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J&A Surplus LLC

If you are looking to get some “good gear cheap,” you might want to check out the new military surplus store in the area. J&A Surplus LLC is owned by Joe Hondalus and opened in February on M-46 (19499 Howard City-Edmore Rd) across from Burley Park in Howard City.

J&A carries military surplus items and hunting and camping gear, cold weather gear, boots, mickeys and bunnies. Hondalus says his business is unique here. “Nobody in the local area carries these types of products,” he noted. And the prices are good, too.

“Good gear cheap is our motto because it’s military surplus and we can sell it cheap,” he said.

Hondalus said he hopes to expand the building and continually bring in more products, such as military items from other countries. He also hopes to eventually have a website.

Stop in and check out the new store today! Hours are Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday noon to 5 p.m. Closed Tuesday. For more info call (616) 485-2423.

North Kent Cash Outlet

Looking to sell something for some quick cash? Need to buy a pre-paid cellular phone? You might want to check out the new North Kent Cash Outlet, located at 4763 14 Mile Rd, Rockford.

The store, just opened this year by Scott and Alice Clevenger, buys, sells and trades almost anything of value. “We’re not your ordinary pawn type shop,” they explained. “The store is clean and organized, and we have both new merchandise and resale goods.”

They have a good selection of new and used jewelry, are gold buyers, and offer prepaid cellular phones. Currently customers get a free DVD with the purchase of an unlimited pre-pay plan.

Stop in Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. or Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 696-PAWN (7296) for more info.

Toastmasters chapter celebrates three member awards

North Kent Community Toastmasters is pleased to announce the following club awards:

Lynne Bradley-Horan, of Sparta, and nine-year member of Toastmasters International, has earned the title Distinguished Toastmaster, the highest education award available through Toastmasters International.

Angela Klinkse, of Belmont, and B.B. Van Sant, of Rockford, each earned their “Competent Communicator” Award for completing their first 10 Toastmaster speeches.

Awards were presented at a recent Toastmasters meeting in Rockford.

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