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2008-05-17 Sat
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Saturday, May 17, 2008 • Gayiord, MI
News at the speed of life
Jail time
On newsstands
next week
Pike released from marsh
Wiseley sentenced
for embezzlement
Linda Wiseley
By Michael Jones
Staff Writer
G A Y L O R D — Linda Wiseley,
f o r m e r executive director of a local b u i l d e r s and c o n t r a c t o r s association, will serve a m i n i m u m
four-and-a-half months of a ninem o n t h sentence for the embezzlement of m o r e than $ 100,000 from
the dissolved association.
County incumbents
facing challengers
At Friday's sentencing, Circuit
J u d g e Janet Allen sentenced the
56-year-old Indian River w o m a n
to the m a x i m u m nine months,
adding that after serving a minim u m of four-and-a-half months in
the Otsego County Jail, the j u d g e
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By Michael Jones
Staff Writer
G A Y L O R D — It will be several months before renovations
are completed but the Gayiord
Area Council for the Arts
( G A C A ) will once again have a
visible presence when it opens a
permanent c o m m u n i t y arts center on Main Street.
Executive director Lorene
Parshall said the G A C A board
of directors recently purchased
the storefront building next to
the City Barber S h o p at-125 E.
Main St.
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Volunteer wants it out of woods
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NORTHLAND SPORTSMEN'S CLUB volunteers and Dept. of Natural Resources fisheries staff remove the boards damming Hoxie Marsh Friday,
allow/ing countless northern pike fry to pour into Otsego Lake.
'Frys'on way to Otsego Lake
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AGLEY TOWNSHIP^ here's a b u m p e r c r o p of
baby northern pike pouring into Otsego Lake this
weekend.
Northland Sportsmen's Club
volunteers and Department of Natu
ral Resources (DNR) fisheries staff
w e r e at Hoxie Marsh at t h e n o r t h
e n d of Otsego Lake Friday m o r n i n g t o pull the b o a r d s d a m m i n g
t h e marsh. Once the b o a r d s w e r e
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removed water flowed out, taking
countless pike fry a l o n g with it.
T h i s is t h e m o s t w e ' v e ever
seen." said D N R f i sh e r i e s worker
Harold Miller, w h o was m a k i n g an
effort to count the 1 1/2-inch fish
as they passed through the narrow
channel leading to the lake.
The tiny f i s h arc the offspring
of several hundred adult pike which
were transferred into the marsh in
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_ The annual ice cream benefit for Gayiord Little
* League is coining up Wednesday (A3).
^ Police Memorial Thursday honors fallen officers
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^ Track regionals are today, while the Starker~ Mann duathlon will take place at 10 a.m.
Sunday (B1).
_ Author Robert Dale P^ker hosts program at
* Otsego County Library provkSng a fascinating
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A-2 • Saturday, May 17, 2006
May 21 event
Library offering help for those beginning to trace family tree
G A Y L O R D — One of things on many
people's to-do list is d o c u m e n t i n g their f a m ily's history.
A c c o r d i n g to a poll c o n d u c t e d by t h e
M a r i t z M a r k e t i n g R e s e a r c h I n c . , the percentage of people interested in family history
has increased f r o m 45 percent in 1996 to 60
percent in 2000.
Beginning to trace a family tree can seem
like a daunting task, but with the help with
the Gaylord Fact Finders G e n e a l o g i c a l Soci-
ety and the O t s e g o County Library, participants will h a v e all the i n f o r m a t i o n n e e d e d
to get started.
A free beginning genealogy workshop
will b e h e l d o n Wednesday, May 21 at the
Otsego C o u n t y Library at 7 p.m.
At this event, three speakers will present
the n e c e s s a r y i n f o r m a t i o n needed to begin
searching f o r a family's history.
Sue Giessel, president of the Gaylord Fact
Finder Genealogical Society, has been work-
ing on her own family history for m o r e than
20 years. She will share with participants her
e x p e r t i s e as well as different genealogical
f o r m s that will help the beginner d o c u m e n t
his/her family's information.
Dianne N e w m a n will discuss the importance of v e r i f y i n g the information found, as
well as the importance of documenting where
that information has c o m e from.
Finally, Jackie Skinner, Public Services
L i b r a r i a n , will give a t o u r o f t h e O t s e g o
C o u n t y Libl-ary and share with e v e r y o n e
the r e s o u r c e s available at the library that
will aid t h e m in their research. Many other
Gaylord Fact Finder members will be present
to answer questions.
No registration is required for this event,
and refreshments will be provided. Everyone
is welcome.
For more information, contact Jackie
Skinner at 732-5841.
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Michigan S t a t e Police
Police
Hen heist from
game farm reported
• Troopers received a complaint May 12 from James Avery,
Elmira. who reported the larceny
of around 200 hen pheasants
from the Wild Wing Game Farm
on Alba Road in Star Township,
Antrim County.
According to reports, the
victim allegedly stated the larceny
occurred between Apni 1 to April
15. Reports indicate Avery had felt
something was amiss for some
time and when he conducted a
count of the hens in their pen,
found he was short 200 birds.
Avery indicated the pen was
secure and did not believe the
pheasants could have escaped or
been taken by predators.
The victim reportedly indicated the loss of the 200 game
birds at $6,000.
Ice cream sale to benefit Little League
Blotter
Johannesburg, was northbound
on South Otsego Avenue at the
northbound 1-75 exit ramp. May 7,
around 10:45 a.m. when the tractor trailer of the 1998 Kenworth
truck he was driving was reportedly struck by the front end of a
2003 Pontiac driven by Claude
Marcus, 81, McBain.
By Jll S c h u i t
Staff Writer
G A Y L O R D — For the
past 10 y e a r s , the A l p i n e
Chocolat Haus has been
s c o o p i n g u p c o n e s to b e n e f i t
G a y l o r d Little L e a g u e .
Owner Bruce Brown
played Little L e a g u e and has
a passion for the game.
According to reports. Marcus
had exited the 1-75 ramp and
failed to yield to Basinski's
vehicle.
Moderate damage was reported to Marcus' vehicle and minor
damage to Basinski's vehicle.
Neither driver was injured and
there were no citations issued.
Damage to
vehicle, store door
O t s e g o County
Sheriff's Dept
• Emilyann Henry, 16, Frederic, was driving a 2004 Dodge
Motorcyciist
Stratus in the parking lot of the
injured in crash
Waters IGA on Old 27 South in
• Mattiew Matewicz, 39,
Otsego Lake Township, WednesVanderbilt, was southbound on
day. around 8:45 p.m. when
Krvs Road, three-tenths of a mile
reports indicate she accidentally
hit the gas as she was pulling into north of South Dakota Trail in
Bagiey Township, May 8, around
a parking space.
7:55 p.m. when he reportedly
According to reports, Henry's
vehicle crashed through the entry lost control of the 2006 Kawasaki
motorcycle he was driving.
door of the store, causing damMatewicz reportedly ran off
age to both the vehicle and the
the
roadway, struck some landbuilding.
scaping
timbers and was thrown
Neither Henry nor her passenger, Mark Henry. 41, Goodrich, from his motorcycle.
Extensive damage was
were reportedly injured.
reported to Matewicz's vehicle
Henry received a citation for
and he sought his own treatment
expired license plates.
for injuries.
Car-deer crash
" I t h i n k it's a g r e a t s p o r t
for the kids " said Brown.
A n d for the first year.
B r o w n is a L i t t l e L e a g u e
board member.
HHRALDTI'
T h i s y e a r ' s ice c r e a m b e n e f i t is W e d n e s d a y , M a y 2 1 ,
11 a . m . - 9 p . m .
Ice c r e a m c o n e s and root
beer floats are available for a
50-cent donation.
"This year we're trying
to raise m o n e y to put lights
on t w o fields," B r o w n said.
"One boys' field and one
girls.'"
Last year's benefit raised
$4,005.65, as volunteers and
"celebrity" scoopers served
up 4 , 5 2 4 cones and root beer
floats. Pepsi donates the root
beer and float cups, according to Brown.
"One hundred percent
o f the p r o c e e d s g o to Little
League," said Brown. "We
keep none."
A g a i n this year the Ots e g o C o u n t y Fire D e p t . w i l l
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HERALD TIMES SPORTS EDITOR Jeremy Speer will be scooping ice cream at the Alpine Chocolat
Haus again this year during the annual benefit for Gaylord Little League. The event will be held
Wednesday, May 21 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
h a v e a f i r e t r u c k at t h e e v e n t .
A n d s e a t i n g is a v a i l a b l e i n
the back.
B R O W N U R G E S those
w h o h a v e n ' t b e e n to t h e b a l l
field c o m p l e x to head d o w n
a n d c h e c k it out.
" W e ' v e got seven ball
f i e l d s — all f e n c e d in
— all h a v e i r r i g a t i o n " s a i d
Moderate damage
in rear-end crash
• Kevin Gardner, 39, Vanderbilt, was southbound on Old 27,
one-quarter mile south of Badgley
Road in Conwith Township, Tuesday, around 9:30 p.m. when he
reportedly struck a deer with the
front end of the 2003 Chevrolet
Tahoe he was driving.
Gardner was not injured and
minor damage was reported to
his vehicle.
• Rachael Drummond,
20, Gaylord, was stopped on
northbound Krys Road at M-32 in
Bagiey Township, Tuesday, around
12:55 p.m. when the rear end of
the 1990 Chrysler she was driving
was reportedly struck by a 2003
Toyota driven by Thomas Wellman, 37, Frederic.
GAYLORD — It will be a throwback to a different eta, when life vras
slower and the mail depended on
messengers on horseback «fho galloped the desolate roads of a young
nation.
Though times are quite different,
couriers on horseback virtll retum to
Otsego County this summer as the
Michigan Mounted Shertff's Assomnriiirts ltsj)iny Express
— Compiled by Michael
f i i i u i r t W i • « t h e 0 ^ » g o Caunty
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Driver hits
tractor trailer
• Jeffery Basinski, 32,
Michigan Business Tax hearing
set Monday at University Center
GAYLORD
T h e s t a t e T h e s u b c o m m i t t e e will t a k e
S e n a t e M B T I m p a c t A s s e s s - t e s t i m o n y f r o m local e m p l o y m e n t S u b c o m m i t t e e will b e ers a n d taxpayers.
holding a hearing Monday.
Sen. Mark Jansen, RM a y 19 al the University C e n - G a i n e s T o w n s h i p , c h a i r o f
t e r in G a y l o r d t o h e a r f r o m t h e M B T I m p a c t A s s e s s m e n t
N o r t h e r n M i c h i g a n b u s i n e s s S u b c o m m i t t e e , will b e at t h e
o w n e r s about the impact o f hearing.
the M i c h i g a n Business Tax
The MBT replaced the
( M B T ) a n d s u g g e s t i o n s f o r S i n g l e B u s i n e s s T a x last year.
its i m p r o v e m e n t .
S i n c e t h e inception o f t h e n e w
T h e h e a r i n g will b e g i n tax, the Senate Finance C o m a t 11 a . m . in R o o m U - 1 1 1 m i t t e e h a s h e a r d c o p i o u s t e s at t h e U n i v e r s i t y C e n t e r , 8 0 t i m o n y that t h e tax is u n d u l y
h a r m i n g small businesses.
Livingston Blvd.
All w h o a r e i n t e r e s t e d in
this topic and wish to m a k e
t h e i r v o i c e s h e a r d a r e invited.
B r o w n s a i d . " I f w e get l i g h t s
we could possible have more
tournaments."
A c c o r d i n g to B r o w n , the
c o m p l e x hosted the s t a t e t o u r n a m e n t s last y e a r — k e e p i n g
p e o p l e in t o w n f o r t h r e e t o
five days — spending m o n e y
in t h e c o m m u n i t y .
A m o n g the "celebrity"
scoopers, Jeremy Speer.
Gaylord Herald Times sports
editor will be serving f r o m
3-5 p.m.
— Contact Ml Schult at
748-4518
or [email protected]
heraldtimes.com.
" T h e goal of this b o a r d
is t o c o n t i n u e t o u r n a m e n t s "
0 host Pony Express fundraiser
Moderate damage was reported to both vehicles and there
were no injuries.
Gaylord City Police
Brown.
"It's a phenomenal complex," he added.
they will relay their mail atong designated routes, finally delivenng them
to the post office. The form explains
to the recipient that "more than 200
mounted possemen have carried
this and hundreds of other letters in
relays along vanous routes across
ourstate."
Additionally, the June 14 event
wnll feature a vanety of events for tfie
horseman and the public.
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ter forni bears a H k e n e s S W a f u n j " ' " OnMay
eunderthe
Express rider, and wheirSte MMiA' som»i
and
members from across 27 coumtes" 1%^lloW
converge on Otsego County In June, coupons for discounts at the
"Sammy" Leete of Gaylord, who
has spina bifida, the Otsego County
Mounted Division will host a special
event Sunday under the Pavilion on
South Court
From noon to 4 p.m.. members of
the local division will accept "letters,"
whichwillbeavailableatthePavilion.
For a donation, residents may have
their communique delivered by Pony
Express come that June Day. The let-
Chodat Haus. For every coupon used
before the actual Pony Express, the
Chocolat Haus viiill donate $1 to the
Pony Express.
Raffle prizes will include a new
saddle, elk homs and a framed picture
of a horse, valued at about $250.
AH the proceeds of the Pony Express wilt benefit little Sammy, who
has spina bifada. At past fundrais)ich are rotated around the
;n $7,000 and $14,000
raised, according to Kathy
Biema|ki, an officer with the local
mounts diviskxi.
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Gas price grief
OTTRVIEW
Illegal dumping
R
oscommon resident Chad Lytle
doesn't take kindly to people
dumping trash in Northern
Michigan's woods.
Lytle, who works in Gaylord, is a volunteer with Adopt-a-Forest where he and
1,700 others across the state have taken
matters into their own hands by cleaning
up these messes in our state forests.
Lytle was part of a cleanup crew that
took on trash in Roscommon County last
year. He's looking for a similar effort to
build in Otsego County.
There are 10 illegal dump sites listed
for Otsego County on the Adopt-a-Forest Web site (www.cleanforests.org), but
Lytle believes that may just scratch the
surface of the problem.
Lytle said he is not aware of any volunteer groups in Otsego County working
with Adopt-a-Forest, but he said he is
more than happy to lend a hand in getting a group started. Keeping our woods
as pristine as possible should be a priority as should taking up Lytle on his
cleanup challenge
n angry co-worker comes tly- "the five stages" can easily be transferred into gas prices.
ing into the office, speaking
in a panicked tone.
First Stage — Denial
"Gas is up to $4 a gallon," he
A person walks into that same ofsays in a voice sure to create a ripple
fice, voicing similar words. "I can't
throughout the entire building.
believe it," he says. "Gas is a $1.50
No response. Could they be stewper gallon (hey, it once was!)."
ing — angrily pondering a defiant
The same woman looks up from
response?
her keyboard. "What!" she says. "Not
Finally, the silence
Final
is broken. "Oh," says a a chance. You're crazy. That wouldn't
woman, barely looking happen in this great country of ours."
Word
up from her keyboard
Second Stage — Anger
to mouth an unimThe person walks into the office
pressed response.
and yells in a bellowing voice. "Gas
The situation when
is now up to $2.25 per gallon. I'm godiscussing gas prices
ing to kill somebody!
has changed drastiThe woman throws up her arms
I cally in the past couple
and stands up. "Those greedy oil
years. Once a topic
companies. They're sticking it to
' that would incite fire
the little man. This is absolute price
in the most timid of
Jeremy
gouging. We must take action. Let's
souls now is talked
3peer
call our congressman. As a matter of
about in an almost
fact, let's call President Bush. He's an
passive sense.
oil man. They're all greedy!
Have we come to accept that our
wallets will be forever burdened by
Third Stage — Bargaining
expensive fuel? I think we have —
The man walks in. "Gas is now up
having gone through the five stages
to $3 a gallon. What gives?"
of grief of gas prices.
The woman has a concerned look
Originally developed to help loved
on her face. "Well, the gas is $3 here,
ones deal with the grief of tragedy.
A
he Gaylord Area Council for the
Arts has a new place to call home.
GACA has purchased a storefront building in downtown Gaylord to open a permanent conmiunity arts center
With the downturn in the economy,
GACA could no longer afford the space
it had previously occupied and had to
move into a smaller office thus losing
exhibit space.
But with the decision to use endowment ftmds to purchase their new home
outright, their presence should shine in
the community for years to come. Bravo.
The Gaylord Herald Times editorial board
is made up of general manager Marilyn
Kaczanowski, editor Chris Grosser, news editor
Cathy Landry, and design editor Frank Michels.
R e a c h i n g Us
"A view from the 45th parallel"
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but what is it in Peloskey? How about
Grayling? Maybe if 1 drive down
there and fill up, I can save some
money."
Fourth Stage — Depression
The man walks in, head hanging in
shame. "Gas is up to $3.50."
The woman firowns and then
speaks in a dejected tone. "It figures.
This society is going straight down
the drain. There goes that flat-screen
television I wanted to buy — straight
down my gas tank."
Fifth Stage —Acceptance
That same worker comes into the
building. "Gas is up to $4."
The woman's response; a barely
audible "Oh."
That is what it has come down to.
We aren't left with much of an option than to just accept doling out big
sums of money at the pump and figuring out how to conserve energy and
spending every day in our lives.
— Jeremy Speer is sports editor
of the Gaylord Herald Times. Contact
him at 748-4520 or [email protected]
gaylordheraldtimes. com.
Letters to the Editor
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Gaylord HaraM Times
S m o k e f r e e air
bill m a k e s sense
To the Editor:
I am a 17-year c a n c e r
survivor and I care about the
health of all of Michigan's
citizens. HB4163 protects all
Michigan workers, including
bar and restaurant employees,
from the deadly toxins of secondhand smoke.
I urge Speaker of the House
Andy Dillon to stop delaying
and allow a concurrence vote
on the Senate-passed version
of HB 4163, a comprehensive bill to make all Michigan
workplaces smokefree. On
Tuesday, May 13, 1 joined
other concerned volunteers
f r o m Michigan, including
Sandi B u m s from Gaylord,
in Lansing. We talked to our
lawmakers about the importance of supporting the Senate-passed smokefree bill. We
hoped that the House would
take action that day and they
have continued to delay.
There are health risks of
s e c o n d h a n d smoke. Food
service workers are 50 percent more likely to develop
health issues related to their
prolonged exposure to secondhand smoke. The Surgeon
General has already indicated
that there is no safe level of
secondhand smoke. Reducing exposure to secondhand
s m o k e can and will save
lives.
Smokefree air legislation
makes sense for workers and
communities. If Michigan
was smokefree no one would
have to choose between their
j o b and their h e a l t h . All
workers deserve to work in
a smokefree environment.
Why should waitresses be
protected but not black jack
dealers?
know the effects of smoking.
I know that we all deserve to
breathe smokefree air.
I believe that Michigan
should join the 33 other states
that have enacted smokefree
l e g i s l a t i o n and p a s s HB
4163 NOW! I have called
on Speaker Dillon and the
Michigan Legislature to protect all Michigan workers and
concur with the senate passed
version of HB 4163. No more
delays. Let's do something
positive for Michigan lets
make Michigan smokefree.
W o u l d n ' t you be a p palled if you saw a pregnant
woman smoking, but how
many think about the health
risks to that unborn child as a
pregnant woman waits tables
in a smoke-filled restaurant?
Two-thirds of Michigan registered voters are in favor of
smokefree workplace legislation that includes bars and
restaurants.
As a daughter who has
lost one parent to the effects
of smoking and is caregiving for another parent who
is fighting for every breath, 1
Kam and myself j o i n e d
a small group of residents
who decided to not sit back
and let things be. I watched
first hand how he dealt with
the public and I can tell you
I have never known a person
who treated everyone as fair
and equal as he did.
Kam is an honest person.
When he sets his mind to getting something done, it gets
done. I think he will make
you a great sheriff.
Tim M c N a m a r a
Fremont
IVleLissa Olson
Livingston Township.
Ensing will m a k e
a g o o d sheriff
To the Editor:
I ran across an article in
your paper about Kam Ensing
running for sheriff.
I knew Kam when he lived
in Fremont in the late 1980s.
Kam lived in the same township 1 did. We had a township supervisor who was running our township in ways
one might consider a little
"shady."
Letters
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By Frank Michels
QUESTION: W h a t d o t h i n k a b o u t t h e h i g h p r i c e of g a s ,
n o w $4 locally, a n d h o w d o e s it a i f e c t y o n ?
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W h o s h o u l d s t e p a s i d e in the bid for i
the Democratic nomination?
A. H i l l a r y C l i n t o n
37%
B. B a r a c k O b a m a
20%
C. D u k e it o u t till t h e b i t t e r e n d
43%
N u m b e r of VOTES; 387
(this is n o t a scientific poll)
NEW O N U N E QUESnnON ( s t a r t l i t x
s«tm^y):
What d o y o u plan o n d o i n g for
We need to get rid of
George Bush and his
Iwddles and get someone in the White House
who Is honest.
Monti Bryant
Johanmaturg
I'm using a car rather
High gas prices have
than a truck. And campdefinitely stopped us
ing trips this summer
from going places
will!» dose to home.
quite a M. Our kids live
Julie Hin
downstate and we can't
Gaykxtl
afford to go see ttiem
like we used to do.
AhnaBryMit
Mwmsburg
My parents live In Newtierry and I live In Alma
and I'm on my way there
now. My trips are less
frequent now. People are
just going to do less and
people are rethinking
things. Tourism towns
wHI be the hardest hit.
Daran Johnson
Alma
I'm discouraged the
Memorial Day w e e k e n d ?
government has not
A. S t i c k a r o u n d t h e h o u s e
done anything. Jobs are
leaving, gas prk»s are
B. Kick b a c k a n d e n j o y G a y l o r d
up. This will affect my
C. T r a v e l t o v i s i t o u t - o f - t o w n r e l a t i v e s
vacation plans. Around
D. H o s t r e l a t i v e s a t y o u r h o m e
town I'm doing just as
much driving because I
need to for business.
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And on top of that. Bishop his big fjolitical nose into the
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was involved in a dust up
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resulted in some "interesting" exchanges behind closed exchanged "pleasantries" during a meeting last week.
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The affable Mr. Patterson
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also was privately coiKemed
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Hence, he began his reign was viewed as encroaching
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Tourism dollars
About
'Tourism'
series
CommunHy dollors
Editor's
note:
Tburism
is a way of life
in Northern
Michigan,
and
as another
summer
season
approaches,
the people who
rely on tourism
for their
livelihood
are a little nervous. Michigan's
economy
if
far from healthy;
gas prices
were within
a penny
of $4
a gallon
Friday, and folks
aren't sure what the future
holds.
In this collaborative
series by the Gaylord
Herald
Times and the Petoskey
News-Review
— in the heart
of Northern
Michigan's
tourist country
— we take a
look at what's
on the horizon for this bread-and-butter industry
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TOURISM DOLLARS
Wed.
$1 spent has a dollar and a quarter impact
Gov. J e n n i f e r G r a n h o l m
has signed a tourism package pledging millions more
dollars to p r o m o t e tourism
in t h e s t a t e . H o w d o N o r t h ern Michigan tourism leaders a n d business people
w a n t t o s e e it s p e n t ?
NORTHERN MlCHl
CAN —Just how many
times does a tourism dollar
t u r n over in the c o m m u nity?
A c c o r d i n g t o Dr. D o n
Holecek, Michigan State
University professor
emeritus w h o studies the
e c o n o m i c s of t o u r i s m , that
d o l l a r d r o p p e d at t h e golf
c o u r s e or latest attraction
m a y t u r n over 20 times.
But. h e said, t h a t ' s irrelevant.
W h a t m a t t e r s is t h e
multiplier, h e said.
W h a t is t h e m u l t i p l i e r ?
T h e m u l t i p l i e r gives the
g r o s s i m p a c t of a d o l l a r
s p e n t . In N o r t h e r n M i c h i g a n , t h e m u l t i p l i e r is a p p r o x i m a t e l y 1.25. T h e s t a t e
m u l t i p l i e r is a b o u t 1.5.
It m e a n s . $ 1 s p e n t h a s
a dollar a n d a quarter
impact.
"It m a y t u r n o v e r 10
times," said Holecek. "but
h a s o n l y a q u a r t e r (25
cents) impact."
T h e dollar decreases
q u i c k l y e a c h t i m e it p a s s e s
hands.
A g r e a t f a c t o r in t h e
m u l t i p l i e r is w h e r e t h e d o l -
lar is s p e n t initially — t h e
first t i m e it e n t e r s t h e c o m munity.
A dollar spent on purc h a s i n g a local p r o d u c t ,
m a d e by a local resident
has a greater impact on the
c o m m u n i t y than a dollar
s p e n t o n gasoline, he said.
Tourism outlook uncertain
By Ryan Bentley
State promos
could help
P N R Staff Writer
N;
" o m a t t e r how^
m u c h families
ike his couiterpart in Charlevoix. Gaytord
enjoy a break
Area Convention and Touhsm Bureau
f r o m their norExecutive Director F^ui Beachnau can
m a l s u r r o uf:n d i n g s , t r a v e l
recall better times for his community's
m a y fall b e h i n d o t h e r p r i o r tourism sector,
ities w h e n b u d g e t s get light.
2003
^
Dunng 2007, Gaylord-area hotels' nightly
room rentals vrere down ^x)ut 3 percent overall
16346 13.717 H 2 M
A n d if d e c i s i o n s t o c u t
from the previous year^totals.Noting that the
Petoskey
back on vacations are widenumtjer of rooms available has fUjctiated from
24,223 20,S12 Wi**®
spread, the stakes can be
year to year—some 19 hotels have participated
Wrtdemess
high for communities that
rn occupancy surveys as of late—Beachnau
w , 2 »
i m c
said he dkjnl have figures avatiable that v ^ k j
d e p e n d economically on
Young
illustrate a longer-term trend.
t o u r i s m , like m a n y of t h o s e
"C^tainly I can tell ^ travel and touhsm
,
in N o r t h e r n M i c h i g a n .
F i s h e r m a n ' s Island
is not where we were five years ago when the
economy was outstarxJing," Beachnau sakl. "As
i
Otsego U t e
O n e Michigan State
Michigan has kind of been in this recession, we've I
' University analysis shows
defiritely felt it"
a q u a r t e r of t h e e c o n o m i c
But he sees reasons for optimisn in 2008.
activity in E m m e f C o u n t y
"For this season so far, we're off to a pretty
being tourism-based. The
good start... with the winter," Beachnau said.
!
sector has considerable
"The snow was just fabulous."
t
i m p o r t a n c e for the Gaylord
And with various travel costs on the rise, he
i
area, too. According to
believes Michigan residents may look more at
|
Otsego Counry Economic
in-state destinations this year rather than taking
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longer tilps.
ist-oriented enterprises
Beachnau senses potential tor some of the
a c c o u n t for 2 5 p e r c e n t of
state's tourism promobon plans to benefit the
north. A $15-miHion infusion in the promobonal
employment income and
budget is plarviedtt^ year, with
million more |
4 0 p e r c e n t of j o b s in t h e
to be Plotted in 2009. Plans are in the vMxVs for
county.
the first statevwde vwnter tourism campaign, and !
hmting and fishing promotions are planned as
So, w i t h a u t o - i n d u s t r y
well.
d o w n s i z i n g a n d a s l o w real
^ sage of Northwest Michigan's put)iic
hen locl<ing at campground usage
olf has been one of Northem Michigar's
ki Charievoix. McKown said lodging occue s t a t e m a r k e t t a k i n g finanI marinas has waxed and waned over the
for five area state parts — Petoskey,
popular summertime draws in recent
pancy took a dip not long after the turn ot tt)e 21 st
I past few years, too. Staff for the hartjors c i a l l o l l s o n m a n y M i c h i g a n
Otsego I j k e , Wiklemess (Mackidecades. Wtite a few of the industry's
century. Her bureau hasnt kept detailed statistics,
in Boyne City and East Jordan shared
residents, have the econaw City), Vtxmg (Boyne City) and
recent indteatore stxjw signs of giOTrth,
h.
but she estimates occupancy has been averaging
pen»ntage-based occupancy figures. The actual , n o m i c c h a l l e n g e s m e a n t
Ftshemian's island (Chartevoix)—overthepast
olfieis point to downward mowmenl
about 40 percent over the course of each year
number
of
days
boats
spent
in
transient
marina
;
five
years,
all
fnre
saw
substantial
declines
in
a s l o w d o w n in U p N o r t h
Ttie "Golf Mecca" mat1<eling initiative, opersince.
siips (boat da^) was diUjed by the total number ' t r a v e l ?
Over the past few years, the picture has been ated ttYougti Gayton)^ touism bureau, serves to j total nigfrts spent by campers between 2003 and
2004. Michic^ Deiartment c* Natural Resources of boat days possible in a season to arrive at an
promote 22 area golf courses.
looking somewhat bri^Tter for lodging properties
occnancy percentage.
Overall, txjreau (frector Paul Beachnau ncted spokeswoman Ma^ DeHoff noted that 2003
in southern Emmet and eastern Charlewix courv
To b e sure, s o m e w h o
was an exceptionaliy busy year for the state part*
Boyne C#y had three years 0* occupancy
that ttese courses saw 2 percent more rounds
tes which are afMated with the P^oskey-Hartnr
p r o m o t e t o u r i s m locally
system.
statistics
available,
and
saw
transient
occupancy
played
durtng
2007
than
in
the
previous
year,
with
Springs-Boyne Country Visitors' Bureau. Staff
a r e s e n s i n g s l i p p a g e . At t h e
Tlie decline for Petoskey State Park cortinued dnap from 38 percent in 2005 to 37 percerrt tfie
greens fees and cart rental proceeds up slighlty,
:
at the bureau note they've been seeing gradual
Charlevoix Area Conven' into 2005, with camp numbers fehouiding some- following year before dimbingto 42 percent for
growth in the number of nights gueste have spent t x . But with the average piice of a golf round
tion a n d Visitors' Bureau,
: (topping slightly, the Golf Mecca's $15.5 million in what over the f o U o v ^ two years, file other area 2007.
in rented nDoms.
e x e c u t i v e director Vera
m East Jortbn, transient booking rates
parks have seen some fluctuation in campground
! tolal revenues for 2007 reflected a smal decline
Occupancy at bureau-affiliated properties
M c K o w n said her town's
jumped from 25 percent in 2003 to 28 percent
: occupancy since 2004.
averaged 46 percent through the course Gf 2003. fromayeareartier.
lodging occupancy rates
' in 2004, then jumped to 34 percent in 2005.
So far in 2008, the state pert< system as a
Boyne USA Resorts—one o( Nofthem
It stood at 47 percent for 2004,2005 and 2006
d r o p p e d off w i t h t h e e c o Michigan^ mator golf operators with eight courses viitwie is seeing a 2-to 3-per(»nt drop in resenra- A dropoff to 32 percerrt was seen in 2006. Ocand 57 percent for 2007.
n o m i c d o w n t u r n of 2 0 0 1
tions compared to last year, Oetloff saw. Tlie ONR cupancy dimbed to 45 percent for 2007, but this
TTiese hotels, motels and rerrtal condo prop- i In Emmet and Chailevoi* counties—saw a 3reflects o r ^ half the normal number erf slips being a n d h a v e n ' t r e a l l y r e c o v e r e d
erties saw about $33 niillon in re^nue for 2003. percent 1*00 m the numtjer of pouids played from believes a comblnaeon of factors—such as
available because of low ^ t e r levels.
! since. "Horrendous" gas
wornes over gas pdces and the stalels general
$34 milion tor 2004, $36 miicn far 2005, $36.5 I 2005 to 2006. and another decline of 2 percent
Petoskey and Harbor Springs mannas execonomic malaise—are at play.
prices are a d d i n g to t h e
from 200610 2007.
miion far 2006 and $40 million for 2007.
pressed
their
ocofiancy
levels
based
on
yearly
i
But
the
key
factor
in
deciding
whether
to
challenges, she added.
"Go*roundsaround the state are down,'
Peter Rtzsimons, efflcuBve dtector of the
boat-day totals. Petoskey^ transient boat days
camp
continues
to
be
weather,
she
added.
j
Boyne
USA
put*;
relations
manager
Bin
Ernst
visitors' bureau in Petoskey, noted that parHcipej u r r ^ from 3,102 in 2006 to 3,199 in 2006
"If it's a cod,rainysummer, v « have more
noted.
tion in occupancy surveys is volunlary and can
"We're always w o n d e r i n g
before dropping to 2,956 in 2007.
cancellatkxis," she said. "Our data sfiw« that if
People having less vacation time — and
vary from one year to the next and that addWonal
w h a t ' s g o i n g to hit u s next,"
In
Hartxy
Springs,
boat
days
climbed
from
It's
a
hot,
dry
summer...
our
regisliations
go
I
*
.
"
choosing to play closer to home—may be one
rooms have become available l o c ^ In recenrt
4,686 in 2003 to 4,903 In 2004 belore droppvig to : M c K o w n s a i d .
While ITS common to see graretwents
! facKir in the dedkw for coines i<e B o ^ ' s . she I
years.
4,605 tor 2005. The yearlytotalshave since been
' spendkig time at state camp(*t)unds««i their
added. By offering bmly-trlendhf vacation opGiven Boyne USA Resorts'large lodging
At t h e s a m e t i m e , s o m e
4.749 boat days in 2006 and
, portunWes—amenHiessuchasspasenicesand graidchikten, DetWf noted that camping doesnt on the reboifxl,
volume and the seasonal nature of many of Its
other tourism indicators
4,906 In 2007.
seem
to
have
as
much
appeal
lor
inuiger
adults
the Avalanche Bay indoor waleiinrV ate available
attractions. RtzslmorB said ift occupancy figures
h a v e s s h o w n stability or
M l h fuel prices on therise,Harbor Springs
these days
, along with go!—Emsl said Boyne Is trying to
are excluded fTDm the area taies In order to
g r o w t h in t h e past f e w
"Tlie good news Is that Michigan^ state pafl< titttMrmaster Mike Johnson said boaters tend
avoid s k e v i ^ the resuRs^nd nol a l local lodging i oarteract the trend.
to
be
stIcMng
around
favortte
areas
tor
longer
years. And with the past
system remains one of the most popular m the
Upcoming stale investments in toulsm piT>properties may be shBfino equally in the rBwiue
periods
rather
then
trav«lng
frequerfly
betMen
county,'she
said.
winter being kind to snow1 motion h o p e U y w l help the goK industry as wen,
g r o ^ . he added. Higher-end properties seem
marinas.
TI«b DNR is ei^ienmenting viMh altamallve
, sports enthusiasts and the
EmM said. Mth « » downalBle Oakland HMi Counto be reaping more new guests then budget-ori"Wiat we're seeing Is f w e r boats spendtog
s t a t e s e t t o b o o s t its t o u r i try CU) hosting a PGA champlonetilp INS August, lodging options to expand the system's appeal.
ented ones. Rtzaimons noted.
more tlnrte here,* he SBM.
OelWf added.
and i r M catuns are being
she added that more people may tale nonce of
ism-promotion spending,
•Yffwn they do go or vac^ions, theytendto
Seasontf
sips
at
the
local
marinas
have
coninstated
at
some
parts,
and
lomier
manager
fMcNgan's golf attactione.
at least o n e lodging-indusbe buying 19." he said, "mstoodoftourweeltend
tlniAly been In hi(^ demand, wMh most or al of
tesklencas
are
bsing
conMttBd
lor
family
and
! try r e p r e s e n t a t i v e sees reavocations a year, ttwy're dowff) to one or tMO. lYwy
them spoken tor In recent years and iwMngias
groio rentals.
say. t I'm g ^ awey. t ^Asnttodo It
son for hope.
And starting this monlh. select campgrounds In place tor some of the harbors.
. Rtzsimons said repeal ^Asltors seem to be
are offering motortnms and Uailsr storage to
helping NorthMQSt MfotigBn hold Its owffi In tour— Contact Petoskey News help ease campers'concerns a t n x gas prtcss,
Ism. Thouc^ Ug-boK retalers have arrtMd In
Review's Ryan Bentley ai
she said.
PMHitey. he noted that the comTHf«y riso has
231-439-9342
or rbentiey^
fT«nWr«d ite tadWonei core that
seem
petoskeynews.com
toappreciate.
Nights spent at
L
•Ohere^ ..adeepappredatentorhcM^we
maintein our sense of olace.'he said.
