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SPORTS@CHARLEVOIXCOUNTYNEWS.COM
The Lady Loggers captured their first-ever Northern Lakes Confer-
ence cross country title. Boyne Falls won all four jamboree events
this season.
BOYNE FALLS
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
The senior running back tallied just over 230
all-purpose yards in the Rayders victory over
East Jordan. Catt finished with 148 yards on
the ground, 16 yards via the air, and added a
70-yard punt return for a touchdown.
TANNER CATT,
CHARLEVOIX
By chris Fiel
charlevoix 35,
East Jordan 14
CHARLEVOIX — The
Charlevoix Rayders picked up
their first win of the season
against Lake Michigan Confer-
ence rival East Jordan at Kipke
Field on October 19 in both
school season finale.
Rayder senior Tanner Catt fin-
ished with 234 all-purpose yards
in front of the home crowd to
help Charlevoix improve to 1-8
overall, 1-5 conference.
Catt piled up 148 yards on the
ground on 10 carries, caught two
passes for 16 yards and added a 70
yard punt return for a touchdown
to lead the Rayders.
Charlie Hamilton gained 39
yards on six carries, Shane
Sutherland added 29 yards on 10
rushes and a TD, and Bryan
Noirot carried six times for 34
yards and a score.
The Rayders quarterback duo
of Nate Moon and Luke Klinger
combined to go 6-of-9 passing for
102 yards, with Klinger hooking
up with Devin Drain for an 81-
yard scoring strike.
Alex Brown continued his fine
season with a game-high 15 tack-
les, while teammates Greyson
Spegele and Corbin Turkleson
added 14 and six respectively.
Logan Eckhardt also added an in-
terception for the Rayders.
The Red Devils concluded the
season 0-9 overall, 0-6 conference.
Ben Walton galloped for 102
yards rushing on 15 carries and
Noah Bacchus sprinted for 78
yards on 14 attempts.
East Jordan QB Dustin Hejka
finished 4-of-7 passing for 45
yards and two touchdowns, Bac-
chus had all the receptions for
the Red Devils.
On the defensive side of the
ball, Walton paced the team with
nine stops, while Bacchus fin-
ished with eight and Jay Graham
six. Bailey Sargent and Wyatt
Crick chipped in with five stops
each.
Rayders earn first victory over
rival Red Devils
Catt finishes with over 200
all-purpose yards in win
charlevoix's charlie Hamilton (3) looks this pass in as East Jordan's Jay Graham (1) closes in. Hoto By Scott RicHaRDS)
East Jordan's Noah Bacchus (11) gets a block
from Dustin Hejka (18) for some positive
yardage. (PHoto By Scott RicHaRDS)
Page 2B • Charlevoix County News October 25, 2012
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Sports
East Jordan Red Devils
Dig Pink Event
East Jordan High School's Vol-
leyball teams will be hosting a Dig
Pink event on Thursday, October
25th. Each player will be playing
in honor of someone who has or
had cancer. There will be a bake
sale and ribbon sales. All of the
proceeds will be donated to East
Jordan community members who
have cancer through gas cards
(for travel expenses to and from
treatments). Please come help
support those the volleyball teams
and those who have been affected
by this disease.
Any questions please contact
Sierra Roberts at
sroberts@ejps.org or 231.675.4333.
at Glen Lake Invitational
GLEN LAKE – The East Jordan
Lady Red Devils finished runner-
up to Leroy Pine River in the Glen
Lake Invitational Volleyball Tour-
nament on October 20.
The Red Devils went undefeated
in pool play, with victories over
Glen Lake, Kalkaska and Manis-
tee, before they advanced to the
championship bracket where they
fell to Pine River, 20-25, 21-25.
“We are still very proud to
bring home a second place tro-
phy,” East Jordan coach Anne
Crick said.
Leading the East Jordan team
was co-MVP's, Katie Spence and
Angela Watkins. Spence finished
with 39 kills, 32 digs, six blocks
and 11 aces, and Watkins chipped
in with 19 kills, 27 digs, 18 blocks
and 10 aces.
Also for the Red Devils, Valerie
Peters had 29 kills, 38 digs, four
blocks and four aces, while
McKenna Steltzner added 32 digs.
vs Kalkaska
EAST JORDAN – The Lady Red
Devils picked up a Lake Michigan
Conference victory over Kalkaska
on October 18, behind 12 kills,
eight digs and three blocks from
Katie Spence.
East Jordan defeated the Blaz-
ers 25-13, 25-15, 25-6, to improve to
8-8 overall, 6-6 conference.
Also for the Red Devils, Paige
Poindexter added seven kills; Va-
lerie Peters, seven kills, six
blocks; Angela Watkins, eight
kills, eight digs and 10 blocks; and
Stevie Bartig finished with 20
points and 19 assists.
Bartig, Peters, Spence and
Watkins all served at 100 percent.
Boyne city Ramblers
Carrie Bricker-Hauger Memo-
rial Tournament
BOYNE CITY – The host Ram-
blers battled hard throughout the
day and earned runner-up in the
annual Carrie Bricker-Hauger
Memorial Volleyball Tournament
on October 20.
Boyne defeated Mackinaw City
25-10, 25-11; downed Inland Lakes
25-20, 25-18; lost to Pellston, 23-25,
19-25; split with Kingsley 25-23, 15-
25 to go 2-1-1 in pool play, before
advancing to bracket play were
they defeated Benzie Central 25-
22, 21-25, 15-13; got past Pellston,
25-16, 16-25, 15-9, before falling in
the finals to Petoskey 19-25, 15-25.
Kylie Hicks finished with 52
kills, 51 digs and 14 blocks and
Heather Nichols added 100 assists,
17 kills and eight aces to lead the
Ramblers.
Also for Boyne, Erin Baker
added 80 digs, eight aces; Mary
Myers 50 digs, eight blocks; Court-
ney Weldon 40 digs and Mallory
Karasewski had 15 kills.
“We played some of the best vol-
leyball we have all season today,”
Rambler coach Casie Parker said.
“Rainy McCune had a great all
around day, as did Kylie Hicks
and Heather Nichols and Erin
Baker was all over the court dig-
ging.
Boyne City is 30-13-5 overall.
vs Grayling
BOYNE CITY – The Ramblers
got 30 assists from Heather
Nichols and 18 digs from Kylie
Hicks as Boyne earned a Lake
Michigan Conference win over
Grayling on October 18.
The Ramblers improved to 26-
11-4 overall, 11-3 conference with
the 25-16, 26-24, 25-10 victory.
Also for Boyne City, Erin Baker
had 18 digs and Hicks added 13
digs.
Courtney Weldon, Mary Myers,
Rainy McCune and Mallory
Karasewski all served at 100 per-
cent.
“The girls played well tonight,
we got momentum early, which
led to us being able to try some
new things before districts,”
Boyne coach Casie Parker said.
Parker also credited Baker and
Weldon with outstanding defense.
Ellsworth Lancers
vs Alba
ELLSWORTH – The Lady
Lancers took three volleyball
games from Alba on senior night
on October 16.
The Lancers won 25-8, 25-19, 25-
17.
Kari Steenwyk finished with 15
kills, nine digs; Tara Essenberg
added 15 kills; Whitney Heard 17
