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  • with several activities. For the first time the troop was invited to usher at a Michigan State University football game. Ten boys and three leaders attended the MSU - Illinois game Sept. 24. It turned out to be the only nice day weather-wise during the ten day
  • of the Year, Marvelle Vannest, Kalkaska educator, will be honored at a special dinner hosted by the Michigan Department of Education, in April. The dinner will be held Friday evening, April 13, at Kellogg Center on the campus of Michigan State University
  • through the Michigan State University's Cooperative Extension Service last winter, and she is going to be working with cooperative extension on its five-year plan for the future. Following is the article Kalkaska resident Dawn MacKeller wrote for Reader's
  • superintendent has a wife, Linda, and a 14-year-old son. Jack. He is completing his twentysecond year in Michigan public education as a teacher, elementary principal and superintendent Presently he is a doctoral student at Michigan State University in the field
  • "Unless high school football players States. from northern Michigan are really outDavid Bricker is in his second year at standing and talented, they usually won't Michigan State University. He was a end up playing college football," he said. center
  • local businesses, Grand Traverse County Government and Dow Chemical Company. The event is being planned and managed by representatives from the Northern Michigan Environmental Action Council and the Michigan State University Cooperative Extension Service
  • . The convention begins Sept. 21 and ends Sept. 22. The L.T.L.'ers will meet June 18 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at Pam Campbell's home or call 258-4842. This will be the last meeting until Sept. is a 1985 graduate of Kalkaska High School. While at Michigan State