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Senior Citizen Meals Served at the Atlanta & Hi//man Senior Centers Monday - Thursday Lewiston dinners on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday Cost: less than 60 = $6; 60+ = $3 donation Reservations and questions by 11 a.m. Soup and salad = $1 Birthday Day Turkey Dinners: Atlanta, January 9; Hillman, January 30; Lewiston, January 15 Menus subject to change January 2-4 Wednesday: Chef's Choice Thursday: Atlanta & Hillman - Baked chicken, rice pilaf, peas, mixed vegetables, fruit or fruit juice. Lewiston: Chef's Choice. Friday: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, wax beans, fruit cocktail, roll. January 7-11 Monday: Baked pork chops, seasoned boiled potatoes, coleslaw, corn, applesauce. Tuesday: Chili, green beans, tossed salad, cornbread, peaches, cookies. Wednesday: Smoked sausage, mac and cheese, peas/ carrots, bread, mixed fruit, stewed tomatoes. Thursday: Stuffed peppers, mashed potatoes, creamed corn, fruit cocktail. Friday: Chicken Ala King over biscuits, winter blend vegetables, tossed salad, pears. January 14-18 Monday: Liver and onions, Augratin potatoes, peas, tossed salad, baked apple slices. Tuesday: Beef vegetable stew, green beans, biscuit, coleslaw, jello. Wednesday: Chicken Ala King over biscuits, winter blend vegetables, pears, fruit juice. Thursday: Spaghetti with meat sauce, broccoli, coleslaw, garlic toast, peaches. Friday: Pork roast, roasted potatoes, cauliflower w/cheese sauce, applesauce, fruit or fruit juice. January 21-24 Monday: Chicken and dumplings, carrots, 3 bean salad, fruit cocktail, jello salad. Tuesday: Atlanta & Hillman: Pork mast, roasted potatoes, cauliflower with cheese sauce, applesauce. Lewiston: Beef vegetable stew, green beans, biscuit, blueberries. Wednesday: Cheeseburger, oven fries, beets, pineapple, pudding. Thursday: Atlanta & Hillman: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes/gravy, wax beans, fruit cocktail, roll. Lewiston: Baked Chicken, rice pilaf, peas, stewed tomatoes. Friday: Cheeseburger, fries, beets, pineapple. January 28-31 Monday: Ham steak, sweet potatoes, mixed vegetables, fruit cocktaiL. Tuesday: Chicken alfredo over noodles, broccoli, snap peas, mandarin oranges, cookie. Wednesday: Smoked sausage, mac and cheese, peas/ carrots, bread, mixed fruit. Thursday: Salmon patties, baked potato, green beans, corn bread, fruit or fruit juice. Soup and salad bar are open at 4 p.m. Dinner is served at 5 p.m. Please call in the week prior for reservations for the i _ birthday dinner. L  Warning: Cellular phone texting scam The Michigan State Police, Alpena Post is warning area residents to be aware of a widespread cellular telephone texting scare. F/Lt. Mike Hahn said that citizens began receiving a text message on Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012 and that it is clearly a type of"phishing" scam. The text message, "AAA CU NOTICE: Your CARD 4235XX has been DEACTIVATED. Please call 989-244-5373," is de- signed to get people to call the provided telephone number, thinking that one of their credit cards has been erroneously deactivated. "AAA Credit Union is made up financial insti- tution and the number 4235XX is a random number that shouldn't coincide with anyone's actual credit card. Once they get a caller on the line, the person's attempting to defraud citizens will attempt to get the caller to reveal information about their actual credit card number, expira- tion date, and credit union. Once they have that informa- tion they can begin using the victims card to make pur- chases," Hahn said. Anyone who has called the number and revealed informa- tion about their actual credit card(s), credit union, and personal information numbers and/or codes should con- tact the credit union institution(s) that issued the card(s), and cancel them immediately. For additional information, call the MSP Alpena Post at 989-354-4101. Learn to borrow library books on your Kindle, Nook or iPad Did Santa bring you a new eReader or tablet computer this Christmas? If so, the Montmorency County Libraries would like to help you learn how to borrow and download library books. Classes will be offered to the public this month at all three county library branches. If you have a Kindle, Nook, iPad, or other tablet device you are invited to attend and learn how to use the library's digital media system. The classes will be held as follows: Lewiston Library: Tuesday, Jan. 15, 6 p.m. Up to 20 students can attend free, courtesy of the Friends of the Lewiston Library. Call 786-2985 to register. Atlanta Library: Tuesday, Jan. 22, 6 p.m. Cost is $10. Call 785-3941 to register. Hlllman Library: Tuesday, Jan. 29, 6 p.m. Cost is $10. Call 742-4021 to register. Library patrons can borrow up to five books at once to read on digital devices such as laptop computers or tablets such as the Kindle, Nook, and iPad. The event will be conducted by ]im Young, a local computer constiltant. Participants will receive printed instructions for their par- ticular device, and help getting it configured for library borrowing. You will need to bring the following: your tablet device; your library card number; and your usemame and pass- word for Amazon.com (for the Kindle), or for Barnesandnoble.com (for the Nook). If you have any tech- nical questions before