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Northview Public Schools planning for Black Out Pediatric Cancer event

Northview Public Schools is encouraging the community to participate in "Black Out Pediatric Cancer" day on October 8th.

The district's website describes the day as "a time when all of our students and community can come together to celebrate the health of our students and help those who are less fortunate and are experiencing trial in their life with Pediatric Cancer."

Northview public schools will be selling Black Out Cancer t-shirts to be worn at the high school football game that night, along with Blackout 2010 wristbands.

The varsity soccer team and varsity football team will also be auctioning off black jerseys to raise funds.  All the money raised through the auction and the t-shirt and wristband sale will be donated to the DeVos Children's Hospital Pediatric Oncology Unit.

Grand Rogue Encampment coming to Belmont

If you drive on West River Drive west of Northland, you will see a small sign announcing that there will be an historic encampment coming on September 18th and 19th.

The Grand Rogue Campground at the confluence of the Rogue and Grand Rivers will host the living history weekend event, sponsored by West Michigan Living History.

According to the group's website, "At the Grand Rogue Encampment, history buffs from all over the Midwest, wearing authentic period clothing and living in period shelters, will present programs throughout the weekend.  Activities will include musket and cannon firing, men's and women's period fashion shows, and tactical demonstrations."

Activities will run from 10am to 5pm on Saturday the 18th and 9:30 to 4pm on Sunday the 19th.

Northview Senior Citizens

From: http://www.nvps.net

Join the seniors as they meet weekly at the Plainfield/Northview Senior Center located at 5255 Grand River Drive (just west of E Beltline). Christine Friedt is the program director. To get a complete schedule of classes and events, ask questions or sign-up, call 365-6150 or E-mail cfriedt@nvps.net

Upcoming Trips:
Cornwell’s Dinner Theatre in Turkeyville, MI presents “Smoke on the Mountain.” Set in the 1930s, this musical tale introduces the singing Sanders family who perform their traditional “Amazing Grace,” “I’ll Fly Away,” and bluegrass gospel songs. $69 pp. It’s on Wednesday, September 15. Call for details!

Attention: Northview Class of 1980

From: http://www.nvps.net


It’s reunion time on Friday, November 26, 2010 at English Hills Country Club (1200 4-Mile Rd. NW) from 6:30 p.m. – midnight. Save the date and spread the word! If you are interested in attending, please contact someone on the committee: ewells@steelcase.com (915-7924); cmanikowski@nvps.net (363-1419); bonnie.czu@gmail.com (575-8545); or pdame2002@yahoo.com (283-8121)

Northview High School Supercat Passes

The “SUPERCAT” pass provides admission to all home athletic contests at Northview High School for the entire 2010-11 school year with the exception of O.K. Conference and M.H.S.A.A. Tournaments. The cost of attending these events would easily exceed $200 for an individual, not to mention the cost for a family. Adult passes are $75. Student passes are $45. A family pass is $175 (maximum of six family members; additional $20 each). These passes will be on sale in the Athletic Office at NHS beginning August 23. Please make checks payable to the Northview Athletic Department.

Annual Plainfield Township Farmer's Market

From: http://www.plainfieldchartertwp.org

Stop in and see what our local Michigan farmers have for sale..and enjoy the tastes of the season. (corner of 5 Mile Road and Plainfield Ave - next to Fire Station #3)

June 15, 2010 – October 15, 2010
Times: Every Tuesday and Thursday 2:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Location: Frontline Church
Phone: (616) 364-8466

Back to School - Northview Public Schools Superintendent’s Comments

From: http://www.nvps.net/images/nvnewsaugust2010.pdf
By Dr. Michael Paskewicz, Superintendent

Ruth and I recently received two documents in the mail that made me think about the upcoming school year. The first was the summer tax statement. The second was the billing for our auto insurance. Both items could be found in most mail boxes in our community and both are indicators of why Northview is a great place for students. The summer tax bill has a large...

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