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Community Events July 25, 2014

REGULAR MEETING
Regular meeting of North Central Area Chapter #19, State Employee Retirees Association, will be held Tuesday, August 5, at the Houghton Lake Community Building (located back of The Pines Theater), beginning at 2 p.m.
All retired state employees and their spouses are invited (and encouraged) to attend. For information call (989) 386-0085.

6TH ANNUAL SURVIVAL RIDE & BREAST CANCER BASH

Fire & Iron Mc Station 370 Of Central Michigan will be holding their 6th Annual Survival Ride & Breast Cancer Bash

In Honor of Tamara Adams of Clare, Michigan  on August 23, 2014 at The Isabella County Fairgrounds  (500 N Mission Rd, Mt Pleasant, MI 48858)

6th Annual Survival Ride

Registration 10am-12:15pm , Departs 12:30pm from Isabella County Fairgrounds, Cost: $25 Single Rider, $40 Couple, Price Includes: Ride, Gift, Dinner, Cover to the Breast Cancer Bash, And Live Entertainment

Breast Cancer Bash

Immediately following Ride at Fairgrounds (approx. 5:30pm-12:00am), Live Entertainment (7pm – 12am), 50/50, Silent Auction, Raffle Items, Drinks, and Food, Donation of $10 at Door

All Are Welcome: Ride In, Drive In, Doesn’t Matter!!! Visit Www.Fireandiron370.Com For More Information

Proceeds To Benefit Breast Cancer Patients In Central Michigan, Questions: Contact Alisha @ 989-560-5298 Or Brad @ 989-506-1442

MARSP MEETING
The Clare County Chapter of the Michigan Association of Retired School Personnel (MARSP) will meet at noon on Tuesday, August 5 in the Michigan Room, Mid Michigan Community College Harrison campus.  The guest speaker will be Matt Miller, MMCC Vice President of Student and Community Relations.  Our Toucan food drive is continuing.  For more information contact Dorothy Fritzinger, 539-3432.

ELECTRONICS RECYCLING DAY
Clare County is hosting an electronics recycling day here in the parking lot of Clare City Hall on August 9 from 8am-2pm.  Please contact Jerry Becker 989-539-6161 for more information.

FREE FOOD DISTRIBUTION
The next Clare County Free Food Distribution and Nutritional Education event is Saturday, August 2nd. Registration for the free food distribution will be at the Knights of Columbus Hall at 212 S. Broad St. beginning at 9:00 a.m. The food will be distributed in the parking lot of the Clare County Building beginning at approximately 11:00 a.m. All who want food will receive it as long as supplies last with the limitation of one food package per household. Also, nutritionists will be there providing healthy eating tips and recipes. Please bring a photo ID and your own reusable bags, boxes, or baskets if you can. There may be a long wait, so if you need to sit, please bring a chair. Any who can volunteer to assist with the food distribution should arrive by 10:30 a.m.

The monthly food distribution is conducted by the Community Nutrition Network. Volunteers are needed to help distribute the food each month. For more information about the monthly free food distribution and nutritional education events or the Community Nutrition Network and how you can help combat hunger in Clare County, contact Nancy Petree at petree@anr.msu.edu or at (989) 539-7805 ext. 3201.

PROPOSAL 1 MEETING
How does Proposal 1 affect you? Join us for a Community meeting on Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 7pm at the Pere Marquette District Library, 185 E. 4th Street, Clare, MI 48617, 989-386-7576. Special Guest presenter Tony Stamas, Vice President Government Relations at the Small Business Association of Michigan.

FARWELL’S ART, CRAFT & FARMERS MARKET
Events for August, All Events start at 10am, August 2nd Farm Bingo, August 9th Mobile Medical Response, “ZEEVA” the Dancing Dog, August 16th S.A.M. Fundraiser, Yard Sale – Flea Market Day, August 23rd Color Day, August 30th Carnival at Market, Any Questions Please Call: 989-588-9926.

ALL YOU CARE TO EAT BREAKFAST BUFFET
The Lake George Boosters Club invites everyone to their monthly All You Care To Eat Breakfast Buffet. We are located at 89 S. Bringold north of Lake George.  We serve from 8am to 11 am on August 2.  Proceeds go toward our College Scholarships.  Hope to see you there.

COMMUNITY MEETING
In Conjunction with Budd Lake Area Association and the Clare Co. Sheriff Department on Saturday, Aug 2nd @ 10:00 am at Harrison City Hall, 229 E. Beech St., Harrison MI 48625

This meeting is to inform area residents of a neighborhood watch pro-gram that is forming and to discuss concerns of local neighborhoods. For more information or questions regarding the meeting, please email Jeff at jeff@bbsbradys.com or Sgt. Michael Garchow at gar-chowm@clareco.net

MMCC ATHLETIC PROGRAM 5TH ANNUAL GOLF OUTING
After a great season last year, the Mid Michigan Community College Lakers are gearing up for the fall basketball season.  The men’s team, under coach Kaleb House, is hoping to build on the momentum from last year’s playoff run.  The women’s team, with Matt Rodenbo as the new coach, is starting fresh with a new team and high expectations.

To help the program continue to grow and build, the Lakers are hosting their 5th annual golf outing to support MMCC Athletics on Friday, August 22nd at Snow Snake in Harrison.

The MMCC Lakers are part of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) as a Division III community college.  As a DIII college, the Lakers cannot offer athletic scholarships, but the program offers an opportunity for students to compete at a collegiate level after high school while earning a degree.  A number of students have even transferred on to play at colleges and universities after playing for the Lakers.

Registration is going on now for this fun event.  Contact Matt Miller at mmiller@midmich.edu for more information.

OLD FASHION CAMP MEETING REVIVAL
The old fashion camp meeting revival will be held on August 8, 9 and 10. Structured games for all, nightly games, speakers nightly, potluck nightly (hot dogs and table serving provided), lots of Christian fun, daily activities for all. Cost is free! Hosts are Lance and Janine Sprague, 310 W. Larch Rd, Harrison, MI 48625, 989-539-3219. Night activities begin with Potluck and adult and kids’ activities from 6:00 to 6:45pm. Music (Yoder Family) from 6:45 until 7:30pm and special speakers from 7:30 until 8:30pm. Uniting to stand up for Christ speakers will be Rev. John Poling on Friday the 8th, Rev. Birt Cooper on Saturday the 9th, and Rev. Birt Cooper on Sunday the 10th. Non-Denominational gathering of hungry Christians joining for good fellowship, fun and sharing. Bring seating arrangement. FREE primitive camping on grounds available all self-contained. Free will donations accepted. Children are welcome, but are parents responsibility at all times. Pd 7/25 and 8/1

SPAGHETTI DINNER FUNDRAISER
Clare County K-9 Unit will be having a spaghetti dinner fundraiser at the Harrison Moose Lodge on Sunday, August 10 from 2:00pm until 6:00pm. Cost is $6.00. Proceeds to help fund the purchase of a new K-9 dog, faithful “Rocky” will be retiring! Coffee, water, salads, dinner rolls, desserts, 50/50 drawings, raffles and entertainment by Dennis James, enjoy a fun filled afternoon with music, singing and dancing!

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