Marshall Advisor And Chronicle in Marshall, Michigan 4 Jul 2015
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Marshall Advisor and Chronicle (Newspaper) - July 4, 2015, Marshall, Michigan514 s. Kalamazoo ave. In Marshall my a phone 269-781-5444 and fax 269-781-7766 a in Theja news i fourth of july wants get under Way Elk a the annual Quot cruise at the Fountain a a a a a into gear july 3 at toe Calhoun court the festivities continue at h Fountain Circie on jute 4 begin nine with the 2015 oem Awn pet Bike amp Wagon Parade. See Alory on Page 1ft Bow Phi Kwh wow b we a Lincoln web port of Cruft at 1h a 11 a in a inti we Maxe is Way around the Brooks memorial Fountain on july 4 As part of this year s cruise at the Fountain event the 1954 Lincoln Capri owned by Pete Bailey is Wel known around marshal. The car has always been a figure for marshal said Bailey. It was always Pafka m tront of Nemm Agsen mat s were dad always parked. Its probably one of tie oldest cars in marshal. Ifs been around Here forever. See Story on Page 24 fire keeper Casino hotels r. Bruce Mckee announces retirement plane Hbruce Mcsee president Ano general Mpa 4paataa4muaye a is u re Ai i Ltd % 0� t of m\0flp0fs of Lino Noichi is implementing a strategic succession plan As he prepares for retirement reported Homer a. Mandoka tribal Council chairman of the Nottawa Seppi Huron band of the potawatomi on june 30. Mckee is a recited with establishing the winning culture of outstanding guest service professional Casino operation and development of Michigan s finest gaming resort during his More than seven years of service. Brian d. Decorah the current senior vice president and assistant general manager was named ceo of fire keepers effective july 1. See Story on Page 9 Gilmore garage works restoring More than Automo Hes the Gilmore garage works program concluded its sixth year of working on Vintage care and motorcycles with an end of year Celebration in Early june honouring the students mentors and volunteers who have made the program a Success. The program is restoring a passion tor learning the history of the automobile while teaching skills that we serve students Wel As adults. A this program is a hands on approach to learning Whie doing a said Michael spezia director of the go More car museum. This incredible program pretty much runs itself. The mentors love it and toe students love it Quot sat Alory on Page 38 sewn into Emory the Story of Robert heft designer of the american Flag to 1969, Robert halt created toe american Flag reflecting toe 50 Stales that is recognized today. Although at the time there were Only 48 states heft who was bom in Saginaw knew Alaska was Wel on to Way to joining the Union and imagined Hawaii would follow. Eventual Sam farm insurance company Asai Alad halt Wito sharing information about Hia flags Dawn Ana me a zloty on Paga 5 blustery and wet weather aside most of the planning and hard work has been completed by those featured on the 2015 Welcome to my Garden tour hosted by the Marshall area Garden club. The 25th tour showcases six of the Community a most Beautiful gardens each unique and interesting in its own Way. Homeowners Mary and Chuck Crosby prepare the plants on their deck in preparation for the july 11 and 12 event. Also next weekend quitters will gather in the City of hospitality to show their colors and creativity As Well. See stories in this Issue
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