tom
attorneys to prepare an
order officially indicating
Pabst said the lawsuit was the recusal, adding that all
Vargo, Jude Vargo, Claire all about clearing his cli- the motions slated for hear-
Out-of-town funeral homes and cremation Caldwell, Nicholas ents name and restoring ing on Monday will be held
societies are suddenly and aggressively Caldwell, Emily Filer; and his reputation. Pabst alleges in abeyance until a visiting
three nephews: Rev. Father the defendants in judge is assigned.
marketing discount cremation in your area. Chris Ankley, Matt Ankley,
and Joe Ankley.

Families are
She was preceded in
death by her parents: Don
and June McNary; and sis-
Moving Wall organizers
asking...
ter: Carol (Paul) Ankley.
The funeral was held at
11:00 a.m., Monday, June
19, 2017, at St. Cornelius
can still use volunteers
Catholic Church, 3834 N.
Mill St., Dryden. Rev. Half-scale replica of Vietnam
Does a cremation truly cost Father Chris Ankley offici-
ated. Interment followed memorial in Almont July 6-10
less in the city than in my at Arcadia Township
By Tom Wearing youngsters will make a
Cemetery. point of visiting the memo-
hometown? Those wishing to make
twearing@pageone-inc.com
rial during its stay in
memorial donations may ALMONT Two Almont.
direct them to the weeks before the Vietnam Its an honor and an
American Red Cross. Veterans Moving Wall important history lesson,
Contrary to recent promotions and advertisements, Funeral arrangements makes its July 6-10 visit to said Ream. Were hoping
were made by Muir the Village of Almont, a lot of local residents will
cremation does not cost less in metropolitan areas. Brothers Funeral Home of organizers are tying up take advantage of the
Imlay City. some loose ends. opportunity and stop by.
Please be sure to sign Everythings starting Ream said the 2017
More Questions? More Answers. our online register at muir-
brothersfh.com.
to come together, Moving Wall t-shirts are
saidGlenn Ream of the selling quickly and interest
Call your local Funeral Director Lapeer County Vietnam appears to be growing.
or visit pollockrandall.com/consumeralert Subscribe Veterans Association
Chapter 287. Of course,
He added that about
20-25 people attended last

The intent of this consumer alert is to assist the community in making


Today! we always wish we had
more time.
weeks Wall guide class-
es at the Almont American
informed decisions. Tri-City The half-scale replica
of the Vietnam Memorial in
Legion hall and Imlay City
VFW post.
Times Washington D.C. will be
installed on the ballfields
I was hoping we might
get a few more, he said.
(810) 724-2615 or adjacent to the old Almont
Elementary building on
We can always use more
volunteers for security and
www.tricitytimes-online.com School Street, west of Van to assist visitors.
Dyke (M-53). Joe Cain of Almont
The memorial will be American Legion Post 479

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Business news

Zion Robotics grows in Imlay City


Business renovating former dealership, tire shop on M-53
By Maria Brown
mbrown@pageone-inc.com

Photo provided
IMLAY CITY Cars
and the parts that move
them have played a big role
in the history of the Tasker State Rep. Gary Howell (seated) holds discus-
Building on Cedar St. That sion on House Floor with State Rep. Yousef
tradition will continue, but Rabhi of Ann Arbor.
with a nod toward industry
innovation, when Zion
Robotics and Controls
moves into the newly reno-
Funding for new park
vated facility.
Before Keith Goodreau
purchased the property it
moves closer to reality

Photo by Maria Brown


was home to a Dick
Hinterman Ford dealership, GOODLAND TWP. park will be developed in
a tire shop owned by the State Rep. Gary Howell conjunction with the exist-
Tasker family and other joined his House col- ing fishing pond and
various businesses. Once leagues in voting for a bill future site of an historic
construction is complete, to fund land acquisition schoolhouse located on
Zion Robotics and Controls will utilize office and commercial space at and park improvements township-owned land to
Goodreau will move his
the former Tasker Building on Cedar St. (M-53) once renovation work is across the state, including the east of the new parcel.
robotics business into one
completed by Midwest Commercial Construction. a land purchase for Lapeer County is rich
of four office suites and
utilize 2,000 square feet of Goodland Township Park. in scenic natural resourc-
see potential in that said. He currently serves on now offered at Michigan Howell, (R-North es, and these projects will
commercial space in the building...I think the abili- Imlay Townships plan- colleges and universities
back of the building for Branch), said the Natural give more families access
ties are endless of what can ning commission. but theyre choosing to Resources Trust Fund land to that beauty, Howell
equipment testing. go in there. That love for the take a different career
Zion Robotics and buy will use dedicated said. This is a great
The remaining three community meant he didnt path. money for such purchases example of using dedicat-
Controls offers support and suites will be available for think twice when it Its a tough industry
programming to tier one to buy nine acres of land ed funds that do not
lease. came time to choose a but wed like to see them adjacent to the township involve state taxpayer dol-
auto suppliers, Goodreau Helping transform the new home base for his step up, he said.
said. hall and library that will lars and partnering with
space is Greg Dennis and company. Some of them are become Goodland local governments to
Our customers are his crew from Midwest I would rather drive in now realizing you can
wanting us to have a store- Township Park. Currently improve our quality of
Commercial Construction, the city than live in the make good money doing the land is an undeveloped life.
front...traditional brick and another Imlay City compa- city,he said. it and pay off your bills.
mortar. field with a wooded area The funding is com-
ny. Goodreau, whos been Goodreau said Zion is on the northern edge. prised of revenue from the
In existence for eight The city has been very in the industry for 32 years, always looking to hire new
years, Goodreau has been The land will provide lease of state land and is
gracious and Igive Greg a hopes a new generation of programmers. visitors with access to designated on an annual
overseeing Zion Robotics lot of credit for his work, engineers will realize the According to the com-
operations from his home high quality recreation basis in partnership with
Goodreau added. potential that automation, panys website, Zion build, space. In the future, the local governments for the
in Imlay Township and the Currently, the project is especially in the automo- programs and services
company also has an office township plans to develop projects.
in a standstill while they tive field, offers. robots; creates customized a walking path, pavilion, The bill now goes to
in Windsor, Ontario. He wait for final prints to Goodreau said young hardware and software;
employs a total of 32 pro- play equipment, access the Senate for consider-
receive Construction Code people new to the industry project management and drive and parking lot. The ation.
grammers out of both loca- authority. often choose something installation site supervi-

Free and low cost


tion although most do their Ive lived in Imlay other than the automotive sion.
work remotely. City for 32 years and my field because the hours To learn more, visit
Goodreau concedes he wife was born and raised and hard work required. them online at www.zion-
could have secured a pret-

meals in Imlay City


here. I love the township Theres a good supply of rc.com or call (810) 721-
tier structure, but says I and this area, Goodreau mechatronics programs 7101.

Energy, climate expert at Econ Club luncheon By Catherine Minolli


cminolli@pageone-inc.com
The free meals are
available to children ages
Club, 3786 Hunt Rd. in Michigan. mate poli- 18 and under and to per-
By Tom Wearing IMLAY CITY The sons over 18 who partici-
twearing@pageone-inc.com Lapeer. Prior to joining cies. Imlay City School District
The reservation dead- Consumers Energy, pate in a public or non-
is again hosting free meals profit private school pro-
LAPEERCOUNTY line is today (Wed., June Hofmeister served as an Hofmeister for children beginning
21) by calling Fran at 810- Assistant Professor of Law holds a gram established for men-
Brandon J. Hofmeister, June 26 and running
667-0080 or e-mailing to: at Wayne State University Bachelor tally or physically handi-
vice president of through August 8. Meals
fran@lapeerdevelopment. and as a Visiting Professor of Arts capped. The meals will be
Governmental and Public will not be served on July
com of Law at the University of degree in provided without regard to
Affairs for Consumers 3-4.
Hofmeister is responsi- Michigan; focusing on govern- race, color, national origin,
Energy, will be the guest The meals will be
ble for Consumer Energys energy and climate law and ment from Brandon age, sex, or disability.
speaker at the Economic offered at the Imlay City
engagement and relation- policy. H a r v a r d Hofmeister Adult meals are also
Club of Lapeer Countys Middle School, 495 W.
ships with federal, state and Previously, he was College available to purchase.
luncheon on Wed., June 28. First Street, on Mondays
local governments and Special Counsel for Energy and is a Harvard Law Breakfast costs $2.25; the
Doors open at 11:30 through Fridays.
other stakeholders across Climate Police and Deputy School graduate. lunch cost is $3.50.
a.m. at the Lapeer Country Breakfast is served
Counsel to Michigan Gov. In 2009, he was one of For more information,
from 7:45-9 a.m.; lunch contact Imlay City Schools
Jennifer Granholm; helping two Americans selected as runs from 11 a.m.-12:30 Food Service Director
Business briefs...
implement the Governors a Chevening Fellow at the p.m. and a late meal is
clean energy economic University of Edinburghs Roxanne Pierce at 810-
offered from 2-3 p.m. 724-9855.
development efforts. Business School, where he
He additionally coordi- studied finance and invest-
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tion. Light snacks will be served and the community is
invited to attend.
The business is owned and operated by Sue Robbins,
a familiar face to our canine friends in Imlay City. Sue
also teaches obedience classes at Tractor Supply Company.
For more information regarding the business, contact Sue
at 248-229-2956.
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Miracles: Guardian angel in room


from page 1-A the little miracle with her
First, she sets the alarm for family and friends.
5 a.m. to make the long She asks Samantha if
drive to St. Johns. its okay to take a picture
A familiar visitor to the of the baby and post it to
hospitalher daughter was Facebook. Samantha says
born there, as was her Yes, go ahead.
daughters first child Nichol says a little
Nichol immediately notic- prayer of thanks and snaps
es something amiss in the photo. When she posts
Samanthas birthing suite. it online, shes over-
Theres no cross in whelmed at the sight.
the room, and its a You can see an angel
Catholic hospital, Nichol above the babys head,
Fr. Solanus Casey Nichol says. I knew right
says. Theres a screw on 1870-1957
the wall where the cross then and there that some-
used to be, but no cross. than welcome to put it up, body in that room was
Symbol of faith the nurse says. thankful that I wanted that
The absence of the While Nichol appreci- cross put back up on the
cross didnt feel right to ates the offer, she cant act wall.
Nichol, though she and her on it. Nichol takes another
family arent Catholic. I dont carry a cross photo to post alongside her
Nonetheless, through- in my purse, she says. new granddaughters

