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Mireille Prusak – April Artist of the Month at the Manchester Library

From the Manchester District Library Imaginative and artistic soul, Mireille Prusak, has been employed at Manchester District Library for three years. When not reading or working, Mireille dabbles in creative ventures including decorating, collecting art, herbalism, and writing. She has written a great number of short stories and is currently working on a full length […]

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Fresh Food Choices Abound! – Manchester’s CSAs

Where does your food come from?  Any clue?  Do you go to the large grocery store that promises fresh food or do you choose to support one of our surrounding farms and know that your food is fresh, possibly picked only hours before you shop? In Manchester, we are blessed to be able to have […]

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Easter Services for Area Churches

  Victory Baptist Church 419 South Macomb Street, Manchester MI  Fri., April 18 3:00 PM Good Friday service “Behold the Lamb upon the Cross” – a look at Christ our Passover Lamb Sunday, April 20 9:00 AM – Fellowship Breakfast 10:30 AM – Morning Worship: “Behold the Lamb upon the Throne” – a look at […]

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Teacher of the Month: Melissa Yekulis

This month we are excited to honor Ms. Yekulis as the Teacher of the Month.  Ms. Yekulis actually received TWO nominations this month and we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to recognize her.  Congratulations Ms. Yekulis.   1.  Submitted by Tracey Hock, parent Why does this teacher deserve to be recognized? How does this teacher make […]

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Deep Fried or Baked? It’s All Good at the Lenten Fish Fry

There’s a line out the door at Sharon United Methodist Church and there is fresh fish, french fries in the fryer, and friendly folks forging new friendships. It must be a Friday during Lent. This is the seventh year that the Manchester Area Friends has hosted these Lenten meals and each year the event becomes […]

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Manchester Voices Needs Your Input – Yes, You!

Manchester Voices would like your input on topics for community workshops. Manchester Voices has come up with a list of topic ideas, but would love to hear your ideas as well. Please take a moment to check off any of the topics already listed and write in ideas of your own. Click HERE to go to […]

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Sixth Grade School Project Turns Into A Life Lesson

It all began with a small article in the Scholastic Scope, an educational mini-magazine specifically designed for grades 6-8.  In the November edition, an article called “I Was Homeless” was published.  It was written from a young man’s perspective about living very comfortably until his family’s life was turned upside down and they lost everything. […]

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Meet Nia-Avelina Aguirre, N.D.

Nia-Avelina Aguirre has been a Naturopathic Doctor for over 30 years. No, I didn’t make that up, and neither did she. She is board-certified by the American Naturopathic Medicine Certification Board. I’ll admit, I’ve never been one to specifically seek out natural methods to cure common ailments. I didn’t grow up that way as a kid. […]

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Ciara Marie Kukalis Recognized by Sigma Alpha Lambda

Sigma Alpha Lambda, a national leadership and honors organization, recently announced that Ciara Marie Kukalis of Manchester, MI , has been recognized as a member at the Grand Valley State University.  Sigma Alpha Lambda is dedicated to promoting and rewarding academic achievement and providing members with opportunities for community service, personal development, and lifelong professional fulfillment. According to […]

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Inaugural Teacher of the Month: Joanna VanRaden!

Editor’s Note: Teacher of the Month is a new feature in the Manchester Mirror. Each Teacher of the Month will receive a certificate of excellence and an article in The Mirror.  Congratulations to Mrs. VanRaden on being the first honoree in this special series! Why does this teacher deserve to be recognized? How does this teacher […]