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CHARLEVOIX – As of October there will be
new health insurance options, opening up insur-
ance and health care to people who have been
struggling to find coverage. Yet people are con-
fused or overwhelmed as to how the Affordable
Healthcare Act (“Obamacare”) will impact them.
Answers to most of these questions will be pre-
sented at the Charlevoix Public Library on Sep-
tember 16 at 6:30 p.m. Leading this public forum
will be Lyn Jenks, CEO of Charlevoix Area Hos-
pital and Linda Yaroch, RN, Health Officer with
the Health Department of Northern Michigan.
People previously denied coverage, people who
have not been able to afford health insurance;
people who are under-insured will have better ac-
cess to insurance and health care under the Af-
fordable Health Care Act. The
enrollment period begins this
October.
The gathering will be a nuts
and bolts discussion, clarifying
the facts of the Affordable
Health Care Act and how indi-
viduals can navigate the sys-
tem, including where to find
assistance.
“People are frightened and
confused,” Ms. Jenks recently
observed.
“We will deal with questions
that directly affect individu-
als,” she continued.
The forum will explain how
the insurance exchanges will
work, how the new plans will
affect individual premiums,
how to enroll, what resources are available to
help individuals apply, and what tax credits and
subsidies are available for low-income individu-
als and families.
Ms. Jenks will focus on federal and state im-
pacts of the new law.
Ms. Jenks will also clear up misconceptions in-
cluding the fear that senior citizens’ Medicare or
Medicare Advantage plans will be impacted. In
fact, people currently enrolled in Medicare will
see no change in their insurance nor their premi-
ums.
“What I can do is help people understand the
new law,” Ms. Jenks says.
Local responses and the application process
will be explained by Linda Yaroch, Health Officer
and Public Health Nurse with the County Health
Department.
“We are developing robust out-reach and edu-
cation plans for 8 counties across northern
Michigan including Charlevoix,” said Ms.
Yaroch.
“There will be enrollment opportunities and
application assistance through the health depart-
ment, hospitals, federally qualified health cen-
ters, and other community partners.
“Individuals may also enroll on their own but if
they want assistance there will be people trained
to help.”
Uninsured, under-insured, and people who
have previously been denied coverage will re-
ceive help never before available, according to
both Ms. Jenks and Ms. Yaroch.
“Thirty two million Americans who could not
get health insurance will now be helped,” noted
Ms. Jenks.
“When the dust settles Americans will look
back and ultimately say it is a good
thing.”
Studies from other states, including
California and New York, have shown
that individual premiums are actually
falling and the subsidies to help
poorer individuals are having a posi-
tive impact, according to recent re-
ports.
Already there has been a positive
impact on hospital and health care
costs, the Charlevoix Area Hospital
CEO added.
“We are seeing a bending of the
health care costs curve where in the
past they have done nothing but esca-
late. We will now be paid for quality
and out-comes not volume. We will be
penalized if hospital readmission
rates are too high. Physicians will be
encouraged to not duplicate tests and to think
twice before ordering inappropriate tests.
“Electronic health records will bring portabil-
ity. For example, your doctor in Florida will see
the exact same records as your doctor in
Charlevoix, ultimately saving the whole system
money.”
The informational forum on September 16,
(6:30 pm) at the Charlevoix Public Library (Com-
munity Rooms), is designed to provide vital infor-
mation to everyone in the community. Time will
be allowed for the many questions people will
have. A non-partisan event, it is being hosted by
the Charlevoix Democratic Party.
“Many people are confused and frightened and
are hearing way too much political rhetoric.
Health care should not be political,” states Kris
Busk, local party chairperson.
“We hope everyone with a question, everyone
with concerns or doubts, will come listen to these
two experts.”
WHERE:
WHEN:
Charlevoix
Public Library
Community Room
Monday,
September 16
6:30PM
By Krystal Johnson
EAST JORDAN—East Jor-
dan EMS plans to move for-
ward with the replacement of
an ambulance chassis to
bring new life to an old rig,
while offering cost savings of
$30K.
At the September 3 meeting
of the East Jordan city com-
mission, commissioners
agreed to participate in the
replacement of an ambulance
chassis and sign an interim
agreement for the $127,886
purchase.
During recent meetings of
the East Jordan EMS Author-
ity Steering Committee, the
committee began looking at
the condition and mileage of
the city’s four ambulances. It
came to their attention that
Unit 54 Alpha-1, a 2001 ambu-
lance, has 190K miles on it
and should be considered for
replacement.
While the city and town-
ships are currently working
together to form an ambu-
lance authority, the new en-
tity will not become effective
until April 1, 2015, pending
voter approval and collection
of its first millage. The city
and township representatives
of the committee do not feel
that the ambulance in ques-
tion will be safe to run in its
current state until that time.
EMS director Jay Peck said
it quickly became a question
of ambulance replacement
versus chassis replacement.
To purchase a new ambulance
would cost roughly $160K,
whereas it would cost just
under $130K to install the ex-
isting box of the ambulance
on a new chassis.
“We’re talking 30 thousand
[dollars],” said Peck. “If we
can save 30 now and 30 down
the road…now we’re at 60
thousand [dollars] towards a
new [ambulance].”
Peck said they have spoken
with most of the other town-
ships, and they have been in
agreement to move forward
with the new chassis.
“Once all seven municipali-
ties adopt the interim agree-
East Jordan EMS to
re-chassis old rig, saving
city and townships $30K
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Helen Ann Arman, 92
Helen Ann Arman formerly of
Boyne Falls and Petoskey, died Mon-
day, Sept. 9, 2013, at Bay Bluffs of Har-
bor Springs.
Helen’s life will be remembered and
celebrated during a funeral Mass at
10:30 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 12, at St.
Francis Xavier Catholic Church.
Friends are welcome to pay respects
on Thursday morning in the church
gathering space beginning at 9:30 a.m.
Interment will take place within
Greenwood Cemetery.
Mary Lou Davis, 64
Mary Lou Davis of East Jordan en-
tered the Kingdom of Heaven on
Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013, in Grand
Rapids.
The funeral service will be noon
Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013, at the Penzien
Funeral Homes Inc. in East Jordan.
The family will receive friends from
11 a.m. until the time of service on
Saturday.
Robert E. Hoeksema, 69
Robert E. Hoeksema of Kalkaska
died Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013, at Mun-
son Medical Center in Traverse City.
Visitation took place 4-7 p.m. Sun-
day at Hastings Funeral Home in
Ellsworth.
The funeral service was Monday,
Sept. 9, at the Ellsworth Christian Re-
formed Church with the Rev. Alex D.
Snider officiating. Burial in Atwood
Cemetery.
Jean Limron, 91
(deC. 6, 1921 - SePt. 4, 2013)
Jean Limron of Boyne City passed
away Sept. 4, 2013.
Jean was born on Dec. 6, 1921, in
Prescott, Mich., to Arthur and Lela
(Arnold) MacLean. She attended 12
grades of school in Prescott and three
years at Hurley Nursing School in
Flint.
While in nursing school, she met
her husband, Fay Limron, and they
were married Aug. 3, 1941. They
raised their family in the Flint area
where Fay worked at General Motors
Buick Plant. Jean’s career was nurs-
ing and she later worked as clerk for
Mount Morris Township. She was
also the past president of the Ameri-
can Legion Auxiliary Post 3087. Upon
retirement, they moved to the Boyne
City area.
Jean and Fay loved the outdoors
and enjoyed many years of camping,
fishing, hunting, traveling and pick-
ing berries and morel mushrooms in
their woods. When Fay passed away
in 2004, Jean continued attending the
senior center, American Legion,
weekly card club, music in the park
and church. She loved to socialize and
get together with family and friends.
In 2012, she moved to The Brook in
Boyne City where she became a
beloved member of that family.
