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6 Wednesday, May 29, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune Hillman Hometown Happenings b/Undo end Brendn Warm weather, where are you? Correspondenl Spring is here and summer is on the horizon, at least that's what the calendar says. Someone needs to clue in Mother Nature, because winter s.hould be long gone. Graduation is approaching fast. Congratulations to the Class of 2013, who will begin their new adventure after graduation ceremonies on Sunday, June 2 at 2 p.m. We wish all of our graduates and high school students a safe and happy end of school. We hope theywill all be respon- sible in their celebrations and enjoy the summer. Speaking of summer, a list of events and activities planned for Tiger Paw Park is available Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at the Hillman Community Center. Sign-up sheets are located just inside the east-end con- ference room. Kids have mum and dhd come to the community center and sign you up for some fun filled days at Tiger Paw Park. Activities will begin June 10 with a Laser Tag Kickoffbeginning at 5 p.m. Parents you must sign your kids in at the park before the eyent begins, concessions will be available. These events are compli- ments of Hillman Township and other donors who want our children to have a happy, safe, and fun filled sum- mer. Start AMA-ESD Early Head Start program for fall 2012 will be held at the Hillman Library on June 18 from 10-4 p.m. Call Deb Wemer for a list of information to bring to your appointment (989) 358-4644. Children need not come to this appointment. Congratulations to Dorothy and Mel Wierzbicki who will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary on May 28th! We hope you have a wonderful day, and we wish you many more happy years together. We extend happy birthday wishes to Flu Brandt, Jesse Marquardt, Marybeth Hardies, Maine MacQueen, Marlene Perkins, Wayne Brandt, Willard Klein, Laura Clark, Dolores Tracey, Noah Roznowski, Bonnie Havermahl, Harry Davis, Jr., Hilary Hiveley, Galen Schalk, Jim Richardson, Mary Klis, Jerry Fletcher, Donna Klein, Doris Shumaker, Eleanor Summerix, Linda Linseman, Karl Mattish, Sara Strohschein, Isaac Morrison, Ed VanPamel Jr., Pam Barrie, Sandra Timm, Regina Morrison, and Melanie Morrison. Happy anniversary wishes to Garry and Peggy Boldrey, Mel and Dorothy Wierzbicki, George and Marlene Perkins, Jim and Betty Morrison, Dennis and Sherry Tomalia, and Todd and Marianne Abledinger. Take Care and have a great week, remember to be safe by Sue Roer The Rivers Edge Gift Shop is located just inside Brush Creek Mill. Throughout the year, our inventory changes as different artisans bring in their products. The items for sale in the store are sold on a consignment basis. Some of the articles you will find in the shop are original paint- ings, unique jewelry, creative cards for every occasion, and fragrant candies to celebrate the different seasons. There is also a wide selection of dotl clothing and acces- sories. The Rivers Edge Gift Shop showcases our local literary talents by featuring avariety of books for all ages, some of which feature our area's historical events. Add to this an array of fine-crafted wooden pieces for sale, along with homemade baskets, linens and much more, and you've got a beautifully designed, quaint shop right in down- town Hillman, at Brush Creek Mill. Stop in to brows e the beautifully displayed items, which reflect the exquisite talent surrounding our area. Gift certificates are available for purchase. They make a nice gift for that hard-to-buy-for person. The Rivers Edge Gift Shop is open Tuesday through Saturday from noon-4 p.m. For more information, call Red Hat Gals, you will be meeting Thursday, May 30 at and pray for our nation. Send your information to Linda 989-742-2527. 10:45 a.m. at the Hillman Community Center to carpool and Brenda at 211 Second Street, call 742-2563 or e-mail out to jack, s Landing for your lunch at 11:30 a.m.to bjsouth@hotmail.com or jeannie1372@ymail.com. 1FreeThe.... registrationfishing date0ndfOrhuntingtheHillman licensesNEMSCAHead ] -- ! available to milltnrVu,u,,,,, members Lmwn Franzoni of HiUman is proud to announce the n0w birth of her son, Jagger Blu Franzoni Active-duty military members who enlisted as Michi- gan residents and have maintained residence status can now obtain annual Michigan fishing or hunting licenses free of charge, the Michigan Department of Natural Re- sources announced today. To qualify, persons must be active-duty U.S. military members and, at the time of enlistment, must have been residents of Michigan and must have maintained resi- dence status for the purposes of obtaining a driver's license or voting. These individuals may receive, free of charge, a resident military all-species fishing license or any hunting license for which a lottery is not required. Applicants must present proof of military status when applying for the free license. Proof of military status may include military I.D., leave papers, duty papers, military orders or other evidence verifying that the applicant is a member of the military. The licenses are available at DNR Customer Service Centers and at license retail out- lets statewide. Previously, military members paid $1 for a resident all- . species fishing license or hunting license not requiring a lottery. The change is part of Public Act 21 of 2013. Military members receiving a free fishing or hunting license must present the license, along with proof of military status, if requested by a conservation officer. As always, non-resident, active-duty military person- nel officially stationed in Michigan may purchase all hunting and fishing licenses at Michigan resident rates. Jagger was bom on May 18, 2013 at Otsego Memorial Hospital in Gayord, weighing 7 lbs, 1 ounce and was 20 inches long. He joins siblings Donovann, age 13; Attilio, age 12; Tiarra, age 10; Trulee, age 8, and Matteo, age 4. Proud grandparents are Frances Franzoni and Daune Smith, both of Portage, MI. Great-grandparents are Bud and Grace Franzoni of Atlanta. RUNNING OUT,' OF BREA,]],H RUNNING Oh7 -TqkA l ! !1 V !L-- Welcoming New Patients I II II I I IIII Could you or someone you know have LAM? Thousands of young women are IMng with a deadly lung disease called LAM -- and don't know they have it. LAM is often misdiagnseed as asthma or chronic bronchitis. 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