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p in Michael and Laura Neefe of Atlanta an- nounce the graduation of Pvt. Aaron T. Neefe from M.C.R.D. Marine Boot Camp in San Di- ego, California on June 28, 2013. Mr. Neefe is studying Aviation Mechanics, planning to repair mili- tary helicopters. He is currently stationed at Camp Pendleton in California. Accepting Medicare DR. RONALDJ. LOONEY (D.C.) let more out of life with Chiro Atlanta 786-2612 Gaylord 732-5820 Located next to Trophy Class Real Estate in Atlanta CELEBRATE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER WEEK WITH US SCHEDULE YOUR WELLNESS VISIT & YOU COULD WIN A PRIZE IPAD, IPODS, BICYCLES AND MOREl Make your appointment todayl For Information Call HilJman Clinic: 989-742-4583 Atlanta Clinic: 989-785-4855 Rogers City Clinic: 989-734-2052 Onaway Clinic: 989-733-2082 Onaway School Based Health Center: 989-733-4980 TBCHS receives 170/0 of its fimding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services through the Health Resources and Services Administration. Wednesday, July 24, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune 11A I Questions, Anyone? I Learn more about federal government I programs, benefits, and services. Just call toll-free 1-800-FlgD-INFO or by Barbnro Ann Steele Last week we had a visit wlrw.lmeblo.gsa.govleaIL Correspondent heat wave with tem- U.S. G ..... I Services Admi ..... ion peratures in the high 90's. My thermometer hit 100 a few times. The heat wave caused Canada Creek Ranch I J & K Custom Signs I many members to use the beach. Later in Engraved & Relief Routed WoodSignsI the week we had some nice rains and you John & Karen Gibson I could hear lawns and gardens sighing with 16420 Harwood Rd, Atlanta I relief. 989-619-7697 Speaking of weather, all of us could take a jkeustomsigns @ hughes.net tionlessnto frOmcriticism.the weather. It pays no atten- Atlanta, Gaylord, at the ranch, Manistee and Westland. She stayed overnight in Lan- sing to take a "Glass Fusing" class. On her way home she will deliver handmade quilts to young twin great-grandsons in Indiana. In May Willadene, (85) graduated from Marion University in WI with a degree of Bachelor of Arts with a major in Theology. She now visits senior "shut ins" in their homes or apartments. She hopes to visit up to eight people every other week. The weeks Reaching out to the needy and hurting is a good way to love your neighbor as yourself. We need your support in this endeavor. "The Caring Place" Atlanta Church of Christ 11651 M-33 Atlanta, MI 49709 785-4561 Thank You for Your Tax Deductable Support I :lml N~ I t~ ~'ictorSal mstory ot ~ontmorency County Volume z! Enioy o vast collection of photos from Mont- morency County's past in this 161 page book! Featuring photos from the early lumbering era up to the late 1960's, as well as a timeline of Montmorency County (plus tax) Available at the Tribune office or call 989-78514214 to order a copy. Members, plan on attending the annual Chicken BBQ in another week, Saturday, Aug. 3. It is held at the beach pavilion from 2-6 p.m. This is a fundraiser for our Fire Brigade and Snowmobile Club. Cost is $11 for adults, $3 for kids under 12. Plan to bring your appetite, as you will be eating a large piece of chicken, corn on the cob, roll, salad and dessert. Also, cold beverages will be served. Members, this year's Meet The Candidate Meeting will be held on Saturday, Aug. 31 at 7 p.m. in the Bickley Room in the lower level of the ranch house. This is Labor Dayweek- end. We welcome new members/cabin owners Ron and Gretchen Cousino. They will use the cabin as a vacation home. Ron is the brother of residents Barry and Karen Cousin. Willadene Zedan drove from her home in Fond du Lac WI to Michigan. She visited Michigan friends and family in Paradise, she doesn't visit she sends cleverly made greeting cards to keep in touch. On the way home from Onaway last Wednesday morning, I had to slow down to let a loping black bear cross M-33 from east to west. It was on the thin side. Guess they still have time to bulk up for the winter. Three-hundred and twelve years ago to- day, July 24, 1701, Cadillac landed at the site of what is now Detroit. Fort Pontchartrain was the first settlement on the site. How sad that Detroit MI had to claim bankruptcy now. Happy birthday to Roger Drouin, July 26; Richard Hughes, July 30; and Tawny Hisscock, July 25. Happy anniversary to Rob and Chris Arnold, and Monte and Barb Geralds, July 28. If you have any news for this article, please contact me by Wednesday evening, at ccrbasteele@hughes.net, 989-785-4865 or 8424 Brown Trail, Atlanta MI 49709. NANCY GARLOCK OF ATLANTA, pictured at left with stylist Marie Vlodyka of North- ern styles in Hillman, recently donated almost 9 inches of hair to Locks of Love. Above, Marie shows another donation of hair. photos by Rebecca Ong your time by Nanq 6adock Once a month or six weeks, we cut our hair and think nothing of it, but there are those with medical conditions that have lost their hair. That is where "Locks of Love" comes in. They work with partici- pating hair salons to collect 8 to 10 inch hair sections from willing donors "to pro- vide hair pieces to financially disadvan- taged children under age 21 suffering from long-term medical hair loss from any diagnosis." Recently, Tribune employee Nancy Garlockchose to donate her hairto"Locks of Love" at Northern Styles, a participat- ing hair salon in Hillman, owned by Marie Vlodyka. Nancy had grown her hair long for the hair styles for her daughters' wed- dings. She worked with Marie to donate her nearly nine-inch hair section. Marie shared other donated hair sec- -ml tions that she had collected; some were very thick while others well exceeded the eight-inch minimum length. Marie was pleased to participate with "Locks of Love" and to see the generosity of her clients, sharing their hair with those who had lost their hair through cancer or other medical reason. .,,.. If you are interested in donating your hair to "Locks of Love," contact Northern Styles at (989)742-7228 for more details, or your local salon to find out if they par- ticipate. FREEDOM RIDE Fundraising Dinner to support Michigan Veterans Trust Fund August 8, 2013 - 6 p.m. Donation $:12 in advance - $15 at the door Sponsored by the Atlanta VFW Post 9489 Atlanta VFW Hall, Pettinger Road Raffles, including for a Doe Hunt at Private'Club Tickets available at Mason & Mills in Lewiston or call 989-619-7333. Day High Low July 15 92 63 16 95 65 17 95 70 18 90 69 19 88 69 20 81 56 21 78 41 The Atlanta area received 1,04" of precipitation. Source: US Weather Bureau