Jean is survived by four daughters,
Linda (James) Felton of Boyne City,
Diane (Leonard) Nowak of Indian
River, Betty (Richard) Austin of Du-
rand and Judy (Steve) Travis of Col-
orado Springs; 10 grandchildren, 16
great-grandchildren; and sisters-in-
law, Iva Dell MacLean and Dottie
MacLean. She was preceded in death
by her mother and father; husband,
Fay; daughter, Janet; and brothers,
Norman and Donald.
Thank you to the staff of The
Brook and Hospice of Michigan for
the loving care, kindness and encour-
agement provided to Jean and our
family.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be
made to the Boyne City Senior Center,
American Legion, or Walloon Lake
Community Church.
A celebration of Jean’s life was
Monday, Sept. 9, at the Walloon Lake
Community Church.
Family and friends wishing to
share a thought or memory of Jean
are encouraged to do so online at
www.stonefuneralhomeinc.com.
Angeline G. Borths, 88
(deC. 22, 1924 - aug. 31, 2013)
Angeline G. Borths of Charlevoix
passed away Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013, at
Charlevoix Area Hospital.
Funeral Mass was Thursday, Sept.
5, at St. Mary’s Church in Charlevoix,
with burial in St. Mary’s Cemetery.
Born Dec. 22, 1924, in Renovo, Pa., to
John G. and Carmella (Grieco) Poleto,
she graduated from St. Joseph High
School in Renovo on June 10, 1943.
She served with the U.S. Army Air
Corps during World War II from 1945-
46.
On Sept. 30, 1948, she married
Henry D. Borths in Manitowoc, Wis.,
where they made their home until
moving to Charlevoix in 1967, when
Henry came to work at the start-up
Medusa Portland Cement Company.
Henry preceded her in death Feb. 17,
1975.
Angeline was a member of St.
Mary’s Church in Charlevoix, and
served as president of Charlevoix
VFW Auxiliary. She was a movie buff,
and enjoyed going to the casinos. She
regularly sponsored her son’s bowling
team, and ran for Charlevoix City
Council in 1974. Most of all, she loved
being with her grandchildren.
She is survived by her children,
Mike (Darlene) Borths of Charlevoix,
Carmella (Earl) Grams of East Jor-
dan, John (Maryann) Borths, Bob
(Cooky) Borths, all of Charlevoix,
Margaret (Jim) Werden of Alanson,
Charley (Doris) Borths of Marshfield,
Wis., James (Cathy) Borths of Tampa,
Fla., Regina (Richard) Stearns of
Northport, Richard Borths of
Charlevoix, Joe (Cathy) Borths of
Stevensville, Connie (Todd) Eggers of
Ellsworth; 29 grandchildren; 28 great-
grandchildren; one great-great-grand-
child; sister, Dorothy Rathsack, of
Manitowoc; and brother, Charlie Po-
leto, of Renovo.
Angeline was preceded in death by
a brother, Angelo Poleto; brother-in-
law, Leroy Rathsack; son-in-law, Ken-
neth Himebauch; and grandson, Kyle
Anthony Borths.
Memorial contributions may be
made to the family of Angeline
Borths or for Masses.
Sign Angeline’s guestbook at win-
chesterfuneralhome.com.
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Chamber Ambassador
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contender Ior the Cham-
ber's Business oI the
Year Award. This presti-
gious award is presented
at the Chamber's Annual
Awards Reception. We
are proud to present to
you the September Busi-
ness oI the Month:
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SIeve SeeIy, Vice Chair
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$20,000 cash. Purchase your tickets today for
a chance to win and you will also get free ad-
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19th from 6 to 9pm at Fox Motors in Charlevoix.
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tainment and cash bar. Tickets are just $100
each or 3 for $200. Contact the Chamber today!
· Downtown Charlevoix
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· Local non-profits offer delicious hot food and apple goodies galore
· Festive Farmer`s Market with fall harvest items and more
· Children`s activities in Bridge Park including: face painting, petting
farm, and pony rides
· Craft show featuring unique items perfect for holiday gifts
· 5k/1 mile foot race sponsored by the Charlevoix Kiwanis Club
Member Appreciation Picnic on Tap
Mark Your Calender for Tuesday, October 1 when the Chamber will
host our Annual Member Appreciation Picnic. Lunch will be served at
Noon at the Chamber office. As always, the event is free for members
and promises a fun and casual atmosphere to meet with your Chamber
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On Saturday, September 21st join
others at 9:30 am at the Ellsworth
Community Park Archery Range on
9020 Lake Street for the 4th Annual
Ellsworth Archery Tournament!
There will be a kids shoot, adult
fun/novice shoot, adult competitive
shoot, bare bow no site, bare com-
pound no site shoot and open class
compound shoot.
Join in for a day of friendly compe-
tition with your friends and family
in the great outdoors during the won-
derful early fall temperatures of
northern Michigan. The charming
village of Ellsworth is “Home of
Michigan’s Largest Public Archery
Range,” and the beautiful Ellsworth
Community Park is the perfect spot
to gather and join in the challenge
and fun of this highly anticipated an-
nual event.
The archery tournament is open to
bow handlers of all ages and skill
levels. Those who register will re-
ceive $5 gift certificate valid at sev-
eral shops in the Village of
Ellsworth.
Registration fees are:
- Youth 9 & Under and Ages 10-16
categories -  $10.00. There will be
bows available free of charge. Please
note that an adult must be present
for youths to compete in the shooting
contest. The 9 and under competition
will begin at 9:30 am and the ages 10
to 16 competition will begin at 10 am.
- Adult Novice - $15.00. This in-
cludes six drawing tickets for door
prizes along with entry into the
shooting contests. This competition
will begin at 10:30 am.  
- Open Class Compound Shoot -
$20.00. This includes six drawing
tickets for door prizes along with
entry into the shooting contests. This
competition will begin at 11 am.  
- Bare Bow (no sites) Shoot and
Compound (no sites) Shoot - $15.00.
This includes six drawing tickets
for door prizes along with entry into
the shooting contests. This competi-
tion will begin at 11:30 am.  
A Grand Finale will take place at
noon, and there is no fee for those en-
tered in any of the above divisions.
Vendors are welcome; contact
Hugh Campbell at 231-588-7411 or 231-
544-7189 for more information. See
you there!
*To contact Heather DeLong for any
comments, questions or concerns, she
can be reached at heather@weekly-
choice.com
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PhOtO.
East Jordan, MI - Promis-
ing a platform of fresh
ideas and a new open-door
approach to state gover-
nance, well-known East Jor-
dan resident Tony Cutler
announced his candidacy
for the 105th house seat. 
“It has been an honor and
a privilege to serve the resi-
dents of East Jordan these
past years, and I can think
of nothing greater than
continuing to work on
everyone’s behalf in the
House of Representatives,”
he announced.
Cutler, a Republican, has
emphasized the importance
of the future role Michi-
gan’s legislature in leading
a strong economic come-
back and reaching an im-
proved quality of life for the
Northern Michigan region.
“Our focus needs to con-
tinue to be on creating high
quality, high paying jobs for
our friends and family, by
identifying and capitalizing
on the unique and incredi-
ble economic climate we
have as a tourism, agricul-
tural, and educational hub
in this state.”
Cutler pledged to make
his campaign about people,
not politics. “We need repre-
sentation who won’t forget
their Northern Michigan
roots,” Cutler, 30, added.
Cutler will also be
strongly advocating for wise
and critical infrastructure
investments while remov-
ing redundancy and politi-
cal waste. “Michigan has to
be smarter about how we
approach these issues with-
out raising the burden on
our taxpayers and resi-
dents.
Cutler is currently the
deputy mayor of the City of
East Jordan and has previ-
ously served on the Board
of Review. He is a graduate
of Lake Superior State Uni-
versity where he earned de-
grees in finance and
economics and business ad-
ministration management. 
***
Tony Cutler currently
works for Boyne City High
School and Baker College
instructing Business, Mar-
keting, Management and
Personal Finance. In 2013
he served BCHS as a long
term sub teaching econom-
ics. And in 2011 was hired
by Charlevoix High School
to teach a section of Alge-
bra II to high school sopho-
mores and juniors.
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sHeriFFs DePt.
