OUR TOWN: It’s pasty time in Our Town – The Voice

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OUR TOWN: It’s pasty time in Our Town – The Voice

IT’S PASTY TIME IN OUR TOWN: First Congregational Church, 36233 Alfred, famous for baking and selling pasties, is open every day, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., until Nov. 1. Sunday selling hours are noon to 3 p.m. At $6 each, call in an order at 586-725-0909 for one, dozens, hot, cooled or frozen. Ingredients in the pasty include ground chuck, potatoes, carrots, onions and rutabaga all baked in at tasty dough circle. “Better than the UP.” Over 70 church members and friends work on this project. Making Our Town well known, customers travel from anywhere in southeastern Michigan to purchase the pasty. They love it.

HALLOWEEN ALERTS! New Baltimore Recreation will host Trick or Treat on Washington Street Oct. 28. With a $5 wristband, children will enjoy a Halloween night from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Additionally, the New Baltimore Historical Society is decorated in spooky decor that families will find a delight. Go to spookytour.rip and register for a tour of the museum, 51065 Washington, during the hours of 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Oct. 28 and 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Oct. 29. Also, the last farmers market and Boo Bash is Oct. 30.

OCT. 30 “TRICK AND TREAT THROUGH THE TRAILS:” Register for a bracelet at $1 at the Ira Township office, 7085 Meldrum. Wear a costume! Enjoy Rosco the Clown. Enjoy a “Make N Take” Scarecrow; 4-H Pumpkin Art and 4-H archery will be part of the fun, rain or shine, at 2 p.m. at the Ira Township Park. Email cindy@iratownship.org or call 586-339-3969.

OCT. 30 OPPORTUNITY TO RID ELECTRONICS: The New Baltimore Lions Club will be at the corner of Main and Washington during the last farmers market for Our Town to submit unwanted electronics. Contact Tammi at 586-883-4643.

OCT 31 VFW ESSAY DEADLINE: Middle school and high school students have an opportunity to expound with opinions on a given subject and title in an essay contest. The title of the Middle School Patriots Pen writing contest is: “My Pledge to Our Veterans.” The high school Voice of Democracy title for which to write and express thoughts is: “Why Is the Veteran Important?” Those entering must go to vfw.org. Mrs. Sandi VanTiem is the local VFW chairperson and may be reached at 586-725-9554.

REMEMBER NOV. 1 PLASTIC DEADLINE: Take plastic items to the Anchor Bay Lions clubhouse, 9200 Short Cut, or behind Our Town’s city hall.

NOV. 4-5 SECOND ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PHOTO WITH SANTA: At the New Baltimore Recreation Center, 35248 Cricklewood, during the hours of 11 a.m.to 4 p.m., at the cost of, $40, make a family memory with Santa Claus.

RIB-OUT AT VFW POST 7573, NOV. 5: Located at 35011 23 Mile, in the Cove, the auxiliary is hosting the dinner, with a menu of half slab or baby back ribs, baked potato, coleslaw and dessert, at the cost of $18 a person. Serving during 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., call ahead for tickets at 586-725-7100, any day after 3 p.m. or on weekends after noon. Carryout available.

NOV. 11 VETERANS DAY CEREMONY: The ceremony will commence on the 11th day of the 11th month at the 11th hour at Our Town’s city hall on Green. Our Town is invited to be there as Lempke-Blackwell VFW Post 7573 conducts a ceremony of remembrance. It is a national day to honor our veterans who have served our country bravely. A pot luck luncheon will follow at the post, 35011 23 Mile, with those who attend to bring a dish to pass.

NOV. 12-13 CHRISTMAS CRAFT SHOW: With Saturday hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday hours of 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Black Walnut Inn, 36848 Main, invites guests to browse high quality hand-crafted merchandise from local crafters with a stunning array of fabulous gifts for everyone on your Christmas list. Please bring a can of food for the local pantry, as admission. Call 586-709-0500.

BIG BREAKFAST NOV. 13 AT VFW 7573: Serving from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., Our Town is invited. In the Cove, guests will enjoy a meal of eggs and omelets to order, scrambled eggs, French toast, homemade gravy, biscuits, bacon, sausage and potatoes. A minimum donation of $10 is the cost for adults, with $2 for children younger than age 10. World War II veterans eat free.

CELEBRATE THANKSGIVING EARLY NOV. 16: The Shoreliner will prepare a special Thanksgiving feast for guests and serve the dinner during the hours of 11:15 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Located at Middle School South, 48650 Sugarbush, guests are requested to make reservations by calling 586-598-7663. For senior citizens, the fee is $8, while for others, the cost is $10. Chef Wrightner and his Anchor Bay High culinary class will prepare and serve the meal.

NOV. 18 TOUR OF THANKSGIVING PARADE FLOATS: A special warehouse in Detroit is the site of the tour, where guests will have a chance to see the floats ahead of the parade. At a cost of $65 a person, lunch will be at Sindbads. Departure will be from Burke Park at 8:30 a.m., with arrival time back home around 2:30 p.m. Dec. 8: A future trip is planned to the Magic Lights Tour in Pine Knob/Clarkston with a fee of $70. Departure time is 4 p.m. from Burke Park, with dinner at the 5th Tavern. Return time is around 8:30 p.m. Contact the New Baltimore Recreation Center at 586-725-0291.

PICTURES WITH SANTA: Dec. 2, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Dec. 4, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Black Walnut Inn, 36848 Main, families may make arrangements for memorable photos with Santa. The fee for one child is $50, with $10 for additional child, and includes photos, a gift from Santa, hot chocolate and a cookie decoration experience. To book a time, call or text 586-709-0500.

DEC. 2-3 GOODFELLOWS “RAZZBERRY” NEWSPAPER AVAILABLE: Goodfellows in Our Town for over 70 years have stood on street corners and business doors, collecting donations and giving out the paper. Funds realized provide food and toys to needy families in the area. “No Child Without a Christmas,” their motto, has been the life of the organization. The newspaper, full of “razz” that will make readers smile, is a keepsake. Be generous and know that you are helping someone in need, through the work of the Goodfellows. The writer will be at the entrance of Huntington Bank, as always.

DEC. 4 NBIC CONCERT NEWS: The New Baltimore Interfaith Choir will perform at a new venue at 2 p.m. Christ, the King Lutheran Church, 29220, 23 Mile, is where the NBIC will present its annual Christmas concert. The choir will present selections the audience will recognize and are welcome to sing along. Children in the audience will be invited to come to the front and perform. Sandra Vallee Fearn is the accompanist, while Susan McFeely is the narrator. Sandra Wasilina will sing recitatives from Messiah. Soloists include James Torrento, James Parsons, Andrea Steacy, Sandra Berube, Carol McCallum. The Hallelujah Chorus from Messiah, by Handel. A free-will donation will be gratefully accepted.

DEC. 10 HOLIDAY FAMILY PAINTING WITH JANE WEIS: For ages 7 and older, no experience is required. Family groups encouraged. The cost is $15 for more than three in the family. Payment in advance is suggested, with yellow brush in the memo, placed in the drop box of the Ira Township office, 7085 Meldrum. Email cindy@iratownship.org or call 586-339-3969.

BE OFF TO TEXAS APRIL 11-20, 2023: Travel with Donna. Call her at 810-966-0017 and join her on a tour that includes stops at Little Rock, Arkansas, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and Branson, Missouri, to see a show, and plenty of outstanding tours in Fort Worth, Austin and San Antonio, Texas. The price is $1,489, double occupancy or $2, 048, single occupancy. Ten days and nine nights, include also the Alamo, a river boat ride and a visit to the National Museum of the Pacific War, a rodeo, a visit at the U.S. Mint and more!

REMEMBER CLEAN, EMPTY BEVERAGE CONTAINER COLLECTION: Saturdays, 10 a.m. to noon, take them to the Champion Health Club, 33090 23 Mile. The New Baltimore Lions Club is collecting the items in their support of Leader Dogs for the Blind and to send children without sight to summer camp.

PONDER THIS: What cancer cannot do: Cancer is too limited. It cannot cripple love. It cannot shatter hope. It cannot corrode faith. It cannot destroy peace. It cannot kill friendship. It cannot suppress memories. It cannot silence courage. It cannot invade the soul. It cannot steal eternal life. It cannot conquer the spirit. Author unknown. With appreciation to Jack and Rosalie LeRoy.

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OUR TOWN: It’s pasty time in Our Town – The Voice

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