Dr. Luman Strong, who has been with the Chelsea School District since 1997, has been named the new North Creek Elementary School principal. Strong has been an assistant principal at Chelsea High School for the last four years and new Superintendent of Schools Julie Helber and an interview team determined that he was the best […]
By Lisa Carolin (Chelsea Update is running a series of stories on businesses in Chelsea beginning with those that belong to the Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce.) Edward Jones opened its first office in Chelsea 20 years ago, and lifelong Chelsea resident Michael O’Quinn has worked as a financial advisor there for the past eight […]
(Chelsea Update would like to thank Joe Ewald for the information in this story.) Chelsea High School golfer Ben Otto was named to the Division 2 Golf, All State Team. In addition, he was recently named Ann Arbor News area Player of the Year. “Ben had a great season, and his play was very deserving […]
The Chelsea Farmers Market takes place each Saturday at the Palmer parking lot from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Chelsea Update is profiling vendors at the Chelsea Farmers Market. Robin Hills Farm is beginning its first partnership at the June 25 market. Their vegetable manager Bee Ayer and two partners are the owners of Get Down Farm, […]
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Here’s a map of the Werkner Road detour for folks who travel on this road. As reported yesterday, work is slated to begin Monday for M-52-Werkner Road roundabout project, which is scheduled to be completed by the end of August.
By Lisa Carolin Going back to school can be a tough transition for kids, but the transition from school to summer camp is usually seamless. That was in evidence at Chelsea Community Education’s Camp Gabika, which kicked off its third summer season on June 20. Dozens of kids and counselors began the day with gardening […]
By Lisa Carolin When Sable, the black Labrador retriever “reading dog” visited North Creek Elementary School recently, 6-year-old Albert Wiseley decided, “I want to read to Sable.” He and his sister Greta, 5, and their mom, visited the Chelsea District Library on June 17 to do just that. Sable, who is also a therapy dog, […]