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The can council thanks all sponsors for another successful the brain game trivia night


  The CAN Council Great Lakes Bay Region’s 9th Annual The Brain Game trivia night was a huge success. The Brain Game Supports Advocates for Abused Children.

  Taking place last month at Frankenmuth’s Bavarian Inn Lodge, all event proceeds support the CAN Council’s Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program. The CAN Council’s CASA program provides highly trained volunteers to serve as the voice for children who are in the court system due to abuse or neglect.

  The CAN Council would like to send a special thank you to emcees Nate and April, from 102.5 WIOG’s Nate & April in the Morning, as well as a huge thank you to all participants and sponsors for this year’s event.

  Thank you to Yeo & Yeo Computer Consulting, Yeo & Yeo CPAs and Business Consultants, Bavarian Inn Lodge of Frankenmuth, Duperon, Emil Rummel Insurance Agency, Field Neuroscience Institute, Frankenmuth Credit Union, Frankenmuth River Tours, Garber Automotive, Glastender, Independent Bank, Mike Young Buick GMC, MyMember Insurance Agency, N’Orlins Café, Rausch & Associates Real Estate, Schaefer & Bierlein, Inc., Tri-Star Trust Bank, Grasel Graphics, IRD Homes, McDonald’s of Frankenmuth, Weiss Equipment, White House Boutique, Wildfire Credit Union, SignPAL, Star of the West Milling Co. and Worley Landscaping.

Morning Rotary yard clean-up appreciated


  For 15 years the Pendleton Family has kicked off our Holiday season by taking part in Toys For Tots at McDonald’s the day after Thanksgiving.  This is a Pendleton Family TRADITION!!  Most of our family looks forward to Toys For Tots almost as much as they do Thanksgiving!  And there is no better way to show how THANKFUL we are than by sharing just a few of the blessings we have been given. 

  Our children learn the importance of sharing and having servants’ hearts by watching their older cousins, siblings, aunts, uncles, parents and grandparents getting up early to help fill the semitruck with gifts for other kids.  Everyone from the youngest to the oldest participates, practically as soon as they are old enough to walk and carry something!  The fellowship we share as we work side by side with each other and so many others from the community is priceless and a true gift that we remember year after year.

  We are so grateful to Tony and Geri D𠆚nna for their leadership and generosity in hosting this amazing event every year.  It is the perfect way to start the most wonderful time of the year!!

Sandy Cilek


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