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Camp Fish Tales is an outdoor, barrier free camp located in Northern Bay County for children and adults with special needs. Due to the global health pandemic, camp was unable to take place for the summer of 2020. In lieu of camp, the campers received a Camp-in-a-Box that was mailed directly to them...
New Covenant
On Sunday, September 27, 2020 the Pinconning Wesleyan Church, 800 Horn St., Pinconning, will host New Covenant in concert. Call 810-624-2889 for more information.
Great news! The 2020 Pinconning High School Yearbooks are in. Books that were pre-ordered may be picked up in one of the following manners. 1. Current students attending in person can pick up their book from Mrs. Wehner’s room (#106) between classes, at lunch, or immediately after school. 2....
The Pinconning City Council held their September meeting at 4:00 pm on Monday on the Zoom platform. Correspondence presented to the Council included: a letter from City Manager Bob Moffit to the Michigan Department of Treasury regarding outstanding audit deficiencies, and the new City Assessor’s...
Pastors Gene and Pat Kelly have been serving the Pinconning Wesleyan congregation in Pinconning for the past four years bringing a lot of social networking opportunities for the whole community. They have been in active ministry for about 50 years and have decided to step back and enjoy retirement...
Beginning Thursday, October 1st applications for Christmas Baskets will be taken. Hours that Archie Gittens will be available are 1:00 to 4:00 pm at the Pinconning Branch Library. If you apply at another agency, please do not apply with the Pinconning Area Food Pantry as your application will be...
DTE Energy and Consumers Energy have announced they are joining a first-of-its-kind pledge to make interstate travel easier for electric vehicle (EV) owners by 2022. Six energy companies will join in facilitating the construction of a vast network of fast charging stations across the Midwest from...
At our recent Food Pantry Meeting of September, Food Coordinator, Judy Fenwick reported for the months of June, July and August that 15 families were assisted, which consisted of 43 individuals, with required food supplies. Food Distribution Coordinator, Cookie Bumgarner, reported that during the...

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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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