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8 Wednesday, September 25, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune Hillman Hometown Happenings Good Time Charlie's Tavern Formerly 'lkes Bar b/lima and Brenda Hello, Hillman. Correspondent Ourdays are getting shorter or our nights are getting longer, don't know for sure, but I do know I miss the sun! We have had an abundance of crops this year, toma- toes, apples, and sweet corn! All have been plentiful. There is a saying that if we have an exceptional abundance in the harvest, our winter will be long and cold. I hope that is just a saying and not a reality. Michigan is a won- derful state and our four seasons are beautiful for the most part, but fight about the first of March I have had enough of the white stuff and cold weather. Let us hope that our winter is brief, warmer, and provides enough snow for a great winter vacation for our snowmobilers and ice fishermen. Red Hat Gals, you will be meeting at the Hillman Subway on Thursday, Sept. 26th at 11:30 a.m., andifweather permits you Hill eat at the park for your last picnic style lunch of the sea- son. The Hillman Ladies Auxiliary VFW 2356 will be hosting a Volunteer Ap- preciation Tea on Oct. 2O from 2-4 p.m. at the VFWHallin Hillman. There llbe entertainment by GaryBahrke, a luncheon, and bring your favorite tea cup and you might win a prize. There is limited space so RSVP by Oct. 10 to Judi Brown at 742-2236 after 7 p.m. MediLodge of Hillman will be host- ing a four person golf scramble at Riv- ers Edge Golf Club on Werth Road in Alpena. All proceeds will go to the Alzheimer's Association of Northern Michigan. It is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 29, with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. The cost is $65 a person or $260 per team. You can register with Eric at Riv- ers Edge Golf Club 354-4312, or with Brett or Chaley at MediLodge by call- ing 742-4581. MediLodge is also host- ing the 6th annual Bass Tournament, also being held on Sunday, Sept. 29 at Fletcher's Floodwaters. Entry fee is $50 a boat. Deadline to enter will be the Friday before (Sept 27). Check-in starts at 6 a.m. The tournament goes from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information contact Patricia Mellingen at 989 464- 0326. Proceeds will benefit the Memory Care Unit at MedliLodge of Hillman. The Brush Creek Mill Hill be hosting their Applefest/Antiques and Crafts event on Saturday Oct. 5 from 9-4 p.m. Rental spaces are available for $35, both inside and outside. Apple dumplings orders are being taken now. They come two in a bag for $5, with baking instruc- tions included. You can call the mill at 742-2527 to order, orleaveyour order in the gift shop. Caramel sauce is $1 extra, and you can pay for them when you pick them up at Applefest. Fresh apple cider Hill be available for sale as well. We would like to report a special birthday for Hillman resident Marga- ret Kirby who celebrated her 80th birthday at the Brush Creek Mill on Saturday, Sept. 21st. Margaretwas sur- prised with a small gathering of friends and family, and her brother flew in from Alaska to celebrate with her. Con- gratulations! Happy birthday to Sue Bell on Sept. 26, and happy anniversary to Jim and Sue Bell on Sept. 27. Happy birthday wishes to George Creamer, Nathan Balog, IessicaWhite, Jonathan Schultze, Joshua Cordes, Brian Klein Jr., Kayla Wixon, Noel Hardies, Masie Morrison, Lisa Balog, Mary Hubbard, Maggie Battle, Andy Keegan, Bill Brandt Jr., Ioyce Cordes, Bonnie Frye, Tom Barrie Jr., Lori Jacobs, Nolan Wade, and Zachary Cameron. Happy anniversary to Rick and Shanna Firman, Chris and Donna Baranyai, Walter and Susan Elowski, Kenneth and Peggy Parent, Jason and Amy Winfield, and John and leannine O'Farrell. Have a great week, and remember to pray for our nation, our military and their families. Send your information to Linda and Brenda at 211 Second Street, Hillman or call 989 742-2563 or e-mail to bjsouth@hotmail.com Dinner Specials ttappy Boor 4-6 Friday Cod Dinner $8.99   tk. (beer-battered or baked) Saturday Night .... Steak Dinner $10.99 :" Charbroiled New York Strip ..... ,' with choice of potato IIkMnu  " 20010 M-32 Hillman • 742-3000 Teachers #1 Selling Shoes by Naturalizer Can[o lit Music NoW *lO o,,, Was *69 ss Now $5999 Sizes 5 to 12 • Narrow - Wide Width gna The Shoe Store NattmoUzen Shoes • Nlglmltmcm • Ptmam*, Fontal Ihtesees 119 N. Second Ave. Downtown Alpena • 356-0913 shoes@ 119n2nd.com  facebook/theshoestore LT GREENHOUSE SUPPLY in Hillman offers a variety of organic growing products. New business often growing supplies by YvonneSwuger A new business in Sloffreporler Hillman will be offering indoor growing supplies all year. LT Green- house Supply, located at 230 E. Progress St., is owned by Tim LaFleche and Larry Bye. The business opened July 1 and offers a variety of products including hobby green- houses, indoor growing materials and or- ganic fertilizers. "There is nothing anywhere close to here that offers the stuff that I have," Bye said. Hobby greenhouses, he said, are perfect for starting an outdoor garden, and there is enough sun in this area to merit three grow- ing seasons without supplementing heat and light. "You could start growing in your greenhouse in April and you could be actually eating vegetables before you could even put an out- side garden in," Bye ex- plained. Hillman Schools Breakfast and Lunch Menu Elem. - $2.20 / HS - $2.40 September 30 Monday: Breakfast- Pop tarts or cereal. Lunch - Whole grain corn dog, garden spinach salad, seasoned peas, apples, fruit & veggie bar. A NEW BUSINESS in Hillman offers indoor growing products year around. The business obtained a nursery license late in the growing season this year, but there are currently plum trees and a variety of apple trees available at a discount. There are plans to also stock pear and peach trees in the spring. Bye said he and LaFleche are currently takin, g orders for spring. "The earlier you get your order in, the better your chances of getting what you want," Bye said. Those interested in placing an order can call 989-742-2195. The hours of operation are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Mon.-Fri. and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday. • Investments • Estate Planning Strategies • Retirement Planning Ameriprise . Finam:ial • Small Business Owners Shaun Osborne CFP €, CRPC s, Clm3 e FinancI,,I Advisor Certified FIn,,nci,,I Planner TM 24410 Veterans Memorial Hwy. Hillman, MI 49746 866-439-0911 shaun.m.osborne @ ampf.com ameripriseadvisors.com/shaun.m.osbome Get CaugM Blue-Handed Saturday, October 5 www.BuyNearbyMl.com Hove fun, Feel good. 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