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An annual fundraiser that began during Fr. Gendernalik’s lifetime continues to advantage his Appalachian School. Held in a St. Mary Queen of Creation Parish Center, dilemma of Maria and Front streets, portion hours are 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Enjoy a dish of all-you-can-eat spaghetti with homemade pasta, breadsticks, salad, libation and dessert for a concession of $8 for adults and $4 for children, ages 5 to 10 years. Children younger than 5, free. For information, call Debbie Warren during (586) 725-2441.

CORN BEEF AND CABBAGE cooking during VFW Cove Mar 14: Serving from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., VFW Post 7573 is located during 35011 23 Mile, opposite from Kroger. The cost is $8.

MARCH 15 SPECIAL EVENT: First Congregational Church in brotherhood with Greater New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, both of New Haven, welcomes Rev. Faith E. Fowler and a Ambassador Choir on Mar 15 to Greater New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 58527 Delanie St., New Haven during 6 p.m. Rev. Fowler is a executive executive of Cass Community Social Services, a non-profit Detroit group that responds to misery with programs for food, health care, housing and employment. She is a author of a book, “This Far by Faith,” pity a implausible disproportion Cass Community Social Services creates for those in need, notwithstanding a ravages of homelessness, obsession and violence. For information, call (586) 749-3813.

MICHIGAN ADVANCED PARANORMAL Society subsequent NBHS speakers: On Thursday, Mar 19, during First Congregational Church, 36223 Alfred, dilemma of Base, during 7 p.m., a New Baltimore Historical Society will acquire MAPS for an engaging module on “Things That Go Bump in a Night.” Describing their new “haunting” outing during a NBHS’s Grand Pacific House Museum, Our Town won’t wish to skip it. Admission is $1. Refreshments. Note: On St. Patrick’s Day, chronological multitude members will be during McDonald’s grill on Green Street, nod business from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., and earning 10 percent of a sales during a period. Much appreciation to Setter Inc. for their integrity toward non-profits in a area.

LACROSSE OFFERED AT NB Recreation Center: Ongoing registration is accessible by job Jason Benoit during (586) 243-3868 or emailing info@motorcityknights.com. No knowledge is required and there are several group spaces available.

TWO ST. JOHN’S LUTHERAN church events: The spaghetti cooking hold on a second Saturday of a month, Mar 14, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. continues with another warn entree, healthy salad and desserts for a giveaway will donation. The church is located during a dilemma of Green and Maria streets; Next, a advantage euchre celebration on Mar 21. The church’s Education Building will open during 6 p.m. for registration with a price during $10 per person. The games start during 6:30 p.m. Former ABHS connoisseur and St. John’s member Kevin O’Bryan and mother Meghan are relocating to Bexley, Ohio, where Kevin is attending Trinity Lutheran Seminary, shortly to turn a minister. Call Shirley during (586) 725-0427, Nancy during (586) 994-6720, Mary during (586) 716-0676 or Evelyn during (586) 725-8935 to haven a seat.

EURCHRE ON THIRD Friday during St. Peter’s Lutheran: Located during 7845 Palms, dilemma of Markel, Fair Haven, doors open during 6:30 p.m. with a games to start during 7 p.m. The concession is $5. Prizes. Pop and prohibited dogs for $1 donation. Free coffee, tea and snacks.

DETROIT TIGER GAME tickets deadline is Mar 27: Offered by a Chesterfield Senior Center for ages 55 and older, tickets are $47 any with reduce baseline box seats. No Refunds; all sales are final. Dates are: Jun 12, Detroit Tigers vs. Cleveland Indians; Jun 26: Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox; Jul 17, Detroit Tigers vs. Baltimore Orioles; Aug. 21: Detroit Tigers vs. Texas Rangers. Fireworks following all games, continue permitting. No disabled seating available. Call (586) 949-0400, ext. 1138. The Chesterfield Senior Center is located during 47275 Sugarbush within a Chesterfield Township complex.

KEWADIN IN YOUR destiny Mar 29-30: Bay-Rama Inc. member Ron is watchful for calls during (586) 725-1051 from friends who wish a time divided to suffer any other and a good Upper Peninsula. The cost is $125 per chairman that includes fine engine manager transportation, camp during Kewadin, $50 in coins, giveaway cooking and breakfast buffets, luggage doing and a driver’s tip. Registration might be done during a Washington Street Wine House.

