Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Crooked Lake. 4700 Oden Road, Oden, Michigan.

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Saturday, March 07, 2015

Did you know Delta Airlines did this? | Mark on 98.7 The River

Did You Know Delta Airlines Did This?

I complain about the airlines and how all too often they demonstrate a complete lack of respect for their customers.  That said, this video reminds me someone at Delta is paying attention to what is important.  (forgive YouTube's ad at the beginning)

Delta Baggage Handlers. Recorded at the airport here in Atlanta. As you watch the video, notice the number of people watching from inside the terminal. Most people have no idea Delta does this. This soldier was a K9 soldier with a dog trained to find IED's. Yes, the second small coffin is the soldiers partner. This is a soldier and his dog who died for us. And Hats off to Delta.

Read more: http://www.987theriver.com/onair/mark-51013/did-you-know-delta-airlines-did-13387191/#ixzz3TiRhzDQp

What is the Blue Dog on your website?

While attending graduate school at Louisiana State University, I stopped in Breaux Bridge, LA, at a small shop owned by (my then girlfriend and now wife) Jennifer's Aunt Peggy. The cute Cajun gift shop was just off the exit next to Landry's Restaurant. Inside the shop near the windows was an artist's space, easel and all. I was taken by the subject of the artist's current effort, an adorable little blue dog with bright yellow eyes, living the Louisiana life. That artist was now famed Cajun artist George Rodrigue.

George Rodrigue was the artist who gave life to this unique character, a Blue Dog was derived from George's departed dog Tiffany. How could I not love a Blue Dog with Maize (ok yellow) eyes!! It has been an enjoyable relationship as Blue Dog has always seemed to mark a timeline from that day in my life and to my time in Louisiana. From Hurricane Katrina to Mardi Gras to the 9/11, Blue Dog has shared the experiences. As you might imagine, "House for Sale" often seen in my avatar is certainly one of my favorites. Blue Dog adorns most every room in our home in books, cards, prints, and renderings.

What I enjoy most, however, is that Blue Dog works have a deeper meaning expressed in a very
understated delivery. George shared his life by allowing Tiffany to express his thoughts and feelings. What Blue Dog represents was, for me, perfectly written upon Rodrigue's death:

"The yellow eyes are really the soul of the dog. He has this piercing stare. People say the dog keeps talking to them with the eyes, always saying something different. People who have seen a Blue Dog painting always remember it. They are really about life, about mankind searching for answers. The dog never changes position. He just stares at you. And you’re looking at him, looking for some answers, ‘Why are we here?,’ and he’s just looking back at you, wondering the same. The dog doesn’t know. You can see this longing in his eyes, this longing for love, answers." William Yardley-George Rodrigue, Painter of Blue Dog, Dies at 69, The New York Times, December 27, 2013.

I suppose I love Blue Dog because George Rodrigue shared his life with us yet never made himself the center of attention. I don't like my picture on my business cards or in my advertising although every real estate article tells me I should. I just don't believe it is about me...it is about my clients. So I will allow my respect for George and love for Blue Dog help me share his vision. And have a little fun doing it.

This BlueDog is titled, "House For Sale".  How appropriate.

Monday, May 19, 2014

Link to Original Article: Michigan Softball Isn't Just About Winning Games...
From The Michigan Daily by Max Bultman.

Mr. Bultman should be applauded for writing an excellent article about
what matters most.
Bravo to the Michigan Softball team and Max.
It is why I love being a Wolverine.

