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River Valley News Shopper, October 10, 2011

River Valley News Shopper, October 10, 2011

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 www.rivervalleyshopper.com
your life
FURNACE 
We have created a renewable fuel revolution! TheRevolution furnace is designed to burn pellets, corn, wheat or rye.It has a revolutionary, patent-pending burnpot and a dual hopperignition system. There are four individual programs for multi-fueluse and the Revolution can be used for supplemental heat or as astand-alone heater.
We do not recommend the Revolution as a sole source of heat.
Nothing feels warmer and cozier than this multi-fuel furnace whichputs out 60,000 BTU and has a 1,000 CFM blower. The Revolutionvirtually runs itself. It is self-cleaning and self-igniting. Pellets areused for lighting the furnace, it then switches to the chosen fuel inthe main hopper. The Revolution pot self-cleans every two hourswithout the unit ever shutting down.
SMART ENERGYSOLUTIONS
357 S. Maple StreetGrant, MI 49327231-834-5900
2x7590011SEP11
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Keep more cash in your pocketand make an environmentally sound decision. Choose theSt. Croix Revolution Furnacefor your home!
 
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231-834-1408
WE BEAT ALL OFFERS!!!
WE BUY STERLING SILVERWARE
7 E. MAIN ST., GRANT, MI
OPEN MON. - FRI. 9 AM - 5 PM Call For Saturday or After Hour Appointments (Office located between Party Time Pizza & Grant Video) 
Our low overhead means more money for you 
WEST MICHIGAN’S HIGHEST PAYING
GOLD BUYER
 
!!
OUR SET PRICES ARE ABOVE ALL! MALL BUYERS JEWELRY STORES,ROAD SHOWS, TV & PAWN SHOPS 
GOLD AND SILVER PRICES AT NEARRECORD HIGHS! ACT NOW FOR MAXIMUMVALUE! CALL FOR CURRENT RATE.
FIND THE HIGHESTPAYING GOLD BUYER YOU CAN.WE WILL PAY YOU$2 MOREPER GRAM!
LEASE YOUR HOME
from only
$
649
MO.
Security Deposit from
$
399
ALL APPLIANCESWASHER/DRYERSTORAGE SHED INCLUDED.
SUN HOMES AT
VILLAGE TRAILS
518 Hickory Lane in Howard City
CALL TODAY!
888-284-9098
Call for details. Expires 10/31/11.
www.4villagetrails.com
EASE
INSURANCEAGENCY, INC.
www.peaseinsurance.com
(231) 937-4141
Are YourInsurance Bills
 TOO SCARY?
Clean the cobwebs off  your policy and call 
RIP
HighInsuranceBills
Commer
cial • Industrial
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esidential • Agricultur
e
FREE ESTIMATES
Licensed & Insured
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RIVERVALLEYNEWSSHOPPERMONDAY,OCTOBER10,2011
‘00 M
 AZDA
MPV ES
4 dr., V6, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, newfluids, front sway bar links, front pads& rotors, window motor, battery.
 
YOUR PRICE
 
$
4,995
’03 F
ORD
INDSTAR
LX
4 dr., V6, auto., PW, PL, tilt, cruise, only85,000 miles. New sway bar bushings, belt,fuel filter, coolant, trans. flush, oil change.
 
YOUR PRICE
 
$
5,995
‘01 F
ORD
E
SCAPE
4
 X
4
XLS, 5 speed, 4 dr., PW, PL, tilt, cruise,CD, AC, roof rack, alloy wheels.Fresh trade.
 
YOUR PRICE
 
$
3,495
’05 F
ORD
F
REESTAR
SEL
V6, 4 dr., PW, PL, tilt, cruise, rear air, CD,AC, quad seating. New front rotors & pads,fuel filter, oil change, 2 tires, air filter.
YOUR PRICE
 
$
6,995
‘99 N
ISSAN
P
 ATHFINDER
SE, 4 dr., 4x4, 3.3L V6, ABS, AC,PW, PL, tilt, cruise, roof rack,alloy wheels.
YOUR PRICE
$
3,495
’00 H
ONDA
CR-V 
2.0L, In-Line, 4 cyl., PW, PL, tilt,cruise, AWD, 4 dr., lube, oil filter, tuneup, sway bar links & AC charge.
 
YOUR PRICE
 
$
5,995
‘05 D
ODGE
C
 ARAVAN
SXT
4 dr., 3.3L V6, FWD, 92,000 miles, quadseating, PW, PL, tilt, cruise. New lube, oil,filter, front rotors, rear drums, 2X tires, battery.
 
