The Blissfield Royals continued their undefeated season Thursday night by winning the regional crown with a dominating 57-25 victory over Detroit Consortia.
The Royals are looking to continue their winning ways in the state tournament next week in Whitmore Lake taking on Grosse Pointe Woods in quarterfinal action Tuesday, March 11. If they win there, it’s on to the Breslin Center for semi finals at Michigan State University, East Lansing.
Lenawee County Commission Chairman John Tuckerman (R), Blissfield, said Monday he does not plan on seeking a seventh term as the seventh district commissioner. Tuckerman was first elected in 2002 to the commission and is serving his fourth year as the chairman.
Tuckerman’s term expires Dec. 31. Anyone interested in seeking the seventh district commission seat must submit a completed petition to the Lenawee County Clerk by May 1 to be on the August primary ballot.
For the complete story, please see the March 5, 2014, edition of The Advance.
March is National Reading Month, and local elementary schools are encouraging students to turn off the television and turn the pages of a good book instead. Blissfield Elementary School is using a “Reading Fiesta” to show students that March “is Nacho ordinary month.”
Second-and third-grade students kicked off their reading activities this past Monday with custom canvas paintings featuring a Dr. Seuss quote of their choice.
Students worked under the guidance of BES teachers Sandi Porter and Christina Shearer to celebrate the 110th birthday of Dr. Seuss.
A few of the highlights among this month’s activities are:
March 7 — Visiting author Joe Kelley reading her children’s book “Pete the Popcorn”
March 11 — Family Reading Night at the school
March 14— Dress like your favorite book character
March 21 — Read in your pajamas at school March 26: Read an article in the newspaper
March 27 — … Read More »