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MANISTEE -- West Shore Community College and Manistee Civic Players are teaming up again to produce another blockbuster musical--”Annie Get Your Gun.” The musical is being presented at the historic Ramsdell Theatre in Manistee June 25 and 26; July 1 and 2, at 7:30 p.m. and on Sunday, July 3, at 2 p.m. Director Rick Plummer says that “Annie Get Your Gun,” like one of WSCC’s and MCP’s more recent popular co-productions, “The Sound of Music,” is also based on real-life figures. The real-life Von Trapp family are dramatized in the popular Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, and the “Annie” from the title of this musical refers to Annie Oakley, the iconic American sharpshooter, who, along with her husband, fellow marksman Frank Butler, were two of the featured acts in Buffalo Bill Cody‘s “Wild West Show. “I’ve always been a history buff,” Plummer says, “and after acting in and directing several big outdoor historical dramas around the country, I went to do my graduate study with the theater scholar who had published the only book on this remarkable genre of drama.” “Annie Get Your Gun” is Irving Berlin’s valentine to show business and to the love between two endearing characters from our past, Plummer continues. The big show number from the score is “There’s No Business Like Show Business,” which has become a popular anthem for theater and theater artists worldwide. The musical is set on the stage of “Buffalo Bill Cody’s Wild West Show and Congress of Rough Riders from Around the World.” Cody is portrayed in this production by WSCC president, Chuck Dillon. Annie Oakley, America’s sweetheart straight shooter is played by Dani Stansell. Stansell’s onstage partner is John Reed, who plays Frank Butler, Annie Oakley’s devoted husband and fellow showman and exhibition shooter. John Bell plays Chief Sitting Bull, the Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux holy man who led his people as a war chief during years of resistance to United States government policies and its genocide of Native peoples. Sitting Bull joined Cody’s Wild West Show and toured briefly with it around the world in 1885. “Native people are shown to be heroic, highly intelligent, and sensitive first Americans--in fact, in Sitting Bull’s case, he is depicted as much more intelligent and sensitive than almost anyone else in the cast of characters in the play,” Plummer concludes. Annie Oakley is played by Manistee resident and popular area actress Dani Stansell. Oakley’s amazing talent and timely rise to fame led to a starring role in Buffalo Bill Cody’s Wild West Show, which propelled her to become the first American female superstar. Using a.22 caliber rifle at 90 feet, Oakley reputedly could split a playing card edge-on and put five or six more holes in it before it touched the ground. “Everyone loved Annie for her amazing shooting skills, but also for her humility, kindness and generosity. I hope to portray those characteristics and make audiences love her, too,” Stansell said.
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Last week, the chamber received word that the Manistee National Forest Festival brochures were ready and would arrive at the chamber office on Friday, just in time for Memorial Day weekend. That was good news because the earlier the brochures are distributed the more time visitors and residents have to plan their time during this special week in Manistee. Forest Festival is a collection of events and the money raised at these events — like the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast, Lions Fish Boil, Jaycees Aquapalooza and the events at First Street Beach — supports programs and services throughout our community all year long. The challenge was that most volunteers and business owners were too busy getting ready for the busy Memorial Day weekend to help distribute the Forest Festival brochures. So how could we get these brochures out? “If I had a little red wagon, I’d take them myself,” I said to Janette at the chamber office. “We have a little yellow wagon,” she informed me — and so I was off. I visited every store and restaurant on River Street that was open and, take it from me, the county’s largest shopping district is ready for summer and most stores already had shoppers inside.

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Full of purpose and buoyed by the chance to greet so many business owners on a beautiful day, I moved quickly (OK, I dallied a little bit at Suvi, but they have some great summer fashions so who could blame me?) and by 1 p.m. I was on my way north to Onekama. In Onekama, I stopped at MacBeth, EZ Mart and Portage Point Inn and several businesses in between and delivered brochures and posters for the carnival. Our beautiful Onekama is at its best in summer and I had the strangest longing to be a visitor and not a resident, so that I could be just arriving for the summer. After a stop at Portage Point Inn (where summer is so perfect it seems like a movie), I headed to Saddle Up in Bear Lake and worked my way south from there and as always the view of Bear Lake coming around the curve of U.S. 31 by JJ Witty’s just takes my breath away. In six hours of delivering Forest Festival brochures, I barely scratched the surface of stores and restaurants in Manistee County and this week we’ll be delivering to

Fashion show and luncheon
Suvi Boutique of Manistee and Bear Lake Manor will be hosting a fashion show and luncheon on Saturday, June 12, noon at Bear Lake Manor. Ladies from the Manistee area will be modeling apparel and fashion accessories during the special luncheon prepared by Bear Lake Manor’s staff. Suvi will also be featuring local designer, Tuley of Pink Label Fashion. Tuley offers fashionable custom attire including Neo Victorian apparel and custom corsets. Plan to attend and bring a friend. Seating is limited; call Jan at (231) 864-2242 to make your reservation early.