September 2-8, 2013
911 Hang Up Call ........................4
Abandoned Vehicle......................0
Abuse...........................................0
Alarm............................................6
Animal Complaint ......................11
Annoyance...................................1
Assault .........................................4
Assist Citizen ...............................4
Assist Motorist .............................1
Assist Other Agency ..................10
Attempt to Locate........................1
Attempted Suicide.......................0
Bank Alarm..................................0
Boating Accident .........................0
Boating Violation..........................0
Breaking & Entering.....................5
Car/Deer Accident .....................10
Citations Issued.........................25
Civil Complaint.............................6
Criminal Sexual Conduct .............1
Death ...........................................0
Disorderly Person ........................0
Disturbance..................................2
DNR Complaint............................0
Domestic Dispute ........................2
Driving Complaint ........................5
Fireworks Complaint....................0
Found Property............................2
Fraud............................................2
Health & Safety ............................2
Hit & Run......................................1
Intoxicated Person.......................2
Juvenile........................................1
Larceny ........................................7
Lockout........................................5
Lost Property ...............................0
Malicious Destruction of Property1
Mental Subject.............................0
Minor In Possession ....................0
Miscellaneous Criminal ..............20
Missing Person ............................0
Noise Complaint ..........................3
Operating Under the Influence ....2
Paper Service ..............................5
Parking Violation..........................0
Personal Injury Accident ............10
Personal Protection Order ...........1
Private Property Accident ............0
Property Check..........................30
Property Damage Accident..........3
Prowler.........................................0
Road Hazard................................4
Stalking........................................0
Suspicious Situation....................9
Threat...........................................0
Traffic Stop.................................74
Trespassing..................................2
Unknown Accident ......................0
Unlawful Driving Away of
Automobile...................................0
Vehicle in the Ditch ......................1
Violation of Controlled Substance
Act ...............................................1
bOYNe CitY
POLiCe DePt.
Monday, august 26, 2013
5:46am Citation issued for speed at
Lake and Michigan
7:20am Vehicle unlock in the Industrial
Park
7:30am Civil complaint in the 200 block
of E Water St
8:31am Probation violation in the 300
block of N Lake St
8:45am Found Yamaha key
8:45am Alarm in the 100 block of S Lake
St
9:23am Vehicle unlock in the 400 block
of N Lake St
13:08pm Report of lost lesson planning
book
1:45pm Parking complaint reported in
the 200 block of N Park St
1:48pm Suspicious situation in the 200
block of S Lake St
2:00pm Suspicious situation in the 800
block of Front St
5:59pm Juvenile complaint in the 1400
block of Pleasant Av
9:19pm PPO violation in the 600 block
of Adams St
9:57pm Assist to Sheriff Dept on 131
tuesday, august 27, 2013
8:18am Found bike turned into PD
8:38am Threats complaint
10:35am Suspicious photos and videos
being received on cell phone in the 300
block of Silver St
11:19am Suspicious subject reported in
the 300 block of E Division St
12:40pm Threats complaint received in
the 800 block of S Park St
8:00pm Arrested intoxicated subject for
parole violation
Wednesday, august 28, 2013
1:16am Arrested subject for OWI/OUID
and possession of marijuana. Arrested
second subject for MIP
8:15am Larceny reported in the 300
block of Front St
9:27am Fraud complaint from Fall Park
Rd
11:05am Parking complaint reported in
the 300 block of N Lake St
12:12pm Vehicle unlock in the 400 block
of N Lake St. Caller arrested on 2
outstanding warrants.
1:03pm Vehicle unlock on Beardsley St
1:16pm Attempted vehicle unlock on S
Park St
1:35pm Civil property dispute at Franklin
and Lewis
1:38pm Report of missing medications
from the 400 block of E Division St
2:20pm Report of missing purse from
the Farmer's Market
2:31pm Vehicle unlock in the 400 block
of N Lake St
4:40pm Suspicious situation in the 400
block of N Lake St
4:57pm Vehicle unlock in the 300 block
of E Water St
6:30pm Fraud complaint from the 300
block of E Division St
10:47pm Assist Sheriff Dept with rollover
accident on Old Horton Bay Rd
thursday, august 29, 2013
5:23am Intoxicated subject at Lake and
Pine Streets
8:22pm Bike found at Rotary Park
8:30pm Parking complaint in the 200
block of E Water St
9:27am Embezzlement reported in the
500 block of N Lake St
1:35pm Report of stolen boat from
North St
1:46pm Home invasion reported on E
Main St
2:10pm Found wallet turned in
3:00pm Salvage vehicle inspection
3:17pm Report of stolen meds from the
300 block of Hannah St
4:25pm General assist in the 300 block
of McLean
7:42pm Found mail turned into the PD
8:16pm Citation issued for disregarding
red light at Water and Park Streets
8:32pm Well being check in the 300
block of E Division St
9:32pm Assist Sheriff Dept with car deer
accident
10:55pm Arrested subject for Home
Invasion and Gross Indecency
Friday, august 30, 2013
6:31am Assist Sheriff Dept on M-75 S
1:15pm NSF check complaint from the
400 block of N Lake St
1:17pm Civil complaint reported from
the 400 block of Jefferson St
2:50pm Report of bear in the area of
Collings and Jefferson
3:05pm Disturbance reported in the 800
block of S Park St
3:20pmC itation issued for failing to
wear seat belt
6:05pm Report of trees down on
Wildwwod Harbor Rd
7:11pm Property damage accident at
Main and Park St
10:04pm Found wallet turned into PD.
Was returned to owner.
10:31pm Assist EMS in the 400 block of
N Lake St
10:47pm Assist EMS in the 800 block of
S Park St
Saturday, august 31, 2013
12:11am Attempted larceny of
crosswalk sign on N Lake St
12:46am Suspicious situation on N Lake
St
4:10am Barking dog reported in the 400
block of Mc Kinley St
11:50am Report of lost I phone at the
Farmer's Market
12:05pm Lost keys reported
1:14pm Hit & Run accident in Veteran's
Park
1:43pm Property damage accident on
Terrace St
4:57pm Subject warned for trespassing
3:00pm Animal complaint in Veteran's
Park
3:25pm Parking complaint in Veteran's
Park
4:11pm Private property damage
accident in the 400 block of N Lake St
9:07pm Report of stolen vehicle. Was
located. Caller forgot where it was parked.
Sunday, September 1, 2013
12:34am Subject warned for littering
1:00am Assisted Sheriff Dept on Deer
Lake Rd
1:40am Suspicious activity at the River
mouth
2:51am Well being cheek in the 400
block of E Division St
11:20pm Suspicious activity in the 400
block of N Lake St
11:31am Suspicious subject reported in
the 200 block of S Park St. Was waiting for
library to open.
11:42am Parking violation reported in
the 400 block of N Lake St
12:03pm Found wallet turned into PD.
Was returned to owner.
12:18pm Lost stolen license plate
reported.
12:44pm Lost ID reported
2:10pm Disturbance reported at
Charlevoix and Silver Streets
2:35pm Trespass complaint on
Beardsley St
2:47pm Dog growling at people on E
Water St
3:25pm Property damage accident
Michigan av and Robinson St
9:14pm Fireworks complaint on Terrace
St
10:56pmDriving complaint on N Lake St
Family thwarts home invasion
in Boyne City
The Boyne City Police responded to
a call of Home Invasion at approxi-
mately 4:15 this morning in the 1400
block of Pleasant Avenue.
A homeowner called 911and re-
ported that an intoxicated male had
broken their front door and entered
the residence. When the responding
officer arrived, he found the intruder
being detained in a chair by the male
homeowner. The homeowner had
armed himself with a hand gun and
ordered the intruder to sit there until
police arrived. The suspect was ar-
rested at the scene without further in-
cident. The responding officer found
the suspect to be highly intoxicated
and police believe he may have also
been using drugs. The suspect also
lives in Boyne City.
