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Holiday delight!!!

Holiday delight!!!

By Saline Eagle Media | Photos by Terry Owings The 40th Annual Saline Christmas Parade was even larger this year. Grand Marshall Leslee Niethammer, Director of the Saline District Library, led the parade of more than 1,600 participants. Crowds gathered to see the line-up of over 20 floats, dancers, performers and bands. The 338th US […]

Author brings history and writing lessons

Author brings history and writing lessons

By Joyce Ervin Fourth-grade students at Heritage Elementary School were pleased to have the award-winning author of “Between the Lines”, Claudia Whitsitt, visit and share a brief history and writing lesson. With her book set in the racially-charged aftermath of the 1967 Detroit riots, Whitsitt’s presentation included background information on the Civil Rights Movement and […]

Student of the Month: Caden Jarvey, 6th grade

Student of the Month: Caden Jarvey, 6th grade

By Saline Eagle Staff The Saline Area Schools December Student of the Month, Caden Jarvey, attends Saline Middle School. He is currently in the sixth grade. Since moving to the Middle School, Caden is really enjoying the extra freedom it provides. Another of his favorite things about the Middle School is the lunches, and he […]

Holiday fun for teens

Holiday fun for teens

By Joyce Ervin The Saline District Library has lots of fun planned for teens in December. Katie Mitchell, teen reference librarian said, “We will be getting ready for the holidays with our Holiday Lights program.”  The holiday event will take place on Wednesday, December 16 at 3 p.m. in the Brecon Room.  Registration is requested and you may register […]

Annual field trip taken to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Annual field trip taken to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra

By Saline Eagle Media Heritage Elementary fourth-grade students enjoyed an annual field trip that is part of the Educational Concert Series, which introduces children to classical music provided by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in the city’s historic Orchestra Hall. The concerts are geared for grades four through six and assistant conductor, Michelle Merrill, led teachers […]

‘Christmas on the farm’

‘Christmas on the farm’

By Joyce Ervin The Saline Area Historical Society will hold “Christmas on the Farm” at the Rentschler Farm Museum. The Saline Railroad Depot Museum will also be open Saturdays from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. on December 5, 12 and 19 with admission by donation. The 12-room depression-era farmhouse, now on the National Register of Historic Places, […]

SALINE COUNCIL HIGHLIGHTS

By Saline Eagle Media In November, the Saline City Council approved a plan to manage the “Charlie Burg” property on Maple Road north of Saline-Milan Road. The land is intended to become a wildlife sanctuary including a walking trail through the property and leading to Curtiss Park and Salt Springs Park. The council voted to […]

Sauerkraut to service

By Michael Charter For over 25 years the American Legion has offered sauerkraut dinners the second Thursday from October to May. The proceeds from these meals has not only satisfied the appetite of Saline, but has also helped fund some Saline students to attend the national organization, Boy’s State. Boy’s State and Girls State, funded […]

Two farm girls near Saline have their day at photo studio

Two farm girls near Saline have their day at photo studio

By Martha Churchill These cute little girls were dressed up in their best outfits for their photo session in Ann Arbor. They were the daughters of Henry and Christine Henzler Goltz, who married in 1899. Notice both girls are wearing shiny boots that lace up tightly above their ankles. The dresses have a lot of […]

Craft show draws in crowd

Craft show draws in crowd

By Saline Eagle Media Driving north from Michigan Avenue it wasn’t long before one noticed the droves of people walking along the street. They seemed to be coming from every direction heading to the school. Many parked and came on the free shuttle. There was a line of cars searching for a parking spot as […]

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