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St. Michael’s group of students that visited several sites in Washington D.C.		             				                               --Courtesy Photo
Early November 9th, 36 students and parents gathered at St. Michael’s Catholic School to board a bus headed to explore our nation’s capitol. During the next three days, this group visited Arlington National Cemetery on Veteran’s day to truly understand and appreciate what veterans have done to...
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS (l-r) Dailyn Bayne, Hailey Cianek,  Skylar Johnson, Anissa Overly, and Katie Gingerich picked up enough food for a complete Thanksgiving dinner for 8 local families in need at Town & Country Supermarket last Monday, funded by the Great Lakes Outdoorsman Foundation.    										 --Journal Photo
The Great Lakes Outdoorsman Foundation (GLOF) and the Pinconning High School National Honor Society partnered up to bring Thanksgiving meals to families in need. This is just one of the many programs and projects undertaken by the GLOF in support of our local community. Earlier this year the Great...
The Dictionary and Thesaurus given to the students is pictured above.                      --Courtesy Photo
For the last 16 years, members of the Rotary Club of Pinconning & Standish have provided age-appropriate dictionaries for 3rd graders, and thesauruses for 4th graders, in local schools. Since 2005, about 7,000 books have been given to students in the Pinconning, Standish-Sterling, and AuGres-...
PINCONNING-FRASER FIRE DEPARTMENT receives a 2% grant from the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe: (l-r)  District Two Representative Ron Nelson, PFFD Chief Dave Ramsay, Sub-Chief Joe Kequom.            --Journal Photo
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe announced their Fall 2021 semi-annual 2% slot revenue grants to local schools and units of government last Friday, November 19th. The total payment for the Saganing Area of Arenac and Northern Bay Counties, based on slot machine revenue at the Saganing Casino,...
Reindeer Visit in 2019.       Journal File Photo
Next Wednesday, December 1st, the Pinconning Branch Library will host the return visit of reindeer to Pinconning from 5:00-7:00 pm. A VERY popular event that normally draws a big crowd, this year they expect even more kids as it’s the only visit to a library in Bay County. T he City of Pinconning...
The Pinconning Area Emergency Food Pantry, Client Coordinator Mary Beth LaPan, will be at the Pinconning Library to sign up for Christmas Baskets for community members of the Pinconning Area School District. Please bring the following: ID and proof of income. The following are the sign-up dates...
There will be a Spaghetti Dinner to benefit PHS Football Coach Walter Mulligan next Thursday, December 2nd, form 4:00-7:30 pm in the Pinconning Middle School Gym. Donations will be accepted and are appreciated.
Dr. Cregg, speaker at the Rotary meeting on Christmas tree farming in Michigan.             --Courtesy Photo
Horticulture and Forestry, on the Michigan Christmas tree industry. Dr. Cregg has taught at MSU for over 20 years and works closely with tree growers throughout the state. Currently, there are 560 farms in Michigan that grow Christmas trees commercially on 27,000 acres, with annual revenues of...
St. Michael’s Student Council members: (l to r) Madison Grzegorczyk (8th grade); Madison Bersano (7th grade); Layla Foco (7th grade); Addison Cooley (8th grade); Lindsay Pashak (8th grade), back row:  Shayla Johnson (7th grade).                                                         --Courtesy Photo
SCRIP Gift Card Information What is SCRIP? SCRIP is a program where various retailers offer gift cards that are the same as cash and give a percentage back to our Student Council. As an example: a $100 Speedway gas card costs $100 and buys $100 worth of gasoline. The percentage listed by each...

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