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Palmyra Masons serve Christmas meal to 190 at American Legion

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31st December

By Chad Hutchinson

The annual free Christmas dinner prepared by the Palmyra Masonic Lodge served over 190 meals this year, up from 140 meals served last year, according to Mason Dave Bailey.

Bailey said over 50 volunteers shared in the charitable holiday spirit in serving 18 turkeys, over 60 pounds of potatoes, six trays of dressing and 14 pies for the festive feast at the Blissfield American Legion Hall.

Copyright 2013, River Raisin Publications, Inc. For the complete story, please see the Jan. 2, 2013, edition of The Advance.

 

 


Palmyra Twp. OKs gas-oil lease

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31st December

By Melissa Burnor

The Palmyra Township Board approved a gas-and-oil lease with Savoy Energy at a special meeting Thursday , Dec. 27.

Steve DuPuie, landman from Savoy Energy, presented the township board with leases that had been reviewed by township attorney Frank Riley prior to the meeting. The township is leasing its oil-and-gas rights to property on Carleton Road. Savoy Energy is currently operating oil wells in the area.

One is on property in the vicinity of the property. DuPuie said that in order to drill horizontally from that site, the company was attempting to secure a wider area of leased property and the township’s parcel falls within that area.

“The lease does say there will be no wells drilled on the property,” Isley said.

Copyright 2013 River Raisin Publications, Inc. For the complete story, please see the Jan. 2, 2013, edition of The Advance.


Winter storm whitens area

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27th December

A swift-moving winter storm dumped four to five inches of snow on the area Wednesday, Dec. 26, causing slippery conditions that led to several accidents.

Snowy roads were a contributing factor when this pickup truck rolled over in the afternoon on Weston Road near Crockett Highway around 3:30 p.m.

The snowfall slowed in the evening hours and by morning Thursday, the combination of plowing and salt had main roads wet but navigable. Side roads remained snowy and slick in many spots.