September 21, 2017 RSS feed / Happenings

Community food giveaway set Sept. 30 at Roscommon Baptist

A food giveaway is planned Sept. 30 at Roscommon Baptist Church.  The giveaway, which is at no cost to families in Roscommon County, is a joint community outreach effort of Mes­siah Lutheran Church, First Congrega­tional Church, St. More...

‘Backdoor Boogie’ to return for Oct. 8 food pantry fundraiser

Another Backdoor Boogie is planned for Oct. More...

MSP Fire Truck Pull to benefit Special Olympics planned Oct. 14

Michigan State Police troopers at the Houghton Lake Post will host a Fire Truck Pull fundraiser to benefit Special Olympics Oct. 14.  Teams of up to 10 people will com­pete for the fastest time pulling a fire truck 15 feet. More...

FOR RIVER HOUSE

Pirate’s Cove and Travel Land RV Center, both of Prudenville, made donations to River House Inc., Gray­ling, which serves victims and survivors of domestic and sexual abuse in the counties of Crawford, Ogemaw, Oscoda and Roscommon. More...

KCC to host college fair Oct. 4

Kirtland Community College will host a college fair Oct. 4 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. More...

Roscommon County Genealogical Society hosts business after hours

The Roscommon County Genealogi­cal Society (RCGS) hosted a Business After Hours Sept. More...

DETROIT FIREMEN’S FUND ASSOCIATION DONATES TO MFMFC

On behalf of the Detroit Firemen’s Fund Association, Detroit Fire Chief Bob Valgoi presented Michigan Fire­men’s Memorial Festival Committee President Doug Hodges with a $500 check during Family Fun Night at the Roscommon County Fire Trai More...

RADL to host used book sale

The Friends of Roscommon Area District Library is having a one-time, one-day Used Hardcover Book Sale Sept. 28 from 2 to 7 p.m. at the library.   More...

NMCAA open house Sept. 22

The Northwest Michigan Commu­nity Action Agency will be holding an agency open house this week.  One will be at 2240 Mitchell Park Dr., Suite A, Petoskey, Sept. 22.  More...

Blood drive Sept. 29 in St. Helen.

An American Red Cross blood drive is planned Sept. 29 in St. More...

Insurance company gives HLCS ‘the boot’

Houghton Lake Community Schools started the 2017-18 school year off on a positive note.  Representatives from Meemic, En­gels Insurance Agency surprised school staff by presenting a $1,000 check to Collins Elementary on the first day of school t More...

HLCS parents can view sex ed curriculum

Sex education curriculum will be available for parent viewing at Houghton Lake High School Sept. 27.  A table will be set up outside of the gymnasium from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.  More...

Scrapbook crop supports Miss Houghton Lake

The Miss Houghton Lake Scholar­ship Program will host the fifth annual Miss Houghton Lake “Stampin’ Scrap­book Crop” Oct. 1 at Markey Church.  From 9 a.m. More...

Torch Run

BIKING AND RUNNING Kirtland Community College Police Academy students, followed by Area 4 Special Olympics bicycling team members Stephanie Foreman and Matthew Kindervater cross Cut River Bridge as G More...

Honoring the state’s firefighters for the 38th year

Great weather, more vendors and over 60 parade entries all helped make the 38th annual Michigan Firemen’s Me­morial Festival very successful, accord­ing to Doug Hodges, the president of the festival committee.  More...

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