Nurse Honor Guard visits Ovid Carriage Days
by Maralyn Fink
On Saturday the Nurse Honor Guard attended the Ovid Carriage Days in the Parade. The members are: Maralyn Woodbury LPN, Denise Plowman RN, Chris Leavitt RN, Marge Minarik RN, Janet Pline RN and Doris Jablowski RN. The pictures are taken at the parade.
The Nurse Honor Guard is the formation of six local nurses whom are dressed in full traditional white uniforms consisting of white dress uniform, caps and capes.
We attend a visitation or funeral service when requested and are based in St Johns. We serve our local area.
To request a service or for more information contact Maralyn Woodbury 989-224-7963 or Denise Plowman 989-593-3460.
SJPD held an indoor yard sale
by Maralyn Fink
The St. Johns Police Department held an indoor garage sale at the former Free Methodist Church purchased earlier by the police. The plan is to move in around late October. The monies from the sale will be put back into the building. They are very excited to move into a space that will be utilized. There are 10 sworn officers along with Chief Kirk.
There was a huge amount of sale items and some very unique ones. Old things and newer things of anything you could think of. I had a great time seeing everything and of course conversing with St Johns finest Boys in Blue.
A Look Back – 1973 Class Reunion
by Barry Clark Bauer
This group of St. Johns High School graduates was celebrating their 50th Class Reunion in 1973. Although some faces look familiar I haven’t found any names yet. Maybe the mural on the wall behind them can tell us where it was held.
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