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Marshall Chronicle (Newspaper) - March 02, 1990, Marshall, Michigan2-Marshall chronicle Friday March 2, 1990 the Bellevue lioness club is sponsoring a contest to design to logo depicting Bellevue Pride. Pride represents things you would like others to know about the Community. The logo will be used for , coins letterheads or on any material or projects connected with the Bellevue Community Pride program. Past Pride projects have been planting Flowers Ai die Middle sch x a the landscaping contest lining zinnias the painted w kk1 bal icons for a hot air pans displayed of. Bellevue balloon Days and tit Risemas Home decorating Dis i veg within the Bel revue sch x l District is encouraged to submit ideas on an 8 1/2" by 11�?� Sheet of Paier done in a Black and White design. Lint rants should include their name address and phone number and return to the v in Lage clerk at the Village Hall by March 15. All Ages Are invited to participate. Itie designer of the winning logo will be presented with a . Savings Bond. I he judging will be done by the Bellevue c Community Pride committee. The Bellevue Middle sch k l recently announced that the student of the month for i a binary is Shannon Austin. As an Honor student at Bellevue Middle school she is often seen participating in the activities that reflect positive school spirit. An Active member of the Siudy it Council she also is a Young authors contestant. She was a member of the girls basketball team and also is a member of the track team. She also participates on a softball team. Austin often takes the initiative to promote the positive school image is Well organized and is Friendly to her Peers and the sch k l staff school officials said. Her hobbies include Reading writing listening to music and swimming. She is the daughter of Don Austin of Bellevue and Becky Austin of Hamilton Ohio. A a a a a a Tiree students from Bellevue Middle school have been named local winners in the 21st annual America and me essay contest sponsored by farm Bureau insurance according to Bellevue Middle school coordinator mrs. Martha Lieneke. The three students who earned the first second and third place awards for their sch x a Are Justin keel Iii first Josh Van Dyke second and Steven Edwards third. All will receive award certificates for their achievement. As the sch k los first place Winner Keesling a name will also be engraved on a plaque for permanent display in the school. Keesling a first place essay now advances to the state level Competition from which the top 10 essays in Michigan will be selected. The top 10 statewide winners who will be announced in May will receive plaques and . Savings Bonds valued from $.500 to $1,000. In addition the top 10 essayists will be honoured at a banquet in Lansing and at a meeting with Michigan Stop governmental leaders in late May. A team of finalist judges that in Cli tic gov. James Blanchard and it. Gov. Martha Griffiths will determine the top statewide winners. / believe that America is now greater and More Independent than the settlers could Ever preconceived. I think America became this Way by education. I am doing my Best and will continue to do my Best through school and College. / Hope to encourage others to get the Best possible education because f hear some of the people around May say How they hate to come to school. / Tell them that today it is very hard for people to get jobs and that they should stay in school. My goal is to get a Job that deals with students. / have not picked a definite career hut i am partial to becoming a psychologist or a school Counselor / like to talk to people about their problems and try to help them find answers a he other choices Are to become either a math science or English teacher because / like to help my friends with their schoolwork. This also displays that sometimes we need to work together to achieve a goal. I would like to help try to keep students in school. / want All students to get an excellent education for their future. I believe that if 1 can reach my goals i can teach others to set goals and that they should try their Best to reach them. Learning about native americans photo by Kinn Foulkes second graders in Susan dryer s class at mar Lee elementary spent thursday afternoon studying native americans. They painted their faces made headbands Learned sign language trading and games. Community de. Offers fitness sessions balloon la King for us wherever we Are a she said. One of the most popular arrangements is a baby outfit on a Hanger suspended inside the balloon. The gift is a big hit at showers sue explained. Stuffed animals and Floral arrangements Are also popular. Quot people really like to watch when we re stuffing a Bear in the balloon. A of that hurts and of i have a headache a they yell a sue said. But customers can choose to bring in any item to be balloon wrapped. A a we re really Only limited by our imagination. We be done plane tickets Money. A the Reeds have also included Floral Centrepieces and balloon Arches for weddings and parties in their business. Balloons and things is open from 8 . To 5 . Monday through saturday. The Marshall Public schools Community education department