bright and welcoming petunias that greet visitors to Manistee — needs just four more volunteers to help water flowers this summer. Duprey says it takes about two hours per week and can be done at the convenience of the volunteer. Please consider pitching in to make sure these beautiful flowers survive the summer tourist season. To volunteer, contact Kathie Duprey at 723-4041.

and there are no minimum hourly requirements. Volunteer training is currently being scheduled and persons interested are urged to contact Jean Taylor at (231) 845-3422 — or e-mail jtaylor@hom.org. Information about Hospice of Michigan is also available by visiting the Web site www. hom.org.

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Now is the time to protect your biggest asset, your workers
District Health Department #10 can help protect your workers by providing free H1N1 vaccinations — either on-site at your business or at the health department. To encourage employee participation, they are providing a special incentive drawing for all those who participate. Clients that make and keep their appointment will be entered to win a $25 gift card to a local business, to be awarded weekly through the month of June. The health department is asking community partners to help promote the vaccination program by informing clients of the availability of the free vaccinations and the incentive drawings. Getting vaccinated now will only help to boost immunity long term, as the H1N1 virus is here for the long haul. Please call DHD #10, Manistee County (231) 723-3595 for more information. Melissa Reed is the executive director of the Manistee Area Chamber of Commerce.

Hospice of Michigan seeks volunteers
Hospice of Michigan is looking for members of the community willing to donate their time to help provide individuals near the end-oflife quality care. Hospice of Michigan’s Ludington office has 80 volunteers dedicated to providing hundreds of hours a year to helping hospice patients and families in our community. Volunteers are needed for patient care in all service areas in Lake, Benzie, Manistee, Mason and Oceana counties. New programs are currently being developed and volunteer opportunities are available for many differing types of positions. Volunteer hours are flexible, are tailored to fit the volunteer and the patient,

Grower and greenhouse guide distributed
Since 1990, the Manistee County MSU Extension office has promoted local growers, greenhouses and related agribusinesses by producing a guide to help residents and visitors locate sources of local agricultural products. The 2010 guide features listings for 21 local agriculture businesses providing their address, hours of operation, items available, phone and fax numbers, e-mail and Web site information. A detailed map of the county shows the location of each business. Four thousand copies of this free guide were recently distributed to nearly 100 locations including the Manistee Area Chamber of Commerce and Manistee County Convention & Visitors Bureau. An electronic version of the guide may

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John Reed, a teacher at Ludington Area Schools, has been seen onstage at WSCC for years, most recently in the popular musical, “Forever Plaid.” John states, “Building a character for a stage performance can be a difficult and sometimes challenging process for me. I want the character to be authentic. There have been times in the past I have succeeded doing this and times that I have not been as successful as I would have liked. Having strong characters to portray can help make the process easier. Having to perform historical figures can bring the actor an advantage in creating a character. I find I want to learn as much about the person and the time period during which they lived so I can bring my character to life.” Tickets for “Annie Get Your Gun” are available by calling (800) 836-0717, or 843-5507. Tickets will also be available at the Ramsdell Theatre Box Office beginning June 23, although Plummer cautions those wishing to attend that “this is likely to be an SRO, standing room only, production and tickets should be reserved early.”

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June 8 — Scottville Summer Concert Series, 7 p.m. June 10 — Wellston Jammers Jam Session, 1-4 p.m., free admission, music and dancing, Norman Township Community Center, 1273 S. Seaman Rd., Wellston June 12-13 — Ludington Relay For Life, starts noon June 12 June 12-13 — Western Michigan Old Engine Club Tractor And Garden Tractor Pulls, Scottville June 12 — Classic car show, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Manistee Ford, 3471 Grant Highway June 13 — Benzie Area Symphony Orchestra Concert, 7 p.m., Benzie Central High School June 14 — Sheryl Crow with special guest Colbie Caillat, 8 p.m., Kresge Auditorium, Interlochen Center for the Arts June 15 — Maple Syrup Pancake Supper, Historic White Pine Village, Ludington June 15 — Scottville Summer Concert Series, 7 p.m. June 16 — CustomsN-Classics Car Club Cruise-In Night, 5-8 p.m., Wendy’s restaurant, 1492 U.S. 31 South, Manistee June 16 — Music In The Park, Ludington June 18 — Music at Ludington State Park, 7 p.m. June 19 — Spirit of the Woods Folk Festival, 11:45 a.m.-11 a.m., Dickson Township Park, 14279 Coates Highway, Brethren June 19 — Travis Tritt, 8 p.m., Little River Casino Resort June 19 — Portage Lake Association Annual Dinner, 5:30 p.m., Little River Casino Resort, (231) 889-4281, ext. 2 June 19 — 14th Annual Craft Fair, Frankfort June 19 — Antique Vehicle & Muscle Car Show, Mineral Springs Park, Frankfort June 19 — Elberta Summer Solstice Festival June 19-20 — Gus Macker 3-on-3 Charity Basketball Tournament, 8

