01-31-2019 50th Wedding Anniversary for Terry & Diane Tibbs; Watervliet Township moving forwa

Sweetheart Banquet to benefit Pat Rosier heart transplant Hartford Federated Church (HFC) will be hosting a Sweetheart Banquet Saturday, Feb. 16 at 6:00 p.m. The goal of the evening is to enjoy a meal, a Bible based game, and message as we support a woman in our community with this serious medical need. Pat Rosier is a resident of Hartford and in need of a heart transplant. HFC is providing the catered meal and 100% of the $10 ticket price will be donated to Rosier’s transplant fund. Tickets are available through the church office; call 269-621-4521 or email hfcbible@gmail.com Anyone may also give directly to this cause by sending a donation to National Foundation for Transplants – Michigan Transplant Fund in honor of Patricia Rosier, 5350 Poplar Ave. Ste. 850, Memphis, TN 38119.

50th Wedding Anniversary for Terry & Diane Tibbs

Terry and Diane Tibbs of Harford celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a party at the Fairfield Inn in Watervliet hosted by their children. Their children are Kevin (Cindee) Tibbs and Brian (Heather) Tibbs. They have three grandchildren, Alyssa, Hailey and Merrick and another one expected in July. Terry Tibbs and the former Diane Smith were married December 14, 1968 at her parent’s home in Watervliet. Terry is retired from Special-Lite in Decatur. Diane is employed part-time at Miller Thermometer Company in Hartford. Terry is a U.S. Navy veteran.

Watervliet Township moving forward with medical marijuana opt in action

By Annette Christie Watervliet Charter Township Trustee Joe Stepich, who also sits on the township’s Planning Commission, informed the township board at their meeting on Monday, Jan. 21 that a road trip will take place to two different types of medical marijuana facilities as they continue their work on a Medical Marijuana Ordinance. Township officials are moving forward with allowing medical marijuana in the township and are still working out what kind, how many, and what size. Stepich said that the tours will be for information gathering only. “We still have a lot of qu