Photo by Nichol Alessanrini


out her life she found com- Distress elevates angelic faceone of the
fort in the symbol, and felt As Samanthas labor cross that the nurse dug
a little distressed that it continues, so does the dis- out and hung on the wall.
wasnt there. may. I made it a point to
I didnt want to make Mom, do you see the take a picture of that cross,
a scene and I didnt want wall? Samantha asks, a point to make it public,
to make it obvious in front directing attention to all of she says. Theres no
doubt that there was an Adalena DeOrnellas gets a big welcome into the world from her big sis-
of my daughter, but I was the monitors keeping track
angel in that room, and Im ter Arabella, 3.
nervous about it and I of the babys vitals.
The heart rate is irreg- thankful for that. other words and then he position of porter. He soon vent. According to pub-
wondered why it wasnt
ular, and Samanthas con- More miracles was in and out of the became known for his lished reports, Fr. Caseys
there, she says of the
tractions are strong. The While moving and coma. strong faith and spiritual remains were intact, except
missing cross.
baby is in distress. memorable, what happened When Kevin finally counseling abilities. He for some decomposition
She takes an opportu-
Theres also some trou- in Adalenas birthing room emerged from the coma, he was also known for paying around his elbows.
nity away from Samantha
ble administering the epi- isnt new for Nichol. had no recollection of any- extra attention to the sick, The miracle officially
to ask a nurse why theres
dural. Everyone is anxious When her brother thing. He didnt remember and the poor, for whom he recognized by Pope
no cross, and shes sur-
anyone in the room, nor celebrated many special Francis involves a woman
did he recall speaking any masses. During his life- suffering from an incur-
I made it a point to take a words. time, many who crossed
Soon enough, however, the priests path attributed
able, genetic skin disease.
She was healed after stop-

picture of that cross, a point the puzzle pieces fit


together.
miracles to his interces-
sion.
ping by Fr. Caseys tomb
to pray for others.

to make it public. Theres


We had gone down to Fr. Casey died at St. According to the
the chapel in the hospital... John Hospital in Detroit on Michigan Catholic, the
it is beautiful...Im still July 31 from a skin dis- woman also felt compelled
no doubt that there was an stunned by it, and learned
that the name of that cha-
ease. He reportedly uttered to ask for Fr. Caseys inter-
I give my soul to Jesus cession on her behalf as

angel in that room, and Im


pel is St. Edwards, Nichol Christ as his last words. well. She was instantly,
says. Friends still talk More than 8,000 peo- visibly healed, which was

thankful for that.


about that to this day. ple attended his funeral reportedly confirmed by
Man of faith services and burial in doctors in her home coun-
Fr. Solanus Casey was Detroit. try, in Detroit and in

--Nichol Alessandrini
born Bernard Francis His remains were Rome.
Casey in 1870. He was the exhumed in 1987 and rein- For more information
sixth of 16 children born to terred inside the Fr. on Fr. Solanus Casey and
his Irish-Catholic parents. Solanus Casey Center at the miracles attributed to
and ill at ease. Kevin was hospitalized in He worked as a lum- the St. Bonaventure con- him, visit solanuscasey.org.
prisedand a little dis-
Before long, the anxi- a coma at St. John Hospital berjack and a hospital
mayedby the answer.
ety is quelled. The nurse in 2013, the family had orderly. He also worked as
The nurse said soci-
ety has made us take them
down, we cannot have
Nichol discussed the cross
with finds one of the origi-
another encounter that
cemented their faith.
a prison guard, where he
reportedly befriended two Found: Leader dog
them up any more because
people are offended,
nals that used to hang in
every room and attaches it
For a short time, Kevin of Jesse James associates.
emerged from the coma He felt called into the search ends on Monday
and uttered a few words. priesthood in 1897, and
Nichol says. She said the to the screw on the wall. from page 1-A I have no words for
We were all there, it was admitted to the
only cross youll see is the Miracle of birth how devastated and sad
was a room full of people, Capuchin Order in Detroit. Unbeknownst to
one at the main entrance. After some struggle,
and he literally opened up He was given the name Brinkleys handlerJackie our family, her puppy
Nichol shares her disil- Adalena makes her appear- Solanus after who also raiser Pam, and all the
lusionment with the nurse, ance, much to the delight his eyes and looked at my McKeon, the dogs leash people involved in her
shared a love of the violin. had been sliced by the
who offers a solution. of all in the room. Shes a mom and said St. Edward search are feeling, Jackie
A humble man who mower. McKeon had been
If you have anything beautiful little girl, and long way out, Nichol McKeon says.
struggled academically, Fr. working with Brinkley for
with you you are more Nichol is excited to share recalls. That was it. No Casey was assigned to the We have nothing but
almost a month at the praise and love for all that
Leader Dog facility. helped to search for her,
Brinkley was getting to
Capac Days: Two day know her new surround-
ings and home in Almont
especially to Lynn at Lost
Dog Search Team.
She says they are
event kicks off Friday for about 10 days before
the mishap occurred.
grateful to live in such a
caring community and feel
A local search team led blessed by all the love and
from page 1-A The fireworks show is by animal advocate Paula support.
slated to begin at dusk. Alfonsi immediately
Library, with the winner to Pyrotechnics will be ensued. Alfonsi urged resi-
be announced on Saturday launched from the soccer dents to report any sight- I have no
at 4 p.m. on the festival
stage. Theyll receive a
fields behind the school.
On both days there
ings to narrow down the
area Brinkley may have
words
$50 Capac Chamber of will be a communitywide been frequenting. Though for how
Commerce gift card. garage sale, fun zone and several sightings were
Its not too late to inflatables, food and other reported, Brinkley devastated
enter the grand parade.
Well line up at 4:30 p.m.
vendors on Main Street.
For more information
remained elusive to rescu-
ers.
and sad
near the middle school, about Capac Days, visit The search was turned our family,
Ramirez added. the Capac Chamber of over to Lost Dog Rescue,
Starting at 5 p.m., the Commerce Facebook page a professional search and her 'puppy
File photo

parade will travel down


Main Street.
or www.capacchamber.
com.
recovery team. They blan-
keted the area with flyers
raiser' Pam,
At 6 p.m., the band Find a complete event The festivals Fun Zone returns with games, and posters, and continued and all
Sullivans will take the listing on page 7-A. inflatables and more. New this year is laser to encourage residents to
stage followed by Phoenix tag, a rock climbing wall and video gaming report sightings, but not the people
Rising at 8 p.m. trailer. approach the dog.
Along with deep sor-
involved
row, Kniffens press in her
Escapee: Vlasic employees corral wandering cow release expressed gratitude
to all who participated in search are
from page 1-A They eventually found it She didnt want any- Weve had an escaped lab.
the search for the 53-pound feeling...
it had escaped from an thing to do with anything, alligator, and now the
erty behind the plant and
called 911.
organic dairy farm in Pike says. She was not a
We would like to
roaming cow, Pike chuck- thank everyone, especially -Jackie
Along with members
Oxford.
After searching the
happy cow.
The owners arrived
les.
Some residents cap-
the Lost Dog Search Team McKeon
of Vlasics Produce of Michigan, for their tire-
Receiving Team, a search area for ingredients to from their Oxford farm tured video of the bovine less efforts in searching for I cannot possibly
ensued. Eventually they make fresh, delicious milk- around 1:14 a.m., and set drifter, which was widely Brinkley. Through this try- thank everyone...from the
found the cow inside the shakes...just kidding... up a trailer to try to lure circulated on Facebook ing time those close to
Police Officer Cory the animal inside. Again, with the caption Only in local volunteers, the many
area that houses the water Brinkley have been com- people who took time from
retention pond. Martin was among those she was having none of it. Imlay City. forted by the outpouring of their lives to call in tips,
The employees were who responded to the It took until about Its speculated the support from both the sightings or just prayers
able to barricade the cow scene. According to Pike, 3:15 for the owner to get it globe-trotting animal Leader Dog and local com- and comfort, Jackie
inside the pond area, where Martin had prior experi- in the trailer, Pike says. made its way to Imlay munities, Kniffen says. McKeon says. We are
it stayed until police ence dealing with cows It was obviously an City via the Polly Ann We ask that the priva- very blessed to live here.
arrived. It is unknown if though its unknown if it organic, free ranging cow. Traila quiet, if not cy of the Leader Dog cli- She also offered spe-
they were dreaming about was required training dur- No one will argue that lengthy, trek. ent be respected during cial thanks to area police
burgers and relish during ing his days in the police Pikes milking it when it Since police reports this time. departments, bus drivers,
this time. academy. Even though comes to unusual police indicate she wasnt a While Tri-City Times postal workers, and Leader
A couple of officers Martin has a soft touch work his officers have happy cow, it is likely her respected those wishes, on Dogs for the Blind.
went over there to try to with animals, Pike says the been called upon to deal career in advertising is Tuesday the McKeon fam- We are truly thankful
figure out who the cow meandering cow was none with since hes been at the over as only happy cows ily reached out to the paper for each and every one of
belongs to, Pike says. too thrilled. helm. make great cheese. via a written statement. you, she says.
Page 15-A-TRI-CITY TIMES-JUNE 21, 2017

