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Any Girl Theater Preformance, West Branch, Nov. 6, 7, 8 - The Ogemaw Heights Theatrical Troupe presents this preformance at 7 p.m. in their auditorium. The play features, Meg Wheeler, who loves to make up statistics to justify almost everything she does. She even makes up a statistic to convince her parents to let her leave her small town and move to New York City. In fact, her main goal is to find a husband. The trouble is that she is not the only girl with this mindset. She finds herself staying at a boarding house filled with other attractive, single girls eager to find the ideal man. Eventually, Meg is employed by an advertising agency where she decides to marry the bossís younger brother. Trouble ensues when Meg and the boss himself, Miles Doughton, end up falling in love. Cost is $6 students and $8 adults. Tickets available in advance at Edith M's in West Branch , at the OHHS office, or by calling 989-343-3157. - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.EbKHZVAD.dpuf
Any Girl Theater Preformance, West Branch, Nov. 6, 7, 8 - The Ogemaw Heights Theatrical Troupe presents this preformance at 7 p.m. in their auditorium. The play features, Meg Wheeler, who loves to make up statistics to justify almost everything she does. She even makes up a statistic to convince her parents to let her leave her small town and move to New York City. In fact, her main goal is to find a husband. The trouble is that she is not the only girl with this mindset. She finds herself staying at a boarding house filled with other attractive, single girls eager to find the ideal man. Eventually, Meg is employed by an advertising agency where she decides to marry the bossís younger brother. Trouble ensues when Meg and the boss himself, Miles Doughton, end up falling in love. Cost is $6 students and $8 adults. Tickets available in advance at Edith M's in West Branch , at the OHHS office, or by calling 989-343-3157. - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.EbKHZVAD.dpuf
Any Girl Theater Preformance, West Branch, Nov. 6, 7, 8 - The Ogemaw Heights Theatrical Troupe presents this preformance at 7 p.m. in their auditorium. The play features, Meg Wheeler, who loves to make up statistics to justify almost everything she does. She even makes up a statistic to convince her parents to let her leave her small town and move to New York City. In fact, her main goal is to find a husband. The trouble is that she is not the only girl with this mindset. She finds herself staying at a boarding house filled with other attractive, single girls eager to find the ideal man. Eventually, Meg is employed by an advertising agency where she decides to marry the bossís younger brother. Trouble ensues when Meg and the boss himself, Miles Doughton, end up falling in love. Cost is $6 students and $8 adults. Tickets available in advance at Edith M's in West Branch , at the OHHS office, or by calling 989-343-3157. - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.EbKHZVAD.dpuf
Any Girl Theater Preformance, West Branch, Nov. 6, 7, 8 - The Ogemaw Heights Theatrical Troupe presents this preformance at 7 p.m. in their auditorium. The play features, Meg Wheeler, who loves to make up statistics to justify almost everything she does. She even makes up a statistic to convince her parents to let her leave her small town and move to New York City. In fact, her main goal is to find a husband. The trouble is that she is not the only girl with this mindset. She finds herself staying at a boarding house filled with other attractive, single girls eager to find the ideal man. Eventually, Meg is employed by an advertising agency where she decides to marry the bossís younger brother. Trouble ensues when Meg and the boss himself, Miles Doughton, end up falling in love. Cost is $6 students and $8 adults. Tickets available in advance at Edith M's in West Branch , at the OHHS office, or by calling 989-343-3157. - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.EbKHZVAD.dpuf
Any Girl Theater Preformance, West Branch, Nov. 6, 7, 8 - The Ogemaw Heights Theatrical Troupe presents this preformance at 7 p.m. in their auditorium. The play features, Meg Wheeler, who loves to make up statistics to justify almost everything she does. She even makes up a statistic to convince her parents to let her leave her small town and move to New York City. In fact, her main goal is to find a husband. The trouble is that she is not the only girl with this mindset. She finds herself staying at a boarding house filled with other attractive, single girls eager to find the ideal man. Eventually, Meg is employed by an advertising agency where she decides to marry the bossís younger brother. Trouble ensues when Meg and the boss himself, Miles Doughton, end up falling in love. Cost is $6 students and $8 adults. Tickets available in advance at Edith M's in West Branch , at the OHHS office, or by calling 989-343-3157. - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.EbKHZVAD.dpuf
Any Girl Theater Preformance, West Branch, Nov. 6, 7, 8 - The Ogemaw Heights Theatrical Troupe presents this preformance at 7 p.m. in their auditorium. The play features, Meg Wheeler, who loves to make up statistics to justify almost everything she does. She even makes up a statistic to convince her parents to let her leave her small town and move to New York City. In fact, her main goal is to find a husband. The trouble is that she is not the only girl with this mindset. She finds herself staying at a boarding house filled with other attractive, single girls eager to find the ideal man. Eventually, Meg is employed by an advertising agency where she decides to marry the bossís younger brother. Trouble ensues when Meg and the boss himself, Miles Doughton, end up falling in love. Cost is $6 students and $8 adults. Tickets available in advance at Edith M's in West Branch , at the OHHS office, or by calling 989-343-3157. - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.EbKHZVAD.dpuf
Lake Golf Outing, Glennie, June 13 - Saturday registration at 10:30 with 11 am shotgun start at Eagle Ridge Golf Course. Four players per team, $55 per player. Sponsorship donation $75.All tax deductable proceeds go towards the Brownlee Lake Association. To support the Aeration System and restock its fishery. RSVP today, 989-736-8346 - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.7Db76DSm.dpuf
Lake Golf Outing, Glennie, June 13 - Saturday registration at 10:30 with 11 am shotgun start at Eagle Ridge Golf Course. Four players per team, $55 per player. Sponsorship donation $75.All tax deductable proceeds go towards the Brownlee Lake Association. To support the Aeration System and restock its fishery. RSVP today, 989-736-8346 - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.7Db76DSm.dpuf
Lake Golf Outing, Glennie, June 13 - Saturday registration at 10:30 with 11 am shotgun start at Eagle Ridge Golf Course. Four players per team, $55 per player. Sponsorship donation $75.All tax deductable proceeds go towards the Brownlee Lake Association. To support the Aeration System and restock its fishery. RSVP today, 989-736-8346 - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.7Db76DSm.dpuf
Lake Golf Outing, Glennie, June 13 - Saturday registration at 10:30 with 11 am shotgun start at Eagle Ridge Golf Course. Four players per team, $55 per player. Sponsorship donation $75.All tax deductable proceeds go towards the Brownlee Lake Association. To support the Aeration System and restock its fishery. RSVP today, 989-736-8346. - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.7Db76DSm.dpuf


