Marshall Advisor And Chronicle in Marshall, Michigan
26 Sep 2015

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26 Sep 2015

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Marshall Advisor and Chronicle (Newspaper) - September 26, 2015, Marshall, Michigan Sepíeinlirr 2H, 2111^ • Ví>I. 136 Nu. > 514 S. Karfamaioo Ave. in Marshdi, M In IheJÍews: ■MiGM Lll HS l Yi-li and LOCAL NEWS Phone 26»-7t1-5444 and FAX 269-781-77S6 • www.advisor-dironide.coin wjl^ i PbWSr ljnEwwV%P^#lHÍ ll#    \mh0wWf t • 1 am veiy grateful that IVe had the opportumy to serve mfcommuriily work wHh sonw etdraoraiiaiy mdKrk Dan onMPS On Sopt 28. Dart Stutoerg will take part to hto final litoshaR Ihtolto Schools Board of Educafion meeting as trustee. After more th«) 11 years, on the board, StubOrg has decided to step down. 1 am very grateful that IVe had the and indMduifis durtogmy tanurodn the board, but I thtok it's time to lower the average age (4 ow school board members by giving up my seat at the board table,* Stoberg s^. 9eaWofyonpage19 Marshall artlat to be featured at Art Prize Erica Eash of Marshall never dreamed of being a featured »tist at an iniemational art competition, but because of her friends and Iwnily’s b^ 'm her art. . Eash win be featured at the 7^ Annual Art Prize in Grand Rapids displayir^ her work at The B.O.B. *This is my first time ever having my work on (fisplay at al,* said Eash. IVe always ju^ created art for my own errjoyment so being on display s a bit out of my comfort zone. I feel really fortunate to be able to put my work out there kx the first tkne by participating in such a major event * See story on page 29 Athene ieederahip nominees aiNiounced Since 1992, Msñhail has honored excepfional individuáis from the oommitfiity with be Athena Leadership Award. This year, the Marsh^ Area Economic Development AAance continues be local Athena Award tracfition by coordinating the award presentation in partnership wib major sponsors the Marshall Rotary Foundation and Bud's Towing. Seven women have been singled out as nominees. See slory on page 5 t wnl HbmlarMi pick tiick 'most tWMiocf Sunday, Sept. 27 marks the beginning of Banned Book V\toek. In evrtidpation of the annual obsenrance, MarshaH District Ubrary staff members were asked to choose a banned book and share what impact it has had on them. See stories throu(^)out issue MHS football now 3-1; MRS swknmirtg and diving team victorious The Marshall High School var^ foobaU team won big for a second straight week, beating Pennfield 49-7 on Sept. 18. The MarshaH Hi^ School girts swimmfog and diving team was victorious in its first two home meets of the season last week, todudtog a victory over rival Harper Creek. See spoils esclion Last week at the 2015 kick-off event, the Marshall United Way anr*ourtced a $150,000 goal for this year's campaign. Leading the way toward that end are. from left, fund drive Co-Chair Linda Engle, Executive Director Cindy Lake and Co-Chair Claudia Murch The purpose of the Marshall United Way is to afford area residents an opportuniiy io con-trbute to dvic arxl sodai welfare associations bat benefit obers. It's a way of neighbors helpino neig^ibors. See story on page 2

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