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Officials from the Manistee County Museum and volunteers were on hand Friday morning for the dedication of a new historical marker on the corner of Cherry and First streets by the Manistee Riverwalk. The new marker will include a replica of a portion of the first large vessel to sail into the Manistee Harbor in the mid 1850’s call the Kewaxicum. Show are volunteer Ken Jilbert, Manistee County Historical Museum Board president Tom Stege, executive director Steve Harold and volunteer Henry Rozmarek of the Manistee Clan Muzzleloaders.

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Manistee County’s newest historical marker was dedicated last week when the Manistee County Historical Museum honored the scow schooner Kewaxicum, as being the first large vessel to sail this area by the placing of a plaque and a replica of a portion of the ship along the Riverwalk by the corner of First and Cherry streets. Manistee County Historical Museum executive director Steve Harold said the creation of this historical marker was the joint effort of many people. He said it signifies many things about the early days of the Manistee community. “It was the first large vessel built in Manistee and was built by a local carpenter, Andrew Sherwood, in 1855,” said Harold. “There were only about 300 or 400 people here at that time, but he had the talent to build it. It is built like a house or a log cabin, and is called a scow schooner. It is like a rectangular box, and this one had a small pointed bow, but they still are all square timbers.” Harold said it was a time when Manistee’s logging and timber industry was about to erupt into a major business. Lumberman from this area helped provide the lumber that built many big cities in the Midwest and schooners were used to transport it. “Sherwood built it in 1855 to haul timber to Chicago, and he named it after the chief of the Little River Band of Ottawa

Indians named Kewaxicum,” said Harold. “Kewaxicum was in this area for 60 years, and lived to be 114 years old. The fact that it was named after the chief is a good indication of the good working relationship between the early settlers and the indians.” The museum director said the display they built to be placed at the First and Cherry street location is a replica of the midsection portion of the vessel and half the size of the original. The display is to illustrate the simple construction of the stacked square timber style that was used on the scow schooners. “The original ship would have been able to haul a couple of semis of lumber, as it was 80 to 90 feet in length with a beam of 24 feet, and depth of six to seven feet,” said Harold. Funds were donated form the construction of the replica by Ron and Donna Bauman in memory of his parents Gordon and Ella Mae Bauman. All of the funds went to purchase the materials, as the rest of the work was done by Manistee County Historical Museum staff and volunteers. “A work crew of Manistee Clan Muzzloaders was put together by Henry Rozmarek and supervised by Ken Jilbert to handle the construction,” said Harold. “A friend of mine (C.Patrick LaBadie) who has been on 10 contemporary boats like this provided and the muzzle loaders put it all together. It is going to be permanent here, and we are going to put in a concrete base and more permanent marker.” Besides Rozmarek and Jilbert, others who helped on the project were Gerald Murray, Rod Hudson, Greg Berg, George Goodrich, Robert Johnson, Austin Perry
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and Harry Foster. As Rozmarek pointed out, there was a little work involved in the project. “We thought it was going to be like putting together a puzzle with all the pre-cut lumber,” Rozmarek wrote in a statement contained on the marker. “It entailed a lot of detailed cutting, planning, gluing, fitting, counter sinking and sanding.” Volunteers built the replica next to the Manistee County Historical Museum on First Street, and then with the assistance of Ed Seng, they moved it to its present location. The original Kewaxicum was launched in 1855 and sailed to Chicago carrying lumber for Sherwood until it sank in the harbor at Chicago in 1861. It was raised and then later registered to Galen Eastman, who was a Manistee lumberman, but all records of the vessel disappeared after 1866. Harold said it is a part of Manistee’s history and he hopes everyone will take the time to view it and read the historical marker detailing the events of Kewaxicum.

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• Finnish Line 5k Run/Walk 9am. Kaleva Elem. School - (231)362-3519 for info • Kaleva Historical Society Bake Sale at the Bottle House, 9 am • Brethren Cheerleaders' Car Wash at Kaleva Country Florist 9am. til Noon • Benzie Manistee Snowbirds Vintage Snowmobile Show and Swap Meet 10am til 4pm Trophies Awarded (231)362-2892 or (231)723-7337 also Joe's Vintage Racing Rupps • Kaleva Days Lions' Car Show, on site registration 11am til 3pm.- (231)4550712 for info • Motor Cycle Poker Run, July 10, Ride at 1pm. - (231)477-5299 info • Collector's Antique Tractor Show, in front of Park - (231)848-4396 for info. FRIDAY JULY 16TH • Face Painting by Sheryl 1pm. til 4pm. • Kaleva High School reunion at VFW • Horseback rides by Kay Miller in the pm Hall Social hour 5pm.; Dinner 6pm. • Kaleva Trolley Tours with John Makinen • Fire Fighters Beer Tent 6pm. til 1am. Noon til 2pm Rockin' G.T.'s, karoke & open mic- Kal• Kaleva Lions Steak Dinner and Silent eva Roadside Park Pavillion Auction 11am til 5pm. • Hot Dog Roast by Kaleva Beautification Team - Kaleva Roadside Park Pavillion • Kaleva Lions Food Wagon Saturday and Sunday 6-9 pm. • Northwest 4X4 Hosting Rock Obstacle Course and Demonstration, come Finan Steamer try your luck. 6pm in Industrial Park. Service 14044 Industrial Ave. • Kaleva (231)362-3855 for information
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• Craft Show and Sales at the Kaleva Roadside Park (231)864-2396 • Softball games at the ballfield behind the Roadside Park • Fishing Tournament registration at Osborn's Sports Shop (231)889-3775 • Makinen Fishing Lures collection and Ancestor's Pillow Case Display at Bottle House Museum. • Railroad Depot Museum and M&NE Engine Noon til 4pm. • Kaleva Art Gallery 10am. til 4pm. • Multi-National Flag Display in front of Kaleva Roadside Park • FREE KIDS DOLPHIN BOUNCER/with OBSTACLE & B-BALL HOOP

