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Manistee County Surveyor Pat Bentley shares a laugh with Bear Lake students who take part in the Trig Star program that has students use Trigonometry to solve surveying problems. Students take a test that can qualify them for cash awards that are given by the Michigan Society of Surveyors.
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followed to become a surveyor. He also had some classroom and field exercises planned with them where they would actually get the opportunity to get some hands-on application work with his surveying equipment. “On Wednesday I will be back to do the field exercise, and then on Friday I will give them the exam,” said Bentley. “With Bear Lake being such a small school, we have been fortunate in having kids score in the top 10 every year. That is pretty amazing when some of these schools taking it have 200 and 300 kids. This year I might have only 11 kids I give it to here at Bear Lake.” A few years ago former Bear Lake student Roger Mullet recorded a sixth place finish, and Bentley said it was something that speaks volumes for the education they are receiving at Bear Lake Schools. “There are thousands of kids taking that test every year and that is a nice pat on the back to finish sixth,” said Bentley. “It says a lot about what Ms. Jonson is doing here with trigonometry.” Bentley said that Jonson has told her the program really has a positive impact on her students. “It has been fun and I enjoy doing it,” said Bentley. “Ms. Jonson has told me that some of her students who have struggled the most do the best on this because the hands-on application seems to work for them.” The surveyor said in the past he has put on the same program at Manistee High School. However, a few years ago it was dropped when they went to a trimester format. They have since gone back to semesters and school district is interested in starting it back up. “We stopped doing it when they were in trimesters, because two-thirds of the kids were not fresh on some of this stuff,” said Bentley. “Now that they are back on semesters, we plan to start it back up.” He hopes the program will inspire the students to continue to excel in trigonometry and hopefully to move on to a profession that will utilize it in the future.
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BEAR LAKE — Abonmarche Consultants Inc. and Manistee County Surveyor Pat Bentley said the most rewarding thing about taking the Trig Star program to the local high schools is to see that moment when the proverbial light bulb goes on in a student’s head signifying they really grasp why trigonometry is important. Bentley has been going to Bear Lake and the Manistee Area Public Schools for several years with the program, and he said it has done a great deal to help the students understand how people use this form of mathematics in their daily jobs. “The Trig Star program is an opportunity to introduce the students to the surveying profession,” said Bentley. “It also shows them some practical applications to the trigonometry they are learning here in Bear Lake in Ms. (Lavon) Jonson’s class. Things like right angles, sine and cosines are the things they sit in that desk and hear about, but now I will show them where I use it every day as a surveyor.” The local surveyor said the program pits students from all over the state against each other in a competition that could win them a cash prize. “Trig Star is a national program sponsored by the National Society of Surveyors, and they encourage all of their members to go into the schools to participate,” said Bentley. “The Michigan Society of Surveyors has taken it further, and they are providing plaques to the winners. So, on Friday we will have the winner out of Bear Lake who had the best score that will get the plaque. “The winner then gets the opportunity to compete for some cash prizes. At the state level, they have $1,500, $500 and $300 prizes. The teachers get a little of that, so there is incentive for them to bring it into the classroom.” Bentley said that he usually follows a format of introducing himself to the students and letting them know the path he
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Manistee-Benzie Audubon Arcadia Marsh Birding Field Trip, 8 a.m., Arcadia beach parking lot Manistee Art Institute workshops “What in the World is Art,” 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Hardy Exhibit Hall, Ramsdell Theatre “When I’m 64 - Creating the Rest of the Story.” 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Oleson Center, Northwestern Michigan College, Traverse City Chilly Dawg Dunk fundraiser for Hearts for Critters and Homeward Bound Shelter, 1 p.m., Fifth Avenue Beach, Manistee William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night in Anime, 7:30 p.m., Center Stage Theater, West Shore Community College Journey tribute Don’t Stop Believin’, 8 p.m., Little River Casino Resort