a.m.-8 p.m., Ludington June 19-20 — Pentwater Spring Fest Arts & Crafts Fair, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. June 20-21 — Benzie Community Chorus Cabaret, Crystal Mountain Resort, by reservation only, (231) 3527552 June 21 — Manistee Choral Society Summer Solstice Concert, 7 p.m., Faith Covenant Church, 475 Eighth St., Manistee June 22 — ShoreLine ShowCase Jazz, Jive at Five, 7 p.m., First Street beach Rotary gazebo, Manistee June 22 — Scottville Summer Concert Series, 7 p.m. June 23 — Music in the Park, Ludington June 23 — Manistee County Sport Fishing Association Kid Fish Day, 9 a.m., Man Made Lake, Manistee June 24 — Kids Barn Dance and Potluck, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Circle Rocking S Children’s Farm June 25 — Ludington Farmer’s Market, 3-8 p.m. June 25 — Third Coast Film Society Film Series, 7 p.m., Ludington Area Center for the Arts June 25 — Nitecrawler Hunt, 10 p.m., Frankfort June 25-27 — “Annie Get Your Gun,” Ramsdell Theatre, Manistee June 25-27, July 1-3 — Fabrications/Textile Art Exhibit by Manistee Art Institute, Ramsdell Theatre, 101 Maple St., Manistee June 25 — Kelly Trudell Veterans Benefit Concert, 9 p.m., Little River Casino Resort June 26 — Paula Cole, 8 p.m., Little River Casino Resort June 26 — The Moody Blues, 8 p.m., Kresge Auditorium, Interlochen Center for the Arts June 26 — Strawberry Fest, 2-5 p.m., Marilla Museum and Pioneer Place, 9991 Marilla Rd., Copemish June 26 — Juhannus Mid-Summer Day Celebration, 6 p.m., Kaleva Roadside Park, Nine Mile Road, Kaleva June 26-27 — Onekama Area ArtSnake Open Studio Tour, 10

a.m.-4 p.m., Onekama area June 26 — Onekama Area Art Snake, 10 a.m June 26 — Paula Cole, 8 p.m., Little River Casino Resort June 26 — Manistee Clan Muzzleloaders Shoot Time June 26 — Take a Kid Fishing, 8 a.m., Frankfort June 26 — 3rd annual Wheels4Wellness Bike Ride around Crystal Lake, 9:30 a.m., Beulah Village Park June 26 — Third Annual Chuckwagon Supper & Show, Manistee County Fairgrounds, Onekama June 26 — Scottville Music Festival, 1-10 p.m. June 27 — Old Time Base Ball Match, 1-4 p.m., Historic White Pine Village, Ludington June 29 — Scottville Clown Band Concert for Hospice of Michigan, 5 p.m., Scottville June 29 — ShoreLine ShowCase Jazz, Tom Hagen-Cheri Lynn Trio with Rick Reuther, 7 p.m., First Street Beach Rotary gazebo, Manistee June 30 — Music in the Park, Ludington June 30 — Dulcimers at the Big Sable Point Lighthouse, 7 p.m., Ludington State Park June 30 — Bela Fleck, Zakir Hussain and Edgar Meyer, 8 p.m., Kresge Auditorium, Iinterlochen Center for the Arts July 1-4 — Manistee National Forest Festival July 1-3 — “Annie Get Your Gun,” Ramsdell Theatre, 101 Maple St., Manistee, 723-7188 July 1-4, 8-11 — Interlochen Shakespeare Festival: “Macbeth,” 7 p.m., Harvey Theatre, Interlochen Center for the Arts July 3 — The Capitol Steps, 5 p.m. and 8 p.m., Corson Auditorium, Interlochen Center for the Arts July 3 — Manistee National Forest Festival parade, 10 a.m., River Street, Manistee July 4 — Manistee National Forest Festival fireworks, 10:30 p.m., First Street Beach July 4 — World Youth Symphony Orchestra “An All-American Fourth of July,” 8 p.m., Kresge Auditorium, Interlochen Center for the Arts July 6 — ShoreLine ShowCase Jazz, Mary Rademacher with The Mark Kahny Band, 7 p.m., First Street Beach Rotary
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United Way raises $170,000
Funds raised by United Way of Manistee County are used to defray operating expenses for 11 member agencies, Manistee 2-1-1 and the Manistee County Community Clinic. Corey Van Fleet, United Way executive director, praised and thanked all the board members and volunteers who made this a very successful United Way year. He stressed that Manistee County residents have provided their time, talents and treasure as United Way improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of Manistee County.