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• Maple Grove Fire Fighters Association Beer Tent 11am. till 1am. • Entertainment at the Roadside Park Pavillion: o Fuzz Bear 12:30pm. til 4:30pm. o Must Be Your Feet 5pm. til 8:30pm. o Cherri and the Violators 9pm. til 1am. • Fireworks at Dusk at the ballfield behind the Park

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zone for the fireworks. The police department maintains safety throughout the festival (including bringing extra barricades to the festival grounds). Thank you! n To the crew at Subway, who brought the chamber staff cookies on Monday morning, to thank us for an event that brought so many customers to town. n To Renee and Barry, who helped us at the gate, while their dad Barry Seymour Jr. and Powerplay rocked the night away at the Fireworks Party. n To my husband Patrick and my son David, who spent the weekend at my beck and call and only made a couple of comments about me being even bossier than usual. n And most of all to chamber staff Dianna Wall and Janette Virta and their families, who for the last 18 years have spent the 4th of July weekend making sure that thousands of festivalgoers have the time of their lives! Post your stories of the 2010 Manistee National Forest Festival on Facebook and take a deep breath, the Salmon Splash Fishing Tournament is just a couple weeks away!

Bear Lake Days this Weekend
The Bear Lake Promoters will sponsor Bear Lake Days July 9-11, which is a community wide summer festival. Events include: parade, entertainment, kids events, musical entertainment , arts and crafts, food and so much more! This is a festival you won’t want to miss! For more information visit their website, www. bearlakemichigan.com

monthly event presented by the Manistee Area Chamber of Commerce to provide networking opportunities in a relaxed, convivial atmosphere. The public is welcome and admission is $5 for members and $10 for non-members. Who will you meet this month?

Forest Festival Winner’s Circle
The 2010 edition of the Manistee National Forest Festival was a huge success! The winners of the Independence Day Parade are: VFW — The Vietnam Wall Float (Best Theme), The J Crew, Jackpine Business Center (Best Float), Manistee Civic Players (Best Musical Entry) and Manistee High School Swim Team (Most Unique Entry). Phillip and Kim Poma of Kaleva won the sandcastle contest with their Squid entry! The winners of the Duck Race were: Chris Popkowski (1st Place), Erica Decker (2nd Place) and Mike Herbert (3rd Place). Melissa Reed is the executive director of the Manistee Area Chamber of Commerce.

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Center, 1273 S. Seaman Rd., Wellston August 13-15, 20-22 — Plaza Suite, Ramsdell Theatre, 101 Maple St., Manistee, 723-7188 Aug. 13 — Night Moves Racing, 7 p.m., Northern Michigan Dragway, 13991 Potter Rd., Kaleva Aug. 14 — Manistee Farmers Market and HomeGrown Saturday, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Aug. 14 — The Ultimate Doo-Wop Show, 8 p.m., Little River Casino Resort Aug. 14 — Bracket Races, 6 p.m., Northern Michigan Dragway, 13991 Potter Rd., Kaleva Aug. 15 — Wellston Booster “Yarn Fest” knitting, crocheting and quilting group, 1:30-3:30 p.m., Norman Township Hall, 1273 S. Seaman Rd., Wellston Aug. 18 — Customs-NClassics Car Club Cruise-In Night, 5-8 p.m., Wendy’s restaurant, 1492 U.S. 31 South, Manistee Other Summer Festivals and Community Celebrations 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, 7232547 n Ice Arena and Recreation Center at West Shore Community College, 3000 N. Stiles Rd., Scottville, 845-6211, www. westshore.edu n Little River Casino Resort, M-22 at U.S. 31, Manistee, (888) 568-2244, 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) 8623000, http://caberfaepeaks. com n Interlochen Center for the Arts, (800) 681-5920, 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 www.ramsdelltheater.org n Indoor heated pool, hot tub, fitness room, Portage Point Inn, 8567 South Portage Point Dr., Onekama, 889-4222 n West Shore Community College, (231) 845-6211, www.westshore. edu 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 Rd., Copemish, (231) 3782123 n Ramsdell Theatre Tours, 101 Maple St., Manistee, Saturdays, 1-4 p.m., start June 19 This list is compiled by News Advocate entertainment editor Dave Yarnell. Listing suggestions are appreciated. Contact Yarnell at 398-3111 or dyarnell@pioneergroup.com.