Wet and wild


Nature photographer captures a
steady stream of activity at birdbath
By Catherine Minolli birdbath. sites. We Love Birds
cminolli@pageone-inc.com Sparkling with fresh chose one depicting a
water in the afternoon sun- female cardinal just after a
GOODLAND TWP. light, Sam enjoys a slide- bath. The Naturalists
Though shes not a show like display of activi- Notebook chose a giggle-
licensed pilot, Sue Sam ty at the trough, which she inducing shot of a mama
might just need an air traf- keeps full all year long. raccoon stretched up high
fic controller. Or maybe During these hot days on her hind quarters to take
even a flag crew to help Ive been focusing as much a sip from the bath. They
regulate the flow of activity as I can on the visitors to also posted an interesting

Photo by Susan Sam


around her yard. the birdbath, she says. shot of a female cardinal
Since the temperatures That sharp focusdone waiting her turn at the bird-
have risen steadily up to the mostly through her camera bath as a common grackle
90 degree mark, the artist lenshas resulted in some cools off in the water. Their
and nature photographers real gems when it comes to Facebook page also fea-
sanctuary-like surround- photos. tures Sams photos of an Female cardinal waits its turn for a bath as grackle takes a dip.
ings have been bustling Two of Sams awe- oriole and catbird.
with activity because of inspiring shots have been Sam photographed the the 13th.
one simple fixture: the featured on two internet activity from June 7 through Along with husband
Joe, Sam is also known
around the area and beyond
for her backyard research
project delving into the
secret and not-so-secret
lives of the woodchuck.
Sue frequently gives pre-
sentations to area students
and has visited civic cen-
ters and other locations to
share what theyve learned
through observation and

Photo by Susan Sam


documentation of marmot
behavior.
Some of the couples
findings and photographs
have made their way onto
the desk and into the Bright red cardinal cools off in Sue Sams
research projects of UCLA birdbath.
Professor Dan Blumstein.
Blumstein is known as and social behaviors of yel-
a leader in the field of con- low-bellied marmots. He
servation behavior, and has recently penned the book
spent three decades study- Ecotourisms Promise and
ing changes in social and Peril: A Biological
antipredator behavior in Evaluation.
Photo by Susan Sam

animals. You can learn more


He is involved with the about Blumsteins research
Rocky Mountain Biological and other areas of study in
Laboratory in Colorado, a TEDxUCLA by clicking
where he and other on the youtube link: https:// Gray catbird ruffles its
Mother raccoon stretches to take a sip of water out of the birdbath in the researchers observe the w w w. y o u t u b e . c o m / feathers after taking a
Sams yard. intricate communication watch?v=HQQmFocLDng. dip in the bath.

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ABCs of recycling
Students collect plastic caps to make buddy benches
By Tom Wearing Bench for Caps (ABC) Niki Cobb; local chapter of for working together on a
twearing@pageone-inc.com program. Daughters of the American common goal.
As added incentive, the Revolution, Almont This has been a won-
ALMONT It took a collection of bottle caps and Township firefighters, First derful program for the stu-
team effort and months of related plastics was consis- Responders and auxiliary dents, families and the
fundraising, but Orchard tent with the schools focus members; Kathy Eshenburg entire Orchard Primary
Primary Schools play- on recycling and protecting and Cindie Walton-Wade, family, Szlachta said. Our

Photo provided
ground now features a pair wildlife and the environ- who drove the U-Haul to students have learned so
of buddy benches for use by ment. Indiana to deliver the plas- much about recycling and
students. Recent studies reveal tic and collect the benches. taking care of our Earth,
A buddy bench is that increasing numbers of Particularly impressed while making something Almont Firefighter Noah Lackowski and Almont
described as a place where fish, sea turtles, seagulls with the effort was Orchard great happen for our schools. First Responder Bob Parsell test out one of
children who might be feel- and other marine life are Primary School Principal We were able to sur- the newly-acquired buddy benches.
ing sad or lonely can find a dying from the ingestion of Jennifer Szlachta who pass our goal and the bench-
playmate. plastic caps found in sea expressed pride in students es are amazing, she contin- already begun using them. that we expect to continue
The idea of purchasing water. and community members ued. The students have Its a wonderful program next year.
benches for the playground With the goal clearly
was first broached about a defined, Raider Reps began
year ago by Orchard sending out flyers, making
PrimaryPTA members who posters and essentially
would need to devise a plan spearheading the bottle cap
to raise the $550 needed to collection drive which
purchase two benches. began in January and con-
Seeing the benefit, cluded in May.
retired Almont elementary PTA President Erin
teacher Kathy Eshenburg Campbell said the original
stepped up to rally Orchard goal was to collect 800
Primary students, staff and pounds of plastic to pur-
parents in support of a chase two buddy benches.
schoolwide fundraiser to However, the project
pay for the benches. was so well-received, said
With input and partici- Campbell, that the collec-
pation from the schools 3rd tion effort yielded more
grade and 4th grade Raider than 1,400 pounds, result-
Reps, it was decided the ing in a 600-pound overage
funds could be raised by to be applied as a credit
collecting plastic bottle toward future purchases.
caps and lids. It was quite a produc-
Once the sufficient tion, said Campbell. It
amount of bottle caps was an awesome effort on
(equaling 400 pounds per the part of the kids and the
bench) could be accumulat- whole community.
ed, the plastic would be She acknowledged the

Photo provided
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Almont elementary students helped collect more than 1,400 pounds of plastic bottle caps in a
Sign up for Summer Camp community-wide effort to purchase a pair of buddy benches placed at the Orchard Primary School
playground.
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Flag Day honored


Local Boy Scouts Matthew Robinson and Daniel Fredendall participate in the June 14 Flag Day
ceremony at the Imlay City VFW Hall where old flags are honorably retired. Joining the scouts
and VFW post, were members of Imlay Citys American Legion Post.

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Honor, respect for flag


John Crawford DAR, American Legion host ceremony
ALMONT The Many believe the improper vice has come to an end, political libertyevery
John Crawford Chapter disposal of an American said Vietnam veteran Joe glory we associate with it
DAR and the American flag to be disrespectful. Cain during the ceremony. is the result of duty done.
Legion Post #479 conduct- The American Legion has Cain also recited a A yearly contemplation of
ed a solemn ceremony on developed its own ceremo- quote from former our flag strengthens and
June 10 to retire faded and ny to destroy these flags President Calvin Coolidge purifies our national con-
tattered American flags respectfully through burn- after the group recited the science.
collected by members. ing. The U.S. code allows Pledge of Allegiance. Participants sang the
By code, the U.S. flag individuals to dispose of We identify the flag national anthem and dis-
should be retired when it is their own flags privately. with almost everything we missed to a picnic lunch.

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ripped, faded, frayed, or These flags have hold dear, Cain quoted. Afterward, the DAR chap-
otherwise unserviceable as served our country well It represents our peace ter presented special hon-
an emblem of the country. and now their useful ser- and security; our civil and orary pins to members of
Vietnam veteran Joe Cain salutes flag as it is
Kathy retired during ceremony hosted by the John
Eschenburg, Dick Crawford Chapter DAR and the American
Bowman, Michael Legion post 479.
Bowman, Larry
Millikin, Joe Cain, the American Legion Post aged flags for dignified
Mary Sakala, who had served in Vietnam. disposal.
Cindie Wade, Mary We recommend that The DAR is an organi-
Kabat, Connie you inspect your flags zation that promotes patri-
Franks, Llewellyn yearly and replace them as otism and serves our local
Moyer, and Eileen needed, said Llewellyn communities with many
Rhodes at flag Moyer, John Crawford projects to support service-
retirement cere- DAR Chaplain. men and their families, and
mony. Businesses that fly the to educate citizens on the
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Residents may donate holds dear. DAR members
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of the American traces to ancestors who
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Castro named All-Star MVP


