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River Valley News Shopper, December 19, 2011

River Valley News Shopper, December 19, 2011

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RIVERVALLEYNEWSSHOPPERMONDAY,December19,2011
2-DAY SEAFOODROADSHOW 
U.S.A. Wild Caught Extra Large
UncookedShrimp
16 - 20 ct. per lb.
9
 
99
U.S.A. Wild Caught 
 Jumbo
S
 
eaScallops
11
99
save up to ~5.00 lb.
 Wild Caught Canadian
Snow CrabLeg
 
Clusters
9
 
99
save up to ~6.00 lb.save up to ~2.00 lb.
lb.lb.lb.
North AtlanticLobster Tails
 
4 oz.
5
99
save up to ~2.00
ea.
Farm-Raised
 AtlanticSalmonFillets
7
99
lb.
 Wild Caught 
King
CrabLegs
1
 
4
99
lb.
Product of ThailandExtra Large, Cooked
CocktailShrimp
16 - 20 ct. per lb.
9
99
lb.
save up to ~3.00 lb.save up to ~5.00 lb.save up to ~3.00 lb.
ColossalNorth Atlantic
Lobster Tails
19
99
ea.
save up to ~10.00
Product of China
FrogLegs
3
99
lb.
U.S.A. Wild Caught 
 
 JonahCrab Claws
8
99
lb.
We Will Close Christmas Eve at 6:00 PM.All Stores Will Be Closed Christmas Day.
Wishing You a Merry Christmas!
2-DAY SEAFOODROADSHOW 
THURSDAY & FRIDAY ONLY ,DECEMBER 22 & 23, 8AM - 8PM AT PLUMB’S NEWAYGO STORE
 
,193 W. RIVER VALLEY RD.
DECEMBER 22 & 23
·
8AM
TO
8PM
·
193 W. RIVER VALLEY DR., NEWAYGO
·
ALSO AT 1663 W SHERMAN BLVD, MUSKEGON
save up to ~2.00 lb.save up to ~2.00 lb.
Maryland
Pub StyleCrab Cakes
3 oz.
2
/~5
save up to ~1.00 on 2save up to ~2.00 lb.
Fresh fromLudington, MI
 
 Walter’s Smoked
Great Lakes
7
99
lb.
save up to ~3.00 lb.
Fresh fromLudington, MI
 
 Walter’s Smoked
Lake HuronKing Salmon
8
99
lb.
‘98 C
HEVY
L
UMINA
V6, FWD ,PW, PL, tilt, ABC, cruise,4 dr. Very, very clean. Must see!Won’t last.
 
YOUR PRICE
 
$
1,999
’04 GMC E
NVOY
SLE
4 dr., 4.2L 6 cyl., auto., 4WD, ABS, AC, Rear AC,PW, PL, cruise, PS, tilt, CD player, dual air bags,tow pkg., alloys. New radiator & sway bar links.
 
YOUR PRICE
 
$
7,995
‘01 D
ODGE
R
 AM
1500
V8, auto., AC, PW, PL, PS, cruise, tilt, CDplayer, dual air bags, bed liner, steel wheels,new tires & battery, 4x4. Ready for winter.
 
YOUR PRICE
 
$
5,995
’03 P
ONT
. G
RAND
P
RIX
GT, 4 dr., 3.8L V6, auto., front wheel drive, AC, PW,PL ,cruise, PS, tilt, AM/FM stereo, CD player, dual airbags, pwr. seat, leather, moonroof, rear spoiler, alloys.
YOUR PRICE
 
$
5,995
‘03 C
HEVY
T
RAILBLAZER
LT, ext., 4.2L 6 cyl., auto, 4WD, ABS, AC, PW, PL, cruise,PS, tilt, CD, dual air bags, pwr. seat, privacy glass, roof rack, alloys, tow pkg. New brakes & fluids. KBB $9,455.
YOUR PRICE
$
5,995
’02 F
ORD
T
 AURUS
SE
4 dr., 3.0L V6, auto., front wheel drive, AC, PW, PL,cruise, PS, tilt, AM/FM stereo, CD player, dual airbags, power seat, alloys. Great MPG. Fresh trade.
YOUR PRICE
 
$
3,995
‘01 C
HEVY
S
ILVERADO
1500 Ext. cab, short ed, 5.3L V8, auto., 4WD, LS,ABS, AC, PW, pl, cruise, PS, tilt, AM/FM stereo, CD,dual air bags, towing, steel wheels, tonneau cover.
 
YOUR PRICE
$
8,995
’00 H
ONDA
CR-V 
2.0L 4 cyl., 4 dr., PW, PL, tilt, AC, cruise, AWD.Ready for winter. Fresh tune up, new lube, oil,filter, AC charge, new window motor & brakes.
YOUR PRICE
$
4,995
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.
F
ULLY
C
ERTIFIED
M
ECHANIC
O
N
S
TAFF
A
T
A
LL
T
IMES
FREE L
OANER
C
AR
 
W
 /A
PPT
.
’04 F
ORD
F150 4
X
4
Short box, V8m PW, PL, tilt, cruise, AC,running board, alloys, tow pkg., new fluids,tune up. Must drive. Ready for work.
 