Expanding township park system
Onekam continues implementation of watershed, join master plans
ONEKAMA -- The Onekama Community has taken another step to implement its forward looking Portage Lake watershed plan and joint master plan with the purchase of land in Onekama Township from the State Department of Natural Resources & Environment that will become part of the Township’s park system. “The Portage Lake Watershed Forever Plan and our new Onekama Community Master Plan emphasize the importance of sustaining and expanding opportunities for residents and visitors to access and wisely use the waterrich natural resources of Onekama Township,” said Dan Behring, chair of the Joint Planning Commission that serves both Onekama Township and the Village of Onekama. “When we were notified over a year ago of the availability of this property, it only made sense to ‘walk the talk’ of our community planning processes and acquire this special property so that it can be forever enjoyed and protected, further building the quality of life of our community.” The property acquired consists of wetlands and lowlands in Sections 22 and 27 in Onekama Township, adjacent to the north end of Portage Lake, bounded by Portage Point Road and Bayview Road. The property is adjacent to Northpoint Park, property owned by Onekama Township that is managed for passive recreational use, including hiking, cross-country skiing and nature observation. The sale of the land is contingent upon the Township maintaining the property for general public use, with development restricted to outdoor recreation and support facilities. The purchase price to Onekama Township for the property, consisting of 195 lots and 1 partial lot, was $7,040. “Hundreds of people in our community have participated in painstaking processes over the past four years to develop plans to protect and improve our quality of life and economic well-being,” Behring said.

bo, Manistee July 27 — Scottville Summer Concert Series, 7 p.m. July 29 — Manistee Jaycees Roots on the River Concert, 7 p.m., Riverwalk Bandshell July 29 — Roots on the River concert, Jen Sygit and Sam Crobin, 7 p.m., Jaycees Bandshell, Manistee July 31 — Manistee Farmers Market and HomeGrown Saturday, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. July 31 — John Anderson, 8 p.m., Little River Casino Resort July 31 — Frankfort Street Sale July 31 — Aux Becs Rendevous, Mineral Springs Park, Frankfort July 31 — One-Day Eco/Photo Excursion, Crystal Mountain Resort Aug. 1 — Wellston Booster “Yarn Fest” knitting, crocheting and quilting group, 1:30-3:30 p.m., Norman Township Hall, 1273 S. Seaman Rd., Wellston Aug. 2 — Concert in the Park, 7 p.m., Onekama Village Park Aug. 3 — ShoreLine ShowCase Jazz, Petra van Nuis with The Andy Brown Quartet, 7 p.m., First Street beach Rotary gazebo, Manistee Aug. 4 —Customs-NClassics Car Club Cruise-In Night, 5-8 p.m., Wendy’s restaurant, 1492 U.S. 31 South, Manistee Aug. 5 — Roots on the River concert, Lil’ Rev, 7 p.m., Jaycees Bandshell, Manistee Aug. 5-8 — Onekama Days Aug. 6-8 — Copemish Days Aug. 7 — Manistee Farmers Market and HomeGrown Saturday, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Aug. 7 — Hotel California — A Salute to the Eagles, 8 p.m., Little River Casino Resort Aug. 8 — Wellston Booster “Yarn Fest” knitting, crocheting and quilting group, 1:30-3:30 p.m., Norman Township Hall, 1273 S. Seaman Rd., Wellston Aug. 9 — Concert in the Park, 7 p.m., Onekama Village Park Aug. 10 — ShoreLine ShowCase Jazz, Pete McGuiness’s New York All Stars with Akiko Tsuruga, 7 p.m., First Street beach Rotary gazebo, Manistee Aug. 12 — Roots on the River concert, Bill Ferguson, 7 p.m., Jaycees Bandshell, Manistee Aug. 12 — Wellston Jammers Jam Session, 1-4 p.m., free admission, music and dancing, Norman Township Community

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SATURDAY, JULY 10 •Onekama Thrift Shop, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. •Arcadia Garden Tour Noon to 4 p.m.; Arcadia. •Pork Chop Dinner, 5-7:30 p.m., Manistee Moose Lodge. •UVC meeting, 7 p.m.: VFW Kaleva SUNDAY, JULY 11 •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 •Trinity Lutheran Church of Onekama, Chicken BBQ, 12noon-2 p.m., 5471 Fairview, Onekama •Tours of Historic First Congregational Church UCC follows 10 a.m. worship •St. Joseph Parish Men’s Club Breakfast Buffet, 8:30a.m.12:30p.m. •PIZZA HUT, Manistee County Relay for Life, Noah’s Angels team, all day. MONDAY, JULY 12 •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 Scottville Library at 1 p.m. Call 723-2414 •Tops 1306, Weigh In: 9:30a.m., Meeting: 10-11 a.m., Bear Lake United Methodist Church •Depression Self-help Group, 1:00 p.m.; Manistee Friendship Society, 405 E. Parkdale Ave. Manistee. •Dual Recovery Anonymous, 3:30 p.m.; Manistee Friendship Society, 405 E. Parkdale Ave. •Manistee County Veterans Counselor, Beth Yeack, will be at the Veterans office in the court house, 9am -3pm 3983587 or 233-385 •July 10 United Veterans Council meeting 7pm at the VFW Kaleva Post •UVC meeting at VFW Kaleva 7pm •PIZZA HUT, Manistee County Relay for Life, Noah’s Angels team, all day, open to close TUESDAY, JULY 13 •Manistee Community Playgroup 9-11 a.m.; Faith Covenant Church. Kristina 723-9739 kristinab2006@ hotmail.com •MACC Clinic, 4-8 p.m. Manistee Health Clinic, 3rd Street. •Anger Management Self-help Group, 11:00 a.m.; Manistee Friendship Society, 405 E. Parkdale Ave, Manistee •DAV service officers will process VA claims and other veterans’/ dependents needs. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. VFW 1121 28th, Manistee, Mi 723-9220 •Matzen Disabled Veterans Outreach Worker (DVOW) Manistee office Tues from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm 1660 U.S.31 South Manistee, MI. 49660 •American Legion meets, 7 pm, 10 Mason St. Manistee, 723-9501 •Lighthouse Pregnancy Care Center hours, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. 234 Parkdale Ave •Community Table, St. Joseph Parish Center, 5:30pm-7pm. . WEDNESDAY, JULY 14 •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 •Angel Food Ministry orders, Manistee United Methodist Church, 4-6:30p.m. •VFW service officers will process VA claims and any other veteran’s/dependent needs, 10 a.m. to 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. to 2 p.m. 13300 9 Mile Rd Kaleva, 231-362-3229 THURSDAY, JULY 15 •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. •Marilla Museum and Pioneer Place OPEN HOURS May through October 2:00-5:00 p.m.; 9991 Marilla Road Copemish (213)378-2123 •Gamblers Anonymous, 7 p.m.; Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 521 Cypress St, Manistee •Angel Food Ministry orders, Manistee United Methodist Church, 1-4p.m. •VFW Walsh Post 4499 meets, 7:00 pm. 1211 28th St, Manistee, Mi 723-9220 •Manistee Area Parkinson Support Group, 11 a.m., Education Center, West Shore Medical Center •Lighthouse Pregnancy Care Center hours, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. 234 Parkdale Ave •VINCENT’S ICE CREAM SHOP, Manistee County Relay for Life, Noah’s Angels team, 6p.m.-9p.m. FRIDAY, JULY 16 •American Legion Fish Fry, 5-7:30 p.m. 10 Mason St Manistee 723-9501 •Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings daily in Manistee/ Mason counties. Please call (231)723-3515 for times and location. •Manistee County Veterans Counselor, Beth Yeack 9 am - 1 pm, Senior Center, Please Call 723-6477 for an Appointment SATURDAY, JULY 17 •Onekama Thrift Shop, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. •Lakeside Club Tour of Homes, 1 p.m.-5p.m. •BBQ Chicken Dinner, 5-7:30 p.m., Manistee Moose Lodge.

