December 25, 2008 RSS feed / Happenings

WARREN PROMOTED

Don Warren (left) of Higgins Lake was recently promoted to the office of National Branch Chief of Mid-level Leadership Training in the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary. Warren, who was appointed to the post on Dec. More...

Holiday blood drive tops goal

Roscommon area residents responded to the crucial need for blood by topping the goal of the Roscommon Community Blood Drive Dec. 15. A total of 59 units were accepted. More...

Red HAT CHRISTMAS PARTY

The third annual Queens Red Hat Christmas party was held at Timbers in Roscommon Dec. 3. Winners in the Christmas hat contest were: First place, Judy Olsen of S.O.S. More...

Ornaments raised funds for YAC

The Roscommon County Community Foundation Youth Advisory Council earned just over $1,000 on its hand-made Christmas ornaments. Because of the downturn in the stock market, the YAC's available funds for grant distribution were greatly diminished. More...

'Our Town' try-outs to be held at KCC

The Kirtland Community Theatre group will hold open auditions from 6 to 8 p.m. Jan. 29-30 and from 2 to 4 p.m. Jan. More...

Tip-up Town, USA, taking shape for 2009

The Houghton Lake Chamber of Commerce is looking forward to seeing everyone the last two full weekends of January at Tip-up Town, USA. Everything is shaping up to be the biggest and best TUT to date, organizers say. More...

Historical cycles coming to museum

The Alden B. Dow Museum of Science and Art brings the thrill and beauty of historical, restored and custom-built motorcycles when it reprises its exhibition of noteworthy motorcycles in "Pure: Motorcycles from Mid-West Collectors." From Jan. More...

CMU Public TV offers holiday specials

"The holiday season provides a wonderful opportunity for CMU Public Television to showcase, not only great inspirational and secular music, but also the talented performers who bring it to the screen," says Linda Dielman, CMU Public Television Prog More...

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