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6A Wednesday, July 24, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune by Rulh Munger .Wednesday, July24: Correspondent 10-11 a.m., Aerobics Class, Fifty Plus Club; 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Community Sharing Building Open Thursday, July 25:9:30 a.m., Lewiston Lakes Quilters, Congrega- tional Church Basement; 4-5 p.m., Fellowship Church Family Ministry Food Pantry open, Michelson St. Friday, July26:10-11 a.m.,Aerobics Class, Fifty Plus Club Saturday, July 27:8 a.m.-1 p.m., Farmer's Market, Albert Township Park; (thru Dec.) 1-4 p.m., Historical Museum Monday, July 29:10-11 a.m., Aero- bics Class, Fifty Plus Club Tuesday, July 30:9:15 a.m., TOPS, Bethlehem Lutheran Church; 12:30 p.m., St. Francis Ladies Guild, St. Francis Parish Hall Hi there, readers. Well, did you get tired of being asked: Hot enough for you? Last week's weather got beyond hot and moved right into the danger- ous zone. Has to make you wonder why people intentionally move to ar- eas that are consistently 100 degrees and over, even though they tout the fact that it is a "dry" heat. My oven produces a dry heat too, but I sure don't want to turn it on once the tem- perature hits the 90-plus mark. Isn't it great they way we are each made to appreciate different things? It sure pre- vents the over-crowding of our little corner of "God's country." Community Sharing will be holding their back-to-school supplies give- away day on Wednesday, Aug. 14, dur- ing their regular hours of 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Prior registration is required and that can be done at their building every Wednesday starting this week until Wednesday, Aug. 7. The supplies are available for any student that attends the Johannesburg-Lewiston Area Schools, kindergarten through 12th grade. The Sassie Lassies and Red Hatters would like to thank Frank and Lisa at Tin Lizzie for their unique 50s experi- ence at last month's luncheot meet- ing. This month the group will be head- ing over to BJs in Gaylord for their meeting on Aug. 31. They begin their gathering at noon, and they always welcome new faces. There are a couple of things that are happening during Timberfest week- end, Aug. 2 - 4, that require a little planning ahead if you plan to partici- pate. If you want to have a craft booth in the park or be a street vendor, there are application forms available at the chamber website or at the chamber office. If you want to participate in the 5K/10K Fun Run/Walk event, entry forms are available at the Get Fit Cen- ter, the chamber office or on their website. For those who are into bas- ketball, their registration forms are also available at the chamber office or their website, as well as at True Value Hardware. To go to the chamber website, just key in www.lewistonchamber.com and click on their calendar of events, scroll down to the event of your choice for Timberfest and then click on the ap- propriate form to print off. The Arts and Crafts Show during Timberfest weekend begins on Friday, Aug.2, at 6 p.m., ending at dusk. Then on Saturday it runs from 9 a.m. until dusk, with Sunday being from 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. Vendors will need to provide their own tables and chairs, and a tent or canopy is recommended as well. The 5K/10KWalk/Run event will start at 8:30 a.m. at the corner of Kneeland and Hanson Streets. There is a $10 fee to participate in either distance event, which you may run, walk or ride your bike. There is a free one-mile walk for the children to participate in as well. Registration can be done either ahead of time or at the chamber office start- ing at 7 a.m. Proceeds from this event will be donated to the Downtown De- velopmentAssociation. For questions, you may contact Kaye Woodruff at 248-231-7585. Three-on-Three Basketball is open to 3rd graders on through adults, with teams consisting of a maximum of 4 players of 3rd/4th grade, 5th/6th grade, 7th/8th grade, 9th/10th grade, llth/12th grade and adults and takes place on Saturday, Aug. 3. If you have not yet registered, the cost is $90 per team. The last chance to register will be on Friday, Aug. 2, from 6 p.m.-7 p.m. at courtside downtown Lewiston. There Will be no registrations accepted the day of the event. Liability and waiver release forms are also required. If you have questions you can send an email to montmofl@nemichigan.com. Glen Fletcher, Sr. is receiving a bleated birthday wish from his wife. He celebrated his special day on July 20. Anniversary wishes this week are ex- tended to Charles and Bea Reno, July 29 and Dennis and Julie McClure, July 30. Happy birthday greetings go to Lynn Biesenthal, Owen Cronk, Dawn DePlanche and Denise Ehiers, July 24; Andrea Schnell and Dan Schoening, July 25; Charles Hermanson, Lynn Kemp, Michael LaMar, Jim Quin and Kristen Schnell, July 26; Alisha Connelly, Cory Connelly, Rick Guild, Linda Kennedy and Laura Schrader, July 27; and Faye Abbott, Megan Buchholz, Dennis DePlanche, Ron Parker and Lois Wehrmeister, July 29. If you have news to be published, please contact me by Wednesday the week before you want to see it in the paper. Call me, 786-4534, emall me, tallpinesbnb@i2k.com or drop me a note, 2456 S. Co. Rd. 489, Lewiston, 49756. Yes, the Elk CountryAnimal Shelter is again planning a garage sale for the Labor Day weekend. The quantity of sale items donated for the spring 2013 sale was down noticeably, but we're still going to try again. If you have any gently used, clean items that can be sold, please consider donating them. Remember, it all helps us to care for the dogs and cats at the shelter. The sale will be held Friday and Saturday, Aug. 30 and 31, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 1, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. You may donate sale items Saturday, Aug. 24 and Wednesday through Friday, Aug. 28-30 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. We cannot accept clothes, mattress and springs, old style TV's or refrigerators and freezers (anything containing freon). Once again, we must put in a plea for workers at the garage sale and at our other fundraising events. At the sale we need folks in all jobs, but the biggest need is for men who can help unload deliveries and load sold items. Also men are needed to make pickups from folks who are unable to transport their sale items to the fairgrounds. Other volunteers are needed to put items out in the correct areas of the buildings before the sale and towork as cashiers at the sale. If you can volunteer a little of your time, please call Carol at 785-3777. 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