Natalie Harper just wanted to take a picture.
She and her family were in town for the 2010 Michigan football spring game and decided to check out a softball game afterwards.
To Natalie’s dad, Danny, it seemed like a fun way to extend the trip. The Harpers wanted to get everything they could out of their trip to Ann Arbor before heading home to Indiana.
When the family arrived at Alumni Field, Natalie went down by the fence to try to snap a shot of the players.
But she couldn’t quite get her camera to work. Seeing then-six-year-old Natalie struggling with her mom’s camera phone, Roya St. Clair — a senior catcher at the time — walked over to lend a hand.
Once Natalie had her picture, St. Clair handed the beaming young girl a softball and told her where to wait after the game. She promised that if Natalie was there when the game was over, she would take her around and help her get each player to sign the ball.
St. Clair didn’t know it at the time, but she wasn’t just giving Natalie Harper a softball and promising her some autographs. She was about to introduce Natalie to her second family.
* * *
Ten-year-old Natalie has 4q Deletion Syndrome, meaning the end of the long arm of her fourth chromosome was deleted from her genetic code. The implications of the rare chromosomal disorder are mostly physical and have already led to two heart surgeries for Natalie in her young life.
Though such a disorder might cause some people, especially of Natalie’s age, to view life in a negative fashion, Natalie doesn’t see it that way. Instead, she has a positive outlook, from the dugout for every single Michigan softball game.
After her first experience with St. Clair, she wanted to come back for more softball.
So the Harpers have made the trek to Ann Arbor for nearly every home game since 2010.
The rare occasions she misses a home contest are usually health-related. She had to skip a weekend last spring for her second heart surgery.
Danny saves up his vacation days from work for softball season every year so that when her body is up for it, he, his daughter and his wife, Courtney, can make it to every game.
And for the first three years, that meant a warm welcome from the players every weekend, and, sure, some special treatment. After all, Natalie was unquestionably their biggest fan.
But after a while, as Natalie’s greetings became a part of the post-game routine, Michigan coach Carol Hutchins decided to formalize Natalie’s involvement with the team.
“She started coming for pregame, so we would let her come in,” Hutchins said. “She would come spend her whole weekend to watch us play. So once she started coming, one time I just decided to let her come into the locker room. And she walked in and interrupted me.”
Ever since Natalie joined the team in the locker room and the dugout, she has done everything the players do. She’s on the field for player introductions, she writes in the dirt before the first pitch, and she jogs to the fence and back between every inning.
But on one occasion in April, senior outfielder Katie Luetkens looked over her shoulder and, to her surprise, there was no Natalie. She swiveled her head in both directions before finally seeing her veer into left field, grinning wider than ever.
Luetkens corralled Natalie, and the two ran back to the dugout hand-in-hand. Everything was fine.
But for a moment, Luetkens looked as though she had lost her shadow.
* * *
By the time Luetkens joined the team in 2011, greeting Natalie was embedded into the team’s routine.
Even before she earned locker room and dugout access, Natalie had stolen Luetkens’ heart with her zest for life and positivity.
“As soon as she came up to me and just wanted me to hang out with her, and just opened up, she grabbed my heart,” Luetkens said. “She’s been my sister ever since.”
Luetkens, now a co-captain, doesn’t get the kind of playing time some of her senior teammates do. She plays in the outfield, where fellow seniors Lyndsay Doyle and Nicole Sappingfield are regular starters.
While that’s never an easy role for a competitor to accept, her time spent on the bench has given her a unique perspective and a lot of time with Natalie.
When Natalie runs on the field, it’s with Luetkens. When Luetkens draws Mickey Mouse in the dirt before games, Natalie is responsible for the ears. And when Luetkens gets introduced, she’s right behind her.
According to Hutchins, there isn’t a better person on the team for Natalie to spend time with.
“Katie Luetkens really knows how to make you feel special,” she said.
Luetkens, though, feels like it’s Natalie who has changed her life.
“Here’s this little girl that has had nothing but a tough road,” Luetkens said. “This little girl that could easily just be down about life just lives every day like she might not have tomorrow. She’s happy all the time.
“There’s gonna be bad games, we aren’t going to win everything, there are going to be mistakes. Natalie never fails to be there to make you smile.”
When Luetkens talks about Natalie, she glows with excitement. It’s clear that that this isn’t lip service or charity. Luetkens has a sister in Natalie, and Natalie has one in her.
“I never wanted her to feel like she was a burden, or that she couldn’t do anything we could do,” Luetkens said. “She’s special and I want her to have a good experience. Sometimes she’ll be tired and ask for a piggyback ride, and I never say no. I know she loves it.”
