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West Shore Shoppers' Guide, February 14, 2010

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Sunday, February 14, 2010 • WEST SHORE SHOPPERS GUIDE • 1
Courtesy Photo
Monte and Monica will be playing for Manistee’s special Frostbite HomeGrownSaturday on Feb. 20.
 Winter funManistee style
MANISTEE — Among the most popu-ar events this past summer in Manisteeere the HomeGrown Saturdays thatacked people into the River Street area.Manistee Main Street/Downtownevelopment Authority executive directorravis Alden said they couldn’t have beenappier with what transpired with that vent last summer and they want to keephe ball rolling in terms of the good spiritt created. That is why they have startedp a new program starting on Saturday,eb. 20 called “Frostbite HomeGrownaturday.”“The HomeGrown Saturdays last sum-er were such a hit, we wanted to do onen the winter,” said Alden. “The downtownerchants really latched onto the idea and veryone’s really excited.” Alden said the timing couldn’t be betterecause this is the portion of winter where veryone starts getting hit with a case of abin fever. Everyone knows the best cureor a case of being stuck in the house dur-ng winter is to get out and enjoy someood fun.It doesn’t even matter if the tempera-ures don’t warm up because they will beaving the activities indoors as the mainoncept is just to get people down into theiver Street area. However, there is a dif-erent twist to the “Frostbite HomeGrownaturday” as opposed to the one that took lace last summer.Last summer anyone strolling Rivertreet would have the opportunity to taken the sweet sounds of some great musicalntertainment provided by the “buskers”r street musicians. However, instead of eing standing out in front of the business-s the “buskers” will be turning out theirusic inside the various storefronts duringhours of “Frostbite HomeGrown Saturday” between the hours of noon and 4 p.m.Many familiar names in the local musi-cal scene will be performing includingMonte and Monica Klein, Michala andCarmin Jamison, Bill Ferguson and Marty  Yaple to name a few. There are many othermusicians that have signed up to takepart in the fun and it will give those tak-ing the time to come down to River Streetthe opportunity to hear some outstandingmusic.However, music is just one of the com-ponents of the “Frostbite HomeGrownSaturday” as another one will be some-
Frostbite HomeGrownSaturdays open onRiver Street Feb. 20
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Those attending downtown Manistee’sFrostbite HomeGrown Saturday onFeb. 20 will be able to hear music byMarty Yaple.
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226 Parkdale Ave. • Manistee • 723-NAPA (6272)
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StarKist ChunkLight Tuna
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4/$
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Ocean SprayCranberryCocktail
46 oz. jug
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RaguSpaghettiSauce
26 oz. jar
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ComstockCherry PieFilling
20-21 oz. can
2/$
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Campbell’sSpaghetti orSpaghettios
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PolarSardines
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OrvilleRedenbacher’sMicrowavePopcorn
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KraftSauces
10 oz. blt.Tartar, Horseradishor Sweet’N Sour
2/$
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McCormickGround BlackPepper
4 oz. can
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IGASpread
45 oz. tub
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Hot, Lean orCroissantPockets
9 oz. box
2/$
5
Country Fresh2% ReducedFat Milk
gallon
 
$
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99
Country FreshCottage Cheese
16 oz.
2/$
4
IGA Grape Jelly
32 oz. jar ..............................$1.99
IGA White Vinegar
128 oz. jug ...........................$2.39
HomeMakers Orange Juice
64 oz. ....................................2/$5
IGA Cooking Oil
48 oz. btl., Vegetable Blend,Canola or Corn .....................$2.99
IGA Hot Cocoa Mix
10 pk., 1 oz. env., Regularor w/ Marshmallows .............2/$3
IGA Syrup
24 oz. btl. .............................
 
$1.69
IGA Trash Bags
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$2.49
Coke Classic
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99
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Beef SirloinTip Steak
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69
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StuffedPork Chops
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Center CutPork Chops
$
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Lake Smelt
1 lb. pkg.
$
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Wild CaughtCod Fillets
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16 oz. pkg.
2/$
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Raw E-ZPeel Shrimp
1 lb. pkg.
$
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IGABeef Hot Dogs
16 oz. pkg.
$
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T-BoneChoice Steaks
$
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49
ea.lb.lb.
KraftCheez Whiz
15 oz. jar
$
2
99
IGA FrozenPotatoes
28-32 oz. bag
2/$
4
Cool WhipTopping
12 oz. tubRegular or Free
2/$
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KraftMacaroni &Cheese Dinner
7.25 oz. box
99
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lb.
Porter HouseChoice Steaks
$
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99
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ChileanSeedlessGrapes
Red or Green
$
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lb.
