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Marshall Advisor and Chronicle (Newspaper) - October 17, 2015, Marshall, Michiganw. ' tx'‘ '■ai: 'i ‘ r*íí^ .-S'I- ..... ;-’«-’x?X * * %    : <'""'''' '■ Ocloher I Ji)l > » Veil. i.*i> No ViIJl-l'srVLi: iind LOCAL m:\vs . ^ ^ ^ ^ S14 S. Kahmaioo Ave. in Marslial, Ml In The chMk»méíMBHi&un -'' •'■ ■OBPDI lIlHnMI At to Oct 12 «wfc agfell. BW MwHrti rllJiC oCOO*' UOaRI Owistine McComb as Kaftew inistoe, flne the vacaraqr craaM whan tangOme trusts» Owi Siulrerg stepped down last month. MoOoinb, who works as a sacralary to the Calwun uowiiy aofninisiiaior ariQ ospuiy ooik lor mo Board of Commisstoners. wi finish out the final year o( StuSserg's 8ix-y«ar term with toe seat -being up tor elsction in NDv. 2016. 8seetoiyonpae»7 On^pil ngrtcuHww Ultfsey Diy iMiciiM Idcte mmMm fTAy HRHWiy On Oct. 9, the Oltvet FFA taug^ more than 750 elementary students from CaNxin County about where ttieir tood comes from durfng the annual Agriculturstf Literacy 0^ held at the CattKHm County Fargrounds in Marshsi. The following schorl attended the event: Bellevue, McCall, St. Joseph,*Oivet. Pennfleld-Dunlap. Widtles Park.'Bea^ Lake» Mar Lee. Riverside' Lakeview and Albion. Each school lyoi^ spent about five minutos at eadi staion tearrúng about the diftorent ^niniete and 11180111061/8 purposes imd uses on the farm. Seealoryoiipeoe40 M€OB9mOm pvCWMig PNJOQS III «■TOIIH Some people find k hard or impoestiie to bend down and plant in the earti biá tiey M want to grow things. The solution is to bring the gardens up 10 their level. Several aooessble ptonlsfs have reoendy been oeatod and m^alled at Marshal homes for the ^derty - plantors that can be reached from wheelchfflrs or walkers. See Mory on pege 34 Next black wMmit hullkig is Oct 24 Marshal and its surrounding are^ me home to mote than 600 t^ack walnut trees. And. according to conservation expert Brian Huggett. and the late EueM Gibbons, ‘some parts are ec^.* In order to get lo the nut meat, the Potawatomi Resource Conservation and Development Council will host an event eH the Cattx)un County Fairgrounds on Saturday. Oct. 24 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. where it wM run wakiuts through one of its huHers to remove the stk^ green ‘she!.* See story on paga 42 iiAC^t cnMiars fkNMilofia ki MarMiáN awa^^^wi^^i^ jUpsBiaa as wasÉFa    •• • Stuff the Bus is Saturttoy, Oct. 24. from 9 •a.m. lo 3 p.m. at the Marshal Farroly Fare. The Marshal Lions Ckib and First Baptist Church are the co-partners for the event designed to he^ fill the MACS pantry just in time for the holidays. Sae story on paga 36 MarahaN footbaN clkichea piat^ spot The Marshal School varsity footbal team earned a playoff berth for the first time since 2012 toMowmg a 49-0 win over Northwest on Oct. 9. The victory was Marshal’s fifth straight and sixth of the season. Sea aporta aedlon on pegaa 37«39 Nnrak ©6WOn^B8 wflifl FaOftiOOOflllaiQ f^woOWi naming of 2015 Kkig ml Quaan Marshal Hi(^ School celebrated its Homecoming festivities Oct 9. with the first Homecoming Parade m many years and named Alec Kraushaar and Cheyenne Payne ttvs ye^ 's Homecoming Kmg and Queen during haMma at tie varaty.tootoal game, aaa ptaiaa on PS0M SO    ii Phone 26S-7Í1-5444 and FAX 269-781-7766 .advisor-dironide.coni -if ■ ■4^. ..• <■ f-1j. ■my-r .Aet» T ■-k As part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, on Oct. 22 and Oct. 24, hundreds of men will be seen walking at Albion College arxl the Lakeview Square Mall in Battle Creek in high heels. To some, that may be a strange sight, but participants have said the pain is worth the gain. These men are raising funds for SAFE Place, a domestic violence shelter in Battle Creek, when they Walk A Mile In Her Shoes. SAFE Place Board members and local law enforcement personnel plan to take a stand against domestic violence during the event. From left. Battle Creek Fire Battalion Chief Mike Fleisher; Battle Creek firefighter Jim Mervyn; Emmett Twrp. Public Safety Director and SAFE Place Board member Mike pison; Marsh^ Police Depsulment Assistant Chief and SAFE Place Board Chair Scott McOoruM: and Ba«le Creek Fire Def>artinent Captain Oeiek Malone. Sat story on paga 2 \

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