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This week’s happenings

Lions Club Lumberjack Supper
Sept. 24: The Cedar Springs Lions Club Lumberjack Supper is this Saturday, September 24 in the Cedar Springs High School Cafeteria from 5-7pm. Fresh side pork & ham, boiled potatoes, milk gravy, baked beans, applesauce, corn bread, beverage and pie – adults $8, children $6, family $25. #38

TOPS weight loss support group
Sept. 27: Take off pounds sensibly (TOPS), a non-profit weight loss support group for men and women, meets every Tuesday at the Resurrection Lutheran Church in Sand Lake. Your first visit is free so come check out what TOPS can do to help you reach your weight loss goals! Exercise 8-8:30am (optional), weigh-ins from 8:30am – 9am and the meeting starts at 9:15am. Call Martha at 696-1039 for more information.

Apple Dumpling Sale
Sept. 27: Apple Dumplings made by The Women of Courtland-Oakfield UMC. Available fresh on September 27 and frozen after the 27th. $2.50 each or 6 for $12.00. Call Dyllis with questions and orders (616) 874-7862. #38

Chili Cookoff at The Springs
Sept. 27: The teen mission team at The Springs (Corner of Grant and Oak) is having a “Chili Cookoff” to raise money for their upcoming mission trip to Peru. Date: Tuesday, September 27, 2011. Time: From 5:30pm to 7:30pm. Menu: Variety of Chili, salad, bread & beverage. Cost: Suggested Donation $5/person or $20/family. If you have any questions call the church at 616-696-2970 and ask for Joe. #38

Pine Grove Community Church’s Senior Lunch
Sept. 28: Pine Grove Senior Cafe presents Ma & Pa’s home cooking. Ma invites all those age 60 and older, to enjoy a plate of her beef stroganoff & noodles with a veggie and dessert yet to be named. Pa opens the Cafe Wednesday the 28th of September at noon in our Family Life Center on the northwest corner of Beech and M-82. Ya’ll come by now ya-hear. #38

Pajama Storytime at the Spencer Township Library
Sept. 29: For families who can’t come to the Spencer Township Library during the day, Pajama Storytime offers an evening of stories and fun and will be held every Thursday, September 29 – December 1, 6:30pm. Bring your teddy bear or other snuggly friend; pajamas optional! For children ages 6 and under with a caregiver. The Spencer Township library is located at 14960 Meddler Ave., Gowen. For more info call 616-784-2007. #38

Wacky Science at the Sand Lake/Nelson Township library
Oct. 1: Grab your lab coat and join us for wild experiments and hands-on, multi-sensory fun on Saturday, October 1 at 10:30am at the Sand Lake/Nelson Township Library, 88 Eighth St., Sand Lake. #38

Old Fashioned Hymn Sing
Oct. 2: Join us for an old fashioned hymn sing at Rockford Reformed Church on Sunday, October 2 at 5pm. Musical guests include song leader Maury Lehmann, pianist Deb Creswell, organist Ruth Woolpert, and other special music! Refreshments and sweets to follow! Rockford Reformed Church is located at 4890 11 Mile Road NE, Rockford,  (616) 866-2308. #38

Howard Christensen Nature Center events
Oct. 9 & 12: Leave No Family Inside – Walk the Walk will be held on Sunday, October 9, 9-11am. Hike through several trails to search out the transformations of fall and to do a few activities that help explain why they occur. $5/person or $8/family – registration and payment due Sept. 25. Kites Flying High will be held on Wednesday, October 12, 5-7:30pm. Come soar with the wind and beauty in HCNC’s prairie – bring the family and fly your own kite enjoying the breezes and dazzling picturesque colors of fall. Coffee and hot chocolate served at 7pm. $3/person or $8/family – registration and payment due Sept. 27. The Howard Christensen Nature Center if located at 16190 Red Pine Drive, Kent City, (616) 675-3158. #38

Acoustic Instrumental Group
Oct. 10: Come join us for worship and fun through Christmas music. Monday evenings from 7-8:15pm October 10 thru November 28 at the Cedar Springs United Methodist Church. For more information call Keith Caldwell 616-696-1246. #38,39p

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