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Children from Pittsfield Village Collect Glass Bottles to aid March of Dimes, January 1950

Children from Pittsfield Village Collect Glass Bottles to aid March of Dimes, January 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 28, 1950
Caption
Pitching into the March of Dimes campaign in an earnest way are these eight Pittsfield Village youngsters who solicit empty soft drink bottles from neighborhood residents, sell the bottles, and turn over the receipts to drive officials. So far the group has collected $7. The bottle volunteers (left to right) are Thomas Fetters (kneeling at wagon) of 3417 Edgewood Ave.; Katherine Gaines of 3518 Edgewood; John Hedetmimi of 2403 Pittsfield Blvd.; Richard Draper of 2551 Fernwood Ave.; Pat Rumer of 3456 Richard Ave.; Brian Brewer of 3333 Edgewood; Susan Whipple of 2410 Pittsfield Blvd. The official polio drive ends Feb. 1.

Pittsfield School Children Participate in Parade, May 1957

Pittsfield School Children Participate in Parade, May 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 24, 1957
Caption
Organized confusion at the assembly area.

Pittsfield School Students Michael Shuper and Tom Ziesemer in Parade, May 1955

Pittsfield School Students Michael Shuper and Tom Ziesemer in Parade, May 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 19, 1955
Caption
CLOWNISH HEAD: Out to drum up interest in the Pittsfield School carnival Friday were Michael Shuper of 2260 Parkwood Ave. (left) and Tom Ziesemer (without a head) of 2571 Bellewood St. The boys took part in a huge parade last night in Pittsfield Village.

Pittsfield Village School No. 2 Students Line Up for Parade, May 1950

Pittsfield Village School No. 2 Students Line Up for Parade, May 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 9, 1950
Caption
PARADE OF PITTSFIELD YOUNGSTERS HERALDS CARNIVAL: Students at Pittsfield School No. 2 dressed in colorful costumes yesterday afternoon and paraded through Pittsfield Village to advertise the gala carnival which will be held at their school Friday night. Proceeds from the carnival will be used to improve the school's playground. The youngsters planned to parade through other parts of the village and East Ann Arbor today, Wednesday and Thursday. Carnival booths will be sponsored by the youngsters themselves and by their parents. Supper will be served at the school from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Friday.

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2
Month
April
Year
1956
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