Dr. Cregg, speaker at the Rotary meeting on Christmas tree farming in Michigan.             --Courtesy Photo
Horticulture and Forestry, on the Michigan Christmas tree industry. Dr. Cregg has taught at MSU for over 20 years and works closely with tree growers throughout the state.
St. Michael’s Student Council members: (l to r) Madison Grzegorczyk (8th grade); Madison Bersano (7th grade); Layla Foco (7th grade); Addison Cooley (8th grade); Lindsay Pashak (8th grade), back row:  Shayla Johnson (7th grade).                                                         --Courtesy Photo
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A FRONT PAGE STORY last week talked about Megan Clemens, the Pinconning native appearing on the Food Network cake baking and decorating show “Holiday Wars”. Megan and her mom, Justine Trudell stopped in at the Journal office on Thursday to pick up some extra copies of the paper and dropped off a treat, these beautiful Christmas cookie works of art! Don’t forget to watch the show on Sunday’s at 9:00 pm to see how Megan’s “Team Gumdrop Girls” do  each week.  --Journal Photo
Dr. Cregg, speaker at the Rotary meeting on Christmas tree farming in Michigan.             --Courtesy Photo
St. Michael’s Student Council members: (l to r) Madison Grzegorczyk (8th grade); Madison Bersano (7th grade); Layla Foco (7th grade); Addison Cooley (8th grade); Lindsay Pashak (8th grade), back row:  Shayla Johnson (7th grade).                                                         --Courtesy Photo
THE PINCONNING HIGH SCHOOL CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY inducted new members on Wednesday, November 10th. The following students were inducted: (in alphabetical order) Dailyn Bayne, Jack Boettcher, Jordyn Buza, Brett Fouchia, Katie Gingerich, Jasmine Johnson, Skylar Johnson, Cameron Mauhar, Blake Merino, Lauren Milliman, Carson Moore, Braelynn Payne, Delaney Weber, and Logan Wilczynski.						 --Courtesy Photo
2021 PINCONNING SPARTAN VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM (all l-r) Front Row: Kallie Blake, Rheanah Sturm, Kaia Billingsley, Hailey Cianek, Brielle Herner. Back Row: Coach Amy Cianek, Dailyn Bayne, Samantha Fryzel, Megan Seidel, Geena Gauthier, Madison Shoultes.					--Journal Photo
St. Michael’s Student Council members: (l to r) Madison Grzegorczyk (8th grade); Madison Bersano (7th grade); Layla Foco (7th grade); Addison Cooley (8th grade); Lindsay Pashak (8th grade), back row:  Shayla Johnson (7th grade).                                                         --Courtesy Photo
SCRIP Gift Card Information What is SCRIP? SCRIP is a program where various retailers offer gift cards that are the same as cash and give a percentage back to our Student Council. As an example: a $100 Speedway gas card costs $100 and buys $100 worth of gasoline. The percentage listed by each...
PINCONNING-FRASER FIRE DEPARTMENT receives a 2% grant from the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe: (l-r)  District Two Representative Ron Nelson, PFFD Chief Dave Ramsay, Sub-Chief Joe Kequom.            --Journal Photo
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe announced their Fall 2021 semi-annual 2% slot revenue grants to local schools and units of government last Friday, November 19th. The total payment for the Saganing Area of Arenac and Northern Bay Counties, based on slot machine revenue at the Saganing Casino,...
Reindeer Visit in 2019.       Journal File Photo
Next Wednesday, December 1st, the Pinconning Branch Library will host the return visit of reindeer to Pinconning from 5:00-7:00 pm. A VERY popular event that normally draws a big crowd, this year they expect even more kids as it’s the only visit to a library in Bay County. T he City of Pinconning...
The Pinconning City Council held their November Meeting on Monday afternoon. Councilwoman Lorcie Ford was again absent but was excused. There was no Old Business on the Agenda. In New Business, the Council approved the renewal of the Consumers Energy Gas Franchise Agreement for 30 years, the...
This Saturday will be the Second Annual “Moments” Charity Thanksgiving Dinner, moving this year to the Cheesehouse Banquet Center. Essence Provisioning Center, Frankenmuth Credit Union, Town & Country Supermarket, and the Pinconning Area Emergency Food Pantry (PAEFP) are the major sponsors...

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