November 5, 2009 RSS feed / Happenings

BRINGING THE PAST TO LIFE

Celtic harpist Patrick Ball plays a tune from Ireland’s distant past for a capacity crowd in the Houghton Lake Public Library’s community meeting room on the evening of Oct. 27. More...

CAMP DROPS BY

U.S. Rep. Dave Camp, R-Midland, lead Republican of the Ways and Means Committee, was guest speaker at Houghton Lake Ro­tary’s Oct. 19 meeting. More...

SINGLE PINE LOG

Jerry Hoover of Lake James made this totem-style carving of an owl from a single white pine log he cut from a tree that fell near his home. More...

Artesia is ‘shoe box’ station

Artesia Youth Park, with the help of Houghton Lake Wesleyan Church and the Houghton Lake community, has agreed to become a Samaritan’s Purse Relay Station for “Operation Christ­mas Child Shoe Boxes” for needy chil­dren around the wo More...

Lake Association to meet Nov. 11

The Houghton Lake Lake Associa­tion will gather for its monthly meeting Nov. 11 at 6 p.m. at the Houghton Lake Community Center, 2625 South Town­line Road. The public may attend. The annual membership fee is $10 for those wishing to join. More...

Workforce Center committee to meet

The steering committee of the Roscommon County Community Foun­dation’s proposed Career Opportunity - Workforce Development Center is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. today (Thurs­day) at the Markey Community Baptist Church, 4736 Flint Road. More...

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Poll

Were you able to finish your fall yard work before the first snowfall?