assists 11 digs; while Ashley
Drenth and Carissa Karavas fin-
ished with five aces and served at
100 percent on the night.
“We struggled at times with our
serving but overall I was satisfied
with the night,” Ellsworth coach
Linda Steenwyk said. “Our pass-
ing continues to improve, I felt we
got a little sloppy on the second
game and our offense struggles
when that happens, but we came
back and focused better in the
third game. Great team win girls!”
charlevoix Rayders
vs Grayling
CHARLEVOIX – The Rayders
got 23 kills and five blocks from
Karley Pearsall as they defeated
Grayling in a Lake Michigan Con-
ference volleyball match on Octo-
ber 18.
Charlevoix won 25-12, 25-11, 25-8
to improve to 10-3 in the LMC.
“As we continue to prepare for
our post-season the girls are get-
ting better at trying plays we have
been practicing and putting them
actually into the game play,”
Charlevoix coach Audra Randall
said. “Tonight, was also a great
team effort. All girls earned court
time and did well playing to-
gether.”
Madeline Boss added 10 kills,
seven digs and two aces; Gloria
Greene added 22 assists; Katie
Paramo added five digs; Kelsey
Pischner finished with three
blocks, two kills and four digs.
Madi Carey and Anna Way each
chipped in three kills, and Cas-
sidy Peebles added nine assists.
Boss and Paramo each served at
100 percent.
“This was our last game to
played on the Rayders home court
this season,” Randall added. “The
girls acknowledged the sweetness
of winning on their home court
but more so that they are the
Charlevoix Rayder Volleyball
team.”
VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP
Boyne city's kylie Hicks (10) elevates for this kill shot in the Ramblers “Pink Game” against Elk Rapids a week
ago. (PHoto By ciNDa SHuMakER)
Members of the East Jordan volleyball team pose with their second place
trophy they earned at the Glen Lake invitational Volleyball tournament.
(couRtESy PHoto)
charlevoix's Madeline Boss (5) tips the ball over the outstretched arm of a Grayling defender.
(PHoto By Scott RicHaRDS)
the Ellsworth volleyball team seniors (L-R) Whitney Heard, kari Steenwyk,
tara Essenberg, kendra Warner, Elizabeth Sowers. (PHoto By JoDELL DaNBERt)
the Boyne city volleyball team poses with their second place trophy at the
carrie Bricker Memorial tournament in Boyne city. (PHoto By ciNDa SHuMakER)
HIGH SCHOOL
FOOTBALL
STANDINGS
october 25
Volleyball
• Harbor Springs at east Jordan,
6pm
• Charlevoix at Kalkaska, 6pm
• ellsworth at bellaire, 6pm
october 26
Playoff football
• Maple City Glen lake
at boyne City, 7pm
COLLEGE
A.P. FOOTBALL
RANKINGS
tHE aSSociatED PRESS
Ncaa DiV. 1
toP 25
1. aLaBaMa
2. oREGoN
3. FLoRiDa
4. kaNSaS StatE
5. NotRE DaME
6. LSu
7. oREGoN StatE
8. okLaHoMa
9. oHio StatE
10. SoutHERN caLiFoRNia
11. FLoRiDa StatE
12. GEoRGia
13. MiSSiSSiPPi StatE
14. cLEMSoN
15. tExaS tEcH
16. LouiSViLLE
17. SoutH caRoLiNa
18. RutGERS
19. StaNFoRD
20. MicHiGaN
21. BoiSE StatE
22. tExaS a&M
23. oHio
24. LouiSiaNa tEcH
25. WESt ViRGiNia
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BOYNE FALLS – The Loggers
cross country teams swept the
Northern Lakes Conference
final jamboree and claimed a
league title for both squads in
the process as the Logger duo of
Marcus Matelski and Erica
Westbrook finished first in their
respective races.
The Loggers girls finished
with 34 points, followed by
Ellsworth with 61; Mackinaw
City 74; and Alba 82.
The final league standings
after the four jamboree meets;
Boyne Falls four points;
Ellsworth eight; Mackinaw City
13; Alba 15; and Wolverine 20.
The Logger boys took the meet
with 26 points, followed by
Alba's 54; Mackinaw City 92; and
Wolverine 107.
The final league standings;
Boyne Falls four points; Alba,
nine; Mackinaw city 12; Wolver-
ine 15; and Ellsworth 20.
The top 10 runners in each
race earned All-Northern Lakes
first team honors, while runners
11-20 were honorable mention.
Boyne Falls freshman, Matel-
ski set the pace for the boys race,
finishing in a time of 18:49, fol-
lowed by teammate Kory Skop in
19:23; Hunter Williams, sixth,
19:56; Brendan Matelski, ninth,
20:16; and Max Reed, 10th, 20:20.
Also for the Loggers, Andrew
Stevens, 11th; Kyle Byrne,12th;
Josh Lange, 13th; Truman
Crego, 14th; Kevin Lange, 18th;
William Miller, 21st; and Crosby
Boettger, 31st.
Westbrook took the girls race
in 21 minutes, 34 seconds.
Also for the Lady Loggers, Na-
talie Aikens 5th in 24:08; Kaylee
Wilson, 7th in 24:38; and Katelyn
Wilson was 10th, 26:00. Other
Logger girl finisheres; Megan
Byrne,11th; Madison Skop, 14th;
Kurstin Wilson, 17th; Kaylee
Herman, 18th; and Kelsi
Churchill, 24th.
The Ellsworth girls were led
by Taryn Rozema's third place
finish in 23:51, followed by
Larissa Fisher, 4th, 24:07.
Also for the Lancer girls,
Crissa Karavas was 13th, while
Katelyn Sowers was 20th; and
Lexi Lambert, 21st.
Nate Veldboom was 25th for
the Lancer boys and Zach
Wynkoop was 28th.
Boyne Falls freshman Marcus Ma-
telski took first place as the Log-
gers claimed the NLc titles in both
races. (PHoto By RacHEL LaNGE)
the Boyne Falls cross country teams pose with coach Dan kuhn (back row, left) and proudly display their
trophy's. (PHoto By RacHEL LaNGE)
By chris Fiel
Grayling 21,
Boyne city 0
BOYNE CITY – With the
weather cooperating, many envi-
sioned the two undefeated teams
exchanging scoring drives, but
when it came down to it, it was
the defenses that rose to the oc-
casion as Grayling came away
with a 21-0 Lake Michigan Con-
ference victory and the league
title at Earl Brotherston Field on
October 19.
The visiting Vikings captured
their first-ever LMC crown, cap-
ping a 9-0 overall, 6-0 conference
regular season.
The Ramblers finished the
regular season with an impres-
sive 8-1, 5-1 mark.
Grayling took the opening
kickoff and proceeded to move
down the field before the Boyne
defense stopped them on a
fourth and four from the Ram-
bler 26 yard line.
Boyne City's Jamael Kelly
picked up a Rambler first down
with a 12-yard gain, and Malik
Smith broke free of would be
tacklers for a gain of seven, be-
fore quarterback Corey Redman
moved the chains on a fourth
and one at the 6:49 mark of the
opening quarter.
After a Bradley Fouchia first
down, Redman and Fouchia
hooked up on the next play for a
15-yard gain and a first and goal
from the 4 yard line with 5:30 left
in the quarter.
That would be as close as the
Ramblers would get.
Before the next play could be
snapped, Boyne was called for a
delay of game penalty, and Red-
man was sacked for a six yard
loss on the next play.
After a completion to Fouchia,
a fourth down pass attempt fell
incomplete, giving Grayling the