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Fifth grade students at Onekama Schools receive a grant for $200 from the Spirit of the Woods Garden Club member Phyllis Russell.

Onekama students receive grant
ONEKAMA — The fifth grade class of Jennifer Bromley at Onekama Schools wrote a grant to the Spirit of the Woods Garden Club seeking funds to beautify the school’s new flower beds, and they recently received word that the garden club had awarded them a $200 grant. The students were extremely pleased when Phyllis Russell presented them a check on behalf of the garden club. Russell was also given a tour of the school greenhouse project that is growing greens to be used in salads for the school lunch program. Russell gave the students an inspirational speech, and praised their efforts with the gardening projects at the school. The fifth grade class are the ones that have been in charge of maintaining the greenhouse project. The district is also very active in farm-toschool programs to bring a healthy diet into the lunch program. It is all part of the greenhouse project, and the effort to bring healthier foods to the students.

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SATURDAY, JUNE 5 Onekama Thrift Shop, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Benefit Auction for Bob Zay, 1:00 p.m., Custer VFW. 7949828 for info. Manistee Moose Swiss Steak dinner, 5-7:30 p.m., 1010 Robinson. SUNDAY, JUNE 6 Euchre, Manistee American Legion, 2 p.m. Kaleva Lions Club Pancake Breakfast 8:00 a.m. to 12 Noon; Kaleva Lions Den. A discussion group on Comparative Religions, based on the book World Religions by Huston Smith, 7 p.m.; Church of the Holy Trinity, 410 Second St. 723-2078 for info. Bear Lake Lions Club Pancake Breakfast, 8 a.m.-11 a.m., Bear Lake Lions Den Free Coffee Devotion, “Open Door” led by Lay leader Paco Theisen, Stafono’s, 3 p.m. (an outreach of the United Methodist Church) MONDAY, JUNE 7 Catholic War Veterans Stephen T. Duchon Post 1847, 2 p.m., St. Joseph Parish Center TOPS 528, First Baptist Church, weigh-in, 3:45-5 p.m., meeting follows. TOPS #1801 meets at 11 a.m., First Baptist Church, 1201 Lakeshore Rd. TUESDAY, JUNE 8 Manistee Community Playgroup 9-11 a.m.; Faith Covenant Church. Kristina 723-9739 kristinab2006@hotmail.com Community Table, St. Joseph Parish Center, 5:30-7 p.m MACC Clinic, 4-8 p.m. Manistee Health Clinic, 3rd Street. American Legion meets, 7p.m., 10 Mason St. Manistee, 7239501 DAV service officers will process VA claims and other veterans’/ dependents needs. 10a.m.-1p.m, VFW 1121 28th, Manistee, 7239220 B. Matzen Disabled Veterans Outreach Worker (DVOW), Manistee office, 9:00a.m.-4p.m., 1660 U.S.31 South Manistee WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9 Kiwanis General Meeting, 7-8:00 a.m., House of Flavors O.A.(Overeaters Anonymous) meeting 7 p.m.; Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 521 Cypress St., Manistee, 723-2883 VFW service officers will process VA claims and any other veteran’s/dependent needs, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., 1211 28th St Manistee, 723-9220 VFW service officer process VA claims and any other, veteran’s/ dependent needs, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., 13300 9- Mile Rd., Kaleva, 231-362-3229 Ranger Steve Mueller, consummate naturalist, park ranger, consultant, researcher will present a program on butterflies, 7pm at Lake Bluff Bird Sanctuary, 2890 lakeshore Rd, Manistee. For more information, 231-723-4042 or email lakebluff@michiganaudubon. org THURSDAY, JUNE 10 Wellston Jammers Jam Session, 1-4 p.m., free admission, music, dancing, Norman Township Community Center, 1273 S. Seaman Road, Wellston FREE (adult) craft sessions, 9:30-11:30 a.m.; Onekama Church of the Brethren, 8266 Mill St., Onekama, 231-8894311. Customs -N-Classics Car Club, 7 p.m.; VFW, Manistee. Contact Patrick Broderick 723-3800. Kaleva Lions Club Pasties 8:00 a.m. to 12 Noon at the Kaleva Lions Den. Onekama Thrift Shop, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. American Legion, service officer will process VA claims/ dependents needs12:30-3p.m., or by appointment 10 Mason St, Manistee, 616-240-3883 M.C.C. Class of 1980 class reunion planning meeting, 6:30 p.m. at the Bungalow Restaurant FRIDAY, JUNE 11 Fish Fry at the VFW, 5-7:30pm, 1211 28th St, Manistee, 7239220 Manistee County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner, 7 p.m.; Portage Point Inn, Onekama. Reservations 889-3416. SATURDAY, JUNE 12 Onekama Thrift Shop, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Manistee Moose Turkey Plate, 5-7:30 p.m., 1010 Robinson. SUNDAY, JUNE 13 Euchre, Manistee American Legion, 2 p.m. Kaleva Lions Club Pancake Breakfast 8:00 a.m. to 12 Noon; Kaleva Lions Den. A discussion group on Comparative Religions, based on the book World Religions by Huston Smith, 7 p.m.; Church of the Holy Trinity, 410 Second St. 723-2078 for info. Bear Lake Lions Club Pancake Breakfast, 8 a.m.-11 a.m., Bear Lake Lions Den Free Coffee Devotion, “Open Door” led by Lay leader Paco Theisen, Stafono’s, 3 p.m. (an outreach of the United Methodist Church) MONDAY, JUNE 14 TOPS 528, First Baptist Church, weigh-in, 3:45-5 p.m., meeting follows. TOPS #1801 meets at 11 a.m., First Baptist Church, 1201 Lakeshore Rd. Write People, Inc. meets at the Scottville Public Library, 1p.m., call 723-2414 Manistee County Veterans Counselor, Beth Yeack, will be at the Veterans office in the court house, 9a.m.-2:30p.m, 3983587 or 233-3855 TUESDAY, JUNE 15 Community Table, St. Joseph Parish Center, 5:30-7 p.m. MACC Clinic, 4-8 p.m. Manistee Health Clinic, 3rd Street. DAV service officers will process VA claims and other veterans’/ dependents needs. 10 a.m.-1 p.m., VFW 1121 28th, Manistee, 723-9220 B. Matzen Disabled Veterans Outreach Worker (DVOW), Manistee office, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., 1660 U.S.31 South Manistee WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16 O.A.(Overeaters Anonymous) meeting 7 p.m.; Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 521 Cypress St., Manistee, 723-2883 Manistee Moose Burger Basket, 5-7:00 p.m., 1010 Robinson. VFW service officers will process VA claims and any other veteran’s/dependent needs, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., 1211 28th St Manistee, 723-9220 VFW service officer will process VA claims and any other veteran’s/dependent needs, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., 13300 9 Mile Rd., Kaleva, 231-362-3229 Customs -N-Classics Car Club Cruise-In Night 5-8 p.m.,Wendy’s in Manistee. THURSDAY, JUNE 17 Kaleva Lions Club Pasties 8:00 a.m. to 12 Noon at the Kaleva Lions Den. Onekama Thrift Shop, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Manistee Area Parkinson Support Group, 11a.m., West Shore Medical Center Education section, room #1 Walsh Post 4499 meets, 7p.m., 1211 28th St, Manistee, 7239220 (Note new time) American Legion, service officer will process VA claims/ dependents needs12:30-3p.m., or by appointment 10 Mason St, Manistee, 616-240-3883 FRIDAY, JUNE 18 American Legion Fish Fry, 5-7:30 p.m. 10 Mason St Manistee 723-9501 Manistee County Veterans Counselor, Beth Yeack 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Senior Center, Please Call 723-6477 for an Appointment SATURDAY, JUNE 19 Onekama Thrift Shop, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Manistee Moose Roast Pork dinner, 5-7:30 p.m., 1010 Robinson.