Rose Valley Winery - Beechwood Rd. in Rose City   Ė Open Fri Ė Mon or by appointment.  Pick up our wine at outlets:  Brew Krew in East Tawas, Kocherís Market in Hale and Rose City Meat and Deli or at the Winery.  Free wine tasting!  Visit www.rosevalleywinery.net or call 989-685-9399.   Visit the Carroll Broadcasting Taste of NE MI page here!
 


 

Summer Shooting Leagues, Oscoda, Now Through August 3rd - The Iosco County Sportsman's Club invites you to participate in their 2015 summer shooting league.  Activities will commence at 6PM on Monday, May 18th and will continue each week until Monday, Aug. 3rd for a total of twelve weeks (plus one make-up shoot).  The competition will be equally divided into three disciplines of trap, skeet and five stand, each lasting for 4 weeks.  For more information, contact Hammie at (989) 739-7010.

Tawas Community Concerts in the Park, East Tawas, Now Through August - Monday evenings at 7PM, in the East Tawas City Park at the Gazebo.  Bring your blanket or lawn chair, relax and listen to the variety of songs preformed live on the shores of Tawas Bay.

Brownlee Lake Boat Parade of Lights, Lincoln, Aug. 1st - starts at dusk on Brownlee Lake in Lincoln. Prizes for best decorated boat, live entertainment by DJ Rex Manning.  Parking to watch the parade will be available at the boat launch, beach, parkway on N. Sleeper Drive and the roads around the lake.  Everyone is welcome.  To participate, call Sandy at 520-909-9372.

Veteran's Memorial Park Pavers Still for Sale- Tawas City - Sponsorships of brick pavers are still for sale.  Memorialize your loved one or family service member at the newly completed Tawas Veteran's Memorial Park.  Click here for brick paver sponsorships.  Sponsored in part by Carroll Broadcasting.



