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Escanaba Daily Press (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, Escanaba, MichiganDistrict court License violations Andrew Steven Branstrom 30, of 8908 m.5 Road glad Stone pleaded guilty to driving on a suspended License 40 hours Community service $325 fines and costs. Cynthia Ruth Meshigaud 39, of n15284 Hanna Hville b-1 Road Wilson pleaded guilty to driving on a suspended License $625 fines and costs. Tiffany Marie reel 29, of 2714 7th ave. S., Escanaba pleaded guilty to allowing a suspended person to operate a motor vehicle $325 fines and costs. Escanaba the Fol lowing person was recently bound Over from Delta county District court to circuit court. Ryan Lee Lucier 20, of 213 n. 16th st., Escanaba was bound Over to circuit court on the following charges one count of controlled substance delivery manufacture methamphetamine ecstasy a 20-year felony with a Maxi mum $25,000 Fine and one count of operating License suspended revoked or denied a 93-Day Misdemeanour with a maximum $500 Fine. The charges Stem from an april 24, 2015, incident in Ford River township. A 10% Bond of $75,000 was set. By Jordan Beck Escanaba a total of 11 Bay College employees retiring in May and june were formally recognized with resolutions of appreciation by the Bay College Board of trustees during its regular meeting wednesday. President Laura Coleman said she had mixed feelings about seeing these employees retire. Its sad to see so Many amazing people retiring but we know they re going to enjoy their years after Bay College Coleman said. Some of the employees retiring Are doing so to take advantage of the colleges newly implemented Early retirement plan Coleman said. Employees have been Able to apply for this plan which offers financial incentives to employees who choose to retire Early since february. Retiring employees include audio visual technician John Anderson maintenance technician Todd Dubord Dean of Allied health Patricia Henning automotive instructor Mark Loman manager of Erp system Julianne Mayville welding instructor Peter Noblet communications instructor Barbara Rochon custodian Dale Sexton con Ference and Media coordinator Debbie Stiglitz music instructor Colleen Sudderth and English communication and music instructor Ann Wood. A Resolution of appreciation was also passed to Honor Board of trustees Secretary Margaret Noreus after the recent announce ment that she will be resign ing from the Board effective june 30. In other business the Board received a plaque from the Northern lights Myca commemorating the 30th anniversary of their partner ship with the College. Cole Man said she Felt this partner ship has benefited both the College and the Community. Weave been so privileged to be a partner with the Myca Coleman said. Approved Gundlach Champion bid for the multiple building renovation project. Thatus going to be starting very quickly Coleman said. Discussed the Success of Kathryn Capodilupo and Jerri Dementer at the 2015 Busi Ness professionals of America National leadership Confer ence which took place May 6-10. Capodilupo took first place in the prepared speech category and Dementer placed in the top 10. Today a.a., open Delta drop in Center 10 ., 1500 n. 19th st., Escanaba. Dual recovery Anonymous our place drop in 5 30 ., 900 1st ave. S., scan Aba. A.a., closed 7 30 ., Central United methodist Church 322 s. Lincoln Road use rear Entrance. A.a., closed 7 30 ., st. Thomas school Escanaba. A.a., Pinecrest medical facility 7 Cd Powers. Dual recovery 7 30 ., Delta Alano club Gladstone 428-1184. Remnants Barbershop Cho rus 7 ., carpenters Hall 1st ave. And 13th st. Narcotics Anonymous Delta drop in Center 8 ., 1500 n. 19th st., Escanaba. Tuesday Al anon 7 30 ., Delta Alano club Gladstone. Call 428-1184. Al anon 5 ., Manis Tique court House. A.a., closed 2 ., Han Nashville Community Center a.a., closed step meeting 7 30 ., first Baptist Church rear Entrance Manis Tique. A.a., closed 10 Delta drop in Center Escanaba. A.a., closed 7 30 ., Delta drop in big Book study Escanaba. Alzheimer res support group 1 30 ., 125 n. Lake st., Manistique 228-3910. Narcotics Anonymous Delta drop in Center 10 ., 1500 n. 19th st., Escanaba. Tops 726, Christ the King lutheran Church 1230 n. 18th st., Escanaba weigh in 4 30 ., meeting at 5 45 ., 399 4912. Tops 1515, bark River Salem lutheran Church weigh in 5 15-6 15 And meeting at at 6 30. Contact 466-2610 or 466 5581. First visit is free. Community 5athe daily press Escanaba monday May 25, 2015 Call for an appointment at Drys Park 906-225-0181 now accepting patients Nicole Roth Pac foot & ankle physician assistant or. 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Box 828, Escanaba Michigan 49829 need help use this directory to Contact the Correct department for questions. Dan Mcdonald publisher ext 101, Derek Griffin circulation 116, Ann Troutman advertising & classified 110, Brian Rowell 151, Connie Ettenhofer accounting 102, 600 Ludington st. To Box 828, Escanaba 49829 office hours monday Friday 8 00am to 5 00pm circulation phone hours monday Friday 8 00am to 5 30pm 906 786-2021 6/2014 obituaries Irene t. Weber Gladstone Irene t. Weber 87, of Gladstone passed Friday evening May 22, 2015, at Bishop Noa Home in Escanaba. Irene was born june 16, 1927, in Detroit the Daugh ter of Charles and Flora Rubens Waeghe. She was raised in Gladstone and was a 1945 graduate of Gladstone High school. On july 10, 1947, Irene was United in marriage to Donald Weber at All saints Church and together the couple made their Home and raised their family in Gladstone. Irene was a member of the All saints Church in Gladstone and the Gladstone Golf course. She loved her family and enjoyed cheering for the Green Bay packers. She will be deeply missed. In addition to her Loving husband of 67 years Donald Irene is survived by Daugh ter Ann Weber of West Allis wis. Brother William Joyce Waeghe of glad Stone brother