While the family was sleeping in the
house, the suspect apparently tried to
get in the back door and was unsuc-
cessful. He then went to the front of
the house, kicked in the door and en-
tered the front room. The homeowners
2 teenage children were awakened by
the sound of the intrusion and alerted
their parents. The parents confronted
the suspect in the front room.
Boyne City Police Chief Jeff Gaither
said that the homeowners showed
amazing composure and restraint in
the confrontation. Although this was a
scary experience for the homeowners
and their family, nobody was hurt.
This appears to be a random home
invasion and nothing was taken by the
suspect. There was damage to the
front door which had been deadbolt
locked.
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By tina Sundelius
ELLSWORTH—The small pri-
vate school located within the
limits of Ellsworth Village expe-
rienced a turnover in staff simi-
lar to that of the village’s public
schools this year. Upon arrival on
the first day of school last week,
students in grades third through
eighth were greeted by new
teachers at Ebenezer Christian
School.
The Preschool through eighth
grade Christian Worldview
school educates in a style similar
to the old one room classroom.”
Our teachers teach in a multi-age
classroom in which all students
are part of the instruction and
have an opportunity to be in-
volved in advanced learning. Be-
cause of the blended classrooms,
students learn to become inde-
pendent workers, and problems
solvers which challenge them ac-
ademically and socially,” said
Ebenezer Administrator Sarah
Essenberg. The school has been
operating in Ellsworth for the
last 70 years and follows the state
mandated Common Core curricu-
lum with a faith based perspec-
tive. “Our students have been
very successful academically and
our highly qualified staff is very
innovative and creative within
the classroom,” she said.
Jeannine Sladick, the new high
energy third and fourth grade
teacher, is a perfect example of
the innovative and creative staff
Essenberg was speaking of. She
has prior teaching experience at
East Jordan Elementary School
and Concord Academy Antrim
and has received a Bachelor of
Arts in Elementary Education
from Spring Arbor University.
She taught the K-12 dance at Con-
cord as well as after school dance
and for the traditional percussive
dance company, Dance Attack.
“Movement and dance have been
my passion for many years, fuel-
ing my energy for many collabo-
rative projects involving the
academic and arts teachers in
our building. Though it is no
longer the sole focus of my teach-
ing, I do hope to incorporate pur-
poseful movement into our
classroom to enhance learning.
It’s not just a fun way to learn, it
is the most effective way or
brains retain information,” said
Sladick.
She has five children, Peter 25,
Ehren, 22, Briana 20, Isaiah 17,
and Simon 15, and has lived in
East Jordan since 2003. Sladick
has successfully integrated aca-
demic subjects into the dance
curriculum for students in
grades K-12 throughout her ca-
reer. “The acquired experience
in dance added the necessary ele-
ment of creativity every teacher
must display in the classroom.
This has allowed me to design
creative memorable lessons to
meet the multiple intelligences of
students across the curriculum,”
she said. Most of her lessons in-
corporate a variety of manipula-
tives and brain-compatible
activities. She explained that one
of her greatest strengths is creat-
ing lesson plans that actively in-
volve the students and keep their
attention. “I also feel strongly
that affirming every student
throughout the day as they build
their self-confidence must be a
top priority,” she said.
Sladick’s favorite subjects have
always been the arts and espe-
cially dance but when pressed to
choose an academic she chose
math. “I love teaching math and
coming up with fun active ways
to engage students but I also
enjoy guiding students to becom-
ing better readers and writers. It
is extremely rewarding to watch
them gain confidence and a sense
of accomplishment as their skills
improve so they can truly com-
prehend what they read and then
convey their thoughts in their
own published works,” she said.
Fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth
graders were greeted by Natalie
Malpass and her circle of power
and respect. She comes to
Ebenezer with a Bachelor’s de-
gree in communications from De-
Paul University and a Masters de-
gree in education from Arizona
State University. “During my two
years in Phoenix I taught 4th
grade and truly fell in love with
teaching,” said Malpass. She
moved to Chicago to join a team
of passionate teachers and start a
new charter school in the city
that focused on creating a rigor-
ous college prep academic pro-
gram to help prepare students to
be the first generation in their
families to go to college. There
she taught kindergarten and first
grade. “After teaching for 5 years,
I moved into administration and
worked on curriculum develop-
ment, teacher coaching, and pro-
fessional development,” she said.
Malpass is a recent transplant
to Northern Michigan having
just moved to East Jordan where
her husband’s extended family
lives, in July. She has been mar-
ried for 6 years to husband,
Matthew and the couple’s imme-
diate family includes a golden re-
triever, Hanzel, and Bailey, a
poodle mix. “We are happy to be
here in such a beautiful place
with his family so nearby,” she
said. Malpass was attracted to
Ebenezer because of its great
word of mouth reputation.
“Everyone speaks highly of the
quality of education children get
there. The students are wonderful
and come from great families,”
she said. She also likes the small
class size and multiage set up.
Her goal is to push her students
to work harder and think more
critically, but understands that
every student should feel a great
sense of accomplishment with
how much they grow in a year. “I
am hoping to support students to
take charge of their own learning
and push themselves to be the
best they can,” she said. 
The school will be incorporat-
ing some other changes as
well.  “I’m excited to have both
Natalie and Jeanine here at
Ebenezer as I feel they are both
bringing new ideas and teaching
strategies from their past experi-
ences not only into their own
classroom, but the others as well.
They are both strong leaders who
have a passion for teaching that
was clear the first week of
school. We will also be using
Lucy Calkins new writing pro-
gram for the whole school, which
is new to the school this year,”
said Essenberg. 
Ebenezer Christian School Hires New Staff
Jeannine Sladick and Natalie Malpass


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It is a well-recognized name that
symbolizes services and programs
that provide a means for people in
need to get back on their feet and re-
gain their treasured independence.
Goodwill has been around since 1902,
when a Boston area Methodist Minis-
ter named Rev. Edgar Helms began
collecting used household goods and
clothing, and hired those who were
down on their luck to mend and re-
pair those goods for resale. Here in
Northern Michigan, Goodwill opened
their doors at Asgard Enterprises in
1972, and today the non-profit organi-
zation offers vocational, housing,
transportation, nutritional and fam-
ily strengthening programs across
the region.
Goodwill also continues to offer
gently used clothing, household
items, books, home décor accessories
and more at their Retail and Dona-
tion Centers. In our area, centers are
located in Petoskey and Gaylord, em-
ploying a total of 34 people, utilizing
proceeds from sales at each location
to help support programs throughout
Northern Michigan that help people
overcome barriers to independence.
“Part of our business model is also
being ‘green,’” observes Ruth Blick,
Director of Marketing and Communi-
cations for Goodwill Industries of
Northern Michigan. “Everything
that is donated to our stores is either
reduced, reused or recycled. Items
that come in that don’t meet quality
standards go thru our salvage pro-
gram. We are also in partnership
with Dell Reconnect and we accept all
types of computer equipment and re-
cycle those items. Many people don’t
realize that a computer monitor can
contain up to a pound of lead. We are
able to safely recycle those units.”
Goodwill also recycles metal items,
cardboard, purses, belts, shoes, books
and clothing. The gently used items
on the sales floor follow a rotation
model where they are on display for
four weeks a regular price, then half-
off for a week, then reduced per item
to 99-cents for adult sizes and 49-cents
for children sizes, and those items
are finally recycled if not sold.
“So there are always items at sale
prices when someone visits our
store,” observes Ruth Blick. “People
want to see different items on display
when they visit us. Thousands of
items are regularly coming in and
going out of our stores.”
Submitting items for donation is
easy. Each location has a drive up do-
nation center, open 7 days a week,
and members of the Goodwill team
will happily unload items from the
donator’s vehicle.
The 6,000 square foot Goodwill Re-
tail and Donation Center at 1361
Pineview Drive in Gaylord is open
Monday through Saturday from 9 am
to 7 pm, and Sunday from 11am until
6 pm. The 6,700 square foot Goodwill
Retail and Donation Center at 1600
Anderson Road in Petoskey is open
Monday through Saturday from 9 am
to 8 pm, and Sunday from 11am until
6 pm.