YOUR PRICE
$
10,995
O
UT
 
FOR
 
 A
B
 ATH
 
 A
LL
M
 AJOR
C
REDIT
C
 ARDS
A
CCEPTED
Full Service GIFT CERTIFICA 
TES AV 
 AILABLE FOR LUBE, OIL, FILTER
COMPLETE 4x4
FLUID SERVICE
T-Case & Fr
ont & Rear
Differential
$
 114
95
$
25
00
OUT THE DOOR
Serving the Howard City Area
110 Elm St.Big Rapids, MI
 Mark Stevens
231-629-1208
 Ken Ward 
231-225-2831
Nice Ranch close to Croton Pond
Recent updates include wood oors,
carpet, stainless steel appliancesPrivate Acre lot
3 bedroom 2 bath
$81,900
MLS 11045568
4 bedroom 2 bath home
4 wooded acres
Hardwood oors
Nice storage barn
$94,900
MLS 11063148
Coral Power Shop 
Small Engine Specialists 
15990 Grant St. • Coral •
231-354-6431 
Small Engine Specialists 
Hardware • Supplies 
Authorized Parts & Service
Dolmar Chainsaws
Oregon Bars, Chains, Sprocketsfor most brands in stock!
LP Filling & W
elding Gases • Air Gas • Linde • GTW
All Brands Small Engine RepairChainsa
w Sharpening • Blades & Belts
 
MONDAY, December 19, 2011 • RIVER VALLEY NEWS SHOPPER
3
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
n
Big Buck contest, Page 4
n
Christmas Tree lightingceremony, Page 5
n
Flu shot safety, Page 7
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
erving
P
ortionS
 
of
M
ontcalM
, M
ecoSta 
, n
ewaygo
 
 and
ent
c
ountieS
 A group of young people in a local de-ominational church were hungry for thehings of God. Our spiritual needs were noteing met. We cried unto the Lord to bringomeone in to help us, someone who woulde more interested in service than in mon- y.Meanwhile, Mr. Frank Allen, who livedear here had become a widower, and hadotten in touch with his sister, Harriet Ea-The Bureau of Fire Servicestoday urges consumers to thor-oughly water their Christmastree daily and practice impor-tant safety measures to avoid
re risk and reduce the chance
of a tragedy during this joyousand festive holiday season.“A dry tree is extremely 
ammable compared to a well-
 watered tree,” said Acting StateFire Marshal Karen Towne.“When a Christmas tree catches
re, you have only seconds toescape a potentially deadly re
--- don’t risk the loss of family,friends or your home.”Each year, an average of 240
home res start with Christmas
trees causing 13 deaths, 27 in- juries and more than $16.7 mil-lion in direct property damage,according to the National FireProtection Association. On av-erage, one of every 18 reported
home Christmas tree res re
-sulted in a death compared toan average of one death per 141
total reported home res.
“Statistics show that Christ-
mas tree res are much more
likely to cause death than av-
erage home res,” said Towne.“The risk of re is higher withnatural trees than articial ones.
 And, shorts in electrical lights
or open ames from candles,
lighters or matches are the most
common causes of tree res.”
Safety tips for selecting, set-ting up, and lighting your holi-day tree:
n
If you have an articial
tree, be sure it is labeled or cer-
tied by the manufacturer asre retardant. This indicates the
Lions Club to sponsor hearing screening clinic
The Howard City Lions Club, withinDistrict #11-E-1, in cooperation with theWilliam and Leni Carls Speech and Hear-ing Clinic of Munson Medical Center,will sponsor a mobile hearing screeningclinic in Howard City during Winterfest.The Clinic will be on Saturday, January 21 at the Howard City Fire Station from10:00am-3:00pm. Munson and the LionsClubs have cooperated in the purchase,
stafng and equipping of the van in orderto meet the unfullled need of residents inoutlying area for adequate, skilled hearing
assessment. Each Lions Club, within the53 community northwestern Michigandistrict, will host one or more hearing-screening clinics.The Clinic will have two goals. The
rst goal will be to identify the children
 who have hearing loss. Past Director, EdSmith of the William and Leni Carls Hear-ing Clinic states, “Present statistics reveal
that one out of every ve children in our
area, between the ages of birth and seven years, have hearing impairments. Many 
have not yet been identied. Many otherchildren have been identied to have
hearing impairment, but much too late af-ter the onset of the loss. We want to detectthe loss as early as possible so that correc-tions can be made and the child’s educa-tion is not affected.”There is a second goal of the mobilehearing clinic to identify senior citizens with hearing losses. The clinic will offerprofessional assistance to senior citizensas to whether a person is in need of ampli-
cation (hearing aid) or whether the pres
-ent aid the person is wearing is function-ing properly or in need of replacement.The clinic will offer 15-minute ap-pointments to anyone interested. To makean appointment, please call Howard City Lion Rich at 231.937.4141.
Consumersreminded to water TheirChristmastree daily
SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY
Church of theFull Gospelcelebrates65 years
See
CHURCH
page 8See
SAFETY 
page 4

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