the class, feel free to call Jim Young at 989-858-3530. iiiii Wednesday, January 2, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune 3 Delta is ready for a new home for the new year Happy New Year everyone! I would like to introduce myself to you. My name is Delta and I'm a Labrador pit bull terrier mix. l'mjust barely over a year old, which makes me just a "kid" in dog years. Full of fun and games, I have energy and lo'e to run and play, and when it snows I love it even more. I have a great personality and I love people of all sizes. I'm not shy with anyone. I'm very happy and outgoing, and willing to learn newthings. I'mhousebroken and don't seem to want to chew things up...I have much better things to dot I have been at the shelter for awhile now, and it has gotten to feel like home to me. I get good meals, attention, playtime...everything a dog needs right? Well, it's not for me, Iwant arealhome. Onewhere I canhave awhole house to wander around in whenever I want, follow my person around, go outside to play or potty more often, cud up on a couch or dog bed for quiet naps (really hard to get a nap in at the shelter), or lay my head on my persons leg just to get my head gently stroked. I'm always up for a new adventure. All of this I would like to have in the New Year, start it off right, in the right place with the right people! I could be the dog you have been looking for and I'm right here at the shelter waiting for the person I have been looking for. I'm already spayed, have all my shots and even a microchip. I'm sure everyone has been busy with all the holiday activities and maybe didn't want to bring a new dog home with all the hustle and bustle that goes on, maybe some traveling or maybe just many visitors, but that's all done and over with. It's a new year now, with some quiet months ahead so maybe nowwould be a good time to add a new friend in your life, and maybe that new friend could be me- Delta! Just stop by the shelter or give them a call at 989-785-3738. I hope to see you soon. Love, Delta. Open mike and potluck The Comins, MI open mike and potluck will be held Friday, January 11, 2013 at the Open Mike Productions bu'.dding located on the comer or Seymore and First Street, one block west of M-33. The potluck will be held from 6:30- 7 p.m., with music to follow. Pickin' for People, January006 Pickin' for People Open Mike will be held Sunday, January 6, 2013 at the Beaver Lake Community Church on the corner of M65 South and Beaver Lake Road, Lachine. It will be held from 6-8 p.m., with dessert following. Musicians and singers are welcome to participate. An offering will be received, which will benefit Joseph's Store- house food pantry. Senior Citizen Meals Served at the Atlanta & Hi//man Senior Centers Monday - Thursday Lewiston dinners on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday Cost: less than 60 = $6; 60+ = $3 donation Reservations and questions by 11 a.m. Soup and salad = $1 Birthday Day Turkey Dinners: Atlanta, January 9; Hillman, January 30; Lewiston, January 15 Menus subject to change January 2-4 Wednesday: Chef's Choice Thursday: Atlanta & Hillman - Baked chicken, rice pilaf, peas, mixed vegetables, fruit or fruit juice. Lewiston: Chef's Choice. Friday: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, wax beans, fruit cocktail, roll. January 7-11 Monday: Baked pork chops, seasoned boiled potatoes, coleslaw, corn, applesauce. Tuesday: Chili, green beans, tossed salad, cornbread, peaches, cookies. Wednesday: Smoked sausage, mac and cheese, peas/ carrots, bread, mixed fruit, stewed tomatoes. Thursday: Stuffed peppers, mashed potatoes, creamed corn, fruit cocktail. Friday: Chicken Ala King over biscuits, winter blend vegetables, tossed salad, pears. January 14-18 Monday: Liver and onions, Augratin potatoes, peas, tossed salad, baked apple slices. Tuesday: Beef vegetable stew, green beans, biscuit, coleslaw, jello. Wednesday: Chicken Ala King over biscuits, winter blend vegetables, pears, fruit juice. Thursday: Spaghetti with meat sauce, broccoli, coleslaw, garlic toast, peaches. Friday: Pork roast, roasted potatoes, cauliflower w/cheese sauce, applesauce, fruit or fruit juice. January 21-24 Monday: Chicken and dumplings, carrots, 3 bean salad, fruit cocktail, jello salad. Tuesday: Atlanta & Hillman: Pork mast, roasted potatoes, cauliflower with cheese sauce, applesauce. Lewiston: Beef vegetable stew, green beans, biscuit, blueberries. Wednesday: Cheeseburger, oven fries, beets, pineapple, pudding. Thursday: Atlanta & Hillman: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes/gravy, wax beans, fruit cocktail, roll. Lewiston: Baked Chicken, rice pilaf, peas, stewed tomatoes. Friday: Cheeseburger, fries, beets, pineapple. January 28-31 Monday: Ham steak, sweet potatoes, mixed vegetables, fruit cocktaiL. Tuesday: Chicken alfredo over noodles, broccoli, snap peas, mandarin oranges, cookie. Wednesday: Smoked sausage, mac and cheese, peas/ carrots, bread, mixed fruit. Thursday: Salmon patties, baked potato, green beans, corn bread, fruit or fruit juice. Soup and salad bar are open at 4 p.m. Dinner is served at 5 p.m. Please call in the week prior for reservations for the i _ birthday dinner. L  Warning: Cellular phone texting scam The Michigan State Police, Alpena Post is warning area residents to be aware of a widespread