2018-01-28 / News Briefs

NEWS BRIEFS

SAGINAW CONSERVATION DIST. ANNUAL MEETING – The Saginaw County Conservation District will hold its annual meeting on Thursday, Feb. 15 at the Hartley Outdoor Education Center, 12633 Beaver Road, St. Charles. A short meeting will begin the activities at 5:30 p.m. with dinner to follow. The Wildlife Association will then conduct an informational presentation that includes live hawks and owls. There will also be a silent auction. Tickets are available at the Saginaw Conservation District offices, 178 N. Graham Road, Saginaw, or call (989) 781-1720 for more information. Tickets must be purchased in advance. An election of new directors will also take place at the meeting. The following individuals are up for election: Edward Meisel III, of Saginaw, and Marcia E. Kendall, of St. Charles. Absentee ballots are available at the district office for those unable to attend the meeting.

CHESANING DADDY-DAUGHTER DANCE – The Chesaning High School National Honor Society will hold its annual daddy-daughter dance “Hooray for Hollywood” on Friday, Feb. 23 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the middle school cafeteria and gym. The cost is $20 per couple, $10 for each additional girl. All kindergarten through fourth grade girls are encouraged to come, accompanied by an adult male. This will be a semi-formal dance (no jeans). Corsages, photos and refreshments will be free. Door prizes will be given away throughout the dance. Forms are available at Big Rock Elementary, Zion Lutheran and Christ Lutheran Schools. The registration deadline is Monday, Feb. 5 to guarantee reservations.

BLOOD DRIVE – Michigan Blood will hold a blood drive on Thursday, Feb. 1 from noon to 6 p.m. and Friday, Feb. 2 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Chesaning-Brady Fire Department, 1632 Brady St., Chesaning. Call 1-800-MIBLOOD (642-5663) to make an appointment. Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are encouraged. Healthy persons ages 17 or older (16 with parent or guardian permission), weighing 112 pounds or more are eligible to give blood every 56 days. Females ages 18 and younger must weigh 120 pounds or more.

CHAMBER RAFFLE WINNER – The winner of the Chesaning Chamber of Commerce bi-weekly raffle for Wednesday, Jan. 24, was Nick Leonard, of Chesaning Manufacturing. Guest drawer was Nick Schlachter, of Chesaning.

AUDIO/VIDEO SYSTEM – During the Tuesday, Jan. 23 meeting, the Montrose Community Schools Board of Education approved the request to purchase and install professional audio/video equipment in the middle school/high school cafeteria. The school board approved the purchase in the amount of $14,687 through REMC, which has a statewide bid for Michigan schools. Weinstein Electric will do the installation.

SPECIAL OLYMPICS – On Tuesday, Jan. 23, the Montrose Community Schools Board of Education approved an overnight trip for a group of between 10 and 16 Montrose students to attend the 2018 Michigan Special Olympics. Special Education director, Cassandra Wright is coordinating the overnight trip. The Special Olympics will be held at Grand Traverse Resort from Jan. 30 to Feb. 3. The school board approved the trip with the understanding that it reserves the right to cancel the trip in the event of adverse weather conditions or dangerous world conditions.

INDUSTRIAL ARTS – The Montrose Community Schools Board of Education has formally accepted Sandra Harris’ donation of $1,000 toward instructor Mike Roberson’s industrial arts program. Harris has been an avid supporter of Montrose Community Schools.

DINNERS DONATED – Montrose American Legion Post #367 and Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter #175 donated three Christmas dinners that were distributed to the families of Montrose school children during the month of December. The Montrose school board formally accepted and thanked these service groups for the donation to help Montrose school children.

EXAM TIME – Montrose Hill-McCloy High School principal Linden Moore tells parents, it’s exam time, so he suggests they have a little extra grace with kids.

SUPERINTENDENT – During the Tuesday, Jan. 23 meeting of the Montrose Community Schools Board of Education, interim superintendent Wayne Wright credited former superintendent Dr. Edward Graham with leaving the district in great shape. He said the administrative staff works very well together. Dr. Graham had informed Wright about five leaks in school roofs, four at Carter Elementary School and one at the auditorium. Three of the hot spots were supposed to be fixed last summer, but weren’t. The recent rainstorms have brought the problem to the forefront. Wright is in contact with several roofers trying to get the repairs done.

CORRECTION – In the Sunday, Jan. 21 issue of the Tri-County Citizen, it was reported that language arts teacher Michael Ballor would be leading a group of St. Charles High School students on a trip to Washington, D.C. in 2019. It was incorrectly reported that Ballor had previously led Hemlock school groups on D.C. trips eight times. He clarified that he did not lead the Hemlock group. Ballor participated as a staff member on those trips for eight years.

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