The Pinconning City Council held their scheduled June meeting on Wednesday afternoon. The meeting was held on the Zoom platform, and the technical difficulties at City Hall, continued.
City Manager, Bob Moffit
City Hall to Reopen to the Public
Baltimore Oriole in Michigan Apple Tree Blossoms is the art work designed for the Appreciating Nature Through Art Event on June 26th.                     		                                                                          --Courtesy Photo
Appreciating Nature Through Art event will be conducted by Studio 23 for the Saginaw Bay Nature Festival, featuring a Baltimore Oriole in Michigan Apple Tree Blossoms.
Fraser Twp Board members (L-R) Mark Galus, George Augustyniak, Pat Powers, Renee Rugenstein, Shelly Hadd and guest Theresa Andrejewski, celebrate George Augustyniak’s 40 years of service to the towhship.                       										     --Courtesy Photo
On Saturday, March 7th, 2020, George Augustyniak was presented with a plaque to recognize and celebrate his 40 years of service to Fraser Township as a supervisor and trustee.
Kayla Dybas
Kayla Dybas, of Pinconning, recently graduated from Delta College with highest honors, in a ceremony on Saturday, June 20th. Kayla has earned her Associates Degree in Arts and an Interpersonal Communications certificate.
2020 PHS VALEDICTORIAN MEGAN MCLAREN addresses fellow graduates during Thursday evening’s Commencement Exercises. The event capped a chaotic senior year for the Class of 2020. See a full page of color photos on page 7.	      --Journal Photo
City Manager, Bob Moffit
Baltimore Oriole in Michigan Apple Tree Blossoms is the art work designed for the Appreciating Nature Through Art Event on June 26th.                     		                                                                          --Courtesy Photo
Fraser Twp Board members (L-R) Mark Galus, George Augustyniak, Pat Powers, Renee Rugenstein, Shelly Hadd and guest Theresa Andrejewski, celebrate George Augustyniak’s 40 years of service to the towhship.                       										     --Courtesy Photo
Kayla Dybas
The Pinconning City Council held their scheduled June meeting on Wednesday afternoon. The meeting was held on the Zoom platform, and the technical difficulties at City Hall, continued. City Manager Bob Moffit attempted to join the meeting by telephone but was unsuccessful, so he again shared a...
City Manager, Bob Moffit
City Hall to Reopen to the Public City Manager Bob Moffit tells the Journal that Pinconning City Hall is expected to reopen to the public on Monday, July 6th. Residents are asked to continue to minimize contact with City staff by making payments by mail, using the drop-box outside City Hall, and...
Michiganders who plan on celebrating Independence Day by setting off fireworks need to be aware of the dangers and risks involved, especially when dealing with powerful, consumer-grade devices such as firecrackers, bottle rockets and Roman candles in order to avoid tragedy. “The Independence Day...
The Pinconning Area Schools Board held their second June meeting on Monday evening. President Mark Coutcher opened the meeting, then declared the Public Hearing for the 2020-2021 Final Proposed Budget open. Business Director Kris McLavy presented the final 2019-2020 Budget Amendment for approval...
Dennis Whitney and Lorie Szyperski pose with two of the renovated American Flags to be displayed on City of Pinconning light posts.      --Courtesy Photo
Several years ago, Lorie Szyperski of the City of Pinconning DDA, helped to spearhead an effort to purchase Christmas decorations and American flags to decorate the light posts in Pinconning. The American flags were no longer fit to fly because they had become so dirty. The flags were recently...
We’re Not Jimmy, a rock ‘n roll band, will perform for Tuesdays in the Park on June 30th.                                                                                                        --Courtesy Photo
“We’re Not Jimmy” is a rock ‘n roll band that loves to have fun and they are looking forward to playing again this year at Tuesdays in the Park. If you are ready for an upbeat evening of music, mark your calendar for June 30th. The band plays music from the 60’s & 70’s, classic 80’s, and...
Baltimore Oriole in Michigan Apple Tree Blossoms is the art work designed for the Appreciating Nature Through Art Event on June 26th.                     		                                                                          --Courtesy Photo
Appreciating Nature Through Art event will be conducted by Studio 23 for the Saginaw Bay Nature Festival, featuring a Baltimore Oriole in Michigan Apple Tree Blossoms. The event features an adult art class with Studio 23 instructors held in Pinconning at the Pinconning Community Center, 200 N....
Fraser Twp Board members (L-R) Mark Galus, George Augustyniak, Pat Powers, Renee Rugenstein, Shelly Hadd and guest Theresa Andrejewski, celebrate George Augustyniak’s 40 years of service to the towhship.                       										     --Courtesy Photo
On Saturday, March 7th, 2020, George Augustyniak was presented with a plaque to recognize and celebrate his 40 years of service to Fraser Township as a supervisor and trustee. A gathering with his family, friends and fellow board members was held to celebrate his accomplishment. George’s extensive...
Mike duranczyk and jennifer delorge are shown above with the new Little Free Library at Central elementary.
Installing small lending libraries, known as Little Free Libraries, in public spaces has become a popular activity around the country. The Rotary Club of Pinconning & Standish got involved in the movement a few years ago when it installed its first library at the Linwood Marina. Even though...

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