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The Pinconning City Council held it’s scheduled October meeting on Monday afternoon in front of a standing-room-only crowd. All members were in attendance In response to a public comment about an agenda item, Councilman Gerald Gibson asked those in attendance to raise their hands if they lived in...
The Pinconning Area High School Student Council will host “Halloween in the Hallways” on Thursday, October 31, 2019 from 6-7pm in the high school hallways. Student Council would like to invite all area children to participate in this safe Trick or Treat experience. Children will have the...
The Pinconning Area Emergency Food Pantry is accepting applications for Christmas Baskets at the Pinconning Library from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM on dates listed below. Please bring proof of income, expenses and photo ID and ask for Archie Gittins. Dates: October 24th, Thursday, October 31st, Thursday,...
Grandpa  Mark Konwinski, Mom Melissa Benner, Great-grandma Ruth Ann Konwinski holding Lucas Benner
Four Generations celebrated by Grandpa Mark Konwinski, Mom Melissa Benner, Great-grandma Ruth Ann Konwinski holding Lucas Benner. Lucas Jacob Benner was born Monday, October 7, 2019 to Melissa and Jacob Benner of Midland, MI at McLaren Bay Region Hospital, weighing 7 lbs. 10 ozs. Jacob’s Maternal...
Alexandria Kanthe, Ariel Holstine, Madelynn Wood, Cole Brady, Garrett Zehr, Tayler Morand (l to r) were the 6 top runners in the Middle School 2-Mile Run/Walk event. --Courtesy Photo
The 6th Annual 2-Mile Run/Walk Fundraiser was held Friday, September 20th on the track. The event was organized by Middle School teacher Holly Coggins, with help from many staff members. The sun was shining and it was wonderful day to spend the afternoon outside on the track. Students raised nearly...
Mr. Schumann is seen in the picture above with the Kindergarten through 3rd graders following the presentation.
Mr. “Bucky” Schumann was a special visitor for Fire Safety Week at St. Michael School. Mr. Schumann talked about fire safety, took questions from students, and even had Miss Bukowski, Kindergarten teacher, dress in his fireman gear. Students enjoyed learning about the importance of fire safety!

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Pinconning, MI 48650

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