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Traverse City Record Eagle (Newspaper) - March 30, 2015, Traverse City, MichiganMonday March 30, 2015 $ 1.00 daily 2.00 sunday Call 231 946 2187 to subscribe follow us on twitter and Facebook � � l o t t e r y i n d e x traverse City Mich. Copyright 2014 wow. Record Eagle. Com wow. Record Eagle. Com w h a t s i n s i d e midday dailies 7 3 5, 1 3 4 1 dailies 9 0 8, 5 5 3 9 fantasy 5 07 22 23 29 33 Keno 03 13 16 22 23 27 30 31 32 33 38 40 46 49 54 55 62 63 66 67 72 78 Mega millions Jackpot $ 20 million Power Ball Jackpot $ 50 million nation Indiana gov. Pence says religious Freedom restoration act not about discrimination. Page 6a world nigerians vote despite violence technical glitches. Page 7a High 41 Low 28 Page 10a advice. 8a classifieds. 8b comics. 7b nation. 6a obituaries. 9a opinion. 4 5a Region state. 3a sports. 1b world. 7a weather. 10a monday record Eagle Allison Batdorff Meredith Floyd is a deck Cadet who is organizing this years great lakes maritime Academy captains dinner on april 11. Floyd also Heads up the Academe yes chapter of women on the water one of three student organizations benefiting from the event proceeds. Traverse City Laura Steinberger ate seafood at sea. To the breaking Point. She ate so much seafood during her 99 Day alaskan cruise that she begged a Friend to meet her at the Airport with thai takeout As the deck Cadet raced from one freighter to the next. Meredith Floyd scarfed a quart of blueberries and big salad after two months on the state of Michigan training ship. One can Only eat so much iceberg lettuce explained Floyd a second year deck Cadet. A ships tour and interactive simulations help the great lakes maritime Academe yes captains dinner show off a slice of shipboard life Only with upgraded menu options. The april 11 Benefit at lord Ellis features a gourmet three course pasta dinner prepared by great lakes culinary Institute chefs to raise Money for the Academe yes student organizations. Steinberger and Floyd Are members of women on the water which divides proceeds with the society of naval architects and Marine engineers and the Glam sailing team. This is the second year for the dinner brought Back by a combination of Success curiosity and Community intrigue. A lot of people know the Academy but not exactly what we do Floyd said. Dinner guests can walk through the training ship an Opportunity Only available a few times a year plus try the training simulators that mimic being on the Bridge in All conditions and running ship communications. O it to s be f of d All aboard for the captains dinner by Allison Batdorff Batdorff record Eagle. Com g r e a t l a k e s m a r i t i m e a c a d e m y eggs to Dye for Lansing Public school students above the fifth Grade who threaten the lives of school employees or volunteers could be permanently expelled under a state Senate Bill. Sen. Dave Hildenbrand a Lowell Republican said he introduced the Bill As a response to a phone Call he received from a teacher in his grand rapids District. He said the teacher told him a student had threatened her and every Day when that student was in class she Felt unsafe. The teacher reported the problem to school officials Hildenbrand said but nothing substantial was done. Grand rapids school officials did not respond to requests for comment. I introduced this Bill to begin the conversation of finding out if we need to do something to make sure our teachers feel Safe Hildenbrand said. We go to great lengths to make sure our students Are Safe in school but i think we also need to consider potential problems where teachers could be endangered As Well. Bill would expel students who threaten teachers l e g i s l a t i o n senator says teachers need to feel Safe by Josh Thall special to the record Eagle record Eagle photos Jan Michael stump above from left Kalix Krenselewski 2, Davis Fowler 4, and Leila Krenselewski 4, drip food Dye on eggs to color them during the Spring break egg Strava Ganza at the great lakes childrens museum. The event offered visitors a Chance to learn How Chicks fit into eggs How to Tell the difference Between a raw egg and hard boiled egg without cracking the Shell and a Chance to color their own eggs. At right freshly coloured eggs dry on a rack. C h e r r y c a p i t a l traverse City Cherry capital Airport officials want to buy property near the airports runway in an Effort to comply with new Federal aviation regulations. They want to acquire and demolish roughly seven structures that fall within the airports newly defined runway approach zone a trapezoid shaped area that extends from the end of the airports runway South of South Airport Road Airport director Kevin Klein said first up is a charter communications owned building located at 7012 South Airport Road. That building resides in the new runway Protection zone and its up for Sale and has been up for Sale for about four and a half years Klein said. So we worked out an agreement with charter to Complete that Sale so the Airport can removed that from the zone. Airport looks to Clear runway approach zone officials make Effort to Coply with Faa rules by Michael Walton Walton record Eagle. Com t c a p s traverse City a traverse City area Public schools Board member said his new membership on a local Community Bank Board does not pose any conflict of interest or indicate preferential treatment for one financial institution Over another. Ism not worried. If theress Ever any question i can withdraw myself from deliberations or votes traps Board vice president Erik Falconer said. Board member sees no conflict with Bank Board appointment Falconer one of eight on chemical Bank Board by Sarah elms seems record Eagle. Com Falconer spartans earn 9th trip to final four sports Page 1b see food Page 2a see traps Page 2a see zone Page 2a see Bill Page 2a

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