NBIC McDONALD’S NIGHT Mar 31: The New Baltimore Interfaith Choir will be nod business and doing domestic chores from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. during a Green Street McDonald’s earning 10 percent of a sales during a 3 hours. It’s a fun and bustling time. The choir might even sing for you. Many interjection to Setter Inc. for their affability to non-profits in Our Town. Continued…

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SPRING RUMMAGE SALE Apr 17-19: The semi-annual eventuality is hold in a gym and Parish Center of St. Mary Queen of Creation Church, on Main, between Maria and Base streets. Friday-Saturday, Apr 17-18, a hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Apr 19, (half-price day), a hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Early Bird acknowledgment during 9:30 a.m. on Friday, is $2 during a door.

JOIN GALE IN NYC May 14-20: The cost is $750, double occupancy, for tours of a 9/11 Memorial, Wall Street, Times Square, Rockefeller Center and some-more as good as 4 uninterrupted nights camp in a New York City area. Call Gale during (586) 949-7053 or Good Shepherd Lutheran Church during (586) 949-9440.

REGISTRATION FOR OHIO Friends Tour ongoing: The outing is scheduled for Sept. 25-26 in a Amish Country of Ohio. Experience a Longaberger Homestead and Roscoe village, along with fine engine manager transportation, dual dinners and booze tasting, dual continental breakfasts, Longaberger keepsake, lodging, snacks, movies, shopping, giveaways, games, prizes and more. Call Shirley during (586) 725-0427.

REMINDER: Bay-Rama Inc. march applications are acquire as shortly as possible. The Jun 28 Fishfly Festival Parade starts during 1 p.m. and is a usually one in a universe named for a “mighty” fishfly. Groups, businesses, organizations, churches, schools, clubs, classical automobile owners, marching bands, cavalcade teams, bagpipers, clowns and artistic persons everywhere are welcome. The thesis is “Enjoy a Ride.” Call Cheryl Hepp during (586) 549-7778 or go to bay-rama.com and be in a parade.

OCT. 17 CANCER AWARENESS Charity Ball date: Cathy Odisho is chairing a eventuality during a Shelby Garden’s Banquet and Event Center and welcomes donations toward a gymnasium deposit. Go to: capsbycoz.myevent.com/3/online_payment.htm. Tickets will be $50 per chairman or $75 per couple. To present and/or squeeze tickets, send a check or income sequence payable to Cancer Awareness Charity Ball, mailed to Charity Ball, 7060 Reber, Shelby Twp., MI 48317. Call Cathy during (586) 932-7126 for details.

ABMS-N SINGERS SHINE: On Feb. 28, 40 singers from Anchor Bay Middle School-North participated in a District Solo Ensemble Festival during Anchor Bay High, with Choral Director Jan Boswell, high propagandize singers and a Vocal Arts Boosters as hosts. Director Deb Root is unapproachable to announce that this is a largest series of singers from a propagandize to take partial in a center propagandize festival. The festival ratings are as follows: Sixth Grade Large Ensemble members Sara Adams, Jordan Austin, Meleana Brand, Ciara Connolly, Kaleigh Gieraltowski, Kaelyn Humphries, Kanasia Madison, Savannah Masters, Mireille Murillo, Gabriella Palombo, Rachel Simmons and Gianna Wayne were awarded 1 EXCELLENT; Seventh/Eighth Grade Large Ensemble members Autumn Adams, McKenna Broaddus, Jacquelyn Couturier, Miranda DalPra, Alex Edmonson, Lauren Gerald, Sydney Gonzalez, Madison Lipka, Madeline Markwood, Xavier Reed, Nick Todoverto and Gavin Young perceived an 1+ EXCELLENT with SUPERIOR DISTINCTION; Seventh/Eighth Grade Large Ensemble members Gabriela Badalamenti, Mia Bauer, Eva Bernard, Miranda DalPra, Jack Dubay, Alex Edmonson, Andrea Foster, Mackenzie Gritzinger, Brianna Holmes, Dahlia Jimenez, Evan Miller, Ben Paulina, Xavier Reed, Emily Smith, Antonio Spasevski, Brendan Stopczynski, Amanda Thompson, Gabriella Tote, Emma Watson and Gavin Young perceived a 1 EXCELLENT. The District Choral Festival was hold Mar 9 and 10 with 200 singers behaving from ABMS-N. Best wishes to illusory Mrs. Root and her immature people.