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University of Michigan and Traverse City Film Fest form educational partnership
ANN ARBOR — Faculty members from the University of Michigan will serve as moderators, panelists and jurors in the first formal step toward a broader participation in the international Traverse City Film Festival. The sixth annual documentary and narrative film competition will be held in northern Michigan July 27-Aug. 1. “Since its inception, the Traverse City Film Festival has been a force in showing the international film industry the possibilities for filmmaking in the state of Michigan,” said Lee Doyle, director of U-M’s film office, which aims to attract filmmakers to campus. “With the university’s formal participation, we can set our sights on providing a ‘gateway experience’ to our students, and foster the further development of the state’s fledgling film industry.” The festival held in downtown Traverse City, blocks from the majestic Grand Traverse Bay, has gained a reputation for attracting the best independent world cinema. While providing a venue for the appreciation of new and classic films, the festival is a magnet to attract producers from around the world to Michigan, gaining wide recognition as friendly to filmmakers, and making major strides in diversifying its economy into nonmanufacturing sectors. Since the enactment of the state’s tax incentive program, Michigan has drawn film production companies from around the country. In the last two years, eight feature films have been shot on the U-M campus and greater Ann Arbor. Attracting film companies to the region has translated into an economic boost for the local economy. “Along with realizing our goal of becoming a major international film festival, we now can draw on the educational support of the University of Michigan to lend its expertise to our educational initiatives,” said film festival founder and Oscar-winning filmmaker Michael Moore. “We celebrate great filmmaking, but also want to offer opportunities for the general public to deepen its appreciation of film.” This year, U-M faculty and film experts will provide extensive assistance in the judging of the more than 100 films. In addition, the university’s faculty in film criticism, literature and drama will spearhead panel discussions examining how to critically understand film and assess latest trends in filmmaking. Faculty will teach seminars on screenwriting and acting for film at the festival’s on-location film school, which is open to the public. The brainchild of Moore, the film school aims to teach the fundamentals of film to people of all ages, and outside traditional educational settings. In upcoming years, U-M will assist in an international student short film competition and faculty will be on hand to teach at a film camp for fledging young filmmakers. For the last two years, U-M faculty and students have participated in the festival. Last year, university film students produced two short films that premiered at the festival. Screenwriter Jim Burnstein, who heads U-M’s screenwriting program, presented seminars on the craft during the festival. He will also be on hand this year to teach the popular course. Participation of U-M faculty is made possible by a grant from the law firm of Miller Canfield, based in Michigan with offices in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Poland and China.

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EAST LANSING — Every successful organization routinely asks whether what they’re doing is working and working well. Michigan State University Extension (MSUE) is no different. Beginning July 1, MSUE will begin its transition to a new structure that emphasizes responsiveness and focuses on important issues facing the state. “Meeting the needs of those in our state through the expertise of MSU and doing so as efficiently as possible is what MSU Extension is all about,” said Tom Coon, MSUE director. The MSUE redesign is meant to capitalize on the expertise that can be offered to the community through Extension’s network of educators and specialists and our relationships with local partners, Coon said. Late in 2008, MSUE started a process to examine its work and how it can focus its resources to better serve the state’s residents. The findings of that process, which included more specialized educators in the field, better connections between field staff and campus researchers and a desire to leverage technology to maximize effectiveness, were shared with several audiences around the state. “The result is a struc-

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ture that ensures that MSU Extension will remain responsive to Michigan’s needs and apply researchbased education to contribute to a brighter future for all of Michigan residents,” Coon said. MSU Extension will be guided by the following principles: n Focused and specialized programs n Reduced administrative overhead n Increased responsiveness n Enhanced accountability n Continued presence across the state n Adoption of emerging technologies In that vein, Coon said, MSU Extension programming will focus on four statewide program areas, each represented by an institute. Those areas

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WANTED: HUNTING AND fishing properties to list, call Stan Bennette, Assoc. Broker, with Trophy Class Real Estate, participating broker with Cabela’s Trophy Properties. Call 231-757-4578, evenings.

