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LISA C. at Huron National Bank: You brilliantly solved my numbers issue. My sincere gratitude for your much-needed expertise and professionalism.

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The family of Lenny Budnik would like to send a heartfelt thank you to all of the family, friends, neighbors, coworkers, etc. who supported us over the last several years during his illness and especially now after his passing.  Your words of support and encouragement, hugs, prayers, cards, flowers and food have made this difficult time a little easier.  A big thank you to Laura Hentkowski and Hentkowski Funeral Home for your kindness and support as well – everything was beautiful!  Thank you to St. Ignatius Church, Father Silva and the choir for a lovely service.  And to the rosary society and all the volunteers for the wonderful luncheon! And thank you to the Knights of Columbus and VFW for a memorable tribute at the graveside service.  Lenny was the best husband, father and Dzia-Dzia anyone could ask for and he will truly be missed!  He loved the community of Rogers City and we are thankful that we are able to call this home as well! Until we meet him again, in love and peace –

Joan Budnik; Barb (Budnik) and Brian Bannasch; Lori Budnik and Mark Potter; Tayler (Bannasch) and Casey Heath; Rebecca (Andrew) Bannasch

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The family of Lenny Budnik would like to send a very warm and loving thank you to the staff at Golden Beach Manor, especially Trista, Sally, Bev and Pat;  as well as to the staff of McLaren Hospice, especially Rochelle, Dale and Kelly – you are all truly angels on earth!  You took such good care of Lenny and your compassion is amazing!  Thank you for all of that did for us during his last week on earth – we will never forget you or your kindness!!

Joan Budnik; Barb (Budnik) and Brian Bannasch; Lori Budnik and Mark Potter; Tayler (Bannasch) and Casey Heath; Rebecca (Andrew) Bannasch

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Thank you to all who helped to arrange the “New Deal” bus tour of 10 historic Depression-era sites within Presque Isle County. Special thanks to Mary Ann Heidemann for her research and as our tour guide. And special thanks to our bus driver Jackie Quaine. All 30 tourists had a wonderful and informative time.

Special notices

TOWNSHIP OF Pulawski county of Presque Isle, state of Michigan Ordinance No. 2019-1 Prohibition of Marihuana (marijuana) Establishments Ordinance. An ordinance to prohibit marihuana (marijuana) establishments within the boundaries of Pulawski Township pursuant to the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act (Initiated Law 1 of 2018, MCL 333.27951, et seq.), as may be amended; to provide penalties for violation of this ordinance; to provide for severability; to repeal all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict therewith; and to provide an effective date. The township of Pulawski Presque Isle County, Michigan ordains: Section I: Title: This ordinance shall be known as, and may be cited as, the Pulawski Township Prohibition of Marihuana Establishments Ordinance. Section II: Definitions: Words used herein shall have the definitions as provided for in the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act (Initiated Law 1 of 2018, MCL 333.27951, et seq.), as may be amended. Section III: No marihuana establishments: Pulawski Township hereby prohibits all marihuana establishments within the boundaries of Pulawski Township pursuant to the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act (MCL 333.27951, et seq.), as may be amended. Section IV: Violations and penalties: 1. Any person who disobeys, neglects, or refuses to comply with any provision of this ordinance or who causes, allows, or consents to any of the same shall be deemed to be responsible for the violation of this ordinance. A violation of this ordinance is deemed to be a nuisance per se. 2. A violation of this ordinance is a municipal civil infraction, for which the fines shall not be less than $100.00 nor more than $500.00, in the discretion of the court. The foregoing sanctions shall be in addition to the rights of the Pulawski Township to proceed at law or equity with other appropriate and proper remedies. Additionally, the violator shall pay costs which may include all expenses, direct and indirect, which Pulawski Township incurs in connection with the municipal civil infraction. 3. Each day during which any violation continues shall be deemed a separate offense. 4. In addition, Pulawski Township may seek injunctive relief against persons alleged to be in violation of this ordinance, and such other relief as may be provided by law. 5. This ordinance shall be administered and enforced by the county sheriff, supervisor of Pulawski Township or by such other person(s) as designated by the township board from time to time. Section V: Severability: The provisions of this ordinance are hereby declared to be severable. If any clause, sentence, word, section, or provision is hereafter declared void or unenforceable for any reason by a court of competent jurisdiction, it shall not affect the remainder of such ordinance which shall continue in full force and effect. Section VI: Repeal: All ordinances, or parts of ordinances, in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Section VII: Effective date: This ordinance shall take effect 30 days after the date of publication of the ordinance. Section VIII: Publication: Publication of this ordinance shall be made after the passage of the ordinance by inserting either a true copy or a summary of the ordinance once in a newspaper circulating within the township. If a summary of the ordinance is published, the township shall designate in the publication the location in the township where a true copy of the ordinance can be inspected or obtained. Pulawski Township, Marie Wozniak, clerk. Adopted: June 13, 2019. Published: July 18, 2019.

