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Pavlov, Kowall present lapel pin to Vietnam veteran Jack Beattie

Sen. Phil Pavlov, R-St. Clair Township, and Senate Majority Floor Leader Mike Kowall, R-White Lake, on Tuesdaypresented a Vietnam veteran lapel pin to Chief Petty Officer Jack Beattie at the Michigan Capitol.  The symbolism attached to the Vietnam veteran lapel pins is significant. The pins honor all Vietnam veterans, whether they served in-country, in-theater, or…

Pavlov, Kowall present lapel pin to Vietnam veteran Jack Beattie

Sen. Phil Pavlov, R-St. Clair Township, pins a Vietnam veteran lapel pin on the coat of Chief Petty Officer Jack Beattie in the office of Senate Majority Floor Leader Mike Kowall, R-White Lake, at the Michigan Capitol. Beattie served in the U.S. Navy from 1965 to 1991 and is one of the survivors of the June 8, 1967 attack on the USS Liberty.

Sen. Phil Pavlov, R-St. Clair Township, and Senate Majority Floor Leader Mike Kowall, R-White Lake, on Tuesdaypresented a Vietnam veteran lapel pin to Chief Petty Officer Jack Beattie at the Michigan Capitol.  The symbolism attached to the Vietnam veteran lapel pins is significant. The pins honor all Vietnam veterans, whether they served in-country, in-theater, or were stationed elsewhere during the Vietnam War period.

 

 

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Social Media Posts Cause Uproar At Central Middle School

Several social media posts by a parent of a Central Middle School student has caused an uproar at the school, but no credible threat of violence.  According to Central school officials, the mother of one of the students originally posted that she was going to organize bikers to come to the school to hand out…

Social Media Posts Cause Uproar At Central Middle School

Several social media posts by a parent of a Central Middle School student has caused an uproar at the school, but no credible threat of violence.  According to Central school officials, the mother of one of the students originally posted that she was going to organize bikers to come to the school to hand out anti-bullying literature after her child was involved in a fight at a school bus stop.  Disciplinary action for the fight was handled by the school.  The parent was advised that permission needed to be given by the district before the bikers would be permitted to hand out literature on the school campus.  Apparently, that post from a few weeks ago was re-posted and went viral, along with another post by the parent that stated she had a surprise for Dean of Students Brett Van Drew and that “it’s on now.”  That post led several people on social media to believe violent activities were planned at the school today.  Deputies from the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office were called (con’t)

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37th Feast Of The Ste. Claire

Pine Grove Park will be the site of living history reenactment this weekend, Saturday and Sunday during the annual Feast Of The Ste. Claire.  Visitors will see recreated, the four periods of early Michigan – the Native American,s the French, the British and The American eras.  There will be enactors living in historic style camps,…

37th Feast Of The Ste. Claire

Pine Grove Park will be the site of living history reenactment this weekend, Saturday and Sunday during the annual Feast Of The Ste. Claire.  Visitors will see recreated, the four periods of early Michigan – the Native American,s the French, the British and The American eras.  There will be enactors living in historic style camps, with demonstrations of 18th century living, cooking, and crafts highlighting the event. FREE PARKING is available at the Community College parking lot. (Located at the end of Stone St at Glenwood St) with Free Trolly Rides to the Feast!  Grounds open at 10:00 a.m. both days, and Close: 5:30 pm on Saturday and 4:00 pm on Sunday

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Emergency Services Breakfast Golf Outing Big Success

The 11th Annual Emergency Services Breakfast Golf Outing was held at the Black River County Club on Friday, May 12th. 80+ golfers were treated to fair weather and comfortable temperatures after the regularly scheduled day from a week prior was a washout. A great big thank you goes to the City of Marysville and Texas…

Emergency Services Breakfast Golf Outing Big Success

The 11th Annual Emergency Services Breakfast Golf Outing was held at the Black River County Club on Friday, May 12th. 80+ golfers were treated to fair weather and comfortable temperatures after the regularly scheduled day from a week prior was a washout. A great big thank you goes to the City of Marysville and Texas Roadhouse for their generous donations of door prizes. Random drawings were held at the conclusion of the golf outing and the group from Accipiter Radar won the grand prize package of free golf with carts for 4 foursomes from Marysville Golf Course. Four other participants won gift certificates to Texas Roadhouse. Golfing skills were put to the test and 6 players were awarded gift certificates from Black River County Club for closest to the pin shots for men and women on the Par 3 holes and longest drives for male and female on separate Par 5 holes.

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