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Neil Sedaka will perform at 8 p.m. on May 7 at the Little River Casino Resort in Manistee. Anniversary Concert, 4:30 p.m., Corson Auditorium, Interlochen Center for the Arts April 30 — Second City, 8 p.m., Milliken Auditorium, Northwestern Michigan College, Traverse City May 1 — Chicken dinner to benefit Homeward Bound Animal Shelter, noon-3 p.m., Stronach Hall, 2471 Main St., Stronach May 1 — Spring Ring Handbell Choir Concert, 3 p.m., Faith Covenant Church, 475 Eighth St., Manistee May 1 — WSCC Concert Choir, 2 p.m., Center Stage Theater, West Shore Community College May 1 — Lithuanian Potluck Dinner, 1 p.m., Mason County Eastern School, Custer May 3 — WSCC Symphony Orchestra, 7:30 p.m., Center Stage Theater, West Shore Community College May 3 — Polka Lover’s Dance Party, noon-9 p.m., Little River Casino Resort May 3 — Opera in Cinema, Aida, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, 2:30 p.m., Carmike Harbor Cinemas, 3857 West U.S. 10, Ludington May 4 — Opera in Cinema, The Barber of Seville, Teatro Regio di Parma, 7:30 p.m., Carmike Harbor Cinemas, 3857 West U.S. 10, Ludington May 4 — WSCC Concert and Jazz Bands, 7:30 p.m., Center Stage Theater, West Shore Community College May 4 — Open Mic Night, 8 p.m., Kaleva Tavern, 9289 Walta St., Kaleva May 6 — Howmet Playhouse concert featuring Max and Ruth Bloomquist with Katie Beaman, 7:30 p.m., 405 E Colby St., Whitehall May 6 — Right of Life of Manistee County Annual Dinner, keynote speaker Abby Johnson May 7 — Neil Sedaka, 8 p.m., Little River Casino Resort May 7 — Farmer’s Market, 8 a.m., Memorial Drive parking lot, Manistee May 7 — Historic White Pine Village opens for season, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 1687 S. Lakeshore Drive, Ludington May 11 — Opera in Cinema, Aida, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, 7:30 p.m., Carmike Harbor Cinemas, 3857 West U.S. 10, Ludington May 11 — Open Mic Night, 8 p.m., Kaleva Tavern, 9289 Walta St., Kaleva May 12 — Wellston Jammers Jam Session, 1-4 p.m., Norman Township Community Center May 14 — Gopherwood Concert by Ralston Bowles, 8 p.m., Elks Lodge, 122 S. Mitchell, Cadillac May 14 — Red Cross Angel Auction, 7 p.m., Lincoln Hills Golf Course,
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Every day of every week, people need blood for emergency and ongoing medical care. It’s a need that doesn’t take a break, despite the season. About 39,000 blood donations are needed daily by hospital patients undergoing treatment for serious diseases like cancer and sickle cell, for surgery, and for trauma and burn care. The next Red Cross blood drive in Manistee will take place Friday, April 29 from noon until 5 p.m. at the First Congregational Church, 412 Fourth St. “Collecting blood from volunteer donors isn’t something that can be put on hold or caught up on later since the need for blood is constant,” said Sharon Jaksa, CEO for the Great Lakes Blood Services Region of the American Red Cross. “We’d like everyone who can to consider donating blood now or in the next few weeks to celebrate spring. It could be a great way to renew yourself, and to bring the gift of life to someone in need.” The challenge, Red Cross officials say, is that while blood needs are constant, blood donors sometimes take a break, particularly during peak travel times like early spring. Blood donors who would otherwise give may wait until later to make and keep an appointment. In an effort to help increase donor turnout, the Red Cross has partnered with Meijer to offer every person who comes out to donate, the chance to win free groceries ($250 value). In addition, everyone who attempts to donate in April will receive a free sample of Pacific Shaving Company’s shaving oil and a chance to win a Mother’s Day Out package ($125 value) at a local salon and spa. In May, everyone who comes out to donate has a chance to win a $125 gift card to Lowe’s for Dad as part of a “Dad’s to-do List” promotion. To schedule an appointment to donate call 1-800-REDCROSS (1-800-733-2767) or visit www. RedCrossBlood.org for more information. Swords are drawn by Rob Lata (Sir Andrew Aguecheeck), Eliot Plummer (Antonio), Steven Schmock (Valentine) and Rae Staffen as Viola in a scene from “Twelfth Night in Anime” that opens at West Shore Community College on April 14.
Twelfth Night in Anime opens April 14 at WSCC
SCOTTVILLE – West Shore Community College’s Center Stage Theater will soon be home to the world premiere of an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s rollicking comedy “Twelfth Night in Anime.” Often regarded as one of Shakespeare’s greatest comedies, the playwright loved to use the device of mistaken identity, and nowhere does he use this convention more skillfully than in “Twelfth Night.” The play opens Thurs, April 14, at 7:30 p.m., and plays again on Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30 p.m., April 15-16, and closes following a 2 p.m. matinee performance on Sun., April 17. Tickets for the one-week-only run of “Twelfth Night” may be reserved by calling the WSCC Box Office at (231) 843-5507.