State Park Campsites
Sluggish trend
for golf
Park usage falls Marina traffic
from '03 levels bobs up & down
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A-7 • Saturday, May 17, 2006
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Tourists
Who you are,
where you come from
By R y a n B e n t l e y
PNR Staff Writer
More often than not. the
visitors w h o make Northern
Michigan their destination
c o m e f r o m within a day's
drive of t h e region, various
research shows.
Travel Michigan, the
slate's tourism agency, obtained 2004-2007 survey data
ftt)m D.K. Shifflet & Associates. a travel-industry market
research firm, which shows
f r o m where trips to Northwest Michigan (Emmet a n d
Charlevoix counties) and Otsego County originated.
Places of origin were
expressed in terms of "E>esignated Marketing Areas"
(DMAs). T h e s e are regions
defined by the broadcast m e dia that serve them.
For b o t h Northwest Michigan and Otsego County, the
research showed that the
largest share of visitors c a m e
from places within a couple
o f h o u r s ' driving time. T h e
Traverse City-Cadillac market
a c c o u n t e d for m o r e than a
third of visitors to each.
The Detroit market generated the second-largest share
of visitors to both Northern
Michigan territories.
Two o t h e r downstate
Michigan markets — Grand
Rapids-Kalamazoo-Battle
Creek a n d I-lint-SaginawBay City a n d Marquette
— also ranked near the t o p
as sources of Northwest
Michigan a n d Otsego County
visitors.
In t e r m s of ages, the 35to 49-year-old bracket acc o u n t e d for the largest share
of adult visitors to both areas,
the D.K. Shifflet data showed.
Research by the Petoskey-Harbor Springs-Boyne
Country Visitors' Bureau also
showed a majority of local
lodging guests coming from
within Michigan. Since the
mid-1980s, bureau executive ,
director Peter Fitzsimons
n o t e d that 70-75 percent of
f)eople who've spent nights
at local establishments consistently have c o m e from instate ZIP codes.
Along with downstate
Michigan, the Petoskey bureau also deploys s o m e promotional resources in places
such as Fort Wayne, Ind.,
Chicago a n d In^anapolis,
as well as in some national
publications. If m o r e promotional dollars b e c o m e
available. Fitzsimons would
like to reach out to m o r e
Midwestern markets including Columbus a n d Dayton,
Ohio, a n d St. Louis, perhaps
u n d e r t h e umbrella of Travel
Michigan.
With Michigan's domin a n t air carrier, Northwest,
o n track to merge with Delta
Airlines, the bureau director
sees Atlanta — where Delta
h a s a h u b at Hartsfield-lackson-Atlanta International
Airport — as another potential place to seek Northern
Michigan visitors if the fimding emerges.
Currendy, the Gaylord
Area Convention and Tourism Bureau invests about half
its promotional resources instate and the other half elsewhere, according to is executive director. Paul Beachnau.
Though Michigan is a
"huge" state for tourism.
Beachnau a d d e d that its
e c o n o m y is lagging. If m o r e
dollars should b e c o m e available for promotlons,1ie said
he'd try to reach out m o r e
extensively to states such as
Illinois a n d Indiana, which
have easy drives to Northern Michigan and stronger
economies.
— Contact Petoskey NewsReview's Ryan Bentley at
231 -439-9342 or rbentley^
petoskeynews. com
HT - Jil Schutt
DURING A REC0JT TRIP from his home in Grand Blanc to his summer home in East Jortan, Jim Ott stopped at the Speedway gas station in Gaytorti
to fill up his tnjck at $3.99 per gallon. Ott, who said a round-trip costs approximately $110, said he would stay up north longer and not come as
often.
High gas prices may help
Northern Michigan travel
By Jtl S c h u l t
Staff Writer
NORFHERN MICHIGAN —
egardless of which side you fall
on in the debate of whether
high gas prices hurt or help
Northern Michigan tourism,
no studies show the impact of the cost
of gas at SI p(M' gallon — even adjusted
for inflation.
Dr. Don 1 lolecek. Michigan Stale
Universitx' professor emeritus, has studied the effects of gas prices on tourism.
"Basically what we find for Northern
Michigan, there has been some marginal impact." he said.
"If people planned a two-week trip,
they're still going to take it." Holecek
continued. "Weather has the biggest
impact."
R
With the elevated prices, s o m e people stay closer to h o m e instead of vacationing out of state, h e n c e gas prices
help local economy. Holecek suggested.
"Weekenders v^^ still c o m e . They're
not going to c h a n g e patterns."
As far as tourists w h o travel north in
campers, they m a y c o m e u p less often
but stay a little longer.
"They stay t h e s a m e amoiint of
time." h e said, "just travel less.
"There's a h u g e psychological thing
that h a p p e n s w h e n we're talking $4-gas
prices." stated Holecek. "They're going
to do the m a t h — you're going to lose
those people."
However, the overall impact of tourism evens out w h e n t h e lay-off" and
early retirement population is figured
"They will travel as long as their
i n c o m e stays." Holecek a d d e d .
Research also s h o w s p e o p l e w h o
really are c o n c e r n e d a b o u t the security of their j o b s a r e going to cut
back o n e x p e n s e s , i n c l u d i n g travel to
Northern Michigan.
In s u m m a r y , g a s prices aren't going to help t o u r i s m , a c c o r d i n g to
Holecek, b u t they're not going to h u r t
a lot.
"Good w e a t h e r will offset gas increases," h e p r e d i c t e d .
"Our best g u e s s is, we'll see travel
v o l u m e d o w n a c o u p l e percent f r o m
last year a n d e x p e c t s p e n d i n g to b e
flat." Holecek c o n c l u d e d .
Contact Jil Schult at 748-4518 or
[email protected]
com.
From where
do they come?
A glance at t h e t o p areas
t h a t g e n e r a t e county
visitors
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HT - JWSchuR
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UNOA SIMPSON, head housekeeper at Marsh Ridge in Gaykxd, cleans the sink in a room in the Bergen Lodge, one of five kjdging buiWings. Tourism
at the resort has been her livelihood for six years.
'Survival of the Up North Retailer'
workshop on tap in Charlevoix,
OHARLEVOIX — Sunrival of tt>e
Up Nortt) Retailer is a workshop
created in 2006 by Qirts Wenciel.
Regional Director of Michigan Small
Business and Technotogy Development Center m Traverse City.
"tt used to be you coukl buy a
pfX)duct. double the price and have
a good summer.' said Wendel. who
worked in retail during the 1980s
and 1990s.
"I saw when the box stores
canrte in and the retail pte was cut
into more pieces.' he added.
Sponsored by the Charlevoix
Chamber of Commerce, the workshop is Tuesday. May 20. 2-4:30
p.m.. at the Chartewix PubNc Library. tt features ways for business
owners to come up with ways to
make money without customers
walMng through door, said Wendel
Utilizing the Internet, keeping
in touch with costomers through
e-mail and Web sites are methods
to incrMse business, according to
Wendel.
'Develop a product line nobody
can du{^lcate,' he stated, citing a
local company. Cherry Republic,
which built a $6-miilion business,
half from internet contact.
This isn't your mom and pop
store, agreed Wendel
"They can't do things the way
they used to.' Wendel said of retailers. "That was then; this Is now.'
To preregister for the dass. call
the Charlevoix Chamber of Commerce at 231-547-2101. Cost Is
$20 for members and $40 for nonmembers.
Worker: Gas prices biggest challenge
l i n d a Simpson
Age: 43
Business/occupatiGn a n d years of
service:
Simpson has been employed at
Marsh Ridge Resort (golf course, hotel
and restaurant) in (Ja^ord as h e a d
hoiLsekeeper for six years.
How d o c s t o u r i s m impact y o u r
busine^?
This business is greatly affected by
tourism. People c o m e from all over to
golf a n d the locals arenl staying in t h e
rooms.
What d o you t h i n k d r a w s people to
N o r t h e r n Michigan?
The beauty of t h e scenery. We have
beautiful golf courses a n d plenty of
family activities. N u m b e r o n e is the
beauty of everything a r o u n d us.
a lot here.
Are you expecting to m a k e m o r e or
less m o n e y this year?
I will probably m a k e about the
same.
Gov. Granholm has signed a $60miilion package to bolster Michigan
tourism. If $10-million were earmarked
just for Northern Michigan, how would
you Dke to see t h o s e dollars spent?
1 a want to see t h e m o n e y spent o n
Where d o you t h i n k w e could find
advertising to d r a w m o r e people to
m o r e tourists for N o r t h e r n M k h i g a n ?
Northern Michigan — in and out of the
People f r o m all over t h e United
state.
States would b e attracted to what
— lil Schuh
Northern Michigan h a s to offer. There is
What will b e t h e biggest challenge
this s u m m e r for t o u r i s m - d e p e n d e n t
businesses?
The economy, especially gas prices.
More online at:
www.gaylordheraldtimes.com
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A-8 • Saturday, May 17, 2008
Candidates challenge Club, DNR project benefits lake
county incumbents
OTSEGO COUNTY
Three county commissioners are being challenged
for their seals in the Aug. 5
primary, as is Sheriff J a m e s
McBride and county clerk
Suzy DeFeyter.
The deadline to file for
the Aug. 5 primary passed
Tuesday and DeFeyter reported that these candidates
have tailed for county offices:
• C o u n t y commissioners;
• District 1, Incumbent
Clark Bates (R) and challenger Wayne Brown (R);
Jason Woodcox (R) has
withdrawn;
• District 11. incumbent
Paul Beachnau (Ry and
challenger Vic Ouellette
(R);
• District 111, incumbent
Paul Liss (R);
• District IV, challenger
Robert Harkness (R), currently Chester Township supervisor, for seat currently
held by Lee Olsen (R) who
did not refile;
• District V, incumbent
Erma Backenstose (R);
• District VI, incumbent Ken Glasser (R). who
withdrew from the 105th
District state representative
race; challenger Richard
Sumerix (R) has withdrawn;
• District VU, incumbent
Douglas Johnson (R);
• District VIII. incum-
bent Michael H y d e (R) and
challenger A n g e l a McKnight (R); and
• District IX, challenger
Bruce Brown for seat currently held by Allan Bentz
(R) w h o did not refile.
• Sheriff: incumbent
James M c B r i d e (R) and
challengers K a m Ensing (R)
and Michael A n t h o n y (D)
• C o u n t y clerk/register
of deeds: incumbent Suzy
DeFeyter (R) and challenger
Susan Skoglund (R)
• C o u n t y prosecutor: incumbent Kyle Legel (R)
• C o u n t y treasurer; incumbent Diann A x f o r d (R)
• C o u n t y road commissioner; William Holewinsici
Jr. (R); D o n a l d Huff (R) and
Randy S a m k o w i a k (D)
• County surveyor: Ronald Brand ( R )
Also on the county ballot
is a library millage renewal.
The proposal is for a renewal of a .4-mill operating levy for a period of six
years to provide f u n d s for
operating and maintaining
the Otsego C o u n t y Library.
Cont. from p. A1
m i d - A p r i l to s p a w n . It was
difficult to estimate how
m a n y f r y t h e r e were, but a
quick dip with a net into the
flowing w a t e r y i e l d e d d o z ens of minnow-size pike. The
adult pike also will leave the
marsh as it drains.
D N R fisheries technician Brian H o x i e explained
why the f i s h are released
now rather than when they're
larger
" W h e n ihey reach this
point the plankton they eat is
not e n o u g h to satisfy them,"
Hoxie said, " s o they'll start
eating each other."
T h a t w a s p r o v e n Friday
when Hoxie netted a pike fry
with another, slightly smaller
fry in its m o u t h .
T h e o p e r a t i o n , is an o n going c o o p e r a t i v e effort between the sportsmen's club
HT - Chns Er>g)e
and the D N R to maintain the
h a r o l d m i l l e r (foreground) skims plankton "seeds" from the surface of Hoxie Marsh Friday,
p i k e p o p u l a t i o n in O t s e g o
The DNR fisheries staff dries and stores these seeds and, next spring, will disperse them back
Lake.
into the marsh to provide food for the next generation of pike.
All O t s e g o County offices are up f o r re-election
this year, including the nine
county c o m m i s s i o n e r s '
seats, county clerk Yegister
of deeds, county sheriff,
county treasurer and county
prosecutor, as well as all
elected township officials.
Voters face township
elections, issues
• Treasurer: incumbent
Township clerks have until
Monday. May W.toregort their Wayne Tyler (R)
•Trustee; incumbent Robert
filings to SI
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Diesing {R) and challenger Danclerk
Four of the nine townships iel Wagar(R)
have provided information to
T h e f o l l o w i n g townships
DeFeyter
will h a v e m i l l a g e p r o p o s als o n t h e p r i m a r y ballot;
Bagle\ Township
• Supervisor; incumbent Bill
Giles (R)
• Clerk; incumbent Jim Szymanski (R)
•Treasurer incumbent Mary
Yager (R)
• Trustee; incumbents Richard Sumerix (R) and Fred Bums
(R) and c h a l l e n g e r T h o m a s
Roach (R)
Dover Township
• Supervisor; incumbent
Thomas Murphy (R)
• C l e r k ; i n u m b e n t Janet
Kwapis (D)
• Treasurer: incumbent Diane House (R)
• Trustee: incumbent Rebecca House (D)
HT - Micftaet Jooes
GAYLORD AREA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS (GACA| members (l-r) Pat Milidonis, Billye Thatcher, Lorene Parshall, Nina Gee and Alma htoCorwith Township
rison, stand in front of what will become a new community arts center. GAGA recently purchased the East Main Street building and after
• Vanderbilt Corwith Fire
renovations will be open to the public.
and Rescue Department millage renewal; the proposal will
permit the township to levy up
to 2 mills to provide funding for
capital improvements and operational expenses for f ^ve years.
2 0 0 9 - 2 0 1 3 . If approved, the
Parshall said GACA hopes
other arts organizations.
levy would raise an estimated
Cent, from p. A1
than rentjng space.
to have the building ready for
"The experts told us this
$140,277 in the first year.
For several years GACA
"1 think it's the right choice
would be a good time to invest use by the end of the summer.
had a Main Street arts center
at the right time," Parshall
Parshall said GACA is
and by using our investment
just east of the city pavilion,
said of the board's decision
fund to outright buy the build- looking for volunteers to
but Parshall said with the
to buy and renovate the F^st
Elmira Township
help assist with cleaning and
ing it will free up flinds we
Main Street building, which
• Elmira-Warner Fire Au- downturn in the economy the
had been using to pay rent for painting to ready the new arts
will be used as an art gallery
thority m i l l a g e renewal: the group could no longer afford
center before opening to the
oftlce space." Parshall said.
and gift shop of local artist's
proposal will permit a levy up to the rent and relocated to a
public.
The Northern Michigan
1 mill to provide funds for pur- small office on the third floor original work.
To inquire about volunof the Phoenix Building last
Artists Guild made a $500
When renovations are
chasing equipment, operations
teering to help call 732-3242
year.
completed part of the building donation to GACA to help
and m a i n t e n a n c e of fire and
Hayes Township
or 705-1965.
will be used to hold small per- with renovations which inParshall said the GACA
• S u p e r v i s o r : i n c u m b e n t rescue services for four years,
— Contact Michael Jones
clude a new ceiling, electrical
formances,
poetry
and
prose
board
used
its
endowment
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If
approved,
the
Mary Sanders (R)
at 748-4513 ormichael^
work and making the building
readings,
receptions
and
meetfund
to
purchase
the
building,
• Clerk: incumbent Richard levy would raise an estimated
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handicap accessible.
ing
space
for
workshops
and
opting
to
buy
outright
rather
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GACA buys Main Street building
Judge orders restitution amounting to $100,000
Cont. from p. A1
might consider Wiseley as a
candidate for the county work
c a m p to serve the remainder
of her sentence.
Wiseley, who had pleaded
guilty to one count of embezz l e m e n t of b e t w e e n $ 1 , 0 0 0
and $20,000, a five-year
f e l o n y , w a s also s e n t e n c e d
to f i v e y e a r s p r o b a t i o n and
o r d e r e d to m a k e restitution
of $100,000. In exchange for
h e r g u i l t y plea, t w o c o u n t s
of f o r g e r y and one count of
e m b e z z l e m e n t over $20,000
w e r e d i s m i s s e d at s e n t e n c mg.
B e f o r e sentencing. Wiseley's attorney, Elliot B l u m berg from Gaylord, told Allen
at the time of the embezzlement his client's mother wds
ill a n d a sister w a s h a v i n g
financial problems.
" S h e didn't do this for her
personal use " Blumbei^ said.
"But, it was an ill advised way
to help her family members.
Linda m a d e a bad series of
judgments."
C H U C K Klee, a f o r m e r
p r e s i d e n t of the Northern
Michigan C h a p t e r of Associated Builders and Contractors
( A B C ) addressed Judge Allen
and refereed to the restitution
a m o u n t . " ! would like m o r e
the $ 1 5 0 , 0 0 0 that has been
proved she took," Klee said.
Klee expressed a concern
the Internal Revenue Service
(IRS) could c o m e back to him
or o t h e r f o r m e r A B C m e m bers seeking m o n e y for back
taxes owed by ABC. According to Allen, Wiseley covered
7 apologized to a number of
people because these are the
faces I see everyday... I have
never denied the charges. I
have betrayed your trust and
nothing can replace the pain I
have inflicted on you. How can
I ask for your forgiveness when
I can't forgive myself?'
t h e e m b e z z l e m e n t of f u n d s
by not paying taxes on behalf
of A B C f o r 10 years, f i l i n g
false audit reports and using
a c o m p a n y credit card for her
own use.
A f t e r a brief consultation
with Otsego County prose-
I g u e s s we'll have to accept
t h e $ 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 a m o u n t , " he
stated to Allen.
Prior to sentencing, a tearful Wiseley read a prepared
statement in court, apologizing to Klee and several other
i n d i v i d u a l s associated with
ABC.
lice investigators initially est i m a t e d Wiseley had stolen
more than $150,000 from
A B C , which closed its doors
in 2006.
A f t e r l i s t e n i n g to W i s e ley's tearful statement, Allen
a d d r e s s e d the f o r m e r A B C
d i r e c t o r ; "You c o v e r e d up
m o n e y you s t o l e in m a n y
different ways. You caused a
c o m p a n y to dissolve and you
will b e r e s p o n s i b l e f o r a n y
m o n e y owed to the IRS."
Following sentencing
Wiseley. w h o had served as
director at A B C for about 10
"I apologized to a number
of p e o p l e b e c a u s e these are
the faces I see everyday," an
e m o t i o n a l W i s e l e y told Allen. "I have never denied the
charges. I have betrayed your
Linda Wiseley
trust and nothing can replace
cutor Kyle Legel and assur- the pain I have inflicted on
a n c e s as p a r i of s e n t e n c i n g you. H o w can i ask for your years, was r e m a n d e d to the
that W i s e l e y w o u l d b e per- forgiveness when I can't for- c o u n t y jail to begin s e r v i n g
her sentence.ws
sonally fiable for any money give m y s e l f ? "
— Contact Michael
owed to the IRS, Klee agreed
According to reports from
Jones at 748-4513 or
t o the $ 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 r e s t i t u t i o n the G a y l o r d City Police, the
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• — BHl Swver>y
GAYLORD SENIOR THIRD BASEMAN Brandy Willliams shows perfect defensive position during
Gaylord's doubieheader sweep of Traverse City Central Tuesday.
By J e r e m y S p e e r
Sports Editor
G A Y L O R D — The Gaylord
Softball team has completed one
of its goals.
Following Tuesday's 10-1 and
5-3 sweep of Traverse City Central, the Blue Devils finished in
the upper half of the Big North
Conference standings.
With a 4-6 mark in a league
where three of the six teams are
ranked, Gaylord tied Cadillac
and Traverse City West for third
place.
*The girls are really excited,"
said Gaylord coach Daron Shimel.
"Our next goal is to get to 20 wins
and the next is to win the district."
The Blue Devils (16-9 overall)
responded from a rough sixth inning to play a beautiful seventh in
the second game.
See Blue Devils, p. B4
KT — Jerwny Speer
GIS dub gives kids a running start
By J e r e m y S p e e r
Spots Editor
GAYLORD — Just the thought
of running would send many into a
sweat, whimper or downright fear.
But not at the Gaylord Intermediate School. There, twice a week, more
than 60 youngsters look forward to
running, bouncing around in a crescendo that swells until they line up
outside.
Teachers Melissa Jorgenson and
Nick Nowak take their first few steps,
and they're off, smiling all the way
until they return back at the school
from their three-mile jaunt.
In a society dominated by television and video games, the GIS running
club is helping to teach youngsters
ideals like fitness and hard work.
"The trick is make them think
they're having fun while they work
out," said Jim Tolcr, who founded the
prc^ram in 1995.
This past fall, the Gaylord girls
cross country team had the best season in school history, winning the
Division II state championship and
providing Michigan's Miss Cross
Country, Sloan Secord.
Although they all benefited ftx)m
a strong high school program led by
coach Jeff Kalember, these girls had
a base of running experience before
they even stepped foot in GHS.
A lot can be credited to the GIS
club, where each of the runners on
the Blue Devil team got their start in
Toler's program.
"He has developed an interest in
running with kids,'* Kalember said.
"Incoming freshmen already have
three years of running experience.
Sports like football and basketball
have no problem recruiting athletes.
With cross country, we need the exposure and Jim has gave us this for
many years."
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In the next issue
T.C. C e n t r a l 3
KEY STAT
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Conference
standings
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• J-L Coach
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" T h e girls are
really excited.
O u r n e x t g o a l is
to w i n 20."
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By J e r e m y S p e e r
Sports Editor
CADILLAC — Every moment
from the track regular season leads
to regionals.
Every offseason workout, every
I practice arul every meet are all in
anticipation of today, when track
teams from across the state compete
. for a shot at glory.
I
For the G^lord High and JohanI nesburg-Lewiston girls, it means
i a run at a potential team regional
championship. For the others, it
i means a chance to qualify for the
state meet.
j
" 1 0 0 percent of the focus of this
I season is on the regional m e e C said
j GaylordcoachJeffKalember. "After
I this meet, everything is secondary.
, It's our day where we hope our athj letes shine the brightest."
!
In the initial seeding of their
{ Division 2 regional meet in Cadillac, the Blue Devil girls are seeded
i second, down 20 points to Chip; pewa Hills. It's a large deficit, but
Gaylord is sure to send a number
I of athletes to the state meet, June
, 31 at Zeeland.
ForToler, it all started v^en he was
a sixth-grade teacher when he would
go for a run each day af^er school.
Then he figured, "Why not invite a
couple students to tag along?" From
there, the club was bom.
Athletes in the GIS club not only
run after school a couple times a week,
but they also compete in 5K events
across Northern Michigan.
Toler has retired from teaching,
but still coaches the Gaylord Middle
School cross country team. He is also
a regular at GIS running club practices, where Jorgenson and Nowak
have carried on the torch.
Both are using the club for their
own good, as they plan to run in the
upcoming Bayshore Marathon.
The state championship may have
been the brightest moment for Gaylord
cross country, but spending just 15
minutes with the GIS running club i
provw the future is in good hands.
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track regionals
THE GAYLORD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Running Club takes off during a practice last weel<. The club is a hit with
GIS students and has helped develop Gaylord's cross country and track programs.
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' B-2 • Saturday, May 17, 2008
GHS soccer team can't capitalize on opportunity
By J « r * m y S p e e r
Sports Editor
GAYLORD — Like a pinball m a c h i n c . t h e b a l l k e p t
f i n d i n g itself deep in Cadillac's zone Tuesday.
A n d the C a d i l l a c s o c c e r
defenders stood guard, shielding r e l e n t l e s s p r e s s u r e in a
3-1 victory against G a y l o r d
w h e r e the score d i d n ' t even
begin to tell the story of the
game.
"We had the ball in their
zone probably 80 percent of
the time " said Gaylord coach
Aaron Riley. "Everyone could
see that we w e r e t h e b e t t e r
team, but they made the plays
and that is the beauty of this
game."
Riley's frustration was
* f o u n d e d as for m u c h of the
' game, including nearly the
' entire second half, t h e Blue
' Devils were m a n e u v e r i n g
' near the Cadillac goal.
^
However, a combination of
' the Vikings' staunch defense
and Gaylord's ineffectiveness
* of firing shots on goal led to
' a lot of traffic, but not a lot
* of goals.
"Their defense did a good
* job," Riley said. " B u t we
' didn't do a good j o b of tak' ing good shots."
A c o u p l e of b a n g - b a n g
plays allowed Cadillac (9-5,
' 3-4 Big North C o n f e r e n c e )
to gain a cushion it would not
^ relinquish in the first h a l f
*
After Blue Devil goalkeeper Rose L e B l a n c c a m e
out to m a k e a s t o p , t h e Vikings' Sam Pugh slipped past
and fired an a n g l e d shot for
the first goal, 15 minutes into
the game.
And t h e n a f t e r L e B l a n c
made a couple o f big saves.
Pugh struck gold again,
taking a d v a n t a g e of a third
chance to make it 2 - 0 with 12
minutes remaining.
' T h e girls want to succeed, I
but is a question of whether or !
not they can show up for the
big game," Riley said.
The Blue Devils will look
to r e g r o u p with t h r e e h o m e
games next we e k — against
S u t t o n s Bay, A l p e n a and
Petoskey.
JV t e a m wins anottier pair
GAYLORD
- The
Gaylord j u n i o r varsity soccer
team c o n t i n u e d its w i n n i n g
ways, s t o p p i n g C a d i l l a c 2-1
at h o m e Tuesday.
Kendal Agee scored the
first goal for the Blue Devils,
while Denae Klingler netted
the second.
Coach Dennis Keck credited N i c o l e H o l b r o o k a n d
Rachel Bartow with playing
excellent games.
Keck said the b e st g a m e
of the year to this point was
Thursday's I-0 victory at Traverse City Central.
Kelly Reszka was excellent
The momentum was short- in net, stopping an onslaught
lived, as G a y l o r d ' s offensive of Central shots. Gaylord was
g a m b l i n g a l l o w e d C a d i l l a c able to pull o f f the victory,
to s n e a k in a n d s c o r e with despite missing three starters
less than a m i n u t e left on the because of injury.
Karly Burke placed a beauclock.
" O u r t e a m p l a y e d well," tiful ball on a cross directly to
Riley said. " B u t h o p e f u l l y Agee's head, w h o buried the
this serves as a w a k e - u p call. only goal. Keck added KayWe made three mistakes and leigh O ' C o n n o r p r o v i d e d a
huge spark both offensively
they got three goals."
Gaylord then had another and defensively.
"I a m s o p r o u d of t h e s e
frustrating outcome, failing 40 to league-lead ing Traverse girls," Keck said.
City Central o n the road.
At that point, Gaylord (46, 3-5 BNC) s e e m e d to have
a wake-up call, and began to
increase its pressure.
The frustration g r e w to a
cresendo in the first 30 minutes of the s e c o n d half, when
opportunity after opportunity
went either wide, high, off the
crossbar or in the hands of the
Vikings keeper
T h e Blue D e v i l s f i n a l l y
broke free at t h e 8:42 mark,
when junior N a t a l i e Reszka
launched a perfect c o m e r kick
that junior Katie Hall seized
from a group in the front and
punched in.
Above: Junior Katie Hall battles
a Cadillac defender for position
during Gaylord's 3-1 loss Tuesday.
Left Goalkeeper Rose LeBlanc
comes out to make a play for the
Blue Devils.
HT — Bill Serveny
Reprints
Photos available
online at...
www.gaylordheralcltimes.com.
Baseball Roundup
Bats heat up as Snowbirds rally to top Trojans in game 2
By J e r e m y S p e e r
Sports Editor
'
G A Y L O R D - For o n c e ,
' the St. M a r y b a s e b a l l t e a m
' was on the o t h e r s i d e of the
' fence.
^
After struggling with bad
breaks and s o m e t i m e s strug^ gling baseball for m u c h o f
' the s e a s o n , t h e S n o w b i r d s
' extracted s o m e r e v e n g e in a
7-4 nightcap victory against
• Central Lake T h u r s d a y .
" T h e s a m e t h i n g that h a s
b e e n h a p p e n i n g t o u s all
' season happened to them,"
s a i d St. M a r y c o a c h M a t t
' N o w i c k i . " A n d it's v e r y reCourtaey Photo
• freshing."
THE
GAYLORD
BASEBALL
TEAM
took
second
place
at
last
weekend's
Saginaw
Nouvel
ToumaThe Snowbirds, who
ment. Team memtiers are (front row l-r): Jake Cuca, Andy Cope, Devin 0 Rourke, Mitch Hintz,
lost the first g a m e 6 - 2 , did
Photo cowrtMy of Rob WMtomw Coach Jeromey Cosby, Greg Prusakiewicz, Jake Vaporis. (Back row I-r): (^ach John Rakis, Tim
' a m u c h better j o b o f hitting
t h a n in r e c e n t g a m e s , c o l - SOPHOMORE PETER SPYHALSKI SLIDES in under the tag of Schlaufman, Taylor Ciszewski, James Wagner, Kyle Hervela, Chad Samkowiak, Mark Dunacyzan,
' l e c t i n g big hits o f f C e n t r a l Ellsworth catcher Jarod Steenwyk Tuesday.
Zach Vaporis, Tom Franckowiak, Coach Ted Arkfeld.
"He was I very good
pitcher," N o w i c k , said. " B u t
we put g o o d s w i n g s on t h e
ball and c a p i t a l i z e d o n their
mistakes."
St. M a r y ( 8 - 1 2 , 5 - 9 Ski
' V a l l e y C o n f e r e n c e ) did
'• a g r e a t j o b o f t h a t in t h e
^ third and f o u r t h i n n i n g s ,
• w h e n they s c o r e d all seven
^ of their r u n s .
Senior Joe DeFelice
'• led o f f the t h i r d w i t h a hit
' and e v e n t u a l l y s c o r e d o n a
to toss a c o m p l e t e g a m e . He
allowed f i v e h i t s a n d e,ght
walks, w h i l e striking out
four.
Senior Jared Davis
pitched an e q u a l l y - s t r o n g
g a m e in t h e o p e n e r , surviving an early T r o j a n b a r r a g e
to throw a c o m p l e t e g a m e .
The control artist allowed
seven hits and no walks,
while s t r i k i n g o u t five.
T h e S n o w b i r d s could not
back him u p o f f e n s i v e l y as
M a r y t e a m b a t t l ^ to a f r u s t m t m g spl.t Tuesday a g a m s t
Ellsworth.
The Lancers won the
first g a m e 7-6 b e f o r e the
second g a m e went to the
host S n o w b i r d s took the
second 6-5.
A f t e r Ellsworth took a
7 - 2 lead in t h e f i r s t g a m e ,
. Snowbird'rally came up
just short
hard hit ball by s e n i o r Seth they could only m a n a g e five
• R e i c h a r d that was misplayed hits o f T o f C e n t r a l Lake ace
' by t h e s h o r t s t o p .
R y a n C r a w l e y , o n e of t h e
'
A f t e r s o p h o m o r e M a t , league's top hurlers.
" C h u r c h e s was hit by a pitch,
St. M a r y s c o r e d b o t h
R e i c h a r d and p i n c h r u n n e r o f i t s r u n s in t h e s i x t h
' T r a v i s B e c k e r s c o r e d on w h e n R e i c h a r d s i n g l e d
• a h o t s h o t b y s e n i o r M a t t a n d C h u r c h e s w a s hit b y
' Foster that w a s b o b b l e d by a p i t c h , b e f o r e s c o r i n g on
' the Central L a k e third b a s e - R B I s f r o m Fostet; and D a man.
vis. R e i c h a r d h a d t w o hits
St. M a r y c o n t i n u e d t o to lead t h e t e a m .
take advantage of Central
N o w i c k i w a s h a p p y with
Lake m i s c u e s in t h e f o u r t h , how his t e a m played followw h e n P e t e r " J u i c e " S p y - ing an h o u r a n d a half t e a m
h a l s k i led t h i n g s o f f w i t h m e e t i n g W e d n e s d a y .
a single and was doubled
"We are able to clear
h o m e by D e F e l i c e . Will s o m e t h i n g s and I really
T o m a s k i w a l k e d b e f o r e t h i n k it h e l p e d , " h e s a i d .
Reichard singled DeFelice "The k i d s k n o w they have
in. T o m a s k i a n d R e i c h a r d to play h a r d a n d t a k e things
f i n a l l y w e r e c h a s e d in o n seriously.**
a hit by C h u r c h c s that w a s
The Snowbirds coma g a i n m i s p l a y e d b y t h e p e t e in t h e M o u n t Pleasant
shortstop.
Sacred Heart Tournament
T h a t w a s all S p y h a l s k i Saturday b e f o r e traveling to
n e e d e d , a s h e c a l m e d t h e B e l l a i r e M o n d a y in the Ski
h a r d - h i t t i n g T r o j a n b a t s . Valley f i n a l e .
Spyhalski b o u n c e d back
f r o m a r o u g h f i r s t i n n i n g S t Mary 6 4 ,
w h e r e h e g a v e u p t w o r u n s EHaworth 7 - S
^ A Y L O R D — T h e St.
o n two hits a n d t w o w a l k s .
' ' ' ^ J u n i o r Ty K n a p p a n d D o r e t ' i n n i n g t h e s e c o n d
Kw
w aa pp ii ss <
e a c h had three hits I l - l .
K
The H o r n e t s then again
c a m e f r o m b e h i n d to t a k e
the s e c o n d g a m e 7 - 3 .
"It's the s t o r y o f our seas o n " s a i d J - L c o a c h Rick
G u i l d . - W e c a n ' t get o v e r
that h u m p But we played
very well and that first g a m e
m o s t well-
in t h e d o u b l e h e a d e r , w i t h
K w a p i s c o l l e c t i n g a pair of
RBIs.
Smith a d d e d an RBI douhie in the s e c o n d g a m e .
J-L ( 1 0 - 1 2 , 6 - 1 0 Ski Valley C o n f e r e n c e ) t r a v e l s to
P o s e n in a n o n c o n f e r e n c e
battle M o n d a y .
J u n i o r Austin L a w n i c h a k p l a y e d h i g h s c h o o l g a m e s
117 m
and s o p h o m o r e Phil Spyhal- I ' v e s e e n in a w h i l e . B o t h T.C. C e n t r a M 7 - l u ,
ski c o m b i n e d to pitch, with
S p y h a l s k i t o s s i n g 1 2/3 inn i n g s o f h i t l e s s relief.
Senior Jared Davjs went
2-for-3 with two RBIs for
the S n o w b i r d s , w h i l e senior
Seth R e i c h a r d w a s 2 - f o r - 3
with an RBI. Lawnichak
and seniors Matt Foster
and Alvin Sitkiewicz had
doubles.
Foster e a r n e d the w i n in
teams were ma ing grea
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He a l l o w e d j u s t o n e hit and
one walk, before departing
b e f o r e t h e f i f t h b e c a u s e of
m i n o r a r m s o r e n e s s and an
ankle he hurt on a sliding
play.
Senior Tyler S m i t h , w h o
the n i g h t c a p , p i t c h i n g well
had made three dazzling
t h r o u g h a t h r e e - r u n f i r s t inp l a y s at s h o r t s t o p e a r l i e r ,
ning.
e n t e r e d t h e g a m e in r e l i e f
Sitkiewicz scored the
and pitched well d e s p i t e the
g a m e - w i n n i n g r u n on a hit
Pellston rally in t h e sixth.
by p i t c h , s a c r i f i c e by Peter
J-L's only r u n c a m e
S p y h a l s k i and t h r o w i n g erearly in t h e g a m e w h e n seror.
nior M i t c h R e e d laid d o w n
Lawnichak and Peter
a perfect suicide squeeze
S p y h a l s k i b o t h tripled.
that s c o r e d f r e s h m a n J o h n
Cook.
P0llrton 2-7,
G u i l d c r e d i t e d R e e d and
J-L 1 - 3
senior Stan Kwapis with
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b a s e b a l l t e a m h a s d r o p p e d plays in that g a m e .
enouBh o n e - r u n Barnes t h i s
Reed and Smith comt w s o n t o U s ? ^ iffetime
b i n e d t o p i t c h in t h e s e c It h a p p e n e d a g a i n t o ' t h e o n d g a m e , w i t h t h e C a r d i C a r d i n a l s T h u r s d a y , a s a nals g i v i n g u p an^early 2-1
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Q . Y L O R D — Traverse
City Central clinched the
n i o Wnrth C o n f e r e n c e basebaH . 2 w U h a ^
„ thumoini! of Gaylord
Tuesdav
Tuesday^
T h e T r o j a n s (9-1 B N C )
rolled to a pair of mercy
wins.