ANCHOR BAY HIGH VOCAL festival results: Mrs. Jan Boswell is gratified to share a following news: The Women’s Ensemble A and B perceived an EXCELLENT rating; The Men’s Ensemble were rated EXCELLENT; Singers Haley Sommerstorfer, Jenny Jaeger, Laura Kilgore, Rosanna Chalfant, Victor Rodriquez, Mike Armstrong and Tyler Armstrong perceived an EXCELLENT rating; Vocalists Victoria Berry, Kalyn Hitchcock, Emily Jaro and Marla Fujimoto were rated GOOD. The students will attend in vast choral ensembles in Mar in a District High School Choral Festival.

THE MSBOA DISTRICT XVI Instrumental Festival news: Held on Jan. 17 and Jan. 31 during Rochester High School, unapproachable rope Directors P. David Visnaw II and Scott Oranchak are ripping with honour in announcing a following musicians and their opening results: (Note: Those awarded a First Division rating have competent for a Michigan Band and Orchestra Association State Solo and Ensemble Festival in March.) Erin Bandemer: Second Division (Clarinet Chamber); Miranda Bergeron: First Division (Flute Duet, Flute Chamber); Everhett Biland: First Division (Brass Chamber, Trombone Septet); Jaclyn Bommarito: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Sextet, Woodwind Trio), Second Division (Flute Solo); Elaine Burley: First Division (Clarinet Solo, Woodwind Quintet); Emily Burley: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Solo, Piccolo Solo); Ryan Burns; (First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet); Kaitlynn Cesarek: (First Division (Saxophone Quartet); Viktor Ciroski: First Division (Saxophone Quartet, Baritone Saxophone Solo); Jillian Cornell: First Division (Flute Chamber); Amanda Czostkowski: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Sextet), Second Division (Flute Solo); Alyssa DiStefano: First Division (Bassoon Duet, Woodwind Quintet); Danielle Edwards: First Division (Woodwind Quintet); Alec Felker: First Division (Brass Chamber); Julia Forton: First Division (Flute Quartet); Brendan Foster: First Division (Brass Quintet); Kristen Gennety: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet, French Horn Quartet); Macy Gustavus: First Division (Flute Sextet, Flute solo, Piccolo Solo); Maria Harbin: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet, French Horn Quartet, Woodwind Quintet); Rachael Haslam: First Division (Bassoon Duet, Bassoon Solo), Second Division (Woodwind Trio); Renae Haslam: First Division (Also Saxophone Duet); Ryan Hunter: First Division (Brass Quintet); Kendal Jablonski: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Sextet); John Karns: Second Division (Snare Drum Solo); Lindsay Kazmierczak: First Division (Flute Chamber, Woodwind Duet); Amanda Kinnie: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Duet, Flute Quartet); Filip Konjevod: First Division (Tenor Saxophone Solo), Second Division (Violin Solo); Alyssa Kozlowski: First Division (Woodwind Duet), Second Division (Flute Duet).

