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Take the Plunge

Take the Plunge

Benefit Special Olympics Michigan with your participation in the Law Enforcement Torch Run Polar Plunge, sponsored by Sam’s Club or just come out to watch on February 11 at Clifford Lake Inn at 561 Clifford Lake Drive in Stanton, Michigan 48888. WZZM 13’s, Juliet Dragos will be judging people who will be taking the plunge. Registration is at 12:00pm with the Parade of Costumes & the Plunge scheduled for 3:00pm. The Plunge Party immediately follows.

Plunge attire can be anything but a wet suit. Shoes are required. Keep in mind that there is a costume contest and the winner will receive the Golden Plunger Award.

Participants receive, free admission to the Post Plunge Party, bragging rights for “freezing your fur” for a great cause plus the opportunity to earn great Polar Plunge incentives!

BAS - Parent Lunch Survey

BAS - Parent Lunch Survey

From: http://www.bas-k12.org

We are reviewing our lunch service that is provided to our students and want your feedback.  Please take a moment to fill out the survey linked below to help our food service department.  All parents and guardians of BAS students are encouraged to complete the survey.

Thank you for your help!

Click here to complete the Parent Lunch Survey.

Give the Gift of Life!

Give the Gift of Life!

The American Legion Post #101 at 1320 West Washington Street in Greenville welcomes your blood donation for those in need, February 15 from 11:30am to 7:00pm.

Mark your calendars to make a difference with your blood donation every 3rd Wednesday of even-numbered months from 11:30am to 7:00pm at the American Legion Post #101 in Greenville. Call: 1-866-MIBLOOD for more information.

GHS is pleased to announce the High School Play for 2012: "Little Women"

GHS is pleased to announce the High School Play for 2012: "Little Women"

"Little Women" by Louisa May Alcott, adapted by Gary Peterson

Directed by Laurie Timm

Little Women is a coming-of-age story about family love, loss, and struggle set in mid-nineteenth-century New England. The young woman at its center, Jo March, is a fictional character based on the author Louisa Alcott. Jo March is bold, outspoken, brave, daring, loyal, cranky, principled, and real. She is a dreamer and a scribbler, happiest at her woodsy hideout by an old cartwheel or holed up in the attic, absorbed in reading or writing, filling page after page with stories or plays. She loves to invent wild escapades, to stage and star in flamboyant dramas. She loves to run. She wishes she were a boy, for all the right reasons: to speak her mind, go where she pleases, learn what she wants to know — in other words, to be free.

Performs February 17 & 18, 7:30pm

Connected to class 24 hours a day

GREENVILLE (WZZM) - 450 Greenville students will now be connected to class 24 hours a day.

The school district is giving students at the elementary, middle and high school levels Droid X2's and Samsung Galaxy Tabs as part of a new pilot program.  Greenville School District Technology Director LeeAnn Eyer says the goal is to provide educational access for students no matter where they are.

It used to be everything you needed for Algebra class fit squarely on your desk - book, notepad, pencil, and that Texas instrument calculator.  Now, something with the brains of 'all of the above' is squeezing its way into the hands of students.

"We don't have to take the book home," said freshman Kelsey Adams.

She isn't complaining. Her teacher, Dave Fortino, can plug in a lesson, and if she doesn't quite get something, she can plug in to listen.

PLAY REVIEW: Greenville celebrities let loose in ‘Westward Whoa’

PLAY REVIEW: Greenville celebrities let loose in ‘Westward Whoa’

By Lori Hansen
From The Daily News


The classic story of the good guys versus the bad guys rings true in “Westward Whoa,” this year’s OUR 3 melodrama fundraiser.

It is also classic to see 19 local celebrities take the stage, singing, dancing and acting in completely different roles than the professionals they are.

The show opens Thursday by invitation only to sponsors and then is open to the public at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. A chuck wagon dinner will be served Friday night only.

“Doing the melodrama is a mid-year stress reliever for many of the cast who are involved in the school system,” Production Coordinator Cheryl Willard said “It is a chance for them to let their hair down, and they really enjoy themselves. They work well together and feed off each other.”