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Tecumseh City Manager Kevin Welch Presents 'Lean and Mean' Community Excellence Award Nominee At Region 2 Seminar Photo by Michigan Municipal League
Tecumseh City Manager Kevin Welch Presents 'Lean and Mean' Community Excellence Award Nominee At Region 2 Seminar Photo by Michigan Municipal League
Six communities competed for Michigan Municipal League’s Region 2 Community Excellence Award and the Village of Paw Paw won for its media-savvy place-making campaign called “Uncork Paw Paw,” which was presented by Paw Paw Village Manager Larry Nielsen. More than 40 people attended the Region 2 Education Seminar May 20, 2011 in East Lansing to select the CEA and to learn about the latest in Lansing. The event also included a presentation by Dr. Kurt Dewhurst, Michigan State University's Director of Arts and Cultural Initiatives, who discussed how to identify, promote and protect a sense of place in a community during the League's Region 2 Education Seminar on May 20 at the Hannah Community Center in East Lansing. The League's Andy Schor presented an update on Lansing, including the recent victory in securing more funding for revenue sharing and brownfield and historic funding, read more. He also moderated a legislative panel featuring Sen. Rick Jones, Rep. Mark Meadows, Rep. Paul Opsommer and Sen. Gretchen Whitmer. For the CEAs, Paw Paw competed against five other impressive projects: the city of Adrian's "Rebirth of a Downtown" detailed the historic rise, fall and rebirth of the city's downtown; Coldwater presented its Connections Art Festival, a month-long series of events and programs that show the rewards of cultural economic development; Delhi Charter Township showed a video detailing how "Greening Delhi" has included a state-of-the-art biomass converter, aggressive and comprehensive recycling programs and other front-line green initiatives; Mason's city staff proudly presented its new city hall, the city's first truly "green" municipal building; and Tecumseh offered "Lean and Mean," an innovative, low-cost program to engage the community's youth by giving them cameras to shoot images of the community's best and worst features, then using that to launch a series of initiatives. As the Region 2 winner, Paw Paw now has a chance to win the statewide CEA honor in the Michigan Municipal League’s “Race for the Cup” competition. Read more about this peer-selected “Race for the Cup” contest that recognizes outstanding community services, projects and programs. Paw Paw will next compete against the winners of the other 6 regions during the League’s annual Convention Oct. 4-7, 2011 in Grand Rapids. Register online for the 2011 Convention starting June 1. Other Regional winners so far are Vassar (Region 5); Ludington (Region 3); West Branch (Region 6) and Southfield (Region 1). The Region 2 meeting in East Lansing is part of the League’s 2011 “MML Tour” that culminates in October with the 2011 League Convention. Follow the tour on Twitter at #mmltour. The Regional Meetings give Michigan Municipal League members a chance to hear from League staff and state officials about the latest municipal-related legislation in Lansing and ways communities are becoming the types of areas where people want to live, work and play. For more about the League and what we do go to
Moon 12-1-11
Moon 12-1-11
Vivitar 75-300 f/5.6 2x Tele-Converter Olympus Evolt E-500 Shot Legacy with a OM:4/3 Adapter ring 300mm f/22 - Approx. 3" My halfway decent attempt at a moon photo, still a little too much camera shake even on a tripod to produce HD results, hence the smaller sized image. Appreciate any advice or thoughts. ---- After doing some online research, I have found a few bits of advice for proper "astronomy photography." Suggestions included f/11 with the lowest ISO available on my camera, looking into a mirror lock setting to further reduce camera shake on the tripod, as well as bracketing my shots, so I hope to post some bracketed shot for our next assignment of the moon.

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