INSTRUMENTAL FESTIVAL RESULTS continue: Jacob Kurtz: First Division (Trombone Septet); Sarah Kuss: First Division (Brass Chamber, French Horn Quartet); Emily Kuzminski: First Division (Woodwind Duet); Nicole Lee: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Sextet), Second Division (Flute Duet); Megan Lehman: First Division (Woodwind Trio); Ian Lewis: First Division (Trumpet Duet); Alexandra Lobbestael: First Division (Flute Duet, Flute Chamber); Kaitlyn Lubinski: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Solo); Ian Mahoney: First Division (Alto Saxophone Solo, Saxophone Quartet); Megan Maksim: Second Division (Woodwind Trio); Rachel Mancuso: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet, Trumpet Solo); Erica Manning: First Division (Clarinet Solo), Second Division (Clarinet chamber, Woodwind Trio); Matt Masters: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet); Hannah Medley: Second Division (Clarinet Chamber); Amanda Miiller: First Division (Alto Saxophone Solo, Saxophone Quartet); Peter Miiller: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet, Trombone Septet), Second Division (Trombone Solo); John Miller: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet, Trombone Septet); Brendan Murphy: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet); Jackie Newman: First Division (Flute Chamber); Summer Patterson Second Division (Alto Saxophone Solo); Bianca Pearson: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Duet, Flute Quartet); Lauren Puzio: First Division (Woodwind Duet), Second Division (Clarinet Chamber); Justin Richards: First Divisionn (Brass Quintet); Justin Rozanski: First Division (Brass Quintet); Emily Scharret: First Division (Woodwind Trio); Quinton Shoulders: Second Division (Clarinet Chamber); Deven Shumney: First Division (Alto Saxophone Duet, Alto Saxophone Solo); Corinna Sleiman: First Division (Flute Sextet, Flute Solo, Woodwind Quintet); Pierce Slominis: First Division (Trumpet Duet, Trumpet Solo); Matt Starosta: First Division (Brass Chamber); Domonique Stevens: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet, Trombone Septet); Katie Stocker: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet, French Horn Quartet); Callie St. Onge: Second Division (Clarinet Chamber); Alexa Thompson: Second Division (Clarinet Chamber); Caleb Thompson: First Division (Brass Chamber, Trombone Septet); Joey Treadwell: Second Division (Clarinet Chamber); Kaitlyn Trombly: Second Division (Clarinet Chamber); Jessica Usrey: First Division (Flute Chamber); Christopher Warren: First Division (Brass Chamber, Euphonium Solo), Second Division (Brass Duet); Brandon Webb: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass quintet, Trumpet Solo); Daniel Wood: Second Division (Brass Duet, Trumpet Solo); Walter Woods: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet), Second Division (Trumpet Solo); Katharine Workman: First Division (Tenor Saxophone Solo), Second Division (Piano Solo) and Janelle Zdziepko: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Quartet.

OTHER GREAT ABHS rope news: Feb. 6: The Jazz Ensemble took partial in a 42nd annual Phi Mu Alpha/Central Michigan University Jazz Weekend with over 60 of a best high propagandize jazz bands and combos in a a state. The ABHS garb was famous with a Second Runner-up Outstanding Band Award in a Class AA division, imprinting a 14th time in a past 18 years that ABHS has perceived a vital endowment during a event; Feb. 24: Ten musicians were comparison to a MSBOA District XVI Honors Band to perform a unison on Mar 31 during Dakota High School. They are: Elaine Burley (clarinet); Corinna Sleiman (flute); Chris Warren (baritone); Amanda Miiller (saxophone); Ian Mahoney (saxophone); Rachael Haslam (bassoon); Erica Manning (clarinet); Katharine Workman (saxophone); Pierce Slominis (trumpet) and Lydia White (trombone). Congratulations from Our Town! Continued…

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A NOTE OF APPRECIATION: “I would like to extend interjection from a Leadership Academy to a internal community–businesses and individuals–who helped make a annual Penny Auction fundraiser a good success. Local shops, stores, use providers, families, individuals, cadet families, supporters and neighbors, a Booster Club Executive Board and members, and a cadets total to make this a good dusk out. We demeanour brazen to saying we during subsequent year’s auction, greatfully entice a crony or two. P.S. By a time we review this, we will have already perceived 5,000 some-more tickets to sell.” Col. Jeff Carrothers, comparison instructor, Leadership Academy, Anchor Bay High School.

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH is appreciative: The pasties were drifting out of a oven and into a hands of business during a record rate once again. Many interjection to all who purchased and enjoyed dishes “to die for.” Most evenings, pasties had to be a dish of choice in usually about any home in a area. See we in October.

MIRACLE ON CHURCH ROAD Mar 3: Don and Blanche Plegue saved a life of Bill Carrothers that Tuesday morning. Because of a bother of a squirrel during a Plegue home, Don was means to hear a cry of Mr. C and rescue him. At first, Don, vital 3 doors away, suspicion he listened a sheep’s “Baa.” On a second call, he satisfied it was a tellurian and gathering to a sound. Blanche brought blankets and hold his head. Bill fell on a ice outward his chateau and was found in soppy wardrobe with solidified hair, glacial eyelashes and delirious. No one knows how prolonged he was there. A spectacle happened after 911 was called. Bill’s life was saved! Don and Blanche Plegue are heroes. The Carrothers family interjection we over and over again.

To news news about your use organization, call Bette Carrothers during (586) 725-8051 or email her during wgcmusicbjc@webtv.net.