Her favorite things to do with Natalie are singing and dancing. Normally, she doesn’t like either. Luetkens says she can’t sing and that she can’t really dance, and yet, before every game, down on the infield, the two are doing spins and pointing and just about shouting the lyrics to songs.
Atop the list of favorite songs is Taylor Swift’s ‘22’. Natalie knows a lot of lyrics to a lot of songs, but she knows every word to that one.
So for her surrogate sister’s 22nd birthday, Natalie made her a birthday video to the song. Luetkens still plays it sometimes if she’s having a bad day.
There have been times, though, when Luetkens has gotten caught up in a game and lost track of Natalie in the dugout.
“One time,” Luetkens recalls, “she went up to Hutch (in the middle of a pressure situation), and just said, ‘It’s OK, Hutch. Don’t worry about it.’ I was like, ‘Oh no … I lost track of her,’ but Hutch just turned around and laughed.”
Though some might find Hutchins intimidating — especially at game time — Natalie has learned her presence and courage from Luetkens and her teammates and doesn’t break a sweat.
* * *
Back home in Indiana, Natalie has just started playing softball.
So far, her favorite position is catcher.
Physically, she’s not up to the size of most girls her age, but she does seem to have one huge advantage over her teammates.
“I think she has picked up on stuff that Hutchins tells the team,” said Natalie’s mom, Courtney Harper. “He’ll ask them what they should do in a situation, and Natalie will say, ‘Well, I do this and this person does that.’ Her coach came up to me and was like, ‘I’m not the one teaching her that.’ ”
That’s right, he isn’t. While most youth athletes are shaped personally and athletically by their coaches, Natalie has 25 coaches teaching her all about softball and more that she could only really learn from them.
“It’s great that she has these girls to look up to and see what she should be aspiring to be, how she should treat people, how she should carry herself,” Courtney said.
There are plenty of fans that the team sees week in and week out, and they treat those fans well too. They never turn down an autograph request, and they’ll always pose for a quick picture, especially with one of their younger supporters.
But Natalie is different. Her meteoric rise from fan to VIP is a real reflection of the mark she leaves on the team at every interaction.
“She’s just this ball of energy that comes and is excited about whatever day it is,” Luetkens said. “She’s just so easygoing and just loves life. And for a kid that’s had to go through so much … I think that’s what has (made the biggest impression) on me.”
Added Hutchins: “She’s just a part of our group. We brought her inside because … I mean look what we have. We can give her something that makes her happy. And she makes us happier than anybody.”
As a bat girl, Natalie is tasked with collecting the bat from the hitter in the on-deck circle before she steps to the plate. Another, though, is much more suited to her bubbling personality — her daily joke that she tells the team before each game.
During the team’s series against No. 12 Minnesota, Michigan’s toughest home games of the year, the team needed those jokes to keep loose.
Before the April 19 game, the joke was: “Where does a bee go to the bathroom? The bee-pee station.”
The next day, before a 7-1 win, it was: “Knock, knock. Who’s there? Hawaii. Hawaii who? I’m good, Hawaii you?”
The team eagerly listens to the jokes and lets out a loud “ahhhh” in unison after each one.
After that win, Natalie went around taking a picture with each player. And after almost every one, the player would ask her when they would next get to see her.
“I’m not sure,” Natalie would say. “I want to go (to the next game, at Purdue), but I’m not sure.”
The players then would turn to Courtney and Danny Harper, like an elementary-school kid does to their friends’ parents begging for a sleepover, with the same question.
“We’re seeing if it will work,” they would say, over and over.
“There’s never a time that she’s around that we aren’t just glowing,” Luetkens said. “When she isn’t there, we really miss her.”
* * *
Earlier this season, Luetkens bought the team bracelet charms with “Team 37” on them. She made sure Natalie had a charm too, which she now wears as a necklace.
Luetkens will graduate from the University after this season, but Natalie will still be there. That’s been one of the hardest thoughts for Luetkens to deal with — now she’s going to miss Natalie.
It will be hard for Natalie too, but a new group of new faces will enter the dugout next year, and they will all get used to seeing her bright smile at every home game.
“Honestly, she doesn’t even tell us about the dugout,” Courtney said. “That’s her special place, and those are her sisters. She keeps it close to her sleeve.”
While Luetkens pursues pediatrics, Natalie will continue assuring Hutchins and practicing her stand-up act.
Now that the Wolverines have won the regular-season Big Ten Championship, they will add a new picture to their wall of conference championships teams. All of those pictures look mostly the same, except the one from 2013. That one has a small bright-faced girl lighting up the front row, posing right in front of Luetkens.
Natalie didn’t need to take a picture of that moment.
She was right in the middle of it.

