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Out and About Blog by Norm Stutesman

Out and About – Week of May 9th

The community theatre world has lost a very dedicated thespian. Last week, Karen Ruhlig was killed in an auto accident near Kalamazoo. A lot of the details were made public, but I thought I’d add a few more facts that most people may not know. Karen was a rather private person; there were only a few who knew her really ... Read More »

Out and About – Week of May 2nd

I don’t know where the month of April went, but for me, it was gone before I realized it was here. And talk about April showers! I won’t even get into that. Diane, of Mobile Bike Repair, has come up with a great idea. She has organized Saturday morning bike rides. Starting this next Saturday, May 7, and continuing every ... Read More »

Out and About – Week of April 25th

This evening belongs to George Cole. In case you are not aware, George is this year’s Three Rivers Lions Club Citizen of the Year. This evening is the banquet that will honor the person known as “The King of Volunteers”. He has served for many years with the Three Rivers Lions Club, Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, and if ... Read More »

Out and About – Week of April 11th

As you travel the major highways around the county, you’ll probably notice the volunteers out picking up the litter alongside the highway. I’m pretty sure that this last weekend was the first of three times that volunteers pick up the litter each year. They are easy to identify, because they should be wearing iridescent green vests. They usually have a ... Read More »

Out and About – Week of April 4th

Good gravy! I’ve been doing this column for five years, which means that this column starts off my sixth year of trying to keep you readers informed of how to have fun by getting Out and About. It is definitely a labor of love. You’d think that I’d have run out of things to write about by now, but thanks ... Read More »

Out and About – Week of March 28th

It is sometimes difficult to realize that it is now spring. Whether you realize it or not, spring actually arrived a week ago last Sunday, March 20. A lot of you fishermen, or should I say “fisherpeople”, who didn’t do any ice fishing this past season, are probably arranging your tackle boxes and double-checking you reels and lines so as ... Read More »