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PAGE 4                                                         ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS OF MICHIGAN                                          January 10, 2019


        Winner of Three Cities Club art show named

           Three Cities Art Club has   respectively.                                             ”                                   Westland Mayor William Wild
        named the winners of the 7th     First place in the Photography                  It was truly an honor                     selected Haunted Eyes by Jon
        Annual Open Call for Artists   category was awarded to Megan                                                               Lange as winner of his $100 Wild
        Exhibition at the Westland     Daugherty for Retrospection;                       to have been part                        About Art Award.
        Gallery at City Hall 2018-2019.  second  place    to   John                     of this wonderful show.                      The major sponsor of the
        Juror Jean-Paul Aboudib select-  Middlestead for Window to the                                                             show was Dr. Amanda Apfelblat
        ed 60 pieces from 81 entries to be  Grand Tetons; third place to The                                                       of Michigan Chiropractic along
        exhibited and, as judge, selected  Climb by Megan Daugherty and  which transcended them to  and commanding presence as I   with sponsors Sharon Lee
        several artist's works of art for  honorable mentions to Chicago  award winning caliber art,”  found myself intransigently  Dillenbeck of D&M Art Studio
        awards.                        by Allen Brooks and Desert     Aboudib said.                 attracted to the vortex of her  and Arie Leibovitz of Ari-El
           In the Drawing, Painting and  Driftwood by Gwendolyn Roth.   “While all the work in the  gaze.                          Enterprises, Inc.
        Mixed Media category first place  The prizes included cash hon-  show was tremendous and a     “The first place photo        The winning art will remain
        went to Alga Washington for her  orariums of $150 for first place,  delight to be a part of, the first  embarked on a story of fragment-  on exhibit through Jan. 24, at
        work, Cause She Said So; second  $100 for second place, $50 for  place winners held a special  ed ideas and a perceived stream  Westland Gallery at City Hall
        place was awarded to Kay       third place and $30 gift certifi-  place in my heart. Both of these  of consciousness. It wove a tale of  located at 36300 Warren,
        Masini for Aztec Chief; third  cates to D&M Art Studio for hon-  pieces articulated a narrative  a phantasmagorical landscape  Westland, Michigan 48185.
        place went to Tim O'Keefe for  orable mention.                woven from a creative place of  bound only by the constraints of  For more information or to
        Winder Morning and Peggy         “The first place winners in  artistic integrity and conceptual  the human imagination.    purchase a piece of art, contact
        Kerwan and Sharlene Welton     both photography and general   fortitude.                       “It was truly an honor to have  Marilyn Meredith at (313) 231-
        earning honorable mentions for  media possessed unique and      “The figure painting confront-  been part of this wonderful  3939 or via email at marilyn-
        Shoes in the City and Homestead  attention arresting sensibilities  ed me with the subject's attitude  show,” Aboudib said.
        Paramedic injured                                                Area mourns death of Karen Norton

        in ambulance crash                                                                             Memorial services for Karen  Mary School in Wayne and

                                                                                                                                    Mrs. Norton is survived by
                                                                                                     Saturday, Jan. 12 at the Harry J.
           A paramedic from Huron      intersection when the collision                               Ann Norton are planned for   Western Michigan University.
        Valley Ambulance was critically  occurred, according to police. “A                           Will Funeral Home in Wayne.  her children, PJ, Nancy (Martin
        injured while attending a patient  paramedic within the back (of                               Mrs. Norton was born Aug.  Garthwaite) Norton, Brian
        when the ambulance was struck  the ambulance) was critically                                 21, 1936 and died peacefully in  (Stephanie) and John; grand-
        by another vehicle last week.  inured with a head injury,” the                               her sleep Jan. 3, 2019. An active  children Patrick and Eric
           According to Michigan State  police report states.                                        businesswoman on her own,    Norton and Cole and Dylan
        Police reports, a Van Buren      Another ambulance was dis-                                  Mrs. Norton was the widow of  Garthwaite and siblings,
        Township firefighter was driving  patched to the scene and took all                          Patrick J. Norton, a former  Patricia, Kate and Mike.
        the ambulance while two para-  the injured to St. Joseph Mercy                               mayor and city councilman in   Services will begin with a
        medics attended to a patient suf-  Hospital.                                                 Wayne for 29 years. Mr. Norton  memorial gathering at noon
        fering a heart attack. As the    The heart-attack victim and                                 died in 2011 at the age of 76  and a memorial service at 4
        ambulance slowed at the inter-  the paramedic were reported in                               from   complications    of   p.m., at the funeral home, 34567
        section of Ecorse and Haggerty  critical condition during the                                Parkinson's disease. The cou-  Michigan Ave., Wayne.
        roads at about 1 p.m. Jan. 4,  weekend.                                                      ple had been married for 50    Memories can be shared
        “another motorist struck the     Police did not release any fur-                             years at the time of his death.  with the family at www.har-
        ambulance rolling (it) to its side.”  ther details regarding the inci-    Karen Ann Norton     Mrs. Norton attended St.
           The ambulance was in the    dent.
           Chorus rehearsals begin                                    Legislator named ‘assistant whip’

             The      award-winning    of choral music, for the         Newly-elected State Rep.    this the Michigan we all
           Belleville Community Chorus  enrichment, education, and    Kevin Coleman (D-Westland)    deserve,” he said.
           (BCC) under the direction of  enjoyment of their members   was named an assistant demo-     As assistant democratic
           Rachael Parr will begin     and audiences in the sur-      cratic whip for the 100th     whip, Coleman will be working
           rehearsals for the 13th season  rounding  communities,     Michigan Legislature. Coleman  directly with Democratic Whip
           at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14 at  according to organizers. The  is serving his first term repre-  Darrin  Camilleri   (D-
           First United Methodist      rehearsal is a practice for the  senting the 16th House District.  Brownstown Township) to
           Church, 417 Charles St.,    upcoming spring concert of       “I am honored to be chosen  build support for House
           Belleville.                 the group.                     to serve alongside several of my  democrats' legislative priorities
             The chorus is open to all   The chorus can always use    new colleagues and fight for  during the 2019-20 session.
           singers, whether new to the  a few helpful folks who would  the priorities of Michigan fami-  Before seeking state-level pub-
           group or those who have sung  be willing to help coordinate  lies,” Coleman said.        lic office, Coleman served as a
           with them in the past.      the organization behind the      “Making my community and    member of the Westland City
           Soprano, alto, tenor, bass, are  scenes, the organizers added.  the state of Michigan a better  Council.
           all welcome  to be part of the  For more information, con-  place to live and work has      He also spent several years
           group, organizers said.     tact Paula Pence-Poston at     always been a priority for me,  working in his community on
             The BCC is a non-profit   (734) 725-1425 or email to     first around my community,    the    Westland     Festival
           organization, made up of vol- or   then on the Westland City     Committee and the Westland
           unteers of all ages who love to  visit www.bellevillechorus.  Council.                   Veterans Association.
           sing.  They perform a variety  com.                          “I'm ready to dive in and do   He is a graduate of Western
                                                                      the necessary work to make    Michigan University.                          Kevin Coleman


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