Taylor C i s z e w s k i and
C h a d S a m k o w i a k split the
p i t c h i n g d u t i e s f o r the Blue
Devils ( 8 - 1 9 , O-IO B N C ) in
the f i r s t g a m e .
Tom Franckowiak and
Ciszewski had Gaylord's
only hits.
G r e g P r u s a k i e w i c z went
t h e d i s t a n c e in t h e s e c o n d
game for the Blue Devils,
C i s z e w s k i d o u b l e d to account for the team's only
hit.
Gaylord 2 - 1 1 ,
Whlttamore-PrMCOtt 4-1
G A Y L O R D — The
G a y l o r d b a s e b a l l t e a m split
a doubleheader with Whittemore-Prescott Thurirfay
The Blue Devils (9-20)
Chad Samkowiak earned
a complete-game victory m
the n i g h t c a p , a l l o w m g j u s t
three hits and two walks,
w h i l e s t r i k i n g o u t two.
Gaylord's offense exploded for four runs apiece
n t h e s e c o n d a n d f o u r t h innings.
Mitch Hintz, Bobby Kraj e w s k i and Taylor Ciszewski
had RBI hits in t h e s e c o n d ,
while Kyle Hervela and
A n d y C o p e had RBI hits in
the f o u r t h
Tom Franckowiak and
Zach Vaporis added RBIs
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H e r v e l a led G a y l o r d
with two hits, including a
double.
Whittemore-Prescott's
t h r e e r u n s in t h e t o p o f the
f i r s t i n n i n g f o r g e d a lead it
would not relinquish.
After that first, Francko w i a k s e t t l e d d o w n nicely,
allowing eight hits and no
walks, while striking out
f i v e in s e v e n i n n i n g s of
work.
G a y l o r d a d d e d nine hits
o f its o w n a s F r a n c k o w i a k
led the w a y w i t h t h r e e hits,
including a double. Tim
S c h l a u f m a n a d d e d an R B I
double while Jake Vaporis
also doubled.
T h e B l u e D e v i l s are back
in action Monday, wheti they
host K a l k a s k a . G a y l o r d also
hosts Charlevoix on Thursday.
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and former St. Mary graduate
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S4 JS; 9. Ryan Coopef. (laying S4.90; 10. Josh Kurtz. Spnngs 11-6; 5. Dylan HeKOti Hartiot Sfinngs 11-6; 7. fkiCH; Mand likes 1.04J%9. KaMyn fotia R 1:0541; And Caroa Petoskey 9-0:3. Jamie Btonom, Si Ignace
has landed sports m e d i c i n e
4. Cane Gammon. F^toksey 8-6; 4. Brtanna OhK
10. QiseSmoienyak.Oiarle«m 1:05.97.
O n Jacksoa ChH)oy9an 10^ 8. PMI Meyers, Inland
Owboy^an SSD3.
internships in both as he will
Inland liics ^ 4. Kai Jo Marshal. Si Ignace
7.
aoOIMitv to: I.Tiey Graham. HaitorSpiings 2:0100; Ukes 10^ & Oan Boersema^ R KM); 10. Max BianiedK, l O D I M w • » : 1. Caidyn Rme^ Harbor Spnngs
ShaunaSpendey.ChartnwMc 7. Aleandra Taylor.
2J6.00; 2. Moly Touran. F^tukey 227 JO: 3. Margaret
travel b e t w e e n Detroit and
Ourtewn 94( 10. Landon M m M Si tgnace M
2,Nid(Wn¥™fi;Chartewa2fll.60: S.DewkHennni
PenskeyS^ 7.NkoleEknbtaaSilgnace&4.
Liederbadi PeiDdcy 228X0; 4. Maria Kula GayM
PitDstey KI2I10; 4. Slaee Hennin^ PVRHkey 2 ^ 0 ) ; 5. 11QM NyrdtaE 1. Iicy Cnngeyn Cheboygan 1 S.43;
South B e n d t h r o u g h o u t the
10QM Hunlci 1. Seleru Mesec Sault Ste. Mane
iason [kudgt Grayling 2{>4.31:6. Enc Butlay, Ouriewm I Justin Utswi; Pefeton 16.04; 3. Kyle NcmwK Harbor 2J2.10; S. Ta Penfcid, PtlDskey 232JC( 6. BrDOke
16.72; 2. Megan Bruniquel htarK) Ukes 17.04; 3. Jenna summer and early fall.
Springs 16.46;4.NateGokwidvOuilevw 16.72; S.Ryan Amokl Gaytoid 232.90; 7. Mn Sari Sauk Sle. Mane
2aJ0; 7. Jaw) Goodnch. Pwjskey 2fl7.00; a Traw
Zaborewski. Gaytoid 173(t 4. Cartye Schee^ Gaytord
Howard. PelDskey 2.'07;00; 9, WHhelm, Reosiey 20.80; Gapinsiii. Gaytoid 16.90; 6. Shane Spm^ Si Igtuce 17 JO; 2:33J30; 8. NkuJe lijw, Harbor Springs 233iXI; 9. Pwton
"It was a shot in the d a r k "
17.47; 5. RaiM Serafini. F^noskey 17 J l ; 6. Megan
10. (jiiin Hamlin. Gray4irtg2:10iX>.
7. Eiof Drake. Pnskey 17J0; 8. Carl Hansen. PeiDskey BiwTV Sauk Ste. Marie 234.00; i a Stoan SecDid. Ga)4oid
Blasius said. "It is the best situKennedy, R 17i3;7.KayiaGustn. Si Ignace 17.90: a
2:37A
1753; & PM Meyers Inland Lakes 17.72; 10. Brad
1600 M M r I t o : I. Dmk Hennn^ Petosloy 4 J70};
I W ) MtMr MM: 1. Amber Kassuba. Gaytord 530.00; HaieyMcMahon.Grayirg 18.15; 9. Heather Beaudom. Si ation I could imagine."
Murphy, Penskey 18.11.
2.1ecAdams.Ha(1)orSpnn9s4:28.00; 3.BbMH«v«n4
Ignacel823;10. KattlynFisheiR 1&41.
Z Moly louraa F^noskey 535.40c 3. Samanitia Hun
300M H u r t K 1. Trey Cnngeyet Oteboygan 40i0; I
P«DSkey4.34,IXI:4.tnc6od8y.OB(1«voc(4:34.10; 5,
B l a s i u s is s c h e d u l e d to
Gaytord 536iXI; 4. Stoan SeoKt Giytonj 537.00c 5. AMa 300M H w a u 1. SelenaMesei; SauK Ste. Mane 49.35;
jBon Dnjdge. Grayling 43S.09; 6. Trey Goham, Harbor Oaytcm Bethke. Hartnr Springs 4323; 3. Justin Utznei
graduate in D e c e m b e r from
Murphy,
HarborSprings
5:44.00;
6.
Margaret
Liedeitach,
2. Jenna ZaboroNMio, Gaytoid S 1.00; 3. Katelyn Fortin. J-l
Spnn9s4:3S.OO;7-AJa&uday,OurievQa4:38.70; 8.Nick PeHston 43.44; 4. Nate Gotomti. Chartevw 43.60; S. Bkct
Hope, where he finished eligiPetnkey5:46.70; 7. Jessica HaM, HartwSpilngs 5:49a:( 51.73; 4. Amy Biegannvski. Petoskey 51X); 5. Kenten
D(^PKosk(y43J0; 6. Kyle NoweKHart)or Springs
Mmmei, Chailewix 4:4S.60; 9. Nate tsmond. I^toskey
43.99; 7. Tims StCT, Gaylonj 44.70; 8. Calet) UCznei Si & Aina Ohaseleer, Ouriewix 5:51.09; 9. Mioeta KeHy. Si Gokee, Haibor Spmgs 5322:6. Nule Bmblad. St Ignace bility last season as a standout
4:55.00; 10 OmsCrongeyet Chebi^fgan 4:S9.X.
53.95; 7. Megan Kennedy, R 54J5; 8. Jamie lopfi Si
Igiace 44.90; 9. Brad Murphy. F^toksey 46i3; 10. Shane lgnace553A)E iaAmyBieganmnklPEntlcy556.30.
UOOMiterRun 1.]ecMams,Hart)orSprin959-i3.00;
defensive back.
3200 ktetar I t o : 1. Ante Kassuba. Gaylord 12119; 2. Mary 55.40; 9. Kdtefyn Fishei J-4.5559; 10. Becca PetrlSpm4Sllgnace47.15.
2. Blaise Hennn^FMoskry 10122; 3.DerekHe(vwig,
Samantha Huni Gaytord 12:11; 3. MolylDuian. Petoskey Buithart. Inland Lakes 55.99.
He may not be playing in the
FyttHkey 10:12; 4. Ma Buday. Chartewm 10:13; S. Dan 400M
1. Ourtevoo 46.10; 2. Cheboygan 46.36;
12:13;
4.
Skian
SeconL
Gaytoid
U14;
5.
Jesska
Hai
H
400M (May: I Gaytord 52JO; 2. Graykng 54.10; 3. Sault NFL, but he'll be doing the next
tor, FWoskey 10:17; 6, EncSoday, OiarlewB 10-^3; 7. 3. Petoskey 46.40; 4. Gaytoid 46J0; S Gra)4ng 46.50; 6.
Harbor Sprii^ 1221; 6. Margaret Liedeibac}i.Pe(DSlry
Ste. Marie 55.10; 4. H 55.16; 5. Si Ignace 5533; 6 Inland
Jason Drudge. Graying 1026; 6. Nick Mmmer, Charlesnx Stlgrace46.S6:7.R47i35;8.PHIston47j5; 9.Hartior
best thing, helping out with Li1226; 7. Kabe Hoftnan. Hartnr Springs 1234; 8. Aim
56.39; 7. Petoskey 56.62:8. Pelstsn 5647; 9.
10-J7; 9. AnJrew Oldv Gaytoid 10:42; 10. Jayden Hes- Spri^ 47.99; K). Inland Ljkes 48X)3.
ons home games and even travMuiphy, Harbor Spring 12:43; 9. Rachad Bnshabet
Harbor Springs S 7 ^ 10 Si Mary 58.30.
sebnk. Gdyloid 10:56; 11. Brian Kenny. Petoskey 11 Dl; 1LSOOM i W ^ r 1. Owlewo 1:35.10; I Owtnygan
Harbor
Spnngs
13D5;
10
Amy
Bwganowsld,
PettkSiey
aOOMIMifl.Gaytord 1:50.15; 2. Graykng 151.77.
MichaH1bpp.SlMaryll:06.
eling with them to a preseason
1:36.02; 3, Prtoskey 137.00; 3. Harbor Spnngs l:37.0(t
13fi7.
3.Rl:54.00;4.Ch«1ewixl54.16;5.Sau(tSte.Mane
Shot Put 1. Trevor (jle. Owtewix 4S-11; 1. Ray FoJWt. S, R1:37.16; 6. PeHston 1J7 J8; 7, Si Ignace 1J8J3;
game in Cincinnati.
1:56.00; 6. Inland likes 1:56.S2; 7. Si Ignace 1:57.70:
Hart»rSpnn9s4S-S. 3. UanLett^Graying43-%4.1^ 8. Gaytonj 140,00; 9. Inland Lakes 1:40.60; 10. Grayling SIM Put 1. Mctorla Buhr. Cheboygan 38<l; I Coral
"I'll b e working with the
Gilfha Pribton 34^ 3. Keiby limm. F^toskey 334)5; 4. 8. Harbor Spnngs 1 a.00; 9. Petoskey 1:5823; 10 Si
Stoppeigosh, ChdrievoB 42-0; 5. Kenny PrcMKt Petoskey 1.48.4S.
players a n d c o a c h i n g staff,
41-8;6.ArTonSifloeMttSlMafy41-i5; 7.Demckfemv 160QM IMqr 1. Grayling 3:3457; 2. Cheboy9an 3 J6.90: Btaii Secord, Gaytoid 31-9; 5. Shelby Oak Sauit Stfc Marie Mary2fll57,
ton
Gay«r9l1S-1;&Ottai0tl^iodcy114OJ; 7.MKt
Hansea Gaytod 1KKD; 8. Eilc Birfi, K iar-3; 9. l i M i
(i«e Ouriewobi KF-IOiS; 10 J«nes Henvnt. CMwygin 107-0; 11. Nkk Nagufka. Hifter Sprtigi K5-7i.
Cheboygan 40^ 8. Matt Hansen. Gayto(d4(M; 9. Woce
D'Agostino 39-S; 10. Bill Foley, Chartewix 38-9.75.
Otacui: 1. Ray Fosttr, Hartw Springs 130-10; 2. Kyte
. Jones, Charlevoa 128-1; 3. Kenny ProwaPetoskey
126-9:4. Duain Sdwtl Graying 121-10; S. Maa Letts.
3. Hatter Spongs 338.00:4. Petoskpy 3:40i)0; 5. Si
Ignace 3:4157; 6. Pension 3:45.99; 7. R 3:47.16; 8. Si
Mary 355.53; 9. Gaytord 3592a
31-3:6.0irlsiieTherTtin.Sllgnace3M;7.CartyeSctKet,
Gaytord 30-105; 8. Mca Ijfrtnefe, Cheboygan 30-45;
9. Owlsea Bosiey, Si Ignaa 30-35; 10 Kara P»tem.
PelflDn29-iaS.
leoOMWar 1.Petoskey4:15.90; 2. Harbor Spnngs
42100; 3. Sault Stfc Marie 423.00; 4. Gaytoid 427.00; 5.
R4:34,75; 60»riewo(4:37.08;7,lntaidlifces4:38B7;
7. PelslDii 5:05i9; 8. Si Mary 509.76
DIkik 1. Coni Grftt. FHston 93-Ct 2. Kerby lamm
To report your times, or to have your school in this event,
doing taping and treatment."
Blasius said. "It will be a lot of
grunt work to start out. but I'm
excited."
Blasius was allowed the op-
e-mailjeremyagaylordheraldtimes.com
Troy Blasius
portunity through a contact he
met at Hope who works with
the New England Patriots. He
encouraged Blasius to apply to
NFL teams and he send his application out to eight. The Lions
called back and offered him a
position.
In addition, Blasius also
sent out his resume to Notre
Dame, who also offered him
a position to work with their
s u m m e r elite sports c a m p s ,
where high school athletes in
multiple sports descend upon
South Bend.
"1 lo\'e sports and especially
football." Blasius said. "TTiis is
a great opportunity."
B l a s i u s is t h e s o n of
Larry and Patricia Blasius of
Gaylord.
Softball Roundup
Snowbirds improve to take nightcap Thursday
G A Y L O R D — T h e St. base, some girls struggled, but hits, while striking out seven.
Collecting the only hits for
Mary softball team split a dou- we'll work harder at practice
bieheader Ski Valley Confer- and work through the rest of the Snowbirds was Grace Westerman, Daugherty and Wumence game with Central Lake the season."
Westerman had three hits mel with Wummel scoring the
losing the first game 8-6, and
while Aimee Isaacson had two only run.
winning the second 8-3.
During the sixth and sev- hits with a double. O ' C o n n o r
enth inning of the first game, added two hits while Jennifer Pellston 7-12.
j-l6-2
the Snowbirds put together five Wummel had one hit.
P E L L S T O N — T h e Jo— Kelly Chandler
runs, but just couldn't get the
hannesburg-Lewiston Softball
bat going enough to defeat the
team had one of the Ski Valley
S t Mary 1-9.
Trojans.
Conference's top teams on the
Freshman Carolyn Burzyn- Ellsworth 6-4
G A Y L O R D — Light hit- ropes Thursday, before a late
ski started the game pitching
three innings, taking the loss. ting cost the St. M a r y soft- Pellston rally allowed the HorKrista Ellison f i n i s h e d the ball team the first game of a nets to slip out with a win.
Pellston defeated the CarTuesday doubleheader against
game.
Senior Airiiee Isaacson had Ellsworth, but the Snowbirds dinals 7-6 in game one, before
taking a 12-2 decision in the
a big game for the Snowbirds responded in game two.
Lancer pitcher Kim Hoek- nightcap.
(13-9, 8-6 SVC) with a triple,
Five errors were the downsingle and t w o r u n s . Junior sema held the S n o w b i r d s to
Caitlin O ' C o n n o r added three three hits in the 6-1 o p e n e r fall of the Cardinals in the first
hits, while junior Sam Daugh- before St. Mary's offense woke g a m e a s s o p h o m o r e M a r y
Schlicher continued to pitch
erty had two hits and two runs. up in a 9-4 nightcap win.
"Against the same pitcher, well. She gave up just six hits
Mariah Beyer, Jennifer Wummel and G r a c e W e s t e r m a n our girls came fired up in the and t w o e a r n e d r u n s , while
accounted for the Snowbirds' second game," said St. Mary striking out four.
Pellston scored two runs in
coach Abe Cruz. "I was very
other hits.
Coach Abe C r u z said his proud of the girls not giving the bottom of the seventh to
win the game.
team has been getting off to a up and playing hard."
Junior Ashlie H o u s e was
St. Mary scored three runs
slow start, playing better in the
apiece in the Tirst, third and 2-for-3 with two RBls to lead
second game of late.
the C a r d i n a l s , w h i l e senior
"It's taking us a game to get fourth innings to win.
Senior Aimee Isaacson and E m i l y Jo C o u r t e r i e r w a s 2going " Cruz said. " W e need
to start getting the first game j u n i o r S a m D a u g h e r t y each for-4. Junior Nikki O r m s b e e
had a double and single to pace added a hit and two RBls while
victory."
In the s e c o n d g a m e , the the offense, with Isaacson scor- j u n i o r Christina W i n k e l m a n
S n o w b i r d s w e r e in t h e lead ing three times and Daugherty and Schlicher each added RBI
hits.
every inning with sophomore twice.
Courterier took the loss in
Jennifer W u m m e l , Mattie
Krista Ellison pitching. Ellison
had eight strike outs, giving up Forcier and Caitlin O ' C o n n o r the second game ,with Schlieach added two hits, while Kai- c h e r a n d H o u s e p i t c h i n g in
six hits.
St. Mary took t h e lead in tlyn Broz and Brittany Oehlers relief House was 2-for-3 with
a r u n , while C o u r t e r i e r and
the first inning 3-0 when Wes- each had one.
Carolyn Burzynski started Schlicher had RB! hits.
t er man, Mattie Forcier, and
The Cardinals (8-14, 4-12
O ' C o n n o r e a c h scored. The and earned the victory, pitchTrojans were history after that, ing four innings and allowing SVC) are at Posen Monday.
scoring only t w o r u n s in the just t w o hits. Krista Ellison
bottom of the sixth inning and provided relief, going two in- Alba 20-17,
nings, while allowing just one Van(tortim9-6
one in the top o f the seventh.
VANDERBILT — Visiting
"We really started hitting hit.
Ellison also pitched the f u ^ Alba took two f r o m Vanderthe ball better and bunting,"
Cni2 said. "All the girls got on g a m e , and only allowed six biU Tuesday, beating the Yel-
Photo Courtesy o1 Rot) DeForge • RD Spons Photo
ST. MARY JUNIOR Jennifer Wummel stretches out to beat a
throw to first during a split against Central Lake Thursday.
lowjackets 20-9 a n d 17-6 in
Northern Lakes C o n f e r e n c e
Softball action.
Senior Katie White pitched
the first game for Vanderbilt
(3-11, 3-5 N L C ) a n d struck
out four. She also had a hit and
scored three runs.
Junior J a m i e Dudley and
eighth-grader Lynsey Kassuba
each had two hits for the Yellowjackets, while Seara CJreen
had a two-run hit.
White relieved Kristina
Drayton in the n i g h t c a p and
took the loss. Dudley was 2for-3 with a triple while Sam
Jones had an RBI hit.
HartNKUgtit 15-17,
Vandert>»t4-1
P E T O S K E Y — The Vanderbilt softball t e a m started
strong, but c o u l d n ' t keep up
with a g o o d H a r b o r Light
Christian t e a m T h u r s d a y at
Waterfix)nt Park in Petoskey
The Yellowjackets (3-13.
3-7 Northern L a k e s Conference) jumped ahead 3-0 in the
first inning of the first game,
but ended up falling 15-4. The
Lady Swordsmen took a 17-1
victory in game two.
Vanderbilt's Seara Green
opened the first game with a
walk and she was driven in on
an RBI single by Jamie Dudley.
Dudley was then drove home
by Sam Jones, who later stole
home.
The g a m e was close until
the fifth, when Harbor Light
stormed for eight runs.
Still, Vanderbilt coach Stuart Clark thought his team did
well defensively.
"We took care of our bugaboo of errors," Clark said. "We
played at a beautiful field that
was in beautiful condition and
1 think the giris really picked
up their play."
Katie White took the loss in
the circle, striking out four.
Kristina Drayton suffered
the loss in the second game and
was relieved by Dudley.
Vanderbilt's only run came
in the third when Jones singled,
stole second and was driven
home by Drayton.
PB's abound
for J-L boys
track squad
JOHANNESBURG - A
number of personal-best times
were achieved by the Johannesburg-Lewiston boys track
team Monday at a home meet
in Johannesburg.
The J-L 400m relay (47.05)
and 8(X)m relay (1:37.16) both
took first, while the I600m re'lay placed second.
On the individual side, senior Eric Bush had a personalbest in the discus, with a throw
of 107-3. Bush added a fourthplace in the shot put.
Senior Dan Boersema also
had a personal best in the pole
vault (10-0), which was good
for fourth.
Sam Jones took third in the
200m dash, while Curtis VanDoren was fifth in the 200m
dash and Kyle Hauff fifth in
the 800m run.
JLMS track wins
home invitational
JOHANNESBURG — T h e
Johannesburg-Lewiston middle
school track and field team
took first-place in its own invitational Tuesday, beating 10
other schools.
Abby Schlicher's first-place
pole vault of 6-3 set a school
record.
Taking second for the Cardinals was Nicole Bush (800m
run) and M e r i d i t h D e L u c a
(70m dash, 200m dash) while
third-place finishes went to Allicia Rondo (high j u m p ) , the
400m relay of Mady H e ^ TJ.
Gardner, Amanda Nickert and
Miranda House and the 800m
relay of Hannah Huff, Amanda
Nickert, Shawna G a l e h o u s e
and Tiffany Nickert.
Gaylord Herald Times Scholar-Athlete of the Week
Profiles of the area's young people wtw excel in .both academics and athletics.
AMIton OaUica
NAME: Allison DeLuca
TIAM; J-L track
OTHER SPORT: Volleytjall
GRADE: Sophonnore
GIVk: 3.97
MRENTS: Tad and Kay DeLuca
MOVIE: Harry Potter
MUSK GROUP; Daughtry
WEBSITE: www.eurosport.com
FOOD: Spaghetti
ATHLETE: David Beckham
HOBBIES: Horseback ridirtg, writir)g, reading
PLANS AFHR GRADUATKM: Attend
college to pursue career in jjeconv
ing a veterrurian.
COACH KEVM KETMEDY^ 'She Is
just a great kid. She K quiet, but is
a very hard worker. She is a great
asset to our team and she is very
good scholastically.'
NOTABLE: DeLuca Is a member
of the Cardinals' highly-successful
3200m and 1600m relays, whkh
both have a chance at qualifying
for the state firials.
JBaSenoriia.
Congratulations
Athlete
of the Week
m e x i c a n - r e s t a u r a n t s
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Qaylord Herald Times
B-4 • Saturday, May 17. 2006
Blue Devils sweep Trojans at home GHS, J-L girls eye big
showing at Reglonals
C o n t from B1
missing last week because o f
Errors led to the T r o j a n s the chicken pox.
Eight of the n i n e B l u e
tying the game 3-3 in the sixth
b e f o r e j u n i o r c e n t e r f i e l d e r Devil hitters r e c o r d e d b a s e
Abi Brink threw out a runner hits, with the ninth. Powers,
trying to score and sophomore w a l k i n g t h r e e t i m e s . B a u p i t c h e r Liz B a u m a n s t r u c k m a n h a d a d o u b l e t o g o
along with two hits, while
out the next batter.
T h o s e e v e n t s s e e m e d to Williams added two singles.
shit^ momentum back in favor Senior Gail Hildebrant a d d e d
of the h o m e team, as seniors a double in the win. S h i m e l
Brandy Williams a n d D a n i - credited senior Andrea Heuelle Powers led o f f t h e sev- m a n n with playing excellent
enth with a single and walk, in right field.
Things were much more
respectively. W i l l i a m s t h e n
stole third as Powers m o v e d breezy in the opening g a m e ,
up to third before junior Sarah as B a u m a n cruised to the vicSalyer hit a s a c r i f i c e fly to tory. S h e pitched a c o m p l e t e
s c o r e W i l l i a m s a n d m o v e game, allowing four hits and
P o w e r s over. O n t h e n e x t two walks, while striking out
pitch, j u n i o r J e s s i c a G r e e n nine.
W i l l i a m s had a b a n n e r
smacked a ground ball to secgame, collecting a triple and
ond, which scored Powers.
"It was p e r f e c t ball," double, while Powers had
Shimel said. "We had to do a d o u b l e , s i n g l e a n d t h r e e
something to respond and we RBIs. Green also had an RBI
double.
did."
" O u r whole lineup is hitBauman then m a d e quick
work of Central in the sev- ting right now, top to bottom,"
enth, getting two s t r i k e o u t s Shimel said. "We need to keep
as the Trojans went d o w n in it up."
T h e Blue Devils will b e
order.
B a u m a n p i t c h e d a n o t h e r a m o n g a 12-team field Sature x c e l l e n t g a m e , a l l o w i n g day at the Tawas Invitational,
six hits and no walks, while b e fo re hosting Kalkaska and
striking out seven. It was her Charlevoix in a pair of tough
first doubleheader back since doubleheaders next week.
Other local teams will hope
C o n t from B1
thinks have a good shot are to send individuals onto the resenior Sloan Secord (3200m gional. Gaylord junior Bradan
r u n ) , s e n i o r M a r i a K u l k a Tuszynski is the only realistic
{ 8 0 0 m r u n ) , j u n i o r A m b e r contender for the boys, as he is
looking for success in the I (X)ni
Kassuba (1600m run), junior
dash and the long jump.
Samantha Hunt (3200m run),
The J-L boys qualified both
s o p h o m o r e Savannah H y p i o
( 2 0 0 m d a s h , 4 0 0 m d a s h ) , sprint relays last season, and
sophomore Brittney Deerfield coachTony Fortin is hoping for
(100m dash, long j u m p ) and the same kind of success.
"We fmally have our team
the 4 0 0 m , 800m and 3 2 0 0 m
all together." Fortin said. "All 1
relays.
J o h a n n e s b u r g - L e w i s t o n ask is that the boys go out and
girls c o a c h Kevin K e n n e d y run their best."
At St. Mary, who also comalso feels his team will be very
successful at the Division 4 re- petes at Bellaire, coach Richard Goepp Is hoping for strong
gional at Bellaire.
Above: Junior
" W e ' r e a very m u l t i - t a l - performances out of sprinter
Clay Becker, distance runner
Abi Brink takes
e n t e d t e a m , " Kennedy said.
Michael Topp, t h r o w e r Ara swing in Gay"We were very successful last
ron Sitkiewicz, hurdler Jamie
lord's victory.
year and w e may have even
Topp and high jumper Jessica
more depth this year."
Schmidlin.
Lett: Senior
Last year, the C a r d i n a l s
Grayling, who competes at
Danielle Powers qualified for the states-in f j v e
rounds second
events and Kennedy would like the Division 3 meet at Benzie
base and Is
to see even more make it to the Central, has had s o m e solid
looking to make finals at Grand Rapids Forest sprinters this season with Isaac
VanNuck, Hailey M c M a h o n
it to third.
Hills Eastern.
and Rachel Ward eying state
The Cardinals are a favorite
HT - Bitl S«fveny
final appearances.
to win the team competition.
Jason Drudge is alsi^ a war' i f we can throw down the
personal bests we've been run- rior in the middle distances and
ning, we'll be right there," Ken- could end up at the state meet
at Comstock Park.
nedy said.
Sports Schedule [ j|.jpie jhreat boys basketball camp June 9-11 at GHS
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May
BASEBALL/SOFTBALL
St. Mary at Mount Pleasant Sacred
Heart Invrtational. TBA
SOFTBALL
Gaylord at Tawas invitational. 9 a.m.
TRACK REGlOriALS
Gaylord at Division 2 at Cadillac. 9
a.m.
Grayling at Division 3 at Benzie Cental, 9 a.m.
St. Mary/J-L at Division 4 at Bellaire,
9 a.m.
YOUTH SOCCER {U-14gif1s)
Gaykxd Storm vs. Petoskey Flames.
12:30 p.m.
Gaylord Tsunami vs. Petoskey Rames,
2 p.m.
Gaytord Storm vs. Hartxir Springs
R^i^, 3:30 p.m.
Gaytord Tsunami vs. Glen Lake. 3:30
p.m.
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GAYLORD — The fourth-annual Triple Threat
Individual skills basketball camp will take place June
9-11 at Gaylord High School for boys ages 10 to 15.
The camp mns from 9 a.m.-noon each day and
is led by GHS basketball coaches Pat Enders and
J a s o n Wetss. Each camper will receive a ball and
T-shin.
Cost is $40. Students can pick up a registration
form at Gaylord Intermediate School.
Monday, May 19
BASEBALL/SOFTBALL
VandertMit at Wolverine, 4 p.m.
J-LatPosen, 4:30 p.m.
St. Mary at Bellaire. 4:30 p.m.
Grayling at Roscommon, 4:30 p.m.
Kalkaska at Gaylord, 4:15 p.m.
JV BASEBALL/SOFTBAU
Roscommon at Grayling, 4:30 p.m.
Gaykxd at Kalkaska. 4:15 p.m.
SOCCER
Grayling at Hartw Springs. 5 p.m.
For more information, contact Enders at 732-
Sports Briefs
day. Tuition includes a T-Shirt and self Improvement
follow-up program.
For more information, contact KBIII Parker at
731-0969 (school) or 732-3434 (home). Information can also be attained at www.gaylordhighschool.
org/athletics.
Youth football registration
GAYLORD — Gaylord will again be offering a flag
football program this fall. The program is open to all
children entering first through sixth-grade this fall.
Basketball Skills Camp
Players can register online at www.nflyouthfootball.
GAYLORD — St. Mary varsity basketball coaches
com. The cost for online registration is just $45 and it
Chris McKenzle and Dale J a c o b will conduct a basincreases to $55 if registering In person. Registration
ketball skills clinic for boys and girls in kindergarten
forms are located at Catt Development (across from
through 12tti-grade June 12-14 at St. Mary School.
Secretary of State) Monday through Friday. For those
The clinic will be divided into three different
children new to the program, a copy of birth certifitimes — kindergarten through second-grade from
cate is required.
8:30 a.m.-IO a.m., third through sixth-grade from
Registration ends July 23 and anyone register10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and seventh through 12th-grade
ing thereafter will be put on a waiting list with the
from 1-3:30 p.m.
fee increasing to $65. For more information, contact
Cost is $25 per child, which includes a camp TBonnie Miller at 370-0452 or Kristle Taubltz at
shlrt.
732-9722 ext. 8.
Please send registration forni and check payable
There also is a tackle football program new this
to St. Mary Athletics to St. Mary Cathedral School,
year, open to all students entering sixth grade. Stu321 N. Otsego Ave, Gaylord, Ml 49735. Deadline to
dents who aren't familiar with football are highly-recregister is May 30 and please bring a water bottle
ommended to sign up for flag football, however.
and gym shoes to camp each day. This clinic is open
9455.
to students of all schools.
Tuesday. May 20
BASEBALL/SOFTBALL
Horseshoe season begins
Fairview at J-L, '4:30 p.m.
GAYLORD — The sound of horseshoes hitting
BASEBALL
metal stakes will be heard at the Otsego County
Alpena at Grayling, 4 p.m.
JV BASEBALL
Community Center starting Tuesday, May 20 at 6:30
St. Mary at Inland Lakes, 4:30 p.m.
p.m. and Thursday, May 22 at 9:45 a.m. as league
SOCCER
play begins.
Alpena at Gaytord. JV 5 p.m., Varsity
There Is still room for regular pitchers in the
7 p.m.
Burt Lake Northern Michigan Christian Thursday morning division. For further information,
contact Frank JaslnskI at 732-4377.
at Grayling. 5 p.m.
TRACK
Ski Valley Champkxishlps at J-L 4
OCHA Board Meeting Thursday
p.m.
Wednesday, May 21
TTW:K
Big North Championships at Traverse
City West. 3 p.m.
Sports
schedule also
online at...
www.heraldtimes.com
Cost for the program is $60 and all participants are
required to have a physical and provide copy of their
birth certificate.
Grayling Basketball Camp
GRAYLING — The Grayling boys basketball camp
will take place June 9-11 at Grayling High School for
students in cun-ent grades two through seven.
GAYLORD — The next meeting for the Otsego
The camp, which runs from 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
County Hockey Association (OCHA) board will take
costs $30. Each camper will recieve a camp T-shirt,
place at 6:45 p.m. Thursday at the Otsego County
quality instruction, games and prizes.
Sportsplex.
Guest speakers will include college basketball
players Mike Boylan (Lake Superior State), Pete
Shot Doctor basketball camp
GAYLORD — There will be a Shot Doctor Shooting VanOosten (Aquinas College) and Duslln Dibble
Camp for all girls in grades four through 12 June 19- (Missouri-Kansas City).
Contact camp director Rteh Mofftt at 344-3506
20 at Gaytord High School.
for more information.
Shot Doctor Basketball U.S.A. is a highly-respect-
Tlnnday, May 22
GOLF
Gaylord hosts Dtvlston II Regior^ at
Otsego Club, TBA
Grayling at DMsion 111flegkxialsat
Benzie Central. TBA
ed group dedicated to improving shooting among
SOCCER
Petoskey at Gaytord, JV 5 p.m.. Varsity young players.
The camp will run from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. each
7 p.m.
Traverse Ctty St. Francis at Grayling.
5p.m
BASEBALL/SOFTBALL
Members of
Chaiievotx at Gaytord. 4:15 p.m.
the Alpkie
JV BASEBALL/SOFTBAU.
Edge Rgure
Gaytord at Charlevoix. 4:15 p.m.
Friday. M>y 23
BASEBALL/SOFTBALL
HMnan at St Mary, 4:30 p.m.
JVBASCBAU.
St. Mary at Omvway. 4:30 p.m.
Registration will take place at the Otsego Memorial Hospital Professional Building May 28-29 at 5
p.m. and forms will also be availalbe at Catt Development. If rosters are not full, registration will be
available at the Blue Chips Football Camp. Rosters
will close if rosters are full with no exceptions.
Skating Chib
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S i n h Miller,
Grace BMwp,
Lauren 61b•on, Emma
WINIamt,
CartyWHllams, Gabby
Blahop;(Back
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Amar-Fox,
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will begin at Treetops Resort, running May 29
through Aug. 28. First tee times will be at 5:30 p.m.
Each night, a golf professional will be onhand to provide rules, scoring, prizes and in some cases, a clinic.
The league will be informal as you can pick your
foursome each week while Treetops provides format
of play Following play each week, there will be food
and drink specials at the Tavern on the Hill (Jones
pro shop) when we play one of the North courses
and at the Broken Club Pub when we play the Jones
Masterpiece.
A $25 fee will be charged each night you participate in the league, which includes nine holes with
cart, range balls, a drink ticket and prizes. A league
fee of $40 per person will be charged prior to your
first night in the league.
In addition to the above, you will receive benefits
for being a league member, including clothing discounts and discounted golf rates for children and
guests.
If you would like to sign up, please contact Jim
McGuigan at [email protected] or at 7326711 ext. 2495.
Treetops Memorial Day tournament
GAYLORD — Treetops Resort will host the Memorial Day Weekend Celebration Golf Invitational honoring Harry Melling May 23-25.
The tournament will feature two-person teams
playing 18 holes each at the Fazio Premier and
Jones Masterpiece courses. There will also be a
Horserace on Threetops Friday evening.
A fee of $240 per player includes two continental
breakfasts, two lunches, cocktail reception following
dinner Saturday and special room rates.
Practice rounds at any of Treetops' courses will
also be available to players at $25 per round.
To signup contact Patrick Gallagher at 731 8479.