TexasPinkGrapefruit
5 lb. bag
$
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MichiganRussetPotatoes
10 lb. bag
$
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Pears
Red, D’Anjouor Bosc
99
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lb.
Sliced &WashedMushrooms
8 oz. pkg.
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The Manistee Veterinary Hospital will nolonger be available to perform large animalfarm services. Some haul in work will bepermitted by appointment. We will continue toserve your small animal needs. Thank you foryour patronage over the years.
Dr. Westheimer and Dr. Velat
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thing that has a tasty part of it. Alden and thepeople at the DowntownDevelopment Authority have added an interestinglittle twist that is sure toappeal to everyone.That is because they will be hosting a “ChiliHop” where everyone willnot mind going out in thecold from store to storeto taste some of warmdelightful chili that is wait-ing for them all along RiverStreet. Every time they stopat a different downtownmerchant another goodtasting chili will be waitingto warm them up.“It is kind of like a walking chili cook-off,” said Alden. “Everyone is a judgeand scores the entries. Yougo from store to store tosample the different variet-ies of chili while listeningto the ‘buskers. Everyonegets a scorecard , scoreseach chili entry and thenturns in scores by 3:30p.m. for tallying.” Alden said that at4 p.m. the top threechili contestants will beannounced with the win-ning entry taking home thefirst place prize of $100 inDowntown Dollars. Secondplace will win $40, andthird place will get $20.There isn’t any fee forentering the Chili Hop con-test, and entry forms can be obtained in a variety of different ways. Entry formscan be downloaded at www.mainsteedowntown.com, or obtained by callingthe Main Street/DowntownDevelopment Authority office at 398-3262. Anyone from the pub-lic who submits a fullscorecard in judging thechili will be automatically entered into a drawing for$50 in downtown dollars.There is plenty of otherfun things to do during“Frostbite HomeGrownSaturday” besides theChili Hop and the buskersplaying their music. TheBoathouse Grill will be joining in the fun by host-ing a winter beer garden infront of their restaurant.“Corn Hole” games will be played on River Street between Oak Street andthe city marina fountain.For more information onthe Frostbite HomeGrownSaturday, contact Travisat 398-3262 or visit www.manisteedowntown.com
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...............$1.29 lb.Butt Roast or BBQ .................................$1.19 lb.Boneless Pork Chops or Baby Ribs .........$2.59 lb.Whole Boneless Pork Loin .....................$1.99 lb.Pork or Italian Sausage .........................$1.59 lb.Head Lettuce ........................................$1.09 ea.Premium Packaged Tomatoes ................$1.09 lb.Celery Stalks ........................................$1.49 ea.Fresh Mushrooms .................................$1.79 ea.Green Cabbage ........................................59¢ lb.Green or Red Seedless Grapes ...............$2.19 lb.Jona Gold Apples,
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Large Eggs,
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..................................$1.29Our Family Stick Butter,
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..............$1.29Bakers Baking Chocolate Squares
Semi-Sweet & Unsweetened, 8 oz 
................$2.39Kraft Cool Whip Aerosol,
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Aunt Jemima Pancake Mix
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.....$2.49Ortego Taco Kits,
Makes 12 Tacos 
...............2/$5Comstock Pitted Whole Cherries .............$2.99Lipton Recipe Secrets
Beefy Onion, Vegetable, Onion 
....................$1.39Pam Cooking Sprays .............................$2.99
Betty Crocker Brownie Mixes
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.....2/$5Nunn/Better Dog Biscuits,
4 lb 
...............$3.79Lysol Spray,
12.5 oz 
...............................$4.89Kelloggs Pop Tarts..................................2/$4
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Sunday, February 14, 2010 • WEST SHORE SHOPPERS GUIDE • 3
If I wasn’t a chamber manager...
If I wasn’t a Chamberof Commerce manager, Ithink I’d like to be a res-taurant critic, or maybe asecret shopper.Heaven knows I haveextensive experience inboth eating out and shop-ping. Now, I’m not anespecially picky eater, butI am a picky customer— if by picky you mean Iwant great food, cheer-ful servers, a welcomingatmosphere and promptservice and I want it all ata fair price.Is that picky?Or is that really justwhat we should expectwhen we spend our hard-earned money?