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gazebo, Manistee July 7 — Customs -N-Classics Car Club Cruise-In Night, 5-8 p.m., Wendy’s restaurant, 1492 U.S. 31 South, Manistee July 8 — Wellston Jammers Jam Session, 1-4 p.m., free admission, music and dancing, Norman Township Community Center, 1273 S. Seaman Road, Wellston July 9-11 — Benzie Community Chorus Cabaret, Crystal Mountain Resort, by reservation only, (231) 352-7552 July 9 — Rick Springfield, 9 p.m., Little River Casino Resort July 9-11 — Bear Lake Days July 11 — David Shifrin, clarinet, with the World Youth Symphony Orchestra, 8 p.m., Kresge Auditorium, Interlochen Center for the Arts July 13 — ShoreLine ShowCase Jazz, Curtis Fuller with Arno Marsh and The Catherine Whitney Trio, 7 p.m., First Street Beach Rotary gazebo, Manistee July 13 — Interlochen “Collage,” 7:30 p.m., Kresge Auditorium, Interlochen Center for the Arts July 14 — POST Comedy Theatre starring Robert Post, 7 p.m., Corson Auditorium, Interlochen Center for the Arts July 16-18 — Kaleva Days July 17 — America – 40th Anniversary Tour, 8 p.m., Little River Casino Resort July 20 — ShoreLine ShowCase Jazz, Tony Reynolds and Eclipse, 7 p.m., First Street Beach Rotary gazebo, Manistee Other Summer Festivals and Community Celebrations July 23-25 — Arcadia Daze Aug. 5-8 — Onekama Days Aug. 6-8 — Copemish Days Aug. 21 — Bear Lake Community Yard Sale Aug. 31-Sept. 5 — Manistee County Fair Sept. 4-5 — Brethren Days Sept. 11 — Port City Street Fair, Manistee Where to go and who to call for area fun and activities n Paine Aquatic Center at Manistee High School, 525 12th St., Manistee, 723-2547 n Ice Arena and Recreation Center at West Shore Community College, 3000 N. Stiles Road, Scottville, 8456211, www.westshore.edu n Little River Casino Resort, M-22 at U.S. 31, Manistee, (888) 5682244, www.lrcr.com. n Manistee County Historical Museum, 425 River St., Manistee, 7235531 n Manistee National Forest, (231) 723-2211, www.fs.fed.us/r9/hmnf n Crystal Mountain Resort, (800) 968-7686, www.crystalmountain. com n Caberfae Peaks Ski and Golf Resort, (231) 862-3000, http://caberfaepeaks.com n Interlochen Center for the Arts, (800) 6815920, www.interlochen. org n Northern Michigan Dragway, (231) 362-3439, www.northernmichigandragway.net n Manistee Civic Players at the Ramsdell Theatre, 723-7188, purchase tickets online at