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An annual fundraiser that began during Fr. Gendernalik’s lifetime continues to advantage his Appalachian School. Held in a St. Mary Queen of Creation Parish Center, dilemma of Maria and Front streets, portion hours are 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Enjoy a dish of all-you-can-eat spaghetti with homemade pasta, breadsticks, salad, libation and dessert for a concession of $8 for adults and $4 for children, ages 5 to 10 years. Children younger than 5, free. For information, call Debbie Warren during (586) 725-2441.

CORN BEEF AND CABBAGE cooking during VFW Cove Mar 14: Serving from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., VFW Post 7573 is located during 35011 23 Mile, opposite from Kroger. The cost is $8.

MARCH 15 SPECIAL EVENT: First Congregational Church in brotherhood with Greater New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, both of New Haven, welcomes Rev. Faith E. Fowler and a Ambassador Choir on Mar 15 to Greater New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 58527 Delanie St., New Haven during 6 p.m. Rev. Fowler is a executive executive of Cass Community Social Services, a non-profit Detroit group that responds to misery with programs for food, health care, housing and employment. She is a author of a book, “This Far by Faith,” pity a implausible disproportion Cass Community Social Services creates for those in need, notwithstanding a ravages of homelessness, obsession and violence. For information, call (586) 749-3813.

MICHIGAN ADVANCED PARANORMAL Society subsequent NBHS speakers: On Thursday, Mar 19, during First Congregational Church, 36223 Alfred, dilemma of Base, during 7 p.m., a New Baltimore Historical Society will acquire MAPS for an engaging module on “Things That Go Bump in a Night.” Describing their new “haunting” outing during a NBHS’s Grand Pacific House Museum, Our Town won’t wish to skip it. Admission is $1. Refreshments. Note: On St. Patrick’s Day, chronological multitude members will be during McDonald’s grill on Green Street, nod business from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., and earning 10 percent of a sales during a period. Much appreciation to Setter Inc. for their integrity toward non-profits in a area.

LACROSSE OFFERED AT NB Recreation Center: Ongoing registration is accessible by job Jason Benoit during (586) 243-3868 or emailing info@motorcityknights.com. No knowledge is required and there are several group spaces available.

TWO ST. JOHN’S LUTHERAN church events: The spaghetti cooking hold on a second Saturday of a month, Mar 14, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. continues with another warn entree, healthy salad and desserts for a giveaway will donation. The church is located during a dilemma of Green and Maria streets; Next, a advantage euchre celebration on Mar 21. The church’s Education Building will open during 6 p.m. for registration with a price during $10 per person. The games start during 6:30 p.m. Former ABHS connoisseur and St. John’s member Kevin O’Bryan and mother Meghan are relocating to Bexley, Ohio, where Kevin is attending Trinity Lutheran Seminary, shortly to turn a minister. Call Shirley during (586) 725-0427, Nancy during (586) 994-6720, Mary during (586) 716-0676 or Evelyn during (586) 725-8935 to haven a seat.

EURCHRE ON THIRD Friday during St. Peter’s Lutheran: Located during 7845 Palms, dilemma of Markel, Fair Haven, doors open during 6:30 p.m. with a games to start during 7 p.m. The concession is $5. Prizes. Pop and prohibited dogs for $1 donation. Free coffee, tea and snacks.

DETROIT TIGER GAME tickets deadline is Mar 27: Offered by a Chesterfield Senior Center for ages 55 and older, tickets are $47 any with reduce baseline box seats. No Refunds; all sales are final. Dates are: Jun 12, Detroit Tigers vs. Cleveland Indians; Jun 26: Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox; Jul 17, Detroit Tigers vs. Baltimore Orioles; Aug. 21: Detroit Tigers vs. Texas Rangers. Fireworks following all games, continue permitting. No disabled seating available. Call (586) 949-0400, ext. 1138. The Chesterfield Senior Center is located during 47275 Sugarbush within a Chesterfield Township complex.

KEWADIN IN YOUR destiny Mar 29-30: Bay-Rama Inc. member Ron is watchful for calls during (586) 725-1051 from friends who wish a time divided to suffer any other and a good Upper Peninsula. The cost is $125 per chairman that includes fine engine manager transportation, camp during Kewadin, $50 in coins, giveaway cooking and breakfast buffets, luggage doing and a driver’s tip. Registration might be done during a Washington Street Wine House.

