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June 6, 2019                                                   ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS OF MICHIGAN                                                  PAGE 7

                           PLYMOUTH - NORTHVILLE

        Fire department promotes 2 to rank of lieutenant

           The    Northville    Fire   more than 26 years of fire serv-                                                            professional organization,” said
        Department has two newly-pro-  ice experience and was an                 The Northville City Fire Department               Fire Dept. Chief Steve Ott.
        moted lieutenants.             instructor at the Schoolcraft                                                                 The Northville City Fire
           Timothy Catalano and Jean   College Fire Academy for two                      serves the cities of                      Department serves the cities of
        “J.C.” Sicard officially celebrated  decades. During his tenure at            Northville and Plymouth...                   Northville and Plymouth and is
        their new ranks last month after  the academy, he helped train                                                             staffed by more than 50 part-time
        successfully completing a com-  many firefighters including sev-                                                           and paid-on-call personnel,
        petitive process that included an  eral who now serve in the cities  Northville. He has 21 years of  member of the Western Wayne  operating out of three stations
        application phase, an interview  of Northville or Plymouth.   fire service experience, includ-  Hazardous Materials Response  located in the two cities.
        and an oral board process where  Catalano earned his associ-  ing seven years in his native  Team and is also a member of    In their new roles, the lieu-
        officers from other fire depart-  ates degree in Fire Science and  France.                  the department training commit-  tenants will serve as front line
        ments questioned each of the   also serves on the Northville    He is also a certified fire  tee.                          supervisors in charge of person-
        candidates.                    Fire Department Training       instructor and is licensed as a  “The new lieutenants are    nel working at fires, emergency
           Catalano serves at Station 2 in  Committee.                fire inspector in the State of  helping make the Department a  medical service calls, and other
        the City of Plymouth.  He has    Sicard serves at Station 1 in  Michigan. Sicard serves as a  well-trained, hard-working and  incidents.

        Sale of annual Michigan Philharmonic Cruise Raffle tickets continues

           An exotic cruise close to   Lakes and the St. Lawrence                 ”                 Ontario and the St. Lawrence     This all-inclusive trip on the
        home awaits the winner of the  Seaway from Detroit to Quebec      Tickets for the raffle    Seaway, there will be ports of  Victory II, one of the newly-
        Michigan Philharmonic cruise   from Aug. 29 through Sept. 4.                                call at ports of Cleveland,    designed and stylish riverboats
        raffle this year.                Tickets for the raffle are $50  are $50 and only 400       Niagara    Falls,   Toronto,   on the Great Lakes, will carry
           For the past decade,        and only 400 will be sold.             will be sold.         Kingston, Montreal and Quebec  only 202 guests and a staff of 80.
        Michigan Philharmonic officials  Drawing for the winner takes                               City.                          Guests will savor regionally-
        have organized an annual raffle  place  at  the   Michigan                                     This area is rich in natural  inspired cuisine, and all wine,
        for a cruise and airfare for two  Philharmonic Patriotic Concert  to join the Michigan Phil Travel  beauty, geologic wonder and  beer and spirits are included as
        which has taken winners to Italy,  in Kellogg Park on Saturday,  Group on this trip. The price has  replete with Native American,  well as Wi-fi.
        Spain, Portugal, Greece, the   June 29, and the winner does not  been deeply discounted just for  British, French, and early  For more information or to
        British Isles and Alaska. This  have to be present. For more  this group on a deluxe small  American history, culture and  reserve space contact Kate
        year the cruise raffle prize is a  information or to purchase a raf-  ship - the Victory II - purpose-  tradition. Included in the cruise  Rosevear and ask for MicPhil
        10-day, all -inclusive, Riverboat  fle ticket, call the Michigan  built for service on the Great  itinerary are overnight stays in  Cruise, (734) 455-5810 or 1-800-
        cruise with a “little taste of the  Philharmonic at (734) 451-2112.   Lakes. Cruising the waters of the  Montreal and Quebec City -- the  874-6470 or email kate@travel-
        old world” cruising the Great    Tickets are also still available  Detroit River, lakes Erie and  Capital of French Canada.

           Plymouth ‘Shred Day’ is Saturday                                          Garden Walk tickets are now available

                                                                                        The Northville Garden Walk, spon-
             Plymouth Township and the City   or boxes when brought to shredding     sored by The Country Garden Club of   St., across from the clock.  Visitors can
                                                                                                                           enjoy live music by the Silver Strings
           of Plymouth will offer a shred day  but documents in plastic bags must    Northville, a branch of the Women's   Dulcimers and shop for unique gifts from
           for all residents of both communi-  be removed.                           National Farm & Garden Association,   Garden Artisans booths in the square.
           ties  from 9 a.m. until noon (or until  Residents must also provide       will take place from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.  Tickets for the walk are priced at $12 if
           the trucks are full) June 8 at the  proof of township or city residency   July 10                               purchased in advance and will be  avail-
           Plymouth Cultural Center, 525      which can be done with a driver's         This year the club members are high-  able beginning June 10 at Gardenviews
           Farmer St.                         license, voter ID card, water bill, or  lighting beautiful, private gardens to  ,117 E. Main St. or by mail order through
             Paper to be shredded will be lim-  property tax bill. Another shred day  inspire novice and master gardeners
           ited to five banker boxes on each  is set in Plymouth Township in         alike. The focus this year is, “The benefits  Tickets purchased the day of the walk
           trip although residents can make   September.                             of Native Plants in the garden”.      will be priced at $15 and will be available
           multiple trips throughout the morn-   For further information about          Visitors can register to win a gift bas-  at Gardenviews and at the Garden Club
           ing.                               the acceptability of other electronic  ket by identifying the “Mystery Flower”.   booth in Northville Town Square.
             Documents can be in paper bags   items, call (248) 991-4749.               This year, the walk will be staged at  For additional information visit
                                                                                     downtown Northville Square,150 E. Main or call (734) 451-5553.
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