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www.ramsdell-theater.org n Indoor heated pool, hot tub, fitness room, Portage Point Inn, 8567 South Portage Point Drive, Onekama, 8894222 n West Shore Community College, (231) 845-6211, www.westshore.edu n Arts and Culture Alliance of Manistee County, www.allartsmanistee.com n Ludington Area Arts Council, www.ludingtonartscouncil.org n Manistee Art Institute, (231) 723-2682 n Spirit of the Woods Music Association, (231) 477-5381, www.spiritofthewoods.org n Carmike Harbor Cinema, Ludington, (231) 843-9310 n Marilla Museum and Pioneer Place, 9991 Marilla Road, Copemish, (231) 378-2123 n Ramsdell Theatre Tours, 101 Maple St., Manistee, Saturdays, 1-4 p.m., start June 19 n Bottle House Museum, 14551 Wuoksi Ave., Kaleva, (2310 3623519 This list is compiled by News Advocate entertainment editor Dave Yarnell. Listing suggestions are appreciated. Contact Yarnell at 3983111 or dyarnell@pioneergroup.com.

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SHORELINE SHOWCASE

Choral society planning summer solstice concert
The Manistee Choral Society, Free Spirit and featured soloists and vocal quartets will present a Summer Solstice Choral Concert on Monday, June 21, 7 p.m. at Faith Covenant Church, Manistee. The music will be from American composers, including Copland, Berlin, Ellington and also a premier performance of “Wherever There Is Love” by Manistee Choral Society director Carol Voigts. Guest musicians will include pianist Carrie Selbee, Ginny Foster on violin and Benj Ecker on cello. The entire company will join together for Irving Berlin’s rolicking “I Love A Piano.” The keepsake souvenir chapbook program will feature poetry and artwork of various choral members.

‘ArtSnake’ open studio tour
The 2010 Onekama Area ArtSnake Open Studio Tour will be held from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, June 26 and 27. The tour will include eight artists who will open their working studios to the public to see new paintings, drawings, sculptures and fabric art. The artists are Amanda Acker, Jamey and Susan Barnard, Les Scruggs, Leslie J. Laskey, Richard Kooyman and Melanie Parke, and Lauren Satlowski. The name ArtSnake came from the creative concept that people would “snake” around the curvy Portage Lake as they toured the various artists’ studios. Maps for the tour and further information is available at the Web site www.artsnakestudiotour. blogspot.com.

2010 Manistee ShoreLine ShowCase committee includes, from the left, Tom H. Amor (co-chair), Steve Rogers, Kasey Briske (co-chair), Lyn Houtman, Susette Redman, Paul Anderson, and Bill Dean. Missing from photo are Mary Russell (treasurer), Sarah Kuriger, and Michele Bueker.

