KING AL BILAND AND QUEEN MACKINZIE STREVELER crowned at ABHS homecoming: Cloister associates for baron were Brett Calcaterra, Kevin Gutenschwager and Michael Harper, while queen cloister associates were Carlie Barone, Erin Hatala and Kelsie Thomas. The affair for 2018 was “Anchored to the Past” (decades) with the inferior chic called as the acceptable float. Note: The colors red and white and the appellation Tars were called in the 1920s and will consistently be categorical in Our Town’s history. The academy song was composed in 1948 by Shirley Huebner and is different in melody and lyrics — an original.
MADD THIS SATURDAY, OCT. 13: From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the New Baltimore Civic Club, 36551 Main St., will be a den of action for all ages. The burghal of New Baltimore, New Baltimore Lions Club and the Macomb County Health Administration are the sponsors. There is abundant fun for accouchement with an alfresco cuddle farm, McGruff the abomination dog, with New Baltimore Badge Chief Fred A. Riebel II and Bike Patrol admiral for bike safety. Adore a magician, pencils, crayons, stickers, face painting, crafts, balloons, pumpkins, candy, chargeless hot dogs, chips and beverages. Additionally for children, eyes screening, flu shots and immunizations at no amount to the family. For adults, flu and pneumonia immunizations are chargeless for seniors with a Medicare agenda and added shots for a fee. Blood burden screening, diabetes screening, eyes screening and glaucoma screening. An important accumulating for veterans includes pop tabs, shampoo, deodorant, atom chrism and socks for men. Also, album novels, pens, autograph cardboard and envelopes, movies (DVD or VCR) and arena cards. Our Town is beholden to Chairwoman Flo Hayman and a bulk of volunteers for authoritative a aberration in the lives of others.
HAVEN PLACE HAPPENINGS: Oct. 12: 6 p.m. concert fundraiser featuring The Saviors Army with acoustic music; Oct. 13: A abounding bandage concert at 3 p.m. with The Saviors Army. Tickets amount $10 anniversary or $15 for two. A two-day canyon is accessible for $15. An calm event, the bistro will be open, with a adulation alms taken; fourth anniversary fundraiser Oct. 27 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Hayrides, chili cook-off (looking for competitors), with first, additional and third abode prizes for best chili. For $5, guests can aftertaste anniversary chili and vote. Pumpkins for sale, face and attic painting, broil sale, cider and donuts. Bistro open. Haven Abode is amid at 58575 Main St., New Haven. Alarm 586-484-8540. Our Town salutes John and Tina Nagy as they abide to accomplish their dream of actuality there for the affiliation and all who abide aural it.
SPAGHETTI FOR DINNER OCT. 13: St. John’s Lutheran Church, 51161 Maria St., is active with accompany every additional Saturday of the ages as guests adore a adorable meal of pasta and booze with or after meat, added entree, advantageous salad, garlic toast, desserts and cooler for a free-will donation. Confined hours are 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Access aboriginal to acquisition a seat. (Hint. Hint.) Cooks Roger Bokano, Enoch Carlton, Joe Sr. and Joe Jr. Tinson beat themselves with actually absurd food. Don’t absence it!
BIG BREAKFAST AT VFW POST 7573: Oct. 14 in The Cove, with confined hours of 8 a.m. to noon, the agenda includes eggs and omelets to order, accolade eggs, French toast, bootleg gravy, biscuits, bacon, sausage and potatoes. World War II veterans eat free. The fee is $8 for adults and $2 for accouchement and ages 10 and under. Alarm the post, 35011 23 Mile Road, at 586-725-7100.
FLEA MARKET OCT. 14 AT POST 7573: At $10 a table, doors accessible at 8 a.m. for vendors with places assigned aloft arrival. Guests will acquisition new, acclimated and handmade items for acquirement from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
NBFD PANCAKE BREAKFAST OCT. 14: Confined from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the New Baltimore Blaze Department, adore pancakes, sausage, coffee, milk and juice. Donations accepted. T-shirts and action boards raffled with 100 percent of gain to charities. Be there to abutment the appropriate bodies in Our Town who acknowledgment the alarm to assignment for our sake.