 

Grief Support Group, Standish - St. Mary's of Michigan/Standish Hospital in partnership with Reverence Home Health & Hospice is offering this support on the first and third Monday of each month. All classes are free to attend and open to the community.  Topics and support group format may vary.  For more information, contact Sheila Hughes at (989) 846-3441


 


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 Graduation Fundraiser, East Tawas, Feb. 18 - Premier Jewelry will donate 20% of the earnings to benefit Tawas's Project Graduation. Treat yourself to a new piece of jewelry and register for drawing for free jewelry. Wednesday, from 6-8 pm at the East Tawas Community Center on Newman Street. For more information, call Therese at 810-280-2367. - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.lkl7oTHH.dpuf
 finish the fight want to help? Thursday from 6:30-7:30pm at the Masonic Temple in Tawas.  We encourage anyone interested in having a team, wanting to be on a team, or wanting to volunteer to join us. Tables are available to teams to sell fundraiser items.   Committee members will be available before and after the meeting for questions.  Any questions call Angela Wood at 517-449-4249 or go to www.relayforlife.org/ioscocountymi - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.sf9y5SWp.dpuf
eeting, Tawas, May 1 - Iosco County is ready to finish the fight want to help? Thursday from 6:30-7:30pm at the Masonic Temple in Tawas.  We encourage anyone interested in having a team, wanting to be on a team, or wanting to volunteer to join us. Tables are available to teams to sell fundraiser items.   Committee members will be available before and after the meeting for questions.  Any questions call Angela Wood at 517-449-4249 or go to www.relayforlife.org/ioscocountymi - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.sf9y5SWp.dpuf
eeting, Tawas, May 1 - Iosco County is ready to finish the fight want to help? Thursday from 6:30-7:30pm at the Masonic Temple in Tawas.  We encourage anyone interested in having a team, wanting to be on a team, or wanting to volunteer to join us. Tables are available to teams to sell fundraiser items.   Committee members will be available before and after the meeting for questions.  Any questions call Angela Wood at 517-449-4249 or go to www.relayforlife.org/ioscocountymi - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.sf9y5SWp.dpuf
eeting, Tawas, May 1 - Iosco County is ready to finish the fight want to help? Thursday from 6:30-7:30pm at the Masonic Temple in Tawas.  We encourage anyone interested in having a team, wanting to be on a team, or wanting to volunteer to join us. Tables are available to teams to sell fundraiser items.   Committee members will be available before and after the meeting for questions.  Any questions call Angela Wood at 517-449-4249 or go to www.relayforlife.org/ioscocountymi - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.sf9y5SWp.dpuf
eeting, Tawas, May 1 - Iosco County is ready to finish the fight want to help? Thursday from 6:30-7:30pm at the Masonic Temple in Tawas.  We encourage anyone interested in having a team, wanting to be on a team, or wanting to volunteer to join us. Tables are available to teams to sell fundraiser items.   Committee members will be available before and after the meeting for questions.  Any questions call Angela Wood at 517-449-4249 or go to www.relayforlife.org/ioscocountymi - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.sf9y5SWp.dpuf
eeting, Tawas, May 1 - Iosco County is ready to finish the fight want to help? Thursday from 6:30-7:30pm at the Masonic Temple in Tawas.  We encourage anyone interested in having a team, wanting to be on a team, or wanting to volunteer to join us. Tables are available to teams to sell fundraiser items.   Committee members will be available before and after the meeting for questions.  Any questions call Angela Wood at 517-449-4249 or go to www.relayforlife.org/ioscocountymi - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.sf9y5SWp.dpuf
eeting, Tawas, May 1 - Iosco County is ready to finish the fight want to help? Thursday from 6:30-7:30pm at the Masonic Temple in Tawas.  We encourage anyone interested in having a team, wanting to be on a team, or wanting to volunteer to join us. Tables are available to teams to sell fundraiser items.   Committee members will be available before and after the meeting for questions.  Any questions call Angela Wood at 517-449-4249 or go to www.relayforlife.org/ioscocountymi - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.sf9y5SWp.dpuf
