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Lawrence Oberti, 92, fought in World War II.

He and more than 60 fellow military veterans from all


eras gathered at Jefferson Middle School Monday
morning for what is quickly becoming a treasured tra-
dition in the community.
This is so wonderful to see everyone feel the way
they do, Oberti said. To honor people like me like this
is just wonderful.
The JMS Veterans Day breakfast serves up a morn-
ing meal for veterans and the students who invited
them to honor their service with an event that includes
students speeches, a student-produced video and an
applause-filled parade through the hallways of
Jefferson Middle School.
The Veterans Day breakfast began as an idea that
developed through out PTO meeting, said Principal
David Lavendar. Through those meetings we devel-
oped this event. Its our way to pay honor and tribute to
those who risked and sacrificed their lives for our free-
dom. We are the home of the Patriots and doing some-
thing like this is the right thing to do and were hon-
ored.
Oberti was moved not only by the work that went into
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Patriots honor veterans
More than 60 military veterans
came to breakfast Monday morn-
ing. The group, above, took a mo-
ment to pose for a photo after the
parade through the school hall-
ways.
Paige and Kenneth Trudell, at left,
were part of the JMS Veterans
Day breakfast event Monday
morning. The pair look on as stu-
dent speakers read essays about
patriotism.
PHOTOS BY JOHN MCTAGGART
They came from all over the Metro Detroit area.
I drove from Livonia just for this, Sam Cutter said.
And Im thinking right now it was the best decision
Ive made in a long time.
Cutter was one of hundreds to follow the scent trail
to Lakeland Banquet Center last Thursday evening
for Chili Wars VI.
The annual event benefits the citys Cops For Kids
program and teases the tastebuds of patrons who
crave the culinary delight.
For me its euphoria, Cameron Bronson said.
Everywhere I turn, more chili for me to sample. I love
it.
More than 36 chili chefs concocted chili recipes
ranging from Fire-Engine Hot, to white chicken
chili.
By John McTaggart
Staff Writer
See CHILI WARS, page 2A
Hundreds
come to
Chili Wars VI
PHOTOS BY JOHN MCTAGGART
Marc Joker Yarde, above, and his Jamaican Me Crazy chili earned the honor of Best Individual Chili at
the Chili Wars VI event. For more Chili Wars VI coverage, see page 2A.
Dustin Courgney and Aaron Kosanke, above right, handed out beads to patrons of Chili Wars VI.
Should it stay or
should it go? Or should
it shift its direction?
Each option has its
benefits and drawbacks,
members of the Tax
Increment Finance
Authority said at a re-
cent meeting.
For several years, the
board has been eyeing
Blossom Heath Park
for updates and more
recently land there has
been targeted for a
boutique hotel. The lat-
ter, however, is impos-
sible unless residents
agree to open it and all
city parks to non-resi-
dents, assuming a de-
veloper and investor
can be found.
When the entity was
created in 1987, the in-
tent was to improve the
area known as the
Nautical Mile, the east
side of Jefferson rough-
ly bounded by 9 and 10
mile roads. Funding for
improvements comes
from the additional tax-
es gained by the in-
creased tax value of
properties in the project
area. Instead of going
into the city and coun-
tys coffers, it is set
aside to finance addi-
tional upgrades. The
TIFA board also has the
authority to borrow
against anticipated cap-
tured taxes.
It is keeping those
county taxes TIFA
Chai rman Ri chard
Widgren is eyeing as a
major benefit to keep-
ing the entity going.
As long as we exist,
we have financial re-
sources available to the
city that we wouldnt
have, he said at the
boards Nov. 7 meeting
during which he sug-
gested ending the TIFA,
getting behind a big
project or changing the
boards focus to main-
taining previous proj-
ects and upgrading
Blossom Heath Park.
Widgren said TIFA
currently has about
$600,000 in its coffers
with about $100,000
coming in annually.
However, he objected
to TIFA being the finan-
cial resource to promote
city events, such as the
Aqua Freeze Festival,
the Venetian Festival
and the bass fishing
tournament.
Somehow somebody
other than just us has to
feel the pride and want
to do something. I dont
want to be the piata
thats always giving the
money and nobody else
is pitching in, he said.
Should the entity con-
tinue to exist, member
Tim Johnson suggested
the board determine
which activities it will
support and consider
By Debra Pascoe
Editor
Make-over
for Blossom
Heath Inn?
TIFAs future
discussed
See TIFA, page 2A
giving each the same
amount.
I think we can afford
it in our budget, he
said, adding, Weve got
to get these businesses
and the rest of the com-
munity to jump in on
this.
City Manager Phil
Ludos, a voting board
member, suggested
agreeing on a long term
projection.
When you look at
most of these taxing au-
thorities that have been
(created) most are going
to the wayside, he said.
Its hard for me to
turn my back on it,
Widgren said of TIFA.
As for supporting city
events, he said, we
want to get some kind of
an outcome.
I would prefer to
have a bigger project,
Widgren added prior to
listing a number of
maintenance projects
that need to be done, in-
cluding repairs to tree
grates, light posts and
brick pavers along
Jefferson.
Widgren however
would still like to see a
hotel built on the
Blossom Heath proper-
ty. He shared he person-
ally knows the develop-
er of the hotel in Royal
Oak and plans to find
out if he has interest in a
St. Clair Shores project.
Ludos, however, indi-
cated much needs to be
done before such a proj-
ect can come to fruition,
including passing a resi-
dent referendum allow-
ing the citys parks to no
longer be residents on-
ly.
I dont think that will
float, he said. I dont
know how much sup-
port youll get out of
council on it. Certainly
the site could accommo-
date, but it would have
to be voted on.
Widgren said with the
hotel would come other
benefits to residents, in-
cluding going forward
with plans to create a
walkway through the
park, redo landscaping
and fill in the lagoon,
constructing a commu-
nity center and improv-
ing waterfront access.
The economics are
there for that, he said.
We dont know what
the community is going
to do until they get a
chance to do it.
Of the park, Widgren
said, its nothing more
than a drain on city re-
sources to make it look
ratty at best.
We need to aggres-
sively pursue keeping
the Nautical Mile up as
long as we can and put
the money to work to
keep that area of the city
up. If we cant do either
of those, we need to pull
the plug, he said.
