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60th Anniversary


October 22, 1960 – 2020

Happy 60th Anniversary

Wow! What a milestone!


From your loving family

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Happy 60th Anniversary to this amazing love story.


October 15th

The family is planning a drive by their residence around 6 pm, Thursday, October 15th.

Love from your kids, grandkids 

and great-grandkids

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Happy 60th Anniversary

Bob and Shirley Hegedus

February 8, 1958


Happy 60th Anniversary to Bob and Shirley Hegedus.  Your love for one another has provided a shining example for us all and for that we are grateful!   

Steve, Chelly, Robin, Sam and Jason. 

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The Post travels to Kentucky

The Post went with Phil and Sue Harrison, of Nelson Township, to the American TriFive Nationals in Bowling Green, Kentucky on August 10-12, 2017. This is the 60th anniversary of the 1957 Chevy. Sue and Phil drove their 1957 Chevy convertible over 1,162 round trip miles to join the 2,717 other 1955, ‘56, ‘57 Chevys at the convention.

That sounds like fun! Thank you Phil and Sue, for taking us with you!

Are you going on vacation? Take the Post with you and snap some photos. Then send them to us with some info to news@cedarspringspost.com or mail them to Post travels, PO Box 370, Cedar Springs, MI 49319. We will be looking for yours!

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60th wedding


Marilyn & Duane Anderson

May 21st at 2 pm 

Come celebrate Marilyn & Duane Anderson 60th wedding anniversary at their home 18202 22 Mile Rd., Sand Lake. Hosted by their children Dean & Julie Anderson, Teresa & Joe Hoffman, Bruce & Laurie Anderson and Randy Anderson. No gifts please, light refreshments & appetizers will be served.

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Michigan Day: May 6 at the Michigan History Center 


Celebrate real things, real places and real stories of Michigan

Michigan Day is a new twist on a tradition that began more than 60 years ago. On Saturday, May 6, the Michigan History Center in Lansing debuts a new signature event celebrating our Michigan pride. Michigan Day features free admission, special guests, activities, hands-on explorations, demonstrations and make-and-take projects highlighting the full range of Michigan’s diverse history.

The event takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Michigan History Center, located at 702 W. Kalamazoo St. in downtown Lansing.

Although Michigan Day is new, the idea behind it is not. In 1950, a group of Michigan business leaders formed a task force to promote Michigan as a great place to live and start a business. Michigan Week was born out of the initiative and first celebrated in 1954. The inaugural celebration ended with the groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of the Mackinac Bridge.

Costumed docents will represent all eras of Michigan history and run hands-on activities for visitors of all ages.

Costumed docents will represent all eras of Michigan history and run hands-on activities for visitors of all ages.

“We are honoring Michigan Week’s original mission of promoting pride in all things Michigan with this new Michigan History Center signature event,” said Michigan History Center Director Sandra Clark. “Our focus is always on getting people curious about Michigan and sharing its history in new and interesting exhibits, programs and activities. Michigan Day brings an incredible range of stories together for a fun, one-day extravaganza.”

Michigan Day is made possible with the key contributions of Michigan History Center volunteers, said Sara Gross, Michigan History Center volunteer coordinator and engagement specialist. “Our volunteers work hard year-round to develop amazing educational tools; Michigan Day shows off their many talents and skills!”

Michigan Day will have a special focus on the 60th anniversary year of the Mackinac Bridge, a tribute to that first Michigan Week celebration. Visitors can take part in a family-friendly bridge engineering activity and see original documents from the Mackinac Bridge Commission. Other Michigan Day highlights include:

  • Explore the storytelling and cultural objects of Michigan’s First Peoples with special guests Pokagon Band of Potawatomi.
  • Watch a Civil War artist sketch scenes – and maybe even take a sketch home with you.
  • Meet with Rosie the Riveter to learn about steel pennies and the Arsenal of Democracy and even hear a song.
  • Celebrate the birthday of one of Michigan’s most famous rockers and vote on your favorite tune.
  • Try your hand at making old-fashioned radio sound effects.
  • Say ‘hello’ to the Lansing Flotilla of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary and learn about safety on the Great Lakes.
  • Visit the Library of Michigan and try your hand at a family-friendly paper craft featuring the beauty and history of the Water Wonder Land.
  • Learn about the Detroit 1967 Project with the Detroit Historical Society.
  • Take part in more than 20 other hands-on activities celebrating Michigan’s unique past and present.

