2013-05-02 / Lifestyles

Lifestyles Briefs

Alma College announces graduates from area

ALMA – Nearly 300 Alma College Scots became alumni at commencement on April 20.

Local students graduating included: Lauren Burton of Germfask, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. A 2009 graduate of Newberry High School, she is the daughter of Dawn and James Burton of Germfask; Malorie Lakosky of Manistique, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy. A 2009 graduate of Manistique High School, she is the daughter of Michelle and Monte Lakosky of Manistique; and Kayla Tuttle of Manistique, with a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry. A 2009 graduate of Manistique High School, she is the daughter of Tammy and Douglas Tuttle of Manistique.

Jack Reque releases list of honor roll students

MANISTIQUE – The Jack Reque Alternative High school has announced the honor roll for the third marking period ending March 28.

Students who have received a “B” average or better include Amanda Anderson, Courtney Burns, Hope Jager, Ryan Mercier and Courtney Westrich.

The teaching staff includes Kathy Seaman and Trina Nedeau.

Zion Lutheran Church plans Mother’s Day Tea

MANISTIQUE – Zion Lutheran Church will host its annual Mother’s Day Tea on May 11, in the Fellowship Hall. The program will begin at 2 p.m.

The program includes a wide variety of music, with songs from children, violin solos, duets, piano solos, and vocal solos. All mothers, present and past, will be celebrated.

The public is invited to attend.

Monthly pasty sale set at Methodist chruch

MANISTIQUE – The women of Manistique First United Methodist Church will hold a monthly pasty sale May 8 and 9, at 190 N. Cedar St.

Please note, the pasties will now be made with rutabagas and will cost $3.50 each.

Supplies are limited, so early orders are suggested. Call 341-6662 to place an order or for more information.

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