ball deep in their own territory.
The Vikings wasted little time
in getting out of the shadow of
their goal post as quarterback
Jake Swander found a streaking
Tyler McClanahan for a 26 yard
pick-up. Swander then tossed a
65-yard pass into the open arms
of receiver Kevin Harris, mov-
ing Grayling to the BC 21 yard
line.
The Vikings would punch it in
from one yard out as Ty Jensen
went in untouched. The point
after was unsuccessful.
Grayling would pick up an-
other score with just over four
minutes remaining in the half
and add their final tally with
6:34 left in the third, taking ad-
vantage of short field (from the
Boyne nine yard line) due to a
mishandled Rambler punt at-
tempt.
Freshman Smith carried 15
times for 63 yards to lead the
Boyne City offense, while
Fouchia added 35 on three at-
tempts, he also finished with
three receptions for 31 yards.
Defensively, Alan Manross had
a game-high 11 tackles, while
Brady Calo added eight; Connor
Mills an Zach Wandrie finished
with seven each.
Boyne City will play host to
Maple City Glen Lake, 8-1, at 7
p.m. Friday, Oct. 26, in a Division
6 playoff game at Earl Brother-
ston Field.
Viking offense capitalizes on opportunities
Boyne city's Jamael kelly (32) follows the lead block of Malik Smith (40). (PHoto By BoB GiNGERicH)
Rambler QB corey Redman (16) found little time to throw with the
Grayling defensive pressure in the backfield all night.
(PHoto By RoB DEFoRGE oF RD SPoRtS PHoto)
THIS WEEK IN SPORTS
HIGH SCHOOL
FOOTBALL
STANDINGS
Lake Michigan conference
Team Conf (W-L-T) ....Overall
Grayling.......................6 - 0 - 0......................9 - 0 - 0
Boyne City ...................5 - 1 - 0......................8 - 1 - 0
Kalkaska ......................4- 2 - 0.......................7 - 2 - 0
Elk Rapids ....................3 - 3 - 0......................4 - 5 - 0
Harbor Springs ............2 - 4 - 0......................3 - 6 - 0
Charlevoix....................1 - 5 - 0......................1 - 8 - 0
East Jordan..................0 - 6 - 0......................0 - 9 - 0
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72k miles, 28 MPG Hwy,
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7269A, pre-owned, CARFAX
1 owner and buyback guar-
antee. This is the vehicle for.
$14,888. Dave Kring
Chevrolet-Cadillac, 1861 US
31 North, Petoskey, MI 231-
347-2585.
2007 Cadillac DTS Luxury I.
4.6L V8, FWD, automatic,
60k miles, 25 MPG Hwy,
Black Cherry, stock # 6479A,
pre-owned, Beautiful right
down to its almost new tires.
Wow! Gets Great Gas
Mileage: 25 MPG. $17,450.
Dave Kring Chevrolet-Cadil-
lac, 1861 US 31 North,
Petoskey, MI 231-347-2585.
2008 Chevy Aveo. 34 MPG
on this yellow gas saver. Air,
CD, one owner, 82K. Pay-
ments as low as $149 a
month. Petoskey Auto
Group, Nobody Sell For Less
2215 N. US-31, Petoskey, MI
2 3 1 - 3 4 7 - 6 0 8 0 .
www.petoskeyautogroup.com
2012 Chevrolet Camaro
2SS. 6.2L V8, RWD, auto-
matic, 871 miles, 24 MPG
Hwy, Crystal Red Tintcoat,
stock # 31034, pre-owned,
Less than 900 miles on this
RED HOT Camaro 2SS with
all the goodies. Save
$39,988. Dave Kring
Chevrolet-Cadillac, 1861 US
31 North, Petoskey, MI 231-
347-2585.
2012 Chevrolet Impala LS.
3.6L V6, FWD, automatic,
27k miles, 30 MPG Hwy,
Gold Mist Metallic, stock #
31013, pre-owned, CARFAX
1 owner and buyback guar-
antee... Gets Great Gas
Mileage: 30 MPG Hwy.
$17,499. Dave Kring
Chevrolet-Cadillac, 1861 US
31 North, Petoskey, MI 231-
347-2585.
Rent-to-own vehicles at Tai-
lored Enterprises in
Petoskey. Toll Free 888-774-
2264 or 231 347-3332.
www.tailoredenterprises.com
. Also, We have scooters on
sale now
1995 MERCURY Grand
Marquis, 28-30mpg, decent
condition. $1,995 obo. 717-
491-7670 or major-
jon2000@yahoo.com
Boats & Marine
BOAT SHRINKWRAPPING,
winterizing and storage.
Parts & Service. Precision
Motor Sports & Marine, Wa-
ters. 989-731-5050
Business for Sale
FLOWER SHOP for Sale,
Gaylord, Michigan. It is time
to retire from our busy shop.
Call 989-858-0455. Serious
inquiries only.
classic auto
1961 LINCOLN CONTINEN-
TAL Sedan. 68,000 miles.
Good condition. $17,500 obo.
majorjon2000@yahoo.com or
989-916-5402
1989 JAGUAR VJS CON-
VERTIBLE. Like new with
only 26,000 actual miles.
Last of the V-12’s. Must sell.
$7,900 obo. 989-848-2238.
CASH FOR OLD CARS.
Please don’t send to crusher.
Michel’s Collision & Restora-
tion 231-348-7066
FOR SALE: 1940 FORD
PICKUP. 231-348-7066
computers & office
Hon File cabinets. 5 drawer
lateral. $250. 989-939-7045.
Call 9am-9pm
WEB SITE HOSTING as
low as $4.95 a month. Have
your web site hosted with a
local business, not someone
out of state or overseas.
Local hosting, local service. Go
to www.MittenHosting.com.
Safe and secure. Small or
large websites.
COMPUTER GIVING YOU
HEADACHES? Call Dave
the Computer Doc at 989-
731-1408 for in-your-home
or business repair, service,
upgrades, virus and spyware
removal, training.
Firewood & Woodstove
FIREWOOD, DRY. B.
Moeke. 231-631-9600
FIREWOOD FOR SALE.
Logging tops, hard maple,
good access. Need 4x4 for
back hill. Boyne City - Boyne
Falls. Call Forester, 231-536-
7347
100% WOOD HEAT, no wor-
ries. Keep your family safe
and warm with an Outdoor
Wood Furnace from Central
Boiler. Double L Tack Inc
989-733-7651
Free items
HAVE SOMETHING TO
GIVE AWAY? Free items
classified ads run free of
charge in the Charlevoix
County News. Call 989-732-
8160 or e-mail your ad to Of-
fice@CharlevoixCountyNew
s.com.
Fresh Food
12 Different Healthy, Daily
lunch specials. Just $6.99.
BROS BISTRO. Exit 270,
Waters
Wednesday before Thanks-
giving. $6.00 Turkey meals
to go at Gobblers, Gaylord.
Furniture
COMPUTER DESK, $5.
Couches, end tables, lamps,
TV stands, books, clothing.
Lots of miscellaneous. See
at Strawberry Patch resale
store, downtown Mio. 989-
826-1503
CLAW FOOT OAK Table, re-
finished with 4 chairs. $250.
Oak table with 4 chairs,
needs refinishing, $125. 989-
732-4724
GREAT ROOMS is now
wholesaling mattresses to
the public. Prices begin at
$119. 148 W. Main St. Down-
town Gaylord, corner of Main
and N. Court St. www.great-
roomsgaylord.com. Call 989-
748-4849
CALL: 989.732.8160 EMAIL: office@CharlevoixCountyNews.com
ORDER ONLINE: www.CharlevoixCountyNews.com
LABOB O0N
A0CTION
FrIBæy. Nov. 2
St30~8t30pm
Private collection of guns, knives, ammo, cases, etc. to be
sold at absolute auction. Includes 95 guns of all kinds, Win-
chester, Browning, Remington, Etc. From 1873 - 2012.
LOCATED AT LETS TALK AUCTION BARN,
BETWEEN FAIRVIEW & MIO ON M-33.
For more info go to www.letstalkauction.com
or call 989-848-5158.
Your local agent insures your
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ELECTION NOTICE

NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION TO THE ELECTORS OF THE
FOLLOWING CITIES/TOWNSHIPS
CHARLEVOIX COUNTY, MICHIGAN
TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 6, 2012

To the qualified electors of the following Cities/Townships notice is hereby given
that a General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2012, for the
purpose of electing officials for the following offices:

President/Vice President
United States Senator
1
st
District Representative in Congress
105
th
District State Representative
State Board of Education
University of Michigan Regents
Michigan State University Trustees
Wayne State University Governors
Justice of the Supreme Court
Judge of the Court of Appeals
7
th
District Judge of Probate
County Commissioner – Districts 1 through 6
County Clerk
County Prosecutor
County Treasurer
County Sheriff
County Register of Deeds
County Surveyor
County Drain Commissioner
All Township Supervisors
All Township Treasurers
All Township Clerks
All Township Trustees
Constable (Boyne Valley Township)

And to vote on the following proposal (s): (if any)

BAY TOWNSHIP ROAD MILLAGE RENEW PROPOSAL

BOYNE VALLEY TOWNSHIP PROPOSAL TO AMEND PURPOSE OF
TRANSFER STATION MILLAGE

EVELINE TOWNSHIP PROPOSAL TO RENEW ROAD MILLAGE

CHARLEVOIX PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL
PROPOSAL

EAST JORDAN OPERATING MILLAGE PROPOSAL

Full text of the ballot proposals may be obtained at the office of the County Clerk
or the Township Clerk listed below.

James Vanek, Clerk Lynn M. Sparks, Clerk
Bay Township Boyne Valley Township
4480 Walloon Ct. 05970 US 131 South
Boyne City, MI 49712 Boyne Falls, MI 49713
231-582-6309 231-549-3436

Myron Matz, Clerk Carol Martin, Clerk
Chandler Township Charlevoix Township
06912 Matz Rd 12491 Waller Road
Boyne Falls, MI 49713 Charlevoix, MI 49720
231-549-2596 231-547-4390

Josette A. Lory, Clerk Michelle Johnson, Clerk
Evangeline Township Eveline Township
01861 Wildwood Harbor Rd. 11550 Sequanota Heights
Boyne City, MI 49712 Charlevoix, MI 49720
231-582-7539 231-330-4918

Marlene Golovich, Clerk Frank D. Wasylewski
Hayes Township Hudson Township
09195 Old 31 N 08755 Huffman Lake Rd
Charlevoix, MI 49720 Elmira, MI 49730
231-547-6961 231-549-3019

Timothy Matchett, Clerk Robin Hissong Berry, Clerk
Marion Township Melrose Township
01362 Matchett Rd 01690 Old State Road
Charlevoix, MI 49720 Boyne City, MI 49712
231-547-2154 231-582-3356

Dana J. Pajtas, Clerk Colleen Martin, Clerk
Norwood Township Peaine Township
19759 Lake Street 28065 Barneys Lake Rd
Charlevoix, MI 49720 Beaver Island, MI 49782
231-547-4767 231-448-2397

Jean Wierenga, Clerk Anita Stephens, Clerk
St. James Township South Arm Township
38500 Beaver Island Dr 00895 Nagashi Rd
Beaver Island, MI 49782 East Jordan, MI 49727
231-448-2915 231-536-3695

Marilyn Beebe, Clerk Cindy Grice, Clerk/Treasurer
Wilson Township City of Boyne City
1701 Fall Park Rd 319 N. Lake St
Boyne City, MI 49712 Boyne City, MI 49712
231-582-0481 231-582-6597

Carol A. Ochs, Clerk Cheltzi Wilson, Clerk
City of Charlevoix City of East Jordan
210 State Street 201 Main St,
Charlevoix, MI 49720 East Jordan, MI 49727
231-547-3250 231-536-3381

Cheryl Potter Browe, County Clerk
203 Antrim Street
Charlevoix, MI 49720
231-547-7200

The Polls of said election will be open at 7 o’clock a.m. and will remain open until
8 o’clock p.m. of said day of election.