Imlay grad closes career in impressive fashion
By Kevin Kissane Bartolomei Castro was putting the finishing touch- Trimble (Port Huron
Tri-City Times Sports Editor named the games Most es on an 82-75 win. Northern), Devin
Valuable Player. Imlay Citys Griffin Dombrow (St. Clair), Tyler
TRI-CITY AREA In Fridays battle, the Schirmer also suited up for Lee (Port Huron High) and
Imlay Citys Jose Blue team grabbed a 35-33 the Blue team that eve- Ethan McKenney
Bartolomei Castro drained edge at the half. ning. Schirmer finished (Marlette) also appeared
three trifectas en route to When the action with six points, including on the roster of the Blue
13 points, leading the Blue resumed, the Blue squad one field goal of the three- team. They were coached
team to an 82-75 triumph padded its cushion some. point variety. by Don Gauthier (Imlay
Photo by Kevin Kissane

against the Gold squad in Aided by a 24-23 run cov- Marcel Munger (Cros- City).
Blue Water Area Senior ering a 10-minute stretch, Lex), Barret George Almonts Eric Conn
All-Star Boys Basketball they were able to widen (Marlette), Brady Kirsch and Zach Revoldt suited
Game last Friday night. the gap to 59-56 with 10 (Harbor Beach), Matt up for the Gold squad that
Port Huron Northern minutes remaining. Baravik (Port Huron evening. Conn netted
High School is where the The Blue squad then Northern), Billy Fealko eight points, featuring a
Imlay Citys Jose Bartolomei Castro brings the action unfolded. outscored their opposition (Port Huron Northern),
ball up the floor in Fridays All-Star game. For his performance, 23-19 the rest of the way, Isaac Dale (Marlette), Nick MVP page 5-B

Trio lead squad to title match


Almont girls pair up one more time on All-Star team
By Kevin Kissane them in the championship
Tri-City Times Sports Editor match where the Blue

Photo by Kevin Kissane


team served as their oppo-
ALMONT sition.
Almonts Aubrey Battani, When the final point
Mikayla Benenati and hit the floor, it was the
Elizabeth Kerby helped Blue squad which held on
the Green team claim a for a 25-22, 27-25, 15-12 All-Star game performers Zach Revoldt,
second-place finish at the victory over the Green Dakota Brecht, Nick Pica, Jacob Parski and
SC4 Blue Water Area team. Dan DeBlauwe take time out for a photo fol-
Senior All-Star Volleyball Becki Krause (Brown lowing Mondays contest in Port Huron.
Tournament last Thursday City), Breigha Donnelly

Almont players
night. (Brown City), Alexia
Port Huron Northern Mason (Brown City),
Photo by Kevin Kissane

High School is where the Jasmin Bender (Brown

help All-Star
action unfolded. City) and Megan Kreger
The Green team (Memphis) joined the
opened tournament action Almont trio on the Green

team win, 12-0


with a 20-25, 25-19, 15-6 squads roster. They were
win against the Gold Almonts Elizabeth Kerby, Aubrey Battani and directed to their second-
squad. Mickayla Benenati pose for a photo before
That outcome placed their match. Trio page 4-B By Kevin Kissane
Tri-City Times Sports Editor
TRI-CITY AREA Almonts Zach Revoldt,
Dan DeBlauwe and Nick Pica helped the Gold team
beat the Blue squad, 12-0, in the Blue Water Senior
All-Star Baseball Game Monday evening.
Sanborn Park, in Port Huron, is where the action
unfolded.
The contest was called during inning number five
when threatening weather conditions made it unsafe to
continue.
Revoldt and DeBlauwe provided the Gold team
with a basehit apiece, while Pica was held hitless.
Ryan Summers (Marine City), Kohle Soble
(Marine City), Zane King (Marysville), John Heffner
(Memphis), Sam Winston (St. Clair), Kyle Gross
(Memphis), Phil Griffor (Marysville), Austin Shivers
Photo by Kevin Kissane

(Memphis), Kyle Tschiggfrey (Richmond), Justin


Bartolomucci (Algonac), Sean Wendling (Memphis),
Nick Macias (Memphis) and Evan Miller (Anchor
Bay) also appeared on the roster of the winning team.
They were coached by Scott Thaler (Algonac) and
The Green team poses for a photo prior to last Thursdays Blue Water Area All-Star Volleyball Mike Stephenson (Algonac).
Tournament. The squad includes Almonts Elizabeth Kerby, Aubrey Battani and Mickayla Benenati. Baseball page 3-B

Tri-City Times unveils All-Area softball team


Raiders and Spartans dominate top choices on 2017 area standouts
By Kevin Kissane Watson took first on the Record: Harper put togeth- among Tri-City Times All-
Tri-City Times Sports Editor Almont ballclub and among er an 8-12 record, featuring Area first team honorees
Tri-City Times All-Area a 2.91 ERA, this past with a .415 average.
TRI-CITY AREA first team honorees with a spring. She provided 16 singles
From the first pitch until .500 average. In 130 innings of work, and six doubles among 98
the last, these players set She collected 36 sin- Harper gave up 167 hits, at bats.
the standard for excellence gles, eight doubles, two tri- struck out 108 and issued DeLand also amassed
out on the field. ples and two home runs 10 walks. her teams highest RBI total
Here is a look at who among 92 at bats. Batting average: Harper (30).
made the 2017 edition of Watson also supplied managed a 259 average, She struck out just five
the Tri-City Times All-Area her teams highest run (42), thanks to 17 singles and times.
softball team and the num- RBI(25) and walk (20) four doubles among 85 at Postseason honors: She
bers they produced en totals plus registered her bats. Her level of plate pro- ended her second season on
route: squads second best steal ficiency was eighth best on Drydens squad as an All-
Veronica Watson, output (11). the Imlay City ballclub and North Central Thumb
Almont. Postseason honors: 15th out of those who League honorable mention
School: Almont Watson concluded her attained Tri-City Times All- choice.
Year: Senior fourth and final season at Area first team status. Hannah Feys
Years on varsity: Four the varsity level as an All- She also tied for her School: Almont
Position: Pitcher/ Blue Water Area Conference squads fourth highest RBI Year: Sophomore
Shortstop first team selection, a (14) and walk (eight) out- Years on varsity: Two
Throws: Righthanded Division 3 All-District and puts plus tied for her teams Position: Catcher
Watson fashioned an All-Region choice at short- 10th best run (eight) total. Batting average: Feys
11-4 mark, including a 5.04 stop as well as Division 3 Claudya DeLand supplied a .362 average,
Photo by Kevin Kissane

ERA, during the 2017 cam- All-State pick at shortstop. School: Dryden thanks to 20 singles, 14
paign. Ali Harper Year: Senior doubles, two triples and
In 108 1/3 innings, School: Imlay City Years on varsity:Two two home runs among 105
Watson allowed 113 hits, Year: Junior Position: Catcher at bats. Her level of plate
retired 103 on strikes and Years on varsity: Three Batting average: proficiency was seventh
issued 80 walks. Position: Pitcher Almonts Veronica Watson delivers a pitch to DeLand took second on the
Batting average: Throws: Righthanded home plate in a game this past spring. Dryden ballclub and sixth All-Area page 4-B
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Livingston takes talents to GVSU


By Kevin Kissane
Tri-City Times Sports Editor
IMLAY CITY
Imlay Citys Carly
Livingston inked a pact to
become a part of the Grand
Valley State University
womens track program
recently.
Livingston attracted
their attention this past
spring by collecting firsts at
the Indoor Championship
(for non-Macomb County

Photo by Kevin Kissane


squads) hosted by Macomb
County Community
College, Marlette

Photo by Kevin Kissane


Invitational, North Branch-
based Lapeer County Press
Carly Livingston, of Imlay City, clears the pole Invitational, Jon Runyan
vault bar during a meet this past spring. Classic hosted by Flint
Carman Ainsworth High

Athlete of the Week


School, the Davison Carly Livingston signs her letter of intent with GVSU as sister Olivia,
Twilight Invitational and brother Tyler, sister Sydney and mom Amy look on last week.
Blue Water Area
Conference League Meet School; generated a third at setting clearance of 11 feet way to a four-way tie for
hosted by Algonac High the 13th Annual Dakota 6 inches there). fourth.
School; supplied seconds at Cougars Invitational; She also attained All- In addition to Grand
the SVSU Indoor Classic obtained a fourth at the State accolades in the event Valley State University,
(Division 2 schools), at a Shake off the Rust at the Division 2 state meet Livingston received recruit-
Clio-based Division 2 Invitational in Davison; her junior season. ing interest from Aquinas
regional and the Blue Water plus notched a sixth at the The Zeeland-based College, Tiffin University
Area Meet of Champions Division 2 state finals (reg- meet saw Livingston clear and Saginaw Valley State
hosted by Marysville High istering a school record- 10 feet 5 inches, paving the University.