elay Team Meeting, Tawas, May 1 - Iosco County is ready to finish the fight want to help? Thursday from 6:30-7:30pm at the Masonic Temple in Tawas.  We encourage anyone interested in having a team, wanting to be on a team, or wanting to volunteer to join us. Tables are available to teams to sell fundraiser items.   Committee members will be available before and after the meeting for questions.  Any questions call Angela Wood at 517-449-4249 or go to www.relayforlife.org/ioscocountymi - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.sf9y5SWp.dpuf
elay Team Meeting, Tawas, May 1 - Iosco County is ready to finish the fight want to help? Thursday from 6:30-7:30pm at the Masonic Temple in Tawas.  We encourage anyone interested in having a team, wanting to be on a team, or wanting to volunteer to join us. Tables are available to teams to sell fundraiser items.   Committee members will be available before and after the meeting for questions.  Any questions call Angela Wood at 517-449-4249 or go to www.relayforlife.org/ioscocountymi - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.sf9y5SWpcircus
on Veterans Benefits, Tawas, Nov. 7 - Friday at 7 p.m. at the Tawas United Methodist Church on M-55 (across from Dean Arbour Ford) in Tawas City. Our speaker will be from the Saginaw Veteran's Hospital. RSVP is not required. For more information, call 989-362-2941. - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.EbKHZVAD.dpuf
ct Graduation Fundraiser, East Tawas, Feb. 18 - Premier Jewelry will donate 20% of the earnings to benefit Tawas's Project Graduation. Treat yourself to a new piece of jewelry and register for drawing for free jewelry. Wednesday, from 6-8 pm at the East Tawas Community Center on Newman Street. For more information, call Therese at 810-280-2367. - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.lkl7oTHH.dpuf
ct Graduation Fundraiser, East Tawas, Feb. 18 - Premier Jewelry will donate 20% of the earnings to benefit Tawas's Project Graduation. Treat yourself to a new piece of jewelry and register for drawing for free jewelry. Wednesday, from 6-8 pm at the East Tawas Community Center on Newman Street. For more information, call Therese at 810-280-2367. - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.lkl7oTHH.dpuf
ct Graduation Fundraiser, East Tawas, Feb. 18 - Premier Jewelry will donate 20% of the earnings to benefit Tawas's Project Graduation. Treat yourself to a new piece of jewelry and register for drawing for free jewelry. Wednesday, from 6-8 pm at the East Tawas Community Center on Newman Street. For more information, call Therese at 810-280-2367. - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.lkl7oTHH.dpuf
ct Graduation Fundraiser, East Tawas, Feb. 18 - Premier Jewelry will donate 20% of the earnings to benefit Tawas's Project Graduation. Treat yourself to a new piece of jewelry and register for drawing for free jewelry. Wednesday, from 6-8 pm at the East Tawas Community Center on Newman Street. For more information, call Therese at 810-280-2367. - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.lkl7oTHH.dpuf
ct Graduation Fundraiser, East Tawas, Feb. 18 - Premier Jewelry will donate 20% of the earnings to benefit Tawas's Project Graduation. Treat yourself to a new piece of jewelry and register for drawing for free jewelry. Wednesday, from 6-8 pm at the East Tawas Community Center on Newman Street. For more information, call Therese at 810-280-2367. - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.lkl7oTHH.dpuf
ct Graduation Fundraiser, East Tawas, Feb. 18 - Premier Jewelry will donate 20% of the earnings to benefit Tawas's Project Graduation. Treat yourself to a new piece of jewelry and register for drawing for free jewelry. Wednesday, from 6-8 pm at the East Tawas Community Center on Newman Street. For more information, call Therese at 810-280-2367. - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.lkl7oTHH.dpuf
Graduation Fundraiser, East Tawas, Feb. 18 - Premier Jewelry will donate 20% of the earnings to benefit Tawas's Project Graduation. Treat yourself to a new piece of jewelry and register for drawing for free jewelry. Wednesday, from 6-8 pm at the East Tawas Community Center on Newman Street. For more information, call Therese at 810-280-2367 - See more at: http://www.wkjc.com/pages/where-to-go....what-to-do#sthash.lkl7oTHH.dpuf