List of all polling place locations:




























































































Melrose Township Hall 535-2310
04289 M75 N., Walloon Lake, 49796

Norwood Township Hall 237-9566
19759 Lake St., Charlevoix, 49720

Peaine Township Hall 448-2389
36825 Kings Hwy, Beaver Island, 49782

St. James Township Hall 448-2014
37735 Michigan Ave., Beaver Island, 49782

South Arm Township Hall 536-2900
02811 S. M-66, East Jordan, 49727

Wilson Township Hall 582-6201
02530 Fall Park Rd., Boyne City, 49712

Boyne City Hall 582-6597
319 N. Lake St, Boyne City, 49712

Charlevoix City Hall 547-3250
210 State St., Charlevoix, 49720

East Jordan Civic Center 536-3381
101 Civic Center Lane, East Jordan, 49727











Bay Township Hall 582-3594
05045 Boyne City Rd., Boyne City, 49712

Boyne Valley Township Hall 549-3130
2489 Railroad St., Boyne Falls, 49713

Chandler Township Hall 549-3404
07620 Chandler Hill Rd., Boyne Falls, 49713

Charlevoix Township Hall 547-4611
12491 Waller Rd., Charlevoix, 49720

Evangeline Township Hall 582-2931
02746 Wildwood Harbor Rd., Boyne City, 49712

Eveline Township Hall 459-4258
08525 Ferry Rd., East Jordan, 49727

Hayes Township Hall 547-6961
09195 Old U.S. 31 N., Charlevoix, 49720

Hudson Township Hall 549-2646
07865 Reynolds Rd., Elmira, 49730

Marion Township Hall No Phone
03735 Marion Center Rd., Charlevoix, 49720




























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Garage & yard Sale
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Available for purchase will be
2 office desks, 3 computer
stands, 1 computer desk,
keyboards with mice, Lazy
Boy recliner, collector dolls,
juicer and misc items.
Guns
Deer rifles, Steyr 1903
Mannlicher Schnoenauer,
30/40 Krag Carbine, 22 cal ri-
fles, 12, 20 and 410 ga.
pump shotguns, couple Old
Winchesters and some
Browning, Colt, Hi-Standard
and S&W handguns from my
private collection. Permit re-
quired for handgun pur-
chases. Please call (989)
335-3195
GUN AUCTION. Private col-
lection of guns, knives,
ammo, cases, etc. to be sold
at absolute auction on Friday
evening, Nov. 2 starting at
5:30pm, ending at 8:30pm.
Lets Talk Auction Barn, Be-
tween Fairview & Mio on M-
33. Includes 95 guns of all
kinds, Winchester, Browning,
Remington, Etc. From 1873 -
2012. For more info go to
www.letstalkauction.com or
call 989-848-5158.
Cash for Rifles & Shotguns.
Also want old fishing tackle.
989-390-1529
Heavy Equipment
BULL DOZER. Late 40’s Cat
D/2 dozer. Pony start, runs
well, needs some work.
$2,500 obo. 989-370-3378
Help Wanted
Advertising Sales – Boyne
City – Part Time Salesper-
son. The best candidate will
be friendly and enjoy helping
local businesses create print
advertising to help them
reach consumers throughout
Northern Michigan with our
newspapers and associated
products. Work your own
schedule. Good commission
rate. Must have computer, In-
ternet access and depend-
able transportation. E-mail
info to Dave at
Offi ce@Charl evoi xCoun-
tyNews.com.
Advertising Sales – Cheboy-
gan – Part Time Salesper-
son. The best candidate will
be friendly and enjoy helping
local businesses create print
advertising to help them
reach consumers throughout
Northern Michigan with our
newspapers and associated
products. Work your own
schedule. Good commission
rate. Must have computer, In-
ternet access and depend-
able transportation. E-mail
resume to Office@Weekly-
Choice.com
Advertising Sales – Grayling
– Part Time Salesperson.
The best candidate will be
friendly and enjoy helping
local businesses create print
advertising to help them
reach consumers throughout
Northern Michigan with our
newspapers and associated
products. Work your own
schedule. Good commission
rate. Must have computer, In-
ternet access and depend-
able transportation. E-mail
resume to Office@Weekly-
Choice.com
Feature Writer –
Grayling/Lewiston/Mio – Re-
port positive news and write
feature stories. Experienced
writer and photographer a
plus. Must have Digital cam-
era, computer and positive
outlook. E-mail info and sam-
ples to Dave at
Office@WeeklyChoice.com.
FULL TIME Auto & Truck
Salesperson. Retail sales ex-
perience is helpful and pre-
ferred but we will consider
training the right candidate.
Must be honest, hardwork-
ing, outgoing, punctual and
dependable. Must have cur-
rent, unrestricted Michigan
driver’s license. Includes
benefits. Apply in person.
Scheer Motors Chevy, Buick,
Chrysler, Dodge, Ram &
Jeep.
Industrial Maintenance,
Grayling. Wood window
component manufacturer
seeks a generalist for its
maintenance team. Re-
quires HS/GED, documented
work history, drug screen, &
related training/experience
with welding, electrical sys-
tems, hydraulics, and indus-
trial equipment
troubleshooting and repair.
Steam systems experience
helpful. Apply at:
www.spri ngswi ndowfash-
ions.comor at nearest Michi-
gan Works office. Equal
Opportunity Employer.
Mancelona Public Schools
Early Childhood Programs.
Preschool substitute staff
needed. Candidate must
possess an interest in small
children and have some ex-
perience. Extensive Profes-
sional Development
opportunities available! For
more information, you may
contact Kristin Witt at 231-
587-9021 or email letter of in-
terest, resume and
references to
kkloc@mancelonaschools.org
Question & Answers
About Selling Real Estate Real Estate Corner
Featured Property
Home and pole barn on acreage offers
huge variety of possibilities
By Jim akans
This week’s feature is a wonderfully
spacious home with a huge pole barn
on approximately 6.7 acres of property
near East Jordan. Among the many
highlights is the variety of unique
spaces that offer the possibility of ac-
commodating virtually any home-
buyer’s needs.
To start with, there is approximately
3,050 square feet of living area on the
main two levels of the home, and that
includes four bedrooms and three
baths, plus plenty of open living areas
as well. Outdoors, a large, heated pole
barn complete with water and a 200-
amp electric service provides a work-
space that is second to none. The
grounds are well landscaped and the
surrounding acreage is nicely wooded
with both hardwoods and pines.
