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Postings for May 09, 2014 Full Month View

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All Day Manna Pantry 25th Anniversary Manna Pantry 25th Anniversary This year the Manna Pantry is celebrating its 25th anniversary of providing emergency food for the hungry in Mecosta and Osceola Counties. So that everyone can join in the celebration, The Downtown Business Association and the Pantry are having a food drive from May 2 through May 16. Boxes will be placed in the cooperating businesses to receive food that is needed for our summer supplemental program. This program provides extra lunch and breakfast food to families with school age children. It helps to replace the meals that the children would receive in school during the school year. We are looking for: Peanut butter and jelly, cereal, soup, granola bars, individual cups of pudding or fruit. Boxes can be found at: Preferred Office Machines, Lake and Lodges Realty, Fifth Third Bank, Lake Osceola Bank, Big Rapids Furniture, Chemical Bank, and Good Dog Bakery. Join us for the May 9 concert at the Pocket Park and help us celebrate, bring donations! For more information, please contact Isabel Kempton at 598-1441
10:00AM 4:00PM Mesick Area Museum FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information contact Deborah Kohn 231-946-3958 or d_kohn@charter.net Who: Mesick Area Museum Where: 117 Mesick Avenue, Mesick, MI 49668 What: Opening of the Mesick Area Museum for the summer every Saturday thru October 4th Date: May 9 & 10, 2014 Time: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm or by appointment with a volunteer Event/Featuring: Mushroom Festival and history of the town of Mesick Things you will find at the museum are a variety of exhibits that include: information on the Mesick family, logging display, sleigh, clothing, dishes, piano, organ, loom, family scrapbooks, old newspapers, furniture, old wheel chair, old washing machine, old pictures of the area, old telephone operator items, skis, logging items, old books, old farming items, items you would have found in a store, many items to read about the area, plus many more. There are lists of obituaries for people who have a connection to Mesick and surrounding area for about the last thirty years. We are always looking for information to add to these lists. Check out our web site at www.mesickmuseum.com or our Face Book page for more information.
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