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PEACH ROYALTY. Seen above is 2014 Peach Queen Kaitlyn Krimmel, 21, of Washington Township. Krimmel, the daughter of Robert and Edie Krimmel, is a senior at Grand Valley State University majoring in allied health science. The 2010 Romeo High School graduate encourages others to be themselves, using the example of her earning a black belt in American Freestyle karate. As Peach Queen, she has volunteered with the Samaritan House and at Amanda Moore Elementary. (Read Story)
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Mystery comes to Graubner
The Ninth Annual Mystery Comes to Michigan with authors Tasha Alexander, Elizabeth Heiter, Susan Elia MacNeal, Theresa Schwegel, Simone St. James and Lauren Willig.
The Graubner Branch of the Romeo District Library will be the center of the mystery world at 1:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 6, as the six writers bring their talent and point of view on mystery and mayhem, both fact and fiction, to Romeo.
Authors will discuss their take on the mystery genre and also take questions from the audience. The discussion will be followed by an author signing, and books will be available for purchase.
Graubner Library is located at 65821 Van Dyke in Washington. Call 586-752-0603, option 4.