Marshall Advisor And Chronicle in Marshall, Michigan
10 Oct 2015

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10 Oct 2015

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Marshall Advisor and Chronicle (Newspaper) - October 10, 2015, Marshall, Michigan '    iif    > i£>.    « I ' A,i^r -iTi^ ,-«< ;f,3i -■ ■-# *? ■JÍF \-l^ 'V '*• i> '- i: * *Í31 •#- .11 --■'i ’ i'<-f,t g 514 S. Kabnuzoo Ave. in MaiMuiB, MlPhone 269-781-5444 and FAX 269-781-7766 • www.advisor-chpowcle. In The J^ews’: ■S.. AOiiM Awsrd iwlplMi Is ths Isis Ksy Mssd ^ Thsra may not have bsen a dry eys in the hbiise Oct. 8 at Schu^s RsfdaurarH when 8 wm announced thsd tfiis y^’s recipient of the Aiiena Leadership Award weft to the tale Kay Mead, foimer owner of Serencfipify HI downtown Marshall, who passed away Nov. 19,2014. Tor most of m who knew my mother, she woi4d be mortified that you nominated her," joked a tear-fU Kristen Greenwood, listen^ to stCMies of how she touched everybody in this room is extremely comforting to know that when such a legend is gone, that she is not giyne. She is stili here. She is hereinitfl of you. She’s here m the commufMty.* Ssssloiyonpsos24 BsMcy 'Rocfio ftmsiiiiisfsd si for sducstiofi Becky Rocho, a well-known l/^ushaM community resident, leader and a woman who devoMd her life to educs^cKi. passed away on Oct. 6 from complications related to a brain aneurysm. "Becky served the Calhoun imermedia^ School Oi^ict fdt more than 41 years, devoting her profession^ career to advance the miereM of lAchii^ public ediool students and teachers.^ wrote CISO BUpsrlnisndent Or. Terstfice Lunger in a slale-msnt issued Oct i. "Bedcy was recogrvzed lor her expertise and knowledge of the revised school code and pypü accounting process. She wM be proloimdly rrussed by this organi- 9se story on pags 47 UmnMh’t Matt Oavto is state Raallor of the Even though Matt Davis was a finalist for stale , Retfkr of the Year, he never expected his name woiAJ be caied at the Mchigan ReaHors Annual Stale Conference Sept. 30 in Detroit. 1 though. INhoa. I wasnt expecting that** said Davis of ^ Roeemary Davis Realtors. "Ifs humbling to be chosen. I thanked my famtfy and co-workers as weMas the State Assoctabon Reahors. They wofk reely haid and tiey treat us tks tamky. That's important to me becmjse that’s how I work and how we work in úm ofhce. We are a tomily-orienled. leamwork-<^ientod office.’ 8sssloryonpsgs14 Mnrshsll Firs issponds to two dosmlosfii Last week, the Marshall Fire Departmsrn fsspondsd to two ftrw in dowmown storefronts - sn elsctncal fire at The ^agecoach Inn on Oct 1 anó axither on Od. 3 at River MinistriBs. the Obise is undetermined. 9es story on page 10 Olds* Night Out WlUdi Fast* to Oct 15 Marshatt-area retailefs wilt host a "Girls' Night OMT shopping event on Thursday. Oct. 15 from 5-8.30 p m 1^ theme is "Wrtch Fest' and the purchase of a mini vritch hat wiH provide special deals and promotions throughout Marshall at more than 30 local stores 8ss slory on page 13 j 4*» m ABtlon's Big Rwt mskss Octobw magical Throughout the month of Odober, the community Of Akxon 16 oelebraling the Big Read In addÉon 10 a number of book ctocu^ons on * A Wizard of Eartieaa* oommynsiy businesses and groups are sponsonriQ events and acivilies reiaied to the Big Reed tiemas ol commynity datogue and youth empowermont 9Mte«yonpaB*32 "V m 41 » ^ % 1* Olivet Community Schools FFA Chapter has created an eight-mile corn maze and haunted tra'i -'t 19650 19 Mile Rd. in Marshall to raise funds for the Foods Resource Bank or FRC. The Foods Resource Bank has 131 programs made up of more than 1,000 farmers and 600 churches in 26 states supporting the cause that helps 29 countries arourxJ the world create food sustainability in rural communities. Pictured at the com maze are, from left, FRB volunteer Eldon Christcphel, Olivet FFA member Anna Williams, Olivet FFA member and Region 1 President for Michigan John Williams, volunteer John Minnard and FRB volunteer Keith BaH. The com maze and haunted trail run through Oct. 31. 8m alory on page 3 li

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