December 9, 2010 RSS feed / Happenings

A COLD DAY FOR WINDSURFING

Dave Batchelor of Higgins Lake catches a ride on the Roscommon Area Public Library’s float during the electric light parade. (Photo by Mike Metzger) |align=left|width=183|height=250|link=node] More...

‘Project Blue Light’ slated Dec. 11 at RHS

Area law enforcement officers and firefighters will be remembered during the fifth annual Project Blue Light Dec. 11. The candlelight ceremony will be held in the Roscommon High School auditorium, 10600 Oakwood Dr., Roscommon, at 7 p.m. More...

NEW PRINTER AND MORE

The Houghton Lake Area Historical Society recently purchased a new printer, accounting software and more computer supplies with the help of a $550 grant from the Roscommon County Community Foundation. More...

OLLS plans craft show Saturday

Our Lady of the Lake School will hold a craft show this Saturday. Held at the school in Prudenville, the show will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. More...

Boik to sing at Houghton Lake Public Library Dec. 17 event

The Houghton Lake Public Library is a good place for great reads and now, as a holiday treat, it is a good place for music. More...

Simply Singles gathering for lunch

The Simply Singles Age 50 Plus will gather for lunch Dec. 15. The lunch is set for 11 a.m. at L.J.’s Kilkare Inn, Houghton Lake. Call 821-4291 or 821-7565 for information. More...

RECITAL DAY

Gayla Muntz presented her piano and vocal students at a recital Dec. 5 at Neighborhood Holiness Church, Houghton Lake. More...

Richfield seeking CERT volunteers

The Richfield Township Public Safety CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) is looking for volunteers to join its program. More...

Dinner at Markey Church to benefit Schickers

Markey Community Baptist Church, in conjunction with the Houghton Lake Resorter, will host a benefit dinner and concert for Glenn and Christine Schicker Dec. 13 at the church. More...

MODEL TRAINS

These four model trains were among 30 on display at the Historic Model Train Clubhouse during Christmas in the Village Saturday. “One little boy was known to have come back three times,” said club member Cal Patterson. More...

BUCK PRIDE

(Right) A Roscommon County Road Commission plow truck rolls through Lake Street in downtown Roscommon during the 33rd annual electric light parade during Christmas in the Village. More...

SHOWING OFF HER CRAFT

Hailey Maczik, 2, of Roscommon shows off her craft that was made in the Kids Corner during the Christmas in the Village Saturday in downtown Roscommon. More...

‘DRIVE ONE’ DRIVE

Hart Ford Lincoln Mercury of Roscommon recently donated $5,540 to Roscommon Area Public Schools from the Ford Motor Company. The dealership held a “Drive One 4 UR School” event Oct. 2. More...

Blood drive Monday in Roscommon

An American Red Cross blood drive will be held Dec. 13 at the First Congregational Church, Roscommon from noon until 5:45 p.m. The drive is sponsored by the Roscommon VFW Post 4159. More...

Roscommon Area Public Library hosting crafts in December

The Roscommon Area District Li- brary will be a busy place in December. Games, computers, snacks and a movie are the name of the game Dec. 9 when the library hosts Teen Night. Teens may arrive at 5 p.m. The fun is scheduled until 7 p.m. More...

Talented Artists

Ashley Miller, 5, of Roscommon, won the Resorter’s Christmas Coloring Contest in the 1-5 age bracket. She earned a $10 prize from the Resorter. (TRP) More...

Shelter plans shot clinics, new pet licenses available

The Roscommon County Animal Shelter is planning shot clinics for December, January and February. A Dec. 12 clinic is planned at the shelter from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Rabies shots are $10 and all other shots are $15. Clinics are planned Jan. More...

Benefit planned Saturday for Browns

A benefit for Joe and Bev Brown will be held at the Norwich Township Hall on Dec. 11. The benefit will feature Hower Auctioneers and start at 6 p.m. The hall is located at 4551 East Moorestown Rd., Moorestown. Call (231) 229-4403 for information. More...

WAL MART FOR TOYS FOR TOTS

Houghton Lake Walmart Manager Jim Vansice (left) presents $500 to members of the Cpl. Jack A. Davenport Detachment 684 of the Marine Corps League and Auxiliary for the 2010 Toys For Tots campaign. More...

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