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Newaygo Girl Scout Troop 20437 visited the Emergency Room at Ger- ber Memorial Hospital on the eveningof Monday, April 2nd for a tour and
learning about rst aid and safety.
The girls would like to thank NurseJames for taking time out of her busy
schedule to show them around. They had a great time.
Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore toShore serves more than 17,000 girls,ages 5 - 17, in 30 counties in north-
ern and western Michigan. With the
support of more than 4,500 commit-
ted volunteers and 45 qualied staff
members, girls develop qualities that will serve them all their lives, such asleadership, strong values, social con-science, and conviction about their
own potential and self-worth.
The Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore
to Shore Council is a United Way agency. For more information about
Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore to ShoreCouncil, please call (231) 744-4774,
email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.gsmists.org.
Girl Scouts visiting the emergency room at Gerber Memorial Hospital include (back row, left to right) Randi Osborn, EmmaBriggs, Leslie Swieter, Savannah Hill, (front row, left to right) Grace Hunt,Olivia Tanis, Samantha Swieter.
Learning about frst aid
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Way back when
PFC Bernard Behrenwald of Lakeview took third place honorsin a Jeep driving event at CampCarson, CO.Two Lakeview Boy Scouts,Robert Turner and Lowell Lindy,were given Eagle Scout awardsat the District Council Meeting inGreenville.
The Joseph Lobkers of Coral are celebrating their 60thanniversary with a family dinner athome.Miss Janet Paepke of HowardCity has been elected Vice Presidentof the Hillsdale College of theStudent Education Association.
The Maurice Petersens of Trufant are celebrating their 25thanniversary with an open house atthe Lakeview VFW Hall.Airman Arden Youmans of Morley is back in his home areato assist with a new program toaid recruiters to enlist more youngpeople in the military.
Lakeview area history willsoon be published in a picture bookby Lakeview Enterprise editor JohnBatdorff with photos and articlesbeing sought from local residents.Fifth graders from BlanchardElementary School participated onthe American Woodman OrationContest recently with many of thestudents placing in the ﬁnals andreceiving trophies.
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