Good Morning Hartland
Check out the weather, fuel prices and more for Feb. 24, 2012.
It's Friday. Drive safe out there this morning. Today's quote of the day is a Japanese Proverb.
Here are some tidbits of news and information that we hope you'll find useful or entertaining. Please also don't miss our video greeting (at right) from All Saints Pastor Drex Morton who invites Hartland to his play, Cheaper by the Dozen, this weekend in Canton.
1. The weather
Snow. Some thunder is also possible. High near 36, according to the National Weather Service. Chance of precipitation is 100%. New snow accumulation of 3 to 5 inches possible.
2. Fuel prices
Here's a quick daily survey of the regular per-gallon price, according to gasbuddy.com —
- Speedway: $3.69
- Shell: $3.79
- Mobil: $3.79
- Lowest price at in Highland: $3.63 at Citgo S Milford Rd near Watkins Blvd.
- Lowest price in the Fenton area: $3.58 at the Marathon station at Silver Lake and Lincoln.
- Lowest price in the Brighton area: $3.57 at Costco at 6700 Whitmore Lake Rd.
We also offer searchable and real-time traffic and fuel prices via Mapquest on our homepage.
3. The Livingston County High School Honors Band
Students from Hartland High School participated in the 30th annual Livingston County High School Honors Band performance that took place on Jan. 30 at Pinckney Community High School, according to a story from the Press & Argus. Performing students included:
- Steve Adams
- Sarah Allen
- Elle An-dreen
- Morgan Cummings
- Ryan Doyle
- Erza Lesser
- Erica Mehlberg
- Rachel Nicholas
- Joey Parks
- Megan Parsell
- Chris Pumford
- Sabrina Puvalowski
- Rhi Sehl
- Jimmy Turner
- Angie Vafeas
- Ray Wheeler
- Claire Yarmak
4. Hartland Area Historical Society's Annual Dinner & Fundraiser
5. Hartland trivia
Congrats to Jacqi Schaller for correctly answering Monday's question — J. Robert Crouse, Sr. named Waldenwoods as a tribute to who? Answer: Henry David Thoreau
Friday's question: What slogan, of the Hartland Area Project's Cromaine Library, is inscribed on the sign that stands on the library grounds?