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The Spring Chicks: (l to r) Donna Hause, Joan Hathaway, Betty O’Dell, Gay Gill, Betty Kielpinski, Sandy Friedle, Marian Krevinghaus, Gert Smith, Dotty Ingle. 		             				                            --Courtesy Photo
July is the traditional month for garden walks, but when the Spring Chicks met, the conversation turned to gardens of a different nature, that of vegetables, flowers and beer! Marian Krevinghaus told how she and Jack always had a vegetable garden, but when a family of pheasants started...
ORANGE BARREL SEASON CONTINUES throughout the local area. A new guardrail and restoration work to the Tebo-Erickson Drain at M-13 after a truck struck the railing and overturned into the Drain is complete. Detour signs are a common sight, with work continuing on Garfield, 7 Mile, Prevo, Anderson,...
The past two school years have been a struggle for area youth. Between online learning and COVID-19 restrictions, area students are looking forward to returning to school for a normal school year. Unfortunately many students in the area will not be able to return to school with the necessary...
Hope Lutheran Church, located at 4758 Church Road, Rhodes, will be hosting a Garden Walk on Wednesday, July 14, 2021, between the hours of 12 Noon and 6:00 pm. We have several gardens for you to see. We will be collecting voluntary donations only, and with that you will receive lunch and a...
Summer Reading Program Tails & Tales June 7 - August 7, 2021 Adult Summer Reading Program (Ages 18 +) Join us for the annual Summer Reading Program with this year’s “Tails and Tales” theme! Read or listen for a total of 8 hours and log your reading to earn entries into a drawing. The more you...
President’s List There were more than 600 students from Saginaw Valley State University whose determination and commitment to academic excellence earned them a spot on the Winter 2021 semester President’s List. To be eligible for the President’s List, a student must take at least 12 credit hours...
Routine disease surveillance conducted by Bay County Mosquito Control has detected the first evidence of Jamestown Canyon Virus (JCV) in a mosquito from Kawkawlin Township. In response, control efforts have taken place in the area to reduce adult and larval mosquito populations. JCV is spread to...
The next regular meeting of the Daughters of Isabella, Marian Circle #925 will be Tuesday, July 13, 2021. Mass on Tuesday is at 4:30 pm, followed by the rosary, then our new meeting time at 5:30 pm. We have eliminated our dinner before the meeting...until further notice. We continue to collect...
A benefit golf outing is planned for Saturday, July 17th at the Green Hills Golf Course, M13 Pinconning. Coach Mulligan has been diagnosed with cancer, so family and friends are having an outing to help with unforeseen medical exenses. There will be food provided, a raffle, 50/50, and skins and...
Everyone is welcome to the Pinconning Bandshell for some old-fashioned rock ‘n roll fun. The Independence Day holiday will extend into the week in Pinconning when “We’re Not Jimmy” hits the stage on July 6th. This four-piece band has a set list of upbeat classic rock ‘n roll that is always a big...

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The Pinconning Journal

110 E. 3rd St.
PO Box 626
Pinconning, MI 48650

Office Number: 989-879-3811
Regular Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm,
Friday Closed
 

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