Anne’s
380 River St
Across from the Vogue Theatre

(231)398-3121

Call

Downtown Manistee

090 Business
Services
BARN REPAIR: We repair or replace roofs, floors, doors, foundations, beams and siding. Structural straightening and roof and sidewall painting. No Sundays (231)924-4151.

160 Real Estate

Tim Bosma
20+ years experience Reasonable Rates

040 Lost and Found
52 ARTHUR ST. (US31) MANISTEE (231)723-6886
FOUND: DUCT TAPE WALLET at 5th Avenue beach. Call to identify (231)398-3119 FOUND: NEAR MERKEY Rd. Bryce’s Preschool scrapbook. Filled with photos. Stop by the News Advocate Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm to pick it up.

Appraisal Service
MANISTEE APPRAISAL SERVICE Serving Manistee, Mason, Lake & Benzie Counties. Commercial/Residential Appraisals. For a certified State Appraiser call (231)723-1133

Satellite TV

Construction
GILMAN CONSTRUCTION
New Homes • Remodeling • Siding • Roofing • Garages • Decks • Drywall Over 17 years experience Licensed & Insured 231-723-0043

G.O. LAWN CARE SERVICE
Spring Clean up Seasonal Lawn Care Maintenance
Residential and Commercial Free Estimates, Insured

•Residential •Commercial •Digital Antenna Installation •Whole House Audio Systems

“We add our own warranty”

COUNTRY ROADS TV
Serving Manistee County for 38 years. 6831 Potter Road, Bear Lake (231)864-2446 (231)645-7466

(231)887-5014
Manistee Mason Counties

Electrical Contractor
MORRIS ELECTRIC COMMERCIAL-RESIDENTIAL SERVICE

TREMBLEY’S LAWN CARE
We’re a Cut Above the Rest We offer quality work at a reasonable price Mowing, Blowing, Trimming, Edging Spring & Fall Clean-ups We are Reliable, Available, & Friendly Free Estimates (231)889-5657 Or email haltrembley@att.net

Seamless Gutters
SEAMLESS GUTTERING & SIDING

Licensed & Insured
Free Estimates Call 231-887-4386 www.michiganelectricalcontractor.com

EXCELLENT EXTERIORS, INC.
20 Years experience. Quality work. (231)889-9644 (231)425-8957 www.excellentexteriorsinc.com

COUNTRY RANCHER, 3BR, 1BA with full basement, many new AKC GOLDEN RETRIEVER Pup- updates. Peaceful setting of just pies. Born May 13th. First Shots. under 5-acres, close to Manistee. Males and Females. $400. Asking $124,900. (231)233-5528 (231)690-1475 PUBLISHER’S NOTICE All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair ETS VAILABLE FOR DOPTION Housing Act which makes it illegal TOBY: 4 year old male Yorkie/Min Pin; SAM: 1 year old male pitbull/lab to advertise “Any preference, limmix; STEPHANIE: 1 year old female Mountain Cur; CLETUS: 2 year itation or discrimination based on old male Coonhound; JANESSA: 2 year old female medium sized boxer race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or mix; DUSTIN: 3 year old male black lab mix; ABNER: 7 year old adorable an intention, to make any such male beagle mix; DIO: 2 year old male Australian Shepherd mix AND preference, limitation or discrimMANY, MANY MORE!! ination.” Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living OWEN: 10 week old male black/tan tabby; OLIVER: 10 week old male with parents or legal custodians, grey/white, long hair; OMA: 10 week old black female; JD: 12 week pregnant women and people securing custody of children under old gray male; GRAYSON: 1 year old gray male (special needs: he 18. has a closed head injury); DEBBIE: 2 year old female black/white, long This newspaper will not knowhair; DELLA: 9 month old female dark torti; DELIA: 9 month old black ingly accept any advertising for real female AND MANY, MANY MORE!! estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby www.petfinder.com (search by zip code 49660) informed that all dwellings adver231-723-PETS (7387) tised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity homewardboundmanistee.org basis. To complain of discrimination, HOMEWARD BOUND ANIMAL SHELTER call HUD toll-free at 1(800)669736 PAWS TRAIL; PO BOX 144 MANISTEE, MI 49660 9777. The toll-free telephone number for Homeward Bound Animal Shelter will be closed on Saturthe hearing impaired day, July 3 so the dogs can be in the parade. They would is love to see you down there. 1(800)927-9275

100 Pets & Supplies

62 MAGILL, RENOVATED 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATHS, LARGE BACKYARD, MANISTEE BY APPT ONLY CALL 231-690-6933

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Firewood
FIREWOOD FOR SALE Cut/Split/Delivered $45.00 Face Cord Minimum Delivery ( 4 Face Cord) 8’ Lengths Accepting Credit Cards/ Energy Drafts Dozer Enterprises Inc 231-864-2055 231-690-2043 NORTHWEST ENTERPRISE SEASONED FIREWOOD $45/facecord Lot clearing and loader work We buy standing timber (231)362-3760

Small Engine Repair

Painting Services
GUTOWSKI PAINTING FOR YOUR PROFESSIONAL NEEDS

NEED SMALL ENGINE REPAIR?
We can tune up your equipment so it’s ready when you are!

A DENTAL MIRACLE?
HOPE IS JUST A PHONE CALL AWAY!
Our fear reduction program includes: Big time TLC, relaxing nitrous oxide
gas, emphasis on painless, gentle shots and very numb teeth, tranquilizers if desired.