For additional information, visit
www.goodwillnmi.org
Goodwill Retail & Distribution Centers
in petoskey and Gaylord
aBOve: the 6,700 square foot goodwill re-
tail and donation Center in Petoskey is lo-
cated at 1600 anderson road. PhOtO By
dave Baragrey Sr.
aBOve: the 6,000 square foot goodwill re-
tail and donation Center in gaylord is lo-
cated at 1361 Pineview drive. PhOtO By
JiM aKaNS
Sarah Chojnacki was named
Branch Manager/Loan Officer
for the Petoskey – North office lo-
cated on East Mitchell Road. Cho-
jnacki has served as a loan officer
since 2005 and recently cele-
brated her ten year anniversary
with Bay Winds. Her community
involvement includes assisting
with the organization of the
United Way’s Instant Wine Cellar
event and volunteering with
Petoskey’s Festival on the Bay
and the Petoskey Area Jaycees
Annual 5K Run. “Sarah’s expert-
ise and community involvement
made her a logical choice for this
position,” said BWFCU Presi-
dent/CEO David Leusink. “She
prides herself on delivering high-
quality service to our members.”
Chojnacki can be reached by call-
ing 231.547.3913 or via email at
schojnacki@baywindsfcu.com.
Stephen A. Daly has been pro-
moted to the position of Loan Of-
ficer. A lifelong Petoskey
resident, Daly worked previously
in BayWinds’ accounting depart-
ment. He currently volunteers
with the Petoskey Area Jaycees
and was recently admitted into
the prestigious Leadership Little
Traverse program. “Stephen has
demonstrated a solid grasp of
lending and continues to distin-
guish himself as a quick learner
and talented member of our loan
department,” Leusink com-
mented. “He is conscientious and
possesses an extremely high de-
gree of professionalism.” Daly
currently works out of the
Charlevoix office, but may serve
in several BWFCU branches as
future member lending needs dic-
tate. Daly may be reached by call-
ing 231.547.3918 or emailing
sdaly@baywindsfcu.com.
Bay Winds federal Credit Union announces promotions
bay Winds Federal Credit union is pleased to announce the promotion of two valued team members.
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September 12, 2013 Charlevoix County News • Page 7A
bOYNe CitY
State of Community luncheon
The Boyne Area Cham-
ber’s fifth annual State of
the Community luncheon
will be held Sept. 12. Those
who attend will get a first-
hand update on highlights
of the past year for our
city, county, schools and
downtown. You’ll meet and
greet business and civic
leaders. You’ll have a great
lunch in a beautiful lake-
side setting. This year’s
event will be held at Som-
merset Pointe from 12 noon
to 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12.
The public is welcome and
invited to attend. Admis-
sion is $25, which includes
salad, entree, dessert, bev-
erage, tax and gratuity.
Table sponsorships, which
include eight seats, table
sign and introductions at
the event, are available for
$250. A crowd of more than
100 attended last year. To
register, call the Chamber
at 231-582-6222; online pay-
ment and registration will
be available soon.
bOYNe CitY
Spaghetti dinner
The dinner will be held
from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Satur-
day, Sept. 14 at St.
Matthew’s Catholic Church
in Boyne City. Dinner In-
cludes: Homemade
Spaghetti, salad, vegeta-
bles, rolls, desserts and
beverages. Cost is by dona-
tion and all proceeds go to
Baraga Broadcasting
Catholic Radio.
CHarLeVOiX
Back Porch
Drive south, from the
Traverse City area, will
open the 6th season of the
Back Porch Coffeehouse in
Charlevoix on Saturday,
September 14th.
PetOsKeY
College cookout
The public is invited to
North Central Michigan
College’s 16th annual cook-
out on Sunday, Sept. 15
from noon to 3 p.m. on the
Petoskey campus. The
cookout is a fundraising
event for the North Central
Michigan College Founda-
tion Scholarship Fund.
Participants will have a
picnic-style lunch, be en-
tertained by the Jelly Roll
Blues Band and have a
chance to participate in a
silent auction and bake
sale. Games, a bounce
house and other entertain-
ment will be available for
children of all ages. Tick-
ets are available on the
Petoskey campus in Stu-
dent Services or the fitness
center. Ticket prices are $8
per person. Children five
and under eat free. The
Cookout is sponsored by
Meijer, Inc., Petoskey
News-Review and Tannery
Creek Meats.
CHarLeVOiX
girl Scout recruitment night
We are having a girl re-
cruitment night on Mon-
day, September 16th at the
Charlevoix Elementary
School from 7-8 p.m. Inter-
ested families could con-
tact Amy at 231-544-2714 to
be placed with a troop if
they are unable to attend
the recruitment night.
CHarLeVOiX & east
JOrDaN
New grandparents and great
grandparents
Landon Micah Hughes
born 8/30/2013 at 8:47pm.
9lbs 8.3oz, 22 inches long to
Dillon Scott and Kathryn
Hughes of Hanesville, Ga.
(Dillon is in the Army sta-
tioned in the Afghanistan)
Grandparents are John Jr.
and Renetta Haggard of
Waslia, Alaska and
Michelle and Tracy Riech
of East Jordan. Jo Carras
and John Carras of Kings-
land Ga. Great Grandpar-
ents are John and Phyllis
Haggard and Greg and Lor-
rie Hughes of Charlevoix
and Audrey Mock of Black-
shear, Ga. Landon and
mother doing good and
looking forward to come
north with Dillon for
Christmas this year.
CHarLeVOiX
Car raffle
Car Raffle tickets are
now available! This year
the Chamber will be raf-
fling a 2014 Mustang Con-
vertible OR $20,000. Tickets
are 1 for $100 or 3 for $200
and available on a first
come first served basis.
The car will be raffled off
at our annual party on Sep-
tember 19th at Fox Motors;
you need not be present to
win. For more info or to
purchase your tickets come
to the chamber office or
call 231-547-2101.
east JOrDaN
New hours
Raven Hill Discovery
Center is open Noon to 4
pm on Saturdays, 2 pm to 4
pm on Sundays. Open extra
hours over holidays and al-
ways by appointment
bOYNe CitY
tailgate party
The Boyne City Booster
Foundation is planning a
tailgate party fundraiser at
5:30pm Friday Sept. 20, for
the Ramblers’ first home
football game against Har-
bor Springs. Pulled Pork
sandwiches and sides will
be $7 for adults and $5 for
children. The boosters will
also be having the Ping-
Pong Ball drop at the end of
the game. Tickets are $5 for
a chance to win $2,000 for
first prize and $500 for sec-
ond prize. Only 2,000 tick-
ets will be sold. Tickets are
available the next two Sat-
urdays at Glen’s Market, at
Ralph Gillett’s office and
the night of the football
game.
eLLsWOrtH
Chuck Wagon ride
The Front Porch Min-
istries will hold a trail ride
at Timber Ridge Ranch,
8884 Atwood Road on Satur-
day, September 21. All
funds will benefit the Front
Porch Ministries. Early
bird sign up special is
$40.00 per rider and is due
by August 31, 2013. For
more information and reg-
istration form visit
http://www.front-
porchellsworth.org
CHarLeVOiX COuNtY
Crop walk
The Charlevoix County
CROP Hunger Walk, which
will take place on Saturday,
September 28, 9am from
Whiting Park in Boyne
City, Charlevoix Middle
School and Elm Pointe in
East Jordan will benefit 6
local ministries in our
local communities. This
year’s walk is in honor of
past and present walkers.
Our goal is to raise $30,000
and have over 130 walkers.
For more information, you
may contact Mary Rich-
wine in Boyne City @ 582-
6035, John Young in
Charlevoix at 547-2042 and
Marge Teske in East Jor-
dan 536-3128 or please visit
the website www.church-
worldservice.org or
www.cropwalk.org. CROP
Hunger Walks, ending
hunger one step at a time!
