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May 25, 2015 - garden totes

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CMU Events

‘The Timeless Beauty of Michigan’ art vaunt — by Jun 1. CMU’s Park Library will horde “The Timeless Beauty of Michigan,” an muster of paintings by Rex F. Tower, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily by Jun 1 in a library’s Baber Room.

Fifteenth Annual CHiP In Golf Tournament — Thursday, May 28. The Herbert H. Grace A. Dow College of Health Professions during Central Michigan University will horde a 15th annual four-person best round hasten CHiP In Golf Tournament from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. during a PohlCat Golf Course in Mt. Pleasant. Proceeds will advantage a Health Professions Student Economic Assistance Fund.

GAFT Kids Kreative Day

GAFT is hosting a Kreative Kids Day from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 30, during a Gladwin City Park. Cost is $5 per child. Children grades K-6 will examination in 8 opposite stations of activities. Improvisation, artistic movement, theatre construction, storytelling, craft, and buoyant house. Lunch supposing in a cost. Visit www.gladwinareafriendsofthetheatre.org or call 989-426-5571 for some-more information.

Gleaner Harmony Arbor events

The Gleaner Harmony Arbor #273 will accommodate during 7 p.m. on Thursday, Jun 4, during a Gratiot Medical Center, Rm. 1162. Speaker Sarah Waseenaar will plead healthy lifestyles and safety. Members are asked to move healthy snacks. Chairpersons are Rose Peck and Leona VanHorn. A business assembly will follow. Reservations for a Jul beef grill are due by Jun 14. To make a reservation, call Dale and Mavis during 436-3497. Also, they will be watching Flag Day during 7 p.m. on Sunday, Jun 14, during a St. Louis City Hall. Elected and open officials have been invited and a St. Louis Girl and Boy Scouts will participate. Chairperson is Dick Coleman. The open is invited and speedy to move a grass chair.

5K to flog off festivals

A 5K walk/run will flog off a Mt. Pleasant Summer Festival and a Mt. Pleasant Craft Beer Festival starting during 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Jun 6, during Island Park in Mt. Pleasant. Participants are speedy to dress in festive, suitable rigging such as tutus, jester outfits, splendid colors, superhero gear, or other fun attire for a event.

Chippewa Valley Frog Walk

A Frog Walk will be reason during 9 a.m. on Jun 6, during Deerfield Park. The Chippewa Valley Audubon will have an tour to assistance locate frogs, turtles, invertebrates, and salamanders. Youth and adults are acquire to attend.

Free formulation seminar set for Jun 16

CLA Estate Services is hosting a giveaway estate formulation seminar from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jun 16, during Cheers Neighborhood Grill in Mt. Pleasant located during 1700 W. High St. The seminar will yield profitable information for seniors on securing one’s estate and retirement planning. Guests will accept a workbook and information per a pros and cons of wills and trusts, how to equivocate probate, long-term health caring concerns, and taxation rebate planning. For some-more information, call 1-866-252-8721 to RSVP.


American Red Cross blood drives

A blood expostulate will be reason from 1 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 26, during a Alma Public Library. A blood expostulate will also be reason from noon to 5 p.m. on Thursday, May 28, during St. Louis Church of Christ. Everyone who comes out to present during a library on May 26 will accept a Red Cross receptacle bag. Those who present during a jail that same day will also accept one. The blood expostulate that had been scheduled for Wednesday, May 27, during MidMichigan Medical Center has been rescheduled. It will be reason on Friday, Jun 12, instead. Call 1-800-REDCROSS or revisit www.redcrossblood.org to report AN appointment. Call a Gratiot County Service Center of a American Red Cross for some-more information during 989-463-3209.

Green Series eventuality set for May 28

Green Series: Gardening Basics will be reason during 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 28, during Sherman Township Library located during 3453 N. School Rd. in Weidman. Paul Gross and a guest master gardener from a MSU Extension bureau will be attending. They will be during a library to speak about gardening basis and assistance in responding questions we might have per your grass and/or garden.

Medicaid and long-term caring formulation workshop

A seminar on Medicaid and long-term caring formulation will be reason from 2 to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Jun 2, during Kerr Law Firm located during 205 S. Main Street in Mt. Pleasant. Find out a law about “spend down.” Also, learn about what needs to be finished during this seminar before we or your desired ones are in a crisis. Seating is limited. No cost. Call 989-773-7071 to haven a space.

MARSP assembly set for Jun 2

The Clare County Chapter of a Michigan Association of Retired School Personnel (MARSP) will accommodate during noon on Tuesday, Jun 2, in a Michigan Room during Mid Michigan Community College – Harrison Campus. Mike Jenkins from Elm Creek Nursery will be a guest speaker. For some-more information, hit Chapter Vice President Connie Coughlin during 539-3076.

Fireworks fundraiser set for Jun 27

The Harrison fireworks arrangement will reason a Scotch Doubles 9-Pin fundraiser during 7 p.m. on Jun 27 during Snowbird Lanes in Harrison. The cost is $30 per integrate for 4 games and money prizes. The eventuality is being sponsored by Snowbird Lanes and Harrison Chamber of Commerce. For some-more information or to pointer up, call 989-539-7242 or 989-539-6011.

Reading module to start Jun 15

The Summer Reading Program is set to start on Jun 15, that gives copiousness of time for people to put together a summer reading list. The Chippewa River District Library has new releases and best sellers to select from.

Buccilli donates $525 to Clare students

Clare High School play students supposed a concession from Shari Buccilli of Buccilli’s Pizza in Clare. Buccilli’s sponsored a “Drama Day” on Thursday, May 14, with a idea of donating 10 percent of a increase from their sales. Shari presented a play II students with a check for $525.

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