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Welcome to Your Mount Pleasant-Sturtevant Patch!

Our website aims to be the number one source of information for the villages.

Being the Editor for your Mount Pleasant-Sturtevant Patch feels a lot like coming home, and it should. For almost nine years I covered the villages and got to know many of you by writing about board and committee meetings, the Amtrak depot, the railroad club and more.

I've missed being part of your communities so it is with a big smile that I introduce your new Mount Pleasant-Sturtevant Patch.

We want to be your number one source of information for all things related to Mount Pleasant and Sturtevant. From businesses growing to new businesses, from village sports programs to great deals to showcasing the best of our youth to covering village board meetings, Mount Pleasant-Sturtevant Patch wants to make sure we're delivering the news you need and want to know.

To help readers find information about Mount Pleasant and Sturtevant, we've put together a comprehensive directory of companies, businesses, organizations, government offices and services, parks, schools, churches and more.

Basically, if it matters to you, it matters to us. 

We also want Mount Pleasant-Sturtevant Patch to be a great place to gather and talk about what matters to you. Sure, we want visitors to the site to read the stories posted here, but we also want readers to comment and contribute by posting special events at church or school or through the volunteering you do and by posting announcements like marriages, births, promotions at work, kids who make honor roll, and even tributes to those who have passed.

Thank you, in advance, for making your Mount Pleasant-Sturtevant Patch your first stop for information about your villages. I can't wait to meet and talk with you and to tell your stories.

Feel free to send me a note at heather.asiyanbi@patch.com or call me at (262) 664-3775.

David Cotey March 24, 2011 at 04:12 PM
Great video, Heather!

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