“PIZZA WITH POLICE” OCT. 15: A fundraiser for the New Baltimore Badge Admiral Association, amuse stop by Little Camille’s by the Bay, 51083 Washington St., from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tickets amount $20 for adults and $10 for accouchement and adolescence and may be purchased at Little Camille’s on the Bay or New Baltimore Burghal Anteroom on Blooming Street. Adore pizza, pop, coffee and tea. Bassinet raffles. Bassinet items or budgetary donations charge be brought to the New Baltimore Badge Administration or burghal anteroom by Oct. 12. Questions? Alarm Flo Hayman at 586-725-4690 or Dave Duffy at 586-805-6990. Our Town salutes Our Town’s badge department, an outstanding force befitting us safe.
“RAZZBERRY” ADS NEEDED by Oct. 16: A fundraiser sponsored by the New Baltimore Goodfellows that alone does acceptable things in Our Town, the amusing bi-weekly is abounding with donated spaces from individuals, organizations, clubs, committees, churches, schools and YOU. On Dec. 7 and 8, Goodfellows and friends, including Anchor Bay High Academy ROTC cadets, will be at artery intersections, abundance entrances and artery corners, alms the advertisement for acceptable donations. Accouchement and families will be accustomed aliment baskets, toys, accouterment and added as a aftereffect of the generosity of Our Town and friends. Note: The biographer and her bedmate Bill will be at their admired spot, the access to Huntington Bank. Stop by and say, “Hello!”
NBHS OCT. 18 SPECIAL PRESENTATION: Be at Aboriginal Congregational Church, 36223 Alfred St., that Thursday atramentous at 7 p.m. back the New Baltimore Historical Society hosts extra Sandra Krueger as she portrays the activity of Catharine Shook. Mrs. Shook was Michigan’s aboriginal changeable alarm babysitter and the additional changeable babysitter on the Abundant Lakes. Peter and Catharine Shook and their ancestors became keepers at the Pointe Aux Barques alarm in 1848, a Port Hope on Lake Huron. Living there during the aircraft season, March to November, their abiding home was in Ashley (Our Town, New Baltimore now). During the division of 1849, Peter drowned, yet Catharine and the ancestors lived/worked at the alarm until 1851. She died at age 50 and is active in Oakwood Cemetery on 24 Mile Road. Acceptance is $1. Refreshments.
TOUR “BIG REVEAL” AT EAST HARBOR Oct.18: Access amid 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. and booty a bout of the “Big Reveal,” an breadth of renovations and additions to the facility. Strolling refreshments for guests as they appearance the new adjust allowance and a new multi-sense allowance that appearance atramentous baptize bubbles and bendable music. Accept a 10 percent advertisement to be acclimated in the new restaurant that will accessible to the accessible soon. For information, amuse alarm Peggy at 586-716-7397.
RFL BOO BASH OCT. 19: A account for the American Cancer Society by a bounded Relay for Activity team, the Halloween Apparel Party will booty abode at VFW Column 7573, 35011 23 Mile Road, at 7 p.m. At a amount of $15 a being for those ages 18 and older, adore feel foods, pop and juice, banknote bar, dancing, Halloween games, apparel contest, ambush or treats, Spirit Walk and added fundraising activities throughout the evening. For tickets, alarm Sue at 810-814-1111.
NB RECREATION TRIPS: Oct. 19: Historic Holly Hotel in Holly, an 1891 railroad inn on the Flint/Holly railroad line, is said to the best apparitional abode in Michigan. The amount is $55 and includes lunch. Pickup is 9 a.m. at the aloft New Baltimore Recreation Center, 50976 Washington St., with a acknowledgment time about 3:30 p.m.; Nov. 9: Detroit Burghal Distillery at a amount of $50, including lunch. Pickup at the aforementioned armpit at 9 a.m. and a acknowledgment of 3:30 p.m.; Greektown Casino: Dec. 14, Jan. 8 and Feb. 15 at $25 a being with $15 aperture comedy and $5 aliment coupon. Pickup at the Washington Artery abode at 9 a.m. and a acknowledgment time of 4 p.m. The 35248 Cricklewood Blvd. abode of the New Baltimore Recreation Administration is area to annals and pay. The abode is additionally the abode area chief citizens accumulate for agenda arena every Monday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and area the Chief Club meets every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Alarm 586-725-0291 apropos all of the above.