GCC Tuesday Ladies League
GAYLORD — The following are the results from
the Gaytord Country Club's Tuesday Ladies League
on May 13:
Event: Throw out worst hole on front and back
First H I g h t 1. Sue Richards, 2. Marilyn Keyes
Second R i g h t 1. Sue Charon, 2. Judy Martensen
Third Flight: 1. Joy Hanje, 2. Peari Palmer
Fourth R i g h t 1. Carol Hill, 2. Pam Lynch
Low Putts: JoAnn Stewart, Marilyn Keyes (30)
CMp-lns: Joy Hanje (No. 6), Bart Otto (No. 16).
Marilyn Keyes (No. 6), Jan Palmbos (No. 6).
Birdies: Marilyn Keyes (No. 4), Jan Palmbos (No
6), Sue Charon (No. 6), Barb Otto (No. 16). Joy Hanje
Treetops Ladies' League
GAYLORD — A Thursday night ladies' golf league (No. 6).
Alpine Edge members will
skate at T.C. competition
GAYLORD - Members
of the Alpine Edge Figure
S k a t i n g C l u b will c o m p e t e
in the T B S C C h e r r y Classic
Competition May 31 in Traverse City.
Competing members of the
newly-formed club are Katie
Amar-Fox, Alyssa Jones, Gabrielle Bishop. Grace Bishop
and L a u r e n G i b s o n . T h r e e
other students — Sarah Miller,
E m m e Williams and Carly
Williams — have progressed
through the basic skills program and are now competing
in Freestyle Skate events.
Head c o a c h of t h e group
is Terri Seever, w h i l e Betsy
Speer and K r i s t i n a Kunisch
are also instructors.
The club, which offers
leam-to>skate l e s s o n s at the
Otsego County Sportsplex,
hopes to be f o r m a U y recogn i z e d by t h e U n i t e d States
Figure S k a t i n g A s s o c i a t i o n
by this summer.
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to f i l e for M o n t m o r e n c y
C o u n t y seats.
A c c o r d i n g to C h e r y l
Nielson, county clerk, these
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election:
County Commissioners
• D i s t r i c t I: Z a c h a r y
Weaver-R; Albert L a F l e c h e D, incumbent;
• D i s t r i c t 11: T h o m a s
Young-R; Eldon C o m e t t - R ;
• District III: Gary Ferguson-D; Daryl Peterson-R;
• D i s t r i c t IV; M a r g a r e t
Dagostino-R;
• District V: Louis (Corky)
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Paul W i n g a t e - R , i n c u m bent;
• Sheriff: Donald Edwards-R; Douglas B a u m - R ,
incumbent;
• Prosecutor: Terrie C a s e R, incumbent
• Road Commissioner:
Kenneth Werner-R; Duane
Kidder-R; Linda Hicks-D,
incumbent;
• R e g i s t e r o f Deeds: T h e -
resa Walker-R, i n c u m b e n t ;
• Clerk: Cheryl N i e l s o n R, incumbent;
• Drain C o m m i s s i o n e r ;
James Zavislak-R, incumbent; and,
• Treasurer: Wanda TeetsR.
A l s o , the M o n t m o r e n c y
C o u n t y Board approved t w o
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The Montmorency County
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approximately $ 4 8 9 , 9 9 0 the
first year.
The Montmorency
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and support of public library
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• 88th District C o u r t :
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Capitol visit
Hank
Quirrenbach
FOURTH-GRADERS FROM JOHANNESBURG SCHOOL visited
the State Capitol last month, taking time to pose on the steps (at
left). Below, Rep. Kevin Elsenheimer welcomed MelissaTallman's
class before heading into session. Below left, Brandon Huff does
a little writing on an old slate in the school house at the Michigan
Hank Quirrenbach, age 78. of
History Museum, one of the other sites the group visited. During this annual trip, 33 students and 15 chaperones also visited Gaylord, died Wednesday, May 14,
2008. Memorial services were held
Impression 5 Science Center and Abrams Planetarium.
on Friday, May 16 at the Nelson
Funeral Honie.
Memorial contributions may be
made to the Otsego Ck}unty Animal
Shelter, ttirough the Nelson Funeral
Home, PO Box 1548, Gaylord, Ml
49734.
Friends may share condolences
online at www.nelsonsfunerai
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Rick Gilpin
Rick Gilpin, age 52, of Vanderbiit, died May 13,2008.
Memorial services are today
(Saturday. May 17), 1 p . m . a t V a n derbilt Community Church.
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WHO WILL dean up ttiis mess? CHILDREN'S toys and baby seats A quicl< drive througli state land
Hayes Township
large
dominate one dump site.
Haves
Townshio revealed
revealed a
a lar
quantity of illegally dumped trash.
sites found on state land in Hayes
household garbage, tires and even Just one of several illegal dump
television sets.
Township.
against illegal forest dump sites
HAYES TWR —
aking a drive through several
hundred acres of state forest
land in Hayes Township a few
miles from Gaylord can be a
depressing experience for Chad Lytle.
Depressing because of the massive
quantity of illegally dumped trash found
strewn along two-track roads, snowmobile trails and open fields.
Car tires, carpeting, baby seats and
toys, car parts, couches, chairs, a broken television set,
To find out more the burnt remnants
about becoming of a fiberglass bathtub, even a plastic
an Adopt-aChristmas tree, can be
Forest volunteer^ found piled alongside
visit www,
black plastic bags of
cUanforests.
household garbage.
i^i^tors
to
Like most people
the Web site can who live in Northe m Michigan,
find ir^rmaLytle doesn't take too
tion and locakindly to the kind of
tions by county
person who would
of current
carelessly spoil his
sites in need of
view of the north
cleanup.
woods by dumping
trash in what he thinks
of as "my woods." Lytle and 1,700 other
Adopt-a-Fore St volunteers across the
state have taken matters into their hands
— literally
and have been cleaning
up the messes left by others.
T
. U g l y Bar and Grii, OM 27 North,
*Vandeitilt, hosts Open Mk Mght
Thuisdays, 9 p.m.-1 a.m., with host
Chris Vbung: and karaoke Friday and
Saturday nighls. Can 983-2279.
. Ralside Bar and GriN, Qmita, win
* h o s t Howlln' Rooster today (Saturday), 9:30 p.m.-l :30 am. Karaoke
is Friitey; open pool Is every Sunday, 7
p.m.-dose. Can 546-3248.
. S t a m p e d e Saknn, 3885 Ok)
27 South, (Saytord, has sporting
events on three screens Sundays and
Mondays; Ctassk; Car NiteTueslays:
Bike Nite Wednesdays with live entertainment; and guBar jam sessfans
Thursdays, 7 p.m. Also, Stampede
Sakx)n will host Bad Intluence today
(Saturday). Call 705-7100.
. The Wtnte Wolt Inn, Vandeibilt,
features free pool night Mondays;
and karaoke Fridays and Saturdays.
CaA 963-4568.
_TheKegBar&Gr*e, Waters, features free pool Monday; pool tournament Tuesday nights; pool leagues
Wednesday; Saturdays feature karaoke 9 p.m-1 am. Call 732-4378.
. Gartand Reeoit In Lewlston
presents Jell and Sue/CuK ol 2
Fridays and Saturdays, 9 p.m.-t a m .
Cell 786-2211 a 877-4GARLAND.
. A concert by the Gaykirtf Cham-
ber Orchestra and the VMdi
Chorus will begin at 7 tonight (Saturday) at Peace liitheran Church, South
O l s ^ Avenue, GaylonJ. It Is part of
Vhakffest, nnUng aU weekend. Music
wN include "Spring" from "Tlie Four
Seasons" and win feature a violin aok)
by Joanna Bozin; Vivaldi's "Lute Concerto in D Major," performed by dassk3l guitarist Bob Prodcr; and endkig
with ttie chonis singing the Vivaldi
" G k i r t a ' T k ^ are $10 for adults and
$5 for chMren, and are available at
Saturn Booksellers m Gaylord or at the
door. Can 731 -3307 tor infottnallon.
"I'm tired of people trashing my
woods. I hunt, fish, bike and hike here,"
Lytle said of his and others' motivation
for rising to the challenge of removing
the eyesore illegal dumping has caused.
"I get sick and tired of people dumping
their trash here."
After collecting more than 200 cubic
yards of trash and filling several Dumpstars, Lytle said the number of illegal
trash sites in Roscommon County had
been reduced to 59.
"We recycle as much as we can and
the rest goes to a landfill"
Last month volunteers in Roscommon County/ collected enough trash to
TknoOiy's Pub, Gaylonl. features
karaote fttdays, 9:30 p.m.-1:30
am.; Satuday is dancing witti DJ,
9:30 p.m.-cl06e, call 732-9333.
.
Volunteers fight
LYTLE, who works in Gaylord but
lives in Roscommon, said last year he
and a number of other Adopt-a-Forest
volunteers set out to clean up Roscommon County, which at the time had the
dubious distinction of having the most
illegal trash sites — 90 — identified
by the Michigan Coalition for Clean
Forests.
—Hadvmad SIsak Houn, Lewlslon.
~ w W host Mike Ridey today (Saturday). 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Call 786-4600.
. T l i e Gaytanl VDuth Orcheska wW
AOOPT-A-FOREST VOLUNTEER Chad Lytle surveys just one of a number of illegal trash sites
which have been identified in Otsego County. Last year Lytte's crew of volunteers cleaned up
more than 30 illegal trash sites in Roscommon County,
fill a 30-yard Dumpster and Lytle said
he would like to see people in Otsego
County volunteer to help clean up the
forests here.
The 10 illegal dump sites identified
in Otsego County on the Adopt-a-Forest Web site (n'ww.deanforests.org)
are
likely only the tip of the icebei^, Lytle
suggested. He said he is not aware of
any volunteer groups in the county who
have signed on with the Adopt-a-Forest
program, but would be more than happy
to see that change.
"We're the active hands and feet of
the organization," Lytle said of volunteers who have filled Dumpsters with
illegally dumped roofing shingles and
pulled abandoned fiberglass boats out
of the woods.
"It's just silly, careless stuff and people who are too lazy to property dispose
of their trash," Lytle said. "If people become aware that it's happening it might
just stop."
• p e r f c n n Gennan classical music
f^um the Baroque era during a Sunday
.xncert at Peace liitheran Church,
Gaytord. Concert begins at 5 p.m.. and
also win feature the Sctmars Boys
Choir from St Mary School, perfonning a variety of folk, relgious, classical
and popular songs. Conceit is pait or
VWaUfesL Tickets are $5 for adults
and free tor ctMdren, and are available
at Salum Booksellers In Gaytord or at
the door. Cal 731-3307 for infcrmanon.
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C - 2 • Saturday. May 17. 20QB
Dirty Kneee
An ephemeral view
M
y friend's husb a n d pointed
at the very old,
iiarly, flowerloaded c r a b a p p l e tree. "I
think I'll cut that d o w n next
week. It's dying." he said.
y
M y j a w s m a c k e d the tops
o f m y steel-toed boots. " D y ing? N o
L o o k at t^e
flowers! Listen to the bees!" 1
m a y h a v e been shrieking. "It
is very old, but it is certainly
not g o i n g to die any time
soon."
I had been noticing the
tree all day. W h o could miss
a cloud of cotton candy pink
b l o s s o m s on twisty black
limbs? With n o green s h o w ing at all, the w h o l e thing
was in motion f r o m the thous a n d s o f bees gathering nec-
tar. T h e i r h u m m i n g s e e m e d
f^tting, since the day was
perfect a n d they had nothing
to ck) b u t e n j o y the beauty of
that tree. I h u m m e d along.
That
ancient tree
alone w a s a
sight to see,
but w a s m a d e
even m o r e
stunning by
the carpet
of Virginia
AnnMaric bluebells
Rowland growing underneath and
all an:>und. In the foreground,
the lawn is overrun with
white violets, which were
in bloc>m a s well. Struck by
late a t i e m o o n sun, the whole
picture had m e wishing that
I coiild pamt like Monet. 1
s h o u l d have at least s n a p p e d
a p i c t u r e so that you'd believe
it, b u t I didn't. Trust m e . . . it
gorgeous.
T h e next day, after a
h a r d rain, the bluebells w e r e
b e a t e n d o w n a n d many petals
h a d b e e n stripped from the
tree, but still it was lovely.
I t h o u g h t , " H o w wonderful
it w o u l d be to have this at
home.^'
You know what? I can.
T r u e e n o u g h , any c r a b a p p l e
tree that I might plant is u n likely to reach the stature of
that o n e , since the snowload
h e r e in the north is apt to
b r e a k s o m e o f the b r a n c h e s
a l o n g the way. And I'd n e e d
a lot o f Virginia bluebells
t o create that carpet of blue.
Yet, w i t h s o m e woric and patience, it is possible.
T h e Virginia bluebell
( m e r t e n s i a virginica) is a
native g a r d e n plant with
blue-green leaves and bright
flowers that start out pink,
then turn to brightest blue
a s they mature. T h e y like
moist shade, d o n ' t want to
b e f u s s e d over a n d bloom in
M a r c h , late April and May.
T h e y hold their flowere for a
c o u p l e of weeks, too.
A n n u a l or perennial?
Perennial. A n d ephemeral,
m e a n i n g that the foliage
is d o r m a n t in the summer.
T h e y ' r e hardy in zones 3 - 8 ,
and in the w a r m e r zones will
b l o o m as early a s February.
T h e t u b u l a r flowers are too
narrow for b u m b l e b e e s to
pollinate them, so they are a
butterfly magnet. In a w o o d land garden, you couldn't ask
for more.
Transplanting can be d o n e
any t i m e during the d o r m a n t
period, but k e e p in m i n d that
if y o u p u r c h a s e potted specim e n s , anything above the soil
line will appear to be d e a d .
B a r e root plants are widely
available, too.
T h e s e lovely e p h e m e r als a r e quick t o spread, but
a r e n ' t invasive. Plant t h e m
a l o n g s i d e ferns, snowdrops
a n d may-apples. If the soil in
y o u r shaded areas is acidic
(pines, oaks) you m a y need a
bit o f lime mixed in at planting, since they like a very
neutral-to-slightly alkaline
pH.
.
T h e s e glorious d a y s o f
spring are as e p h e m e r a l
(fleeting, short-lived. brieO
a s Virginia bluebells. T h e
wcKxls are full of m a r s h marigolds, trilliums, a n d j a c k in-the-pulpits. Before it all
disappears, spend s o m e t i m e
in the big wixKlland garden,
a n d m a k e plans to get your
k n e e s dirty by adding a carpet o f bluebells to your h o m e
garden.
AnnMarie Rowland is
a Gaylord-area freelance
writer and Master Gardener
Her column appears Saturdays in the Herald Times.
Write her at wxirowland (§i
core.com or c/o Gayiord
Herald Times, PO Box 598,
Gayiord. Ml 49734.
• Di4)iicate bridge. 7 p.m. Monday.
• T.C. Singles dances, third Sixiday or vMw.wolvennekjmbetjackfestcom
731-1981
Sporbplex pass holders and seniors
• "Singles for Oirisr of Zion
Alten Zimmer. 120 Gr^xJview Blvd.
• Northwestern Coin and Stamp
• Gayloni Area Cound for the Arts of the month; opentosingles 21 and
available; call 731-3546
Lutheran Church, Petoskey, invites all
• Painting and crafts. 10 a.m.
Club,
fourth
Monday.
7
p.m.,
Big
Boy
over 989-932-1300
hosts "m a Chord" sessior^,
• Grayling Senior Center. 308
smgtes age 40 and over to dinner today
• Sunday Restaurant ni Petoskey. US 131 and 31; Tuesday. Alten Zimmer. 120 Grandview
first and thinj Tuesdays of
(Saturday) at Giuseppe's Italian Grille, 757 Uwndale, Grayling, hosts free fitness
Blvd.
231-487-0713
Singles, Sundays for
the month, 7-9 p.m.,
F^toskey St. Charlevoix, at 7 p.m. Group dasses for seniors: Tone 'n' Tii)es. 10
• Bingo, 7 p.m. Mondays. St Mary
• Northern Michigan Artists Guild,
a dance. Ojattty Inn.
will gotoCinema Hi in Chartevoixtosee a.m. Tuesdays axl Fndays; and Sit & Be GACA Arts Center.
second Monday, 11 ;30 a.m.-2 p.m., St Pansh Hall, statewide Big Money Bingo
Houghton
Lake,
8
"Prince Caspian." Reduced ticket prices Fit 1 p.m Tuesdays, Call 348-7123 to Main Street;formusi(via
satellite),
8 p.m.; lackpots grow
I p.m., admission $7; Andrews Episcopal Owrch, Gayiord, bring
cians of varying skill
for increased attendaice. RSVP by calling register
weekly and worth at least $5,000; open
own lunch; and Guild meeting noonI Bemadette, 989levelstoperfomi
Frieda. 347-3438 (church) or 347-5747
• MSU Extension, Gaykxd, Ptay
to public, ages 18 and up; 732-5448
f 539-5406
12:30 p.m. with wort<shoptofollow, call
(home).
Group. Tuesday, 10-11 ;30 a.m., Otsego for each other and
• Bingo (smoke-free), 6 p.m. TuesBiHye Thatcher, 983-4293
• Otsego
discuss music as a
^
day. Atten Zimmer, 120 GrandMew Blvd.
• The Otsego CycMng CM) meets County Community Center, for parents
•
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Northern
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• Bingo, 7-11 p.m. Tuesdays.
Mondays and Thursdays. 6 p.m.. at the withtotsages 0-3; no registration neces- performing art Bring
Division, second Mon- Adelines International rehearsal, Tues- Knights of Colitfnbus Hall, Grayling
sary; call 732-6867 or 731-0272
your own instnjment
Pavion on Court downtown Gaytord.
day, 6:30 p.m.. Trinity Lutheran Church;
day. 7 p.m.. Muftimedia
• Bingo (smoke-free). 6 p.m.
• Museum Guild,forthose interested electric keytXKUd available:
Familyridesae Mondays. Thursdays se
731-2844 a 732-2174
Room. J. Richard Yuill Alpine
Wednesdays, 7910 Arthur St. VaidertHtt
longer road rWes. Anyone with a bike Is in gaining knowledge of the collecttons vocalists, bring accompaniment
Center
Kathy.
732-3143
•
Line
Dancing.
G
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^
Bowling
• Bin^ (smoke-free), 7-11 p.m.
no
amplification
necess^;
732-3242
welcome, though helmets are required. of the nmjseum and area history, third
• Writer^ Bloc, first arKl third Thurs- Center, Tuesdays; beginners 6:30-7 p.m.; Thursdays, Knights of Columbus HaH.
• BaNroom Dancing Club. Mondays
For information emaH gaytordcycJing®
Thursday of ever> month, 10a.m,-noon,
regular
dasses,
7
p.m.;
732-4878
Gaylonj
yahoo.com or call 989-255-2270,
at the Besser Museum. Johnson Street through April 28 at Kirtland Community days of the month, 6-8 p.m., Gaytord
Area CouncHforthe Arts Arts Center. Suite • Alpine Singles, fli^ Tuesday of the
• Bingo. 7 p.m. Wednesdays. HudCollege AudltDrium; two classes. 3-4
Alpena, call 989-356-2202.
• Recycle! Otsego County. 3893
month. 7 p.m., BJ's Restairant dancing son Township Hall
• White Wotf inn. Vandertilt euchre p.m. and 4-5 p.m.; two separate dances, 300 of the Phoenix Building, Gaytord;
Old 27 South, Gaylort. Wednesdays. 5-7
aftenward at Timothy's Pud
• Korean karate classes. 7-9 p.m.
games Wednesdays. 7:15 p.m., $3; 983- participate in one or both; all welcome; 732-0996
p.m.. and Saturdays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Wednesdays, North Otic Elementary
• The Northwoods Carving dub.
instructors vwrted; call Melinda, 989• Fkst Congregationai Church, 218
• Easy Vbga. two six-week courses, 4568
School gymnasium; 731 -1555
second
Tuesday,
6:30
p.m..
Masonic
701-0325
or
989-685-3571.
W.
Second
St,
Gaytord,
community
meal
• The Noflhem Michigan Amateur
Mondays, May 5-June 9,6-7:15 p.m, drti
• Alpine Martial Arts. Mondays and
Lodge on Old 27 Soutfi. Gayiord; 732Fridays, 5-7 p.m.; donations accepted;
• Christian Writers' Group, third
Thusdays, May 8-June >2.6-7:15 p.m. Radio Emergency Senrices OrganizaWednesdays. 6-7;:K) p.m.. 5420 C-42
3222
sponsored by Goodwill Industries of
tton. thinl Wednesday of rrxxTth. 6 p.m., Tuesday. 10 am.-noon. Alpine Baptist
(i)urse fee is $50, walk-ins welcome,
Alba Road; 732-8750
• Harmonie Meisters. Gayiord
Church. North Townlme Road. Gayiord; Northern Michigan; 9^858-0594
$10 per ctass. Presented by Jessica Ven- Qmira Township HaH. 2035 Ml Jack
• Seniors Exercise Group. Stretch
all-m^ bart)ershop choms. Mondays. 7
• Accidental Photographers, third
Road, Eimra. e-mail Jim, [email protected] opentoanyone interested in learning
dettj,caH 731-6400 or visit kww.
p.m.. United Methodist Church; 732-9215 & Flex. 10:30-11:30 a.m. Tuesdays and
Wednesday, 7 p.m.. 317 Schneesabout Christian writing; 939-7766 or
geocf6esconVeasy_yoga_site
• Alpine Ljeisure Ptkrts Society
Fndays, Povi«fhouse Gym
• Student Workout Program;
Ijxhen, Gayiord; aH fonnals welcome;
732-4602
(ALPS), an AMA-charted, Gaylord-area
• The Great Lakes Stamp & Coin
• Aqua-Fit dasses at Otsego
Ji^itsu; Sett-Defense For Women;
• Nova Martial Arts Academy. Tae 370-0883 or e-mail bjphotographic®
Club, second axl fourth Thursdays erf
County Sportsplex. tor adults of any age. radio-controlled model airplane dub, secf^rsonal Protectian; Sports Cheer
gmail.com for details
Kwon
Do
classes.
Mondays
axl
Fridays.
ond
Thursday
of
montfi,
7
p.m..
Otsego
month. 6-7:30 p.m., Alten Zimmer. 120
shape or fitiess level. Tuesdays, 7-8 a.m,
• Wofverine Liinbenack Commtt- TumbNng/Hoor Gym; Dance, Nautilus
Grandview Blvd.
and 5-6 p,m,: and Thursdays. 7-8 a.m. County (^munity Center. 315 S. Center 6:30-8 p.m.. Mount Hope Church. 1672
Fitness Systems, 1140GomickAve. (norlh
M-32 East Gaytord; ages 9 and up; first tee, third Thursday of the month, 7:30
and 6-7 p.m, $5 for drop-in; punch cards Ave., dunng the off-season. Meetings
of the Sportsplex); 732-5820
p.m.,
Wofverine
Fire
Dept,
231-525-9366
800-253-1190
S40-S80. and dscounts for
at local flyingfieklin-seasor; Jim Quin.
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The Caylord High School Medical Occupations students would like to thank Caylord
medical employers for helping them gain valuable skills by providing opportunities
for real world experience through the High School Vocational Education Program.
Students worked with these employers during the past school year:
Alpine Animal Hospital
Alpine Chiropractic
Alpine Eye Care
Dr. Arkfeld
Dr. Becky Ashley
Cousineau Chiropractic
Dr. Michael Cusatis, Oral Surgeon
Dialysis Services of Caylord
A special
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Duski Dentristy
Caylord Chiropractic Clinic
Caylord Eye Care Clinic
Caylord Family Dentistry
Caylord Family Practice
Caylord Veterinary Hospital
Image North
McReynolds Hall
Medcare Walk-In Clinic
M-Tech Center Sonography
Nelson's Drug Store
N'Orthopedics P.C
Northsport Physical Therapy
Oliver Chiropractic
Otsego County EMS
Otsego Haus
OMH Internal Medicine
Otsego Memorial Hospital
OMH Physicians
OMH Pediatrics
Tendercare Nursing Home
Vance's Rehabilitation Center
thank you to the following
individuals
spending
time in our classroom:
Biz Baur - American Red Cross
Karen Brawn - KhHand Community
College
Or. MfAael Cusatis - Oral Surgeon
Andrew Lanway - OMH Radiology
Wally Loney - Otsego County EMS
for
Jess Miller • Lake Superior State
OMH Operating Room Staff
Doug Paulus - Otsego County EMS
Marilyn Record - OMH HR
Jeanette Rokop - NMHICU
Lisa Stier - OMH Infection Control
Community
Events
Kirtland Community Collage.
Roscommon, will host the Kirtland Wart>ler Festival Sunday.
Events include nature presentations. live animals, a kids' fishing
pond, live music and more. Cost is
$5 for ages 15 and up. For details
visit www.warbler.kirVand.edu.
^ A Ride of Silence will take
® place in Grayling Wednesday
to honor cyclists killed on the
roads. Riders will meet at city
hall at 6:15 p.m., the ride starts
at 7. Riders will travel by road
to Hartwick Pines, then take the
trail back. The ride will be done in
silence (the only talking will be to
warn others of a safety hazard).
Refreshments afterward,
^ T h e Grayling Senior Center's
Hot Dog Sale will be held May
23-24.10 a.m.-4 p.m., outside
the Dollar General store in Grayling. Cost of a hot dog and drink is
$1. Coney dogs and baked goods
also available. Proceeds support
the seniors of Crawford County.
Saturday, May 17, 2006 • C - 3
Entertainment
Qaylord Herald Times
Literary mysteries?
and youth and music ministries.
Fof more Information call Frank,
786-7156.
^ The 19th annual Zoo-DeMackinac Bike Basil continues ttirough Sunday. The event
features a 51 -mile bike ride
from Boyne Highlands in Hart>or
Springs to Mackinac Island, by
way of US-119. Fnday features
a party and live entertainment at
Boyne Highlands. Participants return home at their leisure Sunday.
For more information visit www.
zoo-de-mack.com.
Call 348-7123.
^ T h e third annual Petoskey
Stone Festival will take place
May 24 at Barnes Park on the
shore of Grand Traverse Bay in
Eastport. The day starts at 10
a.m. with a Petoskey stone hunt,
with pnzes for kids and adults in
several categories: followed by a
children's stone-skipping contest;
and demonstrations on Petoskey
stone cutting, polishing and jewelry-making. Children can fish
for trout at Bellaire Conservation
Club's outdoor trout pond; watch
a live demonstration of police dog
work conducted by Antrim County
Deputy Travis Chellis and Deputy
Snyper; and be entertained by
Tommy Tropic and Aldo the Clown.
Festival is free to the public. More
information is available at www.
petoskeystone festival, com.
^ T h e Chetwygan Opera
House. 403 N. Huron St.,
Cheboygan, will host "Musical
Memories II and More Songs of
Sinatra" today (Saturday). 7:30
p.m. Show features a selection of
favorite show tunes and big band
numbers and Jack Barber paying
tribute to Frank Sinatra. Tickets
are $8.
^ T h e Mackinaw City Chamber
of Commerce is sponsoring
the third annual city-vnde yard
sale Saturday. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. A locator map of sale locations will be
available at the Chamber/Arnold
Like building on Central Avenue,
and at the Depot office in Mackinaw Crossings.
^Bethlehem Lutheran Church,
® 3 8 0 5 County Road 612,
Lewiston, will host its annual
Gigantic Rummage Sale May
23-24. Sale times are 9 a.m.-5
p.m. May 23, and 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
May 24. Items include clothing,
furniture, household items and all
kinds of garage sale items. Proceeds benefit local charities and
the church's vacation Bible school
^ Orchids by the Bay. hosted
^ by the Northwestem Michigan
Orchid Society, is slated for May
24-25 at the Grand Traverse
County Civic Center. 1213 W.
Civic Center Drive, Traverse City.
Times are noon-6 p.m. May 24,
and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. May 25. Show
features displays of exotic blooming orchid plants, as well as an
educational exhibit, orchid art,
arrangements, crafts and photography. Call 231-223-7994 or visit
www. rtmorchid. org.
^ T h e Boyne City Police
^ D e p a r t m e n t ' s a n n u a l Drag
Race fundraising event wilt take
place May 25. noon-6 p.m., at the
Boyne City Airport, 1048 E. Main
St., Boyne City. Gates open for
vehicle registration at 8:30 a.m.
Races are side-by-side, 1/8-mile,
with Full Tree or Pro Tree options.
Grudge matches and time runs
welcome; cars, trucks and motorcycles can be raced. For information call Chief Randy Howard,
231 -582-0352 or 231 -582-6611;
or e-mail [email protected]
com
^ First Congregational Church,
® 218 W. Second St.. Gaylord.
will have a soup/salad luncheon
May 27,11:30 a.m.-l p.m. Cost
is ^ per person and $4 for kids 8
and under, includes beverage and
dessert. Call 732-5726 for group
reservations.
^ T h e Grayling Rotary Club
^ will host Its annual Huge Gala
Garage Sale May 31 -June 1, at
the old Bear Archery building on
M-72 West, GrayRng. Times are 9
a.m.-6 p.m. May 31. and 10 a.m5 p.m. June 1. Donations of items
(other than clothing) are welcome,
call 989-370-5757. All profits
fund local and global Rotary projects, including an ongoing effort
to eradicate polio worldwide.
^ Grass River Natural Area.
* Bellaire, will host its second
annual Flower Sale May 31,10
a.m.-l p.m., at the Elk topids
Chamber of Commerce on US-31
South. This is the pick-up day for
anyone who placed orders last
winter. Native plants will be available on a first-come, first-serve
basis and volunteers will offer
instructions regarding the correct
locations for planting and care
of the various species. CaW 231 533-8314.
Solve them at the library
GAYLORD —
u r i n g M i c h i g a n W e e k e a c h May. a c tivities t a k e p l a c e a c r o s s t h e s t a t e t o
celebrate the rich heritage a n d u n i q u e
features t h a t m a k e M i c h i g a n specisJ.
T h e O t s e g o C o u n t y l i b r a r y is p a r t i c i p a t i n g t h i s
y e a r in t h e M i c h i g a n N o t ^ l e B o o k s p r o g r a m t h a t
shoviTcases t h e b e s t s t o r i e s s e t in M i c h i g a n o r written by a Michigan author.
O n W e d n e s d a y , M a y 2 8 a t 6:30 p.m., M i c h i g a n
n o t a b l e a u t h o r R o b e r t D a l e Paricer will m a k e a
s t o p a t t h e O t s e g o C o u n t y Library t o p r o v i d e a
f ^ i n a t i n g glimpse into the
days w h e n the Michigan
Territory v^^as t h e A m e r i c a n
f r o n t i e r a n d Sault Ste. M a r i e
served as t h e Ojibwe c e n t e r
of lore, t r a d e a n d travel. H i s
b o o k brings to the public
for t h e first l i m e t h e a c c o m p l i s h m e n t s of t h e first
A m e r i c a n I n d i a n writer,
Jane Johnston Schoolcraft
(her E n ^ s h n a m e ) or
Bamewawagezhikaquay
— W o m a n of t h e S o u n d
t h e Stars M a k e R u s h i n g
T h r o u g h t h e Sky.
T h i s p r o g r a m is
free t o t h e p u b l i c a n d
r e f i ^ h m e n t s wUl b e
served.
Overshadowed by
her husband, Henry Rowe
S c h o o l c r a f t , w h o w a s t h e first I n d i a n a g e n t in
M i c h i g a n , J a n e w a s t h e d a u g h t e r of t h e f u r - t r a d i n g
s o n of a w e a l t h y S c o t s - I r i s h l a n d o w n e r in Ireland
a n d Ozhaguscodaywayquay, the youngest d a u ^ t e r of a p o w e r f u l O j i b w e chief. T h e J o h n s t o n family
p l a y e d a n i n f l u e n t i a l r o l e in t h e M ^ t i s ( F r e n c h for
m i x e d ) c u l t u r e in early M i c h i g a n . In a t i m e w h e n
f e w w o m e n received a n e d u c a t i o n , Jane w a s said
t o b e c h a r m i n g , intelligent, well-read, a n d fluent in
English, F r e n c h a n d O j i b w e .
Parker, a n English p r o f e s s o r a t t h e University of
Illinois in t h e A m e r i c a n I n d i a n S t u d i e s P r o g r a m ,
d i s c o v e r e d "lost" m a n u s c r i p t s in t h e a r c h i v e s of a n
Illinois library a n d p i e c e d t o g e t h e r literary c l u e s
t o m a k e t h e c a s e t h a t J a n e S c h o o l c r a f t collected
a n d w r o t e m a n y of t h e s t o r i e s t h a t w e r e a d a p t e d
a n d p u b l i s h e d by h e r h u s b a n d . T h e s e s t o r i e s w e r e
D
said to be the inspiration for Henry Wadsworth
Longfellow's p o p u l a r e p i c p o e m , " T h e S o n g of Hiawatha."
"FEW of t h e p e o p l e w h o live t h e i r daily lives
a m i d t h e t o w n s , lakes, rivers, c o u n t i e s , s c h o o l s
a n d irmumerable businesses across Northern
M i c h i g a n . . . that are n a m e d for — a n d often by
— H e n r y S c h o o l c r a f t , o r f o r c h a r a c t e r s o r p l a c e s in
T h e S o n g of Hiawatha," k n o w of J a n e S c h o o l c r a f t ,
a n d still f e w e r h a v e t h e slightest Idea h o w m u c h
t h e w r i t i n g s o f . . . L o n g f e l l o w d e p e n d e d o n her,"
P a r k e r wrote.
" W e a r e thrilled t o h o s t
I s o m e o n e of s u c h h i g h
I c a l i b e r in Gaylord," s a i d
I library director M a u r e e n
I Derenzy. "Robert Dale
P a r k e r is t h e a u t h o r of
s e v e r a l b o o k s o n t o p i c s in
A m e r i c a n l i t e r a t u r e a n d is
n a t i o n a l l y k n o w n for h i s
research into early American
I n d i a n writing."
P a r k e r h o l d s a Ph.D. i n
E n ^ s h f r o m Yale University.
T h i s p r o g r a m , w h i c h will
provide a fascinating glimpse
i n t o t h e life of a r e m a r k a b l e
w o m a n a n d o u r region d u r i n g
t h e e a r l y 1800s, is p a r t of t h e
M i c h i g a n N o t a b l e B o o k s Tour.
T h e 2008 Michigan notable
books are n o w o n display a n d
a v a i l a b l e for l o a n a t t h e O t s e g o
C o u n t y Library. T h e s e l e c t i o n s r a n g e f r o m b e s t s e l l i n g fiction a n d n o n f i c t i o n t o r e g i o n a l c o o k b o o k s , histories a n d c h i l d r e n ' s b o o k s r e p r e s e n t i n g
t h e b e s t that M i c h i g a n h a s t o o f f e r t o its readers.
T h e 2008 M i c h i g a n N o t a b l e b o o k s p r o g r a m
a n d tour are m a d e possible t h r o u ^ generous
s u p p o r t of Borders, C o o l e y L a w S c h o o l , P r o Q u e s t ,
Meijer, t h e Library of M i c h i g a n , t h e Library of
M i c h i g a n F o u n d a t i o n , LaSalle B a n k / B a n k of
America. Auto-Owners Insurance, Delta Dental,
t h e M i c h i g a n C e n t e r f o r t h e Book, t h e M i c h i g a n
H u m a n i t i e s Council, t h e N a t i o n a l E n d o w m e n t f o r
t h e H u m a n i t i e s a n d S c h u l e r B o o k s & Music.
For more information
contact the Otseffj County
Library at 732-5841 orbye-mailatocK^tseffy.org.
GHS 'Pops Concert' set for May 22
GAYLORD — T h e G a y l o r d
H i g h S c h o o l (GHS) c h o i r s will
finish the school year with a
P o p s C o n c e r t in t h e G o r n i c k
Auditorium on Thursday. May
22 at 7 p . m .
T h i s will b e Julie H a r m a n ' s
l a s t c o n c e r t a s d i r e c t o r of
choirs at GHS. She p l a n s to
o b t a i n h e r master's in choral
c o n d u c t i n g f r o m t h e University of A r i z o n a .
C h a m b e r singers. Cantus
F a m i n a a n d Bel C a n t o , a n d
the Concert Choir, u n d e r the
d i r e c t i o n of H a r m a n , will give
t h e i r final c o n c e r t t h i s w e e k .
T h e y will p e r f o r m m a n y
s p i r i t e d s o n g s I n c l u d i n g "Boh e m i a n Rhapsody," "Bare
N e c e s s i t i e s " a n d " S u g a r Pie,
Honey Bunch."
