December 11, 2017
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Donavin Schieman makes a craft in FirstMerit Bank …
STANDISH — The Standish Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting Kids Day Dec. 9 for both Santa and local businesses to welcome kids and stir up a little Christmas spirit in them. more
Brody Williams of Twining, 7, visits with Santa.
The Twining-Mason-Turner Fire Department hosted a Christmas party Saturday, Dec. 2 at its fire barn. Children were able to enjoy snacks, enter to win prizes and tell Santa what they wanted for Christmas. more
The annual Au Gres Christmas parade was held in Dec. 2, followed by a tree lighting at the city campground and park and the Au Gres Men's Club Christmas party. more
STANDISH — Two counts of voting in the wrong precinct against former Sims Township Supervisor Robert Quackenbush were dismissed without prejudice in 23rd Circuit Court in Arenac County during a motion hearing Nov. 29. more
TWINING — Games, drawings and a visit from Santa will be included in the Twining-Mason-Turner Fire Department’s Christmas party at its fire hall in Twining Saturday, Dec. 2. more
MMR has also set up drop boxes for this year's …
STANDISH — Toys, nonperishable food items and hygiene products will be collected during Arenac County MMR’s second annual Stuff the Ambulance Dec. 2. more
STANDISH — Local “stars” will compete against members of the Sunrise Side Swim Club Dec. 1 at Standish-Sterling Central High School pool during the third annual Swimming With the Stars fundraiser. more
Cale Wiltse drives his festive side-by-side in …
Au GRES — The annual Christmas parade hosted by the Au Gres Area Chamber of Commerce will follow the same route Dec. 2, but it will start on the opposite end. more
Quinn Bechtel, Avery Mitrzyk, and Stella Osier …
A crowd gathered to watch Santa appear at the Standish Historical Depot and Welcome Center. Santa met with attendees and then sat near a Christmas tree inside the depot to listen to children share … more
Aanya and Brady Sweet give Santa a hug last year …
STANDISH — Local children won’t have to wait long to visit with Santa Claus after Thanksgiving is past, as he is scheduled to visit the Standish Historical Depot Friday, Nov. 24. more
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