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Out and About – Week of July 4th

Three Rivers has always been my hometown. I was raised here, then ventured out into the real world soon after graduation from high school. For the next thirty-three years, I lived in the Chicago area, Denver, and Las Vegas. I always thought of Three Rivers as my hometown because of the people and the sense of tranquility that made up …

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Kittens

06-28-16 BIO16-179-180-181 KITTENS

Meow! “We are three little kittens who don’t need mittens, we need a home to live. Come in and see us, hug us and squeeze us, and see how much love we can give.” We are about 7-1/2 weeks old and will be ready for adoption by July 5th. We are very sweet and what is cuter than a kitten? …

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Out and About – Week of June 27th

We still have two months left before school starts, so if you’re undecided as where to go for that summer vacation, I strongly suggest that you stay right here in Michigan. There is so much to see and do, and you don’t need to spend a lot of money. If you’re interested in camping, there are plenty of state parks …

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Star

06-21-16 BIO16-000161 STAR cat

Hello. I’m Star and I am a gray and white female kitty, about 1 year old. I have already been spayed and I like to play. My face has some pretty interesting markings and I think you will like my gray nose. I’m friendly and I like to lick you to show you how much I like you. My sibling …

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Out and About – Week of June 20th

Probably one of the most popular words used today is “change”. “Change” is inevitable. We can’t move forward without “change”. I’ve never been a big fan of change, especially when it’s big. One of the obstacles that members of a civic organization must face is when a new member joins the group and comes up with an idea that involves …

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Mark My Words – Father’s Day facts

“The older I get, the smarter my father seems to get.” — Tim Russert Mother’s Day, while not declared a holiday until 1914 by President Woodrow Wilson, the beginnings of the holiday began several years earlier. However, it would be many years, 58 in fact, before fathers would earn the same recognition. The reason it took so long for Father’s …

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