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6 Wednesday, September 25, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune All ArouI00d Atlanta by Gloria Schullz Wednesday, Sept. Correspondent 25:9 a.m., Exercise, Se- nior Center; 1-4.p.m., Baby Basket, Atlanta Congregational Church; 6 p.n, Atlanta Eagles 4077 Aerie, Eagles Club Thursday, Sept. 26:9:30 a.m., TOPS Weight Loss Group, Atlanta Senior Center, 785-3365 Friday, Sept. 27:9 a.m., Exercise, Senior Center; Elk Fest opens with the parade at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28: Ell Fest with festivities all day; 8 a.m. Atlanta Lions Club breakfast in pavilion; 12:30-3:30 p.m., Elk Fest Auction at Parland Street Stage; 4 p.m., Bump and Run at the fairgrounds Sunday, Sept. 29: EllFest festivities " from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; 1-4 p.m., Fundralser Benefit Spaghetti Dinner for Tyler English, Gaylord Eagles, 515 S. Wisconsin Ave,, Gaylord Monday, Sept. 30:9 a.m., Exercise, Senior Center Tuesday, Oct. 1:11 a.m., Water Aerobics, A Win-Sands Motel; 2-6 p.m., Caring Place, Atlanta Church of Christ; 2-3:30 p.m., Knitpickers Club, Atlanta Senior Center Hello, Atlanta! Elk Fest is coming up quickly! Plan on attending this fun event and enjoyseeing old friends and making new ones. My apologies to my readers for the mix- up in the column last week and to the people who had me put items in, but were not run. Here are the items that should have been in the column, with the additions for this week. Evi- dently the intemet was at fault for the problem. Happy birthday wishes go out to Norman Dukes, Kaitlin Corbin, Mary Ann Marlatt, and Brian Valentine, Sept. 18; Cathy Moss, lason Ferguson, Logan Glenn, Mike Chaaban, Dayton /aniga, Hallee Keister, and Tiffany Lewes, Sept. 19; Heather Soncrainte and FrankAiello, Jr., Sept. 20; Carolyn Green, Bruce Zann and Aaron Woudnberg, Sept. 21; lared Teets, Doug Cheedie and Paul Carey, Sept. 22; Karen Kendrick, Nick Stevens, Brian Rogers, Aaron Matelski, and Aaron Cuzort, Sept. 23; Angle Weaver, LaVeme Kent, Connie Marlatt, Bran- don Welter, Justin Cannis, Dolores Howard, and Greg Foster, Sept. 24; Keith Neilsen, Rod Marlatt, Nikki Parker, Barb Zann, and Linette Valen- tine, Sept, 25; Mike Walker, Ian Weaver, Iared luergens, and Trevor Haney, Sept. 26; Barbara Walker, CherylLaPorte, loyMink, Don Nichols and ElinorWilson, Sept. 27; Barb Dice, Bonnie Edwards, Katrina Holt, Candy Karr, and Sabrina Keetch, Sept. 28; Scott Amble, Dustin Kinney, Bobbijo Weaver, Ryan Reddie, and Dominic Forrester, Sept. 29; Jamie On&apos;, Sept. 30; and Harley Fullerson, lim Dobbyn, Jim Savage, Julie Forrester, Anita Arnold, and Pete Rhodes, Oct. 1. Happy anniversau, wishes go out to Steve and Paulie Docherty, Don and Mary Ann Marlatt, and Bill and Marie Ellingboe, Sept. 19; Ed and Claudia Welter, Sept. 20; Joshua and Natasha Schultz and Hank and Karolyn Women, Sept. 21; Mr. and Mrs. Spen- cer Barnes, Sept. 23; Mike and Melissa Paul, Sept. 24; Dave and Andrea Mellingen and Mr. ad Mrs. RonAllen, Sept. 25; LaVerne and Dawn Kent, Sept. 28; Earl and Linda Iuergens, Sept. 31;and Mike and Ianette Sarkozi and Bud and Nan Plane, Oct. 1. Sincere sympathy to the family and friends of Martha May Forshee. We have lost another great person who has livedinAtlanta since her marriage; Arvella 'Sis" McMurphy, who was a much loved wife, mother, grand- mother, friend, cook at the school for many years, master painter, etc. All who knew and loved her will sadly miss her. We will keep you in our prayers. Please say a healing prayer or send a cheerful card to Nancy Jimkoski, Tyler English, Dorothy Yerrick, Gerry