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River Valley News Shopper, July 4, 2011

River Valley News Shopper, July 4, 2011

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   M  o  n   d  a  y ,   J  u   l  y   4 ,   2   0   1   1
 www.rivervalleyshopper.com
EASE
INSURANCEAGENCY, INC.
Don’t want toruin your credit?~ Come See Us.
www.peaseinsurance.com
(231) 937-4141
We’reThere For You When You’re InThe Dark 
Commer
cial • Industrial
R
esidential • Agricultur
e
FREE ESTIMATES
Licensed & Insured
616-636-8289
Pierson • Since 1980
Michelle Newell  
ABR
®
, CHMS
Associate Broker
(231) 578-9302(231) 937-6630
Fax 1-888-572-4829
michellenewell@grar.com
616-364-8831
Celebrating her 20th year 
New Fair Grounds Grand OpeningRIDE SPECIAL
Ride all Day for $10ORAll Week for $40
Skerbeck Brothers Shows Inc Carnival Schedule
Tuesday, July 5th
unlimited rides 6:00 PM to close ........................................................$10
Wednesday, July 6th
unlimited rides 1:00 PM to close ....................................................$10
Thursday, July 7th
unlimited rides 3:00 PM to close .......................................................$10
Friday, July 8th
unlimited rides 3:00 PM to close ............................................................$10
Saturday, July 9th
unlimited rides 2:00 PM to close ........................................................$10Closing time for Midway is approximately 11:00 PMHeight restrictions for rides will be enforced.In the event of inclement weather; some rides may close earlier.Ride prices are subject to change without prior notice.Note: there is a $5.00 per car parking fee.There is no parking allowed on local road right of ways near the fair grounds.
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MONTCALM COUNTY
N
EW
F
AIR
G
ROUNDS
G
RAND
O
PENING
New Fair Grounds north of Greenville just off M-91Entrance on Peck Road
2011 GRANDSTAND AND EVENTS PROGRAM
Sunday, July 3, 2011
Heavy Weight Horse Pull 6:00 PM ........................................$5.00 Adult $2.00 ChildrenCelebration Steak Fry sponsored byMontcalm County Farm Bureau 6:00 PM .............................Tickets reserved in advance
Monday, July 4, 2011
4-H Youth Natural Horsemanship Show 5:00 PM - Grandstand ........................DonationOpen Show Natural Horsemanship Show 6:00 PM - Grandstand .....................Donation
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Poor Man Pullers Modified Garden Tractor Pull @ 7:00 PM
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Kids Day Games and Giveaways - 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM ........................................FREEDynamite the Clown sponsored by Skerbeck Brothers Shows Inc.Horse Soccer @ 6:00 PM .............................................................................Grandstand
Thursday, July 7, 2011
Annual 4-H/FFA Livestock Auction @ 5:00 PM .........................................Covered Arena
Friday, July 8, 2011
Demolition Derby with Burnout Contest @ 7:00 PM ..........$10.00 Adult $5.00 Children
Saturday, July 9, 2011
DeWayne Spaw 6:10 to 6:50PMBrandt Clark Rodeo @ 7:00 PM .......................................$15.00 Adult $10.00 Children
1244 W. Main St., Fremont
(231) 924-6510
Mon. - Fri. 9-6,Sat. 9-5, Sun. Closed
21226 Perry St., Big Rapids
(231) 796-4455
Mon. - Fri. 9-7,Sat. 9-6, Sun. 12-5
“Helping people sleep since 1980” 
 www.thebedroomcenter.com
• Applications and Onsite Interviews• Refreshments• Hourly Door Prizes
POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR THE FOLLOWING:
RN’s / LPN’s
 for immediate hourly shift openings.Applicants must have pediatric / vent experience.
(Ask about our Retainer Bonus Program for this position.) 
PT’s, OT’s, ST’s, MSW / BSW’s
Certified Nurses Aides 
Home Health Aides
For more information, contact Michelle Thomasat (888) 937-4514
EOE
JOB FAIR
WEDNESDAY, JULY 64:00-8:00 P.M.
239 S. ENSLEY, HOWARD CITY
 
RIVERVALLEYNEWSSHOPPERMONDAY,JULY4,2011
’00 M
ERCURY
C
OUGAR
2 dr., auto., 2.5L V6, PW, PL, AC, tilt, cruise,rear spoiler, power seat, alloy wheels.
YOUR PRICE
 
$
3,795
’99 F
ORD
F150 X-C
 AB
4x4, 5.4L Off Road, V8, short box, PW, PL, tilt,cruise, AC, running boards, alloy wheels, tow pkg.
 