Each s o n g w a s selected by
t h e s t u d e n t s , w h o will b e u s i n g
t h e " d a n c e risers" t h a t w e r e
m a d e specifically to allow t h e
s i n g e r s t o m o v e freely. H a r man, along with students and
p a r e n t v o l u n t e e r s , built a n d
p a i n t e d t h e r i s e r s l a s t fall.
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out erf the hands of evil — this time, a
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mystical crystal skull. Starring Harrison Ford. Ray
lence. language and brief smoking.
Kate Holbrook (Tina Fey) has always put
Winstone. Shia LaBeouf and
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her career ahead of her personal Irfe. Now, at
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age 37. she's ready tor a baby of her own but
images. Note; this movte opens TTwrsday. May 22.
Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) is a bilthe odds of her getting pregnant are a millk)n
opens Sunday at the Jordan River
Cloaked Tree Arts Center,
lionaire and genius inventor who is kidnapped
to one. She chooses Angie Ostrowiski (Amy
Arts Center, 301 Main SI, East Jorskey, continues its ptictography
THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: PRINCE CASand forced to buikl a terrible weapw. Instead of Poehler) to be a surrogate mother who soon
exhibit "Rolietl Kennedy; A Time It dari, featuring the art work of high
PIAN
helping his captors, he uses his skills to build a becomes pregnant. Kate soon starts reading
The kings and queens of Namia retum to the
Was." The gallery features the works school juniors and seriiors. Show
high-tech suit of armor and escapes. With his
childcare books and baby-proofing her apartfaraway realm only to discover more than 1.300
continues through June 6 and is
new-found powers of the suit, he swears to pro- ment but. when Angie shows up at her front
of Ufe Magazine photojoumalist
open daily, 1-4 p.m., through June 6. tect the Earth as Iron Man, Gwyneth Paltrow and door with nowhere to live. Kate's left to moW her years have passed in Namlan time. The Golden
Bat Eppridge, who was assigned to
Age of Namia is kx>g-gone and the kingdom is
Jeff Bridges also star.
into a mother-to-be.
Can 231-536-3385.
the 1968 presidential campaign of
now under the power of an evil ruler, while the
RaM PG' 13 tor some intense sequences of
. Huron Pkies, Grayling, is hostRated PG-13^or crude and sexual humor,
Robert Kennedy. Continues through
rightful heir to the throne, ^wng Prince Caspian,
sci-fi action and violence, and brief suggestive
language and a drug reference.
ing an orienbtion session for
July26.Also, CTAC is displaying the
is In hMing. The prince must be seated in the
content.
its CoBenaUen Hrst Responder
wori( of Japanese woodblock print
throne to restore the magic and glory of the
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takes
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six-week
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KliHand RagloMi
Police Aca<t«my
ROSCOMMON — A Gaylord
man was among the members o t !
the Kirtland Regional Police Acad-!
emy's 26th graduating class.
Steven Andrews graduated in
April 25 ceremonies at the Kirtland Center tor the Performing
Arts on Kirtland Community College's main campus.
Gaylord City Police Chief Joseph FitzGerald. was the featured
guest speaker.
Along with Fitzgerald, KRPA
director Jerry Boerema and Kirtland Community College president Or. Thomas Ouinn addressed
the graduates. Cadet Christopher
Graham ol Cheboygan has been
elected as the class speaker.
Whafs up?
Qaylord H«rald T l m « »
Younger Generation
C - 4 • Saturday, May 17, 2006
Campus
Forensks state finals
Competition
tough for trio;
demo Monday
E A S T
L A N S I N G
— " T h e r e is n o t h i n g e a s y
a b o u t c o m p e t i n g at t h e
state level for forensics,
especially when you are
in C l a s s A . " T h e s e w e r e
the first words out of the
mouth of Gaylord forensics
coach Tim McPherson when
questions about the team's
s u c c e s s at t h e s t a t e f i n a l s
M a y 2 - 3 at E a s t e r n M i c h i gan University.
A m o n g the G H S team
j m e m b e r s to c o m p e t e were
! R a c h a e l O s a n t o w s k i in O r a ' tory and the duo of Jenny
L i b k e a n d DJ M u s g r a v e . A l l
three m e m b e r s agreed the
; state w a s really tough,
i
"It was like, ' W o w ! '
; They are really good," said
Musgrave.
Upcoming events
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WMtarn Michigan Unhrertlty
KALAMAZOO — Meghan Kelp,
a 2005 graduate ot Johannesburg-Lewiston High School, has
been recognized for acquiring a
4.0 grade point average for the
spring semester at Western Michigan University (WMU).
The junior from Johannesburg
is studying pre-speech path/audiology.
Additionally, Kelp was recently
inducted into the Honor Society of
Phi Kappa Phi at WMU.
Kelp is the daughter of Dan
and Linda Jennings of Johannesburg and Terry and Nena Kelp ot
Gaylord.
Phi Kappa Phi Is the nation's
oldest, largest, and most selective all-discipline honor society.
Men>bership is by invitation only
to the top 10 percent of seniors
and graduate students and 7.5
percent of juniors.
The Society's mission is "To
recognize and promote academic
excellence in all fields of higher
education and to engage the comI munity of scholars in service to
. others "
GAYLORD HIGH SCHOOL'S Jenny Lit)ke (1), DJ Musgrave (c) and Rachael Osantowski competed at the
state forensics finals at Eastern Michigan University earlier this month.
" P e o p l e a r e a lot m o r e
s u p p o r t i v e , " Libke remarked.
In her s e c o n d y e a r o f
" W e got a medal j u s t
c o m p e t i n g at s t a t e , O s a n • The Otsego County Sportfor s h o w i n g up," said M u s splex has tree style (figure) skating \ t o w s k i a d d e d t h a t s h e
grave.
today (Saturday), 8:30-10 a.m.;
I thought competition was
T h e trio vowed to m a k e
learn to skate, 10-10:50 a.m.;
" e v e n t o u g h e r t h a n it w a s
it t o t h e f i n a l s a g a i n n e x t
and open skate, 4-5:50 p.m. Open I l a s t y e a r . "
skating continues Sunday, 4-5:50
year. Osantowski claimed
S t i l l , m a k i n g it t o t h e t o p
p.m. Open swim is today, 1:30-3:30
she w a s g o i n g to d e d i c a t e
18 in t h e s t a t e is a n a c c o m p.m., and Sunday, 1:30-3:30 p.m.
h e r s e l f " t o m a k i n g it t o t h e
and 4-6 p.m.; with the small pool
1 plishment, they said, notfinal round.
open 12:35-1:30 p.m. today, and
i n g it w a s d i f f e r e n t f r o m
Libke said the key w o u l d
noon-1:30 p.m. Sunday Call 731 a n y o t h e r c o m p e t i t i o n in
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be "practice, practice, pracwhich they'd participated
com.
tice."
this year.
Northwestern University
EVANSTON. III. — Sarah A.
Smith of Gaylord, a student in the
School ot Music at Northwestern
University, has been named to the
dean's list for the winter quarter
of the 2007-08 academic year.
Students on the dean's list
What: GHS team Debate & Forensics Night
have attained a grade point averWhen: Monday. 5:45 p.m.
age of at least 3.75 on a scale of
Where: Alan L. Gomick Auditorium at Gaylord High School
4.0
Admission: Open to community, free of charge; donations acSmith is the daughter of Bruce
and Jacquelyn Smith of Gaylord.
cepted
Northwestern is a private reWhy: "ThisisachanceforthecommunrtytoseewhatwedoonaweeWy
basis, I'd love to have as many people as possible," said Coach McPherson. search and teaching university
with an enrollment ot approxi"The biggest complaint I get from forensics students is that they wish the^
mately 7.500 full-time undergradknown about it eaiiter. This will give parents and students the opportunity to
uate and 7,000 full-time graduate
see us in action so they can decide If ft Is right for them or their students."
and professional students on campuses in Evanston and Chicago.
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SCHOOL
K-5 Lunch: $1.50
6-12 Umcll: $2.25
Milk: 25(
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TUESDAY
WHWCSDAY
THURSDAY
FMDAY
Baked chicken sticks, Hambur^r on a bun, French toast sticks
with symp, string
cheesy potatoes,
carrot sticks, chococheese, hashbrown,
tuna noodle salad,
late chip cookie,
orange slices, milk
fruit, milk
fresh fnjit, milk .
Sack lunch
Pizza, garden salad, Chicken taco salad
with meat & cheese.
Teddy Grahams,
pineapple upside
fniit milk
down cake, fruit milk
Grilled cheese,
Ham & cheese on
a bagel, tator tots, tomato soup, cheese
& crackers, fruit
pineapple & cottage
cheese
Chili cheese fries,
pasta salad, fresh
veggies, apples
Chicken nuggets,
ttce & gravy,
com, pear?
Tacos with fixings,
retried beans &
cheese, grapes
Chicken patty,
baked fiies,
pears, carrots
Walking taco or
burrlto, salad,
oranges
Cook's Choice
Pizza, salad,
pineapple,
treat
Baked macaroni &
cheese
Chicken sandwich
& fries
Grilled cheese &
chips
Hot dog or corn
dog, fresh veggies,
bananas
Burgers & fries
Saturday, May 1 7 , 2 0 0 6 • C - 8
Q a y l o r d Herald T i m M
• CMt Air Patrol. Gaytord
Squadron, Thufsday, 7 p.m.. Otsego County Airport terminal building: inqulriK welcome
• GM Scouts of Mlttsn Bay.
seeking new memt)ers; for meeting times and dates call Colleen
Wojtkowlak. 231-584-3485
• Otwgo County Democratic
Party, third Tuesday. 6 p.m.,
U n i t ^ Way Building, East Fifth
Street, Gaylord
• Guardian Gals, open to
slxtti- through lOth-grade girls of
Otsego County, Atjtjy, 732-3826
• American Legiofl Post 458,
Gaylord, fourth Thursday of the
month, 7:30 p.m.. VFW Hall, 408
W. Main, Gaylord; all vets welcome
• Otsego Memorial Hospital
Auxiliary, second Tuesday of the
month, 10 a.m.. Hospital Classroom; Anita, 939-7466
• Mottiers ot Preschoolers
(MOPS). Zion Lutheran Church.
Petoskey, 9:15-11:15 a.m. Open
to all mothers with one or more
children in kindergarten or younger: childcare and registration free;
meetings the second and fourth
Fridays. Zk>n is next to Northern
Michigan Hospital: call Susan.
231-622-3839.
• Mottwrs ol Prssclwolan
(MOPS), second and fourth Thursdays during school year, 8:45-11
a.m., Gaytord Evangelical Free
Church: child care provided; 731 9926
• The Michigan Highlands
Audubon SocMy, second Monday ot the month, 7-9 p.m., varying locations: Tim Weier, 731-2859
• The Unhrarslty of Michigan
Ctub of Gaylord 'meet and eat,'
first Tliursday of the month, LaSejiorita: special prizes for wearing
maize and blue; public invited
• Heart ot the Pines Quilt
Guild, first Tuesday of the month,
7-9 p.m., Quilter's General Store,
132 W. Main St., Gaylord; 7327012
• North Country Riders Motorcycle Club,second Wednesday
of the month, dinner at 6 p.m.,
meeting at 7, BJ's: 732-7713
• Alpine Master Gardeners
• Michigan Veterans Trust
Fund. 9 a.m,. Wednesdays and
Thursdays, Room 104, CountyCity Building; 731-7576
• Otsego County Veterans
Affairs office and VFW counselor.
Room 213, County-City Building,
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; 731-7575
Veterans
Services
• Diabetes Support Group
meets Tuesday, 6 p.m.. at the
Pastoral Center in Gaylord; call
731-2194
• Straits Area Ostomy
Association meets Sunday, 2
p.m., in the private dining room
at Mercy Hospital Grayling, Call
989-939-8807.
• Cancer Support Group,
noon-1 p.m. these dates: 5/30.
6/27. 7/18,8/22,9/19,10/31,
11 /28 and 12/26. Otsego Memorial Hospital (OMH) Professional
Medical Building conference
room, 829 N. Center Ave,,
Gaylord; 731-7760 or 731-2193
• Stroi(e Support Group,
2 p.m.. these dates: 5/30,6/27.
7/25, 8/29. 9/26,10/31.11/28
and 12/26. OMH Professional
Medical Building conference
room. 829 N, Center Ave.,
Gaylord; 731 -2472 or 731 -2193
• "Living On" hospice grief
support group, first Monday,
noon, 1732 M-32 West, Suite B,
Gaylord, 705-2663
• Bereavement Support
Group, every Wednesday. 5-6:30
p.m., conference room at OMH
Professional Building; 731-2193
Of 800-252-2065
• Mornings for Moms
support group for mothers of
newborns, Tuesdays, 10-11:30
a.m., OMH Professional Medical
Building conference room, 829
N. Center Ave., Gaylord; topics
include baby massage, safety,
baby talk, returning to work,
sleep and Infant feeding issues;
Assoclatton, fourth Wednesday ot
tfie month, 6:45 p.m., United Way
Building
• Gaytord Cyrene
Masonic Lodge,
first Tuesday of
month, 7:30 p.m.
3707 S.Otsego
Ave.; 732-7819
• Dingo
County Fair
Board, second
Tuesday of the month,
7 p.m., fairgrounds office:
^
732-3811
• Edelweiss Garden Club,
member of MGC, Inc. and NGC,
Inc., second Wednesday of the
month, locatnn varies; Roseann
Kujawa, 731-6242
• Knights of Columbus, second and fourth Wednesdays, 7:45
p.m.; Fourth-Degree Knights,
first Wednesday, 7:45 p.m.;
Knights of Columbus Hall
• The Lewlston Area Historical Society, second Wednesday
of the month, 7 p.m., museum;
786-2451
• Zonta Cluk, second Tuesday,
5:30 p,m.. Sugar Bowl Restaurant
• Alpha Delta Kappa, first
Tuesday of the month, 7 p.m.;
732-4887 tor locatkm
• Gayloid Chapter No. 119
Royal Arch Masons. 7:30 p.m.,
third Wednesday ot the month,
Gaylord Masonic Temple
• Rotary, 12:10 p.m. Thursday, BJ's Restaurant
• KiwanU, 6:15 p.m., ThursGaylord Area B l a
day, BJ's Restaurant and Catering
Lodge No. 2544,
• Gayloid Lions, 5:30 p.m.,
•
second and fourth Thurs- second a ^ fourth Tuesdays, Eadays, 7:30 p.m. at the lodge,
gles Club, South Wisconsin Avenue
1116 Grandvlew Blvd., Gaylord
• American Business
• Narttiiand Sportsmen's
Women's Association (ABWA),
Club, first Thursday, 7:30 p.m.,
third Wednesday, 6:30 p.m., BJ's
clubhouse, 1542 Alba Road; 732Restaurant
6389
• Gaylord Fact Rnders Ge• Camo & Lace, group of out- nealogical Society, third Wednesdoorswomen, final Wednesday of
day, (except July and December),
the month, Northland Sportsmen's 7 p.m., 600 N. Elm Ave
Club, 1542 Old Alba Rd., Gaylord,
• Fraternal Order of Eagles,
call Connie Ouellette, 731-1906
first Tuesday of the month, 8 p.m..
for more information
Eagles Hall, South Wisconsin Av• Otsego County United Way, enue
noon Tuesday; 732-8929 for location
• Daughtara of Isabelia. first
Tuesday of the month, 7 p.m., St
Mary Parish Hall; 732^ 4375, 732-3595
• Hie
Oliago Ilka
Atsodstlon,
I fourth Tuesday,
I 7 p.m., Peace
Lutheran Church
Service &
Fraternal
Clubs
• Gaylord VA CommunityBased Outpatient Clinic (CBOC).
counselors, Monday-Friday, 8
a.m.-4 p.m., except holidays;
Jane Dunaway, 732-7525
• American Legion Post
458, fourth Thursday. 7:30 p.m.,
VFW Hall
at the health department office in Gaylord; no appointment
necessary; cost, $15 and
property tax ID number required; lowcost assistance
available for high
radon levels;
231-547-6523
• Hospice of
Michigan Support Group; first
Monday of month
noon-1:30 p.m., 1723
M-32 W., Gaylord, 732-2151
• Dental appointments
for children and adults; accepts
Medicaid, Health Kids Dental, Ml
Child, Northern Dental Plan; 877321-7070
• Parkinson's Support
Group, workshops, fourth Thursday of month, 3-5 p.m.. University Center, Gaylord: 732-1122
• "Living With Cancer"
Community Education Ciasses,
• Compassionate Friends
weekly broadcast. Thursdays.
Safe Harbor Chapter, first Monnoon-1:15 p.m.. via REMEC
day (except holidays), 7 p.m.,
Telehealth Network system; Kelly
Gaylord Evangelical Free Church,
Guswiler, 231 -935-6576,231 1649 M-32 E.. for those who
883-8080
have lost children of any age or
• WIC appointments availcause; Sue Taylor. 731-1933; or
able at Gaylord office of the
Lori Mead, 732-3209
Northwest Michigan Community
• Otsego County CaregivHealth Agency; WIC provides free
ers Support Group, third Saturfood for eligible pregnant and
day, 10 a.m., University Center,
post-partum women, infants, and
Livingston Blvd.. Gaylord; Nancy,
children; 231-547-0295 or 800731-2258, Dona, 732-1122, Ot432-4121 for appointment
sego Haus, 732-4121 or North• Immunization appointeastern Michigan Alzheimer's
ments for infants and children,
Association. 989-356-4087
Northwest Michigan Community
• Radon test l(its available
Darla, 731-2124
• Montmorency County Alzheimer's Support Group, first
Tuesday. 11 a.m.. MediLodge.
631 Caring St.. Hlllman, Beth,
989-742-4581
• Organ Transplant Support Group of Northern Michigan. every other month, conference room of OMH Professional
Building; call Bev, 983-4188 or
e-mail [email protected] for dates
and times
• HPV vaccinations available for girls and women ages
11 -26 at health department
offices in Otsego. Antrim, Charlevoix and Emmet and counties to
protect against certain types of
HPV that cause cervical cancer
and genital warts. Also available:
appointments providing no/lowcost birth control and STI testing
in a confidential setting; 800432-4121 for an appointment
P
• Veterans of Foreign
Wars, third Thursday, 7:30 p.m.,
VFW Hall
• Military Order of the
Purpie Heart, first Wednesday, 7
p.m, fire hall. Wisconsin Avenue;
732-2020
Health Agency office in Gaylord;
accepts Medicaid, or private pay
per visit; 800-432-4121
for an appointment
Support
SI H e a l t h
Groups
• Ladies Auxiliary No 1825.
Fraternal Order of Eagles, first and
third Wednesdays of the month, 7
p.m.. Eagles Hall
• LadtosAuxWaryofVFW
Post 1518, third Monday of the
month (except Nov. and Dec.,
whk;h are second Monday), 7
p.m., VFW Hall
• American Association
of Unhrarslty Women, Gaylord
branch, second Tuesday of month,
6:45 p.m.; 732-4981 for kxatton
• Daughters ot ttw American Revolution, 11:30 a.m,, second Saturday, BJ's Restaurant
• Beta sigma PN, second
Monday of the month; Barb, 7325901
• Friends of the Otsego
County Library, second Tuesday
of month, 11 a.m., library; Linda,
231 -546-3205, or Maureen, 7325841
• Parent Advisory Council
(PAC), third Tuesday of the month,
7:30 p.m.. Career Counseling
Room, Gaylord High School
Govt,
meeting
weigh-ins, 11:30 a.m. Wednesdays: meetings, noon Wednesdays
• Women's Resource Center, support group, Mondays,
6-7:30 p.m., 200 S. Court Ave.,
Gaylord; 731-0918
• Meditation Class, first
and third Tuesdays of the month,
6 p.m., St. Andrew's Episcopal
Church, East Main St. & Hayes
• CODA co-dependency,
noon Wednesday, Gaylord Church
of Christ: 731-1500
Gaylord High
School Yellow
Ribbon Club,
(Chapter of
Gaylord), meets
quarterly: Carmen Crane, 731 0969
• Reformers Unanimous,
Fridays, 7-9 p.m., Grace Baptist
Church; 732-5676
AA/NA/AI-Anon
• Gamblers Anonymous,
Croups
6:30-8 p.m. Thursday, Bethle• Northern Michigan Area
hem Lutheran Church, corner of
Front and Garfield, Traverse City: Information Service for AlAnon,
call for meeting times
732-8966 or 705-8565
and dates for Northern Michigan
• Breast Cancer Support
groups, 989-590-7289
Group: Ram Courtright, 231 • District 12 AAHoUlne,
546-3158 or 989-370-8317; or
866-366-9588, call lor meeting
Mary Pagels, 939-8187
times and dates
• Gronving Through Loss
• AA Gaylord Group, daily,
Grief Support, last Thursday of
8 p.m., 114 S. Center Ave., Suite
the month, 7 p.m.. Nelson Fu107. Gaylord,
neral Home: 732-1770
• Three Legacies AA, every
• Take Off Pounds Sensibly
day, 11 a.m., 2397 US-27 South,
(TOPS), Thursday, St, Andrew's
Gaylord;
705-8565
Episcopal Church: weigh-in 6
• NA 4Sth Parallel Study
p.m., meeting 6:30 p.m.; Mary
Group, Thursdays, 7 p.m., and
Piper, 732-1190
Sundays, noon, 2397 US-27
• Talie Off Pounds SensiSouth, Gaylord: 705-8565
bly (TOPS No. 1566, Gaylord),
• Ai-Anon Support Group,
Wednesdays, 9:30 a.m., weighFridays, 7 p.m., 2397 S. Otsego
in 8:30 a.m.. Church of the
Ave.
at Alano Club, Gaylord: 731 Nazarene on Wilkinson Road
6242
• Weight Watchers, United
• AA Foxhall Group, MonMethodist Church, Gaylord,
days, 7 p.m., Peace Lutheran
meetings, 5:30 p,m. Thursdays;
• Otsego County Planning
Commission, Monday, 7 p.m., in
the Multipurpose Room at the J.
Richard Vliill Alpine Center
Church, Old 27 South, Gaylord;
literature-based open meetings: last Monday of the month,
speaker meeting: 619-2754.
• AA Gaylord New Beginnings, institijtional meeting,
Wednesday, 7 p.m., 200 Livingston Blvd., Gaylord; 705-7171
• AA, 8 p.m. Wednesday,
1492 Marlette Road, Waters;
732-1759
• Al-Anon 12 & 12 Study
Group. Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m..
Peace Lutheran Church, Old 27
South, Gaylord, no meeting when
Gaylord schools closed due to
weather: call 989-275-5802 or
989-619-7244
• AA Gaylord 12 & 12 study
group, 8 p.m. Tuesdays, Gathering Room of the Diocesan Pastoral Center, 611 W. North St.
• Al-Anon, 8 p.m., Tuesday,
Diocesan Pastoral Center, 611 W.
North St., Gaylord, 731-6242
• AA Gratitude Group, daily,
6 a.m„ Habitat for Humanity Restore. 1384 W. Main St., Gaylord
• AA Women's mseUng,
Tuesdays, 6 p.m., Gaylord Alano
Club, 2397 S. Otsego Ave., 989858-0594
• AA Women's Group.
Thursdays, 7 p.m., Diocesan
Pastoral Center, 611 W. North
St., Gaylord
• Adult Children of Alcoholics, 7 p.m., Thursdays, Alano
Club on Old 27 South, Gaylord
• AA Association of Recovering Motorcyclists (ARM),
Wednesdays, 7 p.m., 302 E.
Main St., Gaylord
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C - 6 • S a t u r d a y , M a y 17, 2 0 0 6
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Fill in the squares so that each row, column and
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GEMINI - M a y 22yiun 21
Gemini, your mind is in overdrive this week.
Wednesday proves a day of greatest revelation.
You've just discovered your master plan for the
rest of the year.
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CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22
Cancer, family members and loved ones show
their affections and vent their frustrations in
strange ways. This week you're faced w i t h many
challenges.
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TAURUS - A p r 2 1 / M « y 21
Look ahead and cheer up, Taurus. The bad luck
you've been facing is bound t o take a turn for the
better this week. Forgive t h e people w h o have
treated you unkindly.
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ARIES - M a r 21/Apr 20
Give in t o the demands of friends this week. Aries.
Others may take up your time, but you enjoy it.
Show off your talents t o a willing audience and
you're sure t o shine.
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You may think that the others around you are
clueless, but ask for their help and you may be
pleasantly surprised, Virgo. Take some time for
fun on Friday.
2
UBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23
Fear is a thing of the past and curiosity takes over
this week, Libra. You find t h a t those you thought
were enemies really turn out t o be friends. A new
job is looming.
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SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22
Scorpio, it may sound corny, but a smile makes
all the difference w h e n dealing w i t h someone
difficult this week. Try a friendly approach before
you go on the defensive,
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SAGITTARIUS - N o v 23/Dec 21
You've been feeling the pull of nostalgia lately,
Sagittarius. Hook up w i t h o l d friends t o see how
they are keeping busy these days. You may be
surprised at what you learn.
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5. Circ>up t>f 7 s h e i k h d o m s ( a b b r . )
6. C h i g n o n
7. S m a l l inscct
8. O b j e c t p r c M o u s l y m e n t i o n e d
9. Ctroaned
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11. I - i s h s p a w n s
13. T e s t p a p e r
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17. I m p o r t a n t N a v a l m a n
19. l Y c d i l c c t i i > n
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22. U n w m d i n g (like film)
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LEO - Jul 2 3 / A u g 23
Leo, show some warmth t o someone w h o is less
fortunate. It's time t o be the hero rather than
the villain. You'll get a confidence boost and help
someone in the process.
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Live large this week, Capricorn. You should have
no problem being the life of the party if you only
let loose and enjoy yourself. Romance is a good
possibility,
A Q U A R I U S - J a n 21/Feb 18
Aquarius, your true path may be elusive t o many,
but the right people are g e t t i n g the message. You
have many followers this week who agree w i t h
your mission.
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PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20
A feeling of generosity washes over you this
week, Pisces, and you share the wealth w i t h others. Treat someone t o lunch or buy a gift.
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Having sold my auto repair shop, I will sell the following at public auction. From Gaylord, take 1-75 10
miles south to exit 270 (Waters), then west 1/4 mile to Old 27, then north 1/4 mile.
M h O O i a-.iiK«. S a l u H t e i f e . W t e n a f t . ZIMiai
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FORD TRACTOR, DUMP TRUCK, VAN, PONTOON, FISHER SNOWPIOWS; Ford NAA tractor w/loader & pallet fork aftachments^xj rubber (runs
strong) • 3 Pt. rear back blade • 3pt. landscape rake • 1989 GMC 3500 series dump truck, 4 W.D.,auto. trans., only 27,000 miles • 1992 Dodge
Caravan (runs good) • 1978 VW bus for salvage, has axles • 16' aluminum pontoon boat v//new bimini top, captain stand & swim ladder • Honda
15 h.p. outboard motor w/stand & gas tank (like new) • (3) like new Fisher snowplows, 9' & 7-1 / 2 ' RD & stainless X blades, many different truck
mounts available (buyers choice) • Lots of misc. Western, Fisher, Blizzard & Curtis plow components to include frames, controls, lights & edges
MECHANICS TOOLS & SHOP SUPPORT REIATED ITEMS (All very well maintained): Snap-On 7 drawer roll around tool box w / 4 drawer tool chest
• Snap-On alternator/battery tester • Snap-On battery charger • Snap-On tap & die set (metric, SAE, USS) • Snap-On lug off set • Snap-On
steering wheel puller • Snap-On 3 / 4 " air impact wrench • Snap-On 3 / r - a i r ratchets • OTC 1722 transverse engine support • OTC 10 ton porta
power • OTC 25 ton arbor press w / open throat • OTC hub tamer • OTC Ford timing chain set • OTC fuel line disconnect set • 8 Ton engine crane
• Transmission jack • Hi-Lift pallet jack • Lift Rite pallet jack • (4) Snap-On 5 ton H.D. jack stands • (2) 2-1/2 Ton floor jacks • Acetylene torch set,
gauges, tips w/cart • Lincoln 180 amp welder • Machinist tool box w/carbide tools, mics, inside gauges, radius gauges,etc. • Vernier calipers • (3)
Engine repair stands • 30 gal. gas caddy w / pump • 15 Gal. pressurized lube dispensers w/metered guns • Gear lube dispenser pump on wheels
• Floor creepers/engine work platform • Kuboto 1000 watt generator (like new) • Honda 5 h.p. power washer • Johnson horizontal band saw •
3 / 4 " Drive socket set w/breaker & ratchet • Pitman arm puller • Slap hammers, 1 w/spindle socket • Gear pullers many sizes & styles • 660 amp
jumper pac (12 volt) • Vacuum pump for A/C & R12 set • Fuel injection pressure tester set • Champion fuel injection cleaning set • Dorman fuel line
repair set • Stant cooling system tester set • Numerous hand tools to include screw drivers, large wrenches, pipe extractors, cutters, assorted pliers,
ratchets, sockets, nut drivers, etc. • Sandblaster w / hood & 15' hose • Cox auto hose reel • OTC & Snap-On spindle sockets • OTC air hydraulic
pump (new in box) • Tie rod tools • Tubing benders • Flaring set • C-Clamps • Bearing vise • Exhaust pipe expanders • Ball joint press • Craftsman
1 h.p. air compressor • Craftsman 9" radial arm saw • Milwaukee sawzall • Milwaukee 3/8" & 1/2" drills • Milwaukee 4-1/2" grinder • Milwaukee 14 volt cordless set • Drill press • Craftsman 8" bench grinder (new in box) • Dayton 8" bench grinder • Mikita grinder • Branick air powered
strut compressor • Lock out set w / key set picks • Air fuel ratio meter • Power probe (new in box) • Fluke #88 multi meter w / pressure transducer •
Quantity of 2x4 shelving • V^ork benches & welding table • Steel parts cabinets (many different sizes) • Sparkplug cabinet w / Bosch platinum plugs
O d r t s drawers filled w / electrical supplies, drain plugs, cotter roll pins, trim fasteners, etc. • Drill bit rack, full from 1/16 -1/2 (100 s pes.) Nut
"BTKIt rack, 3 metric SAE, USS 1 / 4 " - 3 / 4 " • Quantity of pipe fittings • Fabricatioa steel • Motor manuals to include Chilton, Ford, IN, etc. • Many
more shop related items
JEEP PARTS, GUNS, COLLECTIBLES, OUTDOOR & MISC. AUTO. RELATED ITEMS: Jeep parts to include hood, fenders, T90 trans., Spicer 18 transfer
case, 225 V6 engine, canvas top, light bars, seats, wheels • Blue Ox tow bar complete set-up for Jeep V/rangler • Assorted receiver hitches & tow
bars • Trailer torsion bars & hitch heads
GUNS TO INCLUDE V/hite Wonder 10 ga. single shot shotgun • Remington speedmaster 22 cal. semi-auto rifle • Marlin 22 cal. pump rifle • Stevens
"Crackshof 32 cal. rifle • Russian SKS 7.62x39 m.m. rifle w / custom stock • Carcano 6.5 m.m. rifle • Dutch Humburg 1908 Army bolt action rifle
• Stevens/Savage mod. 311A 20 ga. double barrel shotgun (nice)
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS INCLUDE 3'x6' floor model safe • Antique steam engine/generator • Large wooden butcher block • Sinclair porcelain gas
station sign • Other steel signs • Coleman nickel plate lanterns • Ammo, boxes • Jacobsen H.D. snowblower • Toro snowblower • 5 H.P rototiller
• 125,000 BTU self contained furnace A / C unit • Sams Club Stainless 4 burner grill • Bubbas Barbecue stainless deep fryer w / baskets • Coolers &
camping gear • Assorted garden tools • Hydraulic lift gate for pick-up truck • Warn M8000 winch (new w / cable) • (4) New Bridgestone Dueller
tires, size 275/75R/16 • Many used tires & wheels • FORD 170 6 cyl. engine, complete (runs) • (4) Assorted floor model shop fans • New Noscor
Goodwrench jacket • Many more auto related items • Jewelry wagons
AUCTIONEER'S NOTE; Waters Garage will continue business as usual with the new owner. Bring your friends, trucks & trailers. All items
ore clean and in reody-to-work condition, featuring many name brands such as Snap-On, OTC, Craftsman and Hondo to name a few.
There is a forklift on site for loading. Sale held outdoors. Your attendance is appreciated!
PREVIEW/INSPECTION: Friday, May 23, from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. OR, for more sale info, phone Ron Schwarz at (989) 858-6010.
TERMS OF SAl£: Cash or Ml check with proper I.D. Visa, Mastercard and Discover Cards accepted. All items to be settled in full before
removal from premises. Not responsible for accidents before, during or after auction. Everything sells as is, where is. Auctioneers act as
selling agents only and assume no guarantees or liabilities. Announcements made day of sale take precedence over printed matter
THIS IS A PARTIAL LISTING. For a complete listing with photos, visit johnpeckauctions.com. Lunch on grounds.
Waters jGarage^S ' E ^ i p m e n t
more sale information, call Ron Schwarz
at (989) 858-6010 • 10483 Old 27, Waters Michigan
lOHlf PECK AUCTIONS LLC - Auctions 8 Appraisals
Gladwin, MI (989) 426-8061 • Log On johnpeckauctions.com
Saturday, May 17,2008
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OTSEGO L A K E FRONT
OREAT C O M M E R C U U - B U L n N O on
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I Building has a 9 ^ reputation for businesses. I
Price includes storage units.
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AOVERTfSlNG DEADUNES - The deadbne to
place a classified ad m the Wednesday hieraid
Times is Monday at 10:00 a m. The d ^ l i n a
fof the Saturday Herald Times & Marketplace
a Wedr^esday at 5 p.m.
103 Free Otters
RBHALS
104
Notes
010 Apartments For Rent
011 Busirteae Property For Rem 105 Loetorxl Found
l06Penonais
012 Houses For Rent
107 CMd Care Services
013 Rooms For Rent
106 Sendees Available
014 Resort Property For Rerrt
108 Busmeas Opportunity
015 Wanted To Rent
EMPLOYMENT
016 Miscettaneous For Rent
201 Admmistratrvtt/ Proteestonal
017 Roommates Wanted
202 ClutM/Restaursnts
ANNOUNCEMENTS
203 C t M C»9 Help Wanted
101 Announcements
204 Help Wanted/Mtsceilaneous
102 Card of TharAs
REAL ESTATE
000 Adv«rtisvtg StarvUrrH
001 Bu«nM8 Property
002 Fama/Larvj
004 HOU0M For Sate
005 Income Irwwtmint
Property
006
007
008
009
Lott & Acretge
MoWe/Modiiar Hous»>g
Real Estate \Mnted
ResortA/acation Property
Advertising Standards
Houses For Sale
000
ADVERTISING
DEADLINES.
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Times IS M o n d a y at 10:00am.
The d e a d l i n e for t h e Saturday
Herald Times is W e d n e s d a y at
5 p m . To p l a c e y o u r c l a s s i f i e d ad,
c a l l u s at ( 9 8 9 ) 7 3 2 - 1 1 1 1 .
004
Lots & Acreage
Apartments For Rent
Apartments For Rent
006
010
010
NEVVI 1 0 & 2 0 A c r e S l t B S
Murner Road. 4 mries from Gaylord
HorB«s. Hunting. HorriMito. Buy & Hold'
ProTP $39,500. CaH Scott Che»ley now'
(989)614-6100
aao 8Q. FT. W- Wtri 2 bedrooms, 15 bsths,
newer carpet, well. s«ptK & wirvtg. t29,9M.
mls 254157
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Dm Rvn Goif Come • ScftiM Ratmrrgni
Airpon' • Dtmond WSietIa
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loin
Houses For Sale
004
800-228-5673
www.iakesofthenorth.com
—lAr ^
888-664-7355
or visit us online at
www.blakenrealtv.com
2 B E D R O O M c h a l e t and g a r a g e
o n 10 acres o f h a r d w o o d s . Great
l o c a t i o n for golf, s n o w m o b i l i n g
a n d h u n t i n g . C o m e s as is. Fully
furnished. C o m e s w i t h washer,
dryer,
2
snowmobiles,
lawn
m o w e r a n d s n o w blower. A p praised at $ 1 2 5 , 0 0 0 . Will sell for
$ 1 1 2 , 0 0 0 c a s h p a y o u t . Wayne.
(248)770-9678.(07)
3 B E D R O O M h o m e o n Mic h a y w e ' s o n l y lit street. Too
much
to
list.
