Rubber Duck and Chess in Hall of Fame

11/07/2013 adminLP

The venerable, ancient game of chess and the whimsical rubber duck were inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame in Rochester, New York, today. The honorees were selected from a field of 12 finalists […]

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Simultaneous Chess Exhibition

11/05/2013 adminLP

Michigan FIDE Master Seth Homa will give a simultaneous chess exhibition in Hartland on December 9 and the public is invited to participate. Seth is currently one of Michigan’s highest rated players and has a […]

Nature Camp Scholarships

07/12/2013 adminLP

 Full Scholarships to Spirit of Alexandria Nature Camp Available  30 third,  fourth and fifth graders who have a strong interest in nature have a chance to go to camp for free at Howell Nature Center […]

Michigan Covered Bridge Tour

06/02/2013 adminLP

Covered bridges, for many people, are curiosities of a past era. For those old enough, they represent nostalgia from their youth. Others, see them merely as antiquated historic artifacts. One thing is for sure, many people are not aware of these treasures in their own backyard. […]

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Pitch, Hit and Run

04/03/2013 adminLP

Pitch, Hit & Run is the official skills competition of Major League Baseball, designed to provide youngsters with an opportunity to compete, free of charge, in a competition that recognizes individual excellence in core baseball/softball skills. Competitors […]

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Summer Camp Open Houses

03/04/2013 adminLP

It can be difficult helping your child make summer camp choices. Fortunately, parents in Livingston County have lots of options, and some of the camps even offer an opportunity for families to visit ahead of […]

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