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4 Wednesday, January 2, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune All Around Atlanta by Glodu Schultz Thursday, Jan. 3:11 a.m., Water Aerobics, A Win-Sands Motel; Noon, Atlanta Lions Club, Eagles Hall Friday, Jan. 4:9 a.m., Exercise, Se- nior Center Monday, ]an. 7:9 a.m., Exercise, Senior Center; 4-8 p.m., Michigan Works! Free Education Classes, Michi- ganWorks! 6:30 p.m., Cub Scout Troop 3089, Assembly of God Church Tuesday, Jan. 8:11 a.m., WaterAero- bics, A Win-Sands Motel; 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Caring Place, Atlanta Church of Christ; 2 p.m., Knitpickers, Senior Cen- ter, Atlanta; 7 p.m., Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Chamber Office; 7 p.m., Montmorency County Conservation Club, Senior Center; 7 p.m., American Legion, Post Home Wednesday, Jan. 9:9 a.m., Mont- morency County Board of Commis- sioners, Courthouse; 9 a.m., Exercise, Senior Center; 1-4.p.m., Baby Basket, Atlanta Congregational Church; 4-8 p.m., Michigan Works! Free Education Classes, Michigan Works!; 6 p.m., Eagles Aerie, Eagles Club Hello, Atlanta! Wet and heavy snow- fall brought power outages to our area and drove people to motels and friends houses. We still have a lot of snow accumulation and outages are still scattered around. I would like to sincerely thank my Mom, Iola Bennett, and my guardian angels for all their kindness and help in getting through the last week. We truly appreciate Jay Cunningham, Jr., Run Brooks, Caleb and Matt, Pam and Brad, Chatter, A Win-Sands Motel staff, Bernie Neilsen and the Ellison family (The deli-lady), and anyone else who did random acts of kindness for us. Thank you again. An eReader class will be held at the Atlanta Library Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 6 p.m. Learn to borrow library books on your Kindle, Nook, iPad, or Android tablet. Cost is $10. Call 765-3941 to register. Happy birthday wishes to Jeff Flynn, Kevin Hooker, Ada Orm, Shannon Campbell, Karen Matelski, Cathlen Bowman, and Iulie Barker, Jan. 3; Luanne Bungard, Jorja Strieff, Debbie Klein, and Annette VanSickle, Jan. 4; Christina Ferguson, Clinton Grandlund, Alyssa Carigon, and leramiahBarber, Ian. 5;WendyKeetch, Micki Forrester, Doug Parker, and Mike Eising, Jan. 6; lake Sherbonda, Steve Showlter, and Connor Deo, Jan. 7; Brent Klein, Phoenix Monroe, Julie Zadorski, Jack Pyle, and Chelsea LaPorte, Jan. 8; Alan Freeman, John Strieff, Stephen Docherty, Gall Zann, Sierra Looney, and Andy Englehart, Jan. 9. Happy anniversarywishes to Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bickley, Jan. 3; Jim and Carole Needham, Jan. 4; and Larry and Pam Valentine, Jan. 6 Sincere sympathy to the family and friends of Maude Elert. We will keep you in our prayers. Please say a healing prayer or send a cheerful card to Andrea Mellengen, Larry Cunningham, Deborah Thomp- son, Richard Gall, Seanelle Dice, and Helen Carey. Also, please say a prayer to keep our troops, here in the states and on foreign lands, safe. Congratulations to Fred and Kara Balls on the birth of their baby girl, Aria, who was born Dec. 12 and weighed in at 5 lb., 6 oz. Grandparents are Jim and Shelly Teets, and Great- Grandma is Wilma Kennedy. The amateur dog sled races will be held, depending on the amount of snow we have by then, on Saturday and Sunday,/an. 19 and 20 at the Clear Lake Park Day Use Area. Matt Woudenberg is still involved in the event, and you can direct any ques- tions to him at 989-785-4295 or 231- 420-6320. The Sno*Drift Rally will be held on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 25 and 26 in Montmorency County. The event brings in a lot of people, so if you have rooms to rent or want to volunteer to help, go to the web site to get info. If you have any meetings, events, birthdays, anniversaries, parties, fundraisers, etc. forthe column, please contact me by Wednesday at gjschultz@voyager.net, 989-785-4771, or 10955 S. Baker Rd., Atlanta, MI 49709. I hope you have a safe and happy week! WEAR SUNGLASSES Every day that you&apos;re outside, you're exposed to dangerous, but invisible, ultraviolet (UV) sunlight. Left unprotected, prolonged exposure to UV radiation can seriously damage the eye, leading to cataracts, skin cancer around the eyelid and other eye disorders. Protecting your eyes is important to maintaining eye health now and in the future. Shield your eyes (and your family's eyes) from harmful UV rays. Wear sunglasses with maximum UV protection. :-L;:;!.;'3:<-;':!;. A ;]!i!];;:; sq,. E:;" C T=.:; ?:7 f;Y:: .