The road back to the playoffs for Carson City-Crystal’s football team will look rather familiar.
Friday night’s streets were filled with people lining the parade route as local fire departments made their way through Greenville as part of the 49th annual Danish Festival.
Carson City-Crystal’s football team has a few weeks of practice under their belt, and as far as coach Devin Pringle is concerned, so far so good. The Eagles started practice Monday, Aug. 12, by going to Camp Northwoods northeast of West Branch. They stayed there for three days while there were no pads allowed for practice by Michigan High School Athletic Association rule.
For the second year in a row, Greenville residents have come together to make sure the city is in tip-top shape for the annual Danish Festival. Steve Schofield of Greenville wanted to make a difference last year and there was such a large amount of community support that the second annual “Clean Up Greenville” returned this year.
Read the funeral notices for Friday, Aug. 16, 2013.
Turnout was good Thursday evening for the official start of this year’s Danish Festival. Held at Heritage Park, the event featured appearances by several area dignitaries, the Danish Festival queen and her court, the Danish Festival Band and this year’s grand marshal Katherine Hansen. Also on hand were members of Greenville’s VFW and American Legion posts, who presided over the flag raising ceremony.
Spencer Brandt didn’t have an average childhood. In fact, he was nearly robbed of it entirely.
As summer begins to wind down, there are many elements that begin to signify that autumn is approaching. Leaves begin to shift from green to various shades of orange and red, temperatures turn from warm and humid to crisp and cool and families prepare as the school year begins once again. But another sign of autumn comes in the sound that can be heard nearly every Friday night. As residents and fans pack into home stadiums and students take to the gridiron to best their weekly foe, the initial kick of a leather football is a sure sign that autumn is upon us.
As they have every year since 1991, the Greenville Yellow Jackets will begin the high school football season against its longtime rival Belding Redskins. Greenville will travel to Rudness Field on Aug. 29 with a five game winning streak in tact. The Yellow Jackets won 43-12 last year in the first game ever at Legacy Field.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets have gone two seasons without a football playoff appearance. As the Yellow Jackets begin their quest to snap that streak, they do so with a team that is displaying the kind of leadership and chemistry that leads to successful seasons.