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Lisa Allmendinger on July 26th, 2014

(Chelsea Update would like to thank Lion Keith Bloomensaat for the information and photos in this story and slideshow.) In this slideshow is Lion Keith Bloomensaat and Lion Ron Montange thanking Jackson Lion Marianne Behler for presenting a program about helping families to organize their thousands of photos. Lion Ron Montange thanks Chelsea resident Charlie [...]

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Lisa Allmendinger on July 24th, 2014

Beginning Aug. 1, Chelsea State Bank and SRSLY will kick off a joint Facebook contest. “As the local community bank, we believe when our families, schools, nonprofit organizations and businesses are strong, our communities are strong,” said President and CEO of Chelsea State Bank John Mann said in a press release. “Partnering with SRSLY and [...]

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Lisa Allmendinger on July 23rd, 2014

Chelsea District Schools voters should find two incumbents and two newcomers running for school board on the November ballot, according to an unofficial list provided by Washtenaw County. With four seats open, two 6-year terms and two 4-year terms, two current board members Jon Bentley and Sally Devol chose not to run for re-election. Running [...]

Continue reading about Four candidates, 4 seats in Chelsea Board of Education election

(Chelsea Update would like to thank Matt Pegouskie for the information in this story.) The City of Chelsea is a recipient of a $377,285.29 grant from the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) and the Michigan Fitness Foundation (MFF) for safer routes to walk and bike. Among the improvements will be: Install and update sidewalks [...]

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ERichardson on July 17th, 2014

(Chelsea Update would like to thank Troop Leader Nicole McMichael and Assistant Leader Ellen Neesen-Bosscher for the photos and the information in this article). Besides being really cool, owls are important to our environment. They make great backyard friends and they don’t even eat the birdseed. Their call or hoot is lovely to hear in [...]

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Lisa Allmendinger on July 16th, 2014

Photo and Story by Lisa Carolin As the middle of summer break rolls around, Chelsea School District Superintendent Andy Ingall is hoping that of the 44 packets sent to potential students, all of them lead to new enrollments in the district this fall. At the July 14 Chelsea Board of Education meeting, Ingall said that [...]

Continue reading about Chelsea Board of Education hires Daniel Rhodes as new phys ed teacher

Lisa Allmendinger on July 11th, 2014

Did you know that you can help Chelsea Education Foundation (CEF) every time you shop online? The free and easy iGive.com Button makes it simple to support lifelong learning in Chelsea. The average iGive member generates $30-$100 per year for charity, and 1,482 stores make this possible because they want you to like them and [...]

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A new fiscal year began for the Chelsea School District at the beginning of July and that means working with a new budget. The Chelsea Board of Education held a budget hearing on June 23, followed by a board meeting in which it unanimously approved the preliminary budgets for the 2014-2015 school year. Teresa Zigman, [...]

Continue reading about Chelsea School District uses about $578,000 in fund equity for 14-15 budget

Members of the Chelsea High School football team spent several days in late June in Ypsilanti working on a Habitat for Humanity home last week. According to Habitat staff, “The guys were awesome and got a ton done on the house. I hope everyone had a great time, and hopefully we can make this an [...]

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By Lisa Carolin Representatives of the Chelsea District Library made a special presentation to the Chelsea Board of Education and its meeting Monday, June 23, to make the case for a library millage that residents will vote on Aug. 5. According to a document available from the library in support of the millage, “The library [...]

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