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Morels and bells


Dear Post,

I’ve hunted morel mushrooms all my life—at least as long as I could walk. I am 62 and have never found them in March, until now! Not too sure how this will affect the late ones. If we don’t have a killing frost, as all the farmers are not wanting, this could be a year for the record!

To change the subject, the old Union School bell sits outside of Hilltop. Why not move it to Red Hawk Field and let it ring again! Very few people even know it’s there. We are proud of our school and teams, let’s let history ring.

Doug Gordon, Cedar Springs

 

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Thomas L. Gordon


Mr. Thomas L. Gordon, age 65, of Cedar Springs, passed away on Thursday, August 4, 2011. He is survived by his two daughters, Shelly (Nick) Schneider and Mandy (Dan Cooper) Gordon; six grandchildren, Courtney Cooper, Hailey Gordon, Devin Cooper, Sora Schneider, Nolan Schneider, and Lyla Schneider; parents, E. Ray (Janet) Gordon; two sisters, Pam (Tim) Covell and Susie (Ken) Parker; two brothers, Doug Gordon and Joel Gordon, along with several nieces and nephews. Nothing pleased him more than spending time with his family, friends, fishing, and enjoying the outdoors. He was a wonderful father, brother, son, grandfather, and friend! We all loved him dearly and he will be gravely missed! A memorial service will be held on Saturday, August 27 at 2:00 p.m. at Bliss Witters & Pike Funeral Home, Cedar Springs. There will be a luncheon to follow at the Cedar Springs United Methodist Church. Arrangements by Bliss Witters & Pike Funeral Home, Cedar Springs.

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Firefighters honored


spaghetti dinnerThe Sand Lake Firefighters were honored guests Saturday, February 26, at a spaghetti dinner put on by Alice Duke, Mary Gordon and their co-workers at Mildred Houting Leisure Acres in Sand Lake.

“It was to thank them for the things they do—coming and taking people out, shoveling snow, and other things,” explained Mary.

The leftover food was donated to God’s Kitchen.

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