Please
call
(517)579-8745 or visit our W e b
site at h t t p : / / w e b . m a c . c o m / r y anandolivia/Our .Home/Welcome.html
NEWTODAYT
H O M E F O R sale. T h u m b Lake
R o a d n o r t h of Vanderbilt. 2 b e d r o o m s . G a r a g e . Partial basement. B r e e z e w a y . Large lot. C a n
b e d i v i d e d . Will c o n s i d e r lar>d
contract.
$29,500.
( 9 8 9 ) 9 8 3 - 4 2 1 3 o r (989)732-5626.
Contact Prudential
Preferred Properties
to get a free list
of foreclosures
and to learn the
importance of being
represented
as a buyer.
Suite,
Radiant
fi 6atem«<it tnfi Car Ga'aqt I
dHJ 2 Car
males this a mtAI la VM GUI NONI
SAVE S$ ON G A S . . .
Vou un walV to most everything from tun 3-4 BR. 1!
h«T« with fenced bKkyan) ft detached 3 cai
OU1NOW1 i9t.900 {ML$i;s;6(l2l
(989) 732-9555 or
Stop in at 715 South
Wisconsin Ave., Gaylord
007
2 B E D R O O M . 1 bath mobile
home. Kitchen appliances and
s t o r a g e b u i l d i n g included. Very
nice.
Must
see.
$10,500,
(989)858-3019.(07)
NEWTOMYt
BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom modular. 1,365 s q u a r e feet. 2 baths.
Appliances.
Storage
building.
Central a i r M e d i c a l reasons for
selling. E n n Tcxld. M o b i l e H o m e
Brokers. (989)619-1897.(17)
OLDER 1 4 ' X 7 0 ' mobile home
sitting o n large lot. L a n d c o n t r a c t
possible.
$36,500.
(989)732-1497.(10t)
GRI, ABR. ASP.ePftO, FSC
989-732*2804 • 989-858-1466
www.harmonygaylord.com
"Expeneixe at your service "
MICHAYWE.3
bedrooms.
2
baths. N e w c a b i n e t s , vanities,
t o p s , c a r p e t , roof. M a k e offer.
(989)493-9570,(07)
Custom Built Ranch.
4
NEWTOBAYT
Real Estate Wanted
F O R S A L E b y o w n e r or rent. 3
b e d r o o m s . 1 - 1 / 2 b a t h s . 1985
trailer. F e n c e d in y a r d o n large
c o r n e r lot. 2 car g a r a g e . $ 4 5 , 0 0 0
or
$560/month
plus
utilities.
(989)732-3337.(17)
TMS CUSTOM BUILT
SQ ft rarxh home
r$ located at i636 Wmtefl^nd Drive m Four
batons Ejtat« (just otf Murrw Road m
Cayiord) 3 bedroorrc, 2 full baths, tuli/par
Iially finished basement plumbed for future
bath, too rnany extras to list inside & out'
Yard IS beautifully larxlscaped. nofismoking home i r>o mdoor pets' T>iis home is a
mifsi see' S219.000. Call for private showing
at M»-731-611t or M»-3S6.«7W Lot for
sale
same subdivision S20.CIOQ for more
mfcmatron on this home i lot for sale go to
NEW TODAY!
WWW.fiysaKbyowt*' (om biting 111044575
INVENTORY
LIQUIDATION.
Northcrest H o m e s , 1 1 9 8 O t s e g o
Avenue. G a y l o r d . A c r o s s f r o m
K m a r t . Friday, M a y 2 3 a n d Saturday. M a y 24, 1 2 n o o n t o 7 p m . 2
d a y s only. A B S O L U T E
SALE
MUST
HAVE
COMMITMENT
LETTER F R O M B A N K or g o o n tine t o g m g l o a n s . n e t t o p r e - q u a l ify. For p r i v a t e s h o w i n g , call S a m
at (231)258-4555.(17)
008
NEW TODAY?
WE BUY FORESTED LAND. 40
plus acres. N o s w a p s , fields or
houses. (989)348-3596.(17)
Resort/Vacation
Property
009
151' F R O N T A G E o n all s p o r t s
lakes N e t t i e . B e a c h frontage,
m a t u r e t r e e s , p a v e d road. Ott a w a Hills S u b d i v i s i o n . S l o p i n g
topography.
$99,900.
1 B E D R O O M upstairs a p a r t m e n t
for rent. Private entrar^ce a n d
driveway.
Near
downtown.
$ 4 2 5 / m o n t h plus security d e p o s i t . I n c l u d e s water, sewer a n d
gart^age p i c k u p . N o pets. Call
(989)732-9880.(14t)
1 B E D R O O M . D o w n t o w n Gaylord.
Newly
remodeled,
$410/nx>nth.
No
pets.
(231)585-7660.(3t)
2 B E D R O O M S . $560. In t o w n .
C a r p o r t . C o i n laundry, air L o t s
o f s t o r a g e . 1 year lease. No pets,
(989)732-3671.(05t)
2
B E D R O O M S . Washer a n d
d r y e r A r t x i t u s B e a c h area. N o
pets. R e f e r e n c e s a n d d e p o s i t required,
$650/month.
(989)732-2147. (05t)
3-4 BEDROOMS. $500/month
plus utilities. In t o w n . N o pets.
Referer>ces.
(231)599-2895
or
(231)675-1619,(12)
A F F O R D A B L E H O U S I N G available. Gcislight Square A p a r t m e n t s h a s 1. 2 a n d 3 t ) e d r o o m s
o n a w a i t i n g list. I n c o m e b a s e d
rent
provides
an
affordable,
q u a l i t y livir>g e n v i r o n m e n t . A p p l y
at Gaslight Square, l o c a t e d 1
b l o c k f r o m A s p e n Park g a t e at
1 2 3 1 Village Parkway, Gaylord,
Office hours. Monday through
Friday.
8am-4pm,
(989)732-3019.
EOE.
TDD
1-800-830-7110.(08)
A L L U T I L I T I E S . Clean In t o w n .
2 b e d r o o m d u p l e x . No pets. Call
t o see. (989)858-1729.(14)
D O W N T O W N . 1 b e d r o o m . Very
clean. Laundry, a i r S n o w a n d
g a r b a g e removal. $ 5 0 5 / m o n t h .
Discount
for
nonsmoker
(989)370-4592,(14)
E F F I C I E N C Y R O O M S . All utilities i n c l u d e d . $ 8 5 / $ 1 0 0 weekly.
Call Chris. (989)350-8005.(07)
EXCEPTIONALLY NICE 1 and 2
b e d r o o m a p a r t m e n t s a n d spacious 3 bedroom town homes.
N o w a c c e p t i n g a p p l i c a t i o n s for
immediate
occupancy.
Park
M e a d o w Apartments. 1 block
east of K - m a r t o n C o m m e r c e
B o u l e v a r d . (989)-731-1159. TDD
1 - 8 0 0 - 7 6 0 - 1 9 9 7 . Call or s t o p by
t o d a y . Evening a n d w e e k e n d a p p o i n t m e n t s available. O p e n until
7 p m o n Friday a n d 1 0 a m - 2 p m
o n Saturday, i n c o m e restrictions
apply. Equal h o u s i n g o p p o r t u nity.(26)
IMMACULATELY
CLEAN.
2
b e d r o o m s . (989)732-2270.(14)
• 2 Car Garage • Full Basement
• Great Room with Cathedral Ceiling • Excellent Location
• Unique Floor Plan
Sale Price $ 1 6 0 , 0 0 0
1 year lease, $900 month, plus deposit
CalM989| 732-1164
I
!
$169,700
M M M W> • lO^Mf Menpa*
i
•
SMALL
2
$475/month
plus
(989)858-3733.(261)
bedrooms.
utilities.
3 BEDROOM HOME - on corner lot in Lewiston, 2 blocks from
school. Nicely landscaped, 2-cars garage presently being used
for home business. Michigan basement, large outbuilding.
$99,000
2 BEDROOM MOBILE with 100 ft. frontage on Otsego Lake
canal. Storage shed & deck. $88,000.
WOODED LOT - Located 7 miles south of Gaylord. 103 feet x
230 feet. $6,950, Land contract possible. (DH)
COUNTRY LIVING - 2 bedroom home with full-finished basement sitting on nice, quiet, blacktop road on 1 acre. Few
neighbors. $110,000.
Cell ( 9 8 9 ) 6 1 4 - 0 0 3 9
REDUCED
f
MLS 1254622
$79,900
M L S 1256432
$149,900
M L S 1249118
—
•
$442.82
S393.37
PER MONTH
PER MONTH
MLS 1253946
GOLF COURSE
'NEW LISTING
m
$89,900
M L S 1256847
$167,500
mlsi2s1065
YOU AND YOUR HOnSES wHI love ttme 10
aciw with frontage on Bradford Creek and access
to Big Bradford Lake wW) other property owners.
MLS KM746
MtCHAYW6 Enjoy al e< Mtehaywi's amenitw
golf, pool, tennis, t lake accees with ttw Michayw^
kx on a quiet cJ-de-sac with common greijnd
balwd t35IO.MLSI2SS271
s
MLSI2S3EM $ 2 1 4 , 9 0 0
t
S M A L L 2 b e d r o o m apartment.
$ 4 7 5 / m o n t h p l u s utilities. Security d e p o s i t a n d references required. (989)858-3733,(1 Ot)
S M A L L 1 b e d r o o m apartment.
$400/month
plus
security.
(989)732-1812.(14t)
GUTHRIE L A K E | ; W | !
$99,000
BEDORE LAKE
b ,
NEWTODATfl
1
BEDROOM
apartment.
In
t o w n . $ 5 2 5 / m o n t h . Utilities included- Washer a n d dryer available, (989)370-4831.(17)
REMODELED
EFFICIENCY
units o n O t s e g o Lake. Daily,
weekly or $ 3 9 5 / m o n t h . Includes
utilities, f u r n i s h i n g s a n d cable.
N o pets, (989)732-9795.(30)
•«.,>» 1..',
MLS 124(938
t
MOVE-IN SPECIAL.
3
bedr o o m s , 1 bath. All utilities included.
Downtown
Gaylord.
$ 8 0 0 / m o n t h . (989)858-6376.(1 Ot)
REDUCED
MLSI2S4446 $ 5 7 , 0 0 0
UTHRIELAKE
7
M A Y S P E C I A L . N o d e p o s i t . References required, 2 b e d r o o m u p stairs. All utilites i n c l u d e d . Near
hospital
$600.
(989)732-8138.(10t)
NICE COTTAGE with 50' sandy beach frontage on Otsego Lake.
New private well, septic field (big enough for a 3 bedroom
house) and new dock. If you have dreamed of being on Otsego
Lake, here's your chance. $194,500.
'.it.-.
$90,000
IN T O W N 2 bedroom apartment
w i t h large loft. Washer, d r ^ r ,
water, snowpk>wing, g a r b a g e Inc l u d e d . N o pets. $ 7 1 0 p l u s s e c u rity deposit, (989)732-1275.(08t)
1 B E D R O O M a p a r t m e n t . Exceptionally
nice.
( 9 8 9 ) 7 3 2 - 5 1 1 8 . ( 0 2 0 1 tfnOlO)
3 bedroom, 1 bath home. Basem e n t . A t t a c h e d garage. K n o t t y ,
pine.
Newer
roof,
electric,
k i t c h e n , b a t h , s e p t i c , d r a i n field
a n d well. $ 7 9 , 9 0 0 . O p e n h o u s e
M a y 31, 1 0 a m - 4 p m . 4 2 7 0 M o n t morency
Street,
(989)584-6024.(14)
$52,500
GAYLORD
APARTMENT.
2
b e d r o o m s , 1 t>ath, $600/rTVDnth.
$ 5 0 0 d e p o s i t . N o s m o k i n g . f>o
pets.
303
South
Elm.
(989)732-0555.(14)
(989) 732-2262
010
1 B E D R O O M apartment. 2 bedroom
duplex.
$450
and
$ 5 5 0 / m o n t h . M a n y extras inc l u d e d . (989)390-1213.(03)
L A N D C O N T R A C T . By o w n e r
G a y l o r d . 1,700 s q u a r e f o o t h o m e
with 30'x40 garage. 3 bedrooms,
2 baths. Fireplace. A p p l i a n c e s
included.
Walkout
basement.
$ 1 1 9 , 0 0 0 . (231)420-7205.(14)
L E W I S T O N . C O R N E R lot. N i c e
MiCHAYWE.
PROFESSIONALLY
decorated
executive
home. 4 bednjoms. New w o o d
f l o o r s a r x l stainless a p p l i a n c e s .
Family r o o m h a s t o n g u e a n d
g r o o v e c a t h e d r a l ceiling a n d wall
of w i n d o w s overlooking deck.
$ 1 3 4 , 9 0 0 . I n c l u d e s all s t a g i n g
furniture. O p e n Sunday, M a y 18,
l p m - 3 p m . 7 5 9 7 Bluejay.
Call
o w n e r at (810)733-7057.(10)
w i t h 1-car attached garage, f u l l
basement C o m p l e t e l y like oew
condition, exceptionally clean!
Cit)' water & w w e r . oak cabinets. new carpet. 1 bath, approximately 1.000 sq ft. o f space
A l l lawn care & s n o w removal
mclutled B e a u t i f u l l y landscaped
w i t h great city parks out your
f r o m door N O P E T S P L E A S E !
Located on Elk^'lew D n v e
S l . r t i n » . 1 STWI ntr m o n t t l
plus all utilities 1-year lease
required Call 1-989-732-7852
or 1-989-737-4289 today
for a showing.
3815 O l d 27 South, G a y l o r d
Apartments For Rent
005
W E W A N T t o retire. 2 d u p l e x e s
p l u s c o m m e r c i a l b u i l d i n g . All
rented. G o o d i n c o m e , 4 plus
acres. (989)348-8471.(10)
Two
Bedroom
Duplex
D O N ' S NORTHLAND
REAL ESTATE
^810^53^^970^30^
Income/Investment
Property
The Gold St;»nd?rd
989-731-4221
Mobile/Modular
Housing
Sandi Cogswell, broker
rw-tW Ol ^
lUcI FM* MNai
1^
• * Mrnr* "Vt <4 TK PrudvM I
. • J,/ PERCH LAKE
n.nilr A A".
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61 ACRES
G a y l o r d . R o l l i n g hills, beautiful
views, 5 0 %
w o o d e d . Asking
$4,400/acre.
(989)345-7911.(09)
G A Y L O R D . 5 w o o d e d acres o n
p h v a t e r o a d just w e s t of t o w n .
Ideal l o c a t i o n t o raise a family.
Electric a n d t e l e p h o n e . $28,900,
$500 down, $360/month, 11%
lar>d
contract.
vtAvw.northemlandco.com.
Northern
Land
ENJOY P A N O R A M I C VIEWS . .
I tnit B«*uti<ul A Sp«cicus * BR. 3 Bath tt«nch on tOC o m p a n y , 1 - 8 0 0 - 9 6 8 - 3 1 1 8 . ( 1 6 t )
AOCS dOM 10 town Amer(t>Ml<litGr<«Room. M«tff
LAND
CONTRACT
available.
Contemporary 3 bedroom ranch.
B r a n d r»ew interior includes h i c k o r y kitchen, e x o t i c m a p l e flooring, Kohler fixtures, slate tile. Full
basement with finished works h o p . A t t a c h e d 2 - 1 / 2 car garage.
Full a p a r t m e n t w i t h separate e n t r a n c e . $124,9(X). Call for s h o w ing. (989)619-0008.(10)
1 GO'S o f L i s t i n g s
For more information
contact us at
2 9 2 M O S T L Y w o o d e d acres by
o w n e r B i g s u g a r m a p l e , pine.
o l d fields, s p r i n g . N o buildings.
A d j o i n s s t a t e l a n d o n Manistee
River. V i e w for miles. Oil/gas
rights. Year a r o u n d road, p o w e r
a n d p h o n e . For m o r e information,
svww.SellingOurLand.com.
Joseph,
(425)881-8017
after
10am.(03)
Compen VUIow" • Priend* Mmk Concvti
i o ^ Acfintia S Ewntt • SporUMon Commlate
Hornet A LoU j w Sole • RecrMional Roirdt
H O M E F O R sale in G a y l o r d ' s
premier G l e n M e a d o w s n e i g h borhood. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths.
S i t u a t e d o n an o v e r s i z e d lot. A s s o c i a t i o n h a n d l e s all l a w n c a r e
a n d s n o w removal. $150,000.
(812)827-1437.(03)
o p p o r t u n i t y . { 0 7 2 1 tfnOOO)
Michigan Network
r - > * -
CHARMING FARM home on
over 18 t>eautiful rolling acres.
Breathtaking views. 3 t > ^ r o o m ,
2 b a t h h o m e . A t t a c h e d 2 car g a rage w i t h b r e e z e w a y . Tastefully
d e c o r a t e d w i t h o p e n floor plan,
fireplace,
large
kitchen
with
stainless s t e e l a p p l i a n c e s . A w e s o m e barn with finished office
s p a c e , w o r k s h o p . 4 large h o r s e
stalls, h u g e loft. F e n c e d
tures. 5 m i l e s n o r t h of G a y l o r d .
For sale b y o w n e r . $282,500.
Call ( 9 8 9 ) 9 8 3 - 4 4 1 5 for an a p p o i n t m e n t . (03)
P U B L I S H E R ' S N O T I C E : All real
estate a d v e r t i s i n g in this n e w s pap>er is s u b j e c t t o t h e Fair
Housing Act w h i c h m a k e s rt illegal t o a d v e r t i s e " a n y preference,
limitation or d i s c n m i n a t i o n b a s e d
o n race, color, religion, sex.
h a n d i c a p , familial s t a t u s or national ongin, o r an intention, t o
rr>ake any s u c h preference, limitation or d i s c r i m i n a t i o n . " Familial
status i n c l u d e s c h i l d r e n under
the a g e of 18 living w i t h parents
or legal c u s t o d i a n s , pregnant
women and
people secunng
c u s t o d y of c h i l d r e n under 18.
This n e w s p a p e r will not k n o w ingly a c c e p t a n y a d v e r t i s i n g for
real estate w h i c h is in violation of
the law. O u r r e a d e r s are hereby
i n f o r m e d t h a t all d w e l l i n g s advert i s e d in this n e w s p a p e r are available o n an e q u a l o p p o r t u n i t y basis. To c o m p l a i n of d i s c n m i n a tion. call
HUD
toll
free at
1 - 8 0 0 - 6 6 9 - 9 7 7 7 . T h e toll free
t e l e p h o n e n u m b e r for t h e heari n g Impaired is 1 - 8 0 0 - 9 2 7 - 9 2 7 5 .
Equal
housing
209 SeH Employmant
• Opportunity
210 Medical/ProteasKind
MERCHANDISE
301 Oothtfig
302 Produce & Plants
303 GaraQe/Yard Sates
304 HdatinQ/Air Corxlitioning
Houses For Sale
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206 s m
601 H o r m & Riding StaUss
602 P«B & &4}piiM
603 UvKtock « TMd
900 Frae CtaMiltods
AUTOMOTIVE
MARKETPIACC
(Separate Section)
701 Cars
702 Auto Parts/Accenonas
703 VMVSport Utility Vehicle
704 Trucks
705 Utility Traitea
305 Household Goods
306 Miscelaneoua For Sale
307 Muacai MerchandMe
306 Eiactronics
309 Wanted To Buy
3t0Mactvnery
311 AnOques & Auctvans
RECREATIONAL
401 Sporting Goods
402 Recreationai Vehtdes
403 Boats/Snowniobilee
LIVESTOCK a PETS
004
N E W H O M E . R a i s e d ranch. 4
bedrooms.
2
b a t h s . Garage.
Treetops view f r o m b a c k p o r c h .
Rolling 5 acres. 2 mites north o f
Gaylord. B e a u t i f u l views. A d j o i n ing
snowmobile/biking
trails.
Possible land contract terms.
0%
down.
$179,900.
(989)732-1827.(07)
ADVERTISING
STANDARDS.
Advertisir^g p u b l i s h e d in t h e G a y lord Herald T i m e s is a c c e p t e d o n
the p r e m i s e t h a t t h e m e r c h a n dise a n d s e r v i c e s o f f e r e d are
properly d e s c r i b e d a n d willingly
sold t o c u s t o m e r s at t h e advertised
price.
Advertisers
are
aware o f t h e s e c o n d i t i o n s . A d vertising t h a t d o e s n o t c o n f o r m
t o t h e s e s t a n d a r d s , or that is dec e p t i v e or m i s l e a d i n g , is never
k r x j w i n g l y a c c e p t e d . If any Gaylord Herald T i m e s reader encounters non-compliance with
these s t a n d a r d s , w e ask ttnat y o u
i n f o r m the A d v e r t i s i n g Department
of
this
newspaper,
(989)732-1111.
205 OncftOartcal
206 Situabona Wanted
207 Trades^lndustnal
MLS #248076
$249,900
Bi* Mm Mot
• TOLL F R E E 8 6 6 - 5 1 6 - 3 8 6 6 • w w w . c e n t u r y 2 1 g a y l o r d . c o m
5 1 9 S. O t s e g o A v e . , G a y l o r d , Ml 4 9 7 3 5
MLS #256486
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LOOKIMO TOR THAT PERFECT P»WERTY7
ThIslsltlFlallandwtltilotsofpine tnas & hartwoods! Over 16 acres with state land on two aides.
Just a short dttva from I-7S.
t64,M0 MLS 1256065
Sctuntey. May 17. 2006 • 3
Oaytord H e r a M T l m « i
Apartments For Rent
010
Business Property
For Rent
Business Property
For Rent
011
oil
f f / n r
Apartments
( ()NM.(
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dale j. s m i t h Really
(989) 733-2477 • 1-800 B??-?3S0
www.d.ih^isiuith.cnin
email
l.wy S. Otsotjo. Box ;«w.
Gaylorcl. Ml 4973i>
WEST PARK
APARTMENTS
Cathedral Ceilinss with Studio
Loft. Washer/Dryer Hookup
Carports
Dishwasher
Brick Extehor
Other units also available
Rents
$500-$6&5|
Call
732-1164
2 LOCATIONS:
Houses For Rent
012
1 B E D R O O M . Living r o o m and
dinir>g r o o m . Totally f u r n i s h e d
w i t h gart>a9e p i c k u p aruj lake
access. $ 5 0 0 p l u s utilities. 2
b e d r o o m s w i t h w o r k s h o p . Garbage pickup. Lake access. $425
plus utilities. T w o 2 b e d r o o m efficiencies. $ 4 0 0 / e a c h plus utilities.
Lake
access.
(989)732-4318.(17t)
3300 aq. f t with 11 offices, conference room, kitchen, basement &
h ^ h visitsiHty.
23,000 t q . f t with 17,000 sq. ft.
prime Class-A offk:e$, elevator.
One floor, 6,000 sq. ft. leased.
PERFECT LOCATION
SALE - LEASE - CAN DIVIDE
6,000 sq. f t with 2 offices, air compressor. 3 overhead doors. Fenced
storage and parking with diesel
plug ins.
3 B E D R O O M , 2-1/2 bath home
o n 5 acres w i t h 3 d e c k s t o enjoy
a t}eautiful view. C o m p l e t e w i t h a
2 - 1 / 2 car g a r a g e . $ 8 5 0 / m o n t h
plus utilities. First m o n t h ' s rent
plus security d e p o s i t t o m o v e in.
References
required.
(989^05-7800.(07)
011
A P R I M E o f f i c e l o c a t i o n available
for
rent.
(989)732-7551 .{0429tfn011)
r
12,000 sq. f t , great service facility
includes 1,400 sq. ft. of offices,
overhead doors and floor hoist.
3 B E D R O O M S , 2 baths. Full
basement. 2 c a r garage. N e w l y
remodeled.
$750/month
plus
utilities.
No
pets/smoking.
(616)644-6432.(10t)
dale j. smith Realty
(989) 732-2477 • 1-800-822-2350
www.dalejsmith com
e-mail • dale©daleisniith com
1349 S Otsego. Bo* 309. GaylOfd. Ml 49735
officespace
For rent:
2,;00 square foot office
building at a prime
location on Soutli Otsego
Avenue just south of
McCoy Road. Spacious
parking, pleasant setting.
h e r a i i ^ ^ i m e s
Call for more information.
GORMCK Bt lLDING
M32 * Gaviord
N O W L E A S I N G 1 to 10 individual
main floor offices! Single office
leases from just $250/month.
Prestigious high visibility location.
Signage available.
Call Scott ChMley (969) 732-5225
MIchlgen Nttwork • R M n o n
CHALET/EXECUTIVE/MEDIC A L . M a i n Street. 1 , 1 0 0 s q u a r e
feet. Extremely a f f o r d a b l e . A m ple parking. (989)732-2270.(23)
C O M M E R C I A L B U I L D I N G . Two
12'x12' o v e r h e a d d o o r s . Office
and r e s t r o o m p l u s v a c a n t lot.
Lease required. 118 M e e c h e r
Road. (989)731-5856.(07t)
C O M M E R C I A L R E N T A L S available. Retail or o f f i c e s p a c e . Call
(989)614-1004
or
e-mail
8cott0dur*isonline.com.(0722tfn
Oil)
D O W N T O W N B U S I N E S S locations available. O f f i c e suites or
storefronts.
(989)732-5118.(0201tfn011)
GAYLORD
OFFICE
buiiding.
3 , 4 4 0 feet. 7 years o l d . Beautiful.
Floor hot w a t e r heat. Central
air/air m a k e u p units. H a n d i c a p
toilets. N N N net. 7.0 feet. 1122
G o m i c k . (616)293-1349.(10)
PREMIUM
PROFESSIONAL
m e d i c a l o f f i c e s p a c e for lease o n
S o u t h O t s e g o A v e n u e . Individual
suites of 8 ^ a n d 1,200 square
feet o r will c u s t o m i z e 2 , 0 0 0 . 1 office suite for lease. 5 5 0 s q u a r e
feet. Call ( 9 8 9 ) 7 3 2 - 2 6 0 0 for m o r e
information. (0505tfn011)
KOSKE
REALTY Cd.
2192 South Otsego • Gaylord • South Of McCoy Road
m
RENT TO own. 4 bedrooms.
3 - 1 / 2 baths, fireplace, air, appliarwses. $1,095. 7 5 2 3 O n o l e Circle. (231)264-9474.(03)
3 B E D R O O M , 2 b a t h h o m e at
front of M i c h a y w e w i t h d e c k a n d
garage. $ 8 2 5 / m o n t h plus utilities. (989)448-7372.(23)
R a n d o m Lane b y N o r t h O h i o
1 O F F I C E s u i t e for lease. 1.100
square feet. CaH ( 9 8 9 ) 7 3 2 - 2 6 0 0
for m o r e information-(12)
2 B E D R O O M . 1 b a t h mobile.
B a s e m e n t . 2 c a r a t t a c h e d garage.
Expar>ded living r p o m .
Newly
remodeled.
No
pets.
$ 6 2 5 / m o n t h . (989)858-1413.(17)
2 B E D R O O M , 1 bath home.
Johannesburg
area.
$550/month. Security deposit,
references. A v a i l a b l e J u n e 1.
(989)732-4050
or
(989)619-6134.(29)
INDUSTRIAL /WAREHOUSE
SALE • LEASE - CAN DIVIDE
Call 9 8 9 - 7 3 2 - 1 0 1 2
SEWTODAYJ
NEWTODAYT
NEWTODAYt
2 B E D R O O M home. Close to
Qayiord. N o p e t s . Security depo^
requir^.
$435/month.
(989)705-1918 after 6pm.(14t)
4 B E D R O O M S . G a s included.
$ 7 5 0 / m o n t h . (989)350-8005.(07)
HOSTMAN'S QUALITY
rental
h o m e s . T h e h o m e of a f f o r d a b l e
rent. ( 9 8 9 ) 7 3 2 - 0 5 9 9 . Pets a n d
flexible s w e a t e q u i t y t e r m s are
considered. P i c k u p a n a p p l i c a tion in t h e f r o n t d o o r steel box
and v i e w a v a i l a b l e u n i t s at 136
North C o u r t Street or in t h e
w e e k e n d e d i t i o n of t h e Herald
Times. S e c t i o n Eight a c c e p t e d .
1616 G rovelan d 3 b e d r o o m 1
bath e x p a n d o m o b i l e $ 5 3 5 / 1590
Orange Grove 2 bedroom mobile
$ 4 7 5 / U S B N o r t h Indiana 2 b e d r o o m d u p l e x $ 4 9 5 / 3 7 5 7 Van
Tyle 2 b e d r o o m m o b i l e $ 3 9 5 /
2021 Mt. J a c k E l m i r a 2 b e d r o o m
petite m o b i l e $ 3 2 5 / 2 3 7 1 Charles
Elmira 2 b e d r o o m m o b i l e attached
garage
$635.
1676
Springwood 2 b e d r o o m mobile
s h e d $ 4 7 5 / 4 1 5 8 Vail 2 b e d r o o m
m o b i l e s h e d $ 4 4 5 / 3 3 9 Edelweiss 2 b e d r o o m m o b i l e w i t h
addition $ ^ 5 . ( 1 4 t )
LARGE 3 b e d r o o m home outside
of
town.
$850/month.
(989)619-9479.(10)
MICHAYWE.
EXECUTIVE
h o m e . 4 b e d r o o m s . Professionally
decoratedPartially
furnished. $ 9 5 0 / m o n t h . 7597 Bluejay
View
Sunday,
May
18.
3 : 1 5 p m . (810)423-7884.(10)
O T S E G O L A K E b e a c h front. 3
b e d r o o m s . 1 - 3 p e o p l e . Lease
through
f».4ay
31,
2009.
$605/month. 1-1/2 m o n t h security. (248)760-0973.(051)
R E N T T O o w n . 2 bedroorr^s, 2
baths. M a s t e r suite.
clean.
5 1 2 8 Krys R o a d . $ 7 0 0 rent plus
depoeit.
Available
June
1.
(989)390-4444.(07)
Rooms For Rent
013
NEWTODAYT
S H A R E L A K E F R O N T h o m e . Pnvate b e d r o o m , s i t t i n g r o o m £u^d
b a t h r o o m . S h a r e k i t c h e n , library,
garage. $ 4 5 0 i n c l u d e s all utilities.
DirecTV.
(989)732-1979
leave
m e s s a g e . (17)
Resort Property
For Rent
014
NEWTCWAYI
FOR Y O U R s p r i n g a n d s u m m e r
guests. (989)732-2602.(17)
GAYLORD COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
Sinking F u n d - P h a s e 3
Gayiord, M i c h i g a n
Project No. 0118-08
Invitation t o B i d
TWO BEDROOM HOME
ClesQ. T.ait* LouiM/JohuinMbiirg. PuU
bsMinant, well insulated, oew carpet,
and l.S car g&nge. $62&/moQtb plas
security depoeit. 989-733-31 IS, 989786-3669 or 989-614-6878.
SOO t o l ,200 sq. f t units at Parksicie
Mini Mall. Great values!
NEWTOOAYI
2 - 3 B E D R O O M house. Lake acceae. lake view. C o m p l e t e l y rem o d e l e d . Large g a r a g e . Rent t o
own
option.
$700/month.
(248)961-3023.(17)
BEAUTIFUL M I C H A Y W E home
o n 2 b t s for lease w i t h p u r c h a s e
optk^n. 3 - 5 b e d r o o m s . 3 full
l ^ h s . f i n i s h e d w a l k o u t , large
kitchen. Large d e c k , p o n d w i t h
waterfall, sprinklers, s e c u r i t y system, 2-1/2 car attached and 2
car d e t a c h e d g a r a g e . $ 1 , 2 0 0
nxMithly plus s e c u r i t y d e p o s i t
a n d first m o n t h ' s rent. Reference
required. P e t s will b e consKiered.(17)
2 B E D R O O M condominium on
Black Bear golf c o u r s e . $750.
(989)619-9479.(10)
M u r n e r Rd. a n d
Business Property
For Rent
M O B I L E H O M E a n d c a b i n at
Lost Acree. 1 b e d r o o m c a b i n
«2. $ 4 7 5
free utilittee. 2
b e d r o o m rTx>bile. $ 3 9 5 P L U S
utilttiee. 1 1 0 0 6 - 1 1 0 1 0 N o r t h
OkJ
US-27.
NO
PETS.
1-877-227-6976.
www.quatityhomerental8.r>et.
(Northern
M i c h i g a n Unit8).(10t)
(989)732-5118.(0201tfn011)
:
Elementary School
Houses For Rent
012
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE space
for leaae. 3 5 0 s q u a r e feet u p t o
1,200 square feet. D o w n t o w n lo-
PROFESSIONAL/MEDICAL
OFFICES
SALE - LEASE - CAN DIVIDE
Houses For Rent
COMPLETELY RE-OONE 2 BR home
with large 9un porch and f i i bSBement.
houses For Rent
012
PRIME
RETAIL
or
office
epac«. Malr> S t r « « t . d o w n t o w n . Plenty o f p r i v a t e p a r k lr>g. Rates startirig SS/square
toot. (9e9)350-1669.(09)
R i : iN ' l A l .
LAKEVIEW
APARTMENTS. 2
BR. carport, large storage room,
private balcony. Near 1-75 exit.
THE ANNEX. 1 room effkaerKy. $376/
n>onth; 1 BR efficiency. $475/month;
1 Bfl. $500/month; 2 BR $550/montt).
Houses For Rent
012
G a y l o r d C o m m u n i t y S c h o o l s will r e c e i v e
sealed p r o p o s a l s f r o m q u a l i f i e d b i d d e r s f o r
the Sinking Fund - Phase 3 project, including R e m o d e l i n g of t h e B o a r d O f f i c e s , S h o w e r
R e p a i r s at t h e I n t e r m e d i a t e S c h o o l , a n d
R e p a v i n g of t h e M i d d l e S c h o o l P a r k i n g Lot.
There will b e a M a n d a t o r y P r e - B i d M e e t i n g
c o n d u c t e d by the Owner and Architect/
Engineer at 1:00 p . m . , o n T h u r s d a y , J u n e 5,
2 0 0 8 in t h e e x i s t i n g B o a r d O f f i c e B o ^ d R o o m
l o c a t e d at 6 1 5 S o u t h E l m Street. G a y l o r d .
M i c h i g a n . T h e P r e - B i d m e e t i n g will c o n s i s t o f
an i n f o r m a t i o n a l m e e t i n g f o l l o w e d b y a w a l k t h r u a n d o p p o r t u n i t y for B i d d e r s t o e x a m i n e
e a c h p r o j e c t site. A t t e n d a n c e b y i n t e r e s t e d G e n e r a l C o n t r a c t B i d d e r s is m a n d a t o r y .
A t t e n d a n c e b y m a j o r t r a d e s u b c o n t r a c t o r s is
strongly encouraged.
P r o p o s a l s m a y b e m a i l e d o r d e l i v e r e d in pers o n t o J a c k i e W a r r e n , M a i n t e n a n c e Director,
Gaylord C o m m u n i t y Schools, 615 South Elm
Avenue, Gaylord. M l 49735.
Proposals must
b e r e c e i v e d ' p r i o r " t o 3 : 0 0 p . m . (local t i m e ) o n
T h u r s d a y . J u n e 12, 2 0 0 8 .
P r o p o s a l s will b e
o p e n e d p u b l i c l y a n d r e a d a l o u d at t h e G a y l o r d
Board Office Board Room immediately followi n g c l o s u r e o f t h e B i d d i n g Period. T h e B o a r d
will n o t c o n s i d e r o r a c c e p t a b i d r e c e i v e d b y
t h e B o a r d a f t e r t h e d a t e a n d t i m e s p e c i f i e d for
b i d s u b m i s s i o n . All b i d s will b e e v a l u a t e d at a
later d a t e .
Gaylord C o m m u n i t y Schools intends A w a r d of
C o n t r a c t t o a " G e n e r a l " C o n t r a c t o r for w o r k o f
all t r a d e s . O v e r a l l a d m i n i s t r a t i o n of t h e p r o j e c t will b e t h e r e s p o n s i b i l i t y of t h e ' G e n e r a l
Contractor".
P o s t - B i d I n t e r v i e w s are t e n t a t i v e l y s c h e d u l e d
for Friday, J u n e 13, 2 0 0 8 in t h e B o a r d O f f i c e
C o n f e r e n c e R o o m . Interview t i m e s wilt b e
s c h e d u l e d w i t h s u c c e s s f u l b i d d e r s prior t o
that d a t e .