NBIC McDONALD’S NIGHT Mar 31: The New Baltimore Interfaith Choir will be nod business and doing domestic chores from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. during a Green Street McDonald’s earning 10 percent of a sales during a 3 hours. It’s a fun and bustling time. The choir might even sing for you. Many interjection to Setter Inc. for their affability to non-profits in Our Town.

SPRING RUMMAGE SALE Apr 17-19: The semi-annual eventuality is hold in a gym and Parish Center of St. Mary Queen of Creation Church, on Main, between Maria and Base streets. Friday-Saturday, Apr 17-18, a hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Apr 19, (half-price day), a hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Early Bird acknowledgment during 9:30 a.m. on Friday, is $2 during a door.

JOIN GALE IN NYC May 14-20: The cost is $750, double occupancy, for tours of a 9/11 Memorial, Wall Street, Times Square, Rockefeller Center and some-more as good as 4 uninterrupted nights camp in a New York City area. Call Gale during (586) 949-7053 or Good Shepherd Lutheran Church during (586) 949-9440.

REGISTRATION FOR OHIO Friends Tour ongoing: The outing is scheduled for Sept. 25-26 in a Amish Country of Ohio. Experience a Longaberger Homestead and Roscoe village, along with fine engine manager transportation, dual dinners and booze tasting, dual continental breakfasts, Longaberger keepsake, lodging, snacks, movies, shopping, giveaways, games, prizes and more. Call Shirley during (586) 725-0427.

REMINDER: Bay-Rama Inc. march applications are acquire as shortly as possible. The Jun 28 Fishfly Festival Parade starts during 1 p.m. and is a usually one in a universe named for a “mighty” fishfly. Groups, businesses, organizations, churches, schools, clubs, classical automobile owners, marching bands, cavalcade teams, bagpipers, clowns and artistic persons everywhere are welcome. The thesis is “Enjoy a Ride.” Call Cheryl Hepp during (586) 549-7778 or go to bay-rama.com and be in a parade.

OCT. 17 CANCER AWARENESS Charity Ball date: Cathy Odisho is chairing a eventuality during a Shelby Garden’s Banquet and Event Center and welcomes donations toward a gymnasium deposit. Go to: capsbycoz.myevent.com/3/online_payment.htm. Tickets will be $50 per chairman or $75 per couple. To present and/or squeeze tickets, send a check or income sequence payable to Cancer Awareness Charity Ball, mailed to Charity Ball, 7060 Reber, Shelby Twp., MI 48317. Call Cathy during (586) 932-7126 for details.

ABMS-N SINGERS SHINE: On Feb. 28, 40 singers from Anchor Bay Middle School-North participated in a District Solo Ensemble Festival during Anchor Bay High, with Choral Director Jan Boswell, high propagandize singers and a Vocal Arts Boosters as hosts. Director Deb Root is unapproachable to announce that this is a largest series of singers from a propagandize to take partial in a center propagandize festival. The festival ratings are as follows: Sixth Grade Large Ensemble members Sara Adams, Jordan Austin, Meleana Brand, Ciara Connolly, Kaleigh Gieraltowski, Kaelyn Humphries, Kanasia Madison, Savannah Masters, Mireille Murillo, Gabriella Palombo, Rachel Simmons and Gianna Wayne were awarded 1 EXCELLENT; Seventh/Eighth Grade Large Ensemble members Autumn Adams, McKenna Broaddus, Jacquelyn Couturier, Miranda DalPra, Alex Edmonson, Lauren Gerald, Sydney Gonzalez, Madison Lipka, Madeline Markwood, Xavier Reed, Nick Todoverto and Gavin Young perceived an 1+ EXCELLENT with SUPERIOR DISTINCTION; Seventh/Eighth Grade Large Ensemble members Gabriela Badalamenti, Mia Bauer, Eva Bernard, Miranda DalPra, Jack Dubay, Alex Edmonson, Andrea Foster, Mackenzie Gritzinger, Brianna Holmes, Dahlia Jimenez, Evan Miller, Ben Paulina, Xavier Reed, Emily Smith, Antonio Spasevski, Brendan Stopczynski, Amanda Thompson, Gabriella Tote, Emma Watson and Gavin Young perceived a 1 EXCELLENT. The District Choral Festival was hold Mar 9 and 10 with 200 singers behaving from ABMS-N. Best wishes to illusory Mrs. Root and her immature people.

