Public Notices

The Folk Music Society of Midland is proud to sponsor the Midland Folk Music Festival from noon on Thursday, August 26th through Sunday, August 29th, 2021, closing at noon, at the Midland County Fairgrounds, 6905 Eastman Rd., Midland. Come join us for workshops, stage shows, and festival activities...
A special reunion concert will be held on August 17th at the Pinconning Bandshell. The band Over Time will be playing some classic rock ‘n roll and celebrating the birthdays of two band members. During the 1980’s this well-known Bay City band regularly played at The Elbow Room and The Sand Bar....
Pastor Cheryl Mancier
Pastor Cheryl Mancier is a licensed Pastor in the United Methodist Church. She finished her course of study classes in May of 2019, graduating from Appalachian Local Pastors School in Barbourville, KY where she has served in local churches since July of 2007. This year she and her husband Carl...
The next regular meetings will be held on Tuesday, August 17th, at 6:30 p.m. at the Post home. The meetings will be held under the direction of Post Commander Ron Van Horn and Auxiliary President, Sandy Harrow. The Auxiliary will welcome our own 11th District President, Melody Schalk, to our...
ITC will be conducting aerial patrols of the high-voltage transmission towers and lines in Michigan from approximately August 16 – September 3, weather permitting. The helicopter patrols are conducted to provide an overall status of the overhead transmission system that is operated by ITC’s...
Adult The Evening Sessions: • Wed. Aug 4, 7:00 pm; Showers of Fire: The Annual Perseid Meteor Shower. Presenter: Mike Murray one of the most popular and well-known meteor showers of the year are the Perseids. This year the peak occurs in the late evenings of august 11 & 12, but you can see...
The 19th annual Walk for Hope - Depression and Suicide Awareness event will be held on Sunday, August 8, 2021 at Saginaw Valley State University (Saginaw, MI). The 5K run/walk raises funds and awareness for mental health, suicide prevention and the importance of seeking support. To save lives, the...
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,...

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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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