John Siuda enjoys a warm day for fishing the Big Manistee.
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Steelhead fishing in Manistee County
head — and other fish — on the Big Manistee River near the Bear Creek Landing. People were fishing from boats and from the shore — and some were just sitting in chairs enjoying the weather.
BRETHREN — Last Saturday’s good weather brought lots of Mark Siuda holds a steelhead caught earlier in the people out trying to catch steelday.
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I have worked in the newspaper business for a lot of years and over that time it has given me the opportunity to meet lots of interesting people. We are a “people business” as the stories we tell revolve around individuals who make the news. There are many memorable people who have crossed my path over that time. However, they all had a story to tell in one form or another and being a reporter, in a sense is being a storyteller. It is our job to take what they tell us and convey it to you. Some have even been in the national spotlight and others have been right from our hometown. Something that makes the state and national ones interesting is you don’t get to talk to them on a daily basis. A perfect example is being able to interview politicians who one day would be sitting across from me answering my questions and the next appearing on national television. Governors, senators, and congressman were among the many I have had the privelige to interview over the years and it has been interesting and fun. I also had the chance to ask questions of people like actor James Earl Jones and other such celebrities who passed through our town. Tapping into what they have to say always makes for a great story. At the local level, there have been countless interesting people I have had the chance to interview throughout the years. However, hands down, the biggest honor was what we did for the World War II veterans in our Greatest Generation series and book. That will always be tops in my book. So, that started me thinking about a “wish list” of people, living and deceased, who I wish or wished it would be possible to interview for a story. This is just my personal list and I have my own reasons for finding them interesting. So here is my list of the 10 living people I’d find fascinating to interview. 1. Barack Obama: What reporter wouldn’t want a one-on-one interview with the President of the United States and in particular this one? America is facing some incredible challenges at home and abroad and talking with him on those issues would be an incredible story. 2. Billy Graham: No matter where your stance is on religion, Billy Graham is someone who has
SUNDAY, APRIL 17 • AA meetings daily, Manistee and Mason counties. (231)7233515 for times and location. • Euchre, Senior Center, 1 p.m. Open to public. • Kaleva Lions Club Pancake Breakfast, 8 a.m.-12 noon. • Open Door Free Coffee Devotions at Stafono’s, 3 p.m. Leader Marilyn Neteer, Outreach of the United Methodist Church. • Manistee Moose Potato Pancake Breakfast, 8:30-12noon. • Manistee Muzzle Loading Club, Muzzle Loading Match, 12:30, Pistol & 1p.m., Riﬂe • Grad Bash 2011 BUNCO, Manistee High School, doors open at 1p.m., BUNCO, 1:30 . MONDAY, APRIL 18 • TOPS #528 Group, weigh-in 3:45 p.m., meeting 4:30 p.m., First Baptist Church on Lakeshore, Manistee • Dual Diagnosis Self Help Group, 3:30p.m., Manistee Friendship Society, 1475 U.S. 31 S. • Depression Self help Group, 1 p.m., Manistee Friendship Society, 1475 U.S. 31 South • Pinochle, Manistee Senior Center, 6 p.m. • Hospice of Michigan grief support group “Journey Through Grief”, 5:30 -7 p.m., Briny Building, Suite 210. Info & registration 845-3423. • Frontier Airlines open house 1-5 