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KHPS December Letter from the Superintendent

From: http://www.khps.org

Dear Friends,

As citizen leaders, individual school board members face complex and demanding challenges. They are often described as having the most important, yet most challenging, volunteer jobs in the country. School board members are just ordinary citizens with extraordinary dedication to our nation’s public schools.

Please recognize the vital contributions of our seven elected board members and the crucial role they play in the education of our children. Their job is to establish a vision for the education program, design a structure to achieve that vision, ensure that schools are accountable to the community and strongly advocate continuous improvement in student learning.

Made in Alpine Township

There is a lot of buzz about the Chevrolet VOLT as earlier this month it was named  Motor Trend's "Car of the Year".  Some anoint the VOLT as the first fully electric powered car in the world, but it is more likely that such was built right here in Alpine Township!

Tim Kidder at K & K Manufacturing, 951 9 Mile Road NW,  a leading supplier of parts for 107, 111, 113, and 190 chassis Mercedes Benz cars, last year created the first fully electric powered Mercedes 190 for a client in California

Silent auction, dinner to benefit Comstock Park School Foundation Nov 20

Over thirty trees decorated by local businesses and organizations have so far  been donated for the silent auction to be held on Saturday, November 20, 2010 6PM-8PM Comstock Park High School Cafeteria.  It's not like there is direct competition, but there are some organizations who are determined their tree will bring in the largest amount of revenue in the silent auction. 


Best Story Time Ever

The children at the Alpine Township Library were listening to stories, and getting prepared to go trick or treating at the Alpine Township Offices when the tornado warning was issued and the kids and parents had to find a safe place to wait out the severe weather; in the Township kitchen. 


William A. Burt Visits Alpine Township Historical Society

Last Sunday, the Alpine Township Historical Society was honored to have William A, Burt, a famous surveyer, as its guest speaker. Born in Worcester, Massachusetts ,Burt lived in Michigan from 1822 until his death in 1858. He was a member of the Michigan Territorial Legislature from 1826 to 1827. He served as Mount Vernon's first postmaster from 1832 to 1856. He was a Macomb County Circuit Court judge in 1833, a state legislator in 1853, and a deputy U.S. surveyor from 1833 to 1853.

Comstock Park Rotary Club Honors Martin D. Buth

The Comstock Park Rotary declared Friday Martin Buth Day and honored him and his family at a picnic at Wahlfield Park.  Martin Buth recently celebrated his 93rd birthday.  He is the only surviving charter member of the Comstock Park Rotary Club and a past president of the organization.  Marty has served his community in many capacities, including as a member of the Planning Commission and Board of Trustees of Plainfield Towhship, the Michigan House of Representatives, and the Kent County Board of Commissioners. READ MORE