in Law Jim Marlene Weber of Escanaba Sisters in Law Betty Waeghe of Gladstone and Angel Waeghe of Kipling. Also surviving Are Many Lov ing nieces nephews and cousins. Irene was preceded in death by her parents Charles and Flora Brothers Louis Edmun and Robert Waeghe. Ireneus family will receive friends on wednesday from 4 to 5 30 At the Skradski funeral Home in Gladstone. Mass of Christian burial will follow visitation at 6 On wednesday at All saints Church in Gladstone with Rev. For. Jamie Ziminski officiating. Irene will be Laid to rest in the Fernwood Ceme Tery in Gladstone. Memorial contributions in ireneus name May be directed to the All saints stained Glass window fund. Envelopes will be available at the Skradski family funeral Homes of Delta county. Messages of condolence May be offered online at . Community foundation awards Grants Courtesy photo representatives from eight different eligible organizations which recently received Grants from the Community foundation for Delta county gathered. Representing the Board of the Community foundation for Delta county is trustee Ken Gartland Back Row fourth from left. In the front Row seated from left Are Kate Kellner representing the upper Edge Caron Salo of the Northern lights Myca Kathryn Capodilupo of the business professionals of America Bay College Lossu chapter and Cathy Pearson Community action Agency. Standing Back Row from left Are Paula Jacobs Delta county care free dental clinic Cindy Bedard st. Vincent de Paul Escanaba major Ralph Hanson salvation Gartland Jerri Dementer business professionals of America Bay College Lossu chapter and Marie Young Escanaba High school robotics team. The Community foundation Board of trustees Are pleased to be Able to offer economic support to these eight wonderful eligible entities who collectively Are doing so much Good in our Beautiful area to help so Many others Gartland said. Solar Energy forum planned for saturday Escanaba an eliminating your electric Bill solar Energy forum will be held saturday May 30, at 9 30 At Bay colleges a tec facility. The forum is an Opportunity to learn from experts ask questions about installations and tour area solar Homes organizers said. The unitarian universalist Fellowship of Bay de Noc is sponsoring the Community forum. It started with All this talk about the Presque Isle Power Plant said Toby Rhue one of the events organizers. It seemed like a Good time to think about alternatives and find out what is practical Here in the upper Peninsula. The Presque Isle Power Plant in Marquette is the largest electricity provider in the Region. Its projected pos sible closing has thrown a spotlight on the High Energy costs area customers already pay. The closing of the Presque Isle Plant and the Escanaba Power Plant Point to what one online blogger called an Opportunity for . Residents and stakeholders to begin a transformation of their electricity system. Rhue and other members of the us groups Environ mental committee agreed that an event drawing Atten tion to the areas solar Progress and encouraging area residents to take advantage of current tax credits would be a Good thing. Guest speakers include Steve Waller alternative Energy advocate from mar Quette Carl Wick mechanical Engineer from Cornell and Barb Bennett owner of Sterling Light systems in rapid River and local alter native proponent. Wick says he has been playing with this for 30 some years off and on. His current focus is on solar heating and his own Home is fitted with a system that allowed him to recover his initial investment in just three years. Hers interested in lighting and its effect on mood and performance and reads about 15 alternative Energy journals a month. Wick has made a living consulting for firms All Over the world. Id like to initiate some thought in this process he said. Get people to look at it a Little bit before jumping in. Bennett is an Independent distributor of american made led products with a focus on commercial projects across the . She feels solar Energy and led Are now mature industries and Are a perfect match to reduce dependency on the electric Grid. Make that use of solar go farther by using Energy efficient lighting a major component of a residential elec tric Bill Bennett said. Bennett is also Well versed in the Energy incentives offered thru efficiency United and Michigan Energy options. She is a graduate of Western Michigan University with a degree in chemistry and mathematics. Waller is contributor to health & happiness . Magazines Green living online Magazine. He has been involved with Energy issues since he installed his first solar hot water system in the 1980s. Since 2000, Waller and his wife have raised their family of four in a wind and solar powered Home just North of mar Quette. He also has worked As a worldwide technical train ing specialist for electronics and Industrial technology. He and a partner own lean clean Energy. A . Wind solar business. A Light lunch will precede a driving tour to four area solar installations with the Opportunity to ask questions of the homeowners. A suggested $5 donation covers part of the costs of materials and lunch. To Reg ister for the eliminating your electric Bill solar Energy forum or for More information Contact Toby Rhue at or 906 202-0199, or Gerry Nelson at Gernel . Daily planner if you go what eliminating your electric Bill solar Energy forum when 9 30 ., saturday May 30 where Bay colleges a tec facility Cost a suggested $5 donation covers part of the costs of materials and lunch look for the forum is an Opportunity to learn from experts ask questions about installations and tour area solar Homes organizers said. The unitarian universalist Fellowship of Bay de Noc is sponsoring the Community forum. Bay Board honors retiring employees Bay College courts Case sent to Delta county circuit court defendants sentenced in District court find event photos online

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