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There will be a state-wide Tornado Drill today at 1 PM as preparation for severe weather during Michigan’s Severe Weather Awareness Week.  All businesses, organizations, families and individuals are encouraged to participate in the voluntary state-wide tornado siren and drill at 1 PM.

Alleluia Organ Series at Jackson’s First Presbyterian Church.  Join music lovers of all ages for 4 noontime organ concerts at Jackson’s First Presbyterian Church starting today and continuing for 3 consecutive Wednesdays.  Guest artist today is: Tom Granium, Director of Music, First Presbyterian Church, Ann Arbor .  Concerts are free and start at 12:15.  A homemade soup luncheon follows each concert.  743 West Michigan Avenue, Jackson.

Meijer Branch Friends of the Library Book and Bake Sale.  Wednesday-Thursday 9 AM- 7:30 PM, Friday 9 AM- 5:30 PM, Saturday 9 AM- 3 PM- $1 per bag (Saturday only).  Many tasty goodies available to eat.  Most Children’s books are .10-.25 cents.  Most Adult books are .25-.50 cents  Fiction/Non-fiction, Paperback, Hardcover, Large Print, Vintage, MAgazines, DVDs, Music CDs and Cassettes, Audiobooks, Sci-Fi, Children’s Books.  Meijer Branch, 2699 Airport Road, Jackson.

The Jackson Recreation Department presents Jackson Basketball Skills Camp with Basketball University.  Starting today and continuing on Wednesdays through May 2.  5:45 PM:  1st-2nd graders;  6:45 PM:  3rd-5th graders; 7:45 PM:  6th -8th graders.  Cost is $20 for JPS District residents, $40 for non-JPS District residents.  Middle School at Parkside.  Registration details: 788-4040.

Red Cross Blood Drive, 11 AM to 5:45 PM at First Presbyterian Church, 743 West Michigan Avenue, Jackson.  Volunteer blood donors are needed to help ensure lifesaving blood products are available for patients this spring.  www.redcrossblood.org.

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 10 AM SUNDAY...

* WHAT...Mixed precipitation. Additional snow accumulations of up to two inches and ice accumulations of a light glaze.

* IMPACTS...Plan on slippery road conditions.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Snow will spread back into the area overnight with snowfall of up to two inches possible. near and south of I-94 there may be a slight mixture with sleet and freezing rain. Significant icing is not expected. Roads will become slippery overnight.

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