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Marshall Advisor and Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 14, 2015, Marshall, Michigan I *% ■%i * *"* :i. 514 S. KjliiiiiToV Av«. in ManluA Mmie 20-^-5444 and FAX 2»-7n-7766 • www.advisor<lMonicle.cofn ¿■^ '/■ >■ >» in ‘Hie On Nov. 10, the At*» Commun^ Schools^ Boifd of Educallon ynantwouily vqM to aiifho*^ 11X0 oijpoiiieiiiom «iofP4^fiwi: fmmo-riBiper ii »—*—__  —    »*    —t—    «-«-»■    -    A-—- DOgnl OnnOXOBOn OraCIIOVOnS Wwl RnVmSi f^DiC Schoolft Tlio action was takon in iMbonio to te MPS Boanfi vote «MO wHto ago aulwizing Supertrtandent Randy Davis to do the same. A * - ?—« -- - -»»— - « —^ — * *- — - -»- *---- |OMn meeang 01 me iwo acnooi Doaros nas oaeo' acheduled tor next Morafcq^, Nov. 16 at7 p.m. in the Rtrwy of the Atoion Oonmunity SGhooi.’VWsto there are many untoKMMto as we begin this pro-’' oeae, the MPS Board and adnmaatan are oom- mMed to making this a iranspareta process as are -- -    ^-------■    •    —k.ÉO^ ^----•    ^---—A f>;^^ fnOVO lOíwaiu, SoKI Nll^ DuarO ITuMOOfll nCnmQ tindsey. 9aeoahaimanpaoe6 8islw*s isQicy sondo tootl Iddo to cownt Oiabeles compicatiors took Vara Lauttenhetser's sister Rose Templeton of Battle Creek from her too soon to toe age of 44. And now, Lautzenheieer of Marshall is encouraging other people to take batter care of themselves texfencouragbig otoers to wear blue Nov. 14 tor World Otabetos Day. This year, as in year's past. Lautzenheieer is looking Kowora Ki sonanQ wvoo locot cnnon w a oaDei-•c camp. Camp IMcha in FarOon, in tior 8tsler*8 momory. 8ooflHÓyonpooo33 HofohidfiUblon nioinilnyo Loiilonoliioof*Llpooy doooo llo doofo flilif SB yooro Lautanslager-Upsay. Inc.. a iocal appiance store. Kad a rich Iti^ory in both llsoshait avid Atson. but aitef S6 y^irs in Marshal and 45 years in Albion, the owners decided 4 was time to dose tie doors at boil locations. iNe were unable to operóte bcth stores witi one service tech wid three employees six days a week.* oomer John Lautor^lager said. *t was decxM. sacfly. to do^ both locations It was impossible to continue operations wth four employees., t am grateful and thank everyone in the MarshaM and Aftxon comniinities fiat support' éd us over the years * 8aesloryonpaoe19 IMM Wdy nüis goal for 20li drtve Two months and twcHhinfe d the way there. That was tie 'Orvioynoamenl made by 'fie Marshel' United '\AteyaltieNov. í2oommyníiywiap^ofii20lS kaid dnve. at a good place.* shared Claucia Mumh «410; along oih Unda &igfe. oochaired tfs year 8 carnpeign. A inancial update was given at tie Nov. 12*Whar5Brewingr breddastheldattie Maishdl United Meiiodtat Church. onpoQill Ttoo Sislw CBv deleiiolae return to JeDon oflsr -*----*— Dwoe aoceciBe As part of this year's Sister Cky exchange wtoi Koka Cky m Japan, two iormar delegetes. Vetma Weston and Faye Berry, relumed to «toare k^al began Hitm decades earlier. Weston, who visked in 1963 to ntroduce toe idea to Koka-Cho. and Berry, who visitod in 1967 as a Marshak Cky Council del-egato, said toe expehenoe ol returning after 30 years was a rrremoratiie orre. *« was a great honor to go in “Sa and a txgger honor to go back and see how much change there was ' Weston said To tomk what we started m '83 e ski conenuing today is a«resome. There is ekk much iniareet in toe program and a tal of people have bean Involvad * BuklpiycsipigaX . ///r’ /rAV *?»■ ' 0 ■P% 4. ‘ A it- () L    r /)('()/)/(' ‘    ^ ^    * ^ f -f 1    -A A.' - > '* Oftentimes, transitions can be fraught will challenges, in the case of the Marshall Community Foundation, however, the transition from soon-to-be retired Executive Director Sherry Anderson to new Executive Director Shannon Tiernan has been anything but difficult as the two have worked together on the transition over the past six weeks. “The foundation runs so well ar>d is so well respected in the community because of what Sherry and others have done,” said Tieman. See ebry on pege 2 I %

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