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Monday, 2013 Jan 28th
Whether it was a 5K run, the firemen's chili, or fun with friends and family, Winterfest offered the community many ways to enjoy a beautiful winter day in Saline.
Sunday, 2013 Jan 27th
The Foundation for Saline Area Schools annual winter fundraiser at Lake Forest Golf Club features a strolling dinner, music, games a live auction and guest appearance by Detroit Lion Tony Scheffler.
Here's The Saline Post's gallery from the Saline High School hockey team's win over Chelsea.
Here's the Saline Post photo gallery from Saline Winterfest 2013.
Click any photo to begin the slideshow.
Saturday, 2013 Jan 26th
Here's your schedule of events for Saturday's 3rd Annual Saline Winterfest, which takes place in downtown Saline and at Henne Field.
Friday, 2013 Jan 25th
Monroe battled back from a 10-point deficit, but Saline righted the ship in the fourth
to improve to 7-4.
Saline's varsity team improved to 7-6 this season.
No other school in Michigan had more than three finalists for the MHSAA Scholar-Athlete Award.
Gretchen Driskell will serve on the Commerce Committee and Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, while Adam Zemke will serve on House Appropriations.
The recent shootings at an elementary school in Newtown, CT have reminded us that we need remain focused on how best to protect children in our schools. All children have the right to go to school and learn in a safe and nurturing environment. Educational research shows that learning is enhanced when children feel safe in a healthy school environment.
Rather than debate the merit of retooling an old school for an arts center, participants brainstormed what a successful arts and culture center looks like.
Bring old hats, scarves, pipes, carrots and anything else you can think of to decorate snowmen at Henne Field Saturday.
Thursday, 2013 Jan 24th
Saline defeated Dexter and Monroe Wednesday night.
More homes sold in 2012, and they sold for higher prices.
Produce and specialty items include winter squash, potatoes, onions, carrots, cabbage, brussel sprouts, meat, eggs, coffee, tea, honey, maple syrup, jams/jellies…even hot oatmeal and vegetable soup, plus so much more. Yummy baked goods are plentiful...handmade pretzels are back this week. We have all kinds of hand-crafted items as well as soaps, lip balms and the list goes on and on. Come do your grocery shopping and maybe even gift shopping with us. Remember to shop for Valentine’s Day (not far away). We have an abundance of chocolate and sweet goodies.
Boysal loves to help others. Even as a middle school student, peers voted to give her the "Helping Hands" award.
Saturday's Winterfest 5k moves north of Michigan Avenue and utilizes the new non-motorized path near the library.
The community is encouraged to attend a public forum to discuss the possibility of using the shuttered Houghton Elementary School as an arts and culture center.
The first of two public forums takes place at 7 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 24 at Stone Arch Arts & Events, located at 117 S. Ann Arbor St.
The forum is being held by the Saline Arts and Culture Committee. According to member Nancy Byers, the committee is just starting a conversation.