YOUR PRICE
 
$
7,995
’04 G
RAND
P
RIX
GT
3.8L V6, auto., AC, PW, PL, tilt, cruise,CD, rear spoiler. KBB $7,915.
YOUR PRICE
$
6,495
’98 S
 ATURN
S-S
ERIES
SL2
 
1.9L 4 cyl., auto., 4 dr., AC, tilt.Great M.P.G.!
YOUR PRICE
 
$
2,995
‘03 P
ONTIAC
S
UNFIRE
2 dr., 4 cyl. 2.2L, Auto., AC, rear spoiler,moon roof, CD. KBB $6,870.
YOUR PRICE
$
5,995
’02 K 
IA
S
PECTRA
4 dr. hatch back, auto., 1.8L 4 cyl., AC,AM/FM stereo. Great MPG!
 
YOUR PRICE
 
$
3,495
‘05 D
ODGE
C
 ARAVAN
SXT
4 dr., 3.3L V6, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, quadseating, auto., CD, AC.
 
YOUR PRICE
$
8,395
’03 C
HRY
. S
EBRING
LXI
V6, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, AC, PS, CDAM/FM stereo. Must see!
YOUR PRICE
$
5,595
KELLER NORTH COUNTRY MOTORS
Sales • Service • Quick Lube
KELLER 
NORTH COUNTRY MOTORS
NOW LOCATED
 
ON M-82 • HOWARD CITY 
 Visit us on the web at 
 www.kellernorthcountrymotors.com 
D
 ALE
L
ONGCORE
Sales Manager
Mon. & Wed. 8 am - 7 pm;Tues., Thurs. & Fri. 8 am - 6 pm;Sat. 10 am - 2 pm
(231) 937-5173
 
OR 
 
1-877-937-5173
Tax, title, license, DOC, down. Payments on best terms available. WAC. *Call dealer for details.
 A
LL
M
 AJOR
C
REDIT
C
 ARDS
A
CCEPTED
F
ULLY
C
ERTIFIED
M
ECHANIC
O
N
S
TAFF
A
T
A
LL
T
IMES
FREE L
OANER
C
AR
 
W
 /A
PPT
.
’03 C
HEVY
A
VALANCHE
4 dr., 5.3L V8, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, AC,alloy wheels, 4x4, towing.
 
YOUR PRICE
$
11,995
 
Summer AC Special!
$
99
95
Fuel Injection Service
to improve your MPG
$
69
99
 C  O U P  O N
     C     O     U     P     O     N
$
59
95
Don’t Overheat This Summer!
COOLANT FLUSH
$
 19
99
 ALL DA 
 Y EVERY DAY Full Service
OIL CHANGE
Most makes& models
U.S.A. Wild Caught Extra Large
UncookedShrimp
1
 
2
99
U.S.A. Wild Caught 
SeaScallops
9
 
9
 
9
save up to ~5.00 lb.
U.S.A. Wild Caught  Alaskan
SockeyeSalmonFillets
7
99
save up to ~3.00 lb.save up to ~5.00 lb.
lb. lb.lb.
U.S.A. Wild Caught 
 JonahCrabClaws
5
99
save up to ~2.00 lb.
lb.
 JULY 8 & 9 -- 8AM - 8PM
·
193 W. RIVER VALLEY DR., NEWAYGO
 ALSO AT 1663 W. SHERMAN BLVD., MUSKEGON AND 3271 COLBY STREET, WHITEHALL
save up to ~2.00 lb.save up to ~1.67 on 3
Canadian Wild Caught 
Snow CrabLeg
 
Clusters
8
 
99
Sashimi Grade
 Yellow FinTuna Steaks
4 oz.
3
/~5
lb.
save up to ~1.00 on 2save up to ~3.00
Maryland
 
Pub Style
 
CrabCakes
3 oz.
2
/~4
North Atlantic
Lobster Tails
4 oz.
4
99
ea.
North Atlantic
ColossalLobster Tails
19
 
99
ea.
Product of Ecuador 
 
Mahi MahiFillets
5
99
lb.
Product of ThailandExtra Large, Cooked
CocktailShrimp
9
 
99
lb.
save up to ~2.00 lb.
Product of China
Fro
 
gLegs
3
99
lb.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY ,JULY 8TH & 9TH - 8:00AM TO 8:00PM AT OUR NEWAYGO STORE,193 W. RIVER VALLEY RD.
2-DAY SEAFOODROADSHOW 
 
2-DAY SEAFOODROADSHOW 
save up to ~2.00 lb.
Great for Summer Salads!Fully Cooked
Imita
 
tionCrab Meat 
2
99
lb.
save up to ~2.00 lb.
Fresh fromLudington, MI
 Walter’sSmoked Whitefish or Lake Trout 
6
99
lb.
save up to ~3.00 lb.save up to ~2.00 lb.save up to ~10.00
Where?
Grace Community Church
9920 Reed Rd., Howard City
When?
July 11 - 159:00 - 11:40 a.m.
Please arrive at 8:45 Monday for registration
Who?
4 year olds through5th grade graduates
Call:
231-937-6440
for more information and to pre-register
 
