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Marshall Advisor and Chronicle (Newspaper) - September 19, 2015, Marshall, Michigan ÍÉ'aVí' ^'‘l    --    --"^-*    víí    ’^f '    ■'£    '*    '    '-'.s-,    .“    •'    •'' -:A 514 S. Kalamazoo Ave. in Marshal, MlPfione 2G9-781-5444 and FAX 269-781-7766 • « In ‘The Jfews: ItonSiwls' rocmsiifl on mhsiovi 9 yowifi^ BtHtid co^wiiwBy fOiURi An open cftatogue about the Alxon cxxnmuni> ty £tf)d its youti took piaoe Sept. IS at WsaNnglon Gardner School m Ntjkyn. Dubbed *1JÜO Amts mú ¡yincla,* tie lornn, hoeled by Atiion CoSege, and aOBfideci by about 200 resKj^ns, leaiyreo locsi leaoers wiocnKi advocates sharwig ideas about local programs, sen^ioes svid opportunites for Atoion's chidren and yoiMig ack^. Uke a snsto, we shed old skin arxt old ways ^ we become something new.* said Aiaion Superinlendent Jerrl-Lynn WMiiiS'Nafpef aooui poMve cnsviges tor wie AI)ion school tMilct * See elory on pege 10 Keep S lieftineon Lumber ceiebretei 140 yeere in buefneee Keep & Martnson Lumber. Inc. of Tekonsha is oelebrsÉfig 140 years of bekig in Omer svxt operator Benjamin Johr^on has chosen Saturday. Sept. 26 to invite o^lomers and friends to come to 921 M W^hinglon St. in Tekonsha to help him oelabrate. from 12-5 p.m.. wth a short ceremony m 2 p.m. See elory on pege 33 Are you ptepeied to be emeigency teedy? beptemoer is Naeonai r^tepereoness momn, a nationwide ellort to enoourege Americans to take the necessary steps towards ernergericy preparedness. *t^eople doni think about, if their etectricfty is off for three 6dm, what are goina to need?* said Durk Dunham. director m the Emergefxy Jáanagement they División for the Calhoun County Sheriff's Office. *What cm be stored? How much money w4l they need? I want people to be asking c^iestions itke that of themselves. I want people to be thinking about that There is no excuse tor somebody that is living in a dwelling to not have an emergency plan.... You d be surprised at the number of people that dent have a plan or have never really thought about it.” See story on page 42 Scarecrow Fun Days comes to Marshall Four Marshall residents plan to resurrect a popular fall event "Scarecrow Fun Days* that will take place from Oct. 13-30 with decorations be (¿splayed in downtown Marshall. "This event is an opportunity for cxjr community to work together to ciraw visitors to our local area to enjoy the beautiful fait festivities in Marshall* said organizer ,k>an Rapp. See story on page 11 Bellevue farm to particH;>ato in 2015 Alpaca Day Because it is the goal of the 4 Musketeers Alpaca Farm to put the alpaca in the pybkc eye. each autumn the business participates in National Alpaca Farm Day. scheduled this year tor S^. 26 tfom 10 am. to 5 p.m. for the public to learn more about these gentle animais See story on page 41 Local aitisls to be featured In Art Prize Kimber Thompson of Marshall will have her artwork displayed dunng the 7^ Annual Art Prize in Grand Rapids, as ¥vill EastEnd Studio & Gallery artist Lane Cooper of Freenrx>nt. Thompson’s work. flealiTV,* is an acrykc-painted canvas that depicts the rela tionship people have with tolevision Cooper’s m^ art 1NELLSPRING* is representative of his journey overcoming a dosed head tnfury from a car accident. See nortee on pegee 43 end 47 After years of cx)nstcleraiion and planning, the curtain is about to go up on the finishing touches al the Joyce & Lucy Franke Center for the Arts. An extensive renovation effort has been underway since early spring and the “refreshed Franke" wilt be on display beginning at the Sept. 26 blues concert and Oct. 4 reded'ication. Inviting the public to visit the downtown Marshall site are those most instrumental in this recent initiative to keep arts alive in Calhoun County, from left, Project Designer Patrice Marquardt; Facility Events Manager Dave Deppe; Executive Director Patty Franke Williams and Chairman of the Board Tom Franke. See story on page 2 j»-

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