Located at 1210 Mountain Road near
East Jordan, this home and property is
priced at just $179,900.
For additional information or to
arrange for a tour of this home, please
call Mike Stark or Jennifer Burr at
Stark Realty at 231-536-7700 or email
mike@starkrealtyonline.com or jen-
nifer@starkrealtyonline.com.
You don’t have
to decorate a
home with expen-
sive decorating
items, rather dec-
orate with little
creative things
that reflect your
personality and
taste. Decorating
a home is all
about being cre-
ative. So put your
creative hat on
and let your cre-
ativeness fly, you
will love it! These
little ideas can certainly ignite the
passion in your heart and help
kick-start your creative side.
Paint Brighter - A little bright-
ness is always needed, when you
want to decorate your home! Don’t
adopt the neutral one paint ap-
proach; rather paint little things
to the brightest hues to bring that
touch of life. So pick up your
paint spray and do it with love.
Family Photos also do the magic
- Instead of buying expensive wall
hangings, print some cool family
photos and get them ready in sim-
ple wooden frames. You can hang
them all around the corridor for a
royal look.
Say it with Nature - Nature is
the best thing, when it comes dec-
orating your home frugally. So
bring in some shade loving plants
and nurture them in beautiful
self-painted cases. You can also
use pebbles, rocks and shells
around them to create a beautiful
look indoors.
Mirrors on the Wall - So what if
your home is a little small, you
can create a wide spacious effect
by using mirrors. Yes, mirrors are
great to make your home look spa-
cious. So use mirrors all around
your home.
Sweet Little Things - Vases look
charming, with or without flow-
ers, and the best vases that you
can place are your antique per-
fume bottles! Why go to market to
spend dollars on vases. Just grab
those empty perfume bottles,
you’ve been hiding in drawers for
years and use them.
Pretty Fabrics & Frills - Frills
are the best thing to give your
home a soft and romantic effect.
So use lots of soft pillows with
frills. Buy bed sheets in soft colors
and frills to create an effeminate
look.
Creative Handmade crafts - Be-
lieve me, there is nothing more
powerfully appealing then hand-
made crafts. If you have that
artist eye, you can create creative
hand crafts, if not, use the inter-
net and books to spice you up with
ideas. You can use cute little but-
ton on cushions. Grab large pieces
of checkered or polka dot clothes
to create cute handcrafted items.
Sparkle it up with Candles -
Candles are the best thing to deco-
rate your home. You can reserve a
special shelf for candles and fill it
up with different colored candles
for a tranquil soothing environ-
ment.
Be yourself - Well, decorating a
home is all about you and how you
do it! Just don’t copy other’s ideas,
instead get inspiration and also
add sparks of your own personal
taste to decorate your home fru-
gally.
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Mike Stark,
Stark Realty, inc.
(231) 536-7700
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FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY
Proposed FIood Hazard Determinations for
CharIevoix County, Michigan (AII Jurisdictions)
The Department of Homeland Security`s Federal Emergency Management Agency has is-
sued a preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM), and where applicable, Flood Insur-
ance Study (FIS) report, reflecting proposed flood hazard determinations within Charlevoix
County, MI and (All Jurisdictions). These flood hazard determinations may include the ad-
dition or modification of Base Flood Elevations, base flood depths, Special Flood Hazard
Area boundaries or zone designations, or the regulatory floodway. Technical information or
comments are solicited on the proposed flood hazard determinations shown on the prelim-
inary FIRM and/or FIS report for Charlevoix County, MI (All Jurisdictions). These flood hazard
determinations are the basis for the floodplain management measures that your community
is required to either adopt or show evidence of being already in effect in order to qualify or
remain qualified for participation in the National Flood Insurance Program. However, before
these determinations are effective for floodplain management purposes, you will be provided
an opportunity to appeal the proposed information. For information on the statutory 90-day
period provided for appeals, as well as a complete listing of the communities affected and
the locations where copies of the FIRM are available for review, please visit FEMA`s website
at www.fema.gov/plan/prevent/fhm/bfe, or call the FEMA Map Information eXchange (FMIX)
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Help Wanted
News Reporter – Boyne City
– Attend and report on local
governmental meetings,
school board and local news
reporting. Experienced writer
and photographer a plus.
Must have Digital camera
and computer. E-mail info
and samples to Dave at Of-
f i ce@Char l evoi xCoun-
tyNews.com.
News Reporter – Boyne
Falls – Attend and report on
local governmental meet-
ings, school board and local
news reporting. Experienced
writer and photographer a
plus. Must have Digital cam-
era and computer. E-mail
info and samples to Dave at
Office@CharlevoixCoun-
tyNews.com.
News Reporter –
Charlevoix – Attend and re-
port on local governmental
meetings, school board and
local news reporting. Experi-
enced writer and photogra-
pher a plus. Must have
Digital camera and com-
puter. E-mail info and sam-
ples to Dave at
Office@CharlevoixCoun-
tyNews.com.
News Reporter – East Jor-
dan – Attend and report on
local governmental meet-
ings, school board and local
news reporting. Experienced
writer and photographer a
plus. Must have Digital cam-
era and computer. E-mail
info and samples to Dave at
Office@CharlevoixCoun-
tyNews.com.
Sports Writer – Grayling
area – Sports Reporter to
cover local sports. Inde-
pendent Contractor position
requires experienced writer
and photographer. Must
have Digital SLR camera,
computer and love sports. E-
mail info and samples to
Dave at Office@Weekly-
Choice.com.
Homes for Rent