is offering some new sessions of its fitness program. Fitness class registration is held at each individual class. A tuesdays thursdays from 6 30-7 30 ., in the Marshall High school gym with coach Tom Reynolds in charge of this Early morning Eimess program. A wednesday 8 to 10 ., Marshall High school gym menus gym exercise with Ben Kelly. A monday March 5 from 6 to 7 . In the Middle school gym. The regular monday wednesday coed aerobics with Lyn Connor the instructor a monday March 5 from 6 30 to 7 30 . In the Marshall High school weight room coed weight lifting with Phylis Rosenau instructor. Meets on monday and wednesday evenings. A thursday March 8 from 6 to 7 . In the Marshall High school band room. Low Impact aerobics with Gail Caird. Class starts with aerobics and then moves to floor exercises to strengthen stomach and legs. Meets on tuesday and thursday evenings. A thursday March 8 from 7 to 8 ., Hughes school gym exercise with Walt Nichols. This class meets on mondays and thursdays. A thursday mornings from 9 to 10 . Civic Center gym senior citizen exercise with Gail Caird. This is a free class for persons 62 and older retired and living in the Marshall school District. The Marshall walking program is still going on in the Marshall High school second floor hallway. Those who attend Are asked to sign in each time. A coat rack is available and the department is not responsible for belongings. This Opportunity is offered monday through thursday from 3 to 9 . There is charge for this fitness program. When the schools Are closed for i climate weather or for vacations there will be walking. Coming soon an upholstery class will Start March 22. Cliss limit is for 10 persons. Instructors Are Dawn and Phyllis Rosenau. Call for further information at 781-1260. The class runs for 10 weeks from 6 30 to 9 . On thursday. A trip is planned to the Ann Arbor Flower and Garden show april 7. Call 781-1260 for More information. Ision just Isoyo the unveiling March 12 Gemenis Are Aiso popular. We re Rea Only United by our through saturday. D Arrow and Bagi marry Nina Marie Darrow daughter of or. And mrs. Michael j. Darrow 120 Winter st., Battle Creek was married sept. 23, 1989, to Patrick Scott Bagi. Son of or. And mrs. Kenneth p. Bagi 14956 a or n., Marshall. Tie double ring ceremony was performed at the United methodist Church in Marshall by the Rev. David Mcbride. The Bride escorted by her father wore a White Satin gown with a fitted bodice and Chapel length train. The brides Ballet length veil fell from a fully gathered Crown accented with seed pearls. She carried a Cascade bouquet of Blue tinted White silk roses and White Stepha Notis and accented with an heirloom Linen handkerchief edged with hand tatted lace made by the grooms maternal great great grandmother and traditionally car ried at family weddings. I Aith l. Kain of Battle Creek was the maid of Honor and her twin sister Hope l. Kain and the brides sister Nicole Darrow both of Battle Creek were bridesmaids. Ben Yost of grand rapids was Best Man. The other groomsmen were Doug do Bay of Kalamazoo and Gregory Bagi brother of the Groom. The Bride is a 1986 graduate of Battle Creek Central High school and attended Kellogg Community College she works at the defense u Ristics Center Battle Creek. I he Groom is a 1985 graduate of Marshall High school. He attended Western Michigan University and is employed in management for k Mart in Kalamazoo. I he couple Kalama x. Resides in Nina and Kenneth Bagi Bogar theatre Marshall phone 7g1-3511 open 7 Days a week now showing steel magnolias rated i cd Sun thurs 9 00 . 2 for 1 admission warehouse space for lease cold Freezer dry 1108 w. Michigan ave. Call for details 7817232 City of Marshall Public notice of significant Industrial Elution violation listed below Are significant Industrial Wastewater discharge violations of the requirements of 40 car part 403 general pretreatment regulations occurring Over the past 12 months. Industry name Marshall Excelsior address 110 s. Hamilton Street of Arshab my 49068 violation exceeded chromium and Copper maximum limits Clie Char Bijali chronicle 115 s. Grand Marshall i 49068 . Postal service publication #330-900 Home delivery $6.50 per month $78.00 per year by mail in Calhoun county. Outside county $7.50 per month $85.00 per year. The Marshall chronicle is published daily except saturdays sundays and postal holidays. Supplemental coverage totalling 5,000 is provided to non subscribers every monday second class postage paid at Marshall my. 49068 address changes should be sent to the marshal chronicle 115 s grand Marshall my 49068 phone 616 781-3943 will be in Marshall. March 9-10-1m6-i7-is Eason a banquets a meetings dining a catering at the Stihi Plaza 11 mile re. At 1-94 Battle Creek 616�9624728 Tiafu jilt of i cuties for 300 both locations providing you with sunday Buffet a a entrees sunday March 4th a beef tips Over noodles roast Ohi Icken stuffed Ood tails served from 11 00 . To 3 00 . Reservations suggested adults 795 children 4 3 to 12 years at inn j in Albion located at exit 121 off 1-94 breakfast lunch amp dinner 517�629�4400 Eliatu Jutt t aclus Jor 225 casual dining a cocktails

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