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Auction Sale

Auction Sale

Don’t miss out on an Auction Sale taking place on Saturday, March 10 at Greenville Area Community Center located at 900 E. Kent in Greenville. Doors open at 8:00am with the Sale starting at 9:30am. Check out the 125+ cookie jars, 100’s of kitchen collectibles, memorabilia, furniture, hand tools, jewelry, coins & more, too numerous to mention. A 10% buyer's premium & 6% sales tax (unless exempt)  apply for all purchases. Bring a bidding partner because there will be multiple auctioneers selling at once.

Visit www.MerrittAuctionService.com to see hundreds of pictures and more information.

BAS - Family Nutrition Night

BAS - Family Nutrition Night

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

We are excited to invite you to join BAS as we celebrate Nutrition Night 2012. On March 8 at 5 p.m., our High School auditorium and commons will be filled with ideas, activities and educational assignments to help us all become more “Healthy, Wealthy and Wise” about our lives.  This is a free event!

Please click here for more details.

One night only - 'War of the Worlds' live onstage at the Greenville Performing Arts Center

One night only - 'War of the Worlds' live onstage at the Greenville Performing Arts Center

From the Greenville High School theatre facebook page:

Friday, March 9, 7:30pm

The 1938 Radio Play that terrorized the country comes to life, LIVE onstage at the Greenville Performing Arts Center for ONE NIGHT ONLY! Be sure to see this unique production. All tickets are $5 and proceeds goto the Auditorium Renovation Project.

Bus driver suspended after leaving sleeping student

BELDING, Mich. (WZZM) - A Belding Middle School bus driver was suspended and her route changed after leaving a preschooler sleeping on a school bus while she had lunch.

The incident happened last week.

The superintendent of schools tells WZZM 13 News that the driver had dropped off all her students at the school, but the preschooler was asleep, curled up underneath one of the seats of the bus.  The student was on the bus unattended for about 30-45 minutes and was not harmed.

The bus driver was suspended and moved to a route that does not include preschoolers.  The superintendent says that the driver has been an exemplary driver and employee with no previous problems.

MHSAA boys basketball district results

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS:

CLASS A - Northview 71, Greenville 57

CLASS A - East Kentwood 59, Caledonia 49

CLASS A - Zeeland East 49, Holland 42

CLASS B - Godwin Heights 59, South Christian 42

MONDAY SCORES:

CLASS A: 

Jenison 58, Grandville 46

Rockford 47, FHN 40

Kenowa Hills 43, Grand Haven 62

Reeths-Puffer 69, Cedar Springs 47

FHC 61, Byron Center 52

CLASS B:

Hastings 63, Ionia 44

GR Catholic Central 51, FHE 42

Zeeland West 50, Coopersville 45

Orchard View 56, Oakridge 44

Muskegon Heights 73, Fruitport 23

Reed City 64, Newaygo 48

Holland Christian 58, Wayland Union 43

Otsego 71, Hamilton 65

Sparta 61, Belding 29

Tri-County 77, Central Montcalm 61

CLASS C:

Fennville 58, Hartford 44

Saugatuck 73, Black River 49

Lee 62, Grand River Prep 43

Montague 66, Holton 34

Tech Tuesdays! from the Greenville Business Network

Tech Tuesdays! from the Greenville Business Network

April 3, 12:00pm-1:30pm

The Greenville Business Network brings to you, TECH TUESDAYS!  This is an informative, educational, hands-on learning series that will bring you out of the stone age and into the phone age.  This month long series of seminars, hosted by the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce along with Montcalm Community College, will lift the veil on some of todays hottest business tools and how to effectivly utilize them to your businesses advantage.

BAS - March Superintendent Update

BAS - March Superintendent Update

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

We are nearing the end of second trimester at Belding Area Schools. Somehow, the first two-thirds of the year have flown by. Schools across the State of Michigan continue to be faced with much uncertainty. With that said, two things are certain. First, we too will continue to face economic and achievement challenges due to changes at the state level. Second, the staff at Belding Area Schools will (as always) continue to work tirelessly each day so we may offer the best quality education possible to our students.