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(Chelsea Update would like to thank Jan Varady for the information in this story.) On Palm Sunday, March 29, the congregation of St. Barnabas Episcopal Church will have a 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist service and the group invites you to walk in procession with them to honor and pray for the Chelsea community. They will [...]
By Crystal Hayduk Youth/teen librarians Edith Donnell and Jessica Schmidt presented information about library services to the Chelsea School District Board of Education at their meeting on March 23. The presentation focused on the coordination of services with the school district to better meet the educational needs of students. The Chelsea District Library sponsors Authors [...]
With event planning in full swing, the Chelsea Area Festivals and Events committee is busy raising funds to support Sounds and Sights on Thursday Nights. In addition, the committee held auditions on Monday night for this year’s entertainment. The free, open-air concert series is now in its 11th season, and kicks off June 4 and [...]
Chelsea Police Officer Rick Cornell and his wife Elizabeth Cornell, an officer in the Ann Arbor Police Department, will be riding in the Police Week Unity Tour this May to pay tribute to law enforcement officials who died while in the line of duty. Rick Cornell, 66, who is a motor officer, will be riding [...]
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