-.T- Y SI::: .,: :]{;;i i THEVISlONCOUNCIL j,,,,,,cu.oms,,.,, 00unrise Engraved & Relief Routed Wood Signs[ John & Karen Gibson 16420 HanNOOd Rd, Atlanta 989-619-7697 I jkcustomsigns@hughes.net I I COMMUNICATIONS, LL New probate iit :e sworn in Continued from page 1 However, he also said being a judge is rewarding because of the opportunities to resolve conflicts, heal family rela- tionships, help those struggling with decisions regarding loved ones who are incapacitated, and intervene in cases of abuse or neglect. "Now that you've been swom in, you can be sworn at," Fitzgerald joked near the end of the ceremony. Judge Michael G. Mack, circuit court, welcomed Bolser's enthusiasm and, as a bit of friendly advice, told him not to forget to mention his wife during speaking engagements. Bolser said he was honored by the number of people who had attended the ceremony, as the courtroom filled to standing room only. "I look forward to the challenge I have before me for the next six years," Bolser said. Gifts presented to Bolser included two different name- plates with his new rifle, a judicial robe and a canvass containing the Prayer for Lawyers and Judges. THINK OF IT AS AN OWNER'S MANUAL FOR YOUR MONEY. "il ................. 2:'i" The free Consumer Action Handbook. It's in print and online at ConsumerAction.gov. Order your free copy online at ConsumerAction.gov or write to Handbook, Pueblo, CO 81009. Atlanta Hillman Lake Avalon Ess Lake Long Lake Rush Lake Canada Creek Ranch HIGH-SPEED INTERNE[ Onaway CABLE 111 & TELEPHONE 989-733-8100 1 877-733-8101 I WWW.SRC-MI.COM Day High Low Dec. 24 25 21 25 26 17 26 22 17 27 24 2 28 23 1 29 24 7 30 30 12 The Atlanta area received 0.02" percipitation and 0.8" of snow. Source: US Weather Bureau Reaching out to the needy and hurting is a good way to love your neighbor as yourself. We need your support in this endeavor. "The Caring Place" Atlanta Church of Christ 11651 M-33 -Atlanta, M149709 Thank yj Year Tax Ved=tappert [[ ATLANTA THUNDER BAY EAGLES Thursday night Steak Night from 5-8 p.m., while the steaks last! $10 gets you an 8 oz. New York Strip steak, baked potato, salad bar and a roll. Second and Fourth !, Friday Fish Fry M-32 West of Atlanta OPen to the Public I 785-4077 I II Read the Tribune on the Web! - Reminder- Please clean out the snow at your mailbox so that your postal carrier can get to your mailbox. Thank you! $1,000 REWARD For information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the damage that occurred to trees and plantings at the little stone cottage on M32 across from the Family Dollar store in Atlanta. While the owner was away, over 21 of his carefully tended trees and bushes were chain sawed and left apparently simply as an act of malicious destruction. The owner is a hard working man who has taken any spare moment over the last 15 years to beautify his yard, and Atlanta, with numerous flowers, trees and shrubs and Is devastated to receive word of this senseless destruction of beauty and years of dedicated care. If you have any information or if you heard or saw anything, please report it to the Montmorency County Sheriff Department at 989-785-4238. E.J. Paul Agency, LLC Atlanta Mike Paul and Bob J., Agents Office: 785-4578 Res: 785-4849 It only takes one fire... To destroy a lifetime of dreams. Without proper coverage, you chance losing what fire destroys. Don't court disaster. See us about updating your present policy. TABLE Hours: THE DINNER Sun.-Thurs. ga.m.-7 p.m. 11839 M-33 North of Fri. g Sat. 9 a.m.