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Contributions sought for jazz concert series
MANISTEE — The Manistee ShoreLine ShowCase committee is continuing the funding drive that makes the June 22 through Aug. 24 summer jazz concerts possible. It reminds area residents that it is their contributions, large and small, that make the concerts possible. Committee members include co-chairs Tom H. Amor and Kasey Briske and also Paul Anderson, Michele Bueker, Bill Dean, Lyn Houtman, Sarah Kuriger, Susette Redman, Steve Rogers, and Mary Russell. The ShoreLine ShowCase committee exists to raise the funds necessary for the concerts and also to make concert arrangements. It is a totally volunteer effort, and additional volunteers are always welcome. “This year the concerts will be outstanding,” said committee member Bill Dean. “They include some past performers and some new ones.” The concerts are on Tuesday evenings from 7 until 9 p.m. at Rotary Gazebo at First Street beach. The first one, on June 22, will feature a new group, Jive at Five. Levels of support include Diamond ($1,000 plus), Platinum ($500 plus), Gold ($250-499), Silver ($100-249), Bronze ($50-99) and Friend (amounts up to $49). Donors are acknowledged in each week’s printed program and this year there are additional promotional benefits for major contributors. Contributions can be mailed to ShoreLine ShowCase Treasurer Mary Russell, 272 Lighthouse Circle, Manistee, MI 49660. Additional information is available from Amor at 723-7825 or Briske at 7232349.

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STRONACH – The Manistee County Planning Commission approved several zoning ordinance amendments and heard a very informative report on a variety of meetings and training sessions attended by various planning commission members. One set of the amendments came from the Stronach Planning Commission to clarify the definition of livestock and to add definitions of domestic animal, fowl, fur bearing animal and exotic. The proposed amendments are all wording changes. Manistee County Planner Sue Wagner found that the proposed amendments do not create additional land uses within the township, and she doesn’t find that they will create conflicts with neighboring jurisdictions. The commission voted to inform the Stronach Township Board it may take action on the proposed amendments at its discretion, but may want to consider information contained in the staff report. Several zoning amendments presented by the Filer Township were reviewed by planning commission members William Pettis and Gayle Crampton. The proposed amendments were wording chances only and Wagner reported that she found no conflict with the Manistee County Master Plan. She also reported that no new land uses are being created by the zoning amendment and no zoning districts were being modified to cause conflicts with neighboring jurisdictions. Wagner said that based on her review, the Charter Township of Filer can take action on the proposed amendment at its discretion. They voted 6-0 to approve that action. A request came in from Robert Knowles regarding property No. 51-08-032-17505 for an address for a new home he is building on a private road of High Bridge Road. There are already two addresses issued on this private road, so Knowles was told that the private road would have to be named and his address would be assigned to the new private road. The name he suggested was Wilderness Trail and it resulted in three changes of address. They include: n 7660 High Bridge Road to 13950 Wilderness Trail. n 7614 High Bridge Road to 13879 Wilderness Trail. n 7616 High Bridge Road to 13779 Wilderness Trail. Wagner delivered her monthly report to the board, and in it were several items of interest. She told the board that four soil erosion permits were issued, and nine were closed out during the month. She also said that four new addresses were issued by the department. The planner also reported that the quarterly Brownfield report was completed and that she worked on additional zoning maps for Manistee Township and started writing language for the capital improvements plan. Wagner also gave an update on the remonumentation program in the absence of county surveyor Patrick Bentley. “He sent me a message saying that he and Jim Nordlund have started on this year’s contracts and that on June 21 they will have a peer meeting to review the corners that were done by the Forest Service,” said Wagner. “Pat also told me he is working on getting the 2008 GPS work.” Reports were given by meetings and training sessions. Those that were touched on included a Cooperative Planning meeting in Dickson and Norman Townships, Shared Public Services Initiative, Farm Market GAAMP training and New Economy 101 and 201 meetings. Planning Commission member Roger Smithe delivered a permit application on the Inland Lakes and Streams Act on a request to build a bridge at the Old Stronach Road Crossing of the Little Manistee River. “I went and looked at the bridge, and there presently is two 12-foot culverts,” said Smithe. “I think building a bridge will allow the river to flow more freely.” Planning commission members agreed by a 5-0 vote to send a letter supporting the construction of the bridge. However, the board also voted 5-0 to oppose a United States Environmental Protection Agency Public Notice on an injection well just over the Manistee County line in Mason County. The planning commission opposed the well because they didn’t feel it was deep enough to protect the drinking water. Planning commission member Gayle Crampton is leaving the board to pursue business interests and to seek a seat on her own township planning board after serving four years on the county board. The board passed a motion to honor her service to the board.

