Marshall Advisor And Chronicle in Marshall, Michigan 29 Aug 2015
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Marshall Advisor and Chronicle (Newspaper) - August 29, 2015, Marshall, Michigan
514 S. Kalamazoo Ave. in Marshal, Ml
Phone 2G9-781-5444 and FAX 269-781-77S6
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2019 Legenda of 441 The *Leoend of 44T recogr^es Calhoun County 441 leaders who have made a
significi^. long term contritxrtion of uns^fish dedicakon and servioe to Catioun County 4H. This yea^'s recipients are Beth of MarshaR who has been a 441 leader for 25 years, and MicheRe Barnes Ceresco. who has been a 4-H leader for t7 years. The awards were presented foiowinQ the Show of Champions on Aug. 22.
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New reetrooms at Ketohum Perá now open
New reelroom taci^ have been completed next to the Kids’ Kingdom plays^round at Kelchum Park. InitiiR grants of $25.000 ^ch were received from Tlw Crorsn Foundation. Enbridge Energy and the Marshall Comrminity Foundation. When more funds were needed, the Marsha Community fmmóafyon grai^ an additonai $15.000.
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The Walt to End AMeimer ’s takee place Aug. 29
Calhoun County wi host its W&Mt to End Alzheimer's on Aug. 29 at Stuart’s L^idk^ Regi8lra9on begins an 8 a.m. with the opening ceremony foHowmg at 8:45 a.m. ted by Keith Kehi)eok. direclor, Marshii Area Chamber Commerce. The oerwnony mc^jdes inform^iDn about Alidteifner’s dmease and vrhat the Alzheimer's Association offers m terms research and assistsmce to caregivers.
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Tskonsha churches worship in Durham Park
On Aug 23, three Tekonsha churches, the First Baptist Church, Church of God. and Union Church - United Church of Chnst, came together in Durham Park m the center of town for a combined service. Church was followed by a chicken dinner prepared by a group from the Marshall United Methodist Church arxl musical performances by the St Joe River Boys and Sherwood Free Methodist Church's Shining Son band The Rev Bnan Perry from First BaiX^t Church delivered the sermon dunng the church segment of the occasion.
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In preparation for the first day of school Sept. 8, Marshall High School held its registration for students Aug. 24. There, new Principal Scott Hutchins had the opportunity to meet with many students and answer any questions they had about dass schedules. Here, Hutchins goes over some paperworf^ with senky Isabel Saville. Hutchins, who had been an administrator In Jackson for 13 years, says that his transition has been going well thanks to the support of MHS staff, students ^ oommurrity members. See «lory on pege 30
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