CHarLeVOiX COuNtY
dinner 4 Paws to benefit
humane Society Sept. 28
On Saturday, Sept. 28,
folks all over the area will
host dinner parties, invit-
ing their friends to a bene-
fit for the Charlevoix Area
Humane Society. The par-
ties can be themed, fancy
or just a potluck. Also,
some area restaurants will
be also hosting parties
with special dinner rates
with a portion of the bill to
benefit the CAHS. Guests
should be informed ahead
of time that the dinner is a
fundraising event for the
Humane Society and, at
some point during the din-
ner parties, the host will
solicit a donation from
each guest. Party starting
times can be varied; how-
ever, at 8pm all partici-
pants are invited to a grand
afterglow party at the
Charlevoix Country Club’s
newly remodeled historic
Shanahan Barn. At the Af-
terglow, we will have
desserts prepared by area
restaurants. There, we will
tally and celebrate the
fundraising results with
cocktails and dancing to
the live music of The Mis-
stery Spot band, featuring
Lisa Knight on vocals, with
a mix of classic rock, pop,
and new favorites, sure to
get you on the dance floor.
Thanks to entertainment
sponsor Classic Instru-
ments. Call the Humane
Society at 231-582-6774 to
register your party and es-
timated guest count, or
send an email to
pets@charlevoixhumane.org.
east JOrDaN
5k trail run/Walk
Fall Color 5k Trail
Run/Walk and Family Fun
Run. September 28 at East
Jordan High School. Pro-
ceeds from run/walk will
be split between scholar-
ship fund and girls volley-
ball team. Registration
forms available at First
Choice Physical Therapy,
East Jordan Area Chamber
of Commerce Office or on
line at
http://www.firstchoicept.c
om. If you have questions
please contact Anne at 231-
536-2168
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JOrDaN, bOYNe FaLLs
Fall Color Cruise
Saturdays, Sept. 28, Oct. 5
& 12 - 5th Annual Breeze-
way Fall Color Cruises
CHarLeVOiX
Oktoberfest
Saturday, September 28
The Fall Extravaganza of
Charlevoix Oktoberfest is
being planned for Saturday
September 28th. Oktober-
fest activities start at noon
on Saturday and will last
into the evening. Oktober-
fest is a Fall party for fami-
lies and friends to come
and celebrate the beauty of
Fall in Northern Michigan.
Oktoberfest events will in-
clude food and beverage
booths, music, kid’s games,
adult games and the fa-
mous Wiener Dog Parade
and Races. Oktoberfest will
be held on Mason Street
and the Public Parking lot
on the north side of Mason
Street. The Oktoberfest
committee is inviting area
Non-Profit Organizations
and Clubs to operate a food,
beverage or game booth.
There is no charge for your
group to participate and all
proceeds are yours to keep!
There will be a limited
number of spaces avail-
able. If your group would
like to participate in Okto-
berfest please contact
Margie Tamminga via
email at
margieupnorth@gmail.co
m or cell phone 231-675-2498
by Monday September
16th.
bOYNe CitY
Country music concert
The Boyne City Fire-
fighters Association pres-
ents Wade Hayes with
special guest Kalisa Ewing
at the Boyne City High
School Performing Arts
Center, at 3 and 6:30 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 29. Tickets
are $25 and are available at
the Boyne Area Chamber
office, 28 S. Lake St. Call
231-225-0275 for further in-
formation.
east JOrDaN
Cyclocross
Sunday, Sept. 29 - 2nd An-
nual Cyclocross on the
Breezeway - East Jordan
Community Park
bOYNe CitY
Country Music Spectacular
Sept. 29 - Boyne City
Firefighters annual Coun-
try Music Spectacular fea-
turing Wade Hayes at the
Boyne City High School
Performing Arts Center, 3
and 6:30 p.m. Tickets are
$25, call 231 225-0275.
bOYNe CitY
Computer classes
Free computer classes
are held at the Boyne Dis-
trict Library at 10am every
Friday. Classes are tailored
to your skill level, beginner
to advanced. Help is avail-
able for iPads and the new
Windows 8. For informa-
tion, call the Library 582-
7861.
east JOrDaN
Christian coffee house
Open Door Christian cof-
fee house will be held every
first and third Saturday of
each month at the East Jor-
dan senior center from 7:30
- 9:30pm. Enjoy hymns,
southern gospel and praise
music. Free admission.
bOYNe CitY
Farmers market
The Boyne City Farmers
Market is open from 8am to
noon every Wednesday and
Saturday in Veterans Park.
bOYNe CitY
harvest Fest
Oct. 5 Harvest Fest in-
cludes farmers, music,
crafts and fun. Boyne City
will again celebrate its au-
tumn bounty at the Har-
vest Festival Saturday, Oct.
5. The event brings music,
crafts and fall produce to
the downtown from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Portions of Water
and Lake streets will be
closed to traffic. The Farm-
ers Market will move from
Veterans Park to Water and
Lake streets for the event.
Folk art demonstrations
feature a variety of ex-
hibitors, including a broom
maker and blacksmith.
There will also be an arts
and crafts show. Hayrides
start at 10 a.m. and there
will also be children’s
games and pumpkin paint-
ing, and more in the main
festival area. The festival is
sponsored by the Boyne
City Main Street Program
and the Boyne Area Cham-
ber. More than 40 scare-
crows will be displayed
around downtown from
late September until Hal-
loween. Cafe Sante is plan-
ning three days of
Oktoberfest German
music, food and drinks. 7
MUSICAL PERFORMERS
will be featured from 10am
to 4pm during the Harvest
Festival on two stages in
the downtown. For more
information, call (231) 582-
6222 or visit www.boyne-
harvestfestival.com.
bOYNe CitY
great Pumpkin run
Bring your dogs and
comfortable shoes to the
Great Pumpkin Run 5K
held in Boyne City in con-
junction with the Harvest
Festival on Saturday, Oct. 5.
Friendly, on-leash dogs are
invited to this family
walk/run event to support
the Charlevoix Area Hu-
mane Society. The Great
Pumpkin Run helps home-
less animals wishing for
families. Day-of-race regis-
tration starts at 7 a.m. in
Sunset Park, behind the
Boyne Area Chamber of-
fice. The race starts on
Front St. and goes along
the Lake Shore toward Ad-
vance and returns on the
same route. A race t-shirt
in the proper size is guar-
anteed to participants who
register before Sept. 17.
Shirts are available for the
first 150 runners who regis-
ter. Pre-registration is $20,
day-of-race registration is
$25; children’s registration
is $10. To register online,
complete the registration
form and return it to run-
fortheirlives@charter.net,
then pay by credit card at
the following link:
http://www.charlevoix-
humane.org/support/on-
line-donations. Or, you can
register by mail or in per-
son at the Humane Society,
614 Beardsley St., Boyne
City, MI 49712. If you are
not a walker or runner but
would like to help, the race
committee is looking for
sign sponsors, employers to
sponsor employee partici-
pants, and volunteers. For
further information email
Jamie Baumann at run-
fortheirlives@charter.net
or call (231) 675-8792.
CHarLeVOiX
My Michigan
The Charlevoix Circle of
Arts and the Charlevoix
Photography Club present
My Michigan photography
exhibition. The photos will
be on display until Oct. 6.
Photography is focused on
the beauty of our state.
Opening reception Aug. 29,
5:30 - 7:30pm. The Circle of
Arts is located at 109 Clin-
ton St.
CHarLeVOiX
adult art Classes
Cal Kempainnen, Winner
of 2013 Venetian Painting
Will teach landscapes at
the Charlevoix Circle of
Arts Oct 10th & 11th, 5:00 to
9:00 pm. Cost is $100
east JOrDaN
Fall color plane ride
Saturday, Oct. 12 - Rotary
Fall Color Tour PLANE
Rides, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM,
EJ Airport, $20/person
east JOrDaN
Pumpkin Festival
Saturday, Oct. 19 - 4th An-
nual Pumpkin Festival -
Featuring “Full Circle”
from 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM in
the bandshell (sponsored
by EJ Plastics, Inc.),
Twister Joe Sponsored by
Charlevoix State Bank,
Pumpkin Pie Contest by
Save-A-Lot of East Jordan.
east JOrDaN
east Jordan remembers 2
A project is now under-
way to compile a second col-
lection of historical
remembrances of East Jor-
dan. Tentative plans are to
publish this second volume
in spring 2014 in the form of
an interesting and educa-
tional book that would be il-
lustrated with many photos.
