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Weekly Choice - September 01, 2011

Weekly Choice - September 01, 2011

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Published by Baragrey Dave
Choice Publications, Inc.
112 East Sixth Street, PO Box 382, Gaylord, MI
49734-0382
Phone: (989) 732-8160
Fax: (888) 854-7441

Published Weekly on Thursday. Afton, Alanson, Alba, Atlanta, Black Lake, Bliss, Brutus, Burt Lake, Carp
Lake, Cheboygan, Comins, Conway, Cross Village, Elmira, Fairview, Frederic, Gaylord, Good Hart, Grayling, Harbor Point, Indian River, Johannesburg, Lakes of the North, Levering, Lewiston, Lovells, Luzerne, Mackinaw City, Mancelona, Mio, Oden, Onaway, Pellston, Petoskey, Topinabee, Tower, Vanderbilt, Vienna Corners, Waters, Wolverine
Deadline Monday Noon.
Choice Publications, Inc.
112 East Sixth Street, PO Box 382, Gaylord, MI
49734-0382
Phone: (989) 732-8160
Fax: (888) 854-7441

Published Weekly on Thursday. Afton, Alanson, Alba, Atlanta, Black Lake, Bliss, Brutus, Burt Lake, Carp
Lake, Cheboygan, Comins, Conway, Cross Village, Elmira, Fairview, Frederic, Gaylord, Good Hart, Grayling, Harbor Point, Indian River, Johannesburg, Lakes of the North, Levering, Lewiston, Lovells, Luzerne, Mackinaw City, Mancelona, Mio, Oden, Onaway, Pellston, Petoskey, Topinabee, Tower, Vanderbilt, Vienna Corners, Waters, Wolverine
Deadline Monday Noon.

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112 E. Sixth St., PO Box 382, Gaylord, MI 49734 • www.WeeklyChoice.com • (989) 732-8160
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It’s back to schooltime once again, andthat means it’s also timefor the start of the Big Brothers BigSisters of North Central Michigan’sLunch Buddy program for the com-ing school year.
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For over 50 years, theRedwood Steak Housein Lewiston has offereda unique, steak house(and seafood) experienceright here in northern LowerMichigan.
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This Saturday, September 3rd,marks the 19th year Lakes of the Northhas held their annual Auto and Air Fairevent at the 4Y4 airport near the southend of this fabulous resort-style com-munity that located southwest of Gaylord. The event has evolved great-ly over the years, and while attendeescan still see some terrific planes closeup, there is so many more activitiesand tons of excitement packed intothe day long event, including airplanerides, a petting zoo, silent auction anda kids craft area.The day begins with an all-u-can-eat breakfast at the beautiful Settings
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By Jim Akans
Don’t miss the opportunity to make a mostpleasurable passage across the MackinacBridge this coming Labor Day morning. The Annual Mackinac Bridge Labor Day Walk, leadby Governor Rick Snyder, begins at 7 am and walkers will be allowed to depart from the St,Ignace side of the bridge up until 11 am.This is the 54th year for the Labor Day Bridge Walk, following a tradition that beganin 1958. Thousands will gather on the lawn othe Mackinac Bridge Authority, many showing up well before sunrise, waiting for the 7 amstart time to arrive. The stroll is some 26,372feet (about five miles) across the bridge toMackinaw City, which takes about two hoursat a leisurely pace, and the second half of thetrek is all downhill. Keep in mind that baby strollers and wheelchairs are allowed, but wagons, skateboards, bicycles, pets, smoking,signs and banners are not. Remember; there
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This Sunday,September 4th, the nor-mally peaceful village of  Waters will be trans-formed into a roaring festival of fun as theannual Thunder Over Waters event comes totown. It is a day filled with an exciting array of activities, food, crafts, aparade and a fireworksfinale, providing adven-ture and amusement forpeople of all ages.The day begins with a5K Run/Walk at 8:30 am, beginning from the Township Park on MemorialDrive. For those who prefer theirmorning calisthenics a little lessstrenuous, there will be a Pancakeand Sausage Breakfast served up atthe Keg Bar & Grille from 8:30 amuntil 11 am. After a delicious start to the day,stroll over to the Arts & Crafts show  which will run from 10 am until 4 pmacross from the Township Hall.There will also be a VeteransMemorial Dedication at the OtsegoLake Township Cemetery off OldState Road starting at 11:30 am. At 1 pm, get ready for the annualThunder Over Waters festival parade, which begins on Marlette Road near Waters RV Center. The Honor Guardfrom Camp Grayling will lead theparade, and this year’s Parade
 