Me mb e r J o e
Claycomb, however,
said hed like to see the
money spent on the
park, including replac-
ing the restrooms, im-
proving water circula-
tion in the lagoon, re-
storing the fishing pier
and Blossom Heath Inn.
The basement and
second floor are in a
shambles, he said.
Widgren said hed
pursue quotes from re-
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putting on such an event, but also by the
response from the student body at the
school.
I am surprised by how welcoming and
wonderful the students are, Oberti ex-
plained. You dont see much about it in
the papers anymore and it was a very
long time ago. We are kind of the forgot-
ten bunch. But these kids know, they
havent forgotten and that is wonderful to
see for someone like me.
Educating the students on more than
just the timeline of military history is im-
portant to Lavendar and the entire staff
at the school.
I think its very important that we help
to instill in our students respect and re-
sponsibility, he said. So that they can
grow to become global citizens. This year
we tried to take this event a step further
and connect it even more to the students.
We did a fundraiser, `Jeans for Vets and
well be donating over $1,000 to the VFW
Bruce Post and then we also implement-
ed an essay contest, What Does
Patriotism Mean to Me?
The students participated in this
through their social studies class. Then
we selected three students to share their
essay with the veterans this morning.
Schools can help to strengthen a com-
munity and thats what we are striving to
do here.
VETERANS
Continued from page 1A
CHILI WARS
Continued from page 1A
There is no such thing as a chili thats too hot, said St. Clair Shores resident
Theresa Meintz. Its what I love about this chili wars thing, theres some really
hot chili here and some really mild chili. Something for everyone.
Awards were given chili based on a wide range of categories. Heres a rundown
of the recipients:
Best Individual/Overall: Mark Joker Yarde
Best Red: Venna Kelliker
Best Non-Traditional: Shawn Hayden
Best Restaurant: Colleens Irish Pub
Best Salsa/Dip: Renee Colasanti
Mayors Choice: Detroits Finest Coney Island
Most Unusual Chili Name: Jamaican Me Crazy, Mark Joker Yarde
Most Entertaining Team: Shores Inn
Most Creative Serving Area: Timothy McCormick
Best Dressed Team: Renee Colasanti
Directors Choice: Robert Boekema/Pro Chef Flavors
Peoples Choice: South Lake High School Culinary Arts Department.
TIFA
Continued from page 1A
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event.
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The North American
International Auto Show
2014 26th Annual Poster
Contest is underway in
connection with its
January event in Detroit.
The contest was estab-
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ative minds of Michigan
students and encourage
careers in automotive de-
sign while recognizing lo-
cal artists for their tal-
ents. In 2013, NAIAS re-
ceived 645 entries from
69 high schools.
The contest is open to
Michigan residents en-
rolled in grades 10
through 12. An indepen-
dent panel of recognized
representatives from the
local art community
judge the contest and se-
lect winners in 16 catego-
ries.
The purpose of this
competition is to allow
art students in Michigan
schools an opportunity to
create art related to the
automotive industry,
said Bob Shuman, chair-
man, NAIAS 2014. We
want to showcase their
talent at the NAIAS and
recognize them for their
efforts and achieve-
ments.
Winning posters are
displayed at NAIAS 2014
and reproduced in the of-
ficial NAIAS program
available to the public.
Winning posters may al-
so be displayed on naias.
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Posters must be origi-
nal artwork, 25-by-21
inches in size, two-di-
mensional and camera
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must be automotive relat-
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suitable for reproduction
as a poster is allowed, in-
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matter must be in good
taste.
Posters must contain
all of the following copy:
NAIAS 2014, Detroit
and Cobo Center.
The entry deadline is
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For about one hour
every quarter, business
owners, city officials,
city committee and or-
ganization members
gather to discuss whats
going on in the city of
St. Clair Shores.
Known as the St.
Clair Shores Business
Alliance, an arm of the
Macomb Count y
Chamber of Commerce,
the group was formed
to keep members
abreast of what each
other have done and
plan to do in the com-
munity.
You cannot be bored
in the city unless you
try, alliance chair Mark
OBrien said after hear-
ing updates from mem-
bers.
Aqua Freeze Festival
co-chairs Geri Hofman
and Linda Bologna
shared progress the
group is making on cre-
ating the first winter
festival to be held in the
city.
The three-day event
runs from Feb. 21-23
and takes place at
Blossom Heath Park.
Activities include vari-
ous forms of entertain-
ment from music to ice
skating demonstra-
tions, a sledding hill,
possible pond hockey
tournament and food,
beer and wine.
The committee was
formed late last winter
by Mayor Kip Walby af-
ter the second sched-
uled pond hockey tour-
nament was cancelled
due to warm weather
You cant imagine
how much work it takes
to get this started,
Walby said. People
who come to this will
never realize how much
work and how much ef-
fort we put into this.
Walby also discussed
last summers first
country music festival,
saying, it was not as
big as we hoped for,
adding next years
event will be better.
Were planning new
things; were trying
very hard to make St.
Clair Shores the place
to be, Walby said, not
giving away any details.
No secrets are being
kept about the upcom-
ing and expanded
Venetian Festival now
in the planning stages.
Sponsored by the
Na u t i c a l Mi l e
Merchants Association,
Walby told alliance
members plans are to
expand activities and
volunteers are needed.
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Five of the 22 light-
house sculptures that
have been scattered all
over the city went up for
silent auction last
Saturday afternoon at the
St. Clair Shores Golf
Course.
The event, which also
included a free spaghetti
lunch for the approxi-
mately two dozen people
in attendance, featured
sculptures from South
Lake, Lake Shore and
Lakeview school districts
as well as the citys offi-
cial sculpture, along with
one donated to the auc-
tion by Angels For
Animals.
Twenty seven bids in
total were placed on the
lighthouses with auction
final prices ranging from
$450 for the piece from
Lakeview to $850 for the
citys official sculpture.
My husband is a re-
tired Coast Guard, he was
in the Coast Guard for 20
years, so he has always
had a thing for lighthous-
es, said Nancy App, who
was the winning bidder
on the lighthouse deco-
rated by South Lake High
School students. Hes
been following this entire
process and wanted to
bid on one. So thats what
we did.
