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Tuesday, 2019 Nov 19th
Once again this year the culinary arts students from the SWWC Culinary Arts program at Saline High School will be taking Thanksgiving orders for the holiday. This year they will be offering pumpkin pie, pecan pie, pumpkin roll, dinner rolls, cranberry sauce and a selection of Thanksgiving side dishes. Side dishes include:
Samantha Dobrowolski is one of the stars of the Saline High School Drama Club's production of 12 Angry Jurors.
She talks about the challenges of this role and tells us why she thinks people will enjoy the show.
Saline High School senior Hailey Garner will continue her competitive cheerleading pursuits at Siena Heights University, where Garner will study nursing.
Saline High School senior Samantha Woods realized a long-time dream when she committed to playing soccer at the University of Michigan. She plans to study psychology.
Saline senior Kaija Sydlowski is committed to West Liberty University, where she'll continue her volleyball pursuits and study graphic design.
The City of Saline is pleased to announce their second annual Job Fair & Community Showcase.
Saline senior Erin Reilly committed to the University of Michigan, where she'll continue playing field hockey and study graphic design.
Saline High School senior Lance Blaszak has committed to Northwood University, where he'll continue his baseball career and pursue an education in business and marketing.
Monday, 2019 Nov 18th
The City of Saline has hired Mike Greene as assistant city manager and community development director.
Greene, a 28-year-old native of Caro, Mich., is employed as manager of the Village of Three Oaks.
He begins the job in Saline on Dec. 16.
Friday, 2019 Nov 15th
On November 1st, The ChadTough Foundation officially opened an office. A real office. No longer will our staff meetings be held around the Carrs’ kitchen table. No longer will our other meetings need to be held at our homes, the Saline District Library, Relish Restaurant at The Kensington Hotel, or Brewed Awakenings. (Although I’m sure we’ll still be at Relish and Brewed Awakenings on a regular basis! Yum!)
A new pedestrian crossing and a recommendation opposing structural changes to the Washtenaw County Road Commission were approved during last week’s Pittsfield Trustees Board meeting.
Located inside of Liberty School 7265 N Ann Arbor St from 9am-noon every Saturday! Here is Saturday November 16th list of vendors!
Saline Area Senior Center
Marks Farm and Greenhouse
Four Corners Creamery
Shoreline Wild Salmon
Two Branch Ranch
Nirits Gluten Free Bakery
Sweet Creations by Michele
Spoiled Kitty Creation
Thursday, 2019 Nov 14th
The Saline High School Drama Club will present its fall production, Twelve Angry Jurors, by Reginald Rose, on November 22-23 at 7:30 p.m. and November 24 at 2 p.m. in the Ellen A. Ewing Performing Arts Center at Saline High School. Seating is general admission and tickets are $7 and are available at the door.
For the third year, Saline Area Senior Center has been holding a 50/50 raffle to raise funds for their Scholarship and Transportation Voucher Fund for low-income seniors in the Saline area. Last year's winner took home $1,569, which means they raised the same amount for their fund. This year, SASC has surpassed the goal of $1,700 and so far has raised $1,950 with 6 more days to go. You can help support those seniors in the area by purchasing a ticket at SASC, 7190 N.
Saline Area Players show opens in three weeks and they are now accepting ticket reservations! This show is a favorite featuring local talent and reserving your seats in advance assures you won’t miss this fun show! Tickets can be reserved by calling 734.755.6983 or emailing [email protected]. Everyone’s favorite classic holiday tale gets the fractured fairy-tale treatment where all the famous characters take on the roles of Dickens’s A Christmas Carol.
Wednesday, 2019 Nov 13th
The Board of Directors for Saline Area Social Service has selected Grace Dillon, Josh Finn and Olivia Helmer to serve as non-voting Student Representatives who will represent the voice and interests of Saline Students and will serve for the current academic year.
On a cold, snowy Monday evening the Saline Township Board listened to City of Saline Mayor Brian Marl and Washtenaw County District 3 Commissioner Shannon Beeman discuss two items of critical interest to the township.
Ethel Jeanette Fritts, age 97, passed away on Sunday, November 10, 2019 at the Linden Square Assisted Living Facility in Saline, MI. Ethel was born on July 18, 1922 in Howell, Michigan, the daughter of the late Arthel L. and Nellie J. (Smith) West. She married Harold W. Fritts on March 9, 1946 and he preceded her in death in March of 2000.
Over the years Ethel took care of many nieces and nephews, grandchildren, and neighbor children. She also loved to garden and was very talented at both flower and vegetable gardening.
Sunday, 2019 Nov 10th
Has Maple Road looked a little cleaner to you?
If so, thank a friendly local Rotarian.
The Rotary Club of Saline "adopted" a two-mile stretch of Maple Road, north of Textile, from the Washtenaw County Road Commission.
The spring cleanup netted 37 bags of waste. Since then, volunteers have collected another 11 bags of trash.
For more about the county's Adopt-A-Road program, click here.
For more on Saline Rotary, click here.