“Why do you feel it is important to vote this election year?”
Macro (Bio Medical Sciences)
“There are so many issues that can change this year, one of them being changes such as Health Care.”
Associates in science
“It is important to vote, because each candidate has different views on the middle class economy, which is the bulk of our students and America. It is important to vote, also because it will affect your life as a citizen. The next four years of your life are in your hands.”
“It is the basis of our democracy. Voting is how we express our opinions, and there is more at stake this election, because of the condition of our country.”
“The economy needs to be fixed. Romney’s for the rich and not the middle class. It is important that you vote because we need to vote for someone that will represent us, to create jobs and eliminate homelessness.”
Physical therapy assistant
“This is the actual election that both candidates can make big changes. Both candidates have differences in opinions, and thoughts. It is important to vote for the one that will benefit the majority.”
To help cover adoption fees, an anonymous supporter has offered to help cover the cost of any pet featured in the Erie Square Gazette. For more information on adopting these pets, contact the Sanilac County Humane Society at (810) 657-8962 or e-mail them at societypets @att.net. You can also visit their webpage and check out the other adorable adoptees at www. petfinder .com /shelters/ MI278.html. For more information call 989-5584.
Alice a female Huskey
Alice is a female Husky who is house trained. She has black, gray, blue, or silver fur, and is spayed and up-to-date with routine shots. Her adoption fee is only $175.00.
Frosty, a male Spinx/Siamese Mix
Frosty is a young male white, cream point Sphinx/ Siamese mix. He is neutered, house trained, and up-to-date on routine shots. His adoption fee is only $75.