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PINCONNING & LINWOOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE  2019 Award Winners (l-r): Albert Schanck, Arts and Heritage; Linda Pingot, Arts and Heritage; Mike Stoneback, Citizen of the Year; Camp Fish Tales (Executive Director Shannon Forshee), Leadership; Kerry Osier, Leadership.  	 --Journal Photo
The Pinconning & Linwood Chamber of Commerce held their annual Banquet and Meeting last Monday, electing their officers for 2020 and presenting awards to citizens for their work supporting the community. The brother-sister duo of Albert Schanck and Linda Pingot received the Arts and Heritage...
The announcement of the PHS Coming Home King, scheduled for Friday evening between the JV and Varsity Boys Basketball games, had to be delayed due to problems with the online voting system. The King will be crowned at halftime of this Thursday’s Girls Varsity Basketball game. See next week’s...
The Pinconning Band Boosters are holding their annual fundraiser spaghetti dinner, Taste of Italy, on Friday, February 7th, 2020, in the middle school gym. The dinner will be served between 4 and 7 pm. Take-outs will be available. Even if the weather is poor, the dinner will still be held. (See...
The Tri-Village Association has open enrollment for baseball and softball for the 2020 season. You can sign up online by entering: trivillagemibaseball in your search engine, or you can visit the Tri-Village Association page on Facebook. The Facebook page will have both the link and a Sign Up Box...
The United Methodist Women will be hosting Alicia Neitzel from the Heartland Hospice Care, located in Bay City, on February 19th at 1:30 pm. Alicia will be giving a presentation about hospice care and volunteering. The program will be held at the Pinconning United Methodist Church, 314 White St.,...
Rotarian Mike Duranczyk and Bob Moffit, Pinconning City Manager and speaker at a recent Rotary Club meeting.   --Courtesy Photo
On January 30, 2020, the Rotary Club of Pinconning & Standish heard presentations on two topics, first, a report from the new City Manager of Pinconning and, second, a report on a “Flat Stanley” response received from a Rotary Club in South Dakota. Bob Moffit reported that he has officially...
Winter Reading Program, January 6 - February 29 Smitten with Books-Children’s Program: Grade 6 & under. Winter is a great time to read! Pick up a log at your branch and return it for a chance to win a $25 movie theater gift card. Teen Program-Grades 6-12 & Adult Program. Read or listen for...
The WELL Outreach is hosting Dean Rosson, a national award-winning speaker who inspires, motivates, and entertains an audience, to speak at the Arenac Community Center on Saturday, February 8th, 2020 from 10 am to 12 noon. The community is welcome to attend this event. In his new high-energy...
Pinconning & Linwood Chamber of Commerce President Josh Klee, 31st District State Senator Kevin Daley, Pinconning Mayor Gerald Gibson, and Pinconning City Manager Bob Moffit. --Journal Photo
STATE SEN. KEVIN DALEY and REP. ANNETTE GLENN both visited Pinconning recently to meet constituents, Daley on Friday and Glenn on Monday. They both spoke with City leaders about the condition of railroad crossings and property in Pinconning, which are the responsibility of the Lake State Railroad....
Rep. Annette Glenn
Rep. Annette Glenn, R-Midland, said Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s plan to bond for road funding is not in the best interest for Michiganders. “I agree with the recent poll which found that most Michiganders believe our state government already has enough money to fix the roads, without raising taxes,”...

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