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October 23, 2013

Committee volunteers

Clarkston is looking for several volunteers for various committees including the Planning Commission, police committee to explore options to provide additional police coverage, trees and gardens committee, and a streets and sidewalks committee.

To inquire about filling a position on one of the committees, call City Manager Carol Eberhardt at Clarkston City Hall, 248-625-1559.

Football, bands


Clarkston Varsity Football defeated their rival Lake Orion last Friday 49-28. Read about in on page 11 and watch it on CSPN.TV.

The whole game, play-by-play, can be seen by clicking on the football picture with the Neiman's logo and then clicking on "Game 91."

Dale Ryan and Charlie Robinson provide pre-game, halftime and post-game analysis and statistics on the "The Dale Ryan Show." Click on Dale Ryan's picture and the show will start automatically.

Clarkston is the champion of the OAA Red Division with a 7-0 record. They play this Friday at 7 p.m. in a non-league crossover game against the OAA White Division champion, Southfield.

Clarkston Marching Band and the Clarkston Schools Instrumental Music Association (CSIMA) hosted their 36th annual Clarkston Invitational this past Saturday.

Twenty marching bands from all over southeast and central Michigan competed.

Check out what it takes to prepare for an event like that on CSPN.TV. Click on the "Competitions" picture.

Operation Gratitude

Dr. Scott Vanderveen, DDS, in Clarkston is partnering with Operation Gratitude to send overseas troops some treats this year.

Unopened Halloween candy can be brought to the office, 7558 M.E. Cad Boulevard, Nov. 4-8.

Every person who donates will receive a dental goody bag. You may also write a letter or color a picture for a member of the military to include with your donation. For more information, call 248-625-3339.