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ection B A LARGE CROWD gathered for a Memorial the parade. Members of the Atlanta VFW, THE FIRING SQUAD sounds off during the annual Memorial Day Day ceremony on Monday in Atlanta at the Briley Township Park following American Legion, and their auxiliaries presided over the ceremony. LEWISTON HELD their annual Memorial Day parade on Saturday. Members of the American Legion color guard are pictured above. A military memorial ceremony was held at the Lewiston Historical Museum following the parade. ceremony in Hiltman. by Yvonne Swooer A wreath in honor of ogybetweenhiscomrades and shipmates Staff reporter those lost on land or at and offered words of remembrance for sea once again floated in the river as part the absent shipmates, and Linda Prosser, of the Memorial Day service in Hillman. president of the Ladies' Auxiliary, recited The annual event begins atVFWPost 2356 The Final Inspection. and ends at the cemetery. Chaplain Bill John ]orgensen offered This year's service began with some prayer, and symbols of purity, love, re- words from Pastor Jason Mandley who membrance and everlastinglifewere pre- reminded those in attendance the Lord's sented one by one to create a patriotic rescuing from everyevil attack sometimes tribute. meant he took someone to heaven. At the river, more words were offered, "Thosewe honor today are safe in the and a wreath honoring those lost on land arms of the good shepherds in heaven," and at sea was tossed into the water as a Mandley said. show of remembrance for those who now Commander Tim Banks drew an anal- look down from above. CECILE THOMPSON, Ferndale, browses through the items available at the new Habitat For Humanity Store in Lewiston. by Koren L Fdleld Cooking Matters is a food and nutrition program provided with the cooperation of Gleaners and MSUE. The classes consist of participants meeting for five to six times, with a nutrition lesson and a cooking lesson is taught each time. Participants learn how to prepare nutritional recipes, as well as taste them. They are also provided groceries that allow them to make the same recipes at home. Recently a cooking matters class was held in Hillman at Lickety Splits Restaurant. Marsha Marquardt was our chef. Each week she would demonstrate techniques and skills that would enhance the cooking experience of participants. The groceries were either purchased or provided by Morrison's Market in Hillman. The nutritional lessons are provided by MSUE. The participant focus was child care providers. They each received a book that provided tips and recipes that were demonstrated and practiced at the session. The providers also received groceries that would allow them to make the recipes they learned at home. One of the sessions was held at Morrison's Market to allow the participants the chance to purchase items that provided a meal for children that in- cluded something from each food group. All of the partici- pants were able to meet that challenge. ! would like to thank Marsha Marquardt for providing the space at her restaurant and for sharing her time and knowl- edge with us. I would like to thank Doug Morrison for the use of the market, donations and for his enthusiasm for the program. Also, a thank goes to Craig of Morrison's Market, manager of. e meat department for his expertise and will- ingness to Stiare his knowledge. This was a-fun experience that provided knowledge for participants in our area. For more information on this and many other programs provided by MSUE call 989-785-8013. for Humanity Store by Yvonne Swoger The Montmorency County Habitat Stofl reporter For Humanity Store opened on May 23 in Lewiston. The business is located on Kneeland Street and features a variety of items including dressers, reclin- ers, lighting fixtures, coffee tables, end tables and dining tables with chairs. The business is currently open Tues.-Thurs. from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. There is a possibility the hours will be ex- tended to incorporate hours on Friday and Saturday. The items for sale are donated, and anyone Wishing to make a donation is encouraged to call 989-786-3385 prior to making a donation.