p.m.; Manistee County Blacker Airport • Presentation on services for veterans by Beth Yeack, Manistee County Veterans Counselor, 6 p.m.; Manistee County Courthouse • Manistee County Veterans Counselor, Beth Yeack, will be at the Veterans ofﬁce in the courthouse, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., 398-3587 for appointment. • Invasive Species Presentation, 6 p.m.; Manistee Library • Manistee Muzzle Loading Club, Board of Directors meet, 7p.m. • Manistee Muzzle Loading Club, Mens Pistol league, 6:30p.m. TUESDAY, APRIL 19 • Manistee Area Community Clinic, registration 4:30 - 6 p.m.; Health Clinic, 385 Third Street • Lighthouse Pregnancy Care Center, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., 234 Parkdale Ave., Manistee • Tribute to Veterans Documentary Series, Inside the Vietnam War, 90 minutes; Manistee County Library, . • DAV service ofﬁcer will process VA claims and other veterans/ dependents needs. 10 a.m.-1 p.m., VFW, Manistee, walk-ins welcome, appointment, 723-9220. • Ms. B. Matzen Disabled Outreach Worker (DVOW) Manistee ofﬁce, 9a.m.-4p.m., 1660 US 31 S., Manistee. • Easter Egg Hunt/bonnet contest, 1p.m., Circle Rocking S Children’s Farm. • Adopt-A-Forest, meet at range Manistee Muzzle Loading Club, 2 p.m. WED., APRIL 20 • TOPS 1801 meeting 11 a.m.-12 noon, First Baptist Church, 1201 Lakeshore Rd., Manistee • AA meetings daily, Manistee and Mason counties. (231)7233515 for times and location. • Overeaters Anonymous; 6 p.m.; Good Shepherd Lutheran Church 521 Cypress St, Manistee 723-2883. • Community Playgroup for parents with kids birth-6 year old, Faith Covenant Church Manistee, 10-11:30 a.m., no charge. Kristina 723-9739. • VFW service ofﬁcer will process VA claims and any other veterans/dependents needs, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., 13300 9 Mile Rd., Kaleva, (231)362-3229, appointment only. • VFW service ofﬁcer will process VA claims and any other veterans/dependents needs, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., 1121 28th St., Manistee, (231)723-9220, appointment only. • Manistee County Veterans Counselor, Beth Yeack, will be at the Veterans ofﬁce in the courthouse, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., 398-3587 for appointment. • Frog hike, 7 p.m.; Upper Herring Lake Nature Preserve. www. gtrlc.org 231-929-7911 for info. • Manistee Moose Burger/Hot Dog Baskets, 5-7p.m. • Manistee Muzzle Loading Club, .22 Silhouette, main range, 5p.m. • Manistee Muzzle Loading Club, Spring Work Party, 6-8p.m. • Manistee Area Parkinson Support Club, 12:30, meeting room #3. Dr. Buswinka, speaker. • Jr. Clio Club meeting, 7p.m.at the home of Jane Lenon. Tom Gerhardt will speak on The Depressdion as chronicled in the book “We Too Are The People”. THURSDAY, APRIL 21 • Mothers of Preschoolers Group, 9:15 a.m.; Faith Covenant Church 475 8th Street, Manistee. • Lighthouse Pregnancy Care Center, open 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; 234 Parkdale Avenue, Manistee • Manistee Parkinson Support Club, 11 a.m., West Shore Medical Center, Rm. 1 • Kaleva Lions Club Pasties, 8 a.m.-12 noon • Gamblers Anonymous at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 7 p.m. • VFW monthly meeting, 7 p.m., VFW, Manistee • American Legion Service Ofﬁcer will process VA claims and any other veterans/ dependent needs, (616)240-3883 for appointment. • Michigan Community Blood Center blood drive at West Shore Hospital education center, 12p.m.-4p.m., appointments are encouraged but not necessary, toll free (866)642-5663. FRIDAY, APRIL 22 • The Great American Fish Fry, 5-7:30 p.m.; American Legion Post 10, 10 Mason St., Manistee • Tree Planting, meet at Arcadia Dunes Baldy parking lot, 10 a.m.-noon www.gtrlc.org 231-929-7911 for info.