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By Jim AkansFor over 50 years, the Redwood Steak House in Lewiston has offered a unique, steak house (and seafood) experience right here innorthern Lower Michigan. From the tantaliz-ing, melt in your mouth flavors of handcarved Porterhouse, New York Strip andTenderloin steaks and Roast Prime Rib of Beef, to the delicious delicacy of Lobster Tails,King Crab Legs, Jumbo Shrimp that aresteamed or hand dipped and deep fried, andtender, flakey Ocean Perch, Fresh Whitefishor Icelandic Cod, the menu at the RedwoodSteak House is a virtual roster of delight fornorthern Michigan residents and visitors tobehold.Redwood Steak House opened their doorsback in April of 1958, and other than twoshort breaks, one the result of a fire and thesecond during a change of ownership, thisextremely popular dining destination hasbeen providing a tradition of excellence indining and service ever since. The original 48-seat restaurant was built by Bill and EldaButski, and purchased by brothers Curt andTommee Render in 1967, who expanded thefacility to a seating capacity in the dining room to 130, and added a bar area. In 1980,Rob Chapman, who had been working for theRenders since 1969, purchased the RedwoodSteak House and expanded the dining areaeven further to achieve a seating capacity of 150.Today, the Redwood Steak House offers notonly a first class dining experience; they alsofeature live entertainment or Karaoke onFriday and Saturday evenings. Regular per-formers include local musical favoritesSneaky Peat (who will appear on August 12thand 13th and on Labor Day Weekend), andKey West Comedy Magician, Frank Everhart, will perform on Thursday, Sept 1st.“Michigan Man” Mike Ridley also performs atthe Redwood Steak House on a regular basis.Redwood Steak House features daily dining specials that have generated a wave of excite-ment among area diners. Those included afamous all-u-can-eat Fish Fry on Tuesdaysand Fridays, Steamed or Hand Dipped JumboShrimp on Wednesdays, RoastPrime Rib of Beef AuJus on Thursdays andSaturdays, aComplete ChickenDinner on Sundays, and Monday’s arereserved as “Chef’s Choice,” with a unique,and delicious selection each week.“Something we have just added is ourChef’s Pasta Corner, which includes our freshsalad bar, on Wednesday’s,” states RobChapman. “Guests select their choice of pasta dish, and then watch as our Chef DinoCassisi prepares it.” Another favorite specialty item at theRedwood Steak House is “The Steak Tray.”Servers bring a tray of sumptuousPorterhouse, New York Strip or Tenderloinsteaks for guest to select from, or they canhave a steak cut to order.For over half a century, the staff at theRedwood Steak House has been dedicated tothe highest of standards. Freshness is alwaysa top priority, and they prepare their owndressings, soups and sauces from scratch,and even bake their own bread, corn muffins,biscuits and more on a daily basis for theirguests.“I encourage people to take a beautifuldrive to Lewiston and visit us,” states RobChapman. “At the Redwood Steak House,they can select their own steak, or perhapsenjoy some great seafood, and know that ourentire staff is committed to making their din-ing experience a truly enjoyable and memo-rable one.”The Redwood Steak House is located at thecorner of County Roads 489 and 612 inLewiston. For reservations and additionalinformation, call (989) 786-4600 or visit www.theredwoodsteakhouse.com.
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A tradition of excellence in dining and service atthe Redwood Steak House in Lewiston
For over 50 years, the Redwood Steak House in Lewiston has offered a unique,steak house (and seafood) experience right here in northern Lower Michigan.
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The Otsego County United Way has kicked-off their 2011-2012 fundraising campaign, and the non-profit organization launched their drive with agrand celebration on August 17th at the AlpineTavern & Eatery. The event was held in conjunction with the first Gaylord Area Chamber of CommerceBusiness After Hours event of the new season, andscores of United Way supporters stopped by to takepart in the festivities.This years campaign Chairman is Arnie Morse, alongtime Gaylord area resident who many will recall was previously the Executive Director for the OtsegoCounty Commission on Aging. Morse and OtsegoCounty United Way Executive Director, LorraineManary, spoke at the event, relaying their passionfor United Way’s ongoing mission of supporting amultitude of local agencies and programs serving the needs of those in the community.The 2011-2012 campaign is expected to continuethrough December. Those who would like