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City of Pinconning residents are reminded that leaves ARE NOT collected from the roadside by City staff. The proper method for leaf disposal is to bag them in yard waste containers for collection by Republic Services on regular Wednesday trash days from now until the end of November. For any...
Camp Fish Tales is hosting a Fright Night Haunted Forest October 22, 23, 24th. Join us if you dare on a walk (or run!!) through the dark and spooky trails of camp! (There is an admission fee) Friday, October 22nd 7-10 pm (7-8:30 kid friendly) Saturday, October 23rd 9-10 pm Sunday, October 24th 7-...
The members of Pinconning High School’s Student Council will be hosting their Fall Blood Drive on Monday, November 1, 2021, from 8:00 am until 1:30 pm in the school library. Community members who wish to donate can reserve their donation time slot at www.versiti.org or by emailing Michael Stoneback...
The Pinconning & Linwood Chamber of Commerce Great Pumpkin Challenge will take place in Doc Letchfield Park at the Bandshell this Saturday, October 16. This years event will feature the Great Pumpkin Weigh-in, a Pumpkin Carving competition, the drawing for the Sesquicentennial Raffle, Pumpkin...
Sesquicentennial Queen Pageant The first official event of the 2022 Pinconning Sesquicentennial will be January’s Sesquicentennial Queen Pageant. The Pageant is a $250 (minimum) scholarship pageant open to all girls at least a high school Junior and no older than 20 on January 1, 2022, whose...
When Steve Bellor was interested in starting a new business, he had several goals in mind, including keeping his immediate family involved and honoring Michigan’s heritage of logging as well as his family heritage in the logging industry. He recalled the need for hearty, filling meals to provide...
The Pinconning & Linwood Chamber of Commerce Golf Outing to support next year’s Pin-conning Sesquicentennial tees off this Saturday at 9:00 am at Green Hills. Golfers will eligible for 15 Hole Challenge prizes, a Hole-in-One Grand Prize of a new Ford Escape courtesy of Burt Watson Ford of...
Roberta Spencer, President of the Noon Optimist Club, presents a mock check to John Sanford (left) Central Elementary Principal and Michael Vieau, PHS Superintendent. 	                                                                                        --Courtesy Photo
I had the honor last week to visit the Bay City Noon Optimist Club’s weekly meeting in Bay City. The club donated $500 to Central Elementary to purchase school related items for the students. The club puts on various fundraisers throughout the year and decided this year to donate to local...
The members of Pinconning High School’s Student Council will be hosting Trunk or Treat on Sunday, October 31st from 5:00 pm-6:30 pm in the student parking lot of Pinconning High School. This event will replace “Halloween in the Hallways” for one year due to the ongoing pandemic. This free event...

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