T h e O w n e r will a w a r d t h e p r o j e c t c o n t r a c t ( s )
o n or a b o u t J u n e 17. 2 0 0 8 .
B i d d i n g d o c u m e n t s will b e available o n o r
a b o u t M a y 19, 2 0 0 8 , a n d will b e o n file for
i n s p e c t i o n at t h e at t h e f o l l o w i n g l o c a t i o n s :
Gaylord Community Schools Maintenance
Office
C o n s t r u c t i o n N e w s S e r v i c e of M i c h i g a n
B u i l d e r s E x c h a n g e , Traverse City, S a g i n a w ,
Grand Rapids, Lansing
C o n s t r u c t i o n A s s o c i a t i o n of M i c h i g a n ,
B l o o m f t e l d Hills
M c G r a w Hill, F.W. D o d g e , L a n s i n g
A $150.00 refundable deposit fee and $10.00
n o n - r e f u n d a b l e mailing f e e per set must be
received by A n t h o n y Esson, Architect, PO
B o x 4 7 9 , G a y l o r d . M i c h i g a n 4 9 7 3 4 , prior t o
i s s u a n c e of d o c u m e n t s .
Submit separate
c h a c k a for deooatt f e e a n d m a H l n a fee oavm a x i m u m o f three (3) s e t s a v a i l a b l e t o e a c h
G e n e r a l C o n t r a c t o r a n d o n e (1) set available
to each subcontractor/supplier.
T h e B i d d i n g D o c u m e n t d e p o s i t s w i l l b e refundp r o v i d e d t h e y are of " g o o d a n d u s e a b l e " c o n d i t i o n , under t h e f o l l o w i n g c o n d i t i o n s :
1. N o n - B i d d e r s w h o return c o m p l e t e s e t s prior
t o t h e B i d date.
2. N o n - s u c c e s s f u l B i d d e r s a n d all S u b - B i d d e r s
w h o r e t u r n c o m p l e t e , u n d a m a g e d set(s) qq
later t h a n t e n (10) d a y s a f t e r t h e b i d o p e n ing.
3. T h e s u c c e s s f u l B i d d e r will b e i s s u e d a d d i t i o n a l s e t s for d i s t r i b u t i o n t o t h e i r S u b Contractors.
4. Failure t o return B i d D o c u m e n t s w i t h i n t h e
s p e c i f i e d t e n (10) d a y s a n d / o r n o t in g o o d
a n d usable condition shall forfeit deposit.
B i d S e c u r i t y in t h e a m o u n t o f f i v e p>ercent (5%)
of B a s e B i d shall a c c o m p a n y e a c h P r o p o s a l
in t h e f o r m of a b i d b o n d , c a s h i e r s c h e c k or
m o n e y order p a y a b l e t o G a y l o r d C o m m u n i t y
S c h o o l s . A personal or c o m p a n y c h e c k does
n o t c o n s t i t u t e a B i d Security.
E a c h b i d d e r shall i n c l u d e w i t h its bid. a
s w o r n and notarized statement disclosing
a n y familial r e l a t i o n s h i p s t h a t e x i s t s b e t w e e n
t h e o w n e r or any e m p l o y e e o f t h e b i d d e r a n d
a n y m e m b e r of t h e B o a r d o f E d u c a t i o n or t h e
S u p e r i n t e n d e n t of t h e S c h o o l D i s t r i c t , The
B o a r d of E d u c a t i o n will r e j e c t a n y b i d w h i c h
d o e s not i n c l u d e t h i s s w o r n a n d n o t a r i z e d
disclosure statement.
P r o p o s a l s shall b e s u b m i t t e d o n t h e P r o p o s a l
F o r m s p r o v i d e d in t h e B i d d i n g D o c u m e n t s a n d
s h a l l b e c o m p l e t e l y filled in a n d e x e c u t e d in
accordance with the Contract Documents.
T h e s u c c e s s f u l B i d d e r will t)e r e q u i r e d t o furn i s h s u r e t y b o n d s a s s t a t e d in t h e C o n t r a c t
Documents.
Performance Bond (100%)
Lat)or a n d Material P a y m e n t B o n d (100%)
T h e O w n e r reserves t h e right t o r e j e c t any of
or all P r o p o s a l s , t o a c c e p t o t h e r t h a n a low
b i d . a n d t o w a i v e i n f o r m a l i t i e s , irregularities,
a n d / o r errors i n P r o p o s a l s , w h i c h t h e y feel is
in t h e i r best interest.
B i d s m a y n o t b e w i t h d r a w n f o r a p e n o d of
t h i r t y (30) d a y s after t h e o p e n i n g o f t h e Bids.
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1. NEW LISTING-This clean, 3-bedroom home is Sited on 10 acres, beautifully wooded located across from state land arn] close to lake access.
Gas baseboard heat, gas fireplace, wood heat system, two bathrooms,
enclosed porch. 1-1/2 car attached garage and pole buiiding. All kinds
of vtnkjiife. Appliances included, sidsisoo.
2. 80 ACRES AND RIVER FRONTAGE - Beautifulty wooded parcel with
river njrming tfvough the p r Q Q i t t f t ^ f t c e n t to state land, plus a dean
2 bedroom cabin with l o f t f | | B R | R M . Excellent fishing and hunting
area. Ideal parcel for developing. $360,000.
3. HOME ON 40 ACRES - Four bedrooms, den, large fvniiy room with
wood stove, walkout basement, fireplace, 3-1/2 baths, two car attached
garage. Sited on 40 acres nrcefy wooded with some open fieM ideal for
horses or farming. $396,000. Call for more details.
4. OTSEGO LAKEFRONT. If you are l a ^ n g for a house on an aN-sports
lake, see this clean. 2 - t ) e A n ^ ^ % j M m u m skied home with fireplace,
carpeted ttvoughout. famiifKom. large deck, and nice view of tt>e lake.
$179,000.
5. LAKEFRONT - Little Bass Lake frontage, cabin with fireplace, sauna,
bath house, storage shed, and 2-car garage. Located across from state
land. Ideal for huntirig, ftshing and srydwmobriing. $80,900.
6. LAKEFRONT - Very nice and c ^ a a ^ d r o o m cabin on Little Bass Lake
witTi 130' of lake frontage. A O l n m , fireplace, garage, storage shed,
nice deck, dock and floatm^^Located near state lartd, ideal vacation
place. $121,000.
7. HOME ON 40 ACRES • Glean 3-bedroom, vinyl-sided home, moetty
fumohed. carpeted throughout, two full bathrooms, gas heat, erx^kieed
porch, borage shed and guest cabin. Has a beck-up generator in case
of a power outage arxl an aiam system, located near thousartds of
acres of state land arxl lakes. $ 1 7 7 , ^ . Cal for more details.
8. CLEAN, well-kept two bedroom mobile home. p(ui added exercise
room and mud room, does t f t j f l y ^ j p o f ovsr for ineuiatk^n and anow
protection. Two car g v a g A Q M I l
openers, newer carpeting.
applitf>cee included, w x i t a ^ g g fenced yard, natural gas forced ar heat
arvl a r condWorwtg. $32300.
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SHARP AND CLEAN 3-bednx)m. 1-beth
home with large laundry room. ^ cute wxJ
tastefully Oecorated Kitchen hes nice appli
gnce package. Great corrwr tot ctose to af
the ameraties that Lakee of the North hes to
offer. Property hes a 10x13 shed with shelves
and reinforced walla. Front deck is iOxS and
rear deck • 12x12. Home warranty offered by
Mler|r,OOaMLSt2S6260
LAKES OF THE NORTH
BUUCft^ PMVATl HOME wNh ar skm
sNa eye for dstal «wde and ou. Ceramc
Die batha. hKkory floors, quaMy txturea and
iighttig throughout riciudhB al kNcneri appimcM. Qorgaoua Udalona fradace. Bun
nW the rataxed Utaalyto of rnrtham Mk:Ngan
In nind. U t t of foom lor the toya «*ti a
32x24 dnve-throu^ pott biASr^ Mual see
tf7,0n, MLS 1253200
0. COMMERCIAL- Oean 3-bedroom home wHh storage space, plus 30x40
heated storage buikling 20x20 carport. Excellent kx:«tion with high
visibiUty and exposure. Lpt sae 90x470. kleal place for your business.
$110,900.
11. LAND CONTRACT TERMS - CommsrcM building In dowr^own
Qaytord. hMn toor Is ideal for a ratal bualnaas. 2nd fkwr Is a « up for
office suNea and 3rd f t o a la est up for apartments. Cxcalen« kxMort
with htgh v M x i t y and expoatfe with ow«r 10,000 s a ft. of apace, pkja a
ful baasment. $U9fiOO. immadWa poiiaialon. Cal for mors detals
13. COUNTRY K T T W M . If you ««looHng for a home cloae to town and
itapptng, see thia clean 3-ba(*oofn ranch on 3 acrea wtth 1-1/2 balha.
gas M h a ^ gaa Nrapiaca, 28x32 mached garage plua 30x40 pole
LAKEFRONT LOT
Forest Lake,
ctose to town.
,000
WELL, SEPTIC
AND POLE BARN
already there.
Nice tot. Only
•QQSl 9U0QCT - QMATER VALUE. TNs
car be joined wan the smaaar cabn
you iNe 4 bedroom itaat'ont. Cowed porch
to anioy the vMw Sandy beech and wooded
tim. WtHhota tor en aMpons Ma wtih
goinng ne«by ttoofioo. MLS t2S3161
(MEAT RBTTAL P H U H J n m Thia kxrpiei ndudaa 1, 2 and 3-bedroome. Qmt
Dcabon on 1 acre parnafiy wooded acoea
horn Otsego Lake. Unrta have garages and a
Morale bijdffig. Lne ai one and rant 3 out. A
ouerlurvty at |l7Q,00a MLS 1256113
$43,500
10. LAKE ACCESS - Wie t f t r *
very HiiMseaed wNh thia dean,
wei-kapt home on a I v g e A A M A r o o m s . carpeting, gas FA heat,
fireplace, large deck, and
mdudsd. IS7,000.
12. M M A C U L A T E C O N D m O N - J ^ « f t a n f o y l M n g i n t h i s d s a n . 3 - b a d room home w(th c a r p e t i n o J | | M M r gas heat, one bathroom, large
deck and storage ahed. A l U p K o a s mdudsd. $71,900.
BEAUTIFUL OPEN FLOOR PLAN. Newer kitchen ^ stone fireplace
Doornails looking over deck »xj take. Oversized garage, lovely landscaped yan} with sprinkler system, plus 24x32 pole bam with concrete
' "1127,500
m
MLS #253800
floor and separate dnveway.
DUPLEX - COM^lfTELY m dohe fi 2007
these two l-bedroom units overtooti OtMgo
Lake. ExceHent txtck construction Strong
potenMi ncome. Pnced greet at $90,000
Can be purchesed with 4-piex. trot ac^oms
ttw pioperty. Purcheee both and possible
lenoi r T w « g a m e n t avaiiflbie. 190.000. MLS
1256105
Cal today for a fTM
RMitot analysial
ACREAGE & RIVER
FRONTAGE.
Only 2 miles from town
Stoptektrom
. startina at
M M I gv iwira m) m 01IMV •
Gourtnat aBd*»es UNa lo
Room lor
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989-732-2477 • 800-822-2350 • Visit us at www.dalejsmith.com • 1349 S. Otsego, Gaylord, Ml 49735
Q>ylord H^rakJ TimM u j a s s m e o s
4 • sturoay, may i /,
Services Available
Miscellaneous For
Rent
01«
R E N T O R p u r c h a s e n e w 24"x48"
storage
unit.
Land
contract
t e r m s available. M a x i Storage,
(969)731-0888.(07)
106
L A W N M O W I N G , brush hogging, s n o w p l o w i n g . c a b t n caretakir>g in t h e G a y l o r d area.
(989)858-3933.
Administrative
Professional
CNld Care Help
Wanted
KMp Wanted
Miscellaneous
Help Wanted
Miscellaneous
201
203
204
204
Carol's Cakes]
Roommate Wanted
017
R O O M M A T E W A N T E D . Large
h o m e In t o w n . $ 4 0 0 / m o n t h utilities i n c l u d e d . (989)264-0666 (03)
aim
far I f y d r i oKMiw
Masy di&Rit dupa i» (booM froa. ^
rjjtiui ly mt'
7SX-7$S$
Announcements
101
NEWTOOAYT
NEWTODAY!
S T A M P C O L L E C T O R interested
in m e e t i n g other c o l l e c t o r s in the
area
to
share
our
hobby.
(989)348-2258.
[email protected](17)
G R E A T G R A D U A T I O N party favorite for rent. P o r t a b l e soft ice
cream.
Call
for
reservation,
(407)927-7731
or
(407)925-7349.(17)
PHLEBOTOMY
EDUCATION.
Teaching the art of p r o f e s s i o n a l
b l o o d collecting. St. I g n a c e even i n g classes. J u n e 16 t h r o u g h
Jurw 2 0 and Gaylord, August
18-22. $995. (3.1^)382-3657.(02)
PRO
LAWN
Care.
Spring
cleanup, weekly m o w i n g , sprinklers.
John
Koronka.
(989)732-9226.(12)
Lost And Found
105
NEWTOMYT
LOST: S M A L L female golden
mix. R e d collar, w h i t e flea collar.
Near West O t s e g o Lake Drive
and
Blue
Water
(989)732-1124(17)
P U R E P R E C I S I O N L a w n Care,
LLC.
Licensed
and
insured.
Mowing,
thatching,
aeration,
s h r u b t r i m m i n g a n d m o r e . SENIOR
DISCOUNT.
Please
call
(989)370-4257.(17)
R E A L T O R S . I c a n d o virtual
t o u r s of your listings. Call J i m
Misner
at
(989)785-4310
or
(989)819-4409 cell.(05t)
Dutchman
Home & Cottage
Services
Child Care Services
107
H A N G OUT, make friends and
h a v e f u n this s u m m e r ! G e a r e d
specifically for s c h o o l a g e children
only.
Age
appropriate
g a m e s , activities a n d field trips.
L i c e n s e d , certified d a y c a r e provider.
12
years
expenence.
(989)731-4551.(07)
LICENSED
DAYCARE.
Gay lord/Johanr>esburg
area.
H o u r s 6 a m - 6 p m . Call S t e p h a n i e
for details, (989)705-2625.(14)
LIL'RUGRATS DAYCARE now
has
openings
Monday-Friday.
O p e n 2 4 hours. FIA w e l c o m e .
Home.
(231)546-6538.
cell
8-0331.(14)
Repairs
989-732-2639
insurvd Garden Stnjctures
S T E V E ' S L A W N Care. Spring
cleanup a n d l a w n care. A f f o r d able.
licensed
and
insured.
(989)705-7585.(12)
Administrative
Professional
201
JiEWTOMYI
COUNSELOR.
KIRTLAND
C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e is s e e k i n g
qualified a p p l i c a n t s for a full-time
licensed c o u n s e l o r t o provide
108
A & D L A N D S C A P E . L a w n s re- personal, career a n d a c a d e m i c
paired.
yard
cleanups,
l a w n counseling s e r v i c e s as well a s
m a i n t a n a n c e . grave! d r i v e w a y s , job p l a c e m e n t s e r v i c e s for stuh y d r o s e e d i n g . retain wall and d e n t s a n d e m p l o y e e s o f t h e c o l lege. A l s o c o o r d i n a t e s t h e a d brick pavers, (989)370-3915.(12)
ministration of t h e special p o p u lations program. M a s t e r s d e g r e e
Anything in fences!
in c o u n s e l i n g or social w o r k ^ d
Residential
state of M i c h i g a n L P C o r LSW liCCommercial
cense are required: a l i m i t e d liCham Unk.
cense will b e c o n s i d e r e d . For a
Galvanized and
complete position description,
Vinyl Coated
Vinyl and visit our W e b site at w w w . k i r t land-edu/hr/jobs/couselorhtm.
Wood Fencing
Phone (969) 732-5440
A p p l i c a t i o n d e a d l i n e Fnday, J u n e
Farm Fence
CeH-(969)350-5569
13, 2008. Equal o p p o r t u n i t y e m Free Estimates
6747 01(3 27 Souffi,
ployer.(17)
Gaylora. Ml
Services Available
ALPINE
FENCE
CO. LLC
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
D J / K A R A O K E e n t e r t a i n m e n t for
any o c c a s i o n , www.larryentertainrnem.-eom.
Larry
Roichert,
(989)732-3933,(0201 t f n l 08)
D R I V E W A Y S E A L c o a t t n g by
Rick Eubank. Protect a n d beautify. 3 0 years experience. A l s o
line
striping.
Reasonable.
(989)732-6553,(1 Ot)
GARDEN/FOOD PLOTS worked
up. B o o k i n g up. D o n ' t wait. Call
for estimate. (989)370-3074.(03)
E x p e r i e n c e d in small b u s i n e s s
development,
entrepreneurship
and finance.
E x p e r i e n c e in
non-profits a n d grant v/riting desired.
T h e ideal c a n d i d a t e will
have
strong
communication,
analytical
and
organizational
skills.
Bachelors
degree
required. Please s e n d r e s u m e w i t h
cover letter t o : NSLF. Inc.. 2 0 1
West Mitchell Street. P M B #183,
Petoskey. Ml 4 9 7 7 0 o r inquire at
[email protected]
Gaylord Cwirtin'un'ity S c h o o l s
E l e m e n t a r y Level T e a c h e r s
AWARD-W1NNINQ
TWICE-WEEKLY
comrTHjnIty n e w s p a p e r seeks
E d i t o r t o lead talented
t e a m t o r>ext level. AbiUty t o
m o t i v a t e , irispire a n d c o m m u r>4cate p a r a m o u n t , as are su
perior
editing
and
writing
skills, a t t e n t i o n t o detail a n d
accuracy
arxj
abil^
to
multi-ta^
and
adapt.
H a n d s - o n p o s i t i o n requires
some d e s ^ n . Must embrace
c o m m t t m e n t t o print a n d multimedia
efforts.
Experience
a r ^ d e g r e e preferred. Attractive benefKs p a c k a g e . S e n d
resume, s a m p l e s t o : M a r i l y n
K a c z a n o w s k I , G a y k } r d Hera l d T i m e s . P O B o x 598, M l
4 9 7 3 4 or m a r i l y n ® g a y l o r d h e r aldtimes.com.
Applications are available at www.gaylordschools.com
or at the above address.
Accounting M a n a g e r
Di
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needed at Boyne Mountain Resort, located in Boyne Falls, Ml. Applicant must
have strong general accounting skills Including sales/receipt reconciliations, accounts receivable and more. Looking for
a team player w i t h the ability t o multitask in a high paced setting and has excellent customer service skills. BOYNE offers
competitive wages, excellent discounts
on food, retail, merchandise, waterpark,
lodging, golf and ski for all Michigan
owned locations. Apply on-line at ww/w.
boyne.com. For further information or
details about the position email jobs®
boyne.com or call (231) 439.4774.
BuifeiMM* nly OA w for
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riMdi o( your cotrvtny.
• orwi-hhmrrfcmtoflincantfytvcnil,
sown and dantfy tha ban new h m
• E-le*i*ig adutiona rdudlng softwart.
tiuBheai sidls. pn}(«atantf (lav«k)p(nart
and manurKtirrg-relaiad conaa.
• HR aanicaa nckjding orina candUate
prncnenng. tMrsMoral ntarmnv
ski aasaaamant and more.
Dnployaaa antoy iccaaa ».
< Opporturtttaa r aiJuialiiBiva. ndustna
and contact carttr saRngs.
• OpOona ndudriQ shofl and long-term
Experience with Adobe Indesign.
Adobe Illustrator and Adobe
Ptwtoshop required. Experience
with A d ^ Flash is a plus. 40
hours per week.
assigrYnents. temp-to-tw« and d n c t - ^
• Compattttva pay A comtnhanaivt b a n ^
nciudrg vacstKnlwictBy pay. trea crkne
ski tranng and more.
Y V OAVLORO
HEBALI^riMES
ARE Y O U home from college
a n d lcK>king fro a s u m m e r job.
Sklarczyk S e e d F a r m is k x j k i n g
t o fill s u m m e r t i m e positkx>s in
their
greenhouse
operatkjn.
Please call (989)858-0141.(10)
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1349 S. Otsego,
Gaytord
989-732-4884
Send [csume by May 22,2008 to:
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Graphic Arts Managw
Gaylord Herald Times
P.O. Box 598, Gaylord, Ml <9734 S E E K I N G Q U A L I F I E D limited
service hotel m a n a g e r for resimattOgaylordhwaldtiines.ccm
d e n t or off-stte. C o m p e t i t i v e
COOKING
CLASS
instructor.
R e s p o n s i b l e for m e n u planning,
preparation a n d i n s t r u c t k j n o f
1 - 3 classes per w e e k . M u s t b e
creative ar>d e n j o y i n t e r a c t i o n
w i t h p e o p l e . ClassicaJ trainir>g a
plus b u t not n e c e s s a r y f o r right
individual. S u b m i t letter o f interest i n c l u d i n g salary requirenrtents
t o ; 118 N o r t h O t s e g o A v e n u e .
Gaylord, M l 4 9 7 3 5 b y J u n e 2,
2008.(14)
SCAPE&SWEEP
LANDSCAPING
SERVICE
A S P E N R I D G E , a n a s s i s t e d living facility for seniors, ts currently s e e k i n g p a r t - t i m e direct
care w o r k e r s . If y o u h a v e a d e sire a n d p a s s i o n t o w o r k w i t h t h e
elderiy a n d t o truly w a n t t o m a k e
a difference, t h e n w e w a n t you!
For i m m e d i a t e c o n s i d e r a t i o n , a p ply in p e r s o n at 1 2 6 1 Village
Parkway. Gaylord. M l 4 9 7 3 5 . N o
t e l e p h o n e calls. please.(14)
SUPPORTS
COORDINATOR.
Full-time p r o f e s s i o n a l p o s i t i o n
b a s e d in G a y l o r d o f f i c e p r o v i d i n g
w i d e range o f s e r v i c e s t o persons w i t h d e v e l o p m e n t a l d i s abilities. M u s t b e k n o w l e d g e a b l e
a t x j u t rules a n d r e g u l a t i o n s g o v e r n i n g t h e rights, t r e a t m e n t a n d
s u p p o r t of p e o p l e w i t h disabilities. Requires fiexible s c h e d u l e ,
including s o m e evening and
w e e k e n d s . S t r o n g oral a n d writt e n c o m m u n i c a t i o n skills a n d
c o m p u t e r literate. G o o d driving
record and m i n i m u m of bachelors d e g r e e in h u m a n services.
M i c h i g a n licensure a s a social
w o r k e r a n d e x p e r i e n c e w i t h pers o n s w i t h disabilities Is preferred.
Starting
salary
range
$ 2 7 , 9 1 9 t o $ 3 1 , 9 6 5 . S e n d resume to; H u m a n Resources,
North C o u n t r y C M H . Or>e M a c D o n a l d Drive, S u i t e A, Petoskey.
Ml
49770.
E-mail
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Superintendent Cheryl Wojtas, do Personnel Office
I Gaylord Community Schools, 615 S. Elm St., Gaylord, Ml 49735
APPLIANCE ASSEMBLY
HIRING N O W
W e n e e d 21 p e o p l e a s s o o n as
p o s s i b l e t o help w i t h t h e s u m m e r
n j s h i If y o u are k>okir>g for
full-time h o u r s or nx>re
p e r m a n e n t t e m p o r a r y hours.
Flexible h o u r s
Nice bonuses
Quick a d v t f w e m e n t
Earning potential o f
$425-$72S/w»ek
Call us i m m e d i a t e t y l
W e n e e d help in all d e p a r t m e n t s !
(989)732-8439
NEUTODAYT
I Send cover letter, resume, completed application, certificate, transcripts |
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best employment opportunities.
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Vrork environment
H n Gayiord Herald Times
l i Actively seeking a flexible
Mvidual with a keen eye for
pife layout and design. A degree
In g r ^ i c design is preferred.
$1,000 SIQN-ON BONUS
L I M I T E D T E R M V o c a t i o n a l Rehabilitation c o u n s e l o r for t h e
State o f M i c h i g a n in G a y l o r d .
Provide v o c a t i o n a l g u i d a n c e a n d
counseling to persons with disabilities t o o b t a i n a n d m a i n t a i n
e m p l o y m e n t . M a s t e r s d e g r e e in
c o u n s e l i n g field required. Salary
m i n i m u m $ 3 8 , 3 1 6 - ^ 0 . 9 5 3 maxinrHjm. Qualified c a n d i d a t e s m a y
submit
cover
letter,
resume,
OLEG a p p l i c a t i o n a n d official
t r a n s c r i p t to; M D L E G / R S . Tina
Fullerton. 27
North
Rempert
Road, Tawas City, M l 4 8 7 6 3 by
M a y 30. 2008. D L E G a p p l i c a t i o n
and additional i n f o r m a t i o n m a y
be
obtained
at
//vt/eb1mdcs,state.mi.us/vacancyvt/eb/vacancyinq.asp.(17)
[email protected]>orcocmh.org
or
(231)347-1241. EOE.(IO)
RJU-TIME
Graphic Artist
204
GIS PROFESSIONAL to develop
and t e a c h a n i n t r o d u c t o r y G I S
course. M u s t h a v e d e g r e e in GIS
or related field. T e a c h i n g experie n c e preferred. S e n d r e s u m e
a n d c o v e r letter t o : S a m a t h a
M c U n . N C M C . 1515 Howard
Street. Petoskey. M l 4 9 7 7 0 or t o
[email protected](23)
In G a y l o r d
Manpower
Leadss t h e Way...
i p H M w ? e n W l Tamil.
Help Wanted
Miscellaneous
EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST to
assist p e r s o n s w i t h m e n t a l illnesses a c h i e v e their v o c a t i o n a l
goals. A p p l i c a n t is a t e a m m e m ber at t h e P e t o s k e y C l u b . A psychosocial
rehabilitation
clubhouse. Duties will b e t o d e v e l o p
a n d facilitate t r a n s i t i o n a l a n d
s u p p o r t e d e m p l o y m e n t activity.
Bachelors
degree
preferred.
Full-time p o s i t i o n . Salary range
$ 2 7 , 9 1 9 t o $ 4 1 , 4 9 2 w i t h excellent benefits. S«r>d r e s u m e t o ;
Human Resources. North Country C M H , O n e M a c D o n a l d Drive.
Suite A. Petoskey. M l 4 9 7 7 0 . Fax
(231)347-1241
or
e-mail
to
h r @ n o r c o c m h . o r g . EOE.(07)
g a y l o r d Communrty Schools is seeking t e a c h e r s at the low/er and u p - 1
I per elementary levels. Must have State of Michigan certification and |
I be highly qualified to teach elementary education.
I and 3 reference letters by 5/28/2008 to;
W A N T E D : B A B Y S I T T E R in our
h o m e for 2 v k I 5 year o l d . M u t t
be high school graduate with
own
reliable
trarwportotion.
$3/chikJ per hour. Light houeewort< i n c l u d e d . Ability t o b o flexible
In
scheduling
required.
(989)448-0343.(17)
Well-established,
local landscape company is
seeking a few great people
to add to our team.
w a g e s for experience. S e n d res u m e t o : B o x 151, c / o G a y l o r d
Herald Times. P O ^ x 598. Gaylord. M l 49734.(14)
M E R C H A N D I S E R T O s t o c k grocery s t o r e shelves a n d d i s p l a y s
for
established
distributor.
Full-time w i t h benefits a n d mileage. C h e b o y g a n a n d G a y l o r d
area. Please mail r e s u m e to: Office Manager. 1923 O' Rourke
Boulevard. G a y l o r d , M l 4 9 7 3 5 or
fax (989)732-2959.(14)
We are seeking:
NEW TODAY!
• Experienced irrigation/
landscape person
• Certified applicator for turf
H O M E HEALTH aides needed
for h o m e care in Indian River for
a 7 year o l d boy. F u l l - t i m e days,
s o m e w e e k e n d s . M u s t h a v e drivers license. B a c k g r o u n d c h e c k
will b e d o n e . $ 8 / h o u r . Call Dee,
(989)732-6374
extension
6.
E0E.(17)
CaU or fax resume to
NEWTCHMYI
D R I V E R S N E E D E D . B a y City
t>ased courier s e r v i c e h a s o p e n ings for drivers for d e d i c a t e d
scheduled
bank
routes.
Part-time
positions
available.
Calls will be a c c e p t e d b e t w e e n
1 1 a m - 2 p m . M o n d a y - F r i d a y only
at (989)894-1207.(17)
(989) 732-7917
* it oavlono
h p r a t : t ^ i m f . s
To advertise, call (989) 732-1111.
2056 S. Otsego Ave., Qaytord, Michigan
EXPERIENCED LANDSCAPING
help n e e d e d . Valid d r i v e r s lic e n s e a n d clean r e c o r d required.
Please s e n d r e s u m e t o ; PO B o x
3066. Gaylord. M l 49734.(10)
GENERAL
f ; r o j n p h n < ;
NOW HIRING
Experienced hair
stylists. Guaranteed
houriy wage, bonuses
a n d benefits.
Call (989) 7 3 2 - 7 8 0 0
or www.grondins.com
feeunglosn
If you've found It, more than
likely, someor>e.el8e has lost i t
If you've lost it, more than likely,
someone else has fourxJ i t
Get reconr>ected
an
ad in the classifieds.
Gaylord Community SGhools
Business T e a c h e r
Gaylord High School is seeking a Business Teacher for the 2008-1
09 school year. The successful applicant must meet Michigan cer-1
tification requirements for Business Services (VB) or meet State I
of Michigan requirements to become vocationally certified for an I
Annual Authorization. Additional highly qualified status in English |
(BA) or Science (DX) preferred.
Send cover letter, resume, completed application, certificate, tran-1
SCTipts & 3 reference letters by May 22.2008 to:
Cheryl Wojtas, Superintendent, do Personnel Office
Gaylord Community Schools. 615 S. Elm St., Gaylord, Ml 49735 1
Applications are available at www.gaylordschools.com
or at the above a
fax
Ciubs/Restaurants
NEW TODAY!
EXPERIENCED
BARTENDER.
Excellent w a g e s a n d w o r k i n g
conditions.
Apply
in p e r s o n ,
Sugart>owl R e s t a u r a n t , d o w n town
Gaylord.
See
Mr.
Doumas.(14)
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Help Wanted
Miscettaneous
Tk'adea/lndustiial
Medical/Professional
207
210
204
J E W TODAY!
NEWTODAYr
NEWTOSMXt
EXCAVATION. N O W taking applications for e x c a v a t i o n a n d
pipe iaying c r e w . P i p e laying or
heavy e q u i p m e n t e x p e r i e n c e a n d
a C O L is required.
P r o j e c t s in
and around Gayiord, Ch«1evoix.
Petoskey areas. M u s t b e available for overtime. F u l l - t i m e p o s i t i o n s w i t h benefits. M u s t a p p l y
in p e r s o n only. A p p J i c a t k x « a c c e p t e d at Team Elmer's.
325
Meecher. G a y k x d , M t e h i g a n a n d
at 3600 Rer>nie S c h o o l R o a d .
Traverse City. M i c h i g a n . N o telep h o n e calls, please. EOE.(14)
NEED IMMEDIATELY
$1.500-$3.000/wMk
M u s t have a p i c k u p t r u c k
Be «r>ergetk: a n d o u t g o i n g
A n d willing t o t r a v e l
NO experience necessary
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1-877-267-7687
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SEWrODAYl
S E E K I N G 2 p h y s i c a l l y m individuals t o help m e m o v e t o Traverse City. M u s t b e a b l e t o carry
heavy loads. G u a r a n t e e d $ 1 0 0 a
day per person o r $ 1 0 / h o u r ,
w/hichever greater. N e e d e d e n d
of
May/early
June.
(989)619-4628.(17)
ON THE ROAD TO A
BRIGHTER F U T U R E !
www. midwests, c o m
M i d w e s t Truck D r i v i n g S c h o o l
(906)789-6311 o r
1-800-377-5567
Financing Availeible
Classes Start Every 4 W e e k s
Major Credit C a r d s A c c e p t e d
PT/PTA
Dynamic Physical T h e r a p y w i t h
six locations t h r o u g h o u t n o r t h e r n
M i c h i g a n is g r o w i n g .
W e are
currently looking for e x p e r i e n c e d
clinic t e a m leaders. PT's. PTA's
a n d PT t e c h n i c i a n s .
Excellent
salary with full b e n e f i t s i n c l u d i n g
hearth insurance, 4 0 1 (k). p a i d
c o n t i n u e d e d u c a t i o n a n d profit
sharing. Please s u b m i t r e s u m e s
to [email protected] e t . c o m or call ( 2 3 1 ) 8 7 6 - 0 0 1 0
extension 4.(10)
Sales
206
ADVERTISING SALES consultant. T h e G a y t o r d H e r a l d
Times is s e e k i n g a n o u t s i d e
advertising sales c o n s u l t a n t .
T h e s u c c e s s f u l c a n d i d a t e will
b e s e l f - m o t i v a t e d , g o a l oriented. o r g a n i z e d a n d p o s s e s s
t i m e mar^agement skills. A
c o l l e g e d e g r e e or sales e x p e rience is helpful. To b e a part
o f this a w a r d w i n n i n g t e a m ,
s e n d your r e s u m e t o ; K i m
Ballard,
Advertising
Mana g e r , FK) B o x 5 9 8 , G a y i o r d ,
M1 4 9 7 3 4 . k i m Q g a y l o r d h e r aldtimes.com.
J O I N T H E b e s t c u s t o m e r service
team
in
Gaytord!
Full
and
p a r t - t i m e d y n a m k : sales help.
Will w o r k a r o u n d c o l l e g e s c h e d ule. U n i f o r m s a n d d i s c o u n t . A p ply at Helen's Hallmark. Glen's
Plaza, Gayiord,(26)
Medical/Professional
210
Trades/Industrial
207
AUTOMATIC
TRANSAXLE/
TRANSMISSION
technician.
Must have e x p e r i e n c e in f r o n t
and
rear
wheel
drive
t r a n s a x l e / t r a n s m i s s i o n overhaul.
G M and Chrysler e x p e r i e n c e
preferred. M u s t h a v e o w n t o o l s
a n d Michigan S t a t e o r A S E certified. Excellent p a y a n d f r i n g e
benefits t o t h e r i g h t qualified
technician.
Please
call
(989)348-5451 a n d a s k for D a v e
Petrie
to
schedule
an
interview, (09t)
DRIVER
TRAINEES
needed
now. Drivers b e i n g hired a n d
C D L trained for W e r n e r Enterpnses. $ 8 0 0 / w e e k . N o e x p e r i ence
needed.
1 -800-882-7364,(03)
CERTIFIED NURSING
ASSISTANTS
Cheboygan Memorial Hospital
is seeking a dedicated
Certified Nursing Assistant
for a full-time position in our
Long Term Care Unit.
We offer a great benefits
package and excellent woricing
conditions with a team that
prides themselves in quality
of care and quality of life.
a Ltfeame of gmrvf
Please send your resume to:
Cheboygan Memorial Hospital
Human R«<xirce,s
NEW TODAY!
EXPERIENCED C A R P E N T E R S
w a n t e d for p o l e b u i l d i n g w o r k
a n d flat masonry. M u s t b e a m b i tious, p u n c t u a l a n d energetic.
Bailey Sides G e n e r a l C o n s t r u c tion. (989)732-9291.(17)
74)isouiiimbmsiibil
«
Chebiiygan. Ml W T l l
pbi»fl:2.ll-627^l)igy,. . . i
Miscellaneous For
Sale
3oe
MEDICAL CODER
NEWmWYT
O R G A N I C M U L C H h « l p e retain
water, prevent w e e d s , r e p e l ins e c t s ar>d c o n t r o l e r o s i o n . Pick
u p or DELIVERY. N o r t h e r n Michigan Hardwoods, (231)347-4575.
X-RAY TECHNOLOGIST. Immed i a t e o p p o r t u n i t y for a n X-ray
techr>ologlst. P a r t - t i m e . 2 t o 3
shifts per week, n o w e e k e n d s ,
e v e n i n g s or holidays! Great wor1<
e n v i r o n m e n t w i t h flexible h o u r s .
Please s e n d r e s u m e t o : B a y
Street O r t h o p e d i c s P O B o x 4 3 0 .
