Warm spring weather brings out-door activities for all to enjoy. A flea and farmers market will take place at 7 a.m. every Friday and Saturday starting Friday at the Old Meijer located on 1220 N. Lafayette Street.
The Greenville Department of Public Safety is investigating after a woman had her purse stolen from her vehicle.
The mourners gathered, remembering and reminiscing the events that led up to Jesus’s death. On the third day, they celebrated his ascension. Sheridan Assembly of God is performing “3 Days” — an original production written and directed by Val Robbins — Thursday through Saturday.
Though we may not wear the shackles of a convict, many of us are chained in other areas that hold us back. Stanton’s Trinity Evangelical Free Church presents an Easter passion play “My Chains Are Gone” showing how we can be released from those chains that tether us down. Based on the song by Chris Tomlin, “My Chains Are Gone,” the church’s choir tells the story and the actors portray the scenes.
Funeral Notices for Thursday, April 5, 2012
All our hearts were broken last weekend when we lost one of our own. Dalton Gustinis, a 16-year-old student at Tri County High School, died in a boating accident in Friday’s early morning hours.
Health is everyone’s business. Good health is important to us as individuals. For employers, a healthy workforce is productive and costs less. A healthy community is an economically attractive community. According to 2012 County Health Rankings (www.countyhealthrankings.org), Montcalm County ranks in the bottom third of Michigan counties (62 out of 82 ranked counties) for health factors that influence our health.
The Montcalm County Parks & Recreation Committee is hoping people and businesses will re- “Discover Montcalm.” The committee met Tuesday morning to discuss the 2010-2011 Discover Montcalm tourism magazine and plan the next publication.
Some local schools are taking a step toward healthier lifestyles by offering a variety of fresh produce to students during lunch time. Because of the nutritional factor of fresh produce, schools have begun to serve many options to students in place of other non-nutritious items. John Klapko, director of dining services at Belding Areas Schools, said it is important to serve fresh produce because of the nutrients the fruits and vegetables give to the students.
AFA Foods, which produces lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) that is most commonly known as “pink slime,” has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to the Associated Press (AP). The company’s Chief Executive Officer Ron Allen said in the affidavit that the company had been struggling for the past two years, but had a turnaround strategy in the works. However, due to media coverage of “pink slime,” there were consequences for the company.