YOUR PRICE
$
 
8,595
’02 F
ORD
E
XPLORER
XLT
4x4, 4.0L, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, 3rd rowseating, CD, AC, PS, fresh trade, moonroof, alloy wheels, towing pkg., rear air.
YOUR PRICE
$
7,495
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
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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.
F
ULLY
C
ERTIFIED
M
ECHANIC
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TAFF
A
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IMES
FREE L
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PPT
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’05 D
ODGE
C
 ARAVAN
SXT
4 dr., 3.3L V6, FWD, 93,000 miles, quadseating, PW, PL ,tilt, cruise, CD. New lube,oil, filter & brake inspection.
 
YOUR PRICE
$
7,995
 
 A
LL
M
 AJOR
C
REDIT
C
 ARDS
A
CCEPTED
$
64
95
Don’t let winter give you the blues.
Get a
COOLANT FLUSH
$
49
95
*
 WINTER PREP
Full service lube, oil,filter, 1 air filter,2 wiper blades,1 battery inspection.
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UncookedShrimp
9
 
99
U.S.A. Wild Caught 
SeaScallops
9
 
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9
save up to ~5.00 lb.
ChileanFarm-Raised
Fresh
 AtlanticSalmonFillets
6
99
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lb.
 
lb.lb.
U.S.A. Wild Caught 
 JonahCrabClaws
8
 
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lb.
OCTOBER 14
&
15 - 8AM
TO
8PM
·
193 W. RIVER VALLEY DR., NEWAYGO
·
ALSO AT 1663 W. SHERMAN BLVD., MUSK.
save up to ~3.00 lb.save up to ~10.00 each
Product of China Wild Caught 
PacificCodLoins
5
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Colossal North Atlantic
Lobster Tails
19
 
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lb.
save up to ~1.00 on 2save up to ~1.00 on 2
Sashimi Grade
 Yellow FinTuna Steaks
4 oz.
2
/~4
Maryland Pub Style
Crab Cakes
3 oz.
2
/~5
ea.
North AtlanticLobster Tails
4 oz.
5
99
ea.
 Wild Caught Canadian
 White PerchFillets
4
99
lb.
Product of ThailandExtra Large, Cooked
CocktailShrimp
9
 
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lb.
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Product of China
Fro
 
gLegs
3
99
lb.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY ,OCTOBER 14 & 15, 8
 
 AM TO 8PM AT PLUMB’S NEWAYGO STORE
 
,193 W. RIVER VALLEY RD.
2-DAY SEAFOODROADSHOW 
 
2-DAY SEAFOODROADSHOW 
save up to ~2.00 lb.save up to ~1.98 on 2
save up to ~3.00 lb.save up to ~3.00 lb.save up to ~2.00 ea.
 Wild Caught 
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9
99
lb.
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Meals in Minutes
Crab FlorentineSalmon Pinwheels
6 oz.
2
/~7
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Meals in Minutes
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d or Tilapia Fillets
5 oz.
2
/~5
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 Walter’s Smoked Whitefish or Trout 
6
 
99
save up to ~2.00 lb.
lb.
 Wild Caught 
King CrabLegs
17
99
 Wild AlaskanOriginal or Sweet Italian
SalmonBurgers
7.5 oz.
2
/~5
ea.lb.
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Touring * Power Sliders/Liftgate
$16,495
2008 Chevy Malibu
LS * 2.2L * 4 Cyl
$11,795
2008 Chrysler Town & Country
Swivel N Go * Dual DVDs
$13,995
www.231yescars.com
19449 M46 Highway • Howard City • 1 Mile East of US131 off Exit 120
1-888-337-3642
2008 Pontiac Grand Prix GT2
3.8L * V6 * Leather
$12,795
2009 Dodge Journey
SXT * AWD * 3rd Row Seating
$14,995
2004 Pontiac Grand AM
4 Cyl * Automatic * SE
$6,795
2008 Chevy Silverado Crew Cab
5.3L * 4x4 *LT Pkg.
$17,995
2008 Chevy HHR LS
2.2 Ecotech * Stripe Pkg
$8,495
2005 Cadillac CTS
3.6L * Power Moonroof
$13,995
1999 Jeep Cherokee
4.0L * 4WD * Sport
$6,995
2010 Subaru Outback
2.5L * AWD * Premium
$19,995
2008 Isuzu Ascender
4.2L * 4WD * Towing
$13,995
1999 Chr
ysler LHS
3.5L V6 * Leather * Loaded
$4,995
2010 Subaru Forrester
2.5L * AWD * Alloys
$18,495
 