Kerr nabs a first


Imlay City senior Jose
Bartolomei Castro was
named MVP of the Blue
Capac softball stand-
out Megan Orlando
posted a .341 average
place in tourney
Water Area Senior All- and made just three By Kevin Kissane
Star Basketball Game errors this past season. Tri-City Times Sports Editor
last week. For her effort,
For his effort, Jose Orlando claims our
earns our Boys Athlete Girls Athlete of the CAPAC Emma Kerr, a 2016
of the Week honor. Week honor. graduate of Capac High School, earned
a first-place finish Monday at a Blue
Water Area Junior Golf Tour stop.
Holly Meadows Golf Course, in
Be sure to pick up your t-shirt at the Tri-City Times office. Capac, is where the action unfolded.
Competing in the Girls 14 and
Photo by Kevin Kissane

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Hampton competes
at Virginia Duals
By Kevin Kissane of the top competition from
Tri-City Times Sports Editor across the country. His team
squared off versus the New
IMLAY CITY York Spartans, Detroit
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Please send us your


summer sports news
It has become that pre- For us to provide our
dictable. readers of the matchups,
No sooner has the final we urge the coaches to
sports season ended when give us a call with the
the question arises. results.
Now that the high The top hitters and
school sports season has winning pitcher, as is the
ended, what will you put case with
in the paper? someone baseball
will ask me. and soft-
To which, I reply sev- ball, will
eral things. be gladly
In addition to your appreciat-
All-Area teams (which ed.
you will see on these As
pages in the weeks ahead) for soccer,
we intend to cover as the goal
much youth league base- scorers as
ball, softball and soccer well as the
results as possible. winning
Coverage of various 3-on- goalkeeper
3 basketball tournaments, and defensive standouts
road races, golf tourna- are some of the informa-

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ments and AAU volleyball tion we would like to pro-
tournaments and the vide our readers.
Robinson Tennis We would also like to
Tournament will be pro- pass along the results of as
Almonts 10U baseball team won the Peck Tourney recently. They are front (L to R) Aiden Lomasney, vided as well. Updates on many participants as pos-
Dustin Claeys, Jacob Voelker, Luke Winkler and Blake Lane; middle Tyler Brown, Dylan Taylor, Tri-City athletes that com- sible for the upcoming
Owen Rayl, Nolan Maxlow, Austin Swain, Eli McConnell and Jason Lane; and back coaches Rick pete at the college level 3-on-3 basketball tourna-
Brown and Dan Swain. are also offered. These ments, volleyball tourna-

Almont winds up with first at Peck


are but a few of the stories ments and tennis tourna-
we intend to cover this ments.
summer. It is best to get us
After all, who those details as soon as
By Kevin Kissane Tournament on Saturday, Deckerville; a 10-0 tri- Dylan Taylor, Owen Rayl, wouldnt want to read possible (either the day the
Tri-City Times Sports Editor June 10. umph against Peck; and a Nolan Maxlow, Austin about the up and coming game is played or the day
Almont opened tour- 13-1 win over Deckerville. Swain, Eli McConnell and athletes and find out how following the game is pre-
ALMONT The nament action with a 9-1 Aiden Lomasney, Jason Lane comprised those who have already ferred) to assure you of
Almont 10U baseball win against Greenwood. Dustin Claeys, Jacob Almonts roster. They made their mark are the best coverage possible.
team claimed a first-place That was followed by a Voelker, Luke Winkler, were coached by Rick doing? You may call us at
finish at the Peck 9-1 victory over Blake Lane, Tyler Brown, Brown and Dan Swain. The only thing is we 810-724-2615, fax us at
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By Kevin Kissane Adrians expense. a one for four plate perfor- the sixth.
Tri-City Times Sports Editor There mance. McKillop was held hit-
Olivet used She lined up defensive- less in three official trips to
IMLAY CITY The a two-run ly for Olivet at second the plate.

Tri-City
Olivet College softball second base. Defensively, McKillop
team, which lists former inning and In the second game, saw playing time at third
Imlay City standout a one-run Olivet pulled out a 4-3 vic- base.
Dominque McKillop on its
roster, picked up a pair of
fourth to
prevail.
tory over Adrian.
There Olivet took
With the outcomes,
Olivet goes to 14-22 over-
Times
road wins against Michigan
Intercollegiate Athletic
Adrian
countered McKillop
advantage of a one-run first
inning and a three-run third
all and 5-9 versus confer-
ence foes. Adrian slips to
(810)
Association rival Adrian
College on Saturday, April
with single
run outputs during the first
to register the favorable
verdict.
12-22 this season, includ-
ing a 5-7 MIAA standing. 724-2615
22. and third innings of play. Adrian struck for one
In the opener, Olivet McKillop, a sopho- run during inning number
claimed a 3-2 win at more, provided Olivet with four and added two more in

Hill stars for Rochester in rout


By Kevin Kissane
Tri-City Times Sports Editor
In the
matchup,
and a three-run fifth to pre-
vail.
STIHL was just always
IMLAY CITY
Rochester Hill, a junior, went two something we knew was the
College for four at the plate. She
Former Imlay City stand- used a two- also scored three times, best out there. It was quality.
out Chander Hill helped run first collected two RBIs and Nathan Owen I Homeowner
lead the Rochester College inning; a drew a walk.
softball team to a convinc- 10-run sec- Defensively, Hill saw
ing 22-0 road win against ond; a Hill playing time as first base-
Kent State on Sunday, four-run man. She finished the con-
April 30. third; a three-run fourth; test with five putouts.

Baseball: All-Star Team rolls, 12-0


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Capacs Jake Parski and (Peck), Logan Wheeler (Brown City), Cade Seiler
Dakota Brecht suited up for (Sandusky), Jared Couch (Sandusky) and Nick
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All-Area: Raiders, Spartans dominate


from page 1-B miss a game, practice or her squads second highest
winter workout). RBI (15) and walk (15) out-
best on the Almont ballclub Katelyn Proper puts.
and 10th out of those who School: Almont Postseason honors:
attained Tri-City Times All- Year: Senior Sliman finished her second
Area first team status. Years on varsity: Three season on Drydens squad
She also managed her Position: Third base as an All-North Central Sliman DeLand Marrone Kaufman Harper
teams third highest RBI Batting average: Proper Thumb League first team
(26) and walk (12) outputs, pulled up fourth on the choice.
tied for her squads seventh Almont ballclub and sev- Haley Medrano
best run total (24) and stole enth among Tri-City Times School: Imlay City
one base. All-Area first team honor- Year: Senior
Feys completed her ees with a .396 average. Years on varsity: Two
second season on Almonts She furnished 34 sin- Position: First base
varsity as an All-Blue Water gles, four doubles, one tri- Batting average:
Area Conference honorable ple and one home run Medrano ranked second on
mention pick. among 112 at bats. the Imlay City ballclub and Proper Feys Hoody Smith Anderson
Melissa Rahn Proper also notched her 11th among Tri-City Times
School: Imlay City teams fifth highest run All-Area first team honor-
Year: Senior total (27), tied for her ees with a .357 average.
Years on varsity: Two squads fifth best walk out- She managed 33 sin-
Position: Catcher put (five) and registered her gles, six doubles and one
Batting average: Rahn teams sixth highest RBI home run among 112 at
finished third on the Imlay total (19). bats.
City ballclub and 13th Postseason honors: She Medrano also logged
among Tri-City Times All- completed her third year on her teams highest RBI total
Area first team honorees Almonts varsity as an All- (28), amassed her squads Nichols Orlando Watson Rahn Medrano
with a .330 average. Blue Water Area Conference second best run output (23)
She had 36 singles and squads third best RBI out- She collected 28 sin- McKena Hoody
honorable mention selec- and tied for her teams sixth put (15) and drew three gles, 11 doubles and one School: Imlay City
two doubles among 115 at tion. highest walk total (seven).
bats. walks. home run among 104 at Year: Junior
Mia Sliman Postseason honors: She She struck out just five bats. Years on varsity: One
Rahn also posted her School: Dryden wrapped up her second year
squads highest walk output times this season and 17 Marrone also amassed Position: Rightfield
Year: Senior on Imlay Citys varsity as times over her three-year her teams highest RBItotal Batting average: Hoody
(10), registered their fourth Years on varsity: Two an All-District and All-
highest RBI total (11), stint with Imlay City. (38), generated her squads managed a .324 average,
Position: Shortstop Region pick, an All-Blue Postseason honors: sixth best run output (25) thanks to 36 singles and
logged her teams fifth Batting average: Sliman Water Area Conference
highest run output (12) and Kaufman concluded her and tied for her teams sixth two doubles among 115 at
generated a .465 average, honorable mention selec- final year on Imlay Citys highest walk total (eight). bats. Her level of plate
stole three bases. thanks to 16 singles, five tion and a recipient of her
Postseason honors: squad as an All-Blue Water Postseason honors: She proficiency was fourth best
doubles and three triples teams Spartan Dedication Area Conference first team finished her third year on on the Imlay City ballclub
Rahn completed her second among 53 at bats. Her level Award (given to those play-
season on Imlay Citys pick, was named her teams Almonts squad as an All- and 14th out of those who
of plate proficiency was ers that did not miss a game, Offensive MVP plus Blue Water Area Conference attained Tri-City Times
squad as an All-Blue Water best on the Dryden ballclub practice or winter workout).
Area honorable mention received the Spartan first team selection, a All-Area first team status.
and tied for second out of Gillian Nichols Dedication Award (given to Division 3 All-District first She also tied for her
choice plus was a recipient those who attained Tri-City School: Almont
of her teams Spartan those players that did not team choice and a Division teams third highest run
Times All-Area first team Year: Junior miss a game, practice or 3 All-Region first team output (15), provided her
Dedication Award (given to status. Years on varsity: One
those players that do not winter workout). pick. squads fourth best run
She also contributed Position: Second base Megan Orlando Aubree Smith total (15), tied for her
Batting average: School: Capac School: Capac teams fourth highest walk
Nichols produced a .426 Year: Senior Year: Senior output (eight) and stole two
average, thanks to 36 sin- Years on varsity: Two Years on varsity: Two bases.
gles, two doubles and two Position: Second base Position: Outfield Postseason honors:
triples among 94 at bats. Batting average: Batting average: Smith Hoody ended the season as
Her level of plate profi- Orlando logged a .341 aver- wound up with a .465 aver- an All-Blue Water Area
ciency was second best on age, thanks to 24 singles, age, thanks to 24 singles, Conference first team pick,
the Almont ballclub and four doubles and three tri- one double, five triples and a Division 2 All-District
fourth out of those who ples in 88 at bats. Her level three home runs in 71 at selection and a recipient of
attained Tri-City Times All- of plate proficiency was bats. Her level of plate pro- her teams Spartan
area first team status. fourth best on the Capac ficiency was best on the Dedication Award (given to
She also supplied her ballclub and 12th out of Capac ballclub and tied for those players that did not
teams second highest RBI those who attained Tri-City second out of those who miss a game, practice or
total (31), tied for her times All-Area first team attained Tri-City Times All- winter workout).
squads sixth best walk out- status. Area first team status. Honorable mention-
put (eight) and tied for her She also furnished her She also registered a Madison Wheeler, short-
teams seventh highest run teams third highest run team-high 13 steals, tied for stop, Capac; Megan Rinke,
total (24). (23) and RBI (18) outputs, her squads highest walk first base, Dryden. Paige
Nichols struck out just provided her squads fifth total (11) and provided her Walton, outfield, Almont;
five times. best walk total (five) plus teams seventh best RBI Trace Ashmore, outfield,
Postseason honors: She furnished her squads sev- output (11). Dryden; Kristen Stanek,
ended her initial season on enth best walk output (five). Alexys Anderson pitcher,
Almonts squad as an All- Postseason honors: School: Capac Almont;
Blue Water Area Conference Orlando, who has signed Year: Junior Hunter
first team choice. with St. Clair County Position: Outfield Smith, first
Kenady Kaufman Community College, con- Batting average: b a s e ,
School: Imlay City cluded her second season Anderson wound up second Capac; and
Year: Senior on Capacs squad as an All- on the Capac ballclub and A l e x
Years on varsity: Three Blue Water Area Conference fifth out of those who Wi n s l o w,
Position: Shortstop honorable mention pick. attained Tri-City Times All- designated
Batting average: Sydney Marrone Area first team status with a p l a y e r , Johnson
Kaufman pulled up first on School: Almont .421 average Almont.
the Imlay City ballclub and Year: Junior She had 26 singles, five Coach
10th among Tri-City Times Years on varsity: Three doubles and nine triples of the Year- For directing
Photo by Kevin Kissane

