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November 8, 2018                                               ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS OF MICHIGAN                                                  PAGE 5

                           NORTHVILLE - PLYMOUTH

        2 graduate from public service command school

           Northville Township celebrat-  members, assisting in their suc-  Enforcement Administration.
        ed the graduations of two public  cessful completion of the depart-  During his tenure as a patrol
        safety officers last month.    ment probationary program. He  officer and detective, Jones has
           Fire Department Lt. Jason   is one of the original members of  been responsible for training
        Hendrian graduated from the    the Western Wayne County       officers within his department in
        Eastern Michigan University    Urban Search and Rescue Team   a wide range of disciplines.
        School of Fire Staff and       (USAR) and was also a member   Starting in 2008, Jones has
        Command.                       of the Michigan Task Force 1   served as an instructor at the
           Police Sgt. Dan Jones graduat-  USAR team, serving as a med-  Wayne County Regional Police
        ed from the Police Staff and   ical specialist. He currently  Academy. In April, 2017, he was
        Command School also at Eastern  serves as the chairman of the  promoted to his current rank of
        Michigan University.           Health and Safety Committee    sergeant. Jones is currently a
           Hendrian has worked for the  and is an advocate for health and  shift supervisor assigned to the
        Northville Township Fire       wellness within the department.   patrol division.
        Department since 2002. He was    Jones began his career with    Jones earned a bachelor of
        promoted to the rank of lieu-  the Northville Township Police  science degree in criminal jus-
        tenant in 2017. That same year  Department in June 2007. While  tice from Eastern Michigan
        he completed his bachelor's    serving with the Northville    University. He went on to attend
        degree from Siena Heights      Township Police Department,    the Wayne County Regional                  Lt. Jason Hadrian                Sgt. Dan Jones
        University and will begin pursu-  Jones has been assigned to the  Police Academy and graduated  Staff and Command are inten-  ment. The schools each have a
        ing his masters degree this win-  Wayne  County     Special   in 2007.                      sive programs each consisting of  reputation for excellence and
        ter.                           Operations Team, Michigan        The Eastern Michigan        350 hours of classroom instruc-  are supported by quality instruc-
           Hendrian has served as a    State Police Western Wayne     University Staff and Command  tion over 10 months geared     tors and public safety manage-
        mentor for new probationary    Narcotics Team, and the Drug   School and the School of Fire  towards public safety manage-  ment professionals.
        Annual Foundation Home Tour tickets on sale

           Tickets are now on sale for the 2018                                                                            help fund the work of the Northville
        Northville Holiday Home Tour, presented                                   ”                                        Community Foundation in the community.
        by the Northville Community Foundation.                       These homes are gorgeous                             The Northville Community Foundation
           This year, the Holiday Home Tour will                  on their own but add holiday décor                       operates Maybury Farm, a working farm
        take place from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Friday                                                                        with a mission to connect the community
        and Saturday, Nov. 16 and 17.                              they become even more stunning.                         to animals and agriculture through hands-
           Visitors at the Holiday Home Tour can                                                                           on experiences that are both engaging and
        enjoy touring five beautiful, privately-                                                                           educational.  The foundation also annually
        owned Northville homes that have been  stunning, a spokesman said.           by calling (248)374-0200.  Tickets are limit-  awards scholarships to local students and
        decorated top to bottom for the holidays.  The 2018 Holiday Home Tour will also  ed and the tour does sell out nearly every  grants to nonprofit organizations serving
        The style of each home is different and  feature a refreshment stop at the Tipping  year.                          Northville and the surrounding communi-
        there truly is something for every taste,  Point Theatre in downtown Northville.  Proceeds from the Holiday Home Tour  ties.
        organizers said.  With homes ranging from  Guests can enjoy light refreshments and
        a 10,000 square foot log cabin to a 160-year-  also enter to win two tickets to a future
        old Victorian home, this year the tour  Tipping Point Theatre production.
        offers some early decorating inspiration.  Tickets for the 2018 Holiday Home Tour
        One outstanding home has a two-story   are $25 in advance and $30 the day of the
        rock fireplace, natural slate floors and a  event.  To purchase tickets in advance, visit
        gourmet kitchen.  Another is a 1929    Pear-Aphernalia, Gardenviews, Haven of
        English Tudor revival with stained glass  Northville, or the Northville Chamber of
        windows and original chandeliers.  These  Commerce.  Tickets may also be pur-
        homes are gorgeous on their own but add  chased online by visiting www.northvil-
        holiday décor they become even more or by phone
        Preschool classes to

        be offered at PARC

           The new year will bring a new enrich-  We look forward to many more opportuni-
        ment program for preschool children at the  ties for this type of collaboration in the
        Plymouth Arts and Recreation Complex  future,” Hegdal added.
        (PARC).                                  All classes will be offered at PARC,
           The classes will be collaboration of the  located at 650 Church St. in Plymouth.
        PARC and the Plymouth Family YMCA and  Classes will be taught by instructors from
        will offer a comprehensive schedule of  the YMCA and other participating PARC
        classes for preschool children ages 3 to 5  organizations including PARC Aquatics,
        years. Classes include art, dance, swim-  Eden Arts Cooperative, Artistry Dance, Arts
        ming, sports, music, theater and others, offi-  Detroit, and Z Spot Fitness. Classes will be
        cials said.                           offered Monday-Friday during the morning
           “Each of these classes play a large role  hours. A complete schedule of classes
        in the overall development of a young mind  including days, times, and registration
        and active body. The goal of the program is  information will be available on the YMCA
        to inspire children through exposure in  website, www.ymcadetroit/plymouth, begin-
        which the simplest of activities can instill  ning the first week of November.
        creativity, confidence, and critical think-  To introduce the program to the commu-
        ing,” explained YMCA Executive Director  nity, an Open House is planned from 10 a.m
        Sage Hegdal.                          until noon at PARC on Tuesday, Dec. 4.
           “This is a great opportunity to partner  Parents are encouraged to bring their chil-
        with the high-quality arts, education, and  dren and experience everything the pro-
        recreation organizations located at PARC.  gram has to offer.
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