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Thousands Are Saying"Good-Bye" to Joint & Muscle Pain Who Thought THEY NEVER COULD! t 8 Wednesday, May 29, 2013 The Montrnorency County Tribune t by Ruth Munger Wednesday, May Correspondent 29:10-11 a.m., Aero- bics Class, Fifty Plus Club; 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Community Sharing Building Open; Noon, Sassie Lassies and Red Hatters, Paddle Inn, Mio Thursday, May 30:9:30 a.m., Lewiston lakes Quilters, Congrega- tional Church; 4-5 p.m., Fellowship Church Family Ministry Food Pantry Open, Michelson St. Friday, May 31:10-11 a.m., Aero- bics Class, Fifty Plus Club Saturday, June 1:8 a.m.-1 p.m., Farmer's Market, Albert Township Park; 1-4 p.m., Historical Museurn Open Monday, June 3:10--11 a.m.,Aero- bics Class, Fifty Plus Club; 11:30 a.m., St. Francis Women's "Let's Lunch," Lewiston Lodge; 7 p.m., Friends of Lewiston Library Membership Meeting, Lewiston Public Library; 8 p.m., Friends of Lewiston Library Steering Group Meeting, Lewiston Public Library Tuesday, June 4:9:15 a.m., TOPS, Bethlehem Lutheran Church; 6 p.m., Rejoice and Remember, First Con- gregational Church, Gaylord Hi there, readers. First of all, I hope everyone had successful garage sail- ing, as well a safe and happy week- end and Memorial Day. Second, this is the last full week of school for our students and graduation week for our seniors, with baccalaureate be- in g on June 5 and graduation on June 7. Lots of fidd trips, party prepara- tions and reflection going on all over the place, I'm sure. As you may have noted, the Farmer's Market is once again open for business in the Albert Township Park, located behind the chamber and township office buildings. At this time vendors are promising romaine lettuce, Jerusalem artichokes, leeks, kale and lots and lots of wonderful baked goods. I'm told that getting there early is not a bad idea, because they have been known to sell out by 11 a.m. Their hours are 8 a.m.-1 p.m. (or as long as their goods hold out). t Hospice of Michigan is sponsor- ing "Rejoice and Remember" on Tuesday, June 4. They are inviting family and friends to join them for a service in memory of loved ones. Refreshmems and fellowship will follow. This free event begins at 6 p.m. at the First Congregation Church, located at 218 W. Second St. in Gaylord, but please arrive about 15 minutes early. You can confirm your attendance by calling Briana Thorold at 989 705-2603 at the Hos- Saturday, June 8, the Chief piceoffice. Shawano Chapter DAR will be meet- Thisweek's anniversarywishes are ing at BJ's Restaurant in Gaylord for going out to Paul and Rose Sheroski, their monthly gathering. Following- May29; Dick and Sue Benedict, May the 11:30 a.m. lunch will be a pro- 30; Dennis and Florice Chrivia, Bob gram entitled "Warning Out in New and Lydia Ruttman, June 1; and England," and the speaker is Jodie James and Cynthia Wagner, June 4. Owens.The public is welcome to at- Best wishes for a happy birthday tend. If you have any questions, are extended to Pam Courterier and please call Sharon Hopkins, Chief Megan Fowler, May 29; Charlie Shawano Chapter Regent, 989-786- -Grigsby, Timmy LaPointe and 3795. Zachery Price, May 30; Jan The Friends of Lewiston Library D'Agostino, May 31; Chester (FOIL) will be holding tfieir annual lanssens, Edwin Kruger and Ezra membership meeting on Monday, Raymond, June 1; Elaine Carene, June 3, at 7 p.m. On their agenda is a Roger Ellis, Donald Milner and library update, information-about Casey Watson, June 2; Kenneth completedFOLLpmjects duringthe Mielke and John Righi, June 3; and past year, brainstorming for future RonBall, lr.,AmberEUis, GaryGood plans and election of FaLL board and Guy Tucker, June 4. members, as well as the election of If you have news to be published, board members for the FaLL Steer- please contact me by Wednesday ing Group. This meeting is open to theweekbeforey0uwanttoseeitin everyone, and new members are not the paper Call me, 786-4534, email only welcome, but needed Follow- me at tallpinesbnb@i2k.com or ing the membership meeting will be drop me a note, 2456 S. Co Rd. 489, the Steering Group meeting. All this Lewiston, 49756 happens at the Lewiston Public Li- brary in their Community Room. Weird Michigan by Linda S. Godfrey Some of the local legends and best kept secrets in Weird Michigan; such as the Michigan Triangle, the guru of toilet paper, the bottle house, shoe trees, the world's _~ Tired of getting the local news from Aunt Mildred? Stay up to date with the Mon norency County Tdbune. b/Carom P=.I We held our annual Spring Luncheon May 16 at the Congregational Church in Lewiston. As Usual, our buffet was excellent. Having tasty subs from Subway available was a great addition too. Thanks Glenda. Our show and tell theme of "Color Inspiration" was popular, as every- one brought projects of all sizes and types, together with their inspiring photographs. President Rita Borrelli thanked everyone on the committee for another fine job well done, plus thanked members for their exceptional participation in the color challenge show and tell. We all thought it was a fun project! Our next meeting is Thursday, June 6, at 9:30 a.m. For those later returning "snow birds," be sure to read the minutes posted on our bulletin board to catch up on the many coming events for this summer. Summertime is always busy for everyone, so the current minutes will always be posted there for all members to review. Our planning of projects and events will continue. Plus, we have a slate of officers to vote on and your annual dues should be paid by July 1, 2013. Mark your calendar and attend this meeting! We welcome guests interested in quilting or any of the needle arts to visit and learn more about all we do. We meet everyThursday morning at 9:30 a.m. in the newly decorated, warm and cozy basement, of the historic 100 year old Congregational Church in Lewiston. We have lots of room there to spread out our projects and learn from each other, plus we have experienced members available to assist in all the needle arts. We enjoy declar- ing ourselves "fabric artists" and our displays confirm that! Come visit us. I Planning a Garage Sale? Don't forget to advertise it in the Tribune Classifieds. i 1 New Patients Are Always Welcome Office Hours By Appointment Cow&l'da (989) 786-2104 Open Monday through Thursday John P. Marconnit P.O. Box 170, Bay Street D.D.S., P.C. own . 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