MONDAY,OCTOBER10,2011RIVERVALLEYNEWSSHOPPER
 
3
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
n
Obituaries, Page 4
n
New Arrival, Page 5
n
Weddingannouncements, Page 8
LETTER TO THE EDITOR POLICY
 Letters published in the River Valley Record-Enterprise
do not reect the overall opinion of the paper. A letter to theeditor may be written once per month by any member of the community who wishes to express their view of a certainissue. Letters should be in good taste, be no longer than 500words, include the signature and home town of the writer.
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
S
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P
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M
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, M
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, n
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 and
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 When Terri Fullerton sought a ca-reer in health care, her decision wasfueled mostly out of an essential de-sire to help people. A voracious prob-lem solver by nature, Terri knew this
attribute would be of great benetin the healthcare eld. The ability to
support, comfortand facilitate re-lief of some of themost challenginghealth problems
lead her to elds
such criticalcare, urgent care,emergency care,cardiac care andnow oncology.Terri’s career in health care start-
ed as a registered nurse. The rst
 years were spent working in criti-cal care, urgent care and emergency nursing. Mid career, she took onone of the most challenging roles asa supervisor of the hospital on week-ends when no other administratorsor supervisors were present. Shefound that this challenge left her very skilled, but Terri missed direct pa-tient relationships. Additionally, Terri felt the needto expand her role as a nurse. Thisled her to work toward the advanceddegrees necessary to become a NursePractitioner. As a nurse practitioner,Terri feels she has a greater impacton her patients’ health as she has the
Spectrum HealthUnited HospitalCancer Center  welcomes TerriFullerton
FULLERTON
See
FULLERTON
page 5
Gunnell receives first Arthur Wunsch Advocacy Award
Robert Gunnell, M.D., of White Cloud was re-
cently awarded the rst Arthur Wunsch consumer
advocacy award by the Newaygo County MentalHealth Board of Directors. He was nominated forhis years of service to Newaygo County MentalHealth and to persons who have mental illness and/or developmental disabilities.He was surprised and appeared overwhelmed by the award.“It has been an honor and privilege to work with
the ne people of this agency for many years. It has
inspired my dedication to medical practice to work with and for persons who believe in the importanceof treating the body and the mind together. I hope towork with you for many years to come,” he stated.Dr. Gunnell has worked with NCMH providingpsychiatric medications and coordinating treat-ment with a variety of mental health clinicians for30 years, plus. He was lauded by members of the
board who have years of rst-hand knowledge of his
skill and dedication. NCMH is looking forward tomany years to come working in collaboration withDr. Gunnell in mental health services and new en-deavors and opportunities to serve the community in the future.“Dr. Gunnell started working part-time atNCMH in the late 70s when the center was with-out a psychiatrist. Even though several psychiatristshave come and gone, Dr. Gunnell’s valuable serviceshave been retained all this time,” says Greg Snyder,Executive Director of NCMH.The integration of physical and mental health isa high priority throughout the United States. NCMHis clearly a leader in this area. With the expansionplanned at the facility, medical services will soon beavailable for those who utilize our services but donot have a primary care physician.For more information about NCMH, call (231)689-7330, (800) 968-7330, or go to www.neway-gocmh.org.
PRESENTATION:
Dr. Gunnell and Mike Hamm, Chair of Newaygo County Mental Health Board of Directors
HARVEST FESTIVAL
The 9th annual Harvest Festival ac-tivities were a huge success. The morningstarted for Queen Kailey Grospin, FirstRunner Up Angela Gray, Second RunnerUp Kaitlyn Geers and Princess Autumn Mc-Coy with the Queen’s Tea at MacNaughtonElementary. There were 16 visiting royalty members from Sand Lake, Cedar Springs,
Trufant, and Greenville who enjoyed nger
foods, cake and good conversation withour queen and court. The grand paradestarted at 1:00pm and the girls had a greattime waving to community members and visitors who were enjoying the day’s activi-ties. They also rode in the Parade of Lights
later that evening when re trucks from
Howard City and nearby towns circled the
 village twice, once with ashing lights andthe second time with ashing lights and
horns.The day before the festival, Queen Kai-ley and the Grand Marshalls judged thearea businesses’ scarecrow contest. Dairy Bear had the winning entry with their Wiz-ard of Oz entry.
The girls’ rst parade was at the Green
- ville Danish Festival. On Labor Day week-end, they attended the Queen’s Tea in Tru-fant and participated in the Jubilee parade.They plan to take part in the Red FlannelDay parade on Saturday, October 2 at 3pmin Cedar Springs. They will also attend thetea hosted by the Red Flannel Queen andher court. Spend the day in Cedar Springsand make sure you wave to the HarvestFestival Queen and court!
A ROYAL GATHERING

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