September 9 2010

Youngsters find first geocache at Squire

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On a beautiful afternoon on Friday, August 6, Logan Lovall, 8, and sister Ava, 4, found their first-ever geocache at the Rockford Squire newspaper. Free since 1871 is the name of the cache and refers to the age of the business and that we are a free publication. The geocache is free, too. Ava is putting in a coin and taking out a pretty ring. Our cache is small, the size [...]

The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon

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NKSC donations now qualify for Michigan tax credit The Michigan Treasury Department works year round. It may be a slimmed-down version compared to the tax season, but those working seem to be working hard. Those of us in the professional tax business see evidence of their efforts from time to time. Usually a taxpayer will receive a letter or some correspondence from [...]

Eva Hammerlind celebrates 90th Birthday

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On September 22, 2010 Eva Ilene (Wainright) Hammerlind will celebrate her 90th birthday. She was born September 22, 1920 in Grand Rapids. Eva was married to Arthur Hammerlind now deceased. Her children are Judy and Jim DeBruyn, Jan and Paul Willis and Ken and Gale Hammerlind. Their will be an open house for Eva on September 11 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Plainfield [...]

Shuitman’s celebrate 50th anniversary

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Bert and Linda Schuitman will be married 50 years on Thursday, September 9, 2010. They were married on September 9, 1960 at Bostwick Lake Congregational Church in Rockford. Their children are Scott and Dawn Schuitman and Susan and David Bilski of Rockford. Their grandchildren are Kari, Kevin (Kasie) and Kelli Schuitman, Amanda (Randy) Branderhorst, Andrew, Michael and [...]

Rockford Register — September 9, 2010

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Now–September 17 Fall Seedling, Shrub and Native Plant Sale—The Kent Conservation urges citizens to please consider beautiful Michigan native plants for landscaping projects. The fall 2010 catalog is available on the website at www.kentconservation.org. under the ‘Tree Sale’ tab. Please click on “Fall 2010” at bottom of the page to view/print the catalog, or [...]
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