Free admission for all visitors on Michigan Day is courtesy of the Docents Guild & Associates, the 501(c)3 organization that serves the Michigan History Center volunteer program. The sponsorship is in memory of Bill and Marilyn Cochran. Bill was an original member of the Mackinac Bridge Authority and served there for 16 years.

The Michigan History Center and visitor parking are on the north side of Kalamazoo Street, two blocks east of M. L. King Jr. Boulevard. Weekend parking is free.

The Michigan History Center’s museum and archival programs foster curiosity, enjoyment and inspiration rooted in Michigan’s stories. The center includes the Michigan History Museum, 10 regional museums, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary and Underwater Preserve, and the Archives of Michigan. Learn more at www.michigan.gov/michiganhistory.

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60th Anniversary



Roger and Barbara Bulley of Rockford Michigan will be celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary on November 23, 2016. They own Look Insurance Agency in Cedar Springs. They have three children, Roger (Linda) Bulley Jr., Benjamin (Gerrie) Bulley and Wesley (Patty) Bulley; 15 grandchildren, Mandy Owens, Maranda & Kelly Groft, Nicole & Ben Mattice, Breanne & George Hall, Brennon & Maria Bulley, Brett & Lauren Bulley, Alaina & Brian Depree, Brook & Zach Griffer;  and 13 great-grandchildren, Parker, Ellie, Kaitress, Canyon, Aila, Colin, Gareth, Olivia, Jude, Porter, Fiona, Liam, and a little girl on the way.

Their secret to a long and successful marriage is Love.

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A special thank you to our Children, Family and Friends who attended and sent cards with special wishes for our 60th Anniversary party.

We love you all.

Carl and Esther Flynn

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60th Anniversary



Come join in the celebration of Carl and Esther Flynn’s 60th Anniversary.

Saturday August 13th 2016 at Burley Park 19432 Howard City Edmore Road, Howard City Michigan 49329. Welcoming guests at 4:30 pm, food will be ready to eat at 5:00 pm. Rustic camping and train rides available. Bring your lawn chair, sit, visit, relax, and enjoy the band. (BYOB) If you are unable to attend and would like to send a card, send it to: Carl and Esther Flynn, 6180 124th Street, Sand Lake, Michigan 49343.

Key to their Marriage: Church, communication, working together, and a giving relationship from both, not a one-sided relationship.

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60th Anniversary


Ron and Joan (Yanke) Rykert were married on July 9, 1955 in Amble, Michigan. They have lived in Cedar Springs for over 30 years. They have been blessed with four children, eight grandchildren and six great grandchildren. A 60th Anniversary “Open House” will be held in their honor on Sunday, July 12th from 2 to 4 pm at the Courtland Township Hall, 7450 -14 Mile Rd. NE, Rockford, Michigan. Stop by and say Hi!

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60th Anniversary: Robert and Jean Snow

60th Anniversary




Robert and Jean Snow of Ensley will celebrate their 60th Wedding Anniversary on February 13, 2014. Their children are: Donald and Debra Snow of Belmont, Denise Heiss of Rockford, James Snow of Grand Ledge, Brian and Gail Snow of Howard City and Dana and Diane Spence of East Lansing. They have 13 grandchildren and two great grandsons. A family dinner is planned to celebrate the occasion.


Faithfulness and hard work are the key to their success.

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C-Anniv-ReyburnHappy 60th Anniversary


August 28th


Celebrating 60 years of marriage are Gordon and Joyce (Ziemann) Reyburn of Cedar Springs. They started their trip through life by crossing the Straights of Mackinac on the car ferry, City of Petoskey, to the Land of Hiawatha. Further north the Toonerville Trolley took them for a wilderness ride to the shores of the Tahquamenon River where they boarded the Riverboat for a 21 mile trip downstream to view the majestic Tahquamenon Falls. Since then they were blessed with a son, Greg (Toni) Reyburn and daughter, Pamala (Glen) Jurick, seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Family gatherings to mark the event have taken place over the summer months. They praise God from whom all blessings flow. Photo taken in 1971.

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