THREE BEDROOM HOME
on Otsego Lake Drive is
available immediately.
Please contact C.
Marcinkewciz at 231-796-
5099 during the afternoons.
Lost & Found
LOST SOMETHING?
Found something? Lost and
found ads run free in the
Charlevoix County News.
Call 989-732-8160
Manufactured Homes
NEW & REPOS: Double-
Wides, 16’s, 14’s. Take any-
thing on trade. Financing
available. A complete line of
parts. www.michiganeast-
sidesales.net. 989-966-2037
Miscellaneous
FREE CLASSIFIED ADS!
Sell your items for free at
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sell in Northern Michigan.
Photo and text are free.
Cars, Homes, Furniture,
Garage sales and more.
Salvaged Elm lumber.
Remilled to _ of an inch
thick. 473 square feet. All
widths. Very pretty, $300.
Alanson area. 231-347-1856
Anger Monuments & Mark-
ers. Senior Discounts Avail-
able. email
angermonuments@yahoo.c
om. 231-587-8433.
Mancelona. In home ap-
pointments available.
RENT a car or van as low as
$19.95 a day. Petoskey Auto
Group, Nobody Sell For
Less 2215 N. US-31,
Petoskey, MI 231-347-6080.
www.petoskeyautogroup.com
Accepting Bids – Natural
Gas Unit Heaters.
Charlevoix County Transit is
offering three (3) natural gas
unit heaters for sale by
sealed bid. Sealed bids will
be accepted until 12:00 p.m.
on Thursday, November 1,
2012. To obtain a bid packet
contact the administrative of-
fices of Charlevoix County
Transit, 1050 Brockway,
Boyne City, MI 49712 at 231-
582-6900, via email at
info@cctransit.org or online
at www.charlevoixcounty.org.
Commercial Cooler. 2 Glass
doors, adjustable shelves,
works great. $250 OBO.
231-420-4692
BLUE SPRUCE TREES. 3
foot to 8 foot, $20 and up.
989-942-7275. Waters,
Michigan
SNOWBLOWER and Riding
Lawnmower. 231-313-5546
(Terry) or 717-491-7670
8 FLAVORED WINGS plus
fries, $6.99 Tuesday nights
at Gobblers. Gaylord.
LOWEST COST IN MICHI-
GAN! CLASSIFIED ADS
ARE JUST $2 for a 10-word
ad in the Charlevoix County
News. The area’s widest dis-
tribution paper and the low-
est cost for advertising.
Place ads on-line at
www. Char l evoi xCoun-
tyNews.com or call 989-732-
8160. Distributed throughout
all of Charlevoix County
Bros Bistro. Pan Fried Perch
& Walleye Friday night.
Check it out. I-75, exit 270,
Waters.
CATERING: Gobblers Fa-
mous Turkey meals. Only $6
person. Gobblers of Gay-
lord, 900 S. Otsego, 989-
732-9005
Motorcycles & atV
2004 Honda VT1300S Mo-
torcycle. 1300cc, Only
17,000 miles. Specially
priced, $3,800. Petoskey
Auto Group, Nobody Sell
For Less 2215 N. US-31,
Petoskey, MI 231-347-6080.
www.petoskeyautogroup.com
Music
ELECTRIC YAMAHA full
size piano with bench. Paid
$1,600. Will take $1,200.
989-732-1326
Pets
AKC Collie pups. White, or
Sable and White. $275-
$450. Good bloodlines. 989-
335-0080
AKC Miniature Schnauzer
puppies. Born 8/12/12. Non-
shedding dogs, hypo-aller-
genic. Vet approved. Tails
docked, dewclaws, up to
date on dewormings. $600.
989-733-2703
Precious AKC 1 year old
male Silkey Terrier. Shots.
Great personality, very lov-
ing. 12 pounds. $500, Gay-
lord. 989-350-2861
Tiny 4 month old Toy Poodle
puppies. Beautiful Café o’ley
color. Shots, paper trained.
Make wonderful lapdogs.
One male, two females.
$450 each. Gaylord. 989-
350-2861
Recreational Vehicles
1995 Wilderness Fifth
Wheel. This is a rear bath-
room model and offers more
room in the lavatory and a
bigger shower tub. This par-
ticular bathroom setup also
offers a nice linen closet. It
has no slides, a jack knife
sofa and a fold down dinette.
It offers a queen bed and is
wired with an audio system.
Sale Price - $4,995. Interna-
tional RV World, 277 Ex-
pressway Court, Gaylord.
Phone: 989-448-8700
1996 Jayco Eagle 23’ Travel
Trailer, 230SL. Walk around
queen bed, fully enclosed
bath w/shower tub, 2 entry
doors and lots more. Sale Price
- $3,995. International RV
World, 277 Expressway Court,
Gaylord. Phone: 989-448-8700
1998 MALLARD 255G Fifth
Wheel. This 25ft bunk house
fifth wheel is real clean. It
has air conditioning, awning
microwave, stereo, NO
LEAKS, no stains. This is the
perfect starter camper for a
family. Sale Price - $5,995.
International RV World, 277
Expressway Court, Gaylord.
Phone: 989-448-8700
New 2012 Palomino Bronco
1251 soft-side truck camper.
It fits perfectly on a half ton
truck with a 6 1/2 foot bed. It
has a bathroom, furnace,
fridge, water heater, water
pump and even an out side
shower which doubles as a
great fish cleaning station.
Sale Price - $10,500. Save
$1,123. International RV
World, 277 Expressway
Court, Gaylord. Phone: 989-
448-8700
New 2013 Bronco B-1225
Truck Camper. This new
truck camper is perfect for
anyone on the road a lot! It
has a 60x80 innerspring
queen mattress with under
bed storage. It has a pop up
canvas top to add a little
headroom. It has both a
shower and toilet. It has a
sink and a 2 burner cook-
top. If your need a little extra
sleeping room you can fold
down the dinette table and it
also can be used as a bed.
Sale Price - $10,995. Inter-
national RV World, 277 Ex-
pressway Court, Gaylord.
Phone: 989-448-8700
New 2013 Weekender 18’
Travel Trailer, 183. This
compact little trailer is per-
fect for a first trailer. It’s so
light-weight it can be pulled
by nearly any vehicle. It’s got
a walk around queen bed
and a fold down dinette
table. The bathroom is fully
enclosed. It features a mini-
fridge, and gas cook-top.
MSRP $16,318. Sale Price -
$9,995. Save $6,323. Inter-
national RV World, 277 Ex-
pressway Court, Gaylord.
Phone: 989-448-8700
Used 2008 Apache 955SD
Chief Truck Camper. This
pre-owned truck camper is in
perfect condition. It is spot-
less inside and out. It come
equipped with a furnace,
fridge, water heater, water
pump and a TV ant/w a
power booster. Sale Price -
$9,995. International RV
World, 277 Expressway
Court, Gaylord. Phone: 989-
448-8700
Seal the Roof. Keep rain,
snow and ice outside of your
RV. As low as $49.95 (price
may vary depending upon
condition of roof). Free Esti-
mates on arrival. Interna-
tional RV World, 277
Expressway Court, Gaylord.
Phone: 989-448-8700
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· (St. Mary's Cement Corp.) Parcel ÌD . 011-005-
013-10
· (Manthei Development Corp.) Parcel ÌD. 011-005-
