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A Pictorial Eistory Of Montmonncy c0unt IvoXum xx ..... i ................................ photos, from Montmorency County s post in this 161 page book featuring photos from (plus tax) If you would like your book mailed to you, please add $5.95 for shipping. Your total with tax and shipping will be $33.19 the early lumbering era up to the late 1960's, as well as a timeline of Montmorency County. Many of these photos have never been seen before and have been acquired from private family collections. I Pictorial History of Montmorency County Volume II Name: Address: City: State/Zip: Phone: [ 11 would like my book mailed to me, so I have included an additional $6.00 per book. Mail to: Montmorency Tribune, PO Box 186, Atlanta, MI 49709 * 0 Michigan residents add 6 sales tax ($1.29 per book) to your total, before shipping costs. L .... J Also available at the Tribune office or call 989-785-4214 to order a copy. contest and picnic in June 8 The second annual Picnic in the Park, hosted by the First Baptist Church of Atlanta will take place at Briley Township Park on June 8th. There will be fun for the whole family, with a kids fishing contest around the Old Mill Pond. Registration for the fishing contest will be at the Pavil- ion. The contest is from 10 a.m. till noon, with the picnic beginning at noon, along with a concert given by Not Ashamed. Not Ashamed has been presenting gospel music for over 20 years. Join us for a great day. Bring along a lawn chair for your own comfort. l ishing contest categories for the following age groups: 2-5; 6- 9; 10-12; and 13-17 years old. Lunch served at noon on a first come first serve basis! For more information call 989-306-8002. nl Do you want to do something today for a child's tomor- row? There are more than 13,000 children living in foster care in Michigan. Lutheran Child and Family Service of Michigan (LCFS) works together with families from 13 Northern Michigan counties to provide loving, stable homes for children who have been removed for their homes due to abuse and neglect. LCFS offers a no obligation orientation once a month. The next orientation will be held Tuesday, June 11 from 6-9 p.m. at the LCFS office located at 1260 S. Otsego Ave (next to Tractor Supply) in Gaylord. If you are interested in becoming a foster parent or would like more informa- tion, please call Lutheran Child and Family Service at 989-732-1040 to register for the orientation. Pickin' for People open mic night will be Sunday, June 2, 2013 at the Beaver Lake Community Church, located 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 taken, which will benefit Joseph's Storehouse food pantry. Wednesday, May 29, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune 3 Hi, my name is Archie. I'm a red Pit Bull Terrier and I'm barely just over a year old. I'm a happy go lucky dog., that's always running with a big smile on my face. I have lived at the shelter for a few months now. I was very frightened at first, but I quickly found out every- one here was nice to me and wasn't going to hurt me. Sometimes when I meet new people that visit the shelter I get scared again, but if you give me a chance and a little bit of time I can quickly warm up to you. I'm really a good boy. I'm active and I like to play a lot, especially now that it has gotten warmer outside. I'm looking for a new home. I like it here at the shelter, but I sure don't want to call this my home for the rest ofmylife. I would like a real home, with real guardians to call my own. Someone to spend time with me, teaching me things I need to know to be a dog that would make you proud; loving me, playing with me, feeding me well, making sure I stay healthy, and giving me the exercise I need. It sure would be nice if you would just give me a chance. Come meet me, spend some time with me and see just how great of a dog I can be. I have all my shots, I'm already neutered, and I even have a microchip. Given the chance I promise to love you back morel Just drop by the shelter or give them a call if you want more information about me.'t389- 785-3738. Merle Don Harvey /