Announcements 

U-PICK raspberries, 2 miles south of Millersburg. $3.50/qt., U-pick; $6/qt., we pick. Closed Sundays. Call 478-321-3954 for availability.

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STARTING THURSDAY, 7/18 we will have fresh, jucy cukes, pickles, zucchini, new potatoes, tomatoes and much more! White Pine Gardens, Etc., 1291 W. Third St.

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BOOK SALE: Rogers City library is now accepting used books for its annual book sale, Aug. 2 and 3.

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SUMMER CONCERT Series: Rogers City Lakeside Park band shell July 19, 7-8:30 p.m. Petoskey Steel Drum Band, youth drum band.

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WELCOME HOME St. Ignatius of Loyola Parish will be celebrating its 100-year Anniversary Mass Sept. 1, 2019. Mark your calendars!

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BOY SCOUTS Troop 6 is accepting donations of bottles and cans for summer camp, field trips and projects. Call 989-351-0139 for pick up.

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ORCHARD MANOR AFC in Posen, has an immediate opening for a female resident. Call (989) 766-2661 or message us on Facebook to schedule a tour.  “I highly recommend Orchard Manor. A clean, friendly, family-oriented AFC, with a “Home-like” atmosphere,” Lisa Ataman, Posen resident.

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General Services

DAN’S DIRECT TV and Antenna, Satellite Sales & Service on all mini dishes. Direct TV or Dish Network: Installation of phone jacks & TV Antennas, for local Networks NBC, ABC, PBS, CBS, FOX. Great prices, 231-625-8504.

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FAIR & SQUARE Tree Service: experienced and insured to remove any tree. Call us at 989-464-0911.

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MIKE DARGA Catering: graduations, weddings, anniversaries, birthdays. No party too big or small! Call 989-734-7219. Cell 989-370-9362.

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PICKING UP unwanted appliances, scrap metal at no charge in all of Presque Isle County and northern Alpena County. Call to schedule a pick up at 989-351-0139. 

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Events

FRIENDS OF The Onaway Library annual book sale will be held Saturday, July 20, 9-3, at the Empty Sea Bookstore across from the courthouse in Onaway. For info call 231-420-5929.

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Garage Sales

YARD & furniture sale: Friday, July 19, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., 286 W. Erie Avenue. Includes couch, chairs, curio cabinets, dining room table & chairs, dressers, chests, full bed, mattresses, box springs and more. Everything must go!

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354 E. Huron Ave., former Vogelheim Lumber Co. building, Friday and Saturday, July 19-20, 8-1.

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HUGE GARAGE sale: Friday, July 19, 8-5; and Saturday, July 20, 8-2. 3689 451 Hwy., 3 miles out of town, 1 mile past TNT Bar going towards Belknap. Lots of clothing of all sizes, baseball items, treadmill, entertainment centers, Scentsy, TVs, Bunn coffee pot, Crockpots, lots of miscellaneous. Too many to mention. Princess House, Pampered Chef, movies, books, toys, tons of Polly Pockets, games, microwave, Keurig, dishes, cake supplies, Premier Design jewelry and kids bikes.

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GARAGE SALE: July 19 & 20, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 2506 W. Mill Hwy. 1/2 mile off 451 Road. Three families. 8 by 8 canopy, rocker, wood splitter, karate items, Teller snowshoes and miscellaneous girls’ clothes 2-med.

