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i 6 Wednesday, October 16, 2013 The Montmorency Cqunty Tribune All Around Atlanta writer, Gloria Shultz, is currently in MediLodge of Hillman. If you would like to brighten her day, feel free to send her a card. The address is 631 Caring Street, Hillman, M149746. Gloria, we hope you are feel- ing better soon! This Saturday, Oct. 19 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. is Metal Collection Day at the- Elk Country Animal Shelter in Atlanta. Be sure to drop off your items, big or small, behind the shelter. Volunteers will be there to help you. The Elk Country Animal Shelter meeting has been re- scheduled for Monday, October 21 at 6:30 p.m. at the shelter building on M-32, west of Atlanta. The Montmorency County Genealogical Society will meet on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013, at 10:30 a.m. at the Hillman Wright Library. Officers will be elected and pro- gram topics and speakers for the coming year will be discussed. If you want to learn more about family search.org you can plan to stay later and there will be people available who will assist you in navigating the website. You may contact Karen Funk 989-742-3037. if you have questions about this meeting. Happy birthday to Bill Pinson, Jesselyn Marlatt, Sharon Hallam, Lisa Ragen, Kaiflynn Tinker, Sean Connor, Mike Beauregard, andThomas Williams, Oct. 16; Aubrie Klein, Jasmine Lowell, Sherrie Ehlers, Mo Mulholland, and Mike Connor, Oct. 17; Justin Kristi Finley, Heather Mayhew, Andy Gardner, Ethan LaRose, and McKenzie Creekmore, Oct. 18; Vicki Utt, Josh Vick, Tom Morton, Bud McDonald, Chuck Klarich, and Cordell LaRose, Oct. 19; Brenda Hibner, Bill Hawley, Patty Dobbyn, Dustin Dobbyn, Marcia Aiello, and Kyleigh Nutall, Oct. 20; Pam Parsons, Bruce Ball, Sharon Peck, and Heidi Cadwallder, Oct. 21; Robin Garlock, Emie Valentine, FrankAiello III, Sarah Benjamin, Sharia Hallam, Scott King, and Emma Keister, Oct. 22 Happy anniversary wishes to Ken and Tina Juergens, Oct. 17; Dennis and Jone Guest, Oct. 19; and Ben and Patty Bolser, Oct. 20. MARK SCHAUER, D-Battle Creek, talks to voters in Atlanta about his mission to defeat Gov. Rick Snyder in next year's gubernatorial election. has sights set on being Michi overnor - s Swr Mark Schauer, D-Battle Staff r@0rler Creek, is on a mission to take down his third republican incum- bent, and his next target is Gov. Rick Snyder. At a visit to The Dinner Table in Atlanta on Oct. 12, Schauer said he's looking for- ward to working with the people of Mont- morency County in order to change the direction of Michigan. "This election, your county, although it' s a small county, is a very imp ortant p art of a puzzle for changing the direction of our state," Schauer said. He defeated his first republican incum- bent in a race for the state House in 1996. Six years later, he defeated a republican incumbent in a run for the state Senate and went on to become the democratic leader in the Senate. In 2008, he won a run for Congress where he says he helped rescue the auto indus- try and supported the Affordable Care Act. "The leading cause ofbankruptcyin this countryis medical bills," Schauer empha- sized. Democrats didn't mm out to vote in 2010, Schauer said, and the result of that was Snyder's victory as governor. He called Michigan a "blue state" and said people just have to show up at the polls in order to win the next gubernatorial dec- tion, because democrats have won 11 of the last 12 elections in Michigan. He said Snyder has preyed on women, teachers, retirees, union members and protectors of natural resources in order to fund $1.8 billion in tax giveaways to cor- porations. "They weren't even required to create one job as a result of it, and they're not Creatingjobs," Schauer said. "Under Rick Snyder, we are the fourth worst unem- ployment rate in the country." Chuck Colsher, retired POStal worker, said he has 1,600 reasons why he won't be voting for Snyder. The tax Snyder imposed onhis pension costs him about $1,600 per year. Schauer Said, if elected governor, he would eliminate the pension tax, because it's causing people to want to move out of Michigan. He was previously involved with a community action agency that pro- vided Head Start and Meals on Wheels programs, and he said he'll make educa- tion his first priority. He said he doesn't believe in privatizing education for the benefit of for-profit management, as Snyder has been doing. "We have a constitutional guarantee to a quality public education for every child," Schauer said. Atlanta School Breakfast and Lunch Menu Elem. - $2.10/HS- $2.40 October 21-25 Monday: Breakfast - Eggs & toast, cereal, juice & milk. Lunch - Chili, cheddar gold fish crack- ers, fruit, milk. Tuesday: Breakfast - Graham crackers, cereal, juice & milk. Lunch - Bose cheese stix, steamed broccoli, banana, milk. Wednesday: Breakfast- Cereal/ toast, yogurt, juice & milk. Lunch Fajiats, refried beans, salad, fruit, milk. Thursday: Breakfast - Bagel, cereal, string cheese, juice, milk. Lunch - Chix chunks; green beans, fruit, milk. Friday: Breakfast- French toast, sausage, cereal, juice, milk. Lunch - Pizza, salad, Mandarin orange..%4nilk. J & K Custom Signs Engraved & Relief Routed Wood Signs John & Karen Gibson 16420 Harwood Rd, Atlanta 989-619-7697 jkcustomsigns @ hughes.neti Reaching out to the needy and hurting is a good way to love your neighbor as yourself. We need your support in this endeavor. "The Caring Place" Atlanta Church of Chris~ 11651 M-33 Atlanta, MI 49709 785-4561 * Thank You for Your Tax Deductable Support DEAD.BATTERIES CAN'T SAVE LIVES Change the batteries in your smoke detector at least once a year. IJnited States F~ Administmti~ Fedmd Eme~ency Management Agek3' hnp://www.,~f~fum.pv Deer Processin STATE INSPECTED FACILITY CUSTOM MEAT PROCESSING Big Game - Beef - Pork - Sausage Cut, Wrapped and Frozen 10765 McMurphy Road Dave & Vikki 989-785-4141 Atlanta, MI 49709 Cell Phone 989-306-1969 Dr, Bob and the Certification Crew will be at the Rust Township Hall on Tuesday, October 29th , J Call Tim at L T Greenhouse Supply 989-742-2195 to schedule an appointment for your certification or renewal. Bring picture ID and copies of medical records. Briley Township will be flushing all water mains from October 15-22. Residents may notice a slight, temporary discoloration of their water supply during this period. 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