Saturday, March 29, 2014

(Infographic) Where to Look for Hidden Gems in Real Estate


Billy Andrew

Sent from my iPhone.
My apology for typos.

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Thursday, March 13, 2014

This is a cool infographic regarding the home buying process.


In today's increasingly competitive real estate market, understanding the appraisal process cannot be overstated. Appraisals are required for all real estate transactions with loans involving $250,000 or more from federally-insured financial institutions, which impacts millions of Americans. Although appraisals are one of the most important parts of the home buying process, they are often one of the most misunderstood.
Contrary to some beliefs, appraisers neither set the value of a home nor confirm a home's sale price. Their role is to produce a credible opinion of value based on thorough and unbiased research and analyses that reflect the market value of a property, which is not always the sale price. In many cases, an appraisal may help prevent a buyer from overpaying for a home. That's why it's so important to understand how an appraisal works and what they're intended to do.
We at The Appraisal Foundation hear a lot of myths about the appraisal process -- from people who are new to the home-buying process and from those who work in real estate professionally -- but the most common myths out there relate to the way appraisals are ordered, the role appraisers play in the home-buying process, and the ways in which properties are analyzed and reviewed.
For most people, purchasing a home is the most important financial decision they will ever make. Having a firm grasp of the process is critical to remaining informed and making sound financial decisions.

Friday, March 07, 2014

Zoning Board approves lift on Burt Lake bluff property

-From cheboygannews.com

  • Thomas Preston from High Bank Trams will be installing a power lift elevator at the Eric Freedman residence to help the property owners enjoy their property more easily.
    The Cheboygan County Zoning Board of Appeals, ZBA, approved a 5.2-foot side setback variance for the elevator, which is located in a Lake and Stream Protection zoning district, at 7604 W. M-68 in Tuscarora Township.
    “We’re trying to install an elevator outside the setback,” Preston said. “The need to install this elevator is due not to laziness or status, but for a mother and mother-in-law with both knee and hip replacements, and a son-in-law who is a leg amputee, to enjoy the property, as they cannot get down the stairs easily. The mother and mother-in-law don’t even go down, currently.”
    Preston said he wants to install the incline elevator within the side setback distance, which is currently 8 feet, at the top side of the bluff on Burt Lake. The elevator will slope down the hill in a northwesterly direction, bringing it out of the setback distance after traveling roughly 10 feet.
    “So, we are not requesting to be within the setback the entire distance down the hill, just right at the top,” Preston said. “The need for the variance is to put the elevator in the only location on the bluff where there is not a retaining wall.”
    According to Preston, the other side of the property is being used for a stairway, which is where the other opening in the retaining wall is located. Therefore, the proposed location for the elevator is the only one which would work without having to remove retaining walls or trees, risking erosion.
    The retaining wall was put in during construction of the home to retain the bank from eroding the foundation, because it was put close to the bluff. Preston does not want to jeopardize the integrity of the wall by taking portions of it away
    If Preston were to comply with current side setback requirements, it would require removal of three very large trees. The removal of these trees also would potentially jeopardize the integrity of the retaining wall, due to their root base.
    “The three-tree cluster is right at the end of the retaining wall,” Preston said. “We’re looking to go on the right side of the trees.”
    Preston said they would be installing the elevator at an angle to avoid being in the setback distance the entire length of the elevator. The northwesterly direction brings them out of the setback zone and also saves additional trees down the bluff.
    “These elevators are very eye-appealing and short of the carriage are constructed with a skeleton-like appearance, lying very close to the ground in the setback zone. By running it at this angle, we will make it less visible to the neighbors on the east side of the property, which is the setback side,” said Preston.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

An icon is no more

The arch bridge over the Indian River is now landfill, torn apart then dropped into a barge floating below.
The dismantling began November 28th with the scheduled reopening sometime in April. Let's all hope the progress goes as planned so boating season is not compromised. And my commute returns to 2 minutes.

Wednesday, December 07, 2011

I have been absent from my blog for some time. More on that later.For now, good news.

