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8 Wednesday, April 3, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune by Gloria Schultz Wednesday, April Correspondent 3:9 a.m., Exercise, Se- nior Center; 1-4.p.m., Baby Basket, Atlanta Congregational Church; 4-8 p.m., Michigan Works! Free Education Classes, Michigan Works! Thursday, April 4:11 a.m., Water Aerobics, A W'm-Sands Motel Saturday, April 6:9 a.m.-1 a.m., Atlanta Band-A-Thon, High School Gym Monday, April 8:9 a.m., Exercise, Senior Center; 4-8 p.m., Michigan Works! Free Education Classes, Michigan Works! 6:30 p.m., Cub Scout Troop 3089, Assembly of God Church Tuesday, April 9:11 a.m., Water Aerobics,AWin-Sands Motel; 2 p.m., Knitpickers, Senior Center, Atlanta; 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Caring Place, Atlanta Church of Christ; 7 p.m., Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Chamber Office; 7 p.m., Elk Country Conser- vation Club, Senior Center; 7 p.m., American Legion Post 201, Post Home Hello, Atlanta! Well, the sun has been shining, but we still have low temperatures. A lot of the snow is gone, but ATV season is coming. Think spring! Special happy birthday wishes to my favorite niece, Karl Olney, who celebrates onApril 3, from her Mom and Dad, Jim, Gramma, me, and all her friends and relatives downstate and up north. Have a great day, honey. Special happy birthday wishes to former resident, Gladys Meston, who celebrates her 90th birthday on April 4, from her children, grandchildren, brothers and sisters-in-law, and her family and many friends. Special happy birthday wishes to my sister, Ruth Olney, who cel- ebrates her 65th birthday on April 7, from her hubby, Tim, Karl and Jim, Mom and me, and all her friends and relatives, here and downstate. Enjoy your day! Happy belated birthday to Dan Schirle who celebrated on March 28. Hope it was a great day. Happy birthday wishes to Linda Duvasl, Amy Dubey, Kristie Clickner, Allison Ellis, Vivian Weaver, and Ri- chard J. Garcia, April 3; Amber Sproul, Jacob Dobbyn, Mike Stepheson, and Lisa Root, April 4; Aaron Gadille, Roger Ellis, Jr., Earl Juergens, Maggie Winans, Mary Bickley, Savannah Folsom, and Mike Hodges, April 5; David Bickley, Brendon Dice, Bey Cornell, Duane Danks, Michael Valentine, Madison Sandefur, Martin Brancheau, and Lisa Smith, April 6; Amy Soncrainte, Howard Weaver, Rod Bidwell, Carol Needham, and Pat Mueller, April 7; Alvis Knight, Joe Offerman, Chrissy Prince, and Dylan Valentine, April 8; Pat McDonnell, Evelyn Michiels, and Tyler McMurphy, April 9. Happy anniversary wishes to Joe and Kathy Biga, April 3; and Carey and Ruth Jackson, April 4. Sincere sympathy to the family and friends of Donald William Wohlgemuth, Wanda Lee Britt, and Leeland Victor Henry Barker. We will keep you in our prayers. Please say a healing prayer or send a cheerful card to Don Forrester, Roger Peterson, Debbie Barnes Kamen, Larry Cunningham, Deborah Thompson, Richard Gall, and Helen Carey. Also, please say a prayer to keep our troops, here in the states and on foreign lands, safe. The Uptown Gifts Red Hat Society will meet at the Wedge Inn at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, April 10. If you are interested in this group, please stop by for lunch with them. Funding help is still needed for At- lanta Schools science camp, for the fifth and sixth graders. If you would like to help with funding, donations can be sent to Atlanta Community School (Science Camp Fund); P.O. Box 619; Atlanta, MI 49709. There will be a science camp spaghetti din- ner fund raiser will be held at the Eagles Club on Saturday, April 13, at 5 p.m., dinner served at 6 p.m. $!0 in advance and $12 at the door If you would like to volunteer or have auction items you would like to donate to the benefit dinner and auc- tion that will be held Sunday, April 14 for Larry Cunningham, call Tom Johnson at 989 -306' 1002 or Michelle at 989 -306- 7548The Elk CountryAni- mal Shelter will hold their 10th an- nual Italian Dinner on Saturday, April 20, from 4-7 p.m., at the St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Lewiston. Lasagna, salad, garlic bread, and dessert will be served for $9 per person. A chair-ity auction and the 2013 UTV Raffle tickets will be available. A special drawing will be held if you bring in a bag, box, or pet treats. If you have any meetings, events, birthdays, anniversaries, parties, fundraisers, etc. for the column, please contact me by Wednesday, at gj schultz@voyager.net, 989-785- Not Ashamed will have a music presentation during the 11 a.m. service on April 7 at the First Baptist Church, Lake 15 Road, Atlanta. Not Ashamed has been presenting gospel music in Michigan for 20 years and recently gone international. Come, be our guest and enjoy this talented group. The Atlanta Area Tourism Council would like to invite area businesses that would benefit from the trail system, communityleaders and trail use groups ofaU kinds to the initial "Trail Town" stakeholders meeting. The meeting will be held Monday, April 8 from 10:30 a.m. until noon at the Atlanta Senior Center, which is located on M-33, V2 mile north of M-32, Atlanta. Harry Burkholder will present "What It Means To Be A Trail Town" and "How To Create A Trail Town" master pIan. For additional information, call Bruno Wojclk at 989- 370-0268. 477L 7091.0 15o5p . yBa u rvRda happy weeld Day High Low Atlanta School THE ATLANTA EAGLES La- dies Auxiliary collected items and donated them to help children in foster care in Montmorency County for their monthly charity dona- tion for March. Seated are Bernie Miele, Tonya Blackmer and Eva Kaczor. Standing are Sharon Baird, Carol Sketch, Nancy LaFrance, Judy Siren, Com- munity Resource Coordina- tor for DHS Carrie Badergo, Karen Briggs and Wendilee Wieske. March 25 38 29 26 43 28 27 43 27 28 48 21 29 47 17 30 51 17 31 50 21 The Atlanta area received 0.11" precipitation and 0.2" of snow. Source: US Weather Bureau Planning a raffle ?[ Get numbered ! raffle tickets at the Tribune. -Breakfast and Lunch Menu Elem. - $2 / HS- $2.30 April 8-12 Monday: Breakfast -: Granola, strawberries, juice & milk. Lunch - Flat bread taco, mexican rice, pears, milk. Tuesday: Breakfast - Waffle sticks, grapes, juice & milk. 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