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8 Wednesday, April 10, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune -Hillman Hometown Happenings-- by UJ and Irmb Hello, Sun. Welcome to Hillman! Correspondent It's nice to see our good friend, Sun, who has been vacationing in thesouth. So nice to have you back in our community. I asked Sun if he knew when Warm Summer Breeze would be back, but he hid behind Cloud and seemed a little bashful. We can hope that our friend, Warm Summer Breeze, will be back soon! Please remember to drop some much-needed toilet- ties in the drop boxes located at Morrison's Family Mar: ket, Dollar General, and the Hillman VFW Post 2536. These donations are going to help out the Patriot Place, a transitional housing facility for homeless veterans in Northern Michigan. This drive is sponsored by the Michi- gan Chapter of Social Workers at Madonna University. Red Hat Gala, you will be meeting on Thursday, April 11 at 11:30 a.m. at the Hi-Way Inn in Hillman for your lunch. On April 18 you will meet at Chauncey's Pub. Lighthouse Fellowship will be meeting at the Hillman Community Center for their Sunday services until fur- ther notice. Sunday school is held at 10 a.m. and Worship service is at 11 a.m. The food bank will be closed until further notice. Call 742-4137 for more information. Remember that the annual Ladies Night Out is on Thursday, April 11 at 5 p.m. Dinner is at 6 p.m., and the auction will begin at 6:30 p.m. Call President Jamie Lis if you need tickets (742-2879) or would like to donate a handmade item for the auction. Friends and family surprised Erin and Jared Fletcher last weekend with a housewarming party. A caravan of about 15 cars and trucks made their way from mom and dad Scramlins house along Co. Rd. 451 to the Fletchers' new home, where avery surprised couple welcome about 35 people into their home. Baby Addison entertained everyone, and guests brought lots of food and gifts. I think everyone had a great time admiring their new home. Congrats, Erin, Jared, and babyAddison,and a big thank you to Mom and Dad Scramlin for planning such a great party. Happy birthday wishes to Jenni Cordes, John Shep- herd, Mike Ide, Hanna Schultz, Linda LaFleche, Mark Vanderveer, A.J. Kennard, Darlene Fisher, Marvin McLaren, Angelina Hunt, Jim Morrison, Daniel Hunt, Chris Geister, Shirley Vogt, Geraldine Hubbard, Donna Cook, Rachael McLaren, and Travis Elowsky. Happy anniversary to Roger and Bonnie Frye. Keep in your prayers our nation and our military. Send your information to Linda and Brenda at bjsouth@hotmail.com or call 742-2563 or mail to 211 Second Street, Hillman. Introducing AT& T Home Phone Unlimited NatJon00dde Calling Only $19.99 Per mon Free Device For More Info Call or Stop By 3319 W. Washington Ave, Alpena, MI 49707 989-356-9584 by FAith lamox A date to remember, Saturday, April 13. Brush Creek Mill will present an encore performance of the Civil War pro- gram by Allan Grund, "Two Soldiers, Refections on the War Between the States." This is a condensed version of the four-part series, which was offered at the mill last summer. Many people were only able to attend one or two of the performances and if you were one of those, here is your opportunity to hear most of the songs and enjoy the whole program. The program will begin at 4:30 at Brush Creek Mill with a supper break at 5:30. After an hour, break for pizza, coffee or cold drinks and dessert.Alwill continue with another hour of original music and interestinginfor- marion about this most horrendous era in our country's history. The cost at the door is $8 and includes supper. During the next few weeks, the volunteers at the mill will be working on the annual membership drive. We will be mailing out membership forms to all those who are cur- rently members or have expressed an interest in mill membership. If you do not receive a copy in the mail, a form can be printed from our website, www.brushcreekmill.com, or copies will be available at the mill. An individual membership is only $15 and a family membership is $20. Senior memberships are $10 individual and $15 for a senior couple. Business member- ships are $25. Your support through membership dues allows the mill to be open to the public, year round with no admittance fee. There are a number of benefits that are part of your membership. Members receive a discount on building rental fees for parties and meetings. Members will receive monthly bulletins to keep you up to date on all the activi- ties and programs being offered at the mill. The monthly bulletins will also list any classes being offered and the times and dates of special events. Bulletins ean be sent to you byemail or postal service. You will receive a newsletter several times a year, which will give detailed information on our programs and volunteer activities. Members can take advantage of a 10% discount on allBCM logo items in the Gift Shop, and receive 10% discount coupons onitems from participating vendors several times a year. Your membership makes you part of a very busy organi- zation. Among the many activities sponsored by BCM are the preservation of local history through interviews and displays, numerous programs for area children, the gift shop where local crafters and artists can display and sell their work, low cost and free entertainment, areas for hobby groups and children's groups to meet at no cost to them and many other educational and cultural activities. Brush Creek Mill does not receive any tax dollars. It is fully self supporting and a totally volunteer operated facility. I hope you will join us. Hillman Hardware Summer Buy On Wood Pellets Call On Price We Now Have Seed Pota, (2fi.crt & Grlic Ss, ard B3ed Sssds 989-742-4211 142 State Street, Hiilman I"HUNDIR RAY RESORT 27800 M-32, Hillman, MI 742-4502 Saturday & Sunday Breakfast Bar $7.95 ThinkS |! ...... e ghimosA Buch ,lllore. CoNShip/Truck Models. Russell 5rover Candy New Puzzles. 5cropbooking Card Stock Paper" Red Heart Yarn Hoodies, Sweatshirts (Hillman, MI) and Tee's 00HIUJ00AN PHAR0000IACY Monday thru Friday - 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Saturday Hours - 9:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. 601 N. State, Hillman 742-3527 Hillman Schools Breakfast and Lunch Menu Elem. - $2.15 / HS - $2.35 April 15-19 Monday: Breakfast - Pop tarts or cereal. Lunch Beef Quesadilla's, Spanish rice, car- rots, fruit & veggie bar: Tuesday: Breakfast - Cinna- mon roll or cereal. Lunch-Corn dog, potato wedges, steamed broccoli, fruit & veggie bar. Wednesday: Breakfast- Ba- con, egg & cheese biscuit or cereal. Lunch - Teriyaki chicken, asian fried rice, orien- tal vegetables, fortune cookie, fruit & veggie bar. Thursday: Breakfast- Pancakes & sausage or cereal. Lunch - Pizza, corn, mixed greens salad, fruit & veggie bar. Friday: Breakfast- Bagel w/ cream cheese or cereal. Lunch Italian pasta bake, tossed salad, green beans, fruit & veggie bar. New fishing regulations now in erred To ensure Michigan's fisheries resources are managed properly and provide the best benefits to anglers and the public, the Department of Natural Resources annually adjusts fishing regulations. For the coming 2013-2014 angling year, which started Monday, April 1, the DNR would like anglers to be aware of the following new fishing regulations: Muskellunge-Possession Limit Change: Only one muskellunge (including tiger muskellunge) may be har- vested per season per angler. A new non-transferrable muskellunge harvest tag is required to harvest muskel- lunge in Michigan waters. The muskellunge harvest tag is free and available at all fishing license vendors. For more information, visit www.michigan.gov/muskie. Northern Pike Fishing Regulation Changes: Northern pike regulations nowinclude the establishment of a new 24-inch to 34-inch protected-slot-limit with a daily pos- session of two northem pike on six waters. A new provi- sion has also been added to the no minimum size limit regulation waters where five northern pike may be har- vested daily, only one northern pike greater than 24- inches is now allowed as part of the daily possession limit. The general statewide 24-inch minimum size limit with a daily possession of two northern pike is still in effect for all other waters not listed as an exception. Bow and Spear Fishing Regulations: Crossbows are included as lawful gear on the waters where bow and arrow use is lawful. The spearing [Jrohibition on Houghton Lake in Roscommon County was removed. Netting Regulations: Netting regulations have been modified and some season dates have changed. Inland Trout and Salmon Regulations: There are five new research streams in the Upper Peninsula where an additional five brook trout may be retained for the daily possession limit. Possession Limit Change: The Platte River daily pos- session limit is one rainbow trout from the Upper (Hatch- . ery) Platte River Weir downstream to Lake Michigan. The Little Manistee River daily possession limit is one rain- bow trout from 300 feet downstream of the Little Manistee River Weir down to Manistee Lake. Spawning Closure: The lower portion of the Betsie River from the Betsie Vdley Trail Bridge (former railroad trestle bridge) west to a line in Betsie Bay between the westernmost dock of the Northstar Marina and the westernmost dock of the Eastshore Marina is closed to fishing until further notice. These regulation changes are detailed further in the 2013 Michigan Fishing Guide, now available at all major retailers and at the DNR website at www.michigan.gov/ fishingguide. COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICE, INC Physician Joins Practice We are pleased to announce that Donald L. Hillman, DO will be re- joining the TBCHS health care team, and will be practicing at the Hillman site beginning May 6, 2013. Dr. Hillman is a Primary Health Care Family Practice physician certified by the Osteopathic Board of General Practitioners. You may schedule an appointment by calling 989-742-4583. TBCHS is designated as a Patient Centered Medical Home practice and is able to meet all of your health care needs. Open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Mon. - Fri. Walk In Services For Acute Care Needs 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Daily We Participate with Medicare & Medicaid and most Insurance Plans 15774 State St., Hillman, M149746 989- 742-4583 Proudly Z I StevenJ. Torhan-Director 222SS.on, A ...... 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