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Wednesday, October 16, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune 5 Guys & Dolls Pin Pals 17-4 Babaganoosh 15-16 Poker Change .12-2 The Scrappers 9-12 Pairs & Spares 6-15 Split Happens 2-12 Team 2 2-5 Team high game and series, The Scrappers, 984-2509; men's high game and series, Robert Sietman II, 257-693; women's high game and se- ries, Kara Anderson, 188-477. Tuesday Nite Men's Lewiston Hotel 33-9 Real Estate One 31-11 Tandem Transport 26-16 Talley's 21-21 Iron Kettle II 2,1-21 Peyton Painting 18-24 Barry's Auto 16-26 Team high game and series, Peyton Painting, 1030-2843; men's high game and series, Harold Miller, 259-715. Monday Nite Ladies Lewiston Lodge 29-6 Bearfoot Restoration 26-9 Stark Construction 24-11 Nelson Funeral Home 17-18 Woodruff Chiropractic 17-18 Bud Jones Insurance 17-18 Redwood Steak House 6-29 Bye 0-0 Team high game, Bearfoot Res- toration, 683; team high se- ries, Nelson Funeral Home, 1867; women's high game and series, Stephanie Sietman, 222-547. Senior Matinee Nice Try 28-14 BS's 28-14 Penguins 26-16 Hot Shots 24-18 BJ's 19-23 Miss Fits 19-23 Alley Cats 13-29 Avengers 11-31 Team high game and series, Nice Try, 703-1978; men's high game, Lee Sperry, 211; men's high series, Dennis Barstow, 541; women's high game and series, Kris Pullen, 217-585. Lewiston Gang Seagulls 38-11 Orioles 32-17 Blue Jays 271/2-211/2 Cardinals 26-23 Hawks 23-26 Robins 21-28 Eagles 16-33 Mourning Doves 121/2-361/2 Team high game and series, Seagulls, 719-2051; men's high game and series, J. Vaughan, 247-662; women's high game, M. Biron, 203; women's high series, E. Herr, 486. Thursday Night Mix Cast Offs 35-14 3 Rights & A Wrong 31-18 Happy Buds 29-20 Timbertown Lanes 26-23 Arctic Cats 24-25 Not A Clue 23-26 Split Happens 22-27 Team high game and series, Cast Offs, 844-2280; men's high game, Ed Umstead, 285; men's high series, Larry Sticklin, 700; women's high game and series, Judy Jonas, 245-654. Friday Nite Men's Rogue 35-7 Twin Lakes Auto 27-15 K-N-K Excavating 23-19 Talley's 21-21 Lewiston Glass 21-21 Moose Lodge 18-24 Nelson's Funeral Home 13-29 Team high game, K-N-K Exca- vating, 1156; team high se- ries, Talley,s, 3143; men's high game, Robert Sietman II, 279; men's high series, Dave Keyser, 700. Tired of getting the local news from Aunt Mildred? Stay up to date with the Montmorency County Tribune. ) She 'll probably love you even if you don't take her to eat at the Redwood... But Why Take A Chance! 10 Parmesan Whitefish,.. $1 499 Sweet & Sour Shrimp... $12aa Roast Prime Rib Au Jus... Sl 59s oz N.Y. Strip w/Mushroom Garnish... $1 499 Two Lobster Tails. $5 Off! Saturday, Oct. 26 Prizes, Games & Karaoke Booking Christmas Parties Now Open Daily At 4:30 p.m. - Early Bird Spedals Sun.-Thurs. 4:30-6 p.m. (989) 786-4600 oLewiston, Michigan Located at the corner of County Rd. 489 & 612 www.theredwoodsteakhouse.com Brett Williams, Mid-Michigan Re- gional Coordinator for Michigan Consumers for Health Care will give an informative power point presen- tation and answer questions about the Affordable Care Act on two sepa- rate occasions and for two different audiences on October 24, 2013. From 8 - 10 a.m., he will be speaking to business people with a special pre- sentation geared to business people at the Granum Theater, Alp ena Cam: munity College. At 7:30 p.m. at the Granum Theater, Alpena Commu- nity College he will be speaking tO the average consumer of health care. He will be talking about access and benefits available to Michigan citi- zens as well as answering questions about how the Affordable Care Act will impact you. The morning program is sponsored by the District Health Department #3 and the Alpena Chamber of Com- merce. There is a charge of $15 to attend. The evening program is sponsored by the League of Women Voters. There is no charge for the evening program and it is open to all citizens interested in attending and finding out what the Affordable Care Act will mean for them. The goal is to provide information about this im- portant new lawwhich will be imple - mented in 2014. Michigan has already seen imple- mentation of the early measures of the Affordable Care Act put into ef- fect in 2010. More will be seen in the near future. The Michigan Consum- ers for Healthcare (MCH) coalition is working to address the opportuni- ties that health care reform presents and to provide a coordinated, strate- gic voice to achieve immediate and long term results. Williams is a graduate of the Uni- versity of Michigan and a former reg- istered lobbyist with the Michigan Pharmacists Association. He is a former legislative aide to