1. Fife & Drum Corps Meeting
The hosts a recruiting meeting for students and their families at 7 tonight in choir room.
2. U.S. Dictator?
To honor the 75th anniversary of the Federal Theatre Project, the and its parent group, the , along with professional actors from the area will do a reading of Sinclair Lewis' play, at 7 tonight at , 50400 Cherry Hill Rd. Admission is $5.
3. Winners: Canton Boys Soccer Team
The boys soccer team scored its sixth straight District 5 victory over Novi in a 3-1 game on Saturday. The Chiefs advance to a match against Dearborn at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Saline High School.
4. Plymouth High's Great Girl Golfers
girls golf team, meanwhile, just won its first MHSAA regional golf tournament, first conference title and third straight division title with a 10-0 dual-match season. Kelsey Murphy won the conference title for the third straight year, shooting a 73. Sarah Thompson led the Wildcats at regionals with a 79. At the state tourney, played at The Meadows at Grand Valley, the Wildcats finished third in state competition, despite 30 mile-an-hour winds which were gusting to 55 mph wrote Coach Chris Moore in an email to Canton Patch. Kelsey Murphy finished third at state with a two-day total of 158 while Sarah Thompson, 14th in the state, scored 187 during the same two days of play.
5. Michigan's Haunted History
John E.L. Tenney of A&E's Paranormal State presents Michigan's top 10 most-haunted places at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the 's community room. Find out why ghost hunters from around the world find our state so fasinating. This highly visual program is limiited to those ages 12 and older. Free