been a player on the national scene for decades. He has crossed paths with people from all walks of life in countries all around the world and is someone who I feel would make an interesting story. 3. General Norman Schwarzkopf: He was the man who restored a lot of pride in the American military. What always impressed me about the man was he was a soldier first and foremost. It would have been so easy for him to cash in on it after the war in Kuwait, but he never did that and always remained true to his soldier values. 4. Larry Bird: I have been a big sports fan all my life. Never did I see an athlete who did so much with so few physical skills. Bird couldn’t run, jump or do a lot of things like others in professional basketball, but his work ethic and determination were second to none. The best comment I ever heard about Bird was the one, “some people come to compete, but Larry comes to win.” Writing a story on him would be inspirational. 5. Mikhail Gorbachev: He was the man who opened the doors to the Soviet Union, and brought that country into the modern world. I would love to talk with him about the Berlin Wall coming down and see what that was like from the “other side.” 6. Neil Simon: He has long been a favorite playwright with such hits as “The Odd Couple,” “Plaza Suite” and so, so many more. His writing style is so down to Earth, and it would be intriguing to see what inspires him. 7. Neil Armstrong: What a thrill to be the first person to step on the moon. Who wouldn’t want to write and talk about that experience? 8. Fidel Castro: Bet you didn’t see that one coming. To try and pry into this man’s mind would be an interesting challenge. He has been tied with some of the biggest news events of the past century. Don’t get me wrong, I am not condoning some of the things he has done, but feel he would make a
unique story. How about the long since deceased people that would make a great interview? The list here was longer and much more interesting in who I would select. 1. Jesus Christ: How could you not want to interview him? Over time, the man probably influenced more people than anyone and his book is the alltime best seller. 2. Abraham Lincoln: A man who in the pre-day of political speech writers always managed to come up withe the words that held a country together. What an interview that would be. 3. Rosa Parks: A simple woman who quite frankly said “enough is enough.” When she took her stand by sitting she wasn’t looking for celebrity status — she was looking for equal rights and dignity. 4. John Kennedy: A president who sat on the brink of all out nuclear war in a stare down with Russian leader Nikita Kruschev and didn’t blink. I would love to hear and write about those experiences. 5. Pablo Picasso: He wasn’t afraid to try the different and unusual. He made people think when it came to his artwork. What a thrill it would be just to ask, “what were you thinking?” 6. Ernest Hemingway: The man wrote with a fervant passion. Need I say more? 7. Walter Cronkite: For decades he was like a member of our families, telling us both the good news and the bad. I am sure he had tons of behindthe-scenes stories to tell. 8. Sir Winston Churchill: He inspired the free world to victory in World War II over Adolf Hitler and Germany with little more at times than his words. Pretty amazing stuff. 9. Harry Truman: He will probably rank as the last “common man” to hold the presidency. To discuss the Atomic Bomb, the Cold War and all the other things that were thrust in his lap would be an interview that would be fascinating to hear. 10. Martin Luther King Jr.: He never lost sight of a goal to make everyone in this country equal. The things he overcame made us a better nation and were nothing short of phenomenial. It would be a thrill to write his story. Yes, it would be nice to interview even one of those people, but I doubt it will happen before I... See you next Wednesday.
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said Henry Westra, vice president of physician services at West Shore. “The change will not affect the high quality, personalized care patients have come to expect from their local physicians, but the distinction is important because it means additional Medicare reimbursement for the hospital.” “In simple terms, the employed physician offices are now departments of the hospital,” explained Theresa Anderson, Director of Practice Operations. “Previously, while the physicians were employed by the hospital, the practices were separate entities.” As part of the transition to provider based clinics, specialties are being grouped together, and some physicians will be moving their practices to new locations. A central billing office has been established at 315 Oak Grove St. Brian McComb, D.O., recently moved a couple of doors down within the Parkdale Professional Offices building at 1400
to share space with Ekram Smith, M.D., and William Weiner, M.D. The three physicians offer a full range of primary care services for adults, children, and families. West Shore general surgeons Klaus Kutschke, M.D., and Vinson Ulep, D.O., will be moving to the Northwest Michigan Health Center at 1293 E. Parkdale Ave. in May, joining fellow surgeons Eduardo Barlan, M.D., and Todd Ozdych, D.O. “As a result of the change to provider based clinics, patients may notice differences in how they are billed,” Anderson noted. “Questions about billing should be directed to the billing office at (231) 3980846 or to the insurance carrier.” “Having specialties grouped together will be convenient for both patients and physicians, while allowing us to streamline operations, share technology, and reduce overhead,” said Anderson.
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Very few people have started thinking about Christmas shopping — however the people who make possible Manistee’s Shop with a Cop program were busy with a fun fundraiser Saturday at Manistee High School. Matt McShane of the Michigan Department of Corrections organized the third annual Shop with a Cop basketball tournament — that featured two teams from the Oaks Correctional Facility, one from Camp Pugsley and another that combined officers from the Manistee Police Department and Little River Band of Ottawa Indians tribal police. Play was round-robin, and when it was over the Camp Pugsley team won the championship trophy and the City of Manistee/LRBOI Tribal Police team finished in the runner-up position. Last year several weeks before Christmas through the Shop with a Cop program Love INC selected a group of children who met with police officers at Kmart and selected $100 in gifts for their families and themselves. The other major fundraiser for the program is a battle of the bands concert held in October at the Little River (LEFT) A Camp Pugsley player drives to the basket. (RIGHT) At times the going got tough in the paint during Casino Resort. the basketball games.