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ESTATE SALE: July 19,20, 1068 W. Hawks Hwy., Hawks. Kitchenware, pecan dining room table with 6 chairs, hutch, desk, washer/dryer, bedroom sets, wicker patio furniture, armoire, safe, canning jars, entertainment center, lots of miscellaneous too numerous to mention. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. each day. 734-3784.

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CHURCHWIDE BASEMENT/RUMMAGE sale: Sunrise Christian Church, 450 Linden, Rogers City is hosting a rummage sale Friday and Saturday, July 19-20, 9-3:30. Furniture, housewares, books, clothing, craft items, lots of miscellaneous. Everything priced to move.

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GINGERICH GENERAL 7802 Leer Rd. Now open Mon. thru Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tues: cookies. Wed: pies. Thurs: cinnamon rolls. Fri: donuts. Fresh bread every day, bulk foods, cheese, meats, maple syrup, jams, pickles, beets, candies and snacks. 989-766-2023.

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Lost & Found

FOUND IN Rogers City, good family dog, male, German shepherd mix. 989-422-5484.

Help wanted

VARSITY WRESTLING coach: Must possess a high school diploma, have experience working with youth, have a fundamental knowledge of wrestling and past experience of being a wrestler. Must be at least 18 years old; prior coaching experience is preferred. Deadline to apply is Friday, August 2, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. Send a resume or application to: Victoria Paull, Rogers City Area Schools, 1033 W. Huron Ave., Rogers City, MI. 49779, (989) 734-9148, victoria.paull@rcashurons.org Rogers City Area Schools is an equal opportunity employer.

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NOW HIRING line cooks and dishwashers. Experience preferred, but not required. Apply in person at UpNorth 23 Restaurant, 530 N. Third St., Rogers City, during business hours.

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NOW HIRING. Taking applications for laborers at Central Mulch. Starting wage based on experience and motivation.

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WE REBUILD starters and alternators. 35 years in business. Specializing in domestic, industrial, farm, ATV, snowmobile and marine. Many units in stock including foreign. New or reconditioned batteries, auto and commercial. Northern Michigan Battery in Onaway. Call Kermit at 989-733-8866. 

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FOR SALE: new white Graco crib with new mattress. Never used. Paid $180. Asking $100. Wire rabbit cage, $10. Wooden crates $6 a piece. Call 989-733-8267.

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FIREPLACE DOORS and frame, 30 inches tall by 38 inches wide; fireplace grate and 13 inches square; raincap, $625 or best offer. 989-734-2055.

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ANTIQUE CLOCK collection: Wall, mantel, grandfather, cuckoo, banjo. Running condition. Price negotiable. Pre-1964 Winchester collection. Rimfire, centerfire rifles, shotguns. 734-3595.

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PREMIUM TOPSOIL for sale, call Bill. Can load. 989-306-0543.

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PREMIUM SEASONED firewood for sale. 989-306-0543.

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DARK WOOD, high-top table w/6 chairs, 54 by 36 and 36-inches high. Matching buffet, 72-inches long; China cabinet, white, 54X18 and 72-inches high; nice twin bed frames and mattresses. 989-595-6771 or 989-734-7585.

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Freebies

JAPAN-MADE (MEIJI) wall clock, running condition, $40. 734-3595.

VINTAGE MANTEL clock, running condition, $50. 734-3595.

JAPAN-MADE WALL clock, running condition, $45. 734-3595.

Campers

2010 KEYSTONE Sprinter trailer, 27.6-feet, sleeps 6. All power jacks, nice, clean camper, $13,000. 989-734-4958 or 989-306-1839.

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Automotive

2001 HONDA CR-V. Excellent condition, runs well, clean. Some rust, $2,500. 734-7197.

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Apartments 

TWO-BEDROOM DOWNSTAIRS condo for rent at Anchor Bay Condos! Everything included min

us electrical and gas. Call/text 989-351-0246.

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Mobile Homes For Rent

MOBILE HOMES for rent: Presque Isle Estates. 2-bedroom mobile home starting at $275-400. No pets, some homes include washer and dryer. Free first month’s rent with approved application. Security deposit required. Call 989-734-7404 for more details.

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Vacation Rentals

DARLING, FURNISHED lakeside charming log cabin in town, Rogers City for short/long stay rentals. No pets. No smoking. 586-321-0123.

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