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Happy Birthday


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KENNETH BECKER

 

December 9th is Kenneth Becker’s special day at at 99 years young! His family and friends want to wish him the best year ever and that we all love him very much!

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Happy Birthday RILEY LUTZKE


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Riley Lutzke will be turning one on November 26, 2014.

Happy Birthday, Son! Hope you have a wonderful day.

 

Love,

Daddy

 

Also wishing Riley a very Happy Birthday is Nona and Grandpa Bill.

We love you very much Buddy.

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Happy Birthday EDITH TISDEL


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EDITH TISDEL

May 7, 2014

 

A celebration of Edith Tisdel’s 98th Birthday was held on Sunday, May 4th at East Nelson United Methodist Church.

 

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GABRIELLE ANN HOWARD


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GABRIELLE ANN HOWARD

December 12, 1997

 

Gabrielle,

We can’t believe our little daughter and sister is already sweet sixteen.

Happy Birthday!

 

Dad, Mom, Brittany and Heather

 

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Virginia Connor


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Virginia Connor

Virginia Connor, formerly from Cedar Springs, will celebrate her 90th birthday on Saturday, July 27th. She is looking forward to enjoying the day with her family. Her family would like her friends to celebrate with a card shower. If you would like to send her a card, please send it to the following address: Virginia Connor, 2520 Lake Michigan Dr. Apt. 236, Grand Rapids, MI 49504

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Happy Birthday


C-Birthday-Alice-AllenFounder of The POST
Alice Allen

July 18, 2013

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Bob Maxwell – April 12, 1932


Friends of Bob Maxwell are invited to celebrate Bob’s 80th birthday on Sunday, April 22nd from 2 – 4 pm at Algoma Township Hall, 10531 Algoma NE, Rockford (SW corner of Algoma and 13 Mile Rd.) No gifts please.

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Happy birthday, Post!


By Post editor, Judy Reed

What were you doing, in July, 23 years ago, when the Cedar Springs Post was born? Some of the headlines for July 1988 included:

•    USSR launches Phobos II for Martian orbit
•    Sting performs first rainforest concert
•    Florence Joyner runs 100m in 10.49 seconds for world record
•    4 billion tv viewers watch Nelson Mandela’s 70th birthday tribute
•    Michael Dukakis selected as Democratic presidential candidate

Some people here grew up with the Cedar Springs Post, and don’t remember what it was like not to have their own hometown newspaper. The previous newspaper, The Cedar Springs Clipper, served the area well for over 100 years. Once it closed, the area relied on out-of-town newspapers for four years to publish only bits and pieces of Cedar Springs news, much like area newspapers do today. Then on July 28, 1988, Roger Allen, publisher of the Rockford Squire, rented out an office from Sipple TV, on 36 E. Maple Street in Cedar Springs, and started the great little newspaper you still have today—The Cedar Springs Post.

Roger’s daughter, Lois, took over operation of the paper, with her mother Alice, in 1989, and the paper has undergone changes in staff, style and adapted to the times. We started out as an all black and white newspaper, and slowly introduced color. We now have more color pages on a weekly basis than ever before, which means more room for color photos showcasing our community. We’ve also introduced technology for those who would rather interact with us through the computer. You can communicate with us by email, and we now have our website newspaper (cedarspringspost.com) and a facebook page. Both sites are interactive and we really like to see your questions and comments.

We’ve also recently introduced another product—an e-edition. The e-edition is a digital pdf copy of the paper that goes to print each week, complete with ads. This edition, which you can find a link to on our website, is for those people who might prefer to read our paper online, but want to see everything as it was published. It’s a good option for those who live in another city, state or country and don’t like to wait weeks to get their paper in the mail. This version is not interactive, however. It’s just an electronic version  of the paper copy. You can access the e-edition by going to our website (www.cedarspringspost.com) and clicking on e-edition. This version will be free for a limited time, and will eventually be added as a choice of something you can subscribe to. Please take a look, and let us know what you think of the e-edition, by email (news@cedarspringspost.com), by commenting on this story on our website, or posting on our facebook page.

On the down side, our newsroom and sales staff is the slimmest it’s ever been. And that is a reflection of the newspaper industry in general. We thank you, our readers, for your loyalty and willingness to step in and be citizen journalists from time to time. We love getting your photos and news about local events. And we thank our business partners for seeing the importance of supporting us, your local newspaper. Local businesses that advertise in the paper are what pays for the paper to be printed each week. We ask our readers to also thank them by shopping with them and letting them know you saw them in the Post!

One thing that hasn’t changed is our mission. We still try to deliver the news you can use each week. In addition to the regular “hard” news such as accidents and fires, where else will you find what size catfish Johnny caught, who won the spelling bee, what the women’s club did last week, and who was arrested for drunken driving? Nowhere! Because the other papers don’t care—but we do. This newspaper is about YOU. And it will continue to be about you as long as we’re here. Thank you for the opportunity to let us into your home each week, and we look forward to a new year of serving you.

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Joe Castine


Happy 24th Birthday

Joe (JoJo) Castine
July 14, 2011

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Happy 80th Birthday


Frances Hoxie!

Please join us in celebrating Frances’ 80th birthday on Saturday May 7th at 9378 – 120th (south corner of Newcosta and 120th) in Sand Lake from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.

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