THIS “KUTE KID” is… Ada Olivia Henshaw, daughter of Kara & Taylor Henshaw of Vancouver, Canada. Her grand-parents are Cheryl (Hauch) and Bob Reinhardt of Richland, MI. She is the great-granddaughter of Jackie & Merlin Hauch of Watervliet. Share a photo of your “Kute Kids” with your friends, neigh-bors, and relatives who read the Tri-City Record. Make sure you write your kids’ names on the back of the picture and include any other information about it you would like to see in the pa-per, including mom and dad, grandma and grandpa, and so on. Send the “original” photo to the Tri-City Record, P.O. Box 7, Watervliet, MI 49098 or email it with your information to email@example.com. Pick up your photo after it ap-pears in the paper or include a stamped, self-addressed envelope and we will mail it back to you. Where are your “Kute Kids”?
Team Zoe bowling
fund-raiser this Sunday
On Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018 a bowling fund-raiser event is being held for Zoe Phillips at Coloma Lanes, 6025 Mountain Road, Coloma. The cost is $10 per person and includes two games and shoe rental.
Zoe is the daughter of Jason Phillips and Augustina Contraras of Hartford. She was originally diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma in August 2016. In Sept. 2017, Zoe had her last treatment and in November they were told her cancer had come back.
She has begun radiation and chemo and is awaiting acceptance for a clinical trial. Please help them ease the financial burden as they start medical treatment again. Keep sweet Zoe and her family in your prayers.
For anyone wishing to make a donation to the silent auction or to sponsor a lane for $25, or purchase tickets in advance, please contact Leah Dibble at 269-277-4771 or Sandy Burtchett at 269-207-8501.
MARSP- BCC announces scholarships available for students in college teaching programs
The Michigan Association of Retired School Personnel-Berrien County Chapter (MARSP-BCC) has $1,500 Dorothy Hawks Scholarships available for the fall semester of 2018.
These scholarships are available to current sophomores, juniors and seniors who have been accepted into the teaching program at their college or university. The students must be graduates of a Berrien County High School and attending a Michigan college or university. The candidate must have a “B” average.