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The Lucy Ann Lance Show, 1290 WLBY – Tuesday, April 30, 2013

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Jarrett Skorup



Michigan’s Craziest Laws:  Jarrett Skorup, Research Associate, Mackinac Center for Public Policy – Did you know that seduction, adultery, cursing, sports team bumper stickers, and dancing to the National Anthem are all illegal in Michigan?  Read Jarrett’s article here, and listen to our interview by clicking the link below.
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Bob Pierce and Mark Loeb


Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce: Chelsea Invitational Craft Fair –  Bob Pierce, Chamber Executive Director; Mark Loeb, Owner, Integrity Shows – Artists and crafters will show their work this weekend at the Chelsea Invitational Craft Fair, which is billed as an art show and a home Show. The event is May 4 and 5 at the Chelsea Fairgrounds.  There is no charge to attend the show and parking is free.
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Sarah Murray and Chief John SetoRemembering Vada:  Sarah Murray, Wife of the Late Vada Murray; Chief John Seto, Ann Arbor Police Department  – The Vada Murray Fund for Cancer Research at the University of Michigan honors the former Michigan Football player and Ann Arbor police officer’s community service and sportsmanship.  Vada died April 6, 2011, at age 43 of lung cancer. More information can be found online at  – The Vada Murray Fund for Cancer Research High School Lacrosse games are Friday, May 3 at Pioneer and Skyline high schools.  The Pioneer game begins at 6 p.m. and the varsity game at Skyline High School begins at 7 p.m. in the schools’ stadiums. Tickets are $5 and benefit the Vada Murray Fund for Cancer Research and the Ann Arbor Police Department’s Badge 155 (Vada Murray’s badge number) Fund.
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Paul Larned and Sherry AustinWest Washtenaw Business Association: hibu – Paul Larned, WWBA Board; Sherry Austin, Client Services Executive, hibu – As a digital media marketing specialist and advertising consultant, Sherry has helped many businesses in  the Ann Arbor area over the years with their client retention and business promotion.  She explains how hibu, whose origins date back to the first Yellow Book, helps consumers buy local.
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Margaret Carney


Ann Arbor’s Dinnerware Museum:  Margaret Carney, Museum Director  – You could say that Margaret Carney is creating a museum one place setting at a time.  She is the inspiration behind the new Dinnerware Museum, which is designed to  collect, conserve and preserve international dinnerware to exhibit and educate the public.
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