State Rep- resentative Ehardt (R-Lapeer) and State Representative ]ulian (R- Durand) who now coordinates Michigan Consumers for Healthcare (MCH) Coalition activities in Central Michigan. His assigned region in- cludes Ingham, Livingston, Isabella and lackson county. Over the past two years, Williams has studied ex- tensively on the impact the Patient Protection Affordable Care Act (PPACA) will have on consumers, businesses and non-profits. He has done countless presentations across Michigan as well as lectured at Cen- tral Michigan University, Eastern Michigan University and Michigan State University. Williams also staffs MCH's Legislative Work Group. The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active par- ticipation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policythrough education and advocacy. For inquiries about the evening program, please contact: Judi Stillion, 989/356-1634. For in- quiries on the morning program, please contact: Jackie Krawczak, Chamber of Commerce, 989-354- 4181. With the opening of pheasant hunting season right around the comer, the Department of NaturalResources reminds hunters that there are a growing number of oppommities to take part in this treasured Michigan tradition. Pheasant hunting season is Oct. 10-31 in the Upper Peninsula in Menominee County and portions of Iron, Marquette, Dickinson and Delta counties; Oct. 20: Nov. 14 in the Lower Peninsula and Dec. 1 - Jan. I in selected areas of Zone 3. The bag limit is two male pheasants daily, with four in possession. A small game license is required to hunt pheasants. "A few years ago Outdoor Life magazine rated Michigan's Thumb in the top 10 places in the country to go pheasant hunting, which points to the fact that pheas- ant hunting is still alive and well in our state," said Al Stewart, DNR upland game bird specialist. "The DNR and our partners are making progress toward creating more quality pheasant hunting opportunities with the Michigan Pheasant Restoration Initiative, a collabora- tive effort to revitalize Michigan pheasants." Stewart explained that, while pheasant populations have been in decline for a number of years, pheasants Thank you to everyone who took the time to attend the September 29 benefit held in my honor at the St. Francis of Assisi Church. The benfit was well-organized and had a large turnout. Thank you again for caring, attending and helping me out in my time of need. Michelle Camago can be found in southern Lower Michigan and in some areas of the Upper Peninsula. The best counties for pheasant hunting are in south-central to mid-Michigan and into the Thumb. There are some localized concen- trations of birds elsewhere based on habitat availability. Stewart advises hunters to look forwarm-season grasses, especially idle farm fields. Late-season hunters can have success in cattail and shrub lands adjoining picked agri- cultural fields. The DNR asks hunters to help monitor pheasants and quail in Michigan by becoming a "hunter cooperator" and filling out a survey form, which provides important information about the status of these game birds. The Michigan Pheasant Restoration Initiative aims to create small game hunting opportunities, increase wild- life populations, improve hunter satisfaction and help Michigan's economy. Landowners can get involved, and can get technical and financial assistance, by forming cooperatives to create and enhance pheasant habitat. Bringing back quality pheasant hunting to Michigan is onewaythe DNRplans to createworld-class recreational opportunities with funding from hunting and trapping license sales. For more information about the Michigan Pheasant Restoration Initiative, and about pheasant hunting, visit www.michigan.gov/pheasant. OCt. 20 2013 10 am - 4 pm Hillman Sportsman Club North County Road 451, Hillman $2 admission For r ore information call Joe at 742-4080 Thinking about a new home? Think First Federal. Whether you're ready to buy, build, or refinance, First Federal has a mortgage that's right for you. And all of our lending decisions are made right here, by people who know and understand you. Contact our mortgage specialist today! Penny Shumaker Mortgage Loan Specialist Lewiston & Mio Branches 989-786-9114 ext. 7806 www,first-federal.com J-L Schools Breakfast and Lunch Menu K-5- $2.25 / 6-8- $2.50 HS- $2.75 October 21-25 Monday: Hamburger, sweet potato puffs, broccoli, peaches, milk. Tuesday: Grilled cheese, to- mato soup, cucumbers, apples, milk. Wednesday: Chicken fajitas, carrots, orange, milk. Thursday: Pepperoni pizza, salad, pineapple, milk. Friday: Chicken nuggets, bread sticks, smiley fries, baked beans, applesauce, milk.