026-00
Parcel ÌD. 011-008-002-10
Parcel ÌD. 011-005-006-00
Ìnterested parties may comment in person at the meet-
ing or comment in writing by noon of the day of the
hearing. A map of the proposed parcels can be found
on
1. www.charlevoixcounty.org/norwood.asp
2. The Norwood Township Planning Commis
sion, at the address indicated above; or
3. The Zoning Administrator, Robert Dutcher at
P.O. Box 113, Charlevoix, MÌ 49720; e-mail nor-
woodzoningadm@gmail.com.
Questions can be directed to the Zoning Administrator
at 517-881-5808 (cell).
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‘05 Chevy Colorado 4x4
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‘05 Jeep Liberty Diesel
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‘03 Jeep Liberty
106K, loaded
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‘03 Ford F-150
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2007 Chrysler T&C
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2004 Jeep Cherokee
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2005 Chevy Uplander
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2008 Chevy Impala
Very nice
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2004 Buick LaSabre
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2002 Ford Ranger
Ext cab
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2004 Chrysler T&C
Power doors & windows
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2007 Dodge Caravan
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2007 Chevy Malibu
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2001 Ford Ranger
Ext cab, 4x4
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2008 Ford Ranger
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Recreational Vehicles
Winterize Your RV before
freezing temperatures arrive.
We will install antifreeze in
all lines and inspect your
roof for just $49.95 (all tow-
ables), Motorhomes -
$59.95. International RV
World, 277 Expressway
Court, Gaylord. Phone: 989-
448-8700
1994 HOLIDAY RAMBLER
Class A. 59,000 miles, good
shape. $6,900. Will take
guns or quadrunner & cash.
989-390-1529
Services
DJ/KARAOKE SERVICE
available for weddings, clubs
or parties. References and
information at www.larryen-
tertainment.com. 989-732-
3933
BOAT SHRINKWRAPPING,
winterizing and storage.
Parts & Service. Precision
Motor Sports & Marine, Wa-
ters. 989-731-5050
CHRISTIAN COUNSELING,
LIFE COACHING. Personal
and phone services avail-
able. Call Larry Hoard, BA.
989-842-3982. www.chris-
tianlifecoaching.net
Snow Removal
8 FOOT Meyers heavy duty
snow plow with Western
controls. $850, best offer or
trade? 989-370-3378
Sporting Goods
RIFLES & HANDGUNS for
sale. Private seller. therock-
gaylord@hotmail.com. 989-
370-9070.
Storage
Heated or Cold storage
available for Winter, Spring,
Summer, Fall, 989-732-0724
SuV
2005 Chevy Equinox. AWD,
Air, cruise, power sunroof,
On-Star, leather, loaded. 23
MPG. Payments as low as
$199 a month. Petoskey
Auto Group, Nobody Sell For
Less 2215 N. US-31,
Petoskey, MI 231-347-6080.
www.petoskeyautogroup.com
2005 Kia Sorento, AWD.
Payments as low as $99 a
month. Petoskey Auto
Group, Nobody Sell For
Less 2215 N. US-31,
Petoskey, MI 231-347-6080.
www.petoskeyautogroup.com
trailers
New 6x12 Cargo Trailer by
Royal Cargo. Ramp door in
back, side door entrance.
Retail - $3,599. Sale Price -
$2,395. Petoskey RV, 2215
US Highway 31 N Petoskey,
MI 49770. Phone 231-347-
3200
FOR SALE: Used 8X10 util-
ity trailer, $300 obo. Has new
20x8 10 ply tires and spare,
new wire and lights, new
deck, new wheel bearings.
Can be seen at Arthur’s Auto
Parts & Sales, 1361 W. Main
St., Gaylord. 989-732-6767
New Utility Trailers Starting
as low as $1,295. Petoskey
RV, 2215 US Highway 31 N
Petoskey, MI 49770. Phone
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New, Enclosed Cargo Trail-
ers Starting as low as
$1,895. Petoskey RV, 2215
US Highway 31 N Petoskey,
MI 49770. Phone 231-347-
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trucks
1997 Ford F-150, 4WD, tow
pkg. Payments as low as
$199 a month. Petoskey
Auto Group, Nobody Sell For
Less 2215 N. US-31,
Petoskey, MI 231-347-6080.
www.petoskeyautogroup.com
2002 Dodge Ram 4x4. Auto,
tonneau cover, short box,
bedliner. Nice truck! Pay-
ments as low as $99 a
month. Petoskey Auto
Group, Nobody Sell For
Less 2215 N. US-31,
Petoskey, MI 231-347-6080.
www.petoskeyautogroup.com
2003 Chevy Silverado 1500.
Auto, 4WD, air, cruise. Pay-
ments as low as $199 a
month. Petoskey Auto
Group, Nobody Sell For
Less 2215 N. US-31,
Petoskey, MI 231-347-6080.
www.petoskeyautogroup.com
2004 Dodge Dakota 4x4 Ext
Cab. Auto, 8 cyl, bedliner.
Payments as low as $99 a
month. Petoskey Auto
Group, Nobody Sell For
Less 2215 N. US-31,
Petoskey, MI 231-347-6080.
www.petoskeyautogroup.com
1973 CHEVROLET 1 TON
with duals, 350 engine, 4
speed. Truck needs work,
$1,500 obo. 989-370-3378
2002 FORD 4WD AT F-250
Super duty, crew cab, short-
box, diesel, 185,000 miles.
$9,800 obo. 989-848-2561
Vans
2010 Dodge Grand Cara-
van. 4 captains chairs, Stow-
N-Go seating. 71K.
Payments as low as $249 a
month. Petoskey Auto
Group, Nobody Sell For
Less 2215 N. US-31,
Petoskey, MI 231-347-6080.
www.petoskeyautogroup.com
Charlevoix County Transit is
accepting sealed bids for a
2004 Ford E450 Cutaway
Bus, 6.0L Diesel with
175,417 miles. Engine runs
good after being warmed up
but does need work; A/C
does not work and there is
some rusting of supports
and a hole in driver’s area
that has rusted through. Bid
packets can be obtained at
1050 Brockway St, Boyne
City, MI 49712, via the
Charlevoix County Website
at www.charlevoixcounty.org
or by email request to
info@cctransit.org and
sealed bids are due by 12:00
p.m. on November 1, 2012.
Vehicle is available for in-
spection between 8:00 a.m.
– 5:00 p.m. weekdays.
Wanted
Wanted: Baseball, Football,
Basketball and Hockey
cards. Before 1972. 231-
373-0842
Wanted: Used Cooking Oil.
We will recycle those large
containers of used cooking
oil from your deep fryer.
Maxx Garage. 989-732-
4789
Wanted: Used motor oil.
Transmission oil and hy-
draulic oil. Maxx Garage.
989-732-4789
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