Three night stay at Hyatt Re-
gency London: The Churchill
with Airfare for two.
Choose your Live TV
Show Experience in NYC:
Three night trip for two to
Napa Valley Wine Country
at Meritage Resort and Spa,
Featuring Chauffeur Driven
Wine Tour, Wine Train, 3-Night
Stay and Airfare for (two).
Three-night Stay with Airfare for
two. Enjoy live taping of your
choice of The Daily Show with
Jon Stewart, Late Show with
David Letterman or The
Or any of these Sensational Prizes:
socorid Prizw: Seven night stay in luxury resort condo in Honolulu,
$25 each or
Scottsdale, Palm Springs or many other resort destinations
5 for $100
25,000 Northwest Airlines Worldperks Miles redeemable for
travel on Northwest Airlines (Subject to airline restrictions)
BUY YOUR TICKETS ONLINE AT
Drawing: Friday, April 10, 2009 5:30 p.m.
Anon Softon, LLC
I It ■ .1 \ 1
A44 April 2 & 2009
" WEIGHT LMS CLINIC'
f an iNe-Cf of:
WE'RE PART OF THE TEA,.
org/rafflo or call
n January, Jim Hiller pulled
all cigarettes from his seven
grocery stores and announced
he no longer would enable this dan-
gerous habit. In March, Gov. Jennifer
Granholm and Janet Olszewski,
director of the state of Michigan's
Department of Community Health,
named him a 2009 Hometown
Health Hero for his decisive actions.
"This was not a business deci-
sion," said Jim Hiller, CEO of
Oakland County-based Hiller's
Markets. "My personal beliefs are
intertwined in my business ethos
and to continue to sell cigarettes
runs contrary to my personal com-
mitment to this community and its
"There are all kinds of vices and
unhealthy products for sale — but
cigarettes aren't only dangerous to
those who smoke them. The effects
of cigarette smoke can kill people
who live and work with smokers;'
he added. "Despite the right of those
who choose to smoke, I will not
make Hiller's a fellow traveler!'
Hiller voluntarily let go of
$250,000 in annual cigarette sales
and took a loss by tossing the
Michigan Public Health Hero
award winners are celebrated during
Michigan Public Health Week April
Research indicates that second-
hand smoke is especially harmful
to young children — exposure to
secondhand smoke has been linked
to respiratory infections, hospital-
ization and SIDS deaths in babies.
In the United States, 21 million chil-
dren live with smokers.
Studies show as many as 75
percent of American children have
detectable levels of cotinine, the
breakdown product of nicotine in
the bloodstream. ._2