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LaFonds get jobs at Motor Mall in Grand Rapids

STANTON, Mich. (Greenville Daily News)-- A Greenville father and son who issued fraudulent warranties at their auto sale business have found new employment at another car dealership.

John LaFond, 67, and his son, Jonathan LaFond, 41, are employed at the Motor Mall of Grand Rapids on 28th Street.  They stay in the Montcalm County Jail in Stanton at night and are let out in the day on work release.

The state accused the LaFonds of selling warranty contracts from Complete Automotive Repair Services of Murrysville, Pa., but never sent the money to the warranty company.

The Lafonds' business displayed a sign from Preferred Warranties Inc., but this company was not connected to the contracts the LaFonds sold at their dealership.

Greenville Athletic Boosters Car Wash Fundraiser - September 30th

From: http://www.greenvilleboosters.com/

On September 30, 2010 all 3 Joymar Car Wash locations will be donating $2.00 from every car wash to support the Greenville Athletic Boosters.  Locally they can be found at the Greenville Carwash on 725 North Lafayette. Their locations on 28th Street in Cascade and Baldwin Street location in Jenison will also honor this offer on September 30th.


GPS - Ticket Prices

From: http://www.greenville.k12.mi.us

All high school athletic tickets for the 2010-11 school-year will cost $5 per person. Passes may also be purchased for all home games. The information can be found by clicking Forms/ Information, Forms for Parents/ Students, and then clicking on the file ,"Sports Pass Purchase Form". Passes can be purchased after August 2, 2010.

Greenville remains perfect, tops Mona Shores

MUSKEGON (WZZM) -- The Greenville Yellow Jackets, who scored 42 points in each of their first two games, looked to continue their early season success with a trip to Mona Shores.

The Jackets dominated the game. Garrett Veihl opened the scoring in the first quarter with a 16-yard touchdown run.

The Yellow Jackets would go up 21-nothing in the first quarter. They'd tack on 16 more making 37-14 the final.

Greenville is now a perfect 3 and 0 on the season.

Deadline Friday for Youth Fall Soccer league

If you want your child to play in the Greenville Fall Soccer League, you have to complete registration by tomorrow.

The league is for boys and girls ages 5 to 13.  Practices will be on weekdays starting later this month and games will be on Tuesday nights and Saturday mornings.

The cost for registration is $25 for Greenville residents and $37 for non-residents.

Click here for more information and a link to the registration.

GPS - Back to School Advice

From: http://www.greenville.k12.mi.us

Here are a few steps that parents can take to help smooth the transition back to school:

1. Before buying back-to-school clothing, check the school’s dress code to ensure that your child will be in compliance (see the
enclosed flyer).

2. If it’s a transition year for your child from middle school to high school or if your child is new to the district, visit the school
to familiarize them with the building.

3. Many new high school students are anxious about their ability to master the combination lock on their locker. When you
visit the school, have your child practice unlocking their locker.

4. If your child participates in sports, make sure that they have had a recent physical exam (after April 15, 2010), and that the
proper forms have been completed and returned to the school.

Casair now hiring for 150 technology positions

STANTON, Mich (Greenville Daily News) - Casair Inc. may not receive $26 million in grant funds until November, but applications for dozens of jobs are being accepted right now.

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