ARE YOU SEARCHING FOR

GRAND RENTAL STATION
52 Arthur St. (US31) Manistee (231)723-6886

Sedation dentistry available: Be totally relaxed and have little to no memory of your appointment with an amazing little pill. Our patient friendly TOOTHACHE relief:
Keep your teeth instead of pulling them. Comfortable calm abscess treatment with an emphasis on numbing anesthesia, post op painkillers, antibiotics and anti-inflammatories for comfort.

✦ Interior & Exterior Painting ✦Plaster & Drywall Repairs ✦Pressure Washing ✦Free
Estimates

✦Insured
Call Dave 510-6723 or 723-2971

Tree Services AFFORDABLE
STUMP GRINDING
Honest business Quality work Affordable prices Insured

Daily appointments available for people in pain. Beautiful smiles created using state of the art dentistry backed by 25 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE.
Root Canal, Cosmetic Veneers, Zoom Whitening, Implants, Invisalign-Invisible braces, partials and dentures, so you can have vitrually all phases of your dentistry done under one roof without seeing a specialist.

Hair Stylist
GOLDEN TRESS UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP Call Jackie Kovach for appointments Wed. - Sat. (231)723-8860 Walk-ins Welcome

Pest Control

Our expertise includes:

(231)920-7894

Windows

We participate with most insurance companies including:
Blue Cross / Blue Shield and Delta Dental.

Heating/Plumbing D.A. REESE MECHANICAL
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING 24 hr. Emergency Service No overtime charge VINYL WINDOWS Replacement and New Construction Quality, performance, Energy Star rated Receive Energy Tax Credit Lifetime Warranty is transferable PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION Northview Window & Door Please Call (231)889-4565

FEAR OF THE DENTIST? AFRAID TO SMILE?

With Sedation Dentistry You Can Be Completely Comfortable And Even Not Remember Your Appointment. Whether You Need Tooth Whitening Or A Smile Makeover, We Have Over 25 Years Of Experience In Creating Beautiful Smiles.

JUS BUGS & RODENTS
Licensed and Insured C002060038 Seasonal Treatments

MISSING TEETH OR LOOSE DENTURES?
Dental Implants May Be The Answer To Your Problems.

(231)723-2425 Furnace Clean & Check $49.95

HEADACHES OR MIGRAINES?

Over 80% Can Be Eliminated through Neuromuscular Dentistry.

Jeweler
NEED CASH? WE BUY GOLD & PLATINUM
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690-0642

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WHITENING
WITH A NEW PATIENT EXAM AND X-RAYS (REGULAR $480)

Showcase your business in the News Advocate Service Directory for only $11.60 /wk* Call Shirley or Jeanne

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398-3119

*30 words or less minimum 4 weeks insertions

(231) 723-6512 812 Cypress Street Manistee Visit us on the web at www.high-techdental.com

Sunday, July 11, 2010 • WEST SHORE SHOPPERS GUIDE • 9

170 Items

for Sale

991 Mega Mkt.
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Education
AIRLINES ARE HIRING— Train for high paying Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified—Job placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 877-891-2281. HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA FROM HOME. 6-8 weeks. Nationally Accredited. Better opportunity for job placement. Payment Plan. FREE Brochure. 1-800-264-8330 www.diplomafromhome.com Benjamin Franklin High School

991 Mega Mkt.
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991 Mega Mkt.
ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from Home. *Medical, *Business, *Paralegal, *Accounting, *Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. Call 877-895-1828 www.CenturaOnline.com DIRECTV FREE STANDARD Instal- lation! Free Showtime+Starz (3 mo)! Free HD/DVR upgrade! Ends 7/21/10. New Customers Only, Qual. Pkgs. From $29.99/mo. DirectStarTV 1-888-867-0752 FREE HD FOR LIFE! Only on DISH Network! Lowest Price in America! $24.99/mo for over 120 Channels! $500 Bonus! 1-866-587-0740

991 Mega Mkt.

4 X 9 utility trailer, heavy springs and new heavy duty bearing and races. 889-4416 HUSQVARNA & JONSERED chainsaws. Sales & service. Lawnmower replacement blades. Backwoods Products, Fountain. (231)462-3934

Health Care
MARIJUANA FOR MEDICAL USE! Michigan law allows people with certain conditions to qualify. We help Michigan residents. www.TheMedicalMarijuanaClinic.com 517-787-1206, 616-947-1206, 734667-5960

BOUNTY BOY
GET YOUR BOUNTY, MATE!

Miscellaneous
PIONEER POLE BUILDINGS 30x40x10 Basic Building $9,190.00 14 Colors Galvalume Steel, 2x6 Trusses, ACQ Treated Lumber, Licensed and Insured, Options available, Call for quotes. 1-800-2920679

ERECTED POLE BUILDING Standale Lumber 24’x32’x8’-$5999.00 30’x40’x10’-$8999.00 Steel roof, doors included, 50 gsl other sizes available Complete material packages available www.standalelumber.com Call Standale Post Frame Buildings Toll Free 1-800-968-8201

The Easy way to sell on eBay For details, call (231) 592-9895

Employment
ASSEMBLE MAGNETS & CRAFTS from Home! Year-Round Work! Excellent Pay! No Experience! Top US Company! Glue Gun, Painting, Jewelry, More! Toll Free 1866-844-5091 CAREER POSITIONS/GOVERNMENT JOBS Earn $12-$48/hour Full Medical Benefits/Paid Training—Administrative/Clerical, Accounting/Finance, Healthcare, Law Enforcement, More! FT/PT 1-800320-9353 Ext. 2519

HUSKY METAL ROOFS Standing Seam, Metal Shingles/Tile, 15 Colors. All Type Roofs. Company Installers. Michigan Made Energy Star Tax Rebate. Free Estimates. Since 1975! 800-380-2379

Firewood 190 Motorcycles
and ATVs

Homes for Sale

FREE FORECLOSURE LISTINGS QUALITY OAK. CUT, split & delivOver 400,000 properties nationered. $49.50 a rick. wide. Low down payment. Call now. (231) 266-5102. 800-880-2517

WHAT DO YOU MEAN I MISSED DEADLINE??!!!

