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Memorial cemetery walk

May 27: The Cedar Springs Historical Society will hold its 12th annual Memorial Cemetery Walk on Sunday, May 27, at 2pm to honor veterans of all wars. This year’s veterans will be Martilles Porter, Civil War; Emil Aurin, Spanish American War; Stanley Langford, WWI; Tom Watson Jr., WWII; Thomas Pierson, Korea; Richard Goller Jr., Vietnam. We will leave the museum at 1:30pm and return there for refreshments. If it rains, the event will be held in the museum. In case of severe weather warnings, the event will be canceled.  #20, 21pd


Flag and Rocket Cheer Sign ups

May 29: Flag and Rocket Cheer Sign ups are being taken now!  Sign up at Shaner Avenue Ball fields on Tuesdays  May 29th, June 5th and June 12th from 6:00pm to 7:30pm.   Look for our booth by the concession stand!  Also taking sign ups for Rocket Cheer Camp on Saturday, June 23rd for grades K thru 8th grade. Can also download forms and information on our website www.cedarspringsyouthcheerleading.com and mail in registrations. If you have questions – please contact Anne Olszewski at 696-9250. #21,22,23b


Fall 2012 Soccer Registration

May 29-June 2: American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) registration for the 2012-13 Membership Year at Boomer Park – 13440 Ritchie Avenue south of 17 Mile Road. During the week 6–7pm and on Saturday from 9am-2pm. Complete the Pre-Registration Application online and use the registration Express Lane – see details at our website: http://www.ayso902.org/www.ayso902.org  The Early Bird registration fee is $50 per child, per season (fall & spring) with a $15 discount if you register for both seasons now ($85 per player). Families registering 3 or more players will receive an additional discount of $5 per player, per season. Players must be at least 4 years old by 9/4/2012. First time players must show a Birth Certificate for age verification. Get registered NOW for the Fall/Spring 2012-13 Season! Fees will increase by $5 per player following this week of registration. #21b


Senior Lunch at Pine Grove Community Church

May 30: Lunch Day’s a comin the cook crew’s a hummin. Ma’s got this tasty menu planned featuring scalloped macaroni and ham. Now I don’t know what the rest of the menu may be, but I knowin Ma, the taste of it will surely please.  So my friends age 60 also those who are more, I encourage you to come thru our door. At noon the 30th of May then for some bingo please stay. Where O where you beseech? Why on the corner of M-82 and Beech.  #21


Mission Trip fundraiser at CSUMC

May 30: Our mission team from Cedar Springs UMC and East Nelson UMC will be traveling to Alger County in the U.P. to serve with Habitat for Humanity Hiawathaland on July 15-21. Please join us for a delicious spaghetti dinner on Wed., May 30 in the CSUMC Fellowship Hall (140 S. Main St.) from 6:00-6:45pm as we raise funds to support our mission work. A free-will offering will be received. #21


Ooey Gooey Day

June 3: Learn to craft/make fun slimy play-dough silly putty creatures and fun items at HCNC that your children can make and take home on Sunday, June 3, 1-3pm.  Best suited for children ages 3 – 8 years old (all ages welcomed) – wear play clothing for messes to be made! For allergy concerns: Flour, starch, salts, oils, coloring, Elmer’s glue. Donation of: $6/child. Howard Christensen Nature Center, 16190 Red Pine Dr. Kent City. If interested email cperski@lilysfrogpad.com. #21


North Kent Toastmasters Club—Where Leaders Are Made

June 5 and 19: Toastmaster members enhance valuable leadership & speaking skills through practice and encouragement. Members progress through the manual at their own pace. Guests always welcome. The meeting is at 7pm, at Prudential Preferred Realtors, 502 Northland Dr NE north of Our Lady of Consolation Catholic Church & 11 Mile Rd, Rockford, For directions call Sue 616-866-3509 or club website www.nkctm.org. #21

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