All-Area first team honor- Position: First base among 95 at bats. Almont to a 24-13-1 over-
ees with a .359 average. Batting average: Anderson also amassed all mark and a 9-5 Blue
She provided 39 sin- Marrone ranked sixth on her teams highest RBI total Water Area Conference
gles, seven doubles and a the Almont ballclub and (41), tied for her squads standing (good enough for
triple among 131 at bats. eighth among Tri-City best walk output (11), third place) Erik Johnson
Kaufman also accumu- Times All-Area first team notched her teams second earns Tri-City Times All-
Imlay Citys Kenady Kaufman fields a ground lated her teams highest run
ball in a BWAC clash earlier this season. honorees with a .385 aver- best run total (26) and stole Area Coach of the Year
total (35), tied for her age. four bases. accolades.

All-BWAC softball team is selected


TRI-CITY AREA Cros-Lex; Rebecca Oden, Honorable mention- Richmond.
The following players Cros-Lex; Emilee Bower, Lexi Willing, Cros-Lex; Most Valuable Player-
earned a spot on the All- Cros-Lex; Veronica Danielle Ribenbark, Cros- Cros-Lexs Claire Knapp
Blue Water Area Watson, Almont; Gillian Lex; Kaycee Reid, Yale; and Richmonds Erin
Conference softball squad Nichols, Almont; Sydney Alexis Bahr, Yale; Megan Shuboy share the honor.
which was announced Marrone, Almont; Caitlin Orlando, Capac; Madison Coach of the Year-
recently: Rawlins, Armada; Sara Wheeler, Capac; Olivia Bill Bevins, Cros-Lex.
First team- Amy Lesnesky, Armada; Marosco, Armada; Lexi Final BWAC stand-
Thueme, Richmond; Emma Mallory Kean, Yale; Mackley, Armada; Melissa ings- 1) Richmond, 14-0;
Caperton, Richmond; Brooklyn Smith, Yale; Rahn, Imlay City; Haley 2) Cros-Lex, 10-4; 3)
Rachel McKiernan, McKena Hoody, Imlay Medrano, Imlay City; Almont, 9-5; 4) Armada
Richmond; Angela Coules, City; Kenady Kaufman, Hannah Feys, Almont; and Imlay City, 8-6 each;
Richmond; Erin Schuboy, Imlay City; and Alexys Katelyn Proper, Almont; 6) Yale, 4-10; 7) Algonac,
Richmond; Claire Knapp, Anderson, Capac. and Carley Barjaktarovich, 3-11; and 8) Capac, 0-14.
Photo by Kevin Kissane

NCTLs top softball talent recognized


DRYDEN The fol- Emma Morningstar, Carsonville-Port Sanilac; Mackenzie Falls, Almonts Aubrey Battani (L) and Elizabeth
lowing athletes were infield, Deckerville; Heidi Sam Romanowski, third Carsonville-Port Sanilac; Kerby (R) look to return a shot in last weeks
named to the All-North Ewald, infield, Caseville; base, Mayville; Allie Jenna Davis, Carsonville- match.
Central Thumb League Carly Smith, outfield, Bundschuh, infield, Port Sanilac; Kelsey
softball lineup which was
announced recently:
Kingston; Mia Sliman,
infield, Dryden; Madisyn
Kingston; Carlie
Meerschaeft, Mayville;
Emerson, Carsonville-Port
Sanilac; Carly Simmons, Trio: Lead to title game
First team- Camryn Guza, outfield, Larissa Drozdowski, Caseville; Jayton Arnold, from page 1-B Hartman (Port Huron
Maguire, pitcher, Deckerville; Olivia Grates, infield, Mayville; Julia Deckerville; Claudya place showing by Jenna Northern), Desaray
Kingston; Lauryn Franzel, outfield, Caseville; and Flanagan, infield, DeLand, Dryden; Chelsey Welke (Brown City). DeSnyder (Marine City),
pitcher, Mayville; Cira Abby Shell, utility, Peck. Deckerville; Rachel Clapsaddle, Kingston; Brooke Bowerman Bree Bauer (Port Huron
Skinner, catcher, Kingston; Second team- Linsey Cummings, outfield, Ashtian Davis, Kingston; (Port Huron Northern), Northern) and Paige
Kate Vogel, first base, Shutz, pitcher, Deckerville; Mayville; Alex Rutter, Payton Kolacz, Kingston; Kira Scahill (Port Huron Tranchida (Marine City)
Deckerville; Cassidy Becca Simpson, pitcher, outfield, Mayville; and Jeanna Franks, Mayville; Northern), Hannah made up the Blue teams
McClelland, third base, Caseville; Abbey Bullis, Trace Ashmore, outfield, Ellis Preston, North Walendowski (Marine roster. They were coached
Caseville; Breezy Fischer, catcher, Peck; Emily Dryden. Huron; and Cherokee City), Karyssa Austin by Tim Langolf (Port
infield, North Huron; Sawyer, first base, Honorable mention- Johnson, Peck. (Marine City), Marissa Huron Northern).
Page 5-B-TRI-CITY TIMES-JUNE 21, 2017

Griffin
Schirmer, of
Imlay City,
looks over
his offensive
options at
Fridays All-
Star game in
Port Huron.

Photo by Kevin Kissane

Photo by Kevin Kissane


MVP:
from page 1-B

pair of treys, and The Blue Team, which includes Imlay Citys Jose Bartolomei Castro (front #0)
Revoldt was held and Griffin Schirmer (directly behind him) poses for a team photo after winning.
scoreless.
Anthony
Tavano
(Richmond), Dylan
Kiger (Marysville),
Matt Donnellon
(Yale), DSean
Hamilton
(Richmond), Luke
McClelland (Yale),
Dylan Dankenbring
(Peck), Jared
Couch (Armada),
Ross Hinkley
(Marysville), Ben
Ratkov (Anchor
Bay), and Wesley
Photo by Kevin Kissane

Photo by Kevin Kissane


Wolschleger
(Memphis) also
appeared on the
Gold teams roster.
They were coached
Zach Revoldt, of Almont, drives to the hoop in by Nick Kuroski The Gold Team, which includes Almonts Eric Conn (#4) and Zach Revoldt (#30)
last Fridays All-Star Basketball Game. (Memphis). pose for a photo after last Fridays game in Port Huron.

VILLAGE OF DRYDEN
2016 Water Quality Report
This report covers the drinking water quality for the village of Dryden for the 2016 calendar year. This information is a snapshot
of the quality of the water that we provided to you in 2016. Included are details about where your water comes from, what it contains,
and how it compares to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and state standards.

Your water comes from 2 groundwater wells, each over 96 feet deep. The State performed an assessment of our source water to
determine the susceptibility or the relative potential of contamination. The susceptibility rating is on a seven-tiered scale from "very-
low" to "veryhigh" based on geologic sensitivity, well construction, water chemistry and contamination sources. The susceptibility
of our source is moderate on well #3. There has been no assessment performed on well #4 at this time.

There is no significant source of contamination in our water supply since the start-up of the arsenic removal system in May 2008.