Vietnam Traveling Tribute Wall, Oscoda, Now Through July 26th - Wall arrives Wednesday at the Wurtsmith Air Museum in Oscoda by motorcycle escort at 3:30PM.  Everyone is invited to observe the arrival.  Thursday, opening ceremony is at 6PM with special recognitions and presentations and bag piper.  Friday, the reading of the 2,800 Michigan names on The Wall begins at 9AM.  Free concert by the 126th Michigan Army National Guard band at 6PM.  Saturday at 9PM will be the candlelight service and a closing ceremony on Sunday at 1PM.  Before The Wall travels to its next destination.

Paint with Gary, Tawas, July 24th, 31st - Learn acrylic techniques, paint landscapers and more.  Class runs from 11AM - 3PM.  Cost is $25 per week and materials $5.  Classes have a non-refundable $5 deposit with your reservation.  Classes are limited and early reservations are encouraged.  For more information or to register, call 989-362-5613 or stop by the Art Gallery at 302 Newman Street, East Tawas or visit us online at www.TawasBayArtGallery.com

Relay For Life of Alcona County, Lincoln, July 25th - Join the American Cancer Society along with your friends and neighbors to walk for a cure.  This event starts at noon at the Alcona Community Track in Lincoln.  For more information, call 1-800-227-2345.

Arenac Summer Concert Series, Standish, Now Through August - Standish Schedule: June 25th, Jolly Hammers & Strings; July 2nd, Sunshine String Band; July 9th, Blues Band with Denny Fisk; July 16th, Steve Drzewicki Polka Band; July 30th, Broken Glass; Aug. 6th, Point Blank.  Omer Schedule (in the City Park): Aug. 13th, Omer City Limits.  AuGres Schedule (in the City Pavillion): Aug. 20th, Flipside.  Bring a lawn chair or blankets and take a seat to enjoy the sounds of summer concert series brought to you by the Arenac Heritage Route Authority.  The Standish concerts are held Thursday evenings at 6:30PM - 8:30PM at the Standish Depot.  Light refreshments may be available on the grounds.  No alcohol is permitted.

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Brownlee Lake Boat Parade of Lights, Lincoln, Aug. 1st - starts at dusk on Brownlee Lake in Lincoln. Prizes for best decorated boat, live entertainment by DJ Rex Manning. Parking to watch the parade will be available at the boat launch, beach, parkway on N. Sleeper Drive and the roads around the lake. Everyone is welcome. To participate, call Sandy at 520-909-9372.

Summer Science Camp, Genie, July 27th - 31st - The US Forest Service will host 2 free summer camps at Sprinkler Lake Education Center located between Mikado and Glennie in the Huron National Forest.  The camps are for students entering grades 2 - 7 yrs.  Registration deadline is June 1st.  For more information call Delynn at 739-0728 ext. 3032.  Registration questions may be directed to Susie at 739-0595.

Submit your event: fax to 989-362-4544, or mail to P.O. Box 549 Tawas City, MI 48764, or e-mail announcer@wkjc.com.



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Onaway Speedway, Onaway, Now Through September - Fast exciting racing begins on Saturday nights in Northern Michigan.  General admission:  adults $12, senior citizens and children 12-16 only $10, children under age 11 are free with a paid adult.  Pits open at 2PM, general admission at 3:30PM.  Time trials at 4PM and racing at 6PM.   Race events and dates are tentative and subject to change.  Log onto www.onawayspeedway.com for a complete schedule
 


 

Fine Arts Day Camp, Standish, July 27th - 31st - The Northeast Michigan Arts Council and partially funded by the Arenac County Fund, a Fine Arts Day Camp for students eight to 13 of age will be held at the Art Center in Standish. Tuition is $25 for arts council members and $30 for non members, which includes class supplies and refreshments for the week-long program.  For more information, contact the arts council office at 989-846-9331.

Tawas Bay Art Gallery Classes, East Tawas, Now Through August - Learn to create paintings, drawings, crafts and more at the Art Gallery at 302 Newman Street.  For our class schedule or to register for classes, call 989-362-5613.  Classes are limited and early reservations are encouraged.  You can also visit our website at: www.TawasBayArtGallery.com

Brownlee Lake Association Garage Sales, Lincoln, Sep. 4th & 5th - Proceeds to benefit the preservation of Brownlee Lake.  Accepting items for donations.  No clothing.  Aug. 31st-Sep. 3rd to be dropped off at 1113 Barlow Rd. between noon & 6PM.  For more information, please call 989-736-6815 or 989-736-8346.

Tawas Community Concerts in the Park, East Tawas, Now Through August - Monday evenings at 7PM - 7:30PM, in the East Tawas City Park at the Gazebo.  Bring your blanket or lawn chair, relax and listen to the variety of songs preformed live on the shores of Tawas Bay.

Oscoda Beach Band Shell Summer Concert Series, Now - Aug. 20th - Bring your lawn chairs and/or blankets. Concerts are held under the band Shell in Oscoda. Schedule begins June 25 with Flipside; July 2, Boogie 2 Shooz, July 1 Tawas Bay Players Singers, July 9, Bluses Abusers, July 16, Georger Schwedler Trio, July 23, Tommy's Tunes, July 30 Victory Trio, Aug. 6, Shunshine String Band, Aug. 13, 2wice Shy; Aug. 20, Concert for Special Olympics.

 

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