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The Cooperative Extension Service of Michigan State University and the County of Montmorency. submitted by Phill Secord Spring has finally arrived and with it the danger of wild- fires. As everybody cleans their yards, please remember that the danger of wildfires exist. The winter storm in De- cember brought down many trees and broke off many pine branches that are extremely flammable. If you cannot com- post or wait for snow to again cover the ground, and if you must bum your brush, remember to check the local ordi- nances for legality and that a bum permit is required, as the snow has now left the ground. Even though the wind may be calm when you start a brush pile, it can increase later. The possibility of a wind increase is one of the reasons obtaining a bum permit is mandatory. Stay with your fire. You should have tools and water avail- able on site to extinguish your fire. Remember the number one cause of wildfires in Michigan is burning debris. If there is no other option, be aware not only of your property, but your neighbors&apos; and the sur- rounding community, weather conditions, legality, and to obtain a bum permit. Be safe foremost and have a great day. 00ioSe Atlanta Hillman Lake Avalon Ess Lake Long Lake Rush Lake Creek Ranch HIGH-SPEED INTERNff, canada Onaway CABLE W & TELEPHONE 989-733-8100 1 877-733-8101 I WWW.SRC-MI.COM SHE MAY NOT LIVE TO SEE HER CHILD GROW UP She is running out of breath and running out of time... Thousands of young women are living with a deadly lung disease called LAM -- and don't know they have it. LAM is often misdiagnosed as asthma or chronic bronchitis. There is no known cure, But there is hope. Learn more about LAM. thelamfoundation.org Wednesday, April 10, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune 7 Canada Creek Ranc00 by B0rtmm Ann Steele Mother Nature Correspondent isn't done with us yet! We've had sun, wind and snow flur- ries. We hope it won't be 10ng before the grass greens up and trees bud out. We wish a happy birthday to Elmer Steele and Trish Juergens, April 13. Those interested in submitting art work or photo/computer generated images to the Voices and Visions 2013 competition need to have their item(s) in to either the Atlanta, Hillrnan or Lewiston library by Friday, April 19. The award reception will be on Thursday, May 9 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Atlanta Eagl Hall. Aimee Wood reminds everyone that the Elk Country Animal Shelter Italian Din- ner is on April 20. It is from 4-7 p.m. at the St. Francis of Assisi Church in Lewiston. Menu is Lasagna, salad, garlic bread and dessert. Always a good meal! The cost is $9 per person donation. There will also be a Chair-ity auction consisting of cleverly decorated chairs and birdhouses. It will also be the kick- offfor the UTVraffle. And, if you bring a bag or box of pet food or treats you will be entered into a special prize drawing. Almee, a cute three pound Yorkie-Maltese, was one of the 37 dogs rescued in January and adopted by Marion Wood. We had fifteen ladies at lastweek's ladies auxiliary meeting. Linda Levely reported that this year's Spring Fling is on Wednes- day, May 15 at 6 p.m. Theme is "Bloomin' Spring." There will be a choice of one of three entrees. Price is $16 per person. Angie Mowatt reported that she bought two new books for our library by aiJthors Stuart Woods and lames Patterson. Our next meeting will be Wednesday, May 1 at 10 a.m. Kudos go to Joe Bresinski for volunteer- ing with the Americorps Urban Safety Project. The group of 30 volunteers boarded up broken windows and doors and cleaned up backyards of overgrown trees and debris of three homes in Detroit. Neighbors in the area were so pleased to see this being done that they too helped clear debris and leaves. Joe was pictured on the front page of the Detroit News us- ing a chain saw on a rotted porch. ]oe is the son of member Sharon Marcrum. Do you remember that on April 12, 1955 the Salkvaccine was declared safe, potent and effective? And, almost miraculously, polio declined following the introduction of the preventive vaccine. A young grandson callehis grand- mother to wish her a happy birthday. He asked how old she was. The grandma told him 80. The grandson was quiet then asked "Did you start at 17" If you have any news for this article, please contact me by Wednesday evening at basteeleccr@hughes.net, 989-785-4865 or 8424 Brown Trail, Atlanta M149709. ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE FROM HOME *Medical, *Business, *Criminal Justice, *Hospitality. Job placement assistance. Computer and Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV authorized. 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