We at the Milan Eagle hope all in our community are doing well during this crisis. We will all get through this together. In order to keep people safe and distanced we did not produce a Milan Eagle newspaper for April. Further months have not been determined as we want to adhere to state guidelines and protect the community. We appreciate all our advertisers and readers and look forward to serving everyone again.God bless.
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Rotary Club helps families in need

By Milan Eagle Media Milan Rotary Club distributed 34 baskets to help families in need during the Christmas holiday with non-perishable food and household items. The organization spent more than $2,900 on the project. Area organizations, businesses, Milan Area Schools and individuals contributed to the effort. Volunteers, including students from Milan High School, filled the […]

Winterblast is a blast!

Winterblast is a blast!

By Joyce Ervin The Milan Free Methodist Church held its annual outreach program, Winterblast, which spoke to and entertained more than 260 youngsters on March 4.  The evening’s theme was Legos playing into the event’s message of “some assembly required”. Children’s Ministry Director, Julie Caudill, told her audience during an opening prayer, “God assembles us.” […]

Grant issued to MDNR to help combat oak wilt

By Joyce Ervin In 2015, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources issued a warning concerning the pruning of red oak trees from February through April due to oak wilt, a fungus disease that threatens the extinction of red, scarlet, black, and pin oak trees.  Helping to combat the oak leaf wilt problem, the MDNR announced The […]

Eternity Matters: CELL PHONE USE AVERAGES 4.7 HOURS A DAY!

By Norma Shull Smith The word “BALANCE,” has such an impact on how we chose to live our lives and that word has resonated in my spirit so much recently. When I began to ponder on balance, my mind immediately envisioned Lady Justice Holding the Scales. Blindfolded, so as not to show favoritism, regardless of […]

By Dr. Ed Enriquez, PT, DPT, COMPT, CSST. When it comes to benefits of physical activities, the National Institute of Health (NIH) is thinking big by thinking small, really, really small. The NIH recently invested 170 million dollars to look at the molecular level changes resulting from physical activities. The program Molecular Transducer of Physical Activities in Humans, will involve studies of multiple age groups, fitness level and other demographics, and incorporate blood and tissues sampling in to exercises studies. The examples will undergo analysis “using high throughput technologies that allow rapid identification of many different biological molecules from a large number of examples”, according to a press release from NIH. “This program will lay the foundation for our understanding of how physical activities affect the human body and, ultimately, advance our understanding how activities improve and preserves health,” said NIH Director Francis Collins, MD, PHD. “Researchers and clinicians may one day be able to define optimal physical activities for people in various stages of life, as well as develop precisely target regimens for individuals with particular health needs.”

By Dr. Ed Enriquez, PT, DPT, COMPT, CSST. When it comes to benefits of physical activities, the National Institute of Health (NIH) is thinking big by thinking small, really, really small. The NIH recently invested 170 million dollars to look at the molecular level changes resulting from physical activities. The program Molecular Transducer of Physical […]

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