The committee coordinating
this project is currently so-
liciting stories and photos
for the book and has issued
an open invitation to anyone
who would like to con-
tribute. Of particular inter-
est is the Tourist Park/Camp
and Sportsman’s Park;
Charlevoix Co. Fairgrounds;
the pickle, cigar and gum
factories; Canners independ-
ent basketball team; and
East Jordan Airport. The
deadline for all stories and
photos is November 1, 2013.
Stories and photos can be
sent to East Jordan Histori-
cal Society, PO Box 1355,
East Jordan MI 49727. Ques-
tions can be referred to
Agnes Clark, chairperson,
231-536-2163.
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The Landing Restaurant owners Preston Parish and Bob Berg stand on the docks that welcome boaters to the only
restaurant that will serve them on their boats, during a celebration and ribbon cutting in honor of the restaurants open-
ing Monday, September 9.  Although most people didn’t even realize that it had been closed, after sixteen years, previous
owners Lyle Miller and Tom Sherridan had decided to close down the restaurant and turn the property into a luxury
motor home complex this past fall. Berg and Parish were able to purchase and open the restaurant in time for Memorial
Day weekend. “We were so busy right out of the gate we hadn’t had time for the ribbon cutting,” said Parish. “This sum-
mer has exceeded all of our expectations, here we are still busy and it’s after Labor Day,” said Berg. Hors d’oeuvres, live
music and perfect weather made the celebration a success.
Ribbon Cutting at The Landings
Next week someone will drive
home in a sleek and shiny 2014 Ford
Mustang Convertible or have an
extra $20,000 spending money in
their pocket.
With this in mind, we hope you
will join us for the Charlevoix
Chamber of Commerce 23rd Annual
Car Raffle. The Raffle Drawing
Party is scheduled for Thursday,
September 19th from 6 to 9pm at Fox
Motors in Charlevoix.
This year the Charlevoix Cham-
ber of Commerce is raffling off a
grabber blue 2014 Ford Mustang
Convertible with leather interior.
While only one lucky winner will
drive home with a new car, second
place will receive $500 and third
place will receive $250. You need not
be present to win.
Tickets are on sale for $100 each
or three for $200. Only 899 tickets are
available. They will be sold up until
an hour before the event while they
last.
Each ticket admits two to the
evening’s raffle party which in-
cludes dinner catered by Grey
Gables Restaurant, door prize give-a-
ways provided by area merchants, a
cash bar and front row seats to the
action.
Purchase the winning ticket
today by contacting the Charlevoix
Chamber of Commerce at
231.547.2101 or e-mail
ferguson@charlevoix.org.
Last Chance to Win at the Chamber Car Raffle
The Norwood Area
Historical Society will
present the all-star ad-
venture classic The
Spoilers Wednesday, Sep-
tember 18 at dusk at the
Old Schoolhouse in the
Village of Norwood.
This 1942 oscar-nomi-
nated movie version of
the popular 1905 Rex
Beach novel stars a
young John Wayne, Mar-
lene Dietrich, and Ran-
dolph Scott.
Adventure author Rex
Beach was born in At-
wood, Michigan in 1877.
His contemporaries in-
clude Jack London and
Zane Grey. Twenty-seven
of Beach’s stories and
novels became successful
Hollywood movies,
and The Spoilers was
filmed four times be-
tween 1920 and 1950.
The novel and movie
are based on true events
witnessed by Beach in
Alaska. Miner Roy Glen-
nister (John Wayne) and
his partner Dextry, fi-
nanced by saloon enter-
tainer Cherry Malotte
(Marlene Deitrich), fight
to save their gold claim
from crooked commis-
sioner Alexander McNa-
mara.
Weather permitting
the movie will be shown
outdoors, inside if the
weather is inclement.
Movie runtime is 87 min-
utes. A five dollar dona-
tion is suggested.
Members are free. Movie
snacks will be pro-
vided. More at www.nor-
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norwood history Movie night
at the old Schoolhouse
Sunday, September 15th
at 1pm. Meet at the
Rogers Rd. Landing in
East Jordan. FREE, fam-
ily-friendly. For more in-
formation contact the
Wagbo Farm at 231-536-
0333 or info@wagbo.org.
Bring your own boat
and life vests and float
the Jordan! Meet new
families who share their
love of our freshwater
and the great outdoors
while we float from
Rogers Rd. downstream
into town. We’ll be on the
lookout for wildlife and
swimmin’ holes and signs
of impending autumn
with Wagbo’s Resident
Naturalist .
Canoe rental is avail-
able from Jordan Valley
Outfitters (231-536-0006).
Call to reserve and tell
them you’d like to float
with the Wagbo trip.
A relaxing float for the
whole family. This sec-
tion of the river is the
easiest to navigate. It is
wide, often shallow and
sandy with few obstruc-
tions and will last a little
over an hour. 
Jordan Valley outdoor youth
programs presents: 
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ment, [the city] will secure
the financing necessary to
purchase the new chassis,”
noted City Administrator
Chris Yonker.
In other news, the city is
working to relocate the
emergency siren. The fire
department and public
works department recently
coordinated to remove the
siren from the old fire hall
building now owned by EJ.
Yonker says the siren is
at the point where the city
can look to get it refur-
bished and hopefully re-
mounted on a pole most
likely near Sportsman’s
Park.
The city also gave com-
mendation to Ralph E. Kit-
son Jr. for his 20 years of
dedicated work for the
East Jordan Department of
Public Works. Kitson was
employed for the city from
June 6, 1966 until July 28,
1986. Kitson died Friday,
August 23, 2013.
The commissioners ap-
proved use of city facilities
and street closures at the
September 3 meeting for
the 4th Annual East Jor-
dan Pumpkin Festival and
Leaf Peeker Craft Show. A
signature family friendly
event, the festival will in-
clude children’s activities
in Memorial Park, the Leaf
Peeker Craft Show, deals
on wheels tailgate sale, an
archery demo, and pump-
kin launch. The festival
will take place on Satur-
day, October 19.
The next regular meet-
ing of the East Jordan City
Commission is scheduled
for Monday, September 16
at 7pm.
EJ COMMISSION
continued from page 1
Wealthy, but not spoiled
Dear Dave,
How do you make sure
you don’t spoil your child
when you’re wealthy?
Ryan
Dear Ryan,
I know this will sound
mean to some people, but
you simply explain to them
that they are not wealthy.
I remember a time years
ago, after we’d gone broke,
that we managed to scrimp
and save and finally had a
little bit of wealth. We
bought a nice car and my
son piped up from the back
seat, all smug and satisfied,
“We’re doing pretty good,
huh?” I’ll admit it was kind
of funny, but it was also a
teachable moment. I looked
at him and said, “I’m doing
pretty good, but you’re
broke!” That was a pretty
consistent message around
the Ramsey household as
the kids were growing up. If
you’re not working and
making your own way,
you’ve got nothing.
The second thing is we
taught them, from a very
young age, was to work.
That can start with simple
things like kids cleaning up
their rooms or doing the
dishes after dinner. It should
carry over to the teenage
years as well. Every able-
bodied child should be work-
ing and earning money,
whether it’s their own entre-
preneurial idea, at a store in
the mall or babysitting.
The third thing we did
was based in our faith. As
evangelical Christians, we
taught our kids that we
don’t really own anything. It
all belongs to God, and one
of our jobs is to wisely man-
age the things He entrusts to
us. The first rule is to take
care of your own house-
hold—the important stuff.
After that, it’s okay to have
some nice things, but it’s not
all about pleasure. It’s also
about giving and extraordi-
nary levels of generosity.
Teach them to work.
Teach them to be givers.