Im from the city, App
said. We now own
homes in the city. Im a
South Lake grad and we
have kids that are South
Lake grads. It only seems
right that we have this
one. Were very happy.
The money raised from
the auction was designat-
ed to be donated to the
charity of the purchasers
choice, Fetter said. And
after all the bids were in,
the event raised $2,800
for five different charities.
The Apps chose to do-
nate the money they paid
to the St. Clair Shores
W a t e r f r o n t
E n v i r o n m e n t a l
Committee.
My husband really
likes what they do, she
said of the committee.
Were very happy to be
able to do this.
The citys official sculp-
ture had a winning bid of
$850 placed by First State
Bank, which promptly
donated the sculpture
back to the city.
Both Lake Shore (won
by Brian Susko) and the
Angels for Animals (won
by Bob Fetter) lighthous-
es fetched $500 each
while the Lakeview sculp-
ture had a winning bid of
$450 and went to
Landscape Services own-
er, Paul Dopke.
So many people
chipped in to help out
with this, Cool City
Committee member Bob
Fetter said. I think it cre-
ated a lot of civic pride. It
showed the creativity of
our citizens. It showed
the civic engagement of
By John McTaggart
Staff Writer
Lighthouses raise $2,800 for charity
Nancy and Brian App
pose, above, proudly
with Cool City
Committee member
Bob Fetter and the pho-
to of the lighthouse
they won at the event.
Photographs of the
lighthouses up for auc-
tion, at right, were on
display.
PHOTOS BY JOHN MCTAGGART
City council candidate Peter Accica collected the
most cash for his campaign, the majority of which
came from unions and political action committees, ac-
cording to documents filed with the Macomb County
Elections Department.
He finished fourth with 4,463.
The incumbents cleaned house in their election bids
with Pete Rubino coming in first with 5,163 votes fol-
lowed by John Caron with 4,873 and Candice B. Rusie
with 4,760.
John D. Burtch finished fifth with 3,842 and Erin A.
Stahl landed in sixth with 3,187.
Accicas biggest donation came from IMPACT PAC,
giving $2,500. Other donations included $250 from the
Michigan Builders of Construction Trade Council PAC,
$1,000 from the UAW Michigan PAC, $700 from the
Committee for Responsible Government, $500 from
the St. Clair Shores Democratic Club and $100 each
from the Michigan Roofers Local 149 PAC, Pipefitters
Local 636 PAC , Plumbers Local 98 PAC, Asbestos
Workers 25 PAC and the Michigan Regional Council of
Carpenters.
State Rep. Sarah Roberts contributed $100 to
Accicas campaign, the only donation she made to a
candidates in the St. Clair Shores election.
Aciccas contributions totaled $10, 465 with in-kind
See ELECTION, page 7A
The cost of an election
By Debra Pascoe
Editor
By Debra Pascoe
Editor
Business alliance discusses activities
See AUCTION, page 7A
Community Development and Inspection Director Chris Rayes provided
members of the St. Clair Shores Business Alliance with a brief update on new
and ongoing city developments.
With the accolades for the Buffalo Wild Wings already expressed, Rayes said
hes now working with the property owner to get the land north of the new res-
taurant cleaned up.
It was done by the end of last week.
And right at the corner, Rayes said the city is concentrating on getting a new
business at 9 Mile and Harper to replace the now defunct Lindas Place.
He also said construction on 9 Mile should be completed within a week or so.
It will have a totally different look when its done, he said, adding landscap-
ing plans include new sod and trees and utility poles are to be removed.
The city continues to address the vacant land at the corner of 9 Mile and
Jefferson.
At issue, Rayes said, is the property is owned by three different parties.
Theyre all different folks with different ideas, he said, adding its tough to
get them on the same page.
Were a big dating service. We try to get people together, Mayor Kip Walby
quipped.
Walby said hes heard inklings about possible plans for the defunct Shores
Theatre nothing of which has been verified. He shared hes meeting with
owner Robert Liggett this month to discuss the property.
City chimes in
By Debra Pascoe
Editor
See ALLIANCE, page 10A
Scott Chambers, who has been advertising director
at Pointe News Group since May, has been named
publisher of the Grosse Pointe Woods-based publish-
ing company.
Pointe News Group publishes the Grosse Pointe
News, St. Clair Shores Connection and two websites.
Chambers, 43, started as an advertising executive at
Pointe News Group in December 2011. He has 14
years of daily and weekly newspaper experience in
Southeast Michigan. He specialized in advertising for
small local businesses and major market accounts
over the years.
The team of Joe Warner and Scott Chambers will
bring great strength to the Grosse Pointe News and St.
Clair Shores Connection, said owner Robert Liggett
Jr. of Grosse Pointe Shores. They bring youth, energy,
commitment and complementary skills that will con-
tinue our history of service to our communities.
Chambers can be reached at schambers@grossep-
ointenews.com or (313) 343-5584.
Chambers named
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Friday, Nov. 22, annual
open house at Terme
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St. Clair Shores.
Bi g Fami l y of
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make life better for chil-
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all are working together
and the children are re-
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St. Clair Shores received
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According to a letter
sent to parents by
Lakeview High School
Principal Brent Case on
Monday, a student at the
high school has been di-
agnosed with a potentially
serious staph infection
commonly referred to as
MRSA, or Methicillian-
resistant Staphylococcus
aureus.
Today we learned that
a Lakeview High School
student has been treated
for the staph infection
commonly known as
MRSA, the letter stated.
The purpose of this com-
munication is to help you
understand this bacterial
infection better, and to let
you know what Lakeview
Public Schools has done
to minimize any potential
threat to our students and
staff.
The letter also outlines
the efforts the district is
taking to help prevent the
spread of this staph infec-
tion, which includes sani-
tizing and disinfecting
surfaces that come in
contact with students or
staff on a regular basis,
and as of the week of
Nov. 11, all surfaces that
come in contact with stu-
dents, staff, or parents
will have been cleaned
with the hospital-grade
disinfectant the district
uses in all its schools.
It also encourages par-
ents to make sure their
children wash their hands
with anti-bacterial soap or
hand sanitizer on a regu-
lar basis.