MONDAY,JULY4,2011RIVERVALLEYNEWSSHOPPER
 
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
n
Obituaries, Page 4
n
Marriage licenses, Page 5
n
Zellie’s welcomes Free Wheelin’, Page 8
LETTER TO THE EDITOR POLICY
 Letters published in the River Valley Record-En-
terprise do not reect the overall opinion of the paper. Letters to the editor may be written by any member of thecommunity who wishes to express their view of a certainissue. Letters should be in good taste and no longer than 500 words.
DEADLINES
News/Editorial Submissions
. .. . Noon on Tuesday
 Area Happenings and Directories
. .. . Noon on Wednesday
Classifed/Display advertising
. .. . Noon on Thursday
For more inormation, contact the River Valley Ofceat (231) 937-4740
RECORD - ENTERPRISE
The River Valley
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FLAG-COLORING CONTEST
This article is a little late due to the passing
of our Patriotic Ofcer and sister of the Ladies
 Auxiliary. On her behalf her job is now com-
plete. The Ladies Auxiliary held a ag coloring
contest for Community Patriotic Service forgrades Kindergarten thru 3rd grade at Mac-Naughton School. Three winners from each
grade, with rst prize being $15.00, second$10.00 and third $5.00, with the winners be
-ing:
Kindergarten - 1st Katie Bush, 2nd Gloria
Johnson, 3rd Ami Draher
1st Grade - 1st Delani Gould, 2nd HunterGuerreo, 3rd Soa Mulholland2nd Grade - 1st Myles Scott, 2nd AliciaBowen, 3rd Brook Stutzman3rd Grade - 1st Makenna Gould, 2nd OliviaMartinek, 3rd Olivia RodriguezCongratulations to all! Post 3306 Ladies
 Auxiliary 
 Ladies Auxiliary names contest winners
The Montcalm County 4-H Fairwill take place July 3rd throughthe 9th at the New Fair Groundsnorth of Greenville at 8494 Peck Road. However that doesn’t mean
the fair will have changed a lot forprevious fairs.
“It’s kind of like we’re a long
-time community business thathas moved into a store front thatis four times as big as the previ-ous one, “ fair board president PatSchuster said. “We’re still going tohave all of the events we alwayshad, now we can just offer ourcustomers more.” What’s new this year? Severalmore food booths and vendorswill be on the grounds.Farm Equipment displays willrun the gamut from brand new toantique. All of these are things thatcouldn’t happen at the old grounds
because of a lack of space.
Favorite annual events suchas the Demolition Derby and the
Rodeo put on by Brandt Clark will
return. The Demolition Derby,which includes a burn out conteststarted just last year will be Fri-day evening at 7 p.m. in the grandstand area.The rodeo is Saturday evening,July 9th, at 7 p.m. also. Fair go-
ers will want to the Rodeo earlier
however, to hear country singerDeWayne Spaw performs from
6:10 to 6:50 p.m.The week begins with judging
for the still exhibits on Saturday,
July 2nd. The 4Hers will bring intheir cakes, pies, crafts and other
projects to be judged, starting
at 10 a.m. These exhibits will be
housed in a large tent on the fairgrounds this year, as the exhibit building hasn’t been built yet.
4Her of the year will be an
-
nounced at 6 p.m. in the covered
show arena. This announcement will be followed by the annual 4-
H Food Auction. 4Her bring rep
-
licas of the pies and cakes they 
had judged earlier in the day andsell them to the highest bidder.The public is invited to come andparticipate in the food auction. It
is an excellent opportunity to take
home some delicious food and
at the same time help the 4Hers
put money away in their collegefunds.
Sunday evening at 6 p.m.
 brings the annual heavy weighthorse pull. The pull is a favorite
of area senior citizens. There will be no charge for parking on Sun
-
day, making it the perfect day tocome and check out the exhibits
for free.Monday, July 4th starts the
animal judging. 4Hers will contin
-
FREMONT, Mich., June 23,2011 – Friday, June 10, brought
rain and a cancellation of the an-
nual Spectrum Health Gerber Me
-
morial (SHGM) golf outing, yet 15
hardy golfers showed up the nextday for the rescheduled event.Outcomes?
n
Money raised -- $11,500about) for the SHGM Wellness
utreach Fund
n
Winning Team with a score
f 62 – Swartz, Maloney, DeVink 
nd “Ed”
n
Closest to the Pin (Women)– Jan Stone
n
Closest to the Pin (Men)– Justin Boczkaja
n
Longest Drive (Women)– Denise Wiswell
n
Longest Drive (Men) – An
-dre Pierre
n
Straightest Drive – Joe Ma
-loney 
n
Winning Mixed Team
– Flintoff, McHugh, Peacock andSovinski (sponsored by ChoiceOne)
n
Prize Winners:
n
Summer Fun – Rita Flintoff 
n
Canopy – Mike McHugh
n
Swing Analyzer Package– Chris Genther
n
Traverse Resort Package– Jon SovinskiThanks to all donors, tee spon
-sors, team sponsors, golfers and volunteers.
Rain or shine,the golfersshowed up
Get ready for the fair
See
FAIR 
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