And gently remind them
once in a while that they’ve
got nothing until they go
out and earn it.
—Dave
a rough lesson
Dear Dave,
My dad opened a credit
card account in his name a
few years ago to help with
my college bills, and he
made me an authorized
user. Now he’s delinquent
on the card and I’m receiv-
ing collection calls and no-
tices. Do I owe the credit
card company money?
Steve
Dear Steve,
No, an authorized user is
not liable. The account is in
your dad’s name, and you
didn’t sign anything. He’s
the one legally responsible
for the money owed.
I want you to be careful,
though. Lots of credit card
companies will badger peo-
ple and use all kinds of pres-
sure and guilt trips to try to
collect money from people
who don’t owe them any-
thing. They just want their
money, and they really don’t
care who writes the check.
Get them to remove you as
an authorized user today.
Send them a letter demand-
ing this via certified mail,
return receipt requested, so
you’ll have proof. Also,
make sure they understand
that you’ll sue them for
about $10 million if they
don’t comply immediately.
You shouldn’t be reported to
the credit bureaus for any of
this, but companies can re-
port just about anything—
even inaccurate
information—to the bu-
reaus.
You have rights as a con-
sumer, and you are not
legally liable for credit card
debt when you’re just an au-
thorized user. But make
sure you check your credit
report regularly in the fu-
ture. Some of these compa-
nies make a habit of
repeatedly downloading
misinformation to the bu-
reaus in an effort to bother
and bully people into paying
debts they don’t owe!
—Dave
DAVE
Says
Dave Ramsey
The Charlevoix Public
Library is pleased to an-
nounce its line-up of fall
technology classes. Com-
puter Basics, 10:30 a.m.,
September 16 & 18 will
provide a great overview
and introduction to com-
puting, including how to
use a mouse. This Basics
class is geared towards
people who have never
used a computer or have
very little experience. In
order to be comfortable in
the rest of the classes,
participants are asked to
know how to use a mouse,
operate at least one basic
software program, and
search the internet.
QuickBooks, Just the Ba-
sics, 6:30 p.m., September
24 will instruct the users
on getting started with
QuickBooks financial
software. I have a new
eReader, Now What? 10:30
a.m., October 2, will give
basic instruction on how
to use eReaders and how
to check out digital books
from the library. Intro-
duction to Microsoft
Word 2007, 10:30 a.m., Oc-
tober 8 & 10 will give at-
tendees a basic working
knowledge of this word
processing software. I
have a new iPad, Now
What? 10:30 a.m., October
28 & 30, will teach the
basic use of this popular
mobile device, including
instruction on the latest
upgrade. The classes are
all held in the Library’s
Computer Lab, with the
exception of the iPad
class which is held in the
community meeting
room. If patrons need
more personal assistance
downloading library
eBooks to their eReader,
please call the Informa-
tion Desk to speak with
Scott: 231.237.7340.
The technology instruc-
tors at the library include
Roger Gowell, Scott Sil-
berhorn, and Rick
Malamed. Roger Gowell,
the instructor for the Ba-
sics and Microsoft
classes, has mastered the
method of teaching core
skills. “Mr. Gowell knows
exactly how to word
something so I can under-
stand it,” states student
Mrs. Moleskin, and “he
always makes my ques-
tions sound important.”
Rick Malamed, Tip of the
Mitt IT, will be instruct-
ing the QuickBooks class.
Scott Silberhorn, the
newest of the library
technology instructors, is
the Apple expert and the
mobile device wizard.
“Scott is extremely pa-
tient and helps me truly
understand the steps to
making the most of my
iPad,” exclaimed Suzy
Farbman.
All the instructors re-
quest that patrons regis-
ter for all technology
classes either online
http://www.charlevoixli-
brary.org/calendar or call
231.237.7340. For more in-
formation about classes
at the library, visit them
at www.charlevoixli-
brary.org.
Technology Classes for Everyone
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the effective cutting length based on which powerhead it is installed on. ©2013 STIHL

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*A majority of STIHL powerheads are built in the United
States from domestic and foreign parts and components.
SOLD
LOCALLY
READY
FOR YOU
Available at participating dealers while supplies last. †The actual listed guide bar length can vary from
the effective cutting length based on which powerhead it is installed on. ©2013 STIHL

BR 200
BACKPACK BLOWER
$
279
95
Simplied starting makes this
powerful blower easy to use
Fuel-efcient engine and
large fuel tank means a longer
run time on a single tank
$
389
95
16” bar†
MS 271
CHAIN SAW
FREE EXTRA CHAIN
Offer good through 12/31/13 at participating dealers
while supplies last on 26 RM3 chains only.
Prices may vary. Up to a $30.00 BES-SRP value.
WITHPURCHASEOF ANMS271 ANDSPARECHAIN
BUILT IN
AMERICA
*
UPGRADE TO THE BG 56 C-E FOR $189.95 AND GET A
BG 55 HANDHELD BLOWER
$
149
95
FREE COMBO PACK
WITH PURCHASE OF BG 56 C-E
Includes hearing protectors
and protective glasses
$30.00 BES-SRP value. Free Combo
Pack offer good through 12/31/13 at
participating dealers while supplies last.


SEPTEMBER
SAVE 50%
9
99
reg. 19.99
3-Pk. Paintbrush Set
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9
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16-Lb. Premium
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97
2-Pk., 6-Ft. x 8-Ft.
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2
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45-Oz. Detergent
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$
2
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$
2
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Solar Stake
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While supplies last.
$
1
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3
99
40-Lb. Water
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2/$
3
12-Pk. Regular
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W 117 788 B60
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SALE
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$
4
Alkaline Batteries
Choose 10-pk. AA, 8-pk.
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E 155 012; 143 225, 226,
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SAVE 24%
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10-Oz. Kitchen
Cleaner W 165 512 B4
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99
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P 510 479, 446 B12
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201 Mill Street - East 1ordan
Buy what you want.
Rent what you need.
East Jordan
Hurry in now! Stock up on
quality products at big savings.
536-3121 - www.truevalue.com/eastjordan
*A majority of STIHL powerheads are built in the United
States from domestic and foreign parts and components.
SOLD
LOCALLY
READY
FOR YOU
Available at participating dealers while supplies last. †The actual listed guide bar length can vary from
the effective cutting length based on which powerhead it is installed on. ©2013 STIHL
BR 200
BACKPACK BLOWER
$
279
95
Simplied starting makes this
powerful blower easy to use
Fuel-efcient engine and
large fuel tank means a longer
run time on a single tank
$
389
95
16” bar†
MS 271
CHAIN SAW
FREE EXTRA CHAIN
Offer good through 12/31/13 at participating dealers
while supplies last on 26 RM3 chains only.
Prices may vary. Up to a $30.00 BES-SRP value.
WITHPURCHASEOF ANMS271 ANDSPARECHAIN
BUILT IN
AMERICA
*
UPGRADE TO THE BG 56 C-E FOR $189.95 AND GET A
BG 55 HANDHELD BLOWER
$
149
95
FREE COMBO PACK
WITH PURCHASE OF BG 56 C-E
Includes hearing protectors
and protective glasses
$30.00 BES-SRP value. Free Combo
Pack offer good through 12/31/13 at
participating dealers while supplies last.
SEPTEMBER
SAVE 50%
9
99
reg. 19.99
3-Pk. Paintbrush Set
P 148 230 B6 While supplies last.
SAVE 37%
9
99
reg. 15.99
16-Lb. Premium
Winterizer Lawn
Fertilizer L 128 395 120
While supplies last.
SPECIAL
PURCHASE
9
97
2-Pk., 6-Ft. x 8-Ft.
and 8-Ft. x 10-Ft.
Tarp Covers
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Your choice
Microparticle Pleated
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SAVE 22%
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Paper Towels
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SAVE 33%
$
2
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45-Oz. Detergent
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SAVE 42%
$
2
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4-Pk. Glue Singles
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$
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Rat Trap L 122 203 B12
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99
40-Lb. Water
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SALE
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12-Pk. Regular
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