ANCHOR BAY HIGH VOCAL festival results: Mrs. Jan Boswell is gratified to share a following news: The Women’s Ensemble A and B perceived an EXCELLENT rating; The Men’s Ensemble were rated EXCELLENT; Singers Haley Sommerstorfer, Jenny Jaeger, Laura Kilgore, Rosanna Chalfant, Victor Rodriquez, Mike Armstrong and Tyler Armstrong perceived an EXCELLENT rating; Vocalists Victoria Berry, Kalyn Hitchcock, Emily Jaro and Marla Fujimoto were rated GOOD. The students will attend in vast choral ensembles in Mar in a District High School Choral Festival.

THE MSBOA DISTRICT XVI Instrumental Festival news: Held on Jan. 17 and Jan. 31 during Rochester High School, unapproachable rope Directors P. David Visnaw II and Scott Oranchak are ripping with honour in announcing a following musicians and their opening results: (Note: Those awarded a First Division rating have competent for a Michigan Band and Orchestra Association State Solo and Ensemble Festival in March.) Erin Bandemer: Second Division (Clarinet Chamber); Miranda Bergeron: First Division (Flute Duet, Flute Chamber); Everhett Biland: First Division (Brass Chamber, Trombone Septet); Jaclyn Bommarito: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Sextet, Woodwind Trio), Second Division (Flute Solo); Elaine Burley: First Division (Clarinet Solo, Woodwind Quintet); Emily Burley: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Solo, Piccolo Solo); Ryan Burns; (First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet); Kaitlynn Cesarek: (First Division (Saxophone Quartet); Viktor Ciroski: First Division (Saxophone Quartet, Baritone Saxophone Solo); Jillian Cornell: First Division (Flute Chamber); Amanda Czostkowski: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Sextet), Second Division (Flute Solo); Alyssa DiStefano: First Division (Bassoon Duet, Woodwind Quintet); Danielle Edwards: First Division (Woodwind Quintet); Alec Felker: First Division (Brass Chamber); Julia Forton: First Division (Flute Quartet); Brendan Foster: First Division (Brass Quintet); Kristen Gennety: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet, French Horn Quartet); Macy Gustavus: First Division (Flute Sextet, Flute solo, Piccolo Solo); Maria Harbin: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet, French Horn Quartet, Woodwind Quintet); Rachael Haslam: First Division (Bassoon Duet, Bassoon Solo), Second Division (Woodwind Trio); Renae Haslam: First Division (Also Saxophone Duet); Ryan Hunter: First Division (Brass Quintet); Kendal Jablonski: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Sextet); John Karns: Second Division (Snare Drum Solo); Lindsay Kazmierczak: First Division (Flute Chamber, Woodwind Duet); Amanda Kinnie: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Duet, Flute Quartet); Filip Konjevod: First Division (Tenor Saxophone Solo), Second Division (Violin Solo); Alyssa Kozlowski: First Division (Woodwind Duet), Second Division (Flute Duet).

