(Chelsea Update would like to thank Daniel J. Marthey for the information in this story.) Although Sounds and Sights on Thursday Nights has concluded for the season, that doesn’t mean that the free downtown fun has ended. Because SRSLY Cinema had to cancel one movie night due to bad weather, this Thursday, Aug. 20, ‘Dairy […]
(Chelsea Update would like to thank Bob Milbrodt and Daniel Marthey for the information in this story.) On Monday, June 29, the Chelsea Kiwanis Club will welcome representatives from SRSLY’s youth steering committee who traveled to the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America’s National Leadership Forum in Washington D.C. last February. SRSLY is a community coalition, […]
(Chelsea Update would like to thank Reiley Curran for the photos and information in this story.) Even a brief power outage couldn’t dampen the spirits or derail the work happening at the SRSLY coalition meeting on April 30 at St. Joe’s Mercy Chelsea hospital. With 51 youth and adults gathered for a productive evening, the […]
(Chelsea Update would like to thank Jesse Kauffman for the information in this story.) By the end of the day on Thursday, April 2 the SRSLY coalition finished distributing over 1,000 comic books to Chelsea students for March is Reading Month. For the last five years, SRSLY has been partnering with the Chelsea School District, […]
The SRSLY Duct Tape Fashion Show scheduled for tonight at Beach Middle School has been postponed due to the weather. A new date and time will be announced soon.
Story and photos by Lisa Carolin Some Beach Middle School students have been creating their own comic book pages since the new year began. They’re participating in a series of SRSLY workshops taking place on Mondays and Wednesdays at the Washington Street Education Center. Jerzy Drozd, cartoonist for CPTN SRSLY and the Super Master Sentinels […]
(Chelsea Update would like to thank John Knox for the photo and information in this story.) Reiley Curran, executive director of SRSLY, was a recent guest speaker at a recent Chelsea Kiwanis Club meeting. She gave an informative presentation on the accomplishments and activities of SRSLY and Joe Scheuring, club president, presented her with a […]
Members of SRSLY recently appealed to the Chelsea City Council to consider adopting an ordinance that would ban the sale of drug paraphernalia inside the city limits. The following SRSLY members presented to the City Council: Samantha Jabara, 12th grade Renae Kempf, 11th grade Rachel Valek, 11th grade Sean McGill, 8th grade Georgie Reynolds, 8th […]