to con-tribute, arrange for a United Way presentation intheir workplace, or find out more about how theOtsego United Way assists local agencies in helping to provide the life building blocks for education,income and health, and assistance for those in needduring these turbulent times, please contactLorraine Manary at (989) 732-8929 or visit www.otsegounitedway.org.The Northern Michigan Employer ForumCommittee invites you to its annual business work-shop: “Encouraging Entrepreneurship ~ Solutionsfor Success,” on Thursday, September 22nd, from11:30 AM – 4:30 PM at Treetops Resort in Gaylord.The $20 registration fee includes a catered lunch,refreshments and three informative sessions gearedtoward business owners, personnel/departmentmanagers and sales/marketing representatives,alike! We invite people who are thinking about start-ing a business as well as those who are currently inbusiness and want to retain and/or grow their cus-tomer base.Lunch begins at noon and is followed at 12:30 by a brief introduction of the services provided by theMichigan Small Business & Technology Development Center (MSBTDC). We will then moveon to the Northern Michigan Small BusinessSuccess Panel Discussion moderated by the MSBT-DC. The businesses spotlighted will be: ShortsBrewing Company of Bellaire, Mary’s of Boyne/Mary’s EJ Shoppe (of Boyne City and EastJordan), Springs Window Fashions of Grayling,Funky Fish and Friends of Gaylord and Biker Garageof Oscoda. The 2 o’clock session looks into TalentManagement with “Its 2015 – Do you Know Where Your Workforce Is?” The 3 o’clock session offersguidance on “Destination Marketing.At 4 o’clock, we will close the event with door prizes.Businesses and organizations will benefit greatly from the information and networking offered by thislow-cost event! The deadline to register is Friday,September 16. For details on the speakers, agendaand more, log on to www.employerforum.org, con-tact your Michigan WORKS! Business Liaison, Kathy Bradley at 989-732-3886 x4222, emailbradleyk@nemcworks.org or contact Jody at 989-731-0287 / jody@gaylord-otsego.com.The workshop is a sponsored event, which helpsto keep the registration fee affordable. The EmployerForum committee acknowledges the RegionalEntrepreneurial Collaborative Grant, Michigan WORKS!, (both Northeast and Northwest), Workforce Development Agency Veterans Division,North Central Michigan College — Institute forBusiness & Industry Training, Northeast MichiganConsortium, Michigan Rehabilitation Services andthe Otsego County Economic Alliance.September 2011 will mark the fifth observance of Infant SafeSleep Month for Michigan. Governor Rick Snyder has declaredSeptember as Infant Safe Sleep Month to help stem the growing tide of deaths caused by babies being put to sleep in unsafeenvironments. Wed like to remind professionals and institu-tions caring for women, infants, children, and families of theimportant facts on Infant Safe Sleep:In 2009, 63 Michigan babies, or more than one child every  week, died of accidental suffocation or strangulation in bed.Four out of 5 deaths due to suffocation occur in an adult bed, waterbed, couch, or recliner. For nearly 75 percent of deathsdue to suffocation, the baby  was found sleeping withanother adult or child .Soft/heavy bedding wasfound to be a factor in 50% of the sleep related deaths andan additional 45 infant deaths were classified as SIDS in2009. You can help make a differ-ence! Urge your families tofollow the American Academy of Pediatrics Guidelines:- Infants should be placedto sleep on their BACKS forevery sleep- Use a firm sleep surface,firm mattress covered only  with a fitted sheet- Keep soft objects and loose bedding out of the crib (no pil-lows, quilts, comforters, stuffed toys, or other soft objects)- Do not smoke when you are pregnant, do not smoke or letothers smoke around baby - Do not share a bed with your baby. A safe crib in the par-ents room, next to the adult bed is recommended- Avoid overheating baby - Encourage “Tummy Time” when baby is awake- Make sure everyone caring for your baby knows theseguidelinesFor additional information, visit
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Otsego County United Way kicks-off2011-2012 fundraising campaign
Northern Michigan Employer Committeeoffers “Encouraging Entrepreneurship –Solutions for Success” workshop
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The Otsego County United Way has kicked-off their 2011-2012 fundraising campaign, andthe non-profit organization launched their drive with a grand celebration on August 17th atthe Alpine Tavern & Eatery. Photo courtesy of the Otsego County United Way.
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