Mattress Sets
A TEMPERPADIC/STYLE MEMORY FOAM MATTRESS SET Queen, new-never used, as seen on TV, with warranty. Cost $1,800, Sell $695. Can Deliver 989-8322401

2001 SUZUKI INTRUDER, 800cc 6,200 miles, $3500. (231)510-0800

Financial
****BEST HOME LOANS****REFINANCE for any reason: Mortgage and Land Contract payoffs, debtconsolidation, home improvements, property taxes, foreclosures. PURCHASES too! Includes Houses/Mobiles/Modular’s. Cash available for good/bad/ugly credit 1-800-246-8100 www.umsmortgage.com

240 Manufactured
Homes

1993 PATRIOT 14X70 3 BR 1 BA in Kamp Villa. 18,000/negotiable, appliances included. A AMISH LOG HEADBOARD AND 231-499-4509 Queen Pillow Top Mattress Set. Brand new-never used, sell all for $275. 989-923-1278.

Amish Furniture

REMEMBER Classified Deadline for the West Shore Shoppers’ Guide is Tuesday at 2pm

398-3119

300 Wanted to Buy
CASH FOR CLUNKERS
Paying up to $400 for Cars, Trucks, Vans, Buses Free Pickup (231)633-7016

“GUNMAN” PAYING CASH For guns, hunting & fishing related items. (231)920-2312 or (231)848-4114.

320 Auctions
AUCTIONEER - COUNTRY VIEW AUCTIONS. Complete auction service. Terry Harrison, auctioneer. Grant, MI 49327 231-834-7490 www.cvauctions.net

991 Mega Mkt. Adoption
DOPTION: LOVING, FUN couple looking to provide a newborn with a safe, happy home. Please help complete our family. Expenses paid. Call Danielle and Jesse 1-888-8250533 NOTE: ALL ADVERTISERS in this category are working with a licensed adoption agency. PREGNANT? CONSIDER ADOPTION—A loving alternative. Wonderful couples to choose from. Call for pics/information and choose your baby’s family and future. Expenses paid. 1-866-236-7638 READ YOUR AD ONLINE AT: www.communitypapersofmichigan.co m

MICHIGAN’S ONLY CERTIFIED TERMITE, CARPENTER ANT BED BUG K-9 DETECTION TEAM ,

ELAINE’S FRAMING
at 333 River St • Manistee
Monday - Friday 11 - 5 • Saturday by Appt.

398-3318 or 425-0245

Earth Friendly Dry Cleaning and Laundry Services Alterations and Repairs

231-723-6888 or 1-866-54ELVIS (35847)

Computer Cutter-Border Design is a Photo Copy of Actual mat!

HEBREWS 13:2

American Cleaners
Fax 231.723.4907 Byron Joseph, Owner
“Manistee’s Favorite Tailor”

CC’s Pet Grooming
by Claudia Charron

231.723.4633

285 River St. Manistee

Professional Grooming for Dogs & Cats
REASONABLE PRICES BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

DYLAN'S SATELLITE ANTENNA SERVICE
Full Dependable Service Your satisfaction is our business!

DTV Converter Box Distributor & Installer
CALL 1-800-276-1028 OR

*Attention*
COMMUNITY PAPERS OF MICHIGAN Ph. 1-800-783-0267 STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED NETWORK Ads placed in Michigan Mega Market Classified Network appear in free circulation community papers and shopping guides reaching the grass roots of Michigan. Your advertising can be delivered weekly to more than 2,100,000 households throughout the state. ONLY $249 Call this paper to place a classified ad of 25 words or less and reach across the state. Readers: THIS PUBLICATION DOES NOT KNOWINGLY ACCEPT advertising which is deceptive, fraudulent, or which might otherwise violate the law or accepted standards of taste. However, this publication does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy of any advertisement, nor the quality of the goods or services advertised. Readers are cautioned to thoroughly investigate all claims made in any advertisements, and to use good judgment and reasonable care, particularly when dealing with persons unknown to you who ask for money in advance of delivery of the goods or services advertised.

5068 N. Larson Rd • Fountain • 462-3431
Ken Franckowiak Owner/Master Technician 1986 Devry Graduate Electronics Technician

All prices, packages and programming subject to change without notice.

