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8 Wednesday, October 16, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune Hillman Hometown Happenings Undo and Brenda As the fall season Thewholebusinessdistrictwillbepar- Correspondentcontinues, the col- ticipating in the trunk or treating cel- ors are absolutely beautiful. God has ebration in their individual parking truly blessed our area with an abun- lots, and the library parking lot will dance of trees dressed in their finest have extra room for those in the outly- fall fashions. The weather has held ingareaswhowanttobringtheirtreats out, other than some nasty rain-filled to town. The library restrooms will be days, but the sun has returned, available for public use as well! If you Scarecrows are beginning to make have questions regarding available an appearance on main street, wel- parking spaces or would like to help coming in the Halloween celebra- out contact Tina at the library, 742- dons. Community organizations are 4021. It is so nice to live in a commu- making plans for Halloween, starting nity that has volunteers to organize with the Hillman United Methodist these events. All of these efforts are Church who will be hosting a "Trunk geared to keep our little citizens as safe or Treat" fun night for children on as we can during this time. Thank you Saturday, Oct. 26 from 4-6 p.m. Par- to everyone who will be working these ents and kids are invited to decorate events. their cars and join them. There will be Remember the Volunteer Apprecia- a small prize for the best decorated tion Tea sponsored by the Ladies Aux- tnmk. Games, hot dogs, beverageswill iliary of the HillmanVFWon Saturday, be provided, and of course treats and Oct. 20 from 2-4 p.m. Bringyour favor- fun for all. ite tea cup and you may win a prize! On Thursday, Oct. 31 MediLodge will The Hillman High School Corn Maze be hosting a Community Halloween is open, and from what I hear it's a lot Party from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on the front of fun! lawn of MediLodge. The party will Red Hat Gals, you will be meeting on have games anda cookie decorating Thursday, Oct. 17 at 11:30 a.m. to eat station inside, and ahaunted house to lunch at Lickety Splits. walk through. Beverages and chips Beaver Lake Community Church is will be provided, hosting a free food give-away on AlannaBarsenwiUbehostingabake Thursday, Oct. 17 from noon until the sale to benefit Children's Miracle Net- food is gone. All are welcome. It is first work, in the Hillman United Method- come first serve, but everything is free. ist Church dining room on Saturday, There will be another food giveaway Oct. 19 beginning at 10 a.m. until sold on Thursday, Nov. 21. out. There will be no Music at the Mill for Montmorency County Public Li- Octobert or November, but there will braries, Hillman/Wright Branch will be a spedal Christmas Music at the be passing out treats, books and Mill on the third Friday in December. snacks onThursday, Oct. 31 from 5:30 Watchthe paper for more information p.m. to 8 p.m. duringthe regular com- on the Music at the Mill events. munity door-to-door trick or treating. The Brush Creek Mill will be hosting their annual dinner theater on Satur- day, Nov. 9, with doors opening at 4:15 p.m. and dinner at 5 p.m. The theater will begin at 7 p.m. This year's produc- tion is "A night with O'Henry." The dinner consists of lasagna, salad, gar- lic bread, and an assortment of des- serts, all are homemade by the volun- teers from the mill. Tickets go on sale beginning Oct. 17 and are available at the mill, the libraries and at Lickety Splits.Adults $10 in advance, $12 atthe door, children under 12 are admitted for $8. Happy birthday wishes to Larry Hyder, Johanna Wittman, Mary Kennard, Brian Klein Sr., Mike Rou- leau Jr., Bonnie Farrier, Jay Krebiehl, Nathan LaFramboise, Garnet Brandt, John Compeau, MattAbledinger, Tony Wixon, Michelle Brandt, Darleen Krebiehl, Gary Steinke, Jeannette Bahrke, Randy Herbek, Regina Hottois, Tina Johnson, Ann Ross, David Tyler, Mackenzie Soik, Marissa Granby, Aaron Bahrke, Jan Covington, LarryPeck, AngelaWefland; and Kevin Lounsbery. Happy anniversary to Wally and Louise Hunt, Dan and Rebecca Avery, Ron and Linda Lounsbery, Ion and HiUary Hiveley, Gary and Kathy Jones, and Claude and Harriet Hubert. Have a great week and enjoy the In- dian Summer! Remember to pray for our community, our nation, and our military. Send your information to Linda and Brenda at 211 Second Street, Hillman or bjsouth@hotmail.com or call 989 742-2563. Hillman Schools Breakfast and Lunch Menu Elem. - $2.20 / HS - $2.40 October 21-25 Monday: Breakfast- Pop tarts or cereal. Lunch - Beef & bean burrito, Mexican corn, chips & salsa, fruit & veggie bar. Tuesday: Breakfast - Fruit & yogurt parfait or cereal. Lunch- Turkey & cheese sub, home- made veggie soup, baked po- tato chips, fruit & veggie bar. Wednesday: Breakfast- Waffte stix or cereal. Lunch - BBQ beef on a bun, sweet potato puffs, baked beans, fruit & veggie bar. Thursday: Breakfast- Bacon, egg & cheese biscuit or cereal. Lunch - Mega pasta bar, mixed veggies, breadstick, fruit & veggie bar. Friday: Breakfast- Breakfast burrito or cereal Lunch - Pizza, corn, salad, fruit & veggie bar. IRENE BRILINSKI recently celebrated her lOOth birthday at MediLodge of Hillman on October 4th. Her family also held a large party for her on October 6th at McRae Park in Alpena. Happy lOOth Irene! Can't fred anything to write on? Get some scratch pads at the Tribune. Breakfast At The Hillman Senior Center 431 Pineview, St., Hillman October 20, 2013 9 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. Adults: $6 Children 6-12:$3 Children 5 & Under: Free Dinner Specials I.D. Tucker Pistol Team is seeking more members Practice: Mondays at 6:30 p.m. at the Black Lake Sportsmen's Club, 21249 Bonz Beach Hwy., Onaway. Competition w/Gaylord, Hillman Rogers City begins in January. Come join the fun and fellowship. For more information call: Terry Sanborn 785-2130 Oct. 20 2013 10 am - 4 pm Hillman Sportsman Club North County Road 451, Hillman $2 admission For more information call Joe at 742-4080 LAW OFFICE OF Shawn Cordes - Osborne PLLC Free Initial Consultation Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Company Formation To schedule an appointment call 231-348-9133 Owner Marie invites you to come in during the months of October and November to register for a free makeover to be given in the month of December. This makeover includes a perm, highlights, or color and facial, shellac's or manicure and a pedicure. 1 Welcoming New Patients Please attend and bring your ~+~ friends. You'll enjoy our ~~ ;:++"~+' ~ : !ii delicious breakfast and seeing ;i: ~:~i~:,~';~ [ old friends, as well as making I -IF I new onee! I( Yarn. Needlepoint. Scrapbooking. Models )l ...... Paint Projects-Puzzles-Games& More !l .......... l+ ....... ...... ++, I For a Life Worth Celebratine"