2017-03-16 / Columns

Crawl features green beer

By BILL THOMPSON
Phone 334-4486


SUTTONS BAY Schools celebrated its ninth annual Pi-Day Tuesday. Students wore “Pi-Dye” shirts designed by the Advanced Placement calculus students. Math classes learned about the history of Pi. High School students visited elementary classrooms and lead them through various Pi-related activities. Lunch time activities included a pie eating contest won by Cesar Ramirez with a time of 12.77 seconds. SUTTONS BAY Schools celebrated its ninth annual Pi-Day Tuesday. Students wore “Pi-Dye” shirts designed by the Advanced Placement calculus students. Math classes learned about the history of Pi. High School students visited elementary classrooms and lead them through various Pi-related activities. Lunch time activities included a pie eating contest won by Cesar Ramirez with a time of 12.77 seconds. If you didn’t set your clocks ahead, you’re late and will have to stay an hour later.

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Very little going on this time of year, but on Friday the St. Patrick’s Day, the annual Glen Arbor Pub crawl which will begin at Arts Bar at 4 p.m. and crawl from there and then crawl back to Arts where music will begin at 6 p.m. I’m sure that the odor of corned beef and cabbage will be wafting through the air all over town.

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Congratulations Glen Lake School basketball teams, stay tough.

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The snow is going away and the weather is supposed to be clearing up. One sign of spring is the Little Free Library in front of the former White Gull Inn is open and available again. Take a book, leave a book.

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The only problem with the snow going away, and there are not many, is that it looks kind of unkempt around here until things get cleaned up. Small price to pay.

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Happy Birthday wishes to Mike Taghon, Sally Ann Morris, Renae Ihme, Ron Hacker and Bruce lichliter.

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Enjoy the weather, be very careful being Irish for a day.

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Go Glen Lake and Hawks.

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