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Wednesday, July 24, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune 7A by C.orolynn Pender The league welcomed back Sharon Parks, who spent the first part of the season downstate helping her former employer, and who promptly earned eight points in the Blue Flight. Playing on Swampfire in the intense heat, others earning eight points were Judy Pappas, Marilyn Brown and Faye Johnson. Seven point winners were Sal Melchert and Fay Wright. Dee Chinavare got closest to the pin on #3 and then had a chip-in on #15. One group of four had several laughs beginning when one of the golfers choose not to remove a post marker just a short distance from her stance. Of course her ball hit the marker and bounced sideways. Several holes later a sec- ond gal did take the marker out, laid is sideways and her low driven ball hit it and again moved the ball sideways instead of down the field. The White Flight played on Monarch where eight point winners were: BevMichael, Marilyn Sheldon and Bonnie Roy. MaryJo LaPointe garnered seven points and had the lone chip-in on #16. Jeanne Ross got closest to the pin on #6 and Michael came in with a net score of 66. The Red Flight played on Reflections where Terry Reynolds was closest to the pin on #6. Birdies were made by Mary Ann Gohl on #9 while Christine Ford, who had an outstanding game of 82 on Sunday while playing with her hubby, had three birdies on #2, 3 and 15. The lone chip-in was performed by Reynolds on #1. Sue DuBois was the only eight point winner. MaryAnn Gohl earned seven; Linda Neff, Ford and Rita Borrelli took six and Reynolds and Carol Paulitch split with 5. Net scores in this flight abounded with Gohl and Ford at 62, Neffat 66, Borrelli with 68, Bonnie Mahoney and Paulitch 71 and right at par 72, Reynolds and Mary Uhl. It must be noted that on Tuesday evening, while golfing in the Talley's 9-Hole League, MaryAnn Gohl shot a 33 on Swampfire. For anyone not aware, that is 3 under the normal par of 36. I'm told she birdied 3 holes and shot par on the remaining 6 holes. Congratulations Mary Ann! Lynn Biesenthal turns 80 years old! @@@@ Love, Joshua and Daniel by Carolyn Poulilch Lewiston Lakes Quilters met July 11 at the Congre- gational Ch.:rch in Lewiston to continue de- veloping our summer and fall plans. For those of you unable to attend this meet- ing, be sure to come on any Thursday and review our minutes on the bulletin board, plus learn about a special, fun event for Fri- day, August 23, on Tee Lake. Our $15 member dues should be paid this month and they can be mailed di- rectly to our treasurer, Dee C. or President, Rita B. Please note your calen- dar that our next meeting is August 1 at 10 a.m. but we will not meet August 15. We welcome guests at all our meetings and activi- ties. As a group, we can do anythinginthe needle arts! You can't shake us, but we've got the info you need. To get your free Consumer Information Catalog, visit pueblo.gsa.gov, call 1 (888) 8 PUEBLO, or write: Trusted Source, Pueblo, CO 81009. Pueblo, CO. Your trusted source. Seasonal fruits and vegetables, the Lewiston DDA IS A DEADLY LUIqQ DISBASE WITH NO KNOWN CURE Learn More Visit thelamfoundation.org 9 am - 4 pm at: ~Ifcml~r FDIC Wednesday, July 31 2885 S. Co. Rd. 489 - Lewiston, MI With old coins, currency, gold and silver prices at an all time high, we want to be sure that you have access to the best advice possible when selling your collection. HCC's appraiser will be there to appraise and offer you a fair price for your old coins, currency, gold and silver coins and bars. You can trust your collection to the seasoned numismatists of HCC Rare Coins. Servicing banks for nineteen years. Cleaning your coins may decrease their value. No appointments. Questions? Call HCC at 1-800-422-4405 or visit www.hee-eoin.eom. Michi National trainin engage in Northern Live fire exercises to occur Trainin durin Northern Strike 2013 is a National Guard Bureau sponsored Combined Arms Live Fire Exercise (CALFEX) em- phasizing Close Air Support (CAS) and Indirect Fire Support, both Current Op- erations / Counterinsurgency and Major Combat Operations scenarios, as well as Counter-sea/Maritime Interdiction op- erations. The focus of the event is to provide requirements-based training emphasizing elements of the TheaterAir Ground System flAGS). Specifically, this exercise emphasizes doctrinal elements of the TheaterAir Control System flACS) and ArmyAir to Ground System (/LAGS) with additional emphasis on the integra- tion of Joint Fire Support, Air Operations centers to event Center and Maritime Control opera- tions. Northern Strike 2013 will provide tai- lored, cost effective, and realistic com- bat training for our National Guard in a Joint and Multinational environment. Twenty-four units from 12 States and two Coalition partners will participate in the two-week event. Operation North- em Strike will occur from Aug. 4 - 17, 2013, at the Alpena Combat Readiness Training Center and Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center. Over 500 Total Force fighter, bomber, mobil- ity, special operation forces, and rotary sorties are planned in order to meet stated objectives for participating units. WEARE B1