Wish you were there on trip of lifetime

ALL ABOARD!—Squire photographer Cliff Hill hangs from an observation platform to capture this picture of the Rocky Mountaineer Train en route to Banff AL, Canada.

 Our mixed tour group of 40 travelers hailed mostly from West Michigan along with two smaller groups from Virginia and Montana. We traveled by plane, by luxurious motorcoach, on cruise ferries, and on the incredible Rocky Mountaineer Train. From start to finish, every detail of our 10-day adventure was all-inclusive and arranged by Holiday Vacations. […]

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Engagements – August 20, 2009

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Spindler-Mathis Stephanie Spindler and Jon Mathis of Chicago will wed on October 10, 2009. The future bride is a graduate of Rockford High School and Central Michigan University. The future groom is a graduate of Livonia Stevenson High School and Western Michigan University. Both are graduates of Oakland University. Parents of the couple are Paul […]

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Ashleys thank family

We would like to thank our children and grandchildren for all their effort in planning and coordinating to make our 50th anniversary open house a truly awesome event. Thanks to all our family, friends and neighbors who came to join us in celebration. We are so blessed by God. Gene and Vera Ashley

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Enjoy Free carnival at West Cannon Baptist Church

EXCITING—At last year’s free family carnival at West Cannon Baptist Church, children get an up-close look at a Cannon Township fire engine.

  For the third consecutive year, West Cannon Baptist Church is offering a free family carnival. Last year’s event was held for two hours on a Wednesday evening when over 300 families enjoyed 16 games with prizes, and nine large inflatables including Mountain Climb, Bungee Run, Velcro Wall, Ball Pit, Boxing, Bounce House, and others. […]

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Annual run, picnic and auction draws record runners, breaks fundraising best

  “It was a banner year,” Sandy Peterson said of the 2009 Mitchell’s Run Thru Rockford. In its eleventh year the annual event blew away last year’s top number of runners and walkers with an increase of about 400 to a best-ever 1,800 participating. The total amount raised for Project Parent Muscular Dystrophy was another […]

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