(ABOVE) Tournament organizer Matt McShane shows the traveling trophy that for the next year will be at Camp Pugsley. (RIGHT) In the first game of the tournament, the Oaks Bennett team takes a shot over a member of the Camp Pugsley team. Camp Pugsley took a narrow victory in this game and went on to win the tournament. (LEFT) The jump ball started the game between the Manistee police/LRBOI police team and the Oaks Clouse team.
PHOTOS BY DAVE YARNELL NEWS ADVOCATE
EVENTS: FROM PAGE 2
Historic White Pine Village, 1687 S. Lakeshore Drive, Ludington This list is compiled by News Advocate entertainment editor Dave Yarnell. Listing suggestions are appreciated. Contact Yarnell at 398-3111 or email@example.com.
Ludington May 18 — Open Mic Night, 8 p.m., Kaleva Tavern, 9289 Walta St., Kaleva May 20-21 — Kaleva Crusaders Relay for Life Team yard sale, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Wilson Road, Kaleva May 20-21 — West Shore Medical Center Auxiliary Garage Sale, Seng’s Blue Building, Lake Street, Manistee May 21 — Memories of Marilla, A Salute to Our Troops Past and Present, 2-5 p.m., Marilla Museum and Pioneer Place, Marilla Road, Kaleva May 21 — The Man in Black, A Tribute to Johnny Cash, 8 p.m., Little River Casino Resort May 25 — Open Mic Night, 8 p.m., Kaleva Tavern, 9289 Walta St., Kaleva May 28 — Old Time Base Ball Match, 1 p.m.,
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SHOWCASE OF HOMES
WE’RE HERE TO SERVE YOU
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SHOWCASE OF HOMES
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63rd Annual SPRING SALE
at 333 River St • Manistee
Monday - Friday 11 - 5 • Saturday by Appt.
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HOURS: MON.-THURS. 8AM-8PM • FRI. & SAT. 8AM-9PM • SUN 10AM-6PM
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Extra Large Eggs, dozen..................................... $1.29 Yoders Block & Shredded Cheese, 8 oz. ............... 2/$4 Tropicana 50 Orange Juice ................................ 2/$7 Pillsbury Turnovers ........................................... 2/$5 Banquet Pot Pies .............................................. 4/$3 Mrs Smith Pies Crusts, 2 pack .............................. 2/$5 Totinos Party Pizza............................................ 2/$4 Triscuit Wheat Crackers ..................................... 2/$6 Lawry’s Marinades, 12 oz................................... $2.99 Zataron’s, 7-8 oz. Boxes ........................................ 2/$3 Chef Boyardee Microwavable Meals, 7.5 oz...... 10/$10 Chicken N’ Ribs BBQ Sauce, 18 oz. ...................... 2/$3 Quacker Chewy Bars, 8-10 packs .......................... 2/$6 Select McCormick Spices ...............................20% OFF Carnation Evaporated Milk ............................ 10/$10 Betty Crocker Cookie Mixes ............................... 2/$5 Libby’s Pure Pumpkin & Easy Pumpkin Pie Mix 29-30 oz. ............................................................ 2/$5 Campbells Chunky Soups, All Varieties ................... 2/$5 Coca Cola 2 Liters ............................................. 3/$5 Crunch ‘n Munch, 4 oz. boxes............................ 10/$10 Dawn Dish Soap, 24 oz. ...................................... 2/$6 Eco-Foil 100% Recycled Aluminum Disposable Pans with lids, All Varieties ............................................ 2/$6 Busch & Busch Light, 24 packs............. $13.49 +deposit
London Broil .........................................$3.09 lb Bottom Round Cube Steak.....................$2.99 lb New York Strip Steak ............................$6.99 lb Whole Boneless Pork Loins ....................$2.29 lb Boneless Baby Ribs ...............................$2.99 lb Amish Valley Spiral Hams ......................$2.39 lb Boneless Chicken Breast ........................$1.99 lb El Monterey Burrito ...................................2/$6
Fresh Express Leaf Spinach, 9 oz. ............... $2.59 Grape Tomatoes................................. .$2.39 pint Baby Carrots, 1 lb. ................................$1.29 bag Sweet Corn....................................... 50¢ per ear Fresh Lemons ............................................. 3/$1 Red Grapefruit, 5 lb. bag .............................. $2.99 Fresh Single Plums or Nectarines ............ $1.59 lb
1806 E. Parkdale Ave. Suite 3, Manistee 5 Atkinson Dr., Suite 305, Ludington
231-398-9536 ext. 1103 • 231-843-6557 ext 1103
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