OCT. 20 “VEGAS STYLE” FUNDRAISER: With the motto, “Kids Need Kiwanis,” Accompany of the Bay Breadth Kiwanis Club is hosting its aboriginal anniversary “Vegas Style” fundraiser at Cedar Glen Golf Club, 36860 25 Mile Road. With a abounding cafe banquet from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., ball will affection The Legend Brothers. Tickets amount $45 a being or $400 for a table of 10 for a abounding cafe dinner, banknote bar and betrayal raffle. Charge 21 years of age to attend. About The Legend Brothers: Tribute artists Michael Carluccio will portray Frank Sinatra, Donny Rod will portray Rod Stewart and Elvis Kelly will portray Elvis Presley. Alarm Catherine Blooming at 586-871-5944, Teri Blooming at 586-855-2834 or Barb Richards at 586-725-6168.
IRA TOWNSHIP PANCAKE BREAKFAST Oct. 21: The Ira Township Firefighters Affiliation and the Ira Township Blaze Administration Women’s Auxiliary are the hosts and will acceptable guests at the blaze station, 7065 Meldrum Road, Ira Township. Free-will donation for a meal of pancakes, French toast, sausage and different desserts. Look over the aged blaze barter and appointment with the firemen, our absurd aboriginal responders. Alarm 586-725-7771.
ORDER A REFLECTIVE ADDRESS PLATE: Give one as a allowance by calling the Ira Township Blaze Administration at 586-725-7771. The blooming bowl with white numbers that reflect in headlights is accessible in a vertical or accumbent appearance at the amount of $10 each. Affixed to a column or mailbox, emergency cartage will locate a armpit in an instant. Be active and save lives.
PASTIES READY OCT. 26: Alarm 586-725-0909 to abode an adjustment for one or dozens, hot, arctic or cooled pasties alpha Oct. 26 through Nov. 6. The hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., daily, with Sunday hours of apex to 3 p.m. Feel chargeless to stop by and aces up dinner. Still at the adorable amount of $5 each, amuse do not adjournment until the aftermost day to order. Where? Aboriginal Congregational Church, 36223 Alfred St. in Our Town. Sold with a smile.
“SPOOK-TACULAR” OCT. 26: Our Town will be celebratory Halloween that atramentous alpha at 6 p.m. The New Baltimore Recreation Administration is adulatory in Walter and Mary Burke Park with a animation house, a harbinger array maze, entertainment, food, treats and giveaways. By the borderline of Oct. 25, or back the 1,500 tickets are gone, re-registration is appropriate with a $5 allotment fee for accouchement ages 2 to 15. Beneath 2, free. Stop by to the appointment at 35248 Cricklewood Blvd. Alarm 586-725-0291. Accompany canned appurtenances for bounded pantries to the event.
SPAGHETTI DINNER BENEFIT OCT. 28: Sisters Peyton and Riley Robinson, ages 14 and 12, suffered alarming injuries from an all-terrain agent accident. Riley did not survive and her organs were donated. Spaghetti was her admired food. Tickets amount $10 in beforehand or $12 at the aperture of VFW Column 7573, 35011 23 Mile Road. Confined hours are 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Also, a broil auction and 50/50 raffle with all gain to aid the ancestors with medical bills now and in the future. For advice apropos tickets, donations, acquaintance Kristy Stockwell at 810-434-4895 or [email protected], Richard Brown at 313-477-0629 or Heather Piltz at 586-201-9215.
FIREKEEPERS TRIP OCT. 30: Departing from the Meijer parking lot abaft the bank, 27255 23 Mile Road, Chesterfield Township, at 8 a.m., it is appropriate to access by 7:45 a.m. The amount is $35 a being with allowances of choice motor drillmaster transportation, amateur and the driver’s tip. The bank offers a $20 d acclaim and $5 aliment coupon. Since it will be Chief Tuesday, already 55 credibility are earned, the amateur is entered into a challenge of assets from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will additionally accept $10 on their card. Alarm Shirley at 586-725-0427 or 586-531-1934.
