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Pinconning United Methodist Church, located at 314 Whyte St., in downtown Pinconning will be having a “Drive Through Communion” on Thursday, December 24th from 12 noon to 2:00 pm. All are welcome to come and participate in Holy Communion safely from your vehicle. Please join us for a quiet...
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Mary Esther Rifenbark recently celebrated her 98th birthday at Ascension Skilled Nursing in Standish. Her family greatly appreciates the facility staff, who erected a heated tent in the courtyard so family could visit on her special day. Mary received a large number of gifts and cards from family...
Wendy Maida, Justine Trudell and Sue Austin are seen at Sam’s Hair Design distributing cookies that were donated by members of the Class of 1982 and sold, with all proceeds going to support the Scholarship fund given by that Class. See story page 5.   --Journal Photo
The proceeds from last week’s Cookie Sale will go to support the Class of 1982’s sponsored scholarship that falls under the Pinconning Mayor’s Scholarship umbrella. We took orders ahead of time, and several 1982 classmates (Terri Hribek, Wendy Maida, Sue Austin, Marty Reder, Michelle Fedak and...
	The Pinconning Area School Board held a rescheduled meeting on Tuesday evening, December 8th, on the GoogleMeet platform due to the State’s current COVID restrictions. Board President Mark Coutcher noted in his remarks that Mike Bauer and Jera Klimek were participating in their final Board meeting, Klimek who stepped in to complete Tom Boetefuer’s term when he resigned to take a position on the ISD Board, and Bauer who began his tenure on the Board in 2010 and served as Treasurer for many years. 	After the
The Pinconning Area School Board held a rescheduled meeting on Tuesday evening, December 8th, on the GoogleMeet platform due to the State’s current COVID restrictions. Board President Mark Coutcher noted in his remarks that Mike Bauer and Jera Klimek were participating in their final Board meeting...
MEMBERS OF THE BAY COUNTY BOARD OF CANVASSERS manually review the 1,800+ ballots from Fraser Township to determine the winner of the write-in candidates for Township Trustee. The recount confirmed the tie between Cheri Streich and Renee Rugenstein, and lots were drawn to decide Rugenstein as the winner. 									                  --Journal Photo
The write-in election for Fraser Township Trustee has finally been settled. There were 2 positions open, and George Augustyniak was the only candidate appearing on the ballot. Incumbent Trustee Renee Rugenstein and Cheri Streich were each credited with 22 votes of the 99 write-ins cast in the...
Michigan, 2-1-1 is a free, easy-to-remember telephone number that connects people in need with people who can help—24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It provides a single contact point for those in need, whether that need is food, utility assistance, housing, personal needs, medical care, or any...
All BCLS branches moved to CURBSIDE SERVICE ONLY. • There will be NO OVERDUE FINES during this time! • If you have any items to return that will not fit in the drop box, call us when you arrive and we will come out to your car to get them. • The Bookmobile will continue to operate, with items...
St. Michael School will be hosting a Drive By Christmas Caroling event on Thursday, December 17th from 6:30-7:00 PM! Beginning on 2nd Street, heading east, you can drive around the school to hear students caroling all of their favorite Christmas carols. Let the St. Michael School Students get you...

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PO Box 626
Pinconning, MI 48650

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