Community Events

October 1, 2015

A ministry for life daily Hurts, Habits and Hangups. A 12-step biblical program based on the 8 recovery principals. Meetings every Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Brown Corners Brethren Church located at 5540 S. Clare Ave. in Clare, Mich. More information call 989-386-6488.
Come join us for Celebrate Recovery’s 2nd year anniversary with music and live testimony on Tuesday, October 13, 2015 here at the church from 7-9. Refreshments available. PD 10/2

Thursday and Friday, October 8 and 9 from 9am – 5pm and Saturday, October 10 from 9am – 1pm. Proceeds will be used for Missions, Community and Church projects. Sale is located in the Education Building basement at 105 E. Seventh Street, Clare. Sponsored by the Clare United Methodist Women.

The Lake George Boosters Club invites everyone to their monthly Breakfast Buffet.  We are located at 89 S. Bringold North of Lake George.  We serve from 8am to 11am on Saturday, October 3.  Hope to see you there.

Mid Michigan Community College’s Harrison campus offers 3 miles of walking and 15 miles of mountain biking trails, which are always open to the public.  Every year, the college hosts races on them, and runners and bikers wind through acres of woods and clearings.
But, in October, these trails will offer community members something very different—because on six different evenings, MMCC’s trails will be haunted.
This is the fourth year that MMCC’s Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society will host the Deadwood Grove Haunted Trails.  Trails will be open October 16, 17, 23, 24, 30, and 31 from 7-10PM.
The cost to attend is $7/person or $5 for children 12 and under.  Proceeds from this student-run event will be used to support MMCC’s Honor Society programming and general student activities at the college.
For more information about the Haunted Trails events at MMCC, contact Tammy Alvaro at 989.386.6634 or  To learn more about the college’s public trail systems and to view or print trail maps, visit or contact Tiffani Lewis at 989.386.6651.

Hamlin Recreational Committee and volunteers is organizing their 2nd Haunted House. October 17-18 & 23-24 from 7-10 PM. Located in Lake George- Follow the signs! All proceeds will go towards revitalizing the field. For more information see:
If you would like to Volunteer, Contact Connie @ 989-387-5559

Rosebush Ecumenical Assistance Program (REAP) – Free food pantry Thursday’s at the St. Henry Church – corner of Mission & Vernon Rd   Serving Rosebush 48878, Mt. Pleasant 48858, Clare 48617, Farwell 48622, Lake 48632, Weidman 48893 only.
Hours 9:00am – 11:00am. Please bring a valid Michigan Photo ID. Please contact 989-433-2957 or for more information.
Located at Rosebush United Methodist Church, 3805 School Street (behind the Rosebush Elementary School)

There will be a Trapper Education class October 24th at the Harrison Sportsman Club 3704 N Harrison Ave. in Harrison. This class will teach students about equipment used in trapping, methods of trapping different animals and the responsibility of doing this in an ethical manor. This is an online / homes study course so you are required to complete the online segment and print out the completion certificate or pick up a book and complete the questions at the end of the chapters before the class starts.
The books can be picked up at the Gladwin, Clare or Harrison Chamber of Commerce offices or at Whitetails Live. The class will start at 9 AM and should end around 4 PM and you need to preregister by calling Dale Hendershot at 989-426-8085. There is a fee of $5 to help cover the cost of two traps that you take home.
Here is a link the web site to the online class. . Lunch will be provided hotdogs and chips.

Chris Bagwell will lead a discussion on restoring passenger train service between Ann Arbor and Traverse City Oct. 10 during a monthly meeting of the Michigan Association of Railroad Passengers in Mt. Pleasant.
Bagwell is executive vice president and general manager of the Great Lakes Central Railroad that is contemplating passenger rail on what had been the historic Ann Arbor Railroad route that Great Lakes currently uses to move freight.
His talk will begin roughly at 10:15 a.m. at the CMU Research Corporation building, 2625 Denison Drive, inside the business development park.
Erin Strang, president  and CEO of the CMU Research Corporation, will lead a discussion on instituting a local shuttle service in Mt. Pleasant.
A survey conducted by the Center for Resilient Communities, formerly known as the Michigan Land Use Institute in Traverse City, shows wide support for passenger rail between Ann Arbor and Traverse City. Name of the rail study is A2TC and would be popular among college students and tourists.

Faith United Methodist Church is celebrating the beautiful fall season with a Harvest Dinner on November 7th from 5:00-7:00pm in the fellowship hall at FUMC.
We are providing a traditional Thanksgiving feast, including turkey and gravy, homemade mashed potatoes, stuffing, vegetables, cranberry salad, rolls, and dessert!  Dinner is $10.00 for guests 18 and older, $7.00 for guests 3-17, kids 2 and under eat free.  FUMC members will also be selling goods that they have made using their own God-given talents, via a program at Faith called Grow Your Talent.  Event Address:  209 E. Jefferson Street, Coleman 48618

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