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lO Wednesday, October 23, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune I Lewiston Bits and Pieces b/Ih HunW • Wednesday, Oct. Correspondent 23: Aerobics Class, Fifty Plus Club, 10-11 a.m.; Commu- nity Sharing Building open, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; Fellowship Church Family Min- istry Food Pantry open, Michelson St., 1:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. • Thursday, Oct. 24: Lewiston Lakes Quilters, Congregational Church, 9:30 a.m. • Friday, Oct. 25: Aerobics Class, Fifty Plus Club, 10-11 a.m. • Saturday, Oct. 26: Farmer's Market, DowntownLewiston,8:30 a.m.-lp.m.; Community Sharing Building open, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. • Monday, Oct. 28: Aerobics Class, Fifty Plus Club, 10-11 a.m. • Tuesday, Oct. 29: TOPS, Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 9:15 a.m. Salutations, readers. My hubby and I took a road trip over a long weekend to , visit kids, grandldds and long-time friends. We lucked out and had beau- tiful weather the whole time. It was interesting to note the color and lack of it along the way. The middle of the state had very little color at all, while the south western side looks pretty good. Of course, in Indiana they still have roses blooming, and the burning bushes just have a slight tinge of color on some of the tips of their branches. It is always great to take time to see those we love, but then it is wonderful when we get back home and sleep in our own bed again. Please note above that the Commu- nity Sharing building will be open on Saturday this week only, to accommo- date those who are unable to make it there on their regular day to register for the Thanksgiving and Christmas pro- gram. That will be the last day for folks to register. The American Legion would like you to know that they will be handing out trinkets and treats on Halloween night between the hours of 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. So mom or dad, you can bring your little ones by the post located at 3060 Mantz St. to collect their goodies. Our local Boy Scouts are having a "Scout Fiesta" on Saturday, Nov. 2 from 4 p.m.-7 p.m. at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church. They will be serving tacos, nachos, Spanish rice and non- alcoholic Margaritas for the cost of your generous donation. The profit from this fundraiser will be put to- wards their Boy Scout camping trips, camping gear and whatever other scouting adventures there is money left over for. There will also be a bake sale to tempt your sweet tooth and 501 50 drawings to test your luck. I do be- lieve this is the first time for a Mexican fiesta and it provides a nice change of pace for everyone. The Sassie Lassies and Red Hatters will be getting together on Wednes- day, Oct. 30, at the Depot for lunch at noon. If you are not a "snowbird" and are looking for a little something fun to do after some of your friends have flown south for the next several weeks or months, this is certainly the group that will provide that. Newcomers are always welcome. Once again, the Lewiston School PTO is looking for popcorn sponsors. They already have ]ulie Vetrano and the Lewiston Mushroom Club on board with their $25 sponsorships and are very grateful to them for starting the year off for them. Unfortunately, two sponsors are not enough to keep it going for the entire school year. The $25 donation goes towards the pur- chase of supplies for weekly popcorn sales. Profits from those sales go di- rectly back into the classrooms to pur- chase supplies that our tax dollars no longer quite cover. Donations may be dropped off at the elementary school office or to Jennifer Paffi at the Huston Real Estate office. She or the school office will also take those Box Tops for Education, Campbell Labels and Spar- tan UPC labels. Now through Nov. 1 they are having a drive to bring in 25,000 Box Tops for Education, which will garner them $2500 in cash to spon- sor assemblies, special projects and supplies for our students. You can also drop off any metal for recycling at school as well. So there are several ways you can help make education a little richer for our students without emptying your wallet. Anything the community is able to do is greatly ap- preciated by the PTO and the students. Celebrating anniversaries and re- ceiving good wishes are Don and Mary Lou Milner, Oct. 25; ]im and Bey Th- ompson, Oct. 26; and Bob and Bonnee Elston, Oct. 27. Birthday wishes are going to Sarah Dewey, Hunter Johnson and Donald Wehrmeister, Oct. 23; Maggie Wells, Oct. 24; Cassie Campbell, Fran Hart, Dave Peitz and Oril Ann Perkins, Oct. 25; ]eft Behnke, Steven Cady, Wayne Connelly, Cheryl Richter and ]aclyn VanOverbeke, Oct. 26; Krystal Kingery, Rob Munger, Kendra Neal and Barry Ryan, Oct. 27; Tom Bose, CourmeyCox and ]im Dixon, and Roberta Hanna, Oct. 29. If you have news to be published, please contact me by Wednesday the week be- fore you want to see it in the paper. 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OWlt Johannesburg-Lewiston Area Schools NOTICE OF VACANCY The Johannesburg-Lewiston Area Schools Board of Education is accepting applications for a vacancy on the Board of Education. The individual will serve as a Board Trustee from November 2013 - December 2014. Applicants must be a registered voter and resident of Johannesburg-Lewiston Area Schools. Letter of interest should be submitted no later than Friday, October 25, 2013 at 3 p.m. to: JLAS Board of Education President Michael Vogt 10854 M-32 Johannesburg, MI 49751 Johannesburg-Lewiston Area Schools "The Best Place to Learn" J-L Schools Breakfast and Lunch Menu K-5- $2.25 / 6-8- $2.50 HS- $2.75 October 28-31 Monday: Deluxe nachos, diced peaches, milk. Tuesday: Chicken patty, baked ---beans, carrots, applesauce, milk. Wednesday: Chicken quesadilla, corn, black beans, oranges, milk. Thursday: Pepperoni pizza, salad, pears, milk. 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