3-D PRINTING at the Hartford Public Library: Pictured here is Eric Blocker, student at Hartford Middle School holding the item he created. The Library will host a 3-D Printer Demo Day Wednesday, Nov. 14 from 4 – 6 p.m. Learn how a 3-D printer works. Contact the Library at (269)621-3408 for more information.
Rep. LaSata will host office hours Monday at Mill Creek Charlies
State Rep. Kim LaSata invites local residents to join her for local office hours on Monday, Oct. 29. Office hours are an opportunity for people to address the representative face-to-face with any questions or concerns about state government. “I appreciate people taking time out of their busy schedules to meet with me,” said LaSata, of Bainbridge Township. “I cannot do my job effectively without speaking directly with local residents.” The meeting will take place from 9 to 10 a.m. at Mill Creek Charlies Restaurant, located at 3801 M-140 in Watervliet. No appointments are necessary to attend office hours. If you are unable to attend, but would still like to share thoughts or ideas with the representative, please contact her office at KimLaSata@House.MI.gov.
Ian Haight to co-host Town Halls with other Democratic candidates
Ian Haight, Democratic candidate for State Senate announced Town Halls to take place Oct. 25 in Benton Harbor and Oct. 30 in Niles. Haight will host the Berrien County Town Hall on Thursday, Oct. 25 in Benton Harbor from 7-9 p.m. at the Phoenix Coffeeshop with State Rep. candidate Joey Andrews (79th District). The Town Hall schedule will conclude with the Southwest Michigan Town Hall/ Community Potluck to be held Tuesday, Oct. 30 from 6-8 p.m. at the Bell Building in Niles with hosts Ian Haight and Dean Hill. Each town hall is free and open to the public. To learn more please visit facebook.com/ianhaightforsenate/events or call 269-588-1163. Ian Haight is an 8th generation Michigander and works as a technology specialist with Berrien RESA. For Ian, public service is not about partisanship; it’s about listening. Ian believes that fixing the mess in Lansing requires practical, bipartisan solutions that benefit everyone.
SUPER READERS CLUB is returning for another school year at Coloma Elementary! This is an opportunity to encourage young readers to practice their reading. When a student has practiced their reading and are fluent with a book or chapter, a teacher may nominate a student to be a Super Reader. When the student visits Mr. Klein, they get to wear a superhero mask and cape, read to him and take a Super Selfie! The printed picture is sent home with students to commemorate the special event. Their names including Maylee Whitley pictured here with Principal John Klein is then added to the Super Reader Club poster in the lobby. Last year over 100 students joined the Super Reader Club!