cellular telephone texting scare. F/Lt. Mike Hahn said that citizens began receiving a text message on Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012 and that it is clearly a type of"phishing" scam. The text message, "AAA CU NOTICE: Your CARD 4235XX has been DEACTIVATED. Please call 989-244-5373," is de- signed to get people to call the provided telephone number, thinking that one of their credit cards has been erroneously deactivated. "AAA Credit Union is made up financial insti- tution and the number 4235XX is a random number that shouldn't coincide with anyone's actual credit card. Once they get a caller on the line, the person's attempting to defraud citizens will attempt to get the caller to reveal information about their actual credit card number, expira- tion date, and credit union. Once they have that informa- tion they can begin using the victims card to make pur- chases," Hahn said. Anyone who has called the number and revealed informa- tion about their actual credit card(s), credit union, and personal information numbers and/or codes should con- tact the credit union institution(s) that issued the card(s), and cancel them immediately. For additional information, call the MSP Alpena Post at 989-354-4101. Learn to borrow library books on your Kindle, Nook or iPad Did Santa bring you a new eReader or tablet computer this Christmas? If so, the Montmorency County Libraries would like to help you learn how to borrow and download library books. Classes will be offered to the public this month at all three county library branches. If you have a Kindle, Nook, iPad, or other tablet device you are invited to attend and learn how to use the library's digital media system. The classes will be held as follows: Lewiston Library: Tuesday, Jan. 15, 6 p.m. Up to 20 students can attend free, courtesy of the Friends of the Lewiston Library. Call 786-2985 to register. Atlanta Library: Tuesday, Jan. 22, 6 p.m. Cost is $10. Call 785-3941 to register. Hlllman Library: Tuesday, Jan. 29, 6 p.m. Cost is $10. Call 742-4021 to register. Library patrons can borrow up to five books at once to read on digital devices such as laptop computers or tablets such as the Kindle, Nook, and iPad. The event will be conducted by ]im Young, a local computer constiltant. Participants will receive printed instructions for their par- ticular device, and help getting it configured for library borrowing. You will need to bring the following: your tablet device; your library card number; and your usemame and pass- word for Amazon.com (for the Kindle), or for Barnesandnoble.com (for the Nook). If you have any tech- nical questions before the class, feel free to call Jim Young at 989-858-3530. iiiii Wednesday, January 2, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune 3 Delta is ready for a new home for the new year Happy New Year everyone! I would like to introduce myself to you. My name is Delta and I'm a Labrador pit bull terrier mix. l'mjust barely over a year old, which makes me just a "kid" in dog years. Full of fun and games, I have energy and lo'e to run and play, and when it snows I love it even more. I have a great personality and I love people of all sizes. I'm not shy with anyone. I'm very happy and outgoing, and willing to learn newthings. I'mhousebroken and don't seem to want to chew things up...I have much better things to dot I have been at the shelter for awhile now, and it has gotten to feel like home to me. I get good meals, attention, playtime...everything a dog needs right? Well, it's not for me, Iwant arealhome. Onewhere I canhave awhole house to wander around in whenever I want, follow my person around, go outside to play or potty more often, cud up on a couch or dog bed for quiet naps (really hard to get a nap in at the shelter), or lay my head on my persons leg just to get my head gently stroked. I'm always up for a new adventure. All of this I would like to have in the New Year, start it off right, in the right place with the right people! I could be the dog you have been looking for and I'm right here at the shelter waiting for the person I have been looking for. I'm already spayed, have all my shots and even a microchip. I'm sure everyone has been busy with all the holiday activities and maybe didn't want to bring a new dog home with all the hustle and bustle that goes on, maybe some traveling or maybe just many visitors, but that's all done and over with. It's a new year now, with some quiet months ahead so maybe nowwould be a good time to add a new friend in your life, and maybe that new friend could be me- Delta! Just stop by the shelter or give them a call at 989-785-3738. I hope to see you soon. Love, Delta. Open mike and potluck The Comins, MI open mike and potluck will be held Friday, January 11, 2013 at the Open Mike Productions bu'.dding located on the comer or Seymore and First Street, one block west of M-33. The potluck will be held from 6:30- 7 p.m., with music to follow. Pickin' for People, January006 Pickin' for People Open Mike will be held Sunday, January 6, 2013 at the Beaver Lake Community Church on the corner of M65 South and Beaver Lake Road, Lachine. It will be held from 6-8 p.m., with dessert following. Musicians and singers are welcome to participate. An offering will be received, which will benefit Joseph's Store- house food pantry.