December 7, 2011
Fresh News from Nub's Nob
 We're open this weekend! Our world class snowcrew hasn't missed a minute and we'll be open this weekend! 4 slopes will be open: Bigtime (beginner), Smooth Sailing and Sno Pro (intermediates) and Smokey (expert). We'll continue to make snow at every opportunity on the rest of the front slopes and will open more terrain as soon as possible.
 The Green and Purple lifts will be running from 9 till 4:30 both Saturday and Sunday.
 Lift ticket prices are at our special Early Season rate of $35 for adults, seniors and teens and $28 for children 9 to 12. As always, kids 8 and under ski free when accompanied by a skiing guardian.
The Cafeteria, General Store, Rental department, Tune and Demo Center, Ski School and Nub's Pub will all be open and looking forward to seeing you. Think Snow!The Crew at Nub's

Monday, July 11, 2011

Indian River Summerfest: July 12-17. 2011

Tuesday, July 12th
5:30pm - Family Decorated Bike Parade
Sponsored by:
Ride your decorated bike from Burger King to Marina Park along the North Central State Trail. 

6:00pm - NEW Best Pizza of the North Contest - Marina Park
Sponsored by:
Come support your favorite area pizza chefs as they compete for the titles of:
Best Pepperoni Pizza
Best Original Recipe Pizza
People's Choice Pizza
Taste Tests will be available for $.50 per taste.

7:00pm - Duck Race - Marina Park - $1 per Duck

Sponsored by:
A buck a duck - the number on your ticket will correspond to the number on a duck.
First duck to the end wins a basket of Indian River merchandise.

Immediately Following Duck Race - Ice Cream Social - Marina Park - FREE
Sponsored by:
Join us for free ice cream at the park!

Wednesday, July 13th

2:00pm - 6:00pm - Indian River Farmer's Market - Citizens National Bank

6:00pm – 9:00pm - LobsterFest and Pig Roast - Marina Park

Sponsored by:  Friends of Inland Lakes Schools, Inc.
 Enjoy a Lobster and Pig Roast Dinner
Tickets are $75 per person and must be pre-purchased. 

All proceeds benefit Inland Lakes Schools.

Thursday, July 14th
 8:00am - 8:00pm - Sand Castle Contest - DeVoe  Beach 
Begin Building any time after 8:00am
Judging at 8:00pm during Beach Bash

1:00pm – 10:00pm - Indian River SummerFest Carnival - Inland Lakes Schools
Operated by:
Rides & games for the whole family.

6:00pm – 9:00pm - Family Night Beach Bash - FREE - DeVoe Beach

Sponsored by:

Fun & games for the whole family including limbo, candy scramble, watermelon seed spitting and much more.
Free shuttle from Citizens National Bank parking lot. 
Candy donated by:
            Northern Good Humor LLC

7:00pm- 9:00pm - Cardboard Boat Race - DeVoe Beach
Bring your homemade boat, made of nothing but  cardboard and duct tape, down to DeVoe Public Beach
and see how well it will float.   Winners for age categories, most creative and most in a boat.

7:30pm - Story Time with Johnathan Rand - DeVoe Beach

8:00pm – 11:00pm - Teen Dance - Marina Park
Sponsored by:
Ages 13 to 17    $2.00 Admission.
Music by 'Isolated Incident' 8:00pm - 9:00pm.  DJ from 9:00pm - 11:00pm.
Free  refreshments.

Friday, July 15th

 12:00pm - 6:00pm - Chili Cook-Off - Downtown

Sponsored by: 
Cooking begins at 12:45pm
Samples gathered for Judging at 4:45pm
Tasting begins at 5:00pm (tickets for tasting are 50¢ each)
Awards at 6:00pm in Marina Park

12:00pm – 6:00pm - Craft Show - Downtown 
Sponsored by:  
Over 80 booths of handmade crafts. 

12:00pm - 6:00pm - Children’s Activity Area - Downtown
Sponsored by:
 bounce house, police car, fire truck, DNR info station

12:00pm - 6:00pm - Northern Michigan Animal Rescue Network
SummerFest Adoption Quest
Come adopt your new best friend.  Volunteers are always needed.

12:00pm – 11:00pm - Indian River SummerFest Carnival - Inland Lakes Schools
Operated by:
Rides & games for the whole family.

