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Weekly Choice - September 27, 2012

Weekly Choice - September 27, 2012

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Weekly Choice
Positive News, FREE Sports and Events
Thursday, September 27, 2012
A Choice Publication
Covering 40 Towns in Northern Michigan including Gaylord, Petoskey, Cheboygan, Grayling, Lewiston, Mancelona, Mio, Indian River and surrounding area.
Weekly Choice
Positive News, FREE Sports and Events
Thursday, September 27, 2012
A Choice Publication
Covering 40 Towns in Northern Michigan including Gaylord, Petoskey, Cheboygan, Grayling, Lewiston, Mancelona, Mio, Indian River and surrounding area.

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112 E. Sixth St., PO Box 382, Gaylord, MI 49734 • www.WeeklyChoice.com • (989) 732-8160
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The recently re-car-peted Michaywe’ Innthe Woods restaurantprovides the perfect setting to enjoya delicious dining experience thatis both comfortably casual, andmemorably elegant.
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Get ready for a ‘hilarious’ and ‘harmo-nious’ twist on a timeless fairy tale clas-sic.Next Friday, October 5th, the MichiganNorthern Lights Chorus, along with theHarmonie Meisters and the LightheartedQuartet, will be performing “Snow Whiteand the Seven Divas”, a musical comedy  written by Marty Goodman, that offers a
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North Central MichiganCollege is celebrating the open-ing of the new Straits AreaEducation Center in Cheboygan with an open house and ribboncutting ceremony on Wednesday, October 3rd from 4to 6 p.m. The public is invited tostop by and visit the new loca-tion and learn more about thisexciting new addition to theCheboygan area.Michele Andrews, Director of Off-Campus Programming forNCMC, states, “Prior to theopening of this new center, wehave been offering classes atseveral locations inCheboygan, including theCheboygan Area High
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Guardian Gals, Inc will be hosting theirthird annual “Making Change Run/Walk”event next Saturday, October 6th, starting at9 am at the Environmental Center locatedbehind the Gaylord Intermediate School.Participants of all ages are encouraged totake part in this important fundraiser for theGuardian Gals, Inc., a non-profit organiza-tion. This is a great opportunity to join in ahealthy and helpful outing on an early fall weekend, plus raise public awareness andfunding for this energetic, community focused group.“We will be “Making Change” in a variety of ways,” states Abbey Hamilton, GuardianGals Founder and Executive Director. “Thisevent will raise important funding for theGuardian Gals organization, increase publicawareness of our year-round work in thecommunity; and also offer a healthy outing of exercise and fun for participants andthose cheering them on.”This year, men, women and children canselect from three different run/walk courselengths, each following routes through theEnvironment Center field and Aspen Park inGaylord. Those options included a 5k or 10K run, a 5K walk, or a 1-mile runner/walkercourse. All routes feature a mix of earthenand paved trails. To participate, simply reg-ister for the event you desire, collect pledgesof $100 or more, and join the journey to thefinish line next Saturday morning.Going for the finish line not your cup of tea? There are many other ways to supportthe upcoming Guardian Gals Making Changeevent. Those include:- Be a Donor; by donating items forGoodie Bags that will be presented to eachparticipant.- Become an Underwriter; by underwriting items for the Kindness Counts prizes.
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By Jim AkansThe holiday shopping sea-son is just around the corner,and the Gaylord DowntownDevelopment Authority hasorganized the perfect eventfor getting a head start on thatannual gift-hunting adven-ture. “Moonlight Madness” indowntown Gaylord is set totake place once again this year on Wednesday, October3rd, with participating busi-nesses open from 6 to 9 pmoffering special sales and pro-motions, and several lucky shoppers will also be taking home some wonderful prizes at the end of theevening.Here’s the deal; shoppers during the MoonlightMadness event on Wednesday who make a pur-chase at a participating merchant’s store (aMoonlight Madness banner or poster will be ondisplay) will be given an entry ticket for a multipleprize drawing held at the end of the evening.Shoppers will earn a ticket for each purchase they make…so stock up on those holiday (or personal)purchases for several chances to win. Each partic-ipating merchant has donated a prize worth atleast $25 for the drawing, so there are severalchances to win! As of press time, the following downtownGaylord merchants will be participating in theMoonlight Madness shopping extravaganza this year:- Alpine Chocolat Haus- Ash Tobacco Co.- D&S Custom Art Design- Delphine’s Quilt Shop- Do South Furniture & Collectibles- Freckled Frog Boutique- Funky Fish & Friends- G Williker’s- Geniehobbies- Glenda’s of Gaylord- Great Rooms- Homespun Antiques & Crafts- Isabella’s Copper Pot- Main Street Shoes- Mossback Creek Company - Otsego County Historical Society Museum- Seams Like New - Saturn Booksellers- Solli’s Casual Wear- Tools To Teach With so many splendid and unique itemsoffered at these wonderful downtown Gaylordlocally-owned shops…the shopping harvest isguaranteed to be plentiful during MoonlightMadness. What a great way to get a head start onthe holiday season!Prize drawings will take place under the down-town pavilion starting at approximately 9:15 pmon Wednesday evening. Entrants must be presentat the drawing in order to win, so stick aroundafter shopping and find out if one or more of those prizes has your name on it.
It’s a “Moonlight Madness”shopping event in downtown Gaylord!
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The Cheboygan County Department of VeteransServices will be making Veterans I.D. Cards In theCounty Commissioners Room #135 from 9:00 amto 3:00 pm on Wednesday, October 3 and also on Wednesday, November 7.Cheboygan County Veteran’s cost is $5.00 andNon-County Veteran’s cost $10.00 VETERAN must bring the following qualifying documents:-DD-214- Current valid Michigan drivers license thatreflects present address.- If Veteran is receiving a service-connected dis-ability, bring Department of Veterans Affairs most recent decision letter and rating decision. You do not have to have a service-connecteddisability or pension. The Veterans I.D. card is forall qualified Veterans only. Veterans should show their I.D. to businesses for a possible discount.NOT ALL businesses participate. This card canonly be used by the Veteran. This card does notreplace the VA Healthcare Card, therefore it doesnot entitle Veterans to automatic healthcare. Call231-627-8833 to apply for VA healthcare.Department of Veterans Services870 S. Main StreetCheboygan MI 49721Phone: 231-627-8833
ATTENTION ALL VETERANS
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 All kids are terrific and here at South Maple Elementary we are acknowledging kids for good character. The Kiwanis club of Otsego County is helping us with this endeavor. Students who exhibit good behavior by following our school rules will be recog-nized by staff for doing so. One student per class will be selected to receive a “Terrific Kid” award, button, and pencil. The student names will be announced on our morning announcements. They will also have their picture taken to hang on our “Terrific Kid” bulletin board. This is an excellent opportunity for staff, students, parents and the community to connect on a social/emotional level because good character is just as important as good grades! 
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Back row: Judy (Kiwanis),Emilie Palmer, Lauren Novak,Logan Skelton, Gus James,Erika Krupa, Nolan King,Emma Hill, Fred (Kiwanis).Middle row: Hunter Cook,Emma Montgomery, DarrinWarren, Trey Butka, HaileyZack, Desiree Green, KayleeBerkshire.Front row: Charlotte Hicks, Arianne Folkertsma Absent: Claire Gohl
 
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