INSTRUMENTAL FESTIVAL RESULTS continue: Jacob Kurtz: First Division (Trombone Septet); Sarah Kuss: First Division (Brass Chamber, French Horn Quartet); Emily Kuzminski: First Division (Woodwind Duet); Nicole Lee: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Sextet), Second Division (Flute Duet); Megan Lehman: First Division (Woodwind Trio); Ian Lewis: First Division (Trumpet Duet); Alexandra Lobbestael: First Division (Flute Duet, Flute Chamber); Kaitlyn Lubinski: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Solo); Ian Mahoney: First Division (Alto Saxophone Solo, Saxophone Quartet); Megan Maksim: Second Division (Woodwind Trio); Rachel Mancuso: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet, Trumpet Solo); Erica Manning: First Division (Clarinet Solo), Second Division (Clarinet chamber, Woodwind Trio); Matt Masters: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet); Hannah Medley: Second Division (Clarinet Chamber); Amanda Miiller: First Division (Alto Saxophone Solo, Saxophone Quartet); Peter Miiller: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet, Trombone Septet), Second Division (Trombone Solo); John Miller: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet, Trombone Septet); Brendan Murphy: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet); Jackie Newman: First Division (Flute Chamber); Summer Patterson Second Division (Alto Saxophone Solo); Bianca Pearson: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Duet, Flute Quartet); Lauren Puzio: First Division (Woodwind Duet), Second Division (Clarinet Chamber); Justin Richards: First Divisionn (Brass Quintet); Justin Rozanski: First Division (Brass Quintet); Emily Scharret: First Division (Woodwind Trio); Quinton Shoulders: Second Division (Clarinet Chamber); Deven Shumney: First Division (Alto Saxophone Duet, Alto Saxophone Solo); Corinna Sleiman: First Division (Flute Sextet, Flute Solo, Woodwind Quintet); Pierce Slominis: First Division (Trumpet Duet, Trumpet Solo); Matt Starosta: First Division (Brass Chamber); Domonique Stevens: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet, Trombone Septet); Katie Stocker: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet, French Horn Quartet); Callie St. Onge: Second Division (Clarinet Chamber); Alexa Thompson: Second Division (Clarinet Chamber); Caleb Thompson: First Division (Brass Chamber, Trombone Septet); Joey Treadwell: Second Division (Clarinet Chamber); Kaitlyn Trombly: Second Division (Clarinet Chamber); Jessica Usrey: First Division (Flute Chamber); Christopher Warren: First Division (Brass Chamber, Euphonium Solo), Second Division (Brass Duet); Brandon Webb: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass quintet, Trumpet Solo); Daniel Wood: Second Division (Brass Duet, Trumpet Solo); Walter Woods: First Division (Brass Chamber, Brass Quintet), Second Division (Trumpet Solo); Katharine Workman: First Division (Tenor Saxophone Solo), Second Division (Piano Solo) and Janelle Zdziepko: First Division (Flute Chamber, Flute Quartet.

OTHER GREAT ABHS rope news: Feb. 6: The Jazz Ensemble took partial in a 42nd annual Phi Mu Alpha/Central Michigan University Jazz Weekend with over 60 of a best high propagandize jazz bands and combos in a a state. The ABHS garb was famous with a Second Runner-up Outstanding Band Award in a Class AA division, imprinting a 14th time in a past 18 years that ABHS has perceived a vital endowment during a event; Feb. 24: Ten musicians were comparison to a MSBOA District XVI Honors Band to perform a unison on Mar 31 during Dakota High School. They are: Elaine Burley (clarinet); Corinna Sleiman (flute); Chris Warren (baritone); Amanda Miiller (saxophone); Ian Mahoney (saxophone); Rachael Haslam (bassoon); Erica Manning (clarinet); Katharine Workman (saxophone); Pierce Slominis (trumpet) and Lydia White (trombone). Congratulations from Our Town!

A NOTE OF APPRECIATION: “I would like to extend interjection from a Leadership Academy to a internal community–businesses and individuals–who helped make a annual Penny Auction fundraiser a good success. Local shops, stores, use providers, families, individuals, cadet families, supporters and neighbors, a Booster Club Executive Board and members, and a cadets total to make this a good dusk out. We demeanour brazen to saying we during subsequent year’s auction, greatfully entice a crony or two. P.S. By a time we review this, we will have already perceived 5,000 some-more tickets to sell.” Col. Jeff Carrothers, comparison instructor, Leadership Academy, Anchor Bay High School.

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH is appreciative: The pasties were drifting out of a oven and into a hands of business during a record rate once again. Many interjection to all who purchased and enjoyed dishes “to die for.” Most evenings, pasties had to be a dish of choice in usually about any home in a area. See we in October.

MIRACLE ON CHURCH ROAD Mar 3: Don and Blanche Plegue saved a life of Bill Carrothers that Tuesday morning. Because of a bother of a squirrel during a Plegue home, Don was means to hear a cry of Mr. C and rescue him. At first, Don, vital 3 doors away, suspicion he listened a sheep’s “Baa.” On a second call, he satisfied it was a tellurian and gathering to a sound. Blanche brought blankets and hold his head. Bill fell on a ice outward his chateau and was found in soppy wardrobe with solidified hair, glacial eyelashes and delirious. No one knows how prolonged he was there. A spectacle happened after 911 was called. Bill’s life was saved! Don and Blanche Plegue are heroes. The Carrothers family interjection we over and over again.

To news news about your use organization, call Bette Carrothers during (586) 725-8051 or email her during wgcmusicbjc@webtv.net.

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