OCT. 31 ESSAY DEADLINE: Bounded VFW Column 7573 is auspicious apprentice writers to access a autograph challenge to accurate thoughts and opinions. Questions? Alarm Sandi VanTiem at 586-725-9554. The acceptable works at the local, commune and accompaniment levels will be entered into the civic antagonism with the champ to be the almsman of a $30,000 scholarship. Two categories are available: Patriot’s Pen for grades six to eight with the appellation “Why I Account the American Flag;” Voice of Democracy for grades nine to 12 with the affair “Why My Vote Matters.” Entry forms are accessible at MacDonald Accessible Library and the Chesterfield Township Library. Or download the anatomy at vfw.org. Another class is the choice of Teacher of the Year, anniversary one who emphasizes bellicism and adulation and account for our country in the classroom. The 2018 winners were admired at the VFW Civic Convention in Kansas City, Kansas, with the VFW Smart/Maher Civic Citizenship Education Teacher Award. They are: Emily Ezell, Cowan Elementary School, Cowan, Texas; Sara Gibson Coan, Caroline Middle School, Milford, Virginia, and Michael Rauenhorst, North Pole High School, North Pole, Alaska.
NOV. 1 COLLECTION DEADLINE: Accompany items to MacDonald Accessible Library, Chesterfield Township Library, or libraries in Richmond and Memphis to be included in a Christmas affliction amalgamation to be beatific to our aggressive overseas. Appropriate needs: adamantine candy, duke warmers, tube socks, angel cider mix, different alcohol mixes, hot amber mix, beef jerky, toothpaste, toothbrushes, ChapStick, atom and protein bars. Individuals, organizations, churches, clubs, schools, etc. are arrive to contribute. The New Baltimore Interfaith Choir has an advancing accumulating throughout October with two boxes abounding already. Remember our troops at Christmas and always.
“STRIKES FOR SCHOLARSHIPS” NOV. 2: The Anchor Bay Education Affiliation has a bowling fundraiser appointed at Premier Lanes, 33151 23 Mile Road, Chesterfield Township, Nov. 2. Check-in time is from 6:15 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. with the amateur to activate at 7 p.m. The amount is $25 for two games, shoes, salad, pizza and pop. Also, three chargeless raffle tickets. Email [email protected] A anatomy and a analysis payable to the affiliation are due by Oct. 25 to Kristan Brees, Anchor Bay Middle Academy North, 52805 Ashley St., New Baltimore, MI 48047.
WREATHS ACROSS AMERICA PASTA DINNER Nov. 8: This is an important fundraiser to access over 700 wreaths for a appropriate Wreaths Across America commemoration at Oakwood and St. Mary Queen of Creation cemeteries on 24 Mile Road on Dec. 15 at noon. Every gravesite of veterans interned there will be busy with a wreath. The banquet will be at Lempke-Blackwell VFW Column 7573, 35011 23 Mile Road in Our Town, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Free-will donations acquiescently accepted. All veterans eat chargeless and will accept a candied gift. The agenda includes pasta with meat or marinara sauce, salad, rolls, ambrosia and hot and algid beverages. Beer and wine accessible for a donation. Allowance bassinet assets at 7:30 p.m. with tickets accessible at the event. Not able to appear and appetite to acquirement a wreath? At $15 each, mail a analysis payable to Wreaths Across America, affliction of: Curves, 35453 23 Mile Road, New Baltimore, MI 48047. Questions? Alarm Mickie at 586-855-6992 or Tammi at 586-716-2523.
CRAFT/VENDOR BENEFIT Nov. 10 for VFW Column 7573: Accessible at 35011 23 Mile Road from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., acceptance costs $1. Vendors may email Michelle at [email protected] The amount for a 7-foot-by-10-foot amplitude is $45 or two for $80. Anniversary berth will accommodate one 8-foot table and two chairs.
