Marshall Advisor And Chronicle in Marshall, Michigan 1 Aug 2015
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Marshall Advisor and Chronicle (Newspaper) - August 1, 2015, Marshall, MichiganP a i a a of. A fi0y. Is a Goa a 514 s. Kalamazoo ave. In Marshall my a phone 269-781 -5444 and fax 269-781 -7766 wow advisor chronicle comin a the jews four Marshall tour inn lauded by . Offt Ejury 27 Board of education meeting Marshall Public schools superintendent Randy Davis Fri Konrad the Board that . Secretary of education Arne Duncan had referenced Marshall Middle school in two blog postings in recent weeks. Duncan recognized four mrs teachers Lesley Hagelgans Renee bar Kristin Biggs and Amanda mock for creating an intervention focused data protect to dose learning gaps. Wrote Duncan their work has brought their whole Community together around the shared Mission of removing Barbers to student learning Quot see Story on pegs 14 Kcf Grant Funda to Rafman Market the Marshall Community foundation has granted $10,000 to the marshal area Farmers Market to support marketing and site improvements at the organization s new location in the Marshall City parking lot at 125 w. Green St. Customer attendance has grown weekly since its opening on May 16 which set a record for its highest attendance for a first Day. A recent customer count was 1,549 and the income from the purchases goes directly to support local Farmers and producers see Story on Page 5 the Jacob Kershaw Bend to headline blues at the Bohm aug. 3 on aug. 3, the Jacob Kershaw band wifi be headlining blues at the Bohm in Albion from 7-10 p it look Forward to playing Quot said Lead guitarist and Singer Jacob Kershaw a it s a Good atmosphere and everyone there is pretty Nice Quot Kershaw is a 14-year-old boy from a amp Ion and will be a freshman at Marshall High school in the fall in his Hometown Kershaw said he has been getting a Little fanfare for his music. A everyone is realty Nice to me i be had people Tell me to go on a Talent show Quot says Kershaw Quot walking Down the Street in be even heard people yell. A hey. It s Jacob Kershaw that s funny when that see Story on Page 16 Maeda adopts new bylaws elects 2015-16 officers the Marshall area economic development Alliance met on july 21 and adopted bylaws that Call for 17 Board seats covering Vanous areas of influence from Small business owners to Tounsi leaders Board officers for july 1, 2015 through june 30, 2016 Are As follows sue Damron chairperson Mike Beck vice chairperson Kelli Scott treasurer and Ryan Traver Secretary see Story on Page 10 Albion 4-h creative and expressive arts club the 4-h creative and expressive arts club an innovative Urban 4-h program in Albion is continuing this summer in existence since 1996, this program encourages expression through song dance and drama forty five students in grades four through one Are participating this summer from 1 5 p m monday through thursday in the Bohm theatre the Challenge of this program each year is to create and produce a fully staged youth led live performance Complete with drama singing and dancing Sao Atory on Page my a a a >-5 a v a a m x i it we Quot. �?�4� ii a a v0 Quot a -4s if a it a Quot # Quot it a ,. I f a . 1 a we film a a urn a a a1 me off a i m a a a or Quot Jam a y 4, the 30th redhawk open will take place aug. 15 at the Marshall country club. The Golf scramble is the largest fundraiser for Marshall High school athletics and helps provide student athletes with uniforms warmups and equipment. Pictured in front Are multiple varsity sport athletes students Drew Devine and Kaylie Bates. In Back Are new varsity volleyball coach Bre Johnson and Oaklawn Hospital s Mike Beck and Eric Dale of Eric Dale heating amp air conditioning the title sponsors for this years event. See Story on Page 2
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