2:00pm – 6:00pm -Pony Rides - Downtown
Operated by:
Maple Ridge Stables
6:00pm - 7:30pm - Cruise Night
Featuring Bud Light MXT
Line up at Indian River Car Quest - 6:00pm
Ends at Citizens National Bank - 7:30pm
Sponsored by:

6:00pm – 8:00pm - Friday Night Entertainment Tent - Marina Park
Sponsored by:

  Enjoy live entertainment by Mike Ridley  - 21 and over only  
$5 SummerFest button is valid for both Friday and Saturday Night Entertainment Tents

8:00pm – 12:00am - Friday Night Entertainment Tent  - Marina Park
Sponsored by:
Enjoy live music by The Blitz - 21 and over only
 $5 SummerFest button is valid for both Friday and Saturday Night Entertainment Tents

Saturday, July 16th

7:00am - Kiwanis 5k/10k Run - Tuscarora Township Hall

Sponsored by:
Registration 7 am - Race 8am. 231-238-8564 .  Registration fee of $20.

9:00am - Coed Beach Volleyball Tournament  - DeVoe Public Beach

Sponsored by:  
Double elimination 5 on 5 Coed Beach Volleyball – cash prize.  231-238-4880

9:00am – 12:00pm - FREE Campbell Airport Young Eagles Plane Rides
 Indian River Airport
Sponsored by: Harbor Springs and Indian River Chapters of
Experimental Aircraft Association
Free Airplane Rides for children ages 8 to 17.

9:00am - 1:00pm - Indian River Farmer's Market - Citizens National Bank

10:00am – 4:00pm - Craft Show - Downtown
Sponsored by:  
Over 80 booths of handmade crafts. 

10:00am – 4:00pm - Classic, Custom Car & Truck Show - Downtown

Sponsored by:
Trophies sponsored by: 

Featuring Bud Light MXT
Registration -  8:00am - 11:00am
Voting - 10:30am - 1:30pm
Awards - 3:00pm (must be present to win) 

10:00am - 4:00pm - Northern Michigan Animal Rescue Network
SummerFest Adoption Quest
Come adopt your new best friend.  Volunteers are always needed.

12:00pm – 11:00pm - Indian River SummerFest Carnival - Inland Lakes Schools
Operated by:
Rides & games for the whole family.

6:00pm – 8:00pm - Saturday Night Entertainment Tent  - Marina Park
Sponsored by:
Enjoy live entertainment by Mike Ridley   21 and over only
 $5 SummerFest button is valid for both Friday and Saturday Night Entertainment Tents

8:00pm – 12:00am - Saturday Night Entertainment Tent  - Marina Park
 Sponsored by:
Music by Jelly Roll Blues Band - 21 and over only
$5 SummerFest button is valid for both Friday and Saturday Night Entertainment Tents

10:30pm - SummerFest $15,000 Raffle  Drawing - Marina Park
1st Prize: $10,000

2nd Prize:  $2,500

 3rd Prize:$1,500

4th Prize:  $500

5th Prize: $250

6th Prize:  $250

Need not be present to win
Ticket Cost: $100.00 each
Raffle License #R11385

Sunday, July 17th

8:00am – 12:00pm - VFW Community Breakfast at Cochran-Roberts VFW Post #7439
Sponsored by:
All you-can-eat breakfast.  $7 for adults and $3.50 for children 12 and under.

9:00am - 11:00am - 4th Annual Kayak Bike Biathlon - DeVoe Public Beach
Sponsored by:
Prizes Sponsored by:
 3 miles of kayaking on the Inland Waterway and 12 miles of biking on the North Central State Trail.  

10:00am - 3:00pm - Flea Market Under the Tent - Marina Park
Join us for a flea market held under one roof during SummerFest.

12:00pm – 6:00pm -  LAST BLAST - SPECIAL PRICING
 Indian River SummerFest Carnival - Inland Lakes Schools
Operated by:
Rides & games for the whole family.

12:30am - 3:00pm - Youth Bike Race
Cooperation Park
Sponsored by:
Citizen's National Bank; Custom Carpets & Furniture; Fraternal Order of Police; Ken's Village Market; Mann's Budget Storage; Personal Graphics; The Stop Shop; Xcel Physical Therapy

Prizes Sponsored by:
Goldilocks Hair Salon; Hometown Inn; Latitude 45; Murdicks Fudge
100 yard Guppy, 1 mile Minnow, and 4 mile Musky races by age.

3:00pm - NEW Tuscarora Twp Fire Dept vs. Topinabee Fire Dept Waterball

Cooperation Park