Dear Mr. Rush, Your column, “A little itty bitty piece of our hearts,” (Lake Orion Review, June 26, page 7) was excellent. It brought back memories of dogs I’ve had over the years. Thanks for writing a nice article. Sincerely, Jack Heal Lake Orion
Strategic planning talks stir up discussion on community engagement, communication about LOCS school bond at June 26 board meeting
By Megan Kelley Review Writer During their June 26 meeting, the Lake Orion Community Schools Board of Education heard from Kay Cornell, senior consultant for Learning Forward, and Suzanne Klein, Professor in Oakland University’s School of Education and Human Services, regarding the district’s plans to update their strategic plan. “The board has spent some time […]
By Jim Newell Review Editor How much does the “Village of” cost? About $117 per letter. Or, more accurately, $47.77 per letter to get “Village Established 1859” printed on the gateway sign at the intersection of Flint Street and Lapeer Road (M-24). Or, only $23.86 per letter for the 44 letters to print “Village Established […]
Lake Orion High School Alumni and current safety for the Dallas Cowboys Jeff Heath plays a little football with some campers on the last day of his yearly FUNdamentals football camp at Lake Orion High School on Friday. Videos of the camp are available on the Lake Orion Community Schools Facebook and Twitter pages.
By Megan Kelley Review Writer Amidst heavy discussion on how to better communicate bond updates to the community, Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning Heidi Mercer took the opportunity to clarify to the board that bond progress is mostly still in the beginning stages. “These projects that we have going right now, these meetings, there […]
By Jim Newell Review Editor It’s a fireworks extravaganza celebrating the Red, White & Blue but the Lake Orion Fireworks Association’s annual Dueling Fireworks Show is now in the red and needs some community support to get back in the black. The show, which was June 29 this year, attracts thousands of spectators each year […]
The Orion Township Clerk’s Office announced last week that they would be participating in National Disability Voter Registration Week, July 15-19.This is a nonpartisan effort to increase the political participation of people with disabilities. Township Clerk Penny Shults and her staff will be at the Orion Township Public Library on July 15 and July 17 […]
The regular meeting of the Orion Township Planning Commission scheduled for July 3 has been canceled due to a lack of agenda items. The planning commission’s next regularly scheduled meeting is 7 p.m. July 17 in the board meeting room, lower level of Township Hall, 2525 Joslyn Rd. The planning commission meets regularly on the […]
The Village of Lake Orion Village Hall and Orion Township Hall will be closed July 4 and July 5 for the Fourth of July holiday weekend. – J.N.
Anyone in or along Dollar Bay on Lake Orion at 3 p.m. this Fourth of July can take part in what is becoming a Lake Orion tradition – pausing from the holiday festivities to participate in a patriotic sing-a-long with Uncle Sam. Al Krier, 83, will wear his Uncle Sam attire and be out on […]