VETERANS DAY CEREMONY Nov. 11: The area of Our Town’s burghal anteroom at 11 a.m. on that 11th day of the 11th ages will be the armpit of a Veterans Day blow conducted by VFW Column 7573. Let’s account our veterans and be there. A ogna will chase at the VFW’s Cove with those accessory asked to accompany a bowl to pass.
NOV. 17 VENDOR/CRAFT SHOW: Acceptable Shepherd Lutheran Church, 31100 23 Mile Road, Chesterfield Township, is gluttonous vendors to accompany it as it holds its anniversary Cookie Walk/Bazaar from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Alarm JoAnn at 586-925-9294.
THANKSGIVING DINNER NOV. 18: St. John’s Lutheran Church, 51161 Maria St., will be confined a acceptable Thanksgiving banquet at 2 p.m. The amount is $10 for adults and $8 for seniors and accouchement ages 8 to 12 years. With alone 100 tickets available, anxiety are all-important by calling Nancy at 586-994-6720, Shirley at 586-725-0427, Mary at 586-716-0676 or Evelyn at 586-725-8935. Tickets go quickly, so don’t delay.
NB LIONS APPRECIATION AWARDS: On Sept. 16, during the Lions Club’s Classic Cruise-in, Margie Holmes and Janice Wieczorkowski were presented Awards of Appreciation to admit their adherence to the club and the assignment they do as adherent volunteers. Our Town congratulates anniversary of the women and acknowledge them as well.
2018 NB LIONS CRUISE-IN WINNERS announced: Sponsor winners: Miiller CPA PC: Mike Pokone with a 1965 blooming Oldsmobile; Gendernalik Funeral Home: Bob and Deb Vandriessche of Casco Townshipwith a 1956 purple/white Chevy 210 Prowler; Emerson’s By the Bay: Bill Zarkis of New Baltimore with a aphotic blooming 1931 Model A Ford coupe; Project Control Engineering: Bob Germain of Sterling Heights with a 1962 atramentous Chrysler 300 convertible; Fin’s Eatery and Spirits: a atramentous roadster; New Baltimore Goodfellows: Darryl Kurily of New Baltimore with a 1960 red Chevy Bel Air; Aitken & Ormond Insurance: Bill Manes of Chesterfield Township with a 1970 dejected Plymouth Supervised; Davis-Vandenboscche Agency: Tom Inbed of Deckerville with a 1930 blue/black Ford pickup; MGM Dumpsters: Rob “Lucky” Pope of St. Clair with a 1947 blue/green/copper Chevy analeptic 3100; Robert Clancy Contracting: Sandy Lucie of Royal Oak with a 1948 blooming Ford Barter F1; Abundant Clips of Chesterfield Township: Edward Pollett of Chesterfield Township with a chicken Dodge Charger Super Bee; Biggby Coffee #307: Vic Johnson of Shelby Township with a 1956 red/white Ford; Bay-Rama Inc.: Jim Bauer of Clinton Township with a 1950 red MG-TD; Anchor Bay Affiliation Foundation: Mike Pokone with a 1965 blooming Oldsmobile 442; Anchor Bay Knights of Columbus: Tom Nelson of New Baltimore with a 1965 chicken Dodge Coronet; Grosso Trucking & Supply: Ron Course of Chesterfield Township with a 1970 red Dodge Coronet; Anchor Bay Chamber of Commerce: Val and Cindy Spisich of New Baltimore with a 2016 red Ford Shelby; Red’s Barber Shop: Mike Brun of Richmond with a 1967 Champagne Dodge Coronet; Village of East Harbor: Ken and Ginny Savage of Shelby Township with a 1969 orange/pearl Pontiac Firebird; New Baltimore Historical Society: Richard Vanderworp of East China Township with a 1939 beach Plymouth coupe; Moran Chevrolet: Mike Vanderhoff of New Baltimore with a 1969 ablaze chicken Chevy Chevelle. It was a absolute day weather-wise with a attractive affectation of cartage in every blush of the rainbow. Abundant work, New Baltitmore Lions Club!
To address account about your account organization, alarm Bette Carrothers at 586-725-8051 or email her at [email protected]
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