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proach is important
Lakeview Public Schools
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respect to the health and
safety of our students and
staff," Paulson said. "We
also feel fortunate to have
parents who are willing to
inform us of these kinds
of important health issues
so we can be proactive in
maintaining a healthy en-
vironment."
The high school re-
mained open.
For more information
on MRSA go to ww.cdc.
gov/mrsa/.
MRSA case confirmed at Lakeview High School
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For a couple of years members of the 9-Mack
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day event.
However, such an event could never be coordinat-
ed, organized quite right or put together, but that is
about tochange this year.
From6 to 9 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 22, citys down-
town business district, located along Greater Mack
south of 9 Mile, the 9-Mack Merchants Association is
sponsoringLight Upthe Night.
We are just so excited to be kicking off the holiday
season this way, said 9-Mack Merchants Association
member Gloria Kinne from Circare Gifts. This is
purely fun and to help make everyones holiday start
off on the right foot and to make sure everyone has a
nice holiday. Were very excited.
The event is far from your run-of-the-mill holiday
sale event - its much, muchmore accordingtoKinne.
Were going to be closing the street for the evening,
and were going to be lighting it up, Kinne said. Not
only with the Christmas tree and our regular lights,
but alsowithluminaries.
The luminaries, which can be obtained for a $1 do-
nation that goes to the Lake House, will be lit during
the event and placed along the stretch of roadway in
the downtowndistrict.
We have them here along with the walkway and
the donations go to the Lake House, she said. Were
asking anyone who is interested or has been touched
by cancer in some way, they can come down and
make a $1 donation and personalize one of these lu-
minaries, dedicate it to someone they may know that
has beentouchedby cancer.
Although the event is sponsored by members of the
9-Mack Merchants Association, Kinne said it not
about promoting businesses along the stretch of road,
its about givingbacktothe community.
The businesses are open, sure, and we would cer-
tainly welcome people to come in, she said. But this
is more about coming down, enjoying, and giving
backsothat everyone canhave a nice holiday.
The Lake House is one of several charities that pa-
trons candonate toduringthe event, Kinne said.
Theres going to be a large area for people to come
anddropoff items for charity andto donate, she said.
Roy OBrien Ford, for example, will have a van or
pickup that they want to fill with canned food dona-
tion. Connies is doing a warming tree, so they are col-
lecting hats, scarfs, gloves, coats and those things for
kids.There will be a Toys For Tots drop off, a
Handbags for Hope and more, Theres going to be a
large area for this andthats what this is really about.
Patrons will also find that many of the storefronts
downtown are featuring special displays and events.
Circare, for example, will be displaying artwork from
students inthe SouthLake district.
A marching band, free entertainment and plenty of
food (including free coffee and roasted chestnuts) are
also on the schedule for people to enjoy, not to men-
tion the chance to get a jumpstart on holiday shop-
ping.
Its goingtobe a lot of fun, Kinne said.
9-Mack Merchants
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By JohnMcTaggart
Staff Writer
Another Subway is coming to town in the defunct
Giovannis Bakery site, replacing the existing subway
at Harper andShare.
The newlocation at Harper, across fromthe Shores
Shopping Center, unlike the Share location, will have
adrive-thru.
Developer Peter Zingas told city council last month
the building will be renovated to include the drive thru
with service from7 a.m. to 10 p.m. The menu board is
to be located at the back of the building and a utility
pole inthe alley servingas the entrance tothe drive-th-
ru will either be relocated or removed. The drive thru
is totake customers behindthe Dollar General store.
At the suggestion of Councilman John Caron,
Zingas said he will recommend a mirror to notify cus-
tomers of anyoncomingtraffic.
That wouldbe agoodidea, Zingas said.
Because the property behind the proposed restau-
rant is vacant, the city has determined a 4 foot mason-
ry wall instead of the 6 foot required under ordinance
is sufficient.
City Planner Liz Koto said the taller wall would cre-
ate more of amaintenance issue for propertyowners.
With councils approval, Zingas has to have the
plans approved by the Zoning Board of Addresssing
Councilman Ron Fredericks concerns about the
curve of the drive thruimpactingdeliveries tothe adja-
cent stores, Zingas said customers will have to wait
until the delivery vehicles pass the exit. Deliveries, he
said, occur twice aweek.
Zingas saida Subway drivethruisnt as busy as that
of a Wendys or McDonalds andshouldnot be anissue
for Subway customers. Those drive-thrus, Zingas re-
minded, are also in operation 24 hours a day in most
cases.
Earlier last month, city council was updated on an-
other Subway to be located at the corner of 11 Mile
andHarper.
Another Subway
coming to town
By Debra Pascoe
Editor
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6:00 pm - South Lake High School Marching Band
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6:00 pm - Vocal Performance at Roy OBrien Ford
6:30 pm - Mary Ellen Studio of Dance Performance
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6:45 pm - Performances of Grosse Pointe Theaters
White Christmas
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contributions of $275.
His pre-election finance reports indicate he spent a
total of $6,100, about $3,185goingtowardmailings and
post cards, onhis unsuccessful campaign.
Healsocurrentlyowes $1,500infines duetolatecon-
tributionreporting.
Rubinos campaign finance reports for the general
electionwerenot recordedas of Nov. 9.
According to information filed after the primary,
Rubinospent $967.24incashdonations plus $334.35in
in-kindcontributions.
His biggest contributors were Moes Trucking in St.
Clair Shores, Arthurs Hair DesigninClintonTownship
andJohnsonHoldings of West Bloomfield.
He also received a $100 donation from Mayor Kip
Walbyand$50fromCouncilmanRonFrederick.
Walby also contributed $100 to incumbent John
Carons campaign. Carons largest contributor was
$1,000 from the Brandenberg Liberty PAC. He fi-
nanced the majority of his campaign and spent
$4,043.69plus $1,702.42inin-kinddonations.
Incumbent Candice Rusies general election state-
ments also have also not been filed. According to infor-
mationinthe pre-electionfilings, Rusie personally con-
tributed $125 to her campaign and accepted a $50 do-
nation from a private citizen. Rusie spent $125.46 on
the primary plus an in-kind donation of $335.14 for
signs.
