Marshall Advisor And Chronicle in Marshall, Michigan 9 May 2015
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LIFESTYLE and LOCAL NEWS514 S. Kalamazoo Ave.' in Marshall, Ml • Phone 269-781-5444 and FAX 269-781-7766 • wvAv.advisor-chronicle.comIn The Jfeivs:Exchange, Rotary cluba honor MHS Top 10
On May 4, the Marshall Exchange and Rotary dubs honored the Top 10 academic seniors from Marshall High School with an annual luncheon at the Franke Center for the Arts. This Is one of my favorite days of the year," said Greg Tatrow, the lead administrator at MHS. “We get to honor these students for all the hard work theyVe put in and what a great job their parents have done in pushing them and turning them into some great kids." See story on page 13
Ice cream sundae for thousands: Everyone is invited to help break world record today in Nashville News media and social networks are churning with Invitations to break an ice cream sundae world record today, Saturday, May 9, at noon right down the middle of Main Street in Nashville. To accomplish the task, 2,200 feet of eavestrough will be filled with 432 gallons of Moo-ville vanilla Ice cream, topped with 56 gallons of strawberries or 28 gallons of chocolate syrup, 72 cans of whipped topping and 3,600 cherries.
See story on page 5Albion salutes its own with Michigan Week
Michigan Week Is celebrated annually the second week in May. Communities throughout the state explore and celebrate their local history and resources through their participation in this week-long event. This year, Albion is participating in Michigan Week through a series of events and activities that observe and acknowledge the merits and resourcefulness of that community.See story on page 30*Rlde of Silence’ bicycle event is May 20
After learning about local bicyclists who were killed in Michigan in the last year, avid cyclist Diane Housley Peters of Marshall felt compelled to bring awareness to the subject with “Ride of Silence." On May 20 at 7 p.m., Marshall will hold its first ride in conjuncibn with others across the nation to honor those who have been Injured or killed while nding their bikes and to encourage bike safety and awareness of cyclists' rights on the road See story on page 26Marshall Carriage Company status unknown
Since moving his business a block east on April 30, Marshall Carnage Company owner Brian Mason has been in conversation with the city regarding saving onstreet parking spaces for his carriage and horses. “As always, we are more than willing and happy to work with the city to resolve Issues, however, after having to fight for parking now for the third time in five years we are at a slandstill as to the future of this business,” Mason said.See story on page 32
The 33rd Annual Oaklawn Hospitality Classic takes place during Michigan Week on Saturday, May 16 with the 10K race kicking things off at 7:30 a.m., followed by the 5K run and walk and One Mile Fun Run. New this year is a free health fair at the Fountain Circle that will be open to the public throughout the morning of the traditional races and extend into the early afternoon for the convenience of visitors. Pictured far left is Danny Woltn and far right is Eric Cook, who wil¡ provide bike patrol for the races. Second from left Is Andrew Meyers, who is on the Wellness Committee for top corporate .sponsor Eaton. Next to Meyers are Kitty Knoll and Lynn Merservey representing the Marshall Area Farmers* Market, which will open for the first time this season on the 16th. See story on page 2
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