-$ p.m. 989-785-0151 . . Breakfast Special: Eggs, potatoes, sausage or bacon, toast, coffee or tea - $3  r* LunchSpecial: Free order of potato wedges with any sandwich orde . II@IIV maa lesda UrS@AV [llav. ". alrllav :; 4 Wednesday, January 2, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune All Around Atlanta by Glodu Schultz Thursday, Jan. 3:11 a.m., Water Aerobics, A Win-Sands Motel; Noon, Atlanta Lions Club, Eagles Hall Friday, Jan. 4:9 a.m., Exercise, Se- nior Center Monday, ]an. 7:9 a.m., Exercise, Senior Center; 4-8 p.m., Michigan Works! Free Education Classes, Michi- ganWorks! 6:30 p.m., Cub Scout Troop 3089, Assembly of God Church Tuesday, Jan. 8:11 a.m., WaterAero- bics, A Win-Sands Motel; 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Caring Place, Atlanta Church of Christ; 2 p.m., Knitpickers, Senior Cen- ter, Atlanta; 7 p.m., Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Chamber Office; 7 p.m., Montmorency County Conservation Club, Senior Center; 7 p.m., American Legion, Post Home Wednesday, Jan. 9:9 a.m., Mont- morency County Board of Commis- sioners, Courthouse; 9 a.m., Exercise, Senior Center; 1-4.p.m., Baby Basket, Atlanta Congregational Church; 4-8 p.m., Michigan Works! Free Education Classes, Michigan Works!; 6 p.m., Eagles Aerie, Eagles Club Hello, Atlanta! Wet and heavy snow- fall brought power outages to our area and drove people to motels and friends houses. We still have a lot of snow accumulation and outages are still scattered around. I would like to sincerely thank my Mom, Iola Bennett, and my guardian angels for all their kindness and help in getting through the last week. We truly appreciate Jay Cunningham, Jr., Run Brooks, Caleb and Matt, Pam and Brad, Chatter, A Win-Sands Motel staff, Bernie Neilsen and the Ellison family (The deli-lady), and anyone else who did random acts of kindness for us. Thank you again. An eReader class will be held at the Atlanta Library Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 6 p.m. Learn to borrow library books on your Kindle, Nook, iPad, or Android tablet. Cost is $10. Call 765-3941 to register. Happy birthday wishes to Jeff Flynn, Kevin Hooker, Ada Orm, Shannon Campbell, Karen Matelski, Cathlen Bowman, and Iulie Barker, Jan. 3; Luanne Bungard, Jorja Strieff, Debbie Klein, and Annette VanSickle, Jan. 4; Christina Ferguson, Clinton Grandlund, Alyssa Carigon, and leramiahBarber, Ian. 5;WendyKeetch, Micki Forrester, Doug Parker, and Mike Eising, Jan. 6; lake Sherbonda, Steve Showlter, and Connor Deo, Jan. 7; Brent Klein, Phoenix Monroe, Julie Zadorski, Jack Pyle, and Chelsea LaPorte, Jan. 8; Alan Freeman, John Strieff, Stephen Docherty, Gall Zann, Sierra Looney, and Andy Englehart, Jan. 9. Happy anniversarywishes to Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bickley, Jan. 3; Jim and Carole Needham, Jan. 4; and Larry and Pam Valentine, Jan. 6 Sincere sympathy to the family and friends of Maude Elert. We will keep you in our prayers. Please say a healing prayer or send a cheerful card to Andrea Mellengen, Larry Cunningham, Deborah Thomp- son, Richard Gall, Seanelle Dice, and Helen Carey. Also, please say a prayer to keep our troops, here in the states and on foreign lands, safe. Congratulations to Fred and Kara Balls on the birth of their baby girl, Aria, who was born Dec. 12 and weighed in at 5 lb., 6 oz. Grandparents are Jim and Shelly Teets, and Great- Grandma is Wilma Kennedy. The amateur dog sled races will be held, depending on the amount of snow we have by then, on Saturday and Sunday,/an. 19 and 20 at the Clear Lake Park Day Use Area. Matt Woudenberg is still involved in the event, and you can direct any ques- tions to him at 989-785-4295 or 231- 420-6320. The Sno*Drift Rally will be held on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 25 and 26 in Montmorency County. The event brings in a lot of people, so if you have rooms to rent or want to volunteer to help, go to the web site to get info. If you have any meetings, events, birthdays, anniversaries, parties, fundraisers, etc. forthe column, please contact me by Wednesday at gjschultz@voyager.net, 989-785-4771, or 10955 S. Baker Rd., Atlanta, MI 49709. I hope you have a safe and happy week! WEAR SUNGLASSES Every day that you're outside, you're exposed to dangerous, but invisible, ultraviolet (UV) sunlight. Left unprotected, prolonged exposure to UV radiation can seriously damage the eye, leading to cataracts, skin cancer around the eyelid and other eye disorders. Protecting your eyes is important to maintaining eye health now and in the future. Shield your eyes (and your family's eyes) from harmful UV rays. Wear sunglasses with maximum UV protection. :-L;:;!.;'3:<-;':!;. A ;]!i!];;:; sq,. E:;" C T=.:; ?:7 f;Y:: .-.T- Y SI::: .,: :]{;;i i THEVISlONCOUNCIL j,,,,,,cu.oms,,.,, 00unrise Engraved & Relief Routed Wood Signs[ John & Karen Gibson 16420 HanNOOd Rd, Atlanta 989-619-7697 I jkcustomsigns@hughes.net I I COMMUNICATIONS, LL New probate iit :e sworn in Continued from page 1 However, he also said being a judge is rewarding because of the opportunities to resolve conflicts, heal family rela- tionships, help those struggling with decisions regarding loved ones who are incapacitated, and intervene in cases of abuse or neglect. "Now that you've been swom in, you can be sworn at," Fitzgerald joked near the end of the ceremony. Judge Michael G. Mack, circuit court, welcomed Bolser's enthusiasm and, as a bit of friendly advice, told him not to forget to mention his wife during speaking engagements. Bolser said he was honored by the number of people who had attended the ceremony, as the courtroom filled to standing room only. "I look forward to the challenge I have before me for the next six years," Bolser said. Gifts presented to Bolser included two different name- plates with his new rifle, a judicial robe and a canvass containing the Prayer for Lawyers and Judges. THINK OF IT AS AN OWNER'S MANUAL FOR YOUR MONEY. "il ................. 2:'i" The free Consumer Action Handbook. It's in print and online at ConsumerAction.gov. Order your free copy online at ConsumerAction.gov or write to Handbook, Pueblo, CO 81009. Atlanta Hillman Lake Avalon Ess Lake Long Lake Rush Lake Canada Creek Ranch HIGH-SPEED INTERNE[ Onaway CABLE 111 & TELEPHONE 989-733-8100 1 877-733-8101 I WWW.SRC-MI.COM Day High Low Dec. 24 25 21 25 26 17 26 22 17 27 24 2 28 23 1 29 24 7 30 30 12 The Atlanta area received 0.02" percipitation and 0.8" of snow. Source: US Weather Bureau Reaching out to the needy and hurting is a good way to love your neighbor as yourself. We need your support in this endeavor. "The Caring Place" Atlanta Church of Christ 11651 M-33 -Atlanta, M149709 Thank yj Year Tax Ved=tappert [[ ATLANTA THUNDER BAY EAGLES Thursday night Steak Night from 5-8 p.m., while the steaks last! $10 gets you an 8 oz. New York Strip steak, baked potato, salad bar and a roll. Second and Fourth !, Friday Fish Fry M-32 West of Atlanta OPen to the Public I 785-4077 I II Read the Tribune on the Web! - Reminder- Please clean out the snow at your mailbox so that your postal carrier can get to your mailbox. Thank you! $1,000 REWARD For information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the damage that occurred to trees and plantings at the little stone cottage on M32 across from the Family Dollar store in Atlanta. While the owner was away, over 21 of his carefully tended trees and bushes were chain sawed and left apparently simply as an act of malicious destruction. The owner is a hard working man who has taken any spare moment over the last 15 years to beautify his yard, and Atlanta, with numerous flowers, trees and shrubs and Is devastated to receive word of this senseless destruction of beauty and years of dedicated care. If you have any information or if you heard or saw anything, please report it to the Montmorency County Sheriff Department at 989-785-4238. E.J. Paul Agency, LLC Atlanta Mike Paul and Bob J., Agents Office: 785-4578 Res: 785-4849 It only takes one fire... To destroy a lifetime of dreams. Without proper coverage, you chance losing what fire destroys. Don't court disaster. See us about updating your present policy. TABLE Hours: THE DINNER Sun.-Thurs. ga.m.-7 p.m. 11839 M-33 North of Fri. g Sat. 9 a.m.-$ p.m. 989-785-0151 . . Breakfast Special: Eggs, potatoes, sausage or bacon, toast, coffee or tea - $3  r* LunchSpecial: Free order of potato wedges with any sandwich orde . II@IIV maa lesda UrS@AV [llav. ". alrllav :;