231-889-3737

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE YOUR AD HERE IN FULL COLOR CALL JOAN 398-3105
WHEELER’S SALES & SERVICE
We Do Small Engine Repairs & Sales

THERRAN FERGUSON
REALTOR/ASSOCIATE (231)723-3555 Bus. (231)723-6287 Fax (800)279-1468 Toll Free (231)510-1790 Cell therran@coldwellbankeralm.com

Ken’s Auto Repair
Port City Transmission 4 Hahn Rd., Manistee, MI 49660 425-6626 or 425-6610

We specialize in ALL automotive repair.
Heating • Cooling Refrigeration Appliance Repair Professional Duct Cleaning

www.cbalm.com

1121 Parkdale Ave., Manistee MI 49660

Custom Built Vinyl Windows Sales & Installation
Call us for FREE ESTIMATES

MANISTEE – LUDINGTON

www.premier247.com

843-3575

9178 Chippewa Hwy. (US-31) • Bear Lake

889-4565 800-811-2881

Advanced Foot & Ankle Centers
w w w. a d v a n c e d f o o t - a n k l e c e n t e r s . c o m F o ot & A n k l e C a r e C lo se to H o me

Cabins for Rent
CANADIAN FISHING CABINS for RENT. Walleyes, jumbo perch, big northerns. Call Hugh or Doris toll free 800-426-2550 for free brochure. Or look at our website www.bestfishing.com COMMUNITY PAPERS PROVIDE a valuable service to your community! Thank you for reading this publication!

Krannitz, DPM
1400 East Parkdale Ave, Suite 4 Manistee (Across from the Hospital)

Kristopher
AACFAS

231-398-1846

Events
DON’T MISS, MICHIGAN’S Largest Free Fair in 2010. The Ionia Free Fair, 10 days of Fun! July 22-31. For information, www.ioniafreefair.com or call 616-527-1310.

STARTING AT

TRIMMERS CHAINSAWS BLOWERS $ 00

NEW!!

199

ROOFING - SIDING - REMODELING
231-845-5969 • 1-800-468-2613 www.tannerandsonsroofing.com tannerroofing@lakeshore.net

11455 Milarch Rd. • Bear Lake

231-889-0106

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MON DAY J U LY 12
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WE HAVE THE LOWEST RATES IN MANISTEE!
Plus with direct deposit you can get .25% off your interest rate for a vehicle*

If You Live, Work Or Worship In The City Of Manistee, Stronach, Filer Or Manistee Townships, You Are Eligible To Join!

Extreme Value Pack

Fresh Pork Steak

Fresh Pork Country Style Spare Ribs
Extreme Value Pack

COME IN AND SEE US!
2004 - 2006 2002 - 2003 1998 - 2001 1997 & OLDER

VEHICLE LOAN RATES
2009 - 2010 (NEW) 4.45% 6.00% 6.75% 7.50% 10.25% 2007 - 2009 (USED) 5.50%

$ 69
$ 99

1

lb., 10lbs or more
lb., less than 10lbs

$ 89
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1

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lb., 10lbs or more
lb., less than 10lbs

2

WE OFFER ONLINE BANKING!
This means our members can access their accounts after business hours, transfer money, make a loan payment, balance your checkbook and pay bills.
• Checking & Savings • Christmas Clubs • ATM/Debit Cards • Direct Deposit • Night Deposit Box • Online Banking • Bill Paying via EFT • CD’s

WE OFFER:
Fresh Pork Butt Roast......................$1.89 lb. Fresh Storemade Bulk Cubed Pork Cutlets ...........................$2.49 lb. Pork Sausage......................................$1.99 lb.

P roduce
“On the Vine” Red Tomatoes Cello Head Lettuce Red Potatoes

99

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$ 29
ea.

lb.

1

$ 99
ea.

2

5 lb. bag

DIVIDEND We also offer great rates on signature loans, debt consolidation loans & home equity loans. We can also refinance your current auto loan from another financial institution. RATES (ON REGULAR HOME EQUITY LOANS FIXED SHARES) RATE (120 MONTHS) 5.50% ALL SHARES @ 1.0%
Boats, RV’s, Jet Skis, Motorcycles, Mopeds As Low As 4.2%!

*Vehicle Loan Rates Include Boats, Trailers, RV’s, Jet Skis, Motorcycles & Mopeds

Cucumbers

2/$

1

Cello Mushrooms

Morton Manistee Federal Credit Union
231-723-2601

2/$
8 oz.

3

People Helping People 516 Kosciusko Street • Manistee
www.mortonfcu.org

Indian Summer Apple Juice

$ 99
Malt-O-Meal Cinnamon Toasters
12 oz., Many Varieties

64 oz.

Dole Pineapple Chunks, Tidbits, Crushed or Sliced
In Syrup • 20 oz.

1

$ 69

1

Appian Way Pizza Kit

How are You Sleeping?

$ 79

12.5 oz.

$ 49

2

1

Betty Crocker Mixes ~ Blueberry & Brownie

$ 29
Vlassic Kosher Dill Whole Pickles

18.25 oz.

IGA Black Tea Bags

2

$ 99
Rice-A-Roni Chicken

100 Ct.

1

$ 99
Tide Liquid Clean Breeze, Mountain Spring & Bleach

46 oz.

2

3/$

6.9 oz.

5

Margaret Moen, MD Board Certified Sleep Specialist

Nancy Harris, FNP

$ 99
9-Lives Super Supper
4/5.5 oz. Many Varieties

50 oz.

8

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Stouffer’s Escalloped Chicken & Noodle

SLEEP DISORDERS

$ 99

1

5 Refrigerated & Frozen
2/$
Country Fresh Country Fresh Ice Cream Sour Cream Sandwiches

10 oz. Many Varieties

WEST SHORE SLEEP DISORDERS CENTER
Personal and Individualized Care
Comprehensive evaluation Long term management Current CPAP users welcome

Country Fresh 2% Reduced Fat Milk

$ 99

gallon

Real Whip Cream

We accept Most Insurance

2

$ 29

1

7 oz.

2/$

16 oz.

3

3/$

12 pk.

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1465 E. Parkdale Ave., Manistee 1-866-875-3379 • 231-935-8889