If you would like to know more about the report, please contact James Honnold at 5602 Main Street, Dryden Ml 48428 or by phone
at810-796-2207

Contaminants and their presence in water: Drinking Water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at * Chlorine was calculated using the running annual average.
least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that water poses a health risk. ** 90 percent of the samples collected were at or below the level reported for our water.
More information about contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the EPA's Safe Drinking Water Hotline *** Unregulated contaminants are those for which EPA has not established drinking water standards. Monitoring helps EPA to
(800-426-4791). determine where certain contaminants occur and whether it needs to regulate those contaminants.

Vulnerability of sub-populations: Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than the general Information about lead: If present, elevated levels of lead can cause serious health problems, especially for pregnant women and
population. Immuno-compromised persons such as persons with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ young children. Lead in drinking water is primarily from materials and components associated with service lines and home plumb-
transplants, people with HIV/AIDS or other immune systems disorders, some elderly, and infants can be particularly at risk from ing. The village of Dryden is responsible for providing high quality drinking water, but cannot control the variety of materials used
infections. These people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers. EPA/CDC guidelines on in plumbing components. When your water has been sitting for several hours, you can minimize the potential for lead exposure
appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by Cryptosporidium and other microbial contaminants are available from the Safe by flushing your tap for 30 seconds to 2 minutes before using water for drinking or cooking. If you are concerned about lead in your
Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791). water, you may wish to have your water tested. Information on lead in drinking water, testing methods, and steps you can take to
minimize exposure is available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline or at http://www.epa.gov/safewater/lead.
Sources of drinking water: The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds,
reservoirs, springs, and wells. Our water comes from wells. As water travels over the surface of the land or through the ground, it From January 1, 2016 to March 31, 2016:
dissolves naturally-occurring minerals and, in some cases, radioactive material, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence
of animals or from human activity.

Contaminants that may be present in source water include:


Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may treatment plants, septic systems, agricultural livestock
operations and wildlife.
Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result from urban stormwater
From April 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016:
runoff, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, mining or farming.
Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture and residential uses.
Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally occurring or b e the result of oil and gas production and mining activities.
Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products of industrial
processes and petroleum production, and can also come from gas stations, urban stormwater runoff, and septic systems.

Monitoring and Reporting to the DEQ Requirements: The State and EPA require us to test our water on a regular basis to ensure its
safety.

We will update this report annually and will keep you informed of any problems that may occur throughout the year, as they happen.
Copies are available at the village of Dryden's village office located at 5602 Main Street, Dryden Ml 48428. This report will not be
sent to you.

We invite public participation in decisions that affect drinking water quality. Regular council meetings are held the first Tuesday of
the month at the village office at 7:00 pm. The village office is located at 5602 Main Street, Dryden Ml 48428. For more information
about your water, or the contents of this report, contact James Honnold at 810-796-2207 or visit the village's website at www.vil-
lageofdryden. com. For more information about safe drinking water, visit the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency at www.
In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, EPA prescribes regulations that limit the amount of certain contaminants in water
epa.gov/safewater/.
provided by public water systems. Food and Drug Administration regulations establish limits for contaminants in bottled water
which provide the same protection for public health.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR DRINKING WATER
Monitoring Requirements Not Met for
Water Quality Data
Village of Dryden
The table below lists all the drinking water contaminants that we detected during the 2016 calendar year. The presence of these
contaminants in the water does not necessarily indicate that the water poses a health risk. Unless otherwise noted, the data presented
We are required to monitor your drinking water for specific contaminants on a regular basis. Results of regular monitoring are an
in this table is from testing done January 1- December 31, 2016. The State allows us to monitor for certain contaminants less than
indicator of whether or not our drinking water meets health standards. During July 1, 2016, to July 31, 2016, we did not complete all
once per year because the concentrations of these contaminants are not expected to vary significantly from year to year. All of the
monitoring for trihalomethanes (TTHM) and haloacetic acids (five) (HAAS) and during October 1, 2016, to December 31,2016 we
data is representative of the water quality, but some are more than one year old.
did not monitor for arsenic. Therefore, we cannot be sure of the quality of your drinking water during that time. The violation does
not pose a threat to the quality of the supply's water.
Terms and abbreviations used below:
Maximum Contaminant Level Goal IMCLG): The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or
What should I do? There is nothing you need to do at this time. This is not an emergency. You do not need to boil water or use an
expected risk to health. MCLGs allow for a margin of safety.
alternative source of water at this time. Even though this is not an emergency, as our customers, you have a right to know what hap-
Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL): The highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as
pened and what we are doing to correct the situation.
close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment technology.
Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level IMRDL): The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is convinc-
The table below lists the contaminants we did not properly test for, how often we are supposed to sample for these contaminants,
ing evidence that addition of a disinfectant is necessary for control of microbial contaminants.
how many samples we are supposed to take, how many samples we took, when samples should have been taken, and the date we will
Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level Goal (MRDLG): means the level of a drinking water disinfectant below which there is
collect follow-up samples.
no known or expected risk to health. MRDLGs do not reflect the benefits of the use of disinfectants to control microbial contaminants.
N/A: Not applicable ND: not detectable at testing limit ppb: parts per billion or micrograms per liter ppm: parts per million
or milligrams per liter pCi/l: picocuries per liter (a measure of radioactivity).
Action Level (AL): The concentration of a contaminant which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements that a water
system must follow.
Level 1 Assessment: A study of the water supply to identify potential problems and determine (if possible) why total coliform
bacteria have been hound in our water system.
Level 2 Assessment: A very detailed study of the water system to identify potential problems and determine (if possible) why an
E. coli MCL violation has occurred and/or why total coliform bacteria have been found in our water system on multiple occasions.

What happened? What is being done? We inadvertently missed taking samples within these required sampling periods. Our staff is
making every effort to assure this does not happen again.

For more information, please contact Mr. James Honnold, Operator-In-Charge, at 810-796-2207.

Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received this notice
directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses). You can do this by posting this notice in a
public place or distributing copies by hand or mail.

This notice is being sent to you by the Village of Dryden

I certify that this water supply has fully complied with the public notification regulations in the Michigan
Safe Drinking Water Act, 1976 PA 399, as amended, and the administrative rules. 25-1
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Legal Announcements Business


ALMONT Discussion on MTA Conference going out soon and auditors were in A default has been made in the
Directory
report, memorial trees in the park, for audit. Audience questions and conditions of a certain land contract
TOWNSHIP EMS report, Rowe Professional comments: cemetery issue, mainte- made by Ronald Dodd, 1098 Summers
ALMONT TOWNSHIP Planning proposal and termination nance at senior center and ham opera- Road, Imlay City, MI as Vendee and
Accounting & Excavating
BOARD Attica Township involvement in the tor tower on Fox Ridge Lane. Motion wherein Riccardo Bongiomo and Ann
Interlocal Agreement with I-69 to pay the bills made and accepted. Bongiomo, 3780 Ranger Way,
REGULAR MEETING
MINUTES SYNOPSIS
International Trade Corridor Next
Michigan Development Corporation.
Motion to adjourn 8:10 p.m. A com-
plete copy of the minutes is available
Pahrump, NV 89048 are the Vendors.
Pursuant to a Judgement of Land
Tax Preparation
JUNE 12, 2017 Fire - 6 runs since last meeting. at the township hall during business Contract Foreclosure entered by the
Meeting called to order by There will be a spaghetti dinner fund hours. Circuit Court for the County of
Supervisor at 7:00 p.m. at 819 N. raiser at the fire hall the Friday before Karen A. Klos, Clerk Lapeer notice is hereby given that on Dryden Excavating
Main St., Almont, MI. Members Attica Days. There was explanation 25-1 July 5, 2017 at 9:30 oclock in the F o r A l l Yo u r
present were Supervisor Bowman, of insurance ratings, and 2 companies forenoon, the foreclosed premises, or EXCAVATING & TRUCKING NEEDS
Clerk Hoffner, Treasurer Kudsin, and have been contacted regarding the some part of them will be sold at pub- Licensed Insured
122 W. Washington, Downtown Romeo
Trustees Streeter, Groesbeck, Scott
Stroup, and Clay Stroup. The follow-
purchase of a new tanker for the fire
department.
CITY OF lic sale at the Courthouse located at
255 Clay Street, Lapeer, Michigan,
Mon.-Fri. 9am-5pm,
586-752-2682 Call Loren Starr
IMLAY CITY
Saturday &
810-796-3917 or 810-602-5625

8-16-17
ing actions were taken: 1) approved Park - Park is very busy, that being the place for the holding of Evenings By Appt. www.romeoaccountants.com

1-24-18
budget amendments, 2) approved Roundup needs to be sprayed around REGULAR COMMISSION the Circuit Court for the County of
consent agenda as presented, 3) the fences and posts and discussion MEETING Lapeer:
approved special assessment for
police protection, 4) approved 2017-
2018 township budget, 5) adopted
about getting the new swings up.
Planning Commission - The
Planning Commission is developing a
JUNE 6, 2017
SYNOPSIS
Mayor Bargen called the meet-


The premises are described as:
PARCEL A:
A PARCEL OF LAND IN AND
Automotive Glass
MTAs Principles of Governance, 6) medical marijuana ordinance. There ing to order at 7:00 p.m. BEING PART OF THE SOUTHWEST

PARSCHS M bil
approved hiring of alternate building was a meeting with Planner Mark Commissioners present were Bargen, 1/4 OF THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF
inspector, 7) adopted resolution for Lloyd concerning the mining opera- Rankin, Kempf, Planck, Romine and SECTION 31 T8N, R12E,
TODD'S GLASS

