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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.


* 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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