Petoskey, Ml 49770.(10)
W a n t e d To B u y
300
WANTED:
COKE
and
Pepei
m e m o r a b i l i a . Please caN o r f a x
liat of Itenrw a n d p r i c e s t o
(989)348-6171 M o n d a y t h r o u g h
Frid^,
9am-5pm
or
fax
(989)348-6181 a n y t l m e . ( I O t )
NEwroMm
Exp>erienced m e d i c a l c o d e r t o
assign a c c u r a t e C R T a n d I C D - 9
c o d e s t o cardiology p r o c e d u r M .
M u s t have ability t o h a n d l e multipie tasks, w o r k effectively w i t h i n
a t e a m setting, p o s s e s s 8tror>g
c o m m u n i c a t i o n skills w i t h t h e
ability t o m e e t d e a d l i n e s In a fast
p a c e d e n v i r o n m e n t . Certifk:atk>n
in
medical
Codir>g
required. Please e - m a i l y o u r resume
to
resumeOMich iganHVS.com
or
fax
resume
to
(231)
487-9803.(17)
PART-TIME
WITH
contingent
m e d i c a l assistant n e e d e d .
Exp e r i e n c e in i m m u n i z a t i o n s , phleb o t o m y a n d c o m p u t e r s required.
Please s e n d r e s u m e s t o : Family
First
Medicine.
101
Jenson
Street. Gayiord, M l 49735.(14)
M us i ca l M e r c h a n d i s e
307
PIANO. B A L D W I N console with
b e r x ^ . In g o o d p h j » o o n d t t k x i .
Asklr>g
$850.
Plecwe
call
(231)526-1670.(17)
W a n t e d To B u y
300
NEwmhurt
PALM TREE
pattern
couch,
throw
rug.
pillows,
dishes,
glasses a n d a c c e s s o r i e s . M o n key l a m p s a n d t a b l e . M u s t see.
Furnish
your
survoom.
(989)786-1055.(17)
C A S H P A I D for antk^ues, furniture. glass, art, jewelry, o k i g a rage a n d b a m s t u f f , deer, elk or
m o o s e h o r n s , w i l d l i f e stuff, o l d
skis, s n o w s h o e s
and
fishing
items,
etc.
(989)731 - 0 5 5 7 . ( 0 3 0 3 t f n s 3 0 9 )
W A N T E D : U S E D but not abused
vinyl siding. K i t c h e n o r b a t h
cabinets
arxi
carpet.
(989)732-0599.(29t)
Gayiord Herald Times
CLASSinEDS
Tlwra^ always • roof to put ovar
your haad in tha raal astala and
iwital aactians.
MOREL MUSHROOMS!
TROY-BILT S N O W blower. 28'.
6
months
old.
Like
new,
$ 4 0 0 / b e s t . M o u n t a i n bike. Like
new,
$50/best.
Rkjing
lawn
mower.
Rar>ch
King
Pro.
$ 2 0 0 / b e s t . M a n y m o r e items.
Moving
sale.
All
must
go,
(602)350-1364.(07)
Wanted: Morel m u s h r o o m s $$
Plecise c o n t a c t ( 9 8 9 ^ 3 2 - 9 5 3 5 .
M o n d a y t h r o u g h Friday after
5 p m a n d all d a y S a t u r d a y a n d
SurKjay.(03)
Q A Y L O R D H E R A L D T I M E S is
t h e premier print m e d i u m in
O t s e g o County. Call t o d a y a n d
ask for a d v e r t i s i n g at (989) 7321111. P O . B o x 5 9 8 G a y i o r d , M l
49734
MOREL
MUSHROOMS
W A N T E D l We pickup. $10
per p o u r x j . ( 9 8 9 ) 7 3 2 - 4 3 5 3 or
(517)719-1100.(17)
NEWJXmXt
Call the Ga)dord Herald Times
to place your ad here
989-732-1111
Produce & Plants
302
F O R S A L E . Twiriing tulips, d a n c i r ^ daisies, b o u n c i n g b e g o n i a s ,
e d i b l e carnations. For m o r e inf o r m a t i o n , c o n t a c t Mr. G reen
T h u m b . (14)
Heating
Air Conditioning
304
CAMPFIRE
WOOD.
Ash.
$45/cord
delivered.
Contact
R o b , (989)731-1206.(03)
H A R D M A P L E f i r e w o o d . Split.
delivered and d u m p e d . 5 face
c o r d for $300. U n l i m i t e d supply.
Energy
drafts
accepted.
(231)420-5069.(05t)
H A R D M A P L E . Dry. delivered.
16" or c u s t o m c u t / s p l i t . 1.5 f a c e
c o r d , $100; or 4 - 1 0 c o r d l o a d s
$ 6 0 / c o r d . $ 5 5 / c o r d for 2 4 " boiler
wood, 1-800-485-1456.(03)
Miscellaneous For
Sale
306
D A R K R O O M E Q U I P M E N T . Bog e n enlarger w i t h 3 5 m m a n d m e d i u m f o r m a t n e g a t i v e earners.
S a u n d e r s a d j u s t a b l e easel, safelight. film d e v e l o p i n g t a n k w i t h
reel a n d t h e r m o m e t e r . 2 g a l l o n
s t o r a g e tank, gram focuser, large
developing
tray,
graduated
beaker, enlarger timer, e x p o s u r e
meter, t)ooks a n d m o r e ! Nearly
everything to get started. $150
for
all
or
best
offer
(989)350-1353
or
(231)546-3846.(05)
I r".
Fax; 231-627-1262
E-mail: [email protected]>yganh<,ispiial.org
ADVEI^ISING
SALES C O N S U L T A N T
The Gayiord Herald Times is seeking an outside Advertising Sales Consultant. The successful
candidate w i l l be self-motivated, goal-oriented,
organized and possess time management skills, A
college degree or sales experience is helpful. To
be a part of this award-winning team, send your
resume to:
Kim Ballard, Advertising M a n a g e r
Gayiord Herald Times
P.O. Box 598, Gayiord, M l 49734
[email protected]
Employment Opportunities at
Otsego Memorial Hospital
In Gayiord, our emphasis
is on outdoor recreation and quality
of life. We enjoy a healthful climate, which is ideal
for year-round sporting activities including golf, camping,
boating, tennis, cross-country and downhill skiing, hunting, fishing, and more. Gayiord boasts a strong business community and
•winning schools.
NEW TODAY!
H A R D W O O D FLOORING SALE.
Over 100,000 s q u a r e feet of
w o o d flooring g r o w n a n d harv e s t e d in n o r t h e r n M i c h i g a n
S t a r t i n g at $ . 8 9 / f o o t . Offer g o o d
t h r o u g h M a y 31. Call N o r t h e r n
Michigan
Hardwoods.
(231)347-4575.(17)
^jU'laUJA-ilahUfc
ESTATE S A L E . 2 8 8 4 S o u t h
Pyke S c h o o l R o a d , Gayiord.
Off Parmeter R o a d . M a y 22,
4 p m - 8 p m . M a y 2 3 a n d 24,
9 a m - 7 p m . May 25. I 0 a m - 2 p m .
Household
items,
furniture,
tools, m u c h more.(17n)
j
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1
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I H U G E G A R A G E sale. 6641
! C h e r w i n s k i R o a d , VandertMtt.
Monday, May 19 t h r o u g h M o n day, May 26, 8 a m - 6 p m . C o m pressors, air t o o l s , M I G welder,
p>ower saws, t o o l s , w o o d splitter, fishing e q u i p m e n t , clothing
and m u c h more.(14n)
;
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C R A F T S A L E . M a y 24 a n d 25.
9am-4pm. 7405 Hayes Tower
Road,
Gayiord.
Pottery,
stained glass, w o o d c r a f t , garden art, birdhouses, feeders,
birdbaths. herb b a s k e t s . M u c h
more.(17s)
I
•
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J
FRIDAY A N D Saturday. May
23 and 24, 8 a m . 4 1 7 6 B u c k
Road, Gayiord. Use Michigan
Avenue off US 27 South.(17s)
M A N Y , M A N Y D i c k e n s Village p i e c e s plus h o u s e h o l d
items. M a y 24.
8am-4pm.
1625
Lakewood,
Gayiord.(14s)
Community Wide Goroge Sole
In M i c h o y w e
Saturday,
24,
tOam • 4pm
miftmtnmk
mk:ihmf¥04
535 W E S T P i n e B r i a r , G a y lord. Friday and Saturday. May
2 3 and 24, 9 a m - 4 p m . Lots of
kid's
women's
and
men's
clothing, jewelry, c l o c k s , bedding, dishes, loads and loads of
miscellaneous.(21w)
7163
PARTRIDGE
Place,
G a y i o r d . M i c h a y w e Subdivision.
May
24
and
25,
9 a m - 4 p m . Brand n a m e baby
gear, infant c l o t h i n g , maternity
wear,
nursing
wear.
toys,
women's
clothing,
men's
clothing, d o l p h i n collectibles
and m u c h more.(17w)
ADULT,
MATERNmr
and
baby/toddler
clothing.
Baby
items. NordicTrack skier. Saturday, M a y 24, 8 a m - 3 p m . 1014
T i m b e r i i n e Trail, Gaytord.(17c)
H U G E G A R A G E sale. 2 families joining. N a m e b r a n d kids'
clothes, infant to 4T. Baby
items, strollers. Lots of household items and s o m e antiques.
Saturday and Sunday, M a y 17
a n d 18, 8 a m - 4 p m . 7 1 3 W e s t
S t r e e t , Gayiord.(17c)
H U G E M U L T I F A M I L Y garage
sale. M a y 21, 22 a n d 23,
9 a m - 3 p m . 227 N o r t h M a p l e ,
G a y i o r d . Lots k i d / b a b y c l o t h i n g
(size/gender separated), toys,
tx)oks, furniture, p u p p e t e , hunting, fishing, exercise items,
m u c h more!(10c)
BIG M O V I N G sale. From s w i n g
set t o tires. M a y 17 a n d 18.
9am-5pm?
7172
Parmater
R o a d , E l m l r a . West o n M - 3 2 t o
C a m p Ten.(17w)
A N N U A L M U L T I F A M I L Y sale.
Lots of great stuff. C o m e and
see. Friday and Saturday, May
23 and 24. A s p e n Park S t o r a g e
t>ehind the Post Office. Gaylord.(17)
MAY 17 and 18, 1 0 a m - 7 p m .
Kids' toys, clothes and more.
8385 M - 3 2 West,
Eimlra.
D o w n t o w n Elmira o n t o p of the
hin.(14w)
R U M M A G E S A L E . M a y 24.
8 a m - 6 p m . M a y 25, 8 a m - 4 p m ,
Lots of girls' c l o t h i n g , household items, s n o w blower, leaf
blower, metal c h o p saw. Follow
the signs. M - 3 2 West past
Kohls, take left on
Hayes
Tower, right on Van Tyle, go
3 - 1 / 2 miles left t o 1 3 0 8 B e a c o n
Square Lane, Gaylofd.(l7w)
2 S T R E E T wide s a l e . Fairgrieve
and Douglas Lake Roads. J o hannesburg.
May
23-26,
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Paul Bunyan Plumbing & Heating
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P l u m b i n g , H e a t i n g , Air C o n d i t i o n i n g , O u t s i d e W o o d B o i l e r s
A t t o r n e y • Specializing in
•CRIMINAL
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1262 S. Otsego Ave. Gayord, Ml
R o n Paul
Master Plumber
Fully Insured
989-732-5952
Gaylord
989-705-2332
Fax: 705-8233
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1113 Effie Boulevard
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Licensed Cosmetologist / Stylist
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J«niff«r Garner
13 Years of E x c e l l e n c e in Repair a n d P e r f o r m a n c e
Jason P r i c e
Owner, Certified Mechanic
6416 Sringgay Rd.
Gaylord, Ml 49735
989-889-0200
[email protected] com
UPS Shipping • Bill Paying
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Crawfonj & Otsego County
Mobile: 9 8 9 - 7 3 2 - 4 0 0 2
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Cell: 989-619-9874
Office: 989-732-5200
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Frank Bryant • Owner
Rite-Way
GREAT LAKES M A S O N R Y
Custom Homes
Permanent Wood Foundations arKi Basements
Rough & Finish Carpentry
• Masonry • Blockwork
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• Commercial • Residential
Jim PiotTowski, owner
Bill Current
(989)766-4595
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Russ Garlilz (Owner)
Professional Wofic - Reasonable Rates
Saarantaetf Work
FREE E S T I f ^ T E S - SENIOR D I S C O L M S
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989-732-7655
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Located In Gaylord For Over 20 Years
CONSTRUCTION
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COMMERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL
Sales • Service • Installation
• News
EMERGENCY SERVICE 2 4 HOURS
(959)
• Sports
408 SOUTH COURT
GAYLORD. M I 49735
• Display Advertising
732-1879
1 - 8 0 0 - 7 5 7 - 1 8 7 9
Licensed
Handyman
3 0 Years Experience
Windows
Lev T ^ r a l i a n
Cabinets
1979 T o m a h a w k TV., Gaylord
Carpentry
Home: 989-939-7805
CeU; 989-614-6460
RESIDENTIAL
ROOFING
LOG CABINS
W e b Site f o r your local;
Full Line of Windows • Exterior Doors
n o Fairview Road
30 YEARS • LICENSED &INSURID
G a y l o r d H e r a l d Times
GARAGE DOORS & OPERATORS
Lcxraled Next To The Fairyrounds
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Decks
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• Weather
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• and much more!
For informoien col now at
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Log Home Restoration
insured
Licensed Builder
12476 E. M-32
Johannesburg, MI
49751
RANDY RICH • 989.731.1855 • 989.350.1327 CELL
Gerta's Draperies
• W
"Everything
Window
Wi Make Half Lor Sidinv
Logs replaced, caulked
chinked, sandblasted
and stained.
Also build new structures.
L(,IU1C».
t r k m a n s h i p . L i c e n s e d Sc I n s u r e d
Furnace.
Replacement, Humidifiers, Air
C e n t r a l Air Free Estimates.
Senior Savings
I
' New Homes
' Siding
' Garages
• Remodeling
• Cultured Stone
KERRY CARSON
UCENSED BUILDER
KITCHEN CABINET REFAClNG
CUSTOM CABINETRY
DONT REPLACE, REFACE
SAVE 50% OR MORE
989-8fi9-5111
C o n i r n c r c ial
CarpofMon
Ohtmen d
UBC
Floorcovaring
Commercial • Reskjerrtial
Bus. 989-732-5136
Fax 9e9-732-6309 • W«8 877-«»^206 » Old US-27 N • PO Box 306 • Gaylord
OGDEN'S Enterprises
Attention
Builders & Contractors:
Call J o d i B u r g e r .
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• A d d H o m • Rwnodatna
HfcV been providing building materials to
northern Michigan contractors since 1915
• Fuda • Trim
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• D«du A niMnat
Owb O g d M
Q 3 1 ) 948-1147
M l (231) 42<M)137
Ray O g d w i (231) 238-9836
c a (231) 420-2314
> Gaylord
Old 27 South
PRESTON
C2lFEATHER
(989) 7 3 2 - 8 8 6 2
BUILDING CENTERS
> Petoskey
• Harbor Springs
Helping Vou Build Hlth Confidence
(989) 731-4560
Tim Lawes
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D K Y W A I X & IINTERIORS
WOLF BUILDERS INC.
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(989) 745-3531
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new construction / remodel
vinyi / cedar tiding
licensed / insured
I ICC f S l i i n « i t c s
uNnH}euiiDmQ
CENTER
6-5:30 Monday-Friday • B-2 Saturday
• Additions
' Roofing
' Pole Barns
> Knotty Pine
' And Morel
Licensed Builder
Over 30 Years Experience
Carpet
Ceramic
Hardwood
Vinyl
Laminate
I n - H o i m Nteasuramants, E s t i m a t M &
Insurance Quotes
Professional Installation Available
• UcMSttd A Insured
Kosidcnllal
Customer
Service Since 1958
(989) 732-3340
2281 OLD 27 SOUTH • GAYLORD
•
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DAVID STUBU JR.
(989) 731-9747
Excellent
1^^751
A T I.EAS i r W O Q U O T E S ,
M A K E S I R E O N E IS O U R S !
JOHN JOHNSON
G A Y L O R D . MI 4 9 7 3 5
989-731-2972
DMS Construction, LLC
in
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• Free Estimates
• In-Home Appointments
phone 989 786 3265 cell 989 390 1844
email: deldjomas^oyager.nct
•er H i ^ h E f f i c i e n t
231-625-9740
) 732-0738
WESLEY CONSTRUCTION
Free Estimates
Interior & Exterior
Power Washing & Decks
Licensed & insured
Licensed & Insured
Your Energy Efficient Creator"
Painting Service
•
•
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•
/
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Construction
Professional Painting
Log Mome /Restoration
Sand Blasting
Log Replacement
FREE fctlmates
Insured
Uc. Bid. 66764
custom decks
windows / doors
free estimates
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Homes • Garages • Additions • Decks • Roofirtg • SMIng
Snowpkiwng
Insurvd • Ucansad
Randy Murphy. O w i w
(988)731-6169
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Antiques & Auctions
Recreational Vehicles
Boats/Snowmobiles
Livestock & Feed
SuperSavers
SuperSavers
311
402
403
803
900
GOLF CLUBS. Man's left hand.
WKti beg. Never used. $100.
(231)546-3618.(17)
900
TAN SUEDE horseback ridir>g
chaps. Size small. Cowboy hat.
Size 6-7/8. TejU sequence show
vest/matching belt All barely
used, $80/ajl.(14)
ANTIQUE A N D
M O V I N G SALE
Years of collecting' f a b u l o u s
pieces
fumilure and unique
a n t i q u e s arc for sale at l o w
and giveaway prices.
G o i n g o u t of b u s i n e s s a n d
e v e r y t h i n g m u s t go d u e t o
personal hardship.
Don't miss this sate!
2 days only!
NEW TODAY!
MiUTODAYT
2000 JAYCO fifth wheel. 33'. 2
slides. New twttery, carpet and
furniture. Very
coodrtkxi.
Asking
$17,000.
(989)732-4709.(17)
LIKE NEWI 14' Meyer's, wide,
deep huM boat with trailer, 2005
Johnson 8 horsepower motor.
Also includes MinnKota electric
trolling motor and fish finder.
$1,995.
{989)745-6200
or
(989)619-2948.(17)
Friday, May 23, 2008
Saturday, May 24, 2008
9 to 5
IVIW TODAY!
2005 26' Puma travel trailer.
$11.800/best. Sleeps 9. Bunks.
Extra storage on t^ack. Used 4
times. Must see! (989)370-0084
or (989)732-9651 .(17)
Al the Old Train LX^pol
in C e d a r M i c h i g a n
NEWTODAYT
From Traverse
take 72
West, turs right on 651 at light in
Cedar turn naht. down one block
Cash oru\' sales please!
(231)883-8485
Recreational Vehicles
402
1967 27' Allegro Class A. 45,000
miles. Sleeps 6. Everything
works. Generator with low hours.
Cruise. New refrigerator runs on
propane, electric and battery.
Water heater, microwave, air,
trailer hitch, full bath.
$4,500
with generator $4,000 without.
(989)786-4880.(07)
28' LAYTON Bunkhouse fifth
wheel.
Excellent
condition.
$10.500/best. (231)585-7629.(17)
Boats/Snowmobiles
2 HONDA 70 scooters. Low
miles. Electric start. Great condition.
$1,200/both,
(989)348-8096.(14)
2004 YAMAHA V-Star 650 Classic with windshield and saddlebags.
17.000 miles.
$4200.
(231)585-6163 Lany.(IO)
TRAIL HORSES. Quarter horse.
$1,500.
Tennesse
Walker.
$2,000. Up to date. 2 horse
bump>ef
pull trailer.
$1,400.
(231)237-9724,
(989)204-1888.(10)
' m ihillm film 0ili htm
ti/mmllm
Pets & Supplies
Ellsworth
Farmers Exchange
602
2000 SMOKER Craft 14' deep V.
25 horsepower. Trailer Many accessories,
$4,700,
(989)600-7876,(30)
989-731-6300
Hours: Monday - Phday 9 am - 5:30 pm
Satu^Sam -3:00pni
SuperSavers
900
1/2 HORSEPOWER deep well
pump.
Like
new,
$100.
(989)786-2831.(14)
COME AND get them. Dachshund puppies. They are the cutest. Great colors. Miniatures.
$300/each. (989)983-4213.(17)
GELDING. TRI-PAINT. 12 years
old. 15.2 hands. Sound. Great
2006 24' fifth wheel. Hornet by
trail horse. Shown at fair $1,800.
Keystone. Full bath, slideout, full
(989)705-1126. (989)732-2269.
awning, rear hitch. Used very little. $16,000. (989)350-8287.(14)
NEWTOMYf
2008 50CC moped. 6 month
Livestock & Feed
warranty.
120mpg.
$1,350. 1997 STARCRAFT 22" Islander
4.3 liter V-6. lnboard/outt>oard. 603
(231)536-9000,(14)
Low hours. Bunk trailer, tandem LOOKING FOR acreage to hay.
wheels. 4 electric downhggers. Negotiable. Leave message if no
NEWTCHHTfl
fish finder, GPS and more. Ex- answer. (989)324-0550,(07)
1995 HARLEY Davidson Fat cellent
condition,
$12,500,
Boy. 7,800 miles, $11,500. 1998 (231)529-7337.(17)
KTM 380 ECX. Low hours.
Gaylord Herald Times
$2,500.
Call
for
details,
NEWTOMY!
{231)347-7510
or
(231)
CLASSIREDS
675-2529.(17)
BOAT MOTOR. 6 horsepower
motor. Long shaft, $375. ShoreYou'll find someone to get
YOUTH 4 wheelers. I I O c c . Full master boat hoist. 3,600 pounds
warranty. Tons of options. $799. with
those odd jobs done in the
canopy.
$1,400,
(231)536-9000.(14)
(231)536-7998.(17)
services classifieds.
703
1992 FORD Econoline passenger van. Runs great.
240.000
miles.
$1,350.
(231)526-2981.(14)
$89 DOWN on selected automobiles to qualified buyers. No
credit, bad credit, no problem.
Tailored Enterprises, Petoskey,
1-888-774-2264,
vww.tailoredenterpnses. com. (3t)
1999 JEEP Wrangler 6 cylinder,
5 speed. 91.500 miles. Soft top
and
bikini
top.
$9,300.
(989)786-7428.(14)
2006 CHEVROLET Uplander 4
door extended van. Dark blue.
Great condition. 65,000 miles,
$9,975.
(989)858-0209.
(989)732-0655 after6pm,(17)
2002
MERCURY
Sable.
32,500 miles. Not driven in the
winter.
$8,500.
(989)939-8167.(14)
NEWTODAYI
CHECK OUT this deal! 1998
Dodge Durango. 162,000 miles.
Clean
interior
Runs
great,
$4,500/best. (231)582-9435 or
(231)675-5276.(14)
2002 FORD Taurus. 4 door.
Tan. Great condition. 26 plus
mpg. 71,000 miles. Excellent
performance.
$5,900.
(231)439-9998.(17)
NEW TODAY!
989-732-0060
1M1 OMZT towth, Gay«or«
M«trt to Jtw Wtornli Chevretet
Mow.. W. • to
8 to 3
Auto
Parts/Accessories
I Trucks
I
I
'
JEEP
HARDTOP.
Fits
1997-2006.
Inckides
hoist.
$1,200. (989)786-7428.(14)
704
1994 FORD pk:kup. 56,000
miles. Has been sitting and will
need some tender loving care.
$2,300. (989)732-4467.(03)
ELECTRIC
KEYBOARD.
CTK700. 100 song bank. 2 years
old. Rarely used. $100/best.
(989)939-7965.(14)
ELECTRONIC CASIO keyboard,
100 song bank. 2 years old.
Rarely used, $125. Water cooler
3
settings,
$90,
(989)939-7965.(14)
FLOOR MATS. Husky.
Part
numbers 31301 and 61361, Took
out of a 2005 Chevrolet Silverado extended cab pickup.
$75. (989)619-6866.(17)
GAYLORD NAUTILUS men-ibership,
12
months.
$240.
(989)731-1152.(14)
SEEKING BIOS ON THE FOLLOWING JOBS
1996 FORD Ranger, Manual.
V-6. AM/FM, CD, 4 speed, overdrive, Bed l i r w . g o o d tires.
$1,800.
{231)675-5412,
(231)582-7845.(17)
CHARLTON TOWNSHIP
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Chariton Township. Otsego County, Michigan, will hire a combination custodian/maintenance/waste station attendant person
Position includes custodial/maintenance work at the
township hall, office building and library as well working during and after wedding receptions at the hall. Also includes
outdoor maintenance work (mowing, etc.) on township properties including two (2) cemeteries. The Tri-Townshtp Waste
Statk>n Attendant works approximately 15 hours weekly.
Work includes weekends. For more infomiatton, please contact Matt Nowak, Charlton Township Supervisor at
(989)731-1920 Of at PO Box 367, Johannesburg, Ml 49751.
Chartton Township will accept appiicatwns until June 2, 2008.
M a i n ,
WASHBURN ELECTRIC guitar
with Marshall amplifier 2 years
old. Never used. Books and
tuner
also.
$275/best.
(989)939-7965.(14)
WASHER AND dryer. Electnc,
Good
condition,
$200.
(989)370-2272
leave
message. (17)
WHIRLPOOL DRYER. Used 6
months. Clean and in great condition. $200/best (906)250-8138
or (989)731 -1904 ask for Joe.(14)
WIDE CAR dolly. Used once.
$400. (989)348-6661.(14)
WOOD DOCK. Five 10" sections.
$50. (989)786-5143.(17)-
SCHWINN
SPEEDSTER
20"
boy's rrKJuntain bike. 7 speeds.
Grip
shifter
Blue.
$65.
(989)731-1052 after 6pm.(03)
SUNBEAM WATER cooler 3
years old. 3 settings, cooling
fridge.
$100/best.
(989)939-7965.(14)
1 DOLLAR TO $1000
SUPER SAVERS
AH ads run for 2 days in
the Gaylord Herald Times and
for an additional $4.00. 1 day
in the Marketplace
Maximum 20 words...Free.
Items Priced
Free for items
$100 and under
$4.00 for items $101 - $300
$5.60 for items $301 - $600
$7.20 for items $601 - $1000
Call us today!
Gaylord Herald Times,
(989)732-1111
Garage sales and pets not applicable. Not available for the
use of commercial businesses.
The highest priced item determines the cost of your ad
Price of the item must be advertised.
WHITE PLASTIC toddler bed
$10. (989)732-3914,(17)
herali^rimes
989-732-1111
www.gay lordhe raldti m es com
DEVEREAUX MEMORIAL
LIBRARY
LAWN SPRINKLER/LANDSCAPE BIDS
The Devereaux Memorial Library, located at 201 Plum Street.
Grayling, Michigan is accepting bids for annual lawn, sprinkler
and landscape maintenance. Licensed contractors must have
liability insurance totaling one million dollars. Bids accepted
until May 29, 2008. Job description available at the Library
circulation desk.
Gaylord,
DEMOLITION
ADVERTISEMENT TO BID
CITY OF G A Y L O R D
503 N. CENTER AVENUE
All concrete asphalt or patio block bases and/or all walkways are
to be removed from the site as well as the existing cor>crete
block building, which once housed laundry, restroom and maintenance equipment.
/^I remain household interior and exterior
items will also need to be removed trom the property The paved
alleyway and city sidewalks shall remain intact and preserved.
Once Items are removed the property should be filled wnth sand
and leveled to adjacent p r o p ^ i e s A 1-1/2" of cap of top soil,
raked, seeded and mulch put down to complete the project site.
AH those interested to bid this project shoukJ submit bids to the
city of Gaykxd, 305 East Main Street, Gaylord, Ml 49735 by
12:00 noon on Tuesday, May 27, 2008, All bids must be sealed
and signed wfth the total price clearty marked. The envelope
should clearly state:
Demolition Bid
Trailer Park
503 N, Center Avenue
All bids must be valid for 90 days. Any questions may be directed to the City Claris or City Manager. The Crty of Gaytord offers a 5% bKJders incentive for all Otsego County contractors.
The City reserves the right to accept or mject any and all bids at
Its sole discretk>n.
Rebecca A. Curtis, City Clerk
(989) 7 0 5 - 8 2 8 4
W e s t
WALL FURNACE. Natural gas,
$150. Singer table top sewing
machine,
$50,
(989)786-1055.(14)
Ivan H, Maschek. Charlton Twp. Clerk
^
236
TREATED WOOD swing set w(th
slkle. 2 swings, tire swing, rings
and
trapeze
bar
$100.
(989)731-5548.(17)
The City of Gaylord will accept bids to demolish or remove from
the site a total of (19) single-wide mobile homes currently situated on 503 N. Center Avenue. After each unit is removed, water
and sanitary sewer lines will need to be removed to the property
line and stubbed off at the right-of-way. All natural gas and electric to the site must also be removed and terminated at the property lines as well. It will be the responsibility of the Contractor to
contact and coordinate all utility dieconnections
Renovate bathrooms, locker rooms, student lockers, fire ext
door gym lighting, rubber membrane roofing, and roof drains.
Install irrigation system, wire panel partitions, digital surveillance camera systems, air conditioning unit, and announcement/bell system.
Refinish a gym floor "Invitation t o B i d "
packets are availal>le in the Superintendents Office. 112 St.
Johns Street Mancekx^a, Ml. For further information, contact
Ed McCarty at (231) 587-9764 ext, 205,
Pre-Bid Meeting
scheduled for May 28,
NEUTODAY!
WANTED: DEAD or alive. Paying
cash for cars ar>d trucks. Cash
upon
quick
pickup.
(969)786-3932- (07)
CRAFTSMAN
LAWN
mower
Hydrostatic. 15 horsepower. 42"
cut. $500- Ford pickup t o p p e r
Short box, step side. Fifcterglass,
white. $375. (231)546-3516.(17)
M A N C E L O N A PUBLIC
SCHOOLS
1999 FORD F-350 Dually Super
Cab. 7.3 diesei. 138,500 miles.
Very good condition. $14,000.
(989)614-6288.(03)
MEYERS 7'6" angle okJer snow
pk>w. Good conditkMi. EverytNng works. New hoses, new sotonoW. $500. (989)390-2488.(15t)
COIN COLLECTION. Coins and
books. $95- Lane cedar chest.
$50. (989)705-7690.(14)
TELEVISION. $60. Man's Arctic
Cat coat. $50. Twin stroller. $25.
Fake
fireplace
heater.
$45.
(989)786-2045,(17)
TRI-TOWNSHIP AMBULANCE
1996 FORD F-150 XL 4x4 extended
cab.
Power
wnndows/tocks, cruise, air Towing package. Bed liner. Truxedo
bed
cover.
New
brakes
(906)478-3908 after 4pm.(07)
702
CHILD'S
LITTLE
Tikes
slide/climber $15, Booster seat.
$5. Picnic table. $5, Work bench,
$8, (989)732-4768.(17)
AMBULANCE FOR SALE
Good working Ambulance for sale by sealed bid only through
Tri-Township Ambulance. 1991 Ford E-350 type 3 model with
only 85.000 miles. Still usable as an EMS/Rescue transport
vehicle, or may be remodeled for other use. Contact Barry at
(989)785-4841 for more information. The BOD has the right to
accept or reject any offer. Deadline is June 2, 2008 for bids.
NEW TODAY!
2001 JEEP Wrangler Sport.
30.000 miles. Tow bar Never
driven
in
salt,
$11,500.
(231)547-9377
or
(231)675-9666.(17)
My, WMklyftMonthly R*t*»
cal nch-UpftIMIvaW
OWM^ ft
AIR CONDITIONER. Large window unit. 8.000 Btu. $100,
(989)732-2599,(14)
GAYLORD HERALD TIMES is
the premier print medium in
Otsego County. With the variety
of publications that are offered,
there is sure to be one that will fit
the needs of your business. Call
today and ask for advertising at
(989) 732-1111. P.O. Box 598
Gaylord. Ml 49734
2001 CHEVROLET Blazer 4x4.
156,000 miles. Many new parts.
New tires, extra set of snow
tires, $3,900. (231)632-3939,(17)
autokestal.
5 FISHING poles with reels.
$45/all. (989)732-4724.(14)
206B S. Otsego Av».
Qsytord, MtcNgan
Van/Sport Utility
Vehicle
MUST SELL as soon as possible. Moving! Refrigerator and upright freezer Excellent running
condition. $100/each or t>est offer. (989)731-5481.(17)
30" MAGIC Chef. Natural gas
range. Very good condition. $75.
(989)786-4322,(14)
(96^ 732-1111,
e-moil: classifiedsOgaylordheralcMmes.cofn
LOVESEAT. ABOUT 7 months
old- Putts out t o twin bed. Large
matching storage ottoman. Paid
$1,000.
/Vsking
$450,
(989)448-0330.(17)
2 PAIR lederhosen. sizes 30 and
28 with suspenders and ties.
Good
shape.
$50/each.
(989)786-5143,(14)
30" FREESTANDING propane
oven. Very good condition. $50,
(989)732-7748,(14)
Advertise your
business or
service by
calling
LAWNMOWER. 21" MTD
5
horsepower. Very good condition. $75. (231)546-5123.(14)
MIRROCRAFT
14'
aluminum
boat, $125. (989)732-5241.(14)
2005 TRUCK cap. Aluminum, 5'.
op>entng windows. Fits Canyon
or
Colorado.
Black.
$200.
(989)745-6200
or
(989)619-2948.(17)
NEW TODAY!
LAWN MOWER. 4 horsepower
New condition. Easy start. $95.
(231)549-2500.(17)
1991 DODGE. 66,000 miles.
$600. Cub cadet tractor $450.
(989)705-7171.(14)
2 TIRES. BFGoodrich radial T/A,
225/70x16 mud and snow. $40.
(231)549-3446.(14)
NEWTOMYI
AUTOMOTIVE
KENMORE.
REFRIGERATOR.
Runs
good,
$25,
(989)732-9357.(17)
mmnrnman/sf
1681 S. Otsego, Gaylord
!«:W TODAY!
1984 FOUR Winns Santara 205,
4 cylinder inboard. Good condition. Includes Heritage trailer,
$4,000
or
best,
(231)547-7044.(17)
Cars
HUSKY FLOOR mats. Part numbers 31301 and 61361. Took out
of a 2005 Chevrolet Silverado
extended cab
pickup,
$75.
(989)619-6866.(14)
• svantgod
NEWTOMYT
701
HUGE TANK for various animals,
Heavy
duty.
66'wx86''hx28''d. 2 glass slkJing
doors. Homemade. Great for lizards,
birds,
etc,
$90/best.
(989)858-1997.(14)
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801
$30.
HP DESKJET F300 AJI-in-One
series
printer/scar>r>er/copier.
Used 4 months. $50. Schwinn
Predator BMZ bike. Good coodition, $20. Joe, (906)250-8138,
(989)731-1904.(14)
UnmOMHB
1982 FOUR Winns. 15". 70 AKC COCKER spaniel puppies.
horsepower Evinrude outboard Small and lovable. Black. $250
oil injected and power trim. 6 and up. Male and female.
person. 2 five gallon gas reser- (231)546-3217.(17)
voirs. New extra prop, boat
cover Shoreland'r tilt trailer Approximately 300 hours. Excellent
m w t o m r t
condition, $3.200/t>est. A must
see! (989)732-8436.(17)
BEAUTIFUL THOROUGHBRED
1995 THOMPSON 18' center German
shorthaired pointers.
console with 1998 Mercury 90 Born March 13, 2008. Tails
horsepower, $5,600. 1988 17' cropped, dew claws removed.
Sea Nymph with side console, First shots and 6 week checkup.
40 horsepower Johnson. Live $300/each.
(231)631-7529
or
well, trolling motor, d o w n rig- 631-7530.(17)
gers.
graph.
$38,000.
(231)539-8034.(14)
2005
HONDA
Gold
Wing.
$14,999. Make offer, 35,000
miles. Gently ridden. Accessohes. (231)526-9985.(14)
wbwm'ksnd
Horses & Riding
Stables
403
18' LUND fishing boat with
trailer. $4.500/best. Call for more
information,
(231 )237-9724,
(989)204-1777.(10)
1993 FORD F-250, Loaded. With
2002 10-1/2' Sun Lite pickup
camper.
Loaded.
(989)786-2357.(26)
GRAY
LOVESEAT.
(989)939-8841.(14)
M l
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Mrili M tnr ^
(866) 3 9 3 - 8 2 8 4
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