Peck, Patty Luxford, Nikki Parker, Wilma Kennedy, Ethan Cheney, Don Forrester, Roger Peterson, Larry Cunningham, Deborah Thompson, Denise Kane, Richard Gall, and Helen Carey. Also, please say a prayer to keep our troops, here in the states and on foreign lands, safe. Congratulations to Michael Suiter Or.) and Rachael Kent, on their recent marriage of Sept. 14. We wish you a lifetime of happiness. The Atlanta Community School graduating class of 1947 held their 66th reunion, at the Iron Kettle Restaurant in Lewiston on Sept. 9, 2013. A small group of classmates enjoyed happy greetings, a nice dinner, and some reminiscing. Out of a class of 26, only 9 members are still alive. We all enjoyed readingsomehumorous articles about our gOlden years, including one about a couple 92 and 89, who were happy about getting married and decided to use a pharmacy as their bridal registry. Classmates attending were Wayne (Elenore) Winter,Vernon (Betty) Klein, Fred Ammand, Lee Brooks, Archie medical expenses, from Tyler's swim- ming accident, where he broke his neck. Tyler is the son of Joey English. Tyler can use your support and prayers. The Atlanta Elk Fest will be held the last full weekend of Se!bt. (27-29) at the park and in the street (West of Main Street). Although the M-32/M32-33 intersection East will be closed, cus- tomers can still get .to the businesses on M-32/33 will still be open for busi- ness, and would appreciate your pa- tronage. The Elk Fest auction will be held on Saturday aftemoon, and busi- nesses and individuals are encouraged to donate new and gently used items that are in excellent condition, for the_ auction. Contact Mary Dugas or Gloria Schultz, or call the chamber office at 989-785-34.00. You can drop off items at the chamber office. Buttons and raffle tickets are available in most busi- nesses, so stop by and buy yours. A note from Chuck Whitmire re- minds us that volunteers are needed for the Ell Fest, before, during and after the event. Volunteers are needed for road closure and barricade place- ment, beer tent set-up, table and chair placement, ticket sales for various games and raffles, before and during the festival, people to help with games and events. Please call the chamber office at 989-785-3400 or leave your name and number on the message machine, or call Chuck Whitmire. at 989-350-0041. It takes a lot of man/ women power to make this event hap- pen, so please help. The Atlanta Hardware sponsored a giant pumpkin contest with five par- ticipants. Weigh-in will be at 4 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 27, prior to the Elk Fest Parade, in the hardware parking lot. A volunteer appreciation tea, spon- sored by the LadiesAuxiliaryVFW2356 will be held Oct. 20 from 2-4 p.m. at the VFW Hall in HiUman. Entertainment by Gary Bahrke, luncheon, and bring your favorite teacup and you might win a prize. Limited space is available so please RSVP by Oct. 10 to Judi Brown at 989-742-2236, after 7 p.m. You do not have to b a current volunteer. If you have done anything for free for some- one, you are a volunteer. NEW HOURS 7 a.m. -10 p.m. - 7 days a week Elk Fest Dinner Special 1/2 Barbecue Chicken FRIDA Y NIGHT AND ALL DA Y SA TURDA Y .. (BettyStuebing 0 Klein, andguests were The Ell Country Animal Shelter Au, Sue and KerryHocqQard, dgughtbr and:  mmn Metal Recycling day will be held son-in-law of the Archie Kleins. The group will meet the first Saturday after Labor Day next year, with meeting place to be decided. A benefit spaghetti dinner will be held for Tyler English on Sunday, Sept. 29, from 1-4 p.m., at the Gaylord Eagles Club at515 S. Wisconsin Ave., Gaylord. There will