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4 Wednesday, October 16, 2013 The Montmorency County Tdbune by Rulk Hunw • Wednesday, Oct. Correspondent 16: 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. 17: Lewiston Lakes Quilters, Congregational Church, 9:30 a.m.; Ladies Society, Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 10 a.m. • Friday, Oct. 18:Aerobics Class, Fifty Plus Club, 10 - 11 a.m. • Saturday, Oct. 19: Farmer's Market, Downtown Lewiston, 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.; Christmas in October, 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. • Monday, Oct. 21: Aerobics Class, Fifty Plus Club, 10-11 a.m.; Elk Coun- try Animal Shelter, Shelter Building, 6:30 p.m.; Albert Township Meeting, Township Hall, 7 p.m. • Tuesday, Oct. 22: TOPS, Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 9:15 a.m.; Mont- morency County Genealogical Soci- ety, HiUman Wright Public Library, 10:30 a.m. Hi there, readers. Coming up on Fri- day we should see a full moon. With luck, it will be a beautiful clear night and we will be honored with that gor- geous "harvest moon" that shows it- self in the fall. It always looks so much bigger and is such a rich orange color when we get it, and, growing up with myfarmer roots, I always look forward to seeing it. Please note that the Farmer's Mar- ket has changed its opening time to 8:30 a.m. Theyarehopingto stayopen at least through the holidays, if not all winter. When the weather is dry and warm, you will find them in the park, but when the weather chooses not to cooperate with them, theywill be next door to Talley's. You can either go up the stairs, or use the ramp on the side of the building. Community Sharing is now taking registrations for families who will need help for Thanksgiving and Christmas. They are taking names on the remaining Wednesdays in Oct. and also on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. The Saturday option is new this year as they are hoping to accommodate those who can't stop by Wednesdays. Of course, for those ofyouwho are able, theyare also open to receiving donations of goods or money. It takes a lot to keep this orga- nization going and every little bit helps. The Montmorency County Genea- logical Society will be meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at the Hillman Wright Library. Their 10:30 meeting will include election of officers and program topics and speakers for the coming year will be discussed. If you are able to stay later and want to learn more about or some help navigating the website, there will be people available to assist News from the Montmorency Conservation District The Montmorency Conservation District would like to welcome Aprille W'flliamson to our team. She will be the bookkeeper for MCD. Apfille is a lifetime resident of Atlanta, MI. She is involved in many community pro- grams, such as 4-H, the Chamber of Commerce, and many other community services. She is a graduate from Atlanta High School (Class Valedictorian), and currently holds a BBA in Accounting and Management from Northwood University. She is married and has two children. Please join us on Oct. 23rd at the Annual Meeting to welcome Aprille to the Montmorency Conservation District TheMontmorencyConservationDistrictAnnualBoard Meeting will be held Wednesday, Oct. 23 from 6:30 - 9 p.m. at the district office located at the fairgrounds on M- 33 north of Atlanta. Nominees for board seats are Candiss VanOverbeke (4- year term), ]ames Krueger (3-year term), and Mike Nichols (3-year term). Please stop by and vote. Pastries and refreshments will be served. ater To Open Monday through Thursday New Patients Are Always Welcome Office Hours By Appointment (989) 786-2104 John P. Marconnit D.D.S., P.C. General Dentistry P.O. Box 170, Bay Street Lewiston, MI 49756 Lewiston Post 198 3060 Mantz • Lewiston, MI 989-786-3525 Every Thursday: Detroit Style Coney's....5-7 p.m. Every Friday: All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry .... 5-8 p.m. "The Friendliest Post in the North/" *You must be a member of the American Legion, the Women's Auxiliary or the SAL to purchase alcholic beverages. Absolutely no unauthorized gambling permitted on the premises. JOIN TODAY! you with that. If you have questions ahead of time, you can call Karen Funk, 989-742-3037. You may notice that in my anniver- sarywishes I had a couple celebrating their anniversary on Oct. 12, and then they will be celebrating it again on Oct. 18. Well, somewhere along the line, I put the Puskers down correctly, but failed to erase them from the in- correct date. This week, after it was brought to my attention (again), I took their names from the 12th and they only get to celebrate once from now on. Anniversary wishes this week go to Greg and Jill Kraft, Oct. 17; Bob and Helen Pusker, Oct. 18; Robert and Honey Lee Porth, Oct. 19; and John and Barbara Burgess, Oct. 22. This week's birthday wishes go to Mike Courterier, Bill Craig, Dwight Devereaux, Sharon Hallam, Bob KoriI and Lynette Pena, Oct. 16; Paula Schoening and Ken Rinke, Oct. 17; Thelma Crawford, Oct. 18; MaryAnn Benton, Iessica Heine and Liz West, Oct. 19; Grant Barnes, andDewey Ellis, Oct. 21; and Margarite Aldrich, Joe Hofer and Lillian Kidder, Oct. 22. If you have news to be published, please contact me byWednesday the week before you want to see it in the paper. Call me, 786-4534, email me, or drop me a note, 2456 S. Co. Rd. 489, Lewiston, 49756. THINK OF IT AS AN OWNER'S MANUAL FOR YOUR MONEY. The free Consumer Action Handbook. 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