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Thursday, 2013 Oct 10th
Residents can learn more details about the 10-year, 18-mill non-homestead renewal during community forums Oct. 28, 29 and 30.
Wednesday, 2013 Oct 09th
Saline Mayor Brian Marl invited community residents to an informal dinner and small-group discussion next month.
The dinner will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m., Nov. 6, at Mangiamo Italian Grill, 107 W. Michigan Ave.
National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists, Commended Students and National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholars were recognized Tuesday.
Liberty Club is a day program for adults, 26 and older, with disabilities. The program helps keep people connected with their community.
A gathering of family and friends will be held following the service and will take place at the Stone Arch, Arts and Events at 117 South Ann Arbor Street Saline, MI, from 5 to 8 p.m.
Tuesday, 2013 Oct 08th
Rohan Garg's second period rebound goal powered Saline to a 1-0 win over Ann Arbor Huron and at least a share of the Southeastern Conference men's varsity soccer title Tuesday night.
The Saline Area Players performed Sunday in the big barn at the Rentschler Farm Museum. The performance, directed by Patti Ringe, was one of several activities held during the Saline Area Historical Society's Harvest on the Farm celebration.
Performing in the musical revue were Tess Carichner, Wendy Fritz, Gary Glover, Fred Lupton, Maggie Lupton, Annette Manuell, Emily Manuell, Maddie Ringe, Mary Rumman, Gilbert Warila and Claudia Roullier.
Here's a quick recap of Monday's Saline City Council meeting.
Monday, 2013 Oct 07th
In what has become a tradition, the Saline Area Players are once again gearing up for their holiday show at Stone Arch Arts and Events. This will be the fifth year that SAP has presented a show there, the same weekend as the traditional holiday parade. It’s become a yearly event for area families. This year’s play is entitled “Silent Night: The Real(ish) Story.”
A dreary, rainy day never kept a farmer from tending to his field. Nor does it ruin a day on the Rentschler Farm.
Organizers say the Saline Area Historical Society's Harvest on the Farm event enjoyed solid attendance Sunday at Rentschler Farm Museum.
The lap pool will remain closed for several more days. The pump went out on Friday. Without the pump we have no filtration or chlorination of the water and therefore cannot operate without it. This piece of equipment is not something that is kept in stock by anyone. We have called all over the country looking for one. We have three companies getting back to us on how fast they can custom build and ship one to us. Once we have it in the building it will be a few more days until it is completely installed and the water chemicals are back where they need to be in order to safely open.
Sunday, 2013 Oct 06th
City council meets for a work session at 6 p.m. and regular meeting at 7:30 p.m.
This event is free and will feature reenactments of a typical day in the school by Saline Area Schools drama club students led by Rebecca Groeb-Driskill at 1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m
Saline's eighth grade volleyball teams were queens of the court at the SEC Eighth Grade volleyball tournament. Saline's gold team won the gold bracket and the blue team won the blue bracket.
Saline beat Bedford in straight sets to win the gold bracket championship.
Saline Earns Nine Medals in Grand Rapids before hosting the Inaugural Fast and Furious Ford Lake regatta On October 5, 2013
The Saline Area Historical Society’s Harvest Time Festival takes place Sunday, Oct. 6 from noon to 5 p.m. at the Rentschler Farm Museum,
Saline was undefeated six matches, defeating H.H. Dow in the championship to win its own tournament Saturday.
Saline was down 24-22 in the opening set of the championship but came back to win 27-25. Saline controlled the second set from beginning to end, winning 25-16.
After losing to Bedford Tuesday, Saline coach Kenny Seiler he wanted his team to stay focused and intense during the entire tournament.