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November, 2010


It’s your move

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The Chess Club will be meeting after school every Wednesday until 3:30. This is for those who wish to learn as well as those with experience. You do not need to be in attendance each week, only as you are able. Everyone Welcome!!

Grass Lake Wrestling Club Sign-Ups for MYWA

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All students currently through the 8th grade are invited to sign up for the Grass Lake Wrestling Club on Monday, November 29 at Grass Lake Middle School from 6:00-7:30 PM. For a registration form, go to and go to the Athletics “General Information” page.

Free Childcare for Shoppers

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FREE CHILDCARE DAY! When: December 5, 12:30-4:30 Where: George Long Elementary School Who: Children ages 4-10 are invited to attend Why: We understand that parents would like some time to go Christmas shopping without the recipients tagging along. Read More

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Remember you can find the daily announcements and homework on the school website under the Middle School.

Eat Pizza, Earn Money

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Tuesday, November 23 is family night at Grass Lake Pizza Time. Students got flyers yesterday or today with coupons. Pizza Time is donating 10% of ALL There is also a classroom competition. Read More

Scenic Drive Gets Crimson Maple Enhancement

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The net comes down and the Maples come off.

FaHoLo campground and convention center added a little color to their  1/2 mile driveway running from Mt. Hope Road west to the compound.  Over 20 Crimson Maples were planted on Friday, November 12, 2010.  The trees averaged 20 years in age and will change color to a brilliant red every fall.

Veterans Honored

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From left, Larry Sanderson, Bud Freysinger and Dr. Andy Mead

The Federated Church in downtown Grass Lake hosted Veterans Day ceremonies on Thursday, November 11, 2010.  The Color Guard was provided by our Jackson Area Career Center’s JROTC  cadets.

The Veterans Day message was delivered by Grass Lake High School graduate and Air Force vet, Vern Updike.

Pastor Chuck McNeil offered a prayer for our men and women in the military services  and Rev. Murl Eastman delivered the benediction. Skip Freysinger presented a tribute to our country’s POW and MIA.

A stirring rendering of taps was played by Grass Lake High School student, John Camilleri