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Subscription winners!

This has been a great subscription drive! Thanks to all of you who took the time to either subscribe or give a donation. We really appreciate it! While this was the last week to be entered in our contest for great prizes, you can always subscribe anytime for only $25 per year. Fill out the entry form on this page and mail, or subscribe through our website (www.cedarspringspost.com) using Paypal. We will also take a credit card over the phone.
If you were a winner in our contest and have not picked up your prize, it will go into the “second chance” drawing after next week, so give us a call or come in and pick up your prize.
This week’s winners are:
*Jill and Jerry Johnson, of Solon Township, won a large one-topping pizza from Hungry Howie’s on the corner of Main and Muskegon Streets in Cedar Springs.
*Debbie and Terry Avery, of Sand Lake, won a hat and keychain from Tri County Body, in Sand Lake.
*Mark and Shari Andrus, of Nelson Township, won two movie passes to the Kent Theatre in Cedar Springs.
Winners must pick up their prizes HERE at the Post within 7 days or the prize will be awarded to someone else. We are open from 9-5 Monday through Friday. Please call 696-3655 to make other arrangements.
Thanks so much to the businesses partnering with us in this drive! Be sure to thank them.
*Subscribers are assigned a number, and then chosen at random through a computer website, www.random.org.

Thank you to this week’s subscribers!

Burt & Wanda Drent
Shirlee & Donald Wollander
Toni Barnhill
August & Arlene Wesche
David & Janis Malmo
Stephen & Terri Lewis
Kyle & Linda Westphal
Denise Bremmer
Halden & Denise Babcock
Robin Shotko
Stephen & Helen Smith
Todd & LeeAnn Kolasa
Timothy & Susan Wolfe
Christina Oddy

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Continued success for local wrestling club

Pursuit wrestling clubWest Michigan Pursuit is seeing continued success with 11 of the 17 wrestlers they traveled to Forest Hills Central with come home with medals.  Coaches Andrus and Lewis of the Cedar Springs High School wrestling team know that championship high school teams are born from strong youth teams.  Opening a year round training center targeting area youth seemed to be the logical thing to do, and Andrus and Lewis had discussed it many times over the years before it came to fruition.  Not only does it give the kids an opportunity to train during the off season, they have the added benefit of developing a working relationship with their future high school coaches long before they reach high school.  If West Michigan Pursuit continues to churn out winners the way it has so far this season, I suspect a state championship like the one the Red Hawks saw in 1994 is not too far off in the future.

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