Big Sister Christy Rowley and Little Sister Annabelle, along with Big Brother Norm Gage and Little Brother Jordan were matched this past Thursday, October 10th at Gladwin Intermediate School. They are looking forward to spending lunch together, playing board games and having fun! Anyone interested in learning more about our Lunch Buddies program or how to become a volunteer call us at (989) 386-9304, or e-mail us at email@example.com or check us out on Facebook!
By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare City Manager Ken Hibl announced in his agenda report Monday evening that Clare County will be honored in Harrison November 6 as a “broadband-certified” county, one of only seven in the State. “Clare City has played a key role in this initiative,” Hibl added. He said Clare City Treasurer and Director of Information Technology Steven Kingsbury, and Ken Chinavare, director of Technology Regional Information Technology Services at the Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, will both be featured speakers at the event, which will be held in the south lobby area of the Clare County [...]
A beautiful summer morning made for a great golf outing at the first annual Clare County Youth Football Scramble. Organized by friends of Clare Co. Parks & Recreation and the Three City Youth Football organizations of Clare, Farwell and Harrison. All proceeds were donated and matched by friends to help aid expenses throughout the season.
Judge Joshua Farrell of the 80th District Court in Clare and Gladwin counties was recently notified by the State Court Administrative Office that the Recovery Court for the District Court and the 55th Circuit Court had been awarded a continuation grant of $35,000 for the coming fiscal year under the Michigan Drug Court Program. This grant is the third such award under this program for the Courts, having received a startup grant in October 2011 and a continuation grant in 2012, a total of $90,000. In addition to the grant funds, both Clare and Gladwin counties have contributed funds to [...]