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‘Gray Lady’ of First Street to receive makeover Print
Written by Amy Mayhew
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Friday, June 28 2013

102 First Street, Holly.

HOLLY, Michigan - While John Lauve won’t be the man to give the 102 First Street home a total makeover, he will forever be credited – or blamed, for saving the three-story dilapidated structure from demolition.

Last November, Holly’s Downtown Development Authority (DDA) allocated approximately $23,000 to buy the property, and promptly deeded it to the village of Holly for the purpose of demolishing the home and potentially using the property for a 30-35 space parking lot.

In January, Lauve lobbied to save the historic home, calling it a “gem,” and telling council members its refurbishment would only enhance the “Mill Plaza” area. Council initially rejected Lauve’s pleas, and in February, condemned the “Gray Lady,” and prepared for demolition.

 
Radiant Sol offers tanning, sauna services, Red Light Therapy and more Print
Written by Amy Mayhew
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Tuesday, June 25 2013

Radiant Sol is located at 4048...

HOLLY, Michigan – Since opening the doors to her new business in 2011, Melissa Pelletier, owner of Radiant Sol tanning salon has continued to improve her business by offering more and more services at prices that simply cannot be beaten.

In addition to having seven tanning beds of varying intensities, sauna therapy, tech-applied airbrush tanning services, and 24/7 access to the facility available to approved customers, Pelletier has rolled out her newest service – red light therapy.

“Red Light Therapy is UV-free, is 100-percent safe, and is and FDA-approved,” Pelletier said. While the unit looks like a conventional tanning bed, red light therapy can be used to treat a myriad of conditions. “It cures everything from acne to rosacea, and it increases circulation for pain management to those who may be suffering from arthritis,” she said. “Most people use it because red light permeates your derma, and its an elastin and collagen rebuilder, so over time, it helps get rid of your fine lines and wrinkles.”

 
Holly American Legion announces 2013 Boy/Girl State participants Print
Written by Amy Mayhew
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Thursday, June 06 2013

HOLLY, Michigan - While many will be taking family vacations and spending time relaxing in the sun this summer, a few select Holly High School students will encounter a summer adventure they are soon not to forget.   Today, they’re eager, energetic and outgoing students at Holly High Schoo, but in the years to come, these individuals could become our future leaders making policy decisions in Lansing, Washington, and around the world.  A highly motivated group of seven students have been selected to participate in three different programs designed to educate them about life in public service.

Juniors Heidi Martin, Carly Postma, Grayson Shell, were selected to attend the 70th Session of the Michigan American Legion Auxiliary Girls State being conducted on the campus of Michigan State University in East Lansing June 17-23.  They will join other young ladies from across the state in learning about the functions of our government.  

 
Make today a Plow Day! Print
Written by Amy Mayhew
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Saturday, May 18 2013

Antique tractors of all sorts ...

HOLLY TOWNSHIP, Michigan – If you’re looking for some good old fashioned family fun this weekend, look no further than “Plow Days,” sponsored by Holly Township, and taking place on Saturday May 18  from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Holly Heritage Farmstead.


In addition to having vintage tractors, cars and trucks on display, visitors can enjoy a multitude of activities which include watching draft horses as they plow up the garden plot area, farm animals, old fashioned games for the kids, an artifact display from several local archeological digs, crafts, crosscut saw demonstrations, food, music and much more.

 
HHS student soars to the rank of Eagle Scout Print
Written by Amy Mayhew
( 1 Vote )
Wednesday, April 17 2013

Gerald "Alec" Senton

HOLLY, Michigan – Gerald “Alec” Senton has spent many of his 16-years bettering himself through the Boy Scouts of America program, earning the 26 badges and completing a detailed project to achieve the rank of Eagle Scout.

Last summer, Alec completed his chosen project – rebuilding Rose Pioneer Elementary School’s nature trail by mowing down years of overgrown grass, raking out and laying a weed barrier down the trail, discovering and restoring a lost fire pit area, and repairing the broken footbridges that the school’s Parent Teacher Organization put in several years prior. A member of local Scout Troop 43, Alex has also put in countless volunteer hours at his church, school, and serving in the kitchen of the Holland City Mission.

Alec Senton and his crew refur...

 
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