Jun 11, 2014
UDPATED: One injured in Wales Twp. school bus crash
One person was taken to the hospital after a school bus and vehicle collided in Wales Township early Wednesday morning.
A nice day for a ride
Seventh- and eighth-grade students at Landmark Academy got a workout Tuesday during the school's annual bike tour.
Motorcyclist killed in accident near Emmett
RILEY TWP. A man from Southgate was killed Saturday afternoon in a car-motorycle accident in Riley Township south of Emmett.
Master Gardeners of St. Clair County Annual Garden Tour
Also, plant and garden decor sale at one garden. Food and drink: Light refreshments at garden four Cost: $10 in advance, $15 on day of tour; maps and directions provided with tickets.
<![CDATA[PORT HURON TWP. - Poppy Days are May 8, 9 and 10. Bright red poppies made by veterans at VA hospitals and homes will be sold. Poppy contributions are devoted entirely to rehabilitation and assistance for veterans, families and widows. May-O'Brien VFW is at 3518 Knapp Ave. For details, call (810) 367-3981. The club will walk on the Wadhams-to-Avoca trail east from Lapeer Road on Sunday. Participants should meet at 1:30 p.m. in the northwest corner of the Vantage Point parking lot, Port Huron. For details, call (810) 327-6028. CARSONVILLE - The church will host a Cinco De Mayor dinner from 4-7 p.m. May 3 or until the food is gone. The menu will include wet burritos, tacos and more plus an ice cream sundae bar. Donations will be accepted and proceeds will assist local veterans and help send children to camp. The church is at 2481 N. Lakeshore Road. The league will attend 11 a.m. Mass at St. Joseph Church in Port Huron on May 15, with lunch afterward at the Quay Street Brewing Company. This is the last gather of the year and guests and new members are welcome. Reservations can be sent to Katie Ricketts, 906 Hollis St., Port Huron, MI 48060, or call (810) 982-0546. Chapeau Marty Carrier opened the recent meeting at 7 p.m., following a potluck meal. Hostess Barb Gurnsey decorated with an Easter theme. Susan Svacha reported on the Spring Pouvoir in Grand Haven April 11 and 12. Members voted to host the next Spring Pouvoir in April 2015. Dawn Fulk was voted in as a new partner. The chairman presented the annual report. Hostess Barb Gurnsey, children and youth chairman, collected the piggy banks and partners broke them open and counted a total of $221.56 collected. The money will be donated to the Child Welfare Foundation. The next meeting is May 21, with Diane Heide serving as hostess. Porthaven Manor is partnering with Two Men and A Truck and their "Helping Hands for Mothers in Need" program by collecting soaps, hairstyling products, pillows, blankets, gift cards and other supplies to be delivered to women in family shelters. Items may be dropped off through May 2 at Porthaven Manor, 3900 Aspen Drive, Port Huron. For details, call (810) 985-4222. New members of the Board of Directors were installed March 22 at Black River Country Club. New members are: Tracy Cedar, president; Rebecca Roth, first vice president; Jeanne Wilson, treasurer; Sue McKