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4 Wednesday, May 29, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune by Gloria Schoflz Wednesday, May Correspondent 29:9 a.m., Exercise, Senior Center; 11:30 a.m., Senior Citizens Mobile Food Pantry, Fairgrounds; Noon, Family Mobile Food Pantry, Fairgrounds; 1- 4.p.m., Baby Basket, Atlanta Congre- gational Church; 4-Sp.m., Michigan Works! Free Education Classes, Michigan Works! Thursday, May 30:11 a.m., Water Aerobics, A Win-Sands Motel; 4-7 p.m., Atlanta Eagles Football and Cheerleader Sign-up, Atlanta El- ementary Library Friday, May 31:9 a.m., Exercise, Senior Center; 7 p.m., 2013 Atlanta Community School Graduation Cer- emony, School Sunday, June 2: 10:30 a.m., Fire/ EMS Members Charity Golf Scramble, Elk Ridge Golf Course. Monday, June 3:9 a.m., Exercise, Senior Center; Tuesday, June 4:11 a.m., Water Aerobics, A Win-Sands Motel; 2-6 p.m., Caring Place, Atlanta Church of Christ Hello, Atlanta! The rain has helped green everything outdoors and the flowers and lilacs, etc. are blooming. Beautiful! The last few days have been chilly and rainy, but we need the rain, so I guess it's okay. GradualJon parties will be starting soon, and there will a lot of people out there. Please drive responsibly and safely, and have a designated driver, if you are drinking. The life you save may be your own or a family member. Congratulations gradu- ates! Special happy birthday to wishes to my great niece, Katelyn Schultz, who will be-six on June 4. Have a great happy day Katie. From her parents, Josh and Natasha, sisters, Annabella and Lily, Aunt Barbie and Uncle Doug, Grandma Iola, Aunt Gloria, Aunt Ruth and Uncle Tim, and cous- ins Kari and Jim. Happy birthday wishes to Victoria Neilsen, Amanda Bowen, Cheyenne Berryhill, and Brandon Baggett, May schoolyear. People unable to attend, 29; Carol Licht, Brittany Zinninger, please contact Jeremy at 989-306- Ryan Rae, Nina Rolfe, Kay Wilson, 1379 orAngie at 989-306-2936 ahead and Randy Cuzzort, May Kasey of time to make arrangements. Hamilton, May 31; Kasey Dobbyn, The Fire/EMS Members Charity and Duane ttimes, June 1; Marland Golf Scramble will be held onSun- Fish, RogerEllis, Sr., SueWeaver, Rob day, June 2, at 10:30 a.m., at ElkRidge Juergens, Dave Marlatt, Bill Rogers, Golf Course. The event willinclude a and Gloria Englehart, June2; Amber 4-person scramble at $75 per per- Ellis, Meegan Marlatt, Ron Valen- son. There will be Registration/Put- tine, Carrie Badgero, Shelby Seaver, ting contest at 10:30 a.m., lunch at Jeff Markby, Hope Hibner, Tashina the tum, 50/50's, raffles, contests, a Hibner, Dezyrae Cohoun, and Jus- pig roast and awards reception fpl- tice Cohoun, June 4. lowing the outing. Register now at Happy anniversary wishes to Rod firemsgolf.com, KnowGoodPub and and Linda Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Grub, Olds E1-Bo Inn, or contact Les Hall, and Rick and Nicole Klein, Fire/EMS Members Charity, P.O. May 29; Troy and Jamie Keister, and Box 56, Atlanta, M149709. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cadwalder, Junel; The DNR Free Fishing Weekend Gene and Teresa Gadille, June 2; and will be Saturday and Sunday, June 8 Dave and Barb Smith, June 3 and 9. All limits and other m!es will Please say a healing prayer or send apply. There will be a fishing contest a cheerful card to Don Forrester, and picnic in the Briley Park, onJune Tom Forrester, Roger Peterson, 8, beginning at l0 a.m. sponsored by Debbie Barnes Kamen, Larry the First Baptist Church of Atlanta. Cunningham, Deborah Thompson, Everyone is welcome to attend and Richard Gall, and Helen Carey. Also, participate. Call Pastor Neefeat 989- please say a prayer to keep our 306-8022 for more information. troops, here in the states and on for- There will be metal recycling on eign lands, safe. Saturday, June 8 to benefit the Elk There will be a mobile food pantry Country Animal Shelter from 10 on Wednesday, May29, at the Mont- a.m.-3 p.m. They will accept scrap morency County Fairgrounds, at metalat the parkinglot of the animal 13110 M-33 North of Atlanta. Senior shelter at the comer of Youngs Road citizen distribution will begin at and M-32, just west of the Sheriff's 11:30, and family distribution will Dept. All types ofmetal will be gladly beginatnoon.ProofofID,be aMont- accepted, but please no items with morency County resident and bring freon will be taken. your own containers are required. The Uptown Girls Red Hat Society Questions should be directed to the will meet at the Woodwind Restau- MCCOA office at 989-785-2580. Atlanta Eagles Football sign-ups for football and cheerleaders will be on Thursday, May 30 from 4-7 p.m. at the Elementary Library at Atlanta Community School. A parent must come with the child to fill out paper- work. First time sign-ups must pro- vide a birth certificate. Cost for sign- ups is $40 for football and $30 for cheerleaders. If you have 2 kids play- ing, there is a discount. You must be going into grade 5, 6, 7or 8, in next rant in Onaway on Wednesday, June 12 at 11:30 a.m. We hope to car pool, and any new members are always welcome. If you have any meetings, events, birthdays, anniversaries, parties, fundraisers, etc. for the column, please contact me by Wednesday at gjschultz@voyager.net, 989-785- 4771, or 10955 S. Baker Rd., Atlanta, M149709. I hope you have a safe and happy week! J & K Custom Signs I ! Engraved & Relief Routed Wood Signs[ . John & Karen Gibson [ Keep the Wheels Rolling campaign 16420Harwood Rd, Atlanta [ 989-619-7697 I Recent events within our state and federal government jkcustomsigns @ hughes.net I have affected the funds received by the Montmorency County Commission on Aging and the Office to Services for the Aging. The number of seniors who are requesting assistance withhome delivered meals is increasing daily, as well as the other services that MCCOA provides. We need your help! The Meals on Wheels program-provides nutritious meals for seniors in Montmorency County. Last year, thanks to the generous assistance from our community, we were able to serve 32,863 meals to seniors. We are now having our third annual "Keep the Wheels Rolling" campaign, through June. There are several ways you can help: Consider a monetary donation; Purchase a paper dinner plate emblem, that is for sale at many are businesses; or make a donation into a collection canis- ter, which can also be found at local businesses. Funds raised remain within our community and supplement shortages in funding that MCCOA receives to provide those services. Please consider support of this program by making a donation in one of the ways mentioned above. If you would like to make a cash donation, you may mail it to MCCOA, PO Box 788, Atlanta, M149709. Please note your check with "Keep the Wheels Rolling." If you have any questions, you may call the MCCOA office at 989-785-2580. Thinking of leaving town? Get your passport picture at the Tribune. | REPORT DRUG SALES OR DEALING OFFERS TO HUNT: 1-800-573-DRUG (3784) Huron Undercover Narcotics Team From Tragedy and Pain to Freedom and Hope Ieslie Witherspoon alwa),~ carried extra personal tragedies pushed his weight higher, Standing 5' 10': and weighing 489 pounds, leslie withdrew from life, He had Roux-en-Y gastric bx9~'~ surgery 2010. "I now consider that - I was reborn," he said, Read his story at wvwv.midmichigan.orglwitherspoon MidMichigan Health Get started today by visiting www.midmichigan.org/weightlossclasses William B. Keskimaki, D.D.S Family Dentistry Phillip Wienczewski, D.D.S. 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