Lunch at LaFamilia
Last week, I had lunchat La Familia, the new Mexican-style restaurantat 318 River Street. LaFamilia opened about amonth ago and has justoined the chamber.During my lunch at LaFamilia, owners Stephenand Tanya Laredo cameout to say hello — notust to me but to eachcustomer — and not oncedid they approach a cus-tomer whose mouth wasfull or who was in themiddle of a sentence withtheir lunch partner.During my conver-sation with Stephen, Imentioned that I lovedpico de gallo (tomatoes,onions and cilantro —kind of like salsa but notexactly) which was not onLa Familia’s menu.Stephen excused him-self and came back out acouple of minutes laterwith what I suspect was acustom made bowl of picode gallo. That’s excep-tional service! It bodes well for this new businessthat they have already mastered the conceptthat nothing is sacred in business except that thecustomer comes back.So stop in and wel-come this friendly new  business to Manistee andif enough people ask forpico de gallo, I bet we’llsee it on the menu lick-ety-split.
Paczki eatingcontest
Glens Market will holdits 6th Annual PaczkiEating Contest on Feb.16, 8-11 a.m. Divisionsinclude schools, busi-nesses, restaurants,media personalities, law enforcement, fire depart-ments, government offi-cials and more.There will also be akids cheering competition before each school divi-sion.Please call Pam, Missy or James at 231-723-3434to reserve your spot.
News from MSUExtension
MSU Extension SNAP-ED Program assistantCydni Jacobi and 4-Hprogram instructor DebraLaws presented a sessionon financial education tohelp students at CASMAN Alternative Academy learn the lessons of soundpersonal financial man-agement.The class concluded with a discussion abouteach person’s viewson spending and sav-ing, with an emphasison saving goals, futuremoney plans and current ways students econo-mize. In addition to being prepared for livesin the work world, theseCASMAN students now also have grounding inpreparing to handle theirpersonal finances in aninformed, educated man-ner.
ServSafe train-ing for food ser- vice employees
 West ShoreCommunity College isoffering the nationally recognized ServSafe®training and exam forthose who are employedin food service operationson three consecutiveThursdays, Feb. 18, 25,and March 4, from 5-8:30p.m.Classroom instruc-tion is encouraged forthose who have never hadformal food safety train-ing. Participants whoreceive a 75 percent or better on their exam will be issued a ServSafe cer-tificate from the NationalRestaurant AssociationEducational Foundation.Space is limited andearly registration isencouraged. For moreinformation, contact Wanell Cabot at 231-843-5818 or wkcabot@wests-hore.edu.
Business Expo2010
 While many people areanxiously looking towardspring, your BusinessExpo Committee has theirsights on October.Oct. 6 that is, whichis the date for the 2010Business Expo! The com-mittee is hard at work planning an event even better than last year.If you are planningon a booth you’ll wantto consider reserving your space today with adeposit.Based on the successof the last three years, weanticipate booths to filleven more quickly this year. Don’t miss out. Callor email Dianna today forthe registration/depositform and reserve yourspot now.
MelissaReed
GuestColumnist
Manistee Area Chamber of Commerce
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SUNDAY, FEB. 14
•Kaleva Lions Club PancakeBreakfast from 8:00 a.m. to12 Noon at the Kaleva LionsDen.• “Open Door” ministriesfree coffee devotions led by Lay Leader Paco Theisen,call 877-4246, Outreach of Manistee United MethodistChurch.
MONDAY, FEB. 15
• Farmer’s Market meeting,6:30pm, City Hall councilchambers.•TOPS #1306, 9:30-10 a.m.,Bear Lake United MethodistChurch, 7861 Main St., (231)864-3945•TOPS #1801 meets, 11 a.m.;First Baptist Church, 1201Lake Shore Rd., Manistee•TOPS #528 meeting, 3:45p.m.; First Baptist Church,1201 Lake Shore Road,Manistee
TUESDAY, FEB. 16
•Homeward Bound AnimalShelter FatCat Tuesday soup/salad & dessert dinner,Manistee Township Hall,5pm-8pm•B Matzen, DAV Outreach Worker, 9a.m.-4p.m.,Manistee Michgan Works•DAV Service Officer, 10a.m-2p.m., VFW, 1211 28th St.,Manistee
 WEDNESDAY, FEB. 17 
•O.A.(Overeaters Anonymous) meeting7 p.m.; Good ShepherdLutheran Church, 521Cypress St., Manistee, 723-2883•TOPS (Take off poundssensibly) #1646, 9:30 weigh-in, Epworth United Church,3939 Highbridge Rd.,Brethren OPEN HOUSE 10a.m.-11.a.m.•Angel Food Ministry orders will be taken 1-4 p.m. at theManistee United MethodistChurch.•TOPS #1646 meets, 9:30 weight-in: Epworth UnitedMethodist Church, 3939Highbridge Rd, Brethren•TOPS 3 1646 OPENHOUSE, 10a.m.-11a.m.,Epworth United MethodistChurch, 3939 HighbridgeRd, Brethren•VFW Service Officer,10a.m.-2p.m., VFW, 121128th St.•VFW Service Officer,10a.m.-2p.m., VFW, Kaleva,13300 9 Mile Rd.•JR. CLIO CLUB MEETING(Soup Luncheon) 12:30p.m., Carol Bottimer’s.
