July 5, 2007 RSS feed / Happenings

Hearing problems topic of meeting

Preventing and treating hearing problems will be the topic of the July 12 meeting of the Houghton Lake Merchants Association. Dr. Robert H. Mathog and Dr. John Jacquart from the Lions Hearing Center of Michigan will be the speakers at the event. More...

Grayling to 'rock' with air show

The United States Army Golden Knights Parachute Team will be among headliners at the Grayling Rock 'n Roll Air Show on July 7-8. The "Rock 'n Roll" portion of the show consists of the 14 bands scheduled to perform for the evening's entertainment. More...

Resorter bake sale July 11 to benefit Relay

The Houghton Lake Resorter's Relay for Life team will host a bake sale, Wednesday, July 11, from 1 to 5 p.m. at its Houghton Lake office. The Resorter is located at 4049 W. Houghton Lake Drive (M-55), next to Spicer's Boat City. More...

KCPA 2007-08 schedule full of entertainment opportunities

It's never too early to plan for fall, and patrons of the Kirtland Center for the Performing Arts will be able to do exactly that with the recent release of the 2007-08 KCPA schedule. More...

ROOF COMPLETE

Volunteers completed the roofing project for the pavillion in the Houghton Lake Area Historical Society Village Saturday with the laying of shingles. More...

Go 'Beyond the Garden' at Grayling walk

garden club with their annual garden walk on July 8 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are $5 and are available at Flowers by Josie. For information call (989) 348-8519. C. St. John More...

G-H alumni plan 12th reunion

The 12th annual all-school reunion of Gerrish- Higgins/Roscommon classmates, administrators, faculty and staff is scheduled for July 14 from 7 to 10 p.m. in the former school building, the CRAF Center in Roscommon. More...

STRIVE SCHOLARSHIPS

Three Rotary Strive scholarships were awarded to recent Houghton Lake High School graduates at the Rotary Club of Houghton Lake's June 25 meeting. More...

Ambassadors continue to raise funds for 2008 trip to Europe

The Michigan Ambassadors of Houghton Lake are busy raising funds for their 2008 musical trip to Europe. Nine members of the Houghton Lake band are preparing for a seven-country tour. More...

Correction

A story in last week's Resorter gave an incorrect date for a public hearing on expanding the Roscommon County Road Commission from three to five members. The hearing will be held at 10:05 a.m. More...

Wednesday night car show

Custom car enthusiasts looking for a place to show off their vehicles have a perfect opportunity at the Lake Break restaurant in Prudenville every Wednesday evening. More...

Barb Costello is first woman to lead Roscommon Rotary

Roscommon Rotary Club member Barb Costello made club history when she became the first woman president of the 57-year-old organization June 28. Mrs. Costello accepted the gavel from outgoing President Jim Witt. More...

EAA Fly-in Saturday

Many different types of aircraft will be displayed Saturday during EAA Chapter 1259's annual Fly-in at Houghton Lake State Airport, Old-27 and M-55. More...

Fair queen candidates must enter by July 19

Contestants for the 2007 Roscommon County Fair Pageant have until July 19 to submit entry forms. The pageant, scheduled for Aug. 3 will be a prelude to the next day's fair in Roscommon. More...

WORK BEE

Jim Garlo, Lauren Mead, Russell Royce and Clint Stauffer (left to right) mill cedar shingles from logs donated by Dean Banyas at the Roscommon Area Historical Society's property in Roscommon June 29. More...

It's a 'whodunit' at Wellington Farm Park dinner Saturday

What happened when the circus came to Wellington and five "carnies" and some of the sideshow people decided to have a party? That is the question to be answered at a Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre at Wellington Farm, USA July 7. More...

Detroit comedian Mark Knope headlines at Long Branch July 11

Detroit comedian Mark Knope will headline comedy night at the Long Branch Saloon July 11. More...

Saxophonist to perform at CRAF

Mandy Grezesak will perform at the gazebo on the CRAF Center lawn in Roscommon at 7 p.m. July 11. Known as "Mandy G," she has been an avid performer and promoter of the saxophone all over the United States and in several foreign countries. More...

Fertilize another day if rain is forecast

Many homeowners are under the impression that they should fertilize before a rain so the fertilizer can soak into the soil. This is not true, said Andy Vokes, AmeriCorps Grandwater Eductor for Missaukee, Wexford, Crawford and Roscommon Counties. More...

'The Man of La Mancha' to be performed in Gladwin

"The Man of La Mancha" is being performed by Gladwin Area Friends of the Theatre July 11-14. Performances begin at 8 p.m. The play within a play will star numerous members of the surrounding communities from Harrison, Gladwin and Beaverton. More...

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