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Manistee Medical Care foundation off the ground
MANISTEE — The Manistee County Medical Care Facility Foundation is an organization in its infancy that, ironically, was created to help people who are at the other end of the age spectrum. According to Linda Duchon, administrator and chief operating officer of the medical care facility, the foundation was started to give people and organizations an easy method of making contributions toward projects that will help the facility. Larry Bielski is president of the foundation board, Mary Murton is treasurer, and Duchon is secretary. Other board members are Dr. Malinda Bell, T.G. Stege, and Ben Kubiak. Stege said he became interested in serving on the board after spending time at the facility visiting a friend. “I encourage people to stop out and visit,” he said. “They will be surprised how many of the residents they know, and just five minutes will make someone’s day. I guarantee that you will leave here with a jump in your step.” Duchon said there is always a lot going on at the facility and during the recent observance of National Nursing Home Week, there were more activities than ever. They included baseball day, Hawaiian day, hat day, sports day. Girl Scouts handed out cookies. Summer picnic complete with hot dogs and strawberry shortcake, ice cream social, funky sock day, western day. “There is always so much energy and activity here,” Bell said. Currently the medical care facility has 122 residents. Duchon said that there were a lot of visitors during that week; “but always have quite a few,” she said. “We were pleased that during nursing home week even some employees not scheduled to work came in for some of the special events.” Duchon added that one of the improvements made at the facility recently has been very popular with residents, staff and vistors. Major changes were made to the dining area that make it easier for visitors to get something to eat; and residents can find something to eat at any time. “The residents, staff, and visitors really like the new arrangement,” Duchon said. “It’s important that visitors can get something to eat because it’s not unusual for family members to spend the whole day at the facility with their loved ones. Bielski said the foundation board is always looking for specific projects and then contributions to fund them. Currently they are considering purchasing new lift tables for the rehabilitation center in honor of Delores and Harry Tabaczka, replacing tables that are 48 years old. Tax-deductible contributions can be mailed to the Manistee County Medical Care Facility Foundation at 1505 E. Parkdale Ave., Manistee 49660. Further information is availabe by calling Duchon at (231) 723-2543.

Change in venue
Shakespeare theater returns to Benzie County for seventh season
Lakeside Shakespeare Theatre (LST), the Chicago-based theatre ensemble, returns to Benzie County for its seventh season with “King Lear” and “As You Like It.” The performances will begin July 28, with shows on July 28-31 and August 3-6. Admission and parking are free, with a $10 donation suggested, and after the performance additional good will donations will be accepted. LST will be moving across the bay to Tank Hill in Frankfort, 178 Park Avenue, just off M-22. The new space will include a larger stage, more technical abilities and a more intimate theatrical experience. It will also be accessible to those with disabilities. Audience members are encouraged to bring picnic dinners, blankets, low beach chairs and appropriate outdoor wear. The ensemble will perform in all weather. Lakeside Shakespeare Theatre was founded in 2003 as the Lakeside Shakespeare Project by Artistic Director Elizabeth Laidlaw, a professional actress, producer and theatre instructor based in Chicago with extensive ties to the Benzie County area. LST was created with the intention of establishing an annual summer theater festival in Benzie County. Past seasons have featured “Henry V,” “Love’s Labour’s Lost,” “The Taming of the Shrew,” “All’s Well That Ends Well,” “Henry IV,” “The Merry Wives of Windsor,” “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet,” “The Two Gentlemen of Verona,” “Twelfth Night,” or “What You Will,” and the “Tragedy of Julius Cæsar.” LST is a non-for-profit organization funded by The Seabury Foundation, The Allen Heath Foundation, The Robert and Patricia Colby Foundation and by the generosity of individual donors. Monetary contributions can be sent to: Lakeside Shakespeare Theatre, 4343 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago IL, 60618. Lakeside Shakespeare operates as a 501(c)(3) entity, and all contributions are tax deductible. Directing “King Lear” will be Jessi Hill, a veteran of Chicago and New York Theatre. Helming “As You Like It,” Jeff Christian has appeared as an actor or director for five of the six previous seasons, appearing most recently as Captain Fluellen in Henry V, and as director of “Love’s Labour’s Lost.” For more information please visit www.lakesideshakespeare.org or call the Benzie County Visitors Bureau at (231) 882-5801 and the FrankfortElberta Chamber of Commerce at (231) 352-7251.

Manistee Community Garden plots available
The Manistee Community Garden is taking applications for the opportunity to have a raised bed plot at the Sophia Street site, which is near Guardian Angels Church. The public garden will be ready for planting by June 5. Persons interested in growing their own food are encouraged to participate. Space this year is limited but expansion of the site is planned as funds become available. The cost for the raised bed rental is $15 for the season, plus a $10 cleanup deposit. Applications are available at Goodys Juice and Java, Salvation Army, Anne’s Used Books, The Book Store, Vincent’s Ice Cream, Love INC, Manistee Senior Center, District 10 Health Department, ManisteeBenzie Community Mental Health, FiveCAP, Counseling Center, Manistee Farmers Market, Weesies, Manistee County Library and MSU Extension. The application can also be downloaded at the Web site bit.ly/ManisteeCCG There will be opportunities for learning about gardening throughout the season and a beginner’s pamphlet is available when the application is turned in.

Raised beds await dirt, owners, and plants at the site of Manistee’s community garden.

Dave Yarnell/News Advocate

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