THURSDAY, FEB. 18
•The Manistee Area Grief Support Group, 1:30 p.m., atChurch of the Holy Trinity,410 Second Street•FREE (adult) craft sessions weekly, 9:30-11:30 a.m.Onekama Church of theBrethren, 8266 Mill St.,Onekama, 231-889-4311,•VFW Walsh Post 4499,7:30p.m., 1211 28th St.
FRIDAY, FEB 19
•Manistee Cty. VeteransCounselor, 10a.m.-2p.m.,Senior Center, 457 River St.,398-3587•H1N1 FLU CLINIC 9a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Noappointment nessary.Questions? call the HealthDept. at 723-3595.•Elks Fish Fry 5:30 to 8:30
SATURDAY, FEB 20
•Moose Lodge, Turkey Breast Dinner, 5-7:30p.m.•Walk for Warmth, 10a.m.FiveCAP office, 265 First St.,
SUNDAY, FEB. 21
•Kaleva Lions Club PancakeBreakfast from 8:00 a.m. to12 Noon at the Kaleva LionsDen, 14361 Nine Mile Road,Kaleva.•Moose Lodge, PotatoPancake Breakfast,8:30a.m.-Noon•“Open Door” ministriesfree coffee devotions led by Lay Leader Paco Theisen,call 877-4246, Outreach of Manistee United MethodistChurch.
MONDAY, FEB. 22
•Grief support group,noon-1:30 p.m.; Hospice of Michigan, 5177 West U.S.10, Suite 2, Ludington•Manistee Cty. VeteransCounselor, 9a.m.-3p.m.,Manistee Cty. Courthouse,398-3587•TOPS #1306, 9:30-10 a.m.,Bear Lake United MethodistChurch, 7861 Main St., (231)864-3945•TOPS #1801, 11 a.m.; FirstBaptist Church, 1201 LakeShore Rd., Manistee•TOPS #528, 3:45 p.m.;First Baptist Church, 1201Lake Shore Road, Manistee
TUESDAY, FEB. 23
•B Matzen, DAV Outreach Worker, 9a.m.-4p.m.,Manistee Michgan Works•DAV Service Officer, 10a.m-2p.m., VFW, 1211 28th St.,Manistee
 WEDNESDAY, FEB. 24
•O.A.(Overeaters Anonymous) meeting7 p.m.; Good ShepherdLutheran Church, 521Cypress St., Manistee, 723-2883•Kiwanis of Manistee,Regular meetings; 7 a.m. to8 a.m.; House of Flavors,Manistee.•TOPS (Take off poundssensibly) #1646, 9:30 weigh-in, Epworth United Church,3939 Highbridge Rd.,Brethren•TOPS #1646 meets, 9:30 weigh-in: Epworth UnitedMethodist Church, 3939Highbridge Rd, Brethren•Kiwanis Board Meeting, 7-8am. House of Flavors•Manistee High School GradBash Parent meeting, 7 p.m.,MHS library.•VFW Service Officer,10a.m.-2p.m., VFW, 121128th St.•VFW Service Officer,10a.m.-2p.m., VFW, Kaleva,13300 9 Mile Rd.
THURSDAY, FEB. 25
•Kaleva Lions Club Pastiesfrom 8:00 a.m. to 12 Noon;Kaleva Lions Den,•The Manistee Area Grief Support Group; 1:30 p.m.,Church of the Holy Trinity,410 Second Street•FREE (adult) craft session,9:30-11:30 a.m.; OnekamaChurch of the Brethren,8266 Mill St., Onekama,231-889-4311
SATURDAY, FEB. 27 
•Kaleva Lions Club PancakeBreakfast; 8:00 a.m. to 12Noon at the Kaleva LionsDen.•Moose Lodge, Grilled Pork Chop Dinner, 5-7:30p.m.•Elks Fish Fry 5:30 to 8:30
SUNDAY, FEB. 28
•“Open Door” ministriesfree coffee devotions led by Lay Leader Paco Theisen,call 877-4246, Outreach of Manistee United MethodistChurch.
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Only cater food at licensedhalls. Specializing in GrandmaGajewskis & Four Generationsof family favorite recipes andspecial diet need foods.
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