8-2-17
HAVA grant to apply for voting equip- tion on Lake George Rd. It has now Tanis. Commissioner Ramirez was GOODLAND TOWNSHIP, LAPEER AUTOMOTIVE
ment, 8) approved subscription for I been bought by Israel Ferret and there absent. Also present were City C O U N T Y, MICHIGAN MIRRORS & MORE
Am Responding for fire department, are many unanswered questions. Manager Tom Youatt; City Attorney PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS SERVICE & REPAIR
9) approved proposal to prepare and Information from the MTA BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE BRAKES Frame & Frameless Shower Enclosures
David Churchill; Fire Chief Richard Custom Mirrors Replacement Windows
mail summer tax bills, 10) approved Conference has been helpful for Horton; Ruth Hughes Memorial WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION 31, AIR CONDITIONING
agreement with village for police pro- blight enforcement. DISTANT N 0 DEG 21 00 E 508.85 MUFFLERS TUNE-UPS 719 Van Dyke - Imlay City 810-724-2480
District Library Director Tracy
tection and school liaison officer, 11) CCA called about an illegal car FT FROM ITS SOUTHWEST STRUTS TODDSGLASS.COM
Aldrich; five members of the com-
approved wage increase for deputy repair business on Lake Pleasant Rd. munity; and one member of the CORNER, THENCE EXTENDING COOLING SYSTEMS
clerk and zoning administrator. Attorney - none media. The Commission approved N 0 DEG 21 00 E 501.49 FT EXHAUST SHOCKS
Meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m. A
complete copy of minutes may be

9.
Ambulance - Next meeting June the agenda with the following addi-
tion: 7.C. Purchase Agreement/Land
THENCE S 89 DEG 29 48 E 882.41
FT. THENCE 8 0 DEG 01 46 E
ELECTRICAL
COMPUTER ANALYSIS
Heating &
viewed at almonttownship.org.
Paul Bowman-Supervisor


Commissioner - none
Board - none
Contract Discussion. The 493.81 FT; THENCE N 89 DEG 59
42 W 885.19 FT TO THE
TIRES Cooling
Commission approved the Consent COMPUTER BALANCING
Carol Hoffner-Clerk Public - none Agenda Items as presented, including BEGINNING. 10.0967 ACRES
25-1 Review and pay the bills - Tax identification number FUEL INJECTION SERVICE
Regular Meeting minutes of May 16, Commercial & Residential

8-16-17
Moved and seconded to pay the bills: 2017; and Payment of Bills including 44-009-031-017-00 commonly
810-724-6630

TFN
General Fund - $36,193.39, Public Payroll of $92,551.67 and Accounts known as 1098 N. Summers Road,
Safety - $9,526.35, and Fire Fund - Payable and Trust & Agency of Imlay City, Michigan 48444

ATTICA
$5,241.09. Total for bills is
$50,960.83. Roll call vote taken, all
$208,143.49.
approved the
The Commission
Water Asset
The redemption period in accor-
dance with statue shall be six (6)
Mobil HEATING & COOLING SPECIALISTS
Service & Install, Financing Licensed & Insured
TOWNSHIP ayes, motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 7:47 p.m.
Management Plan Payment invoice months from the date of such sale.
Dated: April 24, 2017
314 CAPAC RD. - IMLAY CITY
Yale Location 810-387-4452
ATTICA TOWNSHIP for Spicer Group in the amount of
A complete copy of the minutes $7,219.50, as presented; approved the FOR INFORMATION PLEASE

Builders
BOARD is available at the Attica Township CALL:
MINUTES OF
JUNE 8, 2017
Hall.
Purchase Agreement and Land
Contract in the amount of $70,500.00 John L. Lengemann Outdoor
The meeting was called to order
Nancy Herpolsheimer
Attica Township Clerk
for the purchase of 320 N. Almont
Avenue from the First Congregational
Morrice, Lengemann & Miller P.C.
Attorneys at Law Equipment
at 7:00 p.m. by Supervisor Ochadleus. 25-1 Church, with Mayor Bargen and 202 East Third Street
Present were: Clerk Herpolsheimer Imlay City, MI 48444
and Trustees Lacey and Madeline.
Clerk/Treasurer Frost to sign on
behalf of the City; accepted the resig- 810-724-2565 Parts and Service
Absent: Treasurer Mason 20-6 ON THE SPOT FINANCING!
The minutes of May 11, 2017 BERLIN nation of Assistant Fire Chief Andrew
Kustowski, effective January 1, 2018,
Regular Board meeting and April 19 TOWNSHIP with regrets; approved the proclama-
YETI
Special Board meeting were approved
BOARD MEETING tion for Matthew Van Dyk, as pre- Custom Building & Remodeling
as presented.
The treasurer report showed a SYNOPSIS sented; approved Personnel Policy
STATE OF Additions Kitchens Bath Farm House
Amendment #2017-1, as presented;
new balance of: General Fund JUNE 12, 2017 Renovations Siding Decks Windows
$349,913.62 and CDARS savings Meeting called to order at 7:30
approved that all non-union employ- MICHIGAN
$202,592.18; ICS $300,000.00 Public p.m. by Supervisor Winn. Pledge of
ees hired prior to September 1, 2014
shall contribute 3% towards their COUNTY OF Family Owned Since 1973 Licensed & Insured
Safety $53,449.13, CDARS Allegiance recited. Members present: LAPEER
FREE 810-724-8060 - Imlay City
MERS B-4 retirement plan, effective
$50,636.40; ICS $50,000.00 Fire Parks, Klos, Winn, Christian & July 1, 2017; reappointed Dennis NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ESTIMATES www.walters-enterprises.com
8-16-17

Millage $46,432.41, CDARS Wittstock. May minutes approved. Jackson to the Zoning Board of
$50,636.40; ICS $50,000.00: Fire PUBLIC NOTICE -
Treasurers report approved. Fire Appeals, with the term to expire June
Escrow $1,367.93, CDARS TRUST ADMINISTRATION
report given by Assistant Chief 2020; and approved Resolution 2017- OF LAUREL I. GRUNDNER
$50,636.40; ICS $80,000.00. STIHL EXMARK HUSTLER
Clock Repair
Bonner: responded to 18 runs last 9 to authorize MERS service credit Trust Administration of Laurel I.
Police Report - There were 196 month (none billable), will be work- purchase. The meeting was adjourned Grundner. Date of Birth: October 8,
ARCTIC CAT STORMY KROMER
calls in May, with 120 of the calls ing fireworks 6/23 and 3-Day event
handled by the Township Deputies. July 14-16 at the Lions field. Planning
at 7:39 p.m. Submitted by Nicole F.
Frost, City Clerk. Complete copies of
1923
TO ALL CREDITORS:

Public Time - Ruth Hughes
Library Director, Tracy Aldrich, dis-
Commission report: on-going request
for home occupation business on
the minutes are available in the NOTICE TO CREDITORS: The Clean Your Clock
Clerks office during normal business Grantor, Laurel I Grundner, who lived Need someones clock cleaned? SINCE 1975
tributed the summer newsletter and Gould Road and approval of cell hours or at www.imlaycity.org. Where the outdoor enthusiast shops!
informed the board of the Attica tower at the lagoon. Zoning Board of at 321 Crozier, Almont, Michigan Im your man.
25-1 died April 12, 2017. Cleaning and repair. 7230 Webster Rd IMLAY CITY
branch summer activities. The library Appeals had a meeting with regard to
will be running the kids tent and spon- the Allenton party store - request Creditors of the decedent are Insured/Guaranteed. 810-724-7230
soring the Bubble Man at Attica Days. approved with minor adjustments. notified that all claims against The Imlay City.
Old Business - Supervisor Senior report: exercise Tuesday (5/2, NOTICE Laurel I. Grundner Living Trust Dated 810-358-7740 10-11-17
2-cycle & 4-cycle Repair Tune-Up Specials in Effect
Pick Up & Delivery Available
Ochadleus distributed and reviewed LAND CONTRACT December 1, 2003, as amended, will
9 & 30), cards on Thursday (5/4, 11,
be forever barred unless presented to:
architect plans for the Attica Museum 18 & 25), 15 attended Bingo and 73 FORECLOSURE SALE
Tree Service
addition and asked for input from the Brian Grundner, Successor
attended potluck (every 4th Tuesday); THIS FIRM IS A DEBT
board. Trustee, within 4 months after the
upcoming 6/27 hot dog picnic pot- COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO
New Business - Moved and sec- date of publication of this notice.
luck. Park report: walking track to be COLLECT A DEBT, ANY
onded to approve the July 1, 2017 to Brian Grundner
weeded, grass to grow on volleyball, INFORMATION WE OBTAIN
470 Allison Dr
June 30, 2018 budget as presented at quotes being gotten for pavilion roof WILL BE USED FOR SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT

Dans
the May Board meeting. Also pre- Almont, MI 48003
and sign needs repair or replace. THAT PURPOSE. PLEASE
sented were wage recommendations. This Notice is published on June
Discussed: sewer issue at twp hall and CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT THE
Roll call vote; all ayes, motion car- 21, 2017.
replacement of culverts. Board mem- NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE
ried. 25-1
ber questions and comments: tax bills IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY.
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