Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014
It was 2008 and the United States was just entering the most dangerous economic crisis since the Great Depression. Chris Breimayer of Belding, an architectural designer in the midst of the housing market collapse, and his brother Pat Breimayer of Greenville, who worked for Delphi, which was going through bankruptcy, were looking for something new to do.
Three area teenagers were hurt in a single-vehicle rollover crash Friday evening in Howard City Montcalm County Sheriff’s Deputies were called to respond to a personal injury accident at approximately 5:37 p.m. Friday. The investigation revealed a 16-year-old female from Howard City was driving a 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 pickup truck west on Washburn Street just east of Sycamore Street. Upon entering the dirt section of Washburn Street, she attempted to fishtail her truck and lost control.
Belding 1-1-2: The Redskins participated in the Williamston Invitational on Saturday. Belding went 1-1-2 for the day. In pool play, the Redskins defeated Lansing Christian 25-14, 25-23, split with New Lothrop 20-25, 25-17 and split with Fowlerville 25-18, 25-27.
Lakeview’s volleyball team found themselves in a position they were hoping to be in Saturday. The Wildcats were in the championship game of their own tournament, but lost to Muskegon West Michigan Christian 25-15, 25-21.
Sweaty palms, quivering fingers, a racing heart rate and the heat of stage lights shine down as the steps of a choreographed routine move through the mind. Taking to the stage for a dance recital or competition can be invigorating, meshing the worlds of excitement and raw nerves into one.
My wife’s church sewing circle was holding its annual “Crazy Hat” day at a friend’s cottage up by Newaygo. I thought I’d take her and several of her friends up there, but it wasn’t really a place for a guy, so I decided to put on some business clothes and call on a few customers while the ladies were having their party. Well now, we got there and I dispatched the girls at their party. Then I took off and called on a couple of my usual customers.
The Education Foundation of Greenville (EFG) launched an endowment campaign in 2009 to assure the funding of performance arts and advanced programs for Greenville students. The group set an initial fundraising goal of $1 million for the OUR3 Capital Campaign. Thanks to a donation from Byron and Dee Cook — the largest single gift the foundation has received — the organization is nearing that goal. The amount of the donation was not made public.
There is something special happening at Crystal Motor Speedway. For the past few years, owner Ron Flinn has seen more and more female drivers take to the track, and he expects more to come when the racing season starts back up again in April.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, Sept. 22, 2014