be a silent auction, live raffles, and 50150 drawings. Auction items range from gift certificates to U of M football tickets. Proceeds raised will help Tyler and his family with on Saturday, Oct. 19, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., in the lot behind the shelter. Nothing with freon will be accepted. Start collectingyour scrap to donate to this event. If you have any meetings, events, birthdays, anniversaries, parties, fimdralsers, etc. for the column, please contact me by Wednesday at gj schultz@voyager.net, 989-785-4771, or 10955 S. Baker Rd., Atlanta, MI 49709. I hope you have a safe and happy week! Atlanta School Breakfast and Lunch Menu Elem. - $2.10/HS - $2.40 Sept. 30 - Oct. 4 Monday: Breakfast- Muffin, Orange, juice & milk. Lunch - BBQ sandwich, California mix, fruit, milk. Tuesday: Breakfast- French toast, sausage, juice & milk. Lunch - Turkey burger, Sun Chips, fruit, milk. Wednesday: Breakfast- Eggs, toast, juice & milk. Lunch - Nachos deluxe, salad, fruit, milk. Thursday: No School Friday: No School LAM IS A DEADD LUNG DISEASE WITH NO i,<NOWN CURE Learn More '" Visit thelamfoundation.org J & K Custom Signs Engraved & Relief Routed Wood Signs John & Karen Gibson 16420 Harwood Rd, Atlanta 989-619-7697 ikcustomsigns @ hughes.net Reaching out to the needy and hurting is a good way to love your neighbor as yourself. We need your support in this endeavor. "The Caring Place" Atlanta Church of Christ 11651 M-33 Atlanta, M149709 785-4561 Thank You for Your Tax Deducta Support 00rise Atlanta Hillman Lake Avalon Ess Lake [  O,MUNICJ,TION$, LLC RushLng LakeLake HISH.SPEEO IHltNHff, canada CreeknRaanChy CABLE 111 & TELEPHONE 989-733-8100 1 87'7'-733-8101 I .SRC-MkCOM Michigan trapper education course now offered online A trapper education course is now being offered in classroom settings and online for Michigart residents who are interested in trapping furbearing animals. The course is not a requirement in Michigan, but the Depart- ment of Natural Resources and the conservation com- munity strongly encourage new trappers to take advan- tage of the knowledge and skills taught in the course. The purpose of the trapper education program is to help individuals throughout the U.S. acquire the knowl- edge, skill, attitude and judgment to selectively and re- sponsibly trap furbearing animals. To find a nearby traditional classroom course, go to www.michigan.gov/recreationalsafety for a searchable database of class offerings. There maybe fees associated with the traditional classroom course. The online course is free and can be found at www.trappered.com (click on U.S. Trapper Education Course). Students taking the course online are strongly encouraged to pre-register with a classroom instructor to fulfill the skill/field test portion of the course, and to take the Michigan student examination. There may be fees associated with the skills/field day. "Some states and provinces require a field day in addi- tion to the online program to have avalid trapper edu- cation certificate, and this program is designed to meetthoserequirements," said Sgt. Tom Wanless, program supervisor for the DNR's hunter education program. For more information on trapping and fur harvest- ing, visit the DNR website at www.michigan.gov/ trapping. Day High Low Sept. 16 57 27 17 67 27 18 74 38 19 80 38 20 74 52 21 59 38 22 52 29 The Atlanta area receiv,ed 0.40" of precipitation. Source: US Weather Bureau '-. 00DRIFTWOQO .p,oi0000 I - 989-785 2000 _ DINE IN - CARRY OUT I Stop Hunting Around! All your insurance needs can be met by: E.J. Paul Agency, LLC Atlanta Mike Paul and Bob J., Agents Office: 785-4578 Res: 785-4849