Burtch also garnered $500 in financial support from
the St. Clair Shores Democratic Club and a $165 in-
kindcontributionfromits president, Robert Fetter.
Larger donations came fromthe Michigan Regional
Council of Carpenters, Committee for Responsible
Government and the American Federation of State
County and Municipal Employees. Frederick also do-
nated$100tohis campaignandAccica, $50.
According to information filed with the county elec-
tions department, Burtch received $645 in donations.
However, a listing of donations on the departments
website indicate a much higher total. There were two
donations of $500each.
Accordingtoother filings, Burtchspent $2,295onhis
unsuccessful campaign, most on advertising and $883
for fliers. The documents also do not list in-kind contri-
butions, if any.
Stahl personally financed her campaign with the ex-
ception of one $25 donation and spent $3,041.88 on
postage,mailings andadvertising.
AUCTION
Continuedfrompage 3A
our local business community and our local artist
community. Imvery proudof this, very proud.
The event was the culmination of a project that
started months ago beginning with the commission-
ing of a local artist to create a clay sculpture which
eventually became a moldfor the lighthouse.
Apprentices from the Cement Masons Local 514
cast the sculptures which were then sponsored by lo-
cal businesses andorganizations for $500 each.
Lighthouses for each of the citys three school dis-
tricts, as well as the one for the city itself, were donat-
ed by the Cool City Committee, bringing the total
number of sponsoredsculptures to18.
The program cost about $9,000 total, which in-
cludes the cost of several molds, materials andtime.
Fetter said the project was a break-even one for the
committee itself, which was the intention from the
start.
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Airman Kenneth J.
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Texas.
Sadorski completed an
intensive, eight-week pro-
gram that included train-
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andstudies, Air Force core
values, physical fitness
and basic warfare princi-
ples andskills.
Airmen who complete
basic training earn four
credits toward an associ-
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gree through the
Community College of the
Air Force.
Sadorski is the son of
Frances Sadorski of St.
Clair Shores. He is a 2007
graduate of Northlake
High School, St. Clair
Shores.
The Lake House
The Lake House a
gathering place for those
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fers the following special
programs in November at
The Lake House, 26701
Little Mack, St. Clair
Shores:
RawFoods begins at
6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov.
12. Presented by Pamela
Ferrara, certified rawfood
check, instructor and
healthcoach.
Participants will learn
about the healing proper-
ties of raw food and how
they can get more energy
naturallythroughdiet.
Wine Down Movie
Night begins at 6 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 20.
All Lake House friends
are invited to wind down
with a glass of wine, pro-
vided, and a movie. The
event highlights a light-
hearted, fun, change-of-
pace evening with lots of
laughs. Bring popcorn or
snacks toshare.
For more information or
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SCHOOLS
For weeks, students at
South Lake High School
have been memorizing
lines, learning blocking
,and rehearsing for their
upcoming stage produc-
tion of 30 Reasons Not to
be in a Play.
Along with the basics of
putting on a production,
the student thespians also
built sets, helped select the
play, and raised money for
royalties and other costs
related to the play.
The kids are very in-
volved with nearly every
aspect of this, said direc-
tor Arlene Schoenherr.
Its a really good play be-
cause technically we could
have hundreds of kids in
it, but you can also do it
with far less than that. Its
a simple play, but the stu-
dents have really added
By John McTaggart
Staff Writer
South Lake presents stage play
Heres a rundown of the cast and crew of
South Lake High Schools production of 30
Reasons Not to Be in a Play.
Cayte Alexander, Destinee Anderson-
Hayden, Myles Burnside, Shyann Colton,
Dylan DeJongh, Emily Dusett, Emily
Ferrera, Sidni Goodman and Mia
Hernandez.
Lily Johnson, DeJah Love, Kylie New, Nick
Neito, Jessica Parker, Hope Peck, Ciatlin
Skiba, Brandon Spears, Emily Sturgis,
Robert Swetlic, Donna Tzreakle, Leahna
Vernier, Matthew Wilkins, Jessica Wright,
Andrew Gonzales and Ronnie Jones.
Cast and crew
PHOTO BY JOHN MCTAGGART
Nick Neito and Caitlin Skiba are both part of South Lake High Schools production of 30 Reasons To Not
be in a Play
Students at Princeton
Elementary School were
treated to an afternoon
with Detroit Lions mas-
cot, Roary, thanks to the
teams Fuel Up to Play
60 program.
The program high-
lights six qualities it
takes to become a suc-
cessful leader and main-
tain a healthy lifestyle.
I think one of the big-
gest things is just to get
the kids motivated, said
Princeton physical edu-
cation teacher Andrea
Torey. To see Roary
convey that message to
the kids, that message
that getting physically
active each day is a good
thing, really helps them
get motivated and excit-
ed about it.
Along with promoting
60 minutes of daily activ-
ity, the assembly also
emphasized the impor-
tance of leadership
through the Lead One,
Lead All program.
Princeton Elementary
is one of several local
schools participating in
the Fuel Up to Play 60
program, said Torey.
This is our second
year doing this, putting a
team together for the
Fuel Up to Play 60, pro-
gram, Torey said. We
were fortunate enough
this year to get to go to
Ford Field with that team
and experience that, but
we really wanted bring
this to our students. We
were very lucky to be
able to get coach Chris
(Fritzsching, director of
youth football for the
Lions) and Roary to
come out and share the
excitement with us.
Fritzsching, who led
the assembly, said its
important to bring these
Detroit Lions mascot Roary
visits Princeton students
By John McTaggart
Staff Writer
PHOTO BY JOHN MCTAGGART
See DRAMA, page 11A
A dejected Roary walks toward the doorway in the Princeton gymnasium. The
cheers of students quickly cheered him up however.
See LIONS, page 11A
Run-away boat
Police are investigating
a 47-year-old Eastpointe
man who fell out of his
12-foot fishing boat at
about 11:23 a.m. Monday,
Nov. 4, with his 3- and
4-year-old daughters in-
side.
The boat drifted from
the marina behind Shore
Club Condos and was lat-
er found near the break-
wall close to Brownies on
the Lake by the Coast
Guard.
The girls, wearing life-
jackets, were fine, accord-
ing to St. Clair Shores
Police Det. Sgt. Dave
Centella. The boat was
taking in water and nearly
capsized, he said.
The man told police he
was taking his daughters
fishing that morning to
Fords Cove. He fell out of
the boat and it began
drifting away.
Both police and fire re-
sponded to the 911 call.
According to the Coast
Guard, the temperature
was about 30 degrees and
the waves were two to
three feet high with four-
to five-foot whitecaps.
That was a cold, windy
day, Centella said, add-
ing the investigation re-
mains open.
Off into the sunset
A car stolen from the
parking spot of a 43-year-
old female resident
Tuesday, Nov. 5, was later
found in the carport of an-
other apartment dweller
on Sunset Lane.
The woman told police
she went to her car at
10:44 a.m. and noticed it
missing. She walked
around the complex and
found it in another park-
ing spot. The driver side
door lock had been
punched in, as was the ig-
nition.
The vehicle was parked
close to another recently
reported unlawful driving
away of an automobile.
Car break-in
An 81-year-old man
told police at 10:33 a.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 5, someone
attempted to steal his
2006 Dodge Dakota from
the parking lot on 12 Mile
where he lives.
The driver side door
lock had been punched in
as well as the ignition.
The man told police the
vehicle was locked and
the car would not start
when the owner turned
the key.
And another
A 39-year-old man liv-
ing on Evergreen report-
ed to police someone
swiped cash from his un-
locked Chevy Malibu
overnight Sunday, Nov.
3.
The man said he left his
wallet in the car and all
that was missing was
about $15 in cash.
And one more
At 5:05 a.m. Tuesday,
Nov. 5, the 2001 silver
Dodge Caravan owned by
a 43-year-old St. Clair
Shores woman was stolen
from the parking lot in the
32000 block of Harper.
The car has a small dent
over the rear drivers side
door.
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Recycling bins
on the way
Were catching up,
Mayor Kip Walby said of
the delivery of recycling
bins city-wide.
City Manager Phil
Ludos reported Monday,
Nov. 4, to date 8,000 carts
have been ordered, 5,000
delivered and an addition-
al 3,600 on back ordered
and anticipated to be de-
livered to the city within
the next two months.
The 96-gallon trash cans
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delivering them to resi-
dents.
We just cant seem to
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Thats actually a compli-
ment to the program.
Were working as fast as
we can.
Councilman John Caron
requested statistics on the
program, specifically how
much recycling tonnage is
now being collected com-
pared to the totals before
Rizzo Disposal offered the
larger receptacles.
Residents who have re-
ceived more than one re-
ceptacle are asked to call
the DPW or city hall to
have the extra one picked
up and given to a resident
who has yet to receive one.
Ludos is also checking
with Rizzo on reports from
residents who said they or-
dered the recycling carts
when the program was
first implemented and
have yet to receive one.
Gilberts rebuilding
Mayor Kip Walby con-
firmed reports the owners
of Gilberts Lodge are re-
building after a fire in the
kitchen closed the popular
restaurant last month.
Yes; its true, Walby
said when making the an-
nouncement at the St.
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Alliance meeting Oct. 31.
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Experts Presentations for
November:
The College
Selection Process:
Keeping it Real and
Making it Yours, from 7 to
9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14,
at Grosse Pointe South
High School Auditorium,
11 Grosse Pointe Blvd.,
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Students, grades nine
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Kindergarten
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Successful Transition into
Kindergarten, from 6:30
to 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov.
21, at Barnes Early
Childhood Center, 20090
Morningside, Grosse
Pointe Woods.
This special presenta-
tion will help to clarify
what children need aca-
demically, socially & emo-
tionally to be prepared for
kindergarten. Also, tips on
how parents can make
learning a joyful experi-
ence and promote a jour-
ney of life-long learning
for their children.
Becoming a Love
and Logic Parent, from 7
to 9 p.m. Thursday, Nov.
21, at Barnes Early
Childhood Center, 20090
Morningside, Grosse
Pointe Woods.
Love and Logic is
Americas most practical
and entertaining parent-
ing program. Learn to
build adult-child relation-
ships with humor and em-
pathy, respect and dignity;
how to provide real limits
in a loving way; how to
promote healthy decision-
making; and how children
learn from the conse-
quences of their actions.
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Film Movement
The St. Clair Shores
Cultural Committee and
the St. Clair Shores Public
Library present Film
Movement Every third
Thursday of the month at
6:30 p.m. in the William R.
Gilstorf Meeting Room at
the St. Clair Shores Public
Library, 22500 11 Mile, St.
Clair Shores.
The next free viewing of
a recently released inde-
pendent or foreign film is a
Nov. 21 presentation of
LA SIRGA.
For more information,
call the library at (586)
771-9020 or visit
scslibrary.org.
Bake sale
A Craft Show is held
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 23, in the
St. Gertrude Activity
Center, 28801 Jefferson,
St. Clair Shores.
A bake sale, crafts, raffle
and refreshment are avail-
able.
Admission is free and
strollers are welcome.
To reserve a table, call
Pat at (586) 524-7224.
Cookie

Walk
St. Margaret of Scotland
Catholic Church holds its
14th Annual Christmas
Cookie Walk on Saturday,
Dec. 7, at the church,
21201 13 Mile, St. Clair
Shores.
Buy all the cookies
needed for the holiday
season.
The event is spon-
sored by the St.
Margaret of Scotland
Womens Club.
For more information,
call (586) 293-2240.
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Organizations have a number of holi-
day activities planned.
The St. Clair Shores Optimists
Annual Poinsetta Ball is slated from
6-10 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11, at
Blossom Heath. The $40 ticket price in-
cludes an open bar, prime rib buffet,
champagne toast and musical enter-
tainment. Participants are encouraged
to bring a new, unwrapped toy to bene-
fit Cops for Kids.
For the children, the Santa Station, an
old-time Christmas celebration set in a
farmhouse atmosphere is at the
Selinsky-Green House from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14. The Optimists
will have their train on the premises and
activities include a petting zoo and pho-
tos with Santa.
Both the Lac Ste. Claire and
Shorewood Kiwanis are now selling
holiday nuts. For more information, vis-
it shorewoodkiwanis.org or lacste-
clairekiwaniswebs.com.
The Lac Ste Clair Kiwanis is also host-
ing its annual dinner with Santa from 3
to 8 p.m. or later, depending on partici-
pation, Saturday, Dec. 15, at Roses
Family Dining, 31301 Harper. Children
are visited by Santa and receive a gift
stocking.
The Harper Avenue Business
Association has cancelled plans this year
to host another Light up the City event
due to lack of response, unless some-
one approaches us and really want us to
do it, member Geri Hoffman reported.
ALLIANCE
Continued from page 3A
CALENDAR
Continued from page 7A
Local bank
honored
First State Bank in St.
Clair Shores was recent-
ly inducted to the
Macomb Foundations
Macomb Hall of Fame, a
sister organization to the
Macomb Count y
Chamber of Commerce.
The foundations mis-
sion is to promote the
advancement of busi-
ness and community in
Macomb County.
In an introductory vid-
eo created by the cham-
ber, Gene Lovell, presi-
dent of First State Bank,
praised the bank for its
ability to provide small
businesses with finan-
cial assistance.
We are an integral
part of the community,
he said, adding hes
most proud of the fact
the banks major stake-
holders are located with-
in St. Clair Shores and
Macomb County.
We are, in a very real
way, your friends and
neighbors, he said.
This is our home.
Also inducted were
Judge Linda Davis, 41B
District Court; Richard J.
Notte, Sterling Heights
ma y o r ; Ma r i a
Si l ami anos and
Sherman and Craig
Sherman of Omega;
Gary Whited, president
of General Dynamics
Land Systems; and
Anthony Wickersham,
Macomb County sheriff.
These honorees dem-
onstrate exceptional
commitment to building
our community,
Peter J. Lucido, chair
of the Macomb Hall of
Fame and president of
Lucido & Manzella,
P.C. said in a press re-
lease.
Their corporate, civic
and philanthropic lead-
ership exemplify the
highest standards of
achievement over many
years and we are proud
to recognize them.
BUSINESS
Continued from page 4A
after having their water
meters replaced, City at-
torney Robert Ihrie is
looking into the legalities
of claims the city is charg-
ing too much.
When the meters are re-
placed, the readings of the
outside and inside meters
are compared and if they
do not match, residents
are being charged for the
difference, often resulting
in bills of more than
$1,000.
Residents claim the rate
at which they are being
charged is higher than
should be allowed.
Ihrie said he plans to
have his written opinion
completed by the Monday,
Nov. 18 council meeting.
Debra Pascoe
CLIPS
Continued from page 9A
lessons to students.
These are important
things, important hab-
its, he said. Its a
chance for us to come
out and really get the
kids excited about
healthy habits and
teach them leadership
qualities that will last
their entire lifetime.
Along with the assem-
bly, a football clinic
showing kids the funda-
mentals of the game
was conducted after
school.
Were were grateful
to the Lions for the op-
portunity to bring them
here, Torey said. This
is something the stu-
dents will remember.
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their creativity to it and made it their own.
The play, written by Alan Haehnel, is a comedy that
uses 30 different examples of the hardships and diffi-
culties that might come to those considering participa-
tion in a production.
This is a fast-paced, high-energy play, she said.
People can expect to see the creativity and interpreta-
tion from the students, too. I think people will be sur-
prised at how well we do plays here,
The show begins at 7 p.m., Friday Nov. 15, in the
South Lake High School Auditorium, with a second
performance at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for senior citizens, and
$5 for students and can be purchased at the door.
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high-performance
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The FR-S will definitely
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Hollis. While the brand
has been iconic with the
xB, adrenalized by the tC,
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the FR-S expands the
brand into a new dimen-
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and honorable history in
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ration for the FR-S came
from the AE86 generation
of the Corolla, which actu-
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front-engine, rear-drive
coupe. The FR-S is pow-
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mounted closer to mid-
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both a low center of gravi-
ty and a good front-to-rear
weight balance of 53:47.
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but still have access to
some of the same fun.
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both direct and port injec-
tion for each cylinder, one
injecting fuel into the com-
bustion chamber and the
other port injector
feeding fuel above the in-
take valves.
New technology for the
Scion family, this D-45 in-
jection was adopted from
the Lexus IS F. This might
be a bragging point for the
Scion FR-S buyer who as-
pires to someday park a
Lexus in the drive.
The FR-S has EPA-
estimated ratings of 34
miles per gallon on the
highway with the auto-
matic transmission, and
an estimated 30 mpg high-
way with the manual
transmission.
The test car featured the
six-speed manual which,
when given the chance, be-
haved very well. There
were, as neighbors might
confirm, a couple of in-
stances when the driver
was lost between second
and third gears, giving rise
to a painful grinding as the
FR-S accelerated down the
street.
The Dynamic Rev
Management technology
in the automatic transmis-
sion raises the engine
speed to help match en-
gine revs to gear ratios on
downshifts, Toyota says. It
is designed to limit drive-
line shock and add to the
sporty experience of driv-
ing the car.
The automatic transmis-
sion also features a sport
mode that shortens shift
timing and throttle re-
sponse. In sport mode, the
transmission will also hold
gears longer at higher revs
before upshifting, making
it easier to enjoy the torque
and horsepower in the up-
per reaches of the rev
range.
Standard equipment on
the FR-S includes 17-inch
allow wheels, disc brakes
all around, six air bags, ve-
hicle stability control, anti-
lock brakes, brake force
distribution and brake as-
sist.
With complimentary
Scion Service Boost and
the no-haggle, no-hassle
pure price offered by
some 1,000 Scion dealers,
Toyota figures its new
FR-S gets a checkered flag.
King is an automotive
writer who lives in the City
of Grosse Pointe.
Scions new FR-S takes speedy bow
AUTOMOTIVE
2013 Scion FR-S
PHOTO COURTESY OF SCION
FEATURES
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AUTOMOTIVE
A
h, the ele-
gant sim-
plicity of it:
the 2013
Mazda5, a
six-passenger carryall
with artistically sculpted
sides and a practical
streak.
The Mazda5 debuted in
2006 and has been getting
regular updates and im-
provements in the inter-
vening years. Mazda5
models for 2013 include
Sport, Touring and Grand
Touring.
All models share the
Mazdas MZR 157 horse-
power 2.5-liter engine.
The 2013 Mazda5 can
be equipped with either a
six-speed manual trans-
mission, Sport models
only, or a five-speed elec-
tronically-controlled au-
tomatic with manual shift
mode. The 2.5-liter with
manual transmission has
an EPA rating of 21
city/28 highway miles per
gallon. With the automat-
ic, the vehicles fuel con-
sumption is rated at 22
city/28 highway.
The Mazda5 is a hand-
some smaller family
multi-purpose vehicle
with a modest base price
of $25,000.
All models feature seat-
ing for up to six, with cap-
tain-style second-row
armchairs between
which passengers headed
for the two-person split
rear seat pass.
Safety updates for the
2013 Mazda5 include rear
backup sensors for the
Touring and Grand
Touring models.
The mid-level Touring
model also has 17-inch al-
loy wheels and all-season
tires, a rear liftgate spoil-
er, clear lens halogen fog
lights, Bluetooth hands-
free phone and audio,
leather-wrapped steering
wheel and shift knob and
a trip computer.
To those features the
Grand Touring model
adds a power moonroof,
Xenon high-intensity dis-
charge headlights, auto-
matic on/off headlights,
heated outside mirrors
and rain-sensing wind-
shield wipers.
The Grand Touring in-
terior offers heated front
seats, leather-trimmed
seating upholstery and
satellite radio with a four-
month subscription.
The test Mazda5 Grand
Touring had a window
sticker of $24,470. The
Mazda5 Sport starts at
$19,940.
King is an automotive
writer who lives in the
City of Grosse Pointe.
By Jenny King
Special Writer
2013 Mazda5: graceful utility
PHOTOS BY JENNY KING
A minivan with manual
transmission? The 2013
Mazda5 Sport offers a
five-speed with its 2.5-liter
engine for those who like
to shift for themselves.
Second-row captain-style
seats are standard on all
Mazda5 models.
The 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid is a top-rated 4-door sedan with an EPA fu-
el economy rating of 50 miles per gallon city, 45 mpg highway and 47 mpg
combined. The hybrid combines the exterior styling and spacious interior
packaging of the Accord Sedan with a two-motor hybrid system from
Hondas Earth Dreams Technology advanced powertrain series. Mass pro-
duction of the new hybrid is underway at Hondas manufacturing facility in
Marysville, Ohio. The manufacturer's suggested retail price ranges from
$29,155 for the well-equipped Accord Hybrid to $34,905 for the Accord
Hybrid Touring model, plus destination and handling.
PHOTO COURTESY OF HONDA
2014 Honda Accord Hybrid
B & M Auto Service Greater Mack & California
BP Gas Jefferson & 9 Mile
Brownies on the Lake 24214 Jefferson (N. of 9 Mile - Seasonal)
Caffe Far Bella 23233 Mack Drive (9 - Mack Drive)
Citizens Bank 23505 Greater Mack at 9 Mile
CVS 22515 Greater Mack (8 1/2 Mile)
Donut Express 23000 Harper (SE. corner 9 Mile & Harper)
E. Forline Salon 25619 Jefferson (E. of 10 Mile)
First State Bank 23600 Greater Mack at 9 Mile
First State Bank 24335 Harper (Between 9 Mile & Fresard)
Flagstar Bank 23108 Harper at 9 Mile
Gilberts Pro Hardware Harper at Avalon
Kroger 23191 Marter (Near Lakeshore Dr.)
Mack Alger Firestone 22025 Mack at Alger
Mobil Oil Harper at 8 Mile
Rams Horn 9 Mile & Jefferson
Realty Executive Select 24938 Harper (SE. corner 10 Mile & Harper)
Rite Aid Jefferson & Marter
7-Eleven Harper at Shady Lane
7-Eleven Jefferson (Between 9 Mile & Marter)
St. Clair Shores Senior Center 20000 Stephens St. (Between I-94 & Little Mack)
Steves Back Room Jefferson & Downing
Wine Garden 22425 Harper (Near 9 Mile)
Zazz Gas Station Harper & Shady Lane
Ardmore Caf 26717 Little Mack at Ardmore Park Dr.
Beaumont 25631 Little Mack (Between 10 Mile & Frazho)
Blue Goose Inn 28911 Jefferson (Between Martin & 12 Mile)
BP Gas Little Mack at 11 Mile
Detroit Coney 25801 Jefferson (N. of 10 Mile)
Dockside Caf 22500 E. 11 Mile at Jefferson
Guastellos Village Market 28510 Harper (NE. corner Harper & Marter)
Little Mack Party Store Little Mack & Martin
Marvins Mini Market (Shell) Little Mack at 11 Mile
Palmers Inn Family Restaurants 28660 Harper (N. of Martin)
7-Eleven Jefferson & Statler (N. of 10 Mile)
7-Eleven Little Mack at 11 Mile
ShorePointe Village Jefferson & Lakeland
Sports Channel 25419 Jefferson (N. of 10 Mile)
St. Clair Shores City Hall 27600 Jefferson (S. of 11 Mile)
St. Clair Shores Library 27600 Jefferson (S. of 11 Mile)
Sunnys Kitchen 26400 Harper (S. of 11 Mile)
Buscemis 30631 Jefferson at Francis St.
Midas 29611 Harper (N. of 12 Mile)
Shoreline Manor 29601 Jefferson (12 Mile & Jefferson)
Ye Olde Toy Shoppe 29929 Harper (N. of 12 Mile)
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s acur l t y / Duck-
r Ouhd chack.
(58)15-1118
708
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CARRIAGE hOusa
uurtnaht IOr lausa,
lh vary qulat halh-
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nl d Dac anDar .
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lus suna IOr sa-
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ar nOhth.
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709
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l nnadl uta Occu-
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716
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ART aduc u t l Oh
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l daus, I l ha ur t s,
cruIts, 48 ussOrtad
rlcas.
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Yaurs Exarlahca.
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(586)265-2695
406 ESTATE SALES
1 2 2 8 B r y s O I I
Murtar. Suturduy,
1 0 u n - 5 n ,
S uhdu y , 1 1 u n-
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NOvanDar 15 & 1,
un- 5n. Ah-
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u n - 4 n .
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11, sOna haw, dOlls
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