N3 received this missive from the fine folks at Native Circle. Of all the great events our area offers, this one remains a favorite at N3 World Headquarters & Butterfly Ministry (N3WH&BM)
Anii and Boozhoo Friends!
The Native Circle of Newaygo County invites you to the 4th annual Native American Gathering: "We Are Still Here":
This is a free family friendly, drug and alcohol free event located in the smoke free setting of Brooks Park.
The Native American Gathering is a sharing of culture, history, traditions, music, food and arts.
Saturday, September 21, 11am - 7pm,Sunday, September 22, 11am - 4pm Brooks Park,
River Valley and White Cloud Physical Therapy
Is pain or weakness keeping you from being a weekend warrior, an athlete or as productive as you want/or need to be? Call us about a FREE assessment to determine if you could benefit from further treatment! Assessment by a Physical Therapist, free of charge for anyone with a presumed or actual injury/limitation. If intervention is appropriate, we can help facilitate it.
-Stop in Or call us at (231) 652-3860 at River Valley Physical Therapy or (231) 689-5800 at White Cloud Physical Therapy to schedule your appointment. Share this info with a friend!
The Gold Division is indeed up for grabs this year but the road to the title runs through Stanton for now.
The Hornets continue to roll with as many wins as they collected the past 3 seasons and they don’t appear to be letting up anytime soon.
The Tigers corralled the Coyotes in what Coach Geraghty described as “a four quearter fistfight” and managed to convert a 2 pointer that made the difference.
Hesperia flexed a little muscle in their rivalry game and the Pack found a little offense, albeit too little too late.
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Have some fun this fall and shoot away….with your camera! Newaygo County is prime country for that perfect fall photo. Take your best shots and enter the NCCA-Artsplace Fall Photography Contest. The contest is an annual community event that anyone can enter and showcases the fall beauty of our area. Entry deadline is Tuesday, October 1, by 5:30 p.m.
This free competition is for all ages and all levels of skill. All entries musthave a fall or harvest theme. Participants may submit up to two entries. Each entry must be an 8”x10” unframed photograph...
For some reason on the second Friday in September, the weather is always stiflingly hot in East Lansing, Michigan. Some years it is hot and sunny, others it is cloudy with hot humidity that makes you feel like you're drowning.
This Friday, September 13, it started out cooler and rainy, giving everyone attending the meet false hope the cycle may have been broken. Race officials for the Spartan Invite held at Michigan State University's Forest Akers golf course made last minute changes to the schedule in an attempt to
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Photo by Ken DeLaat
Roberts was candid, funny, and unafraid to be opinionated yet refraining from being unnecessarily unkind. She called out politicians and expressed her frustration at seeing their top priority always focused on sustained incumbency rather than problem solving.
And her wealth of historical knowledge provided an odd sense of relief when she said that today’s political divisiveness is perhaps not the worst our country has faced, referencing the 1850’s and the caning of a senator in the halls of Congress by a member of the house incensed at being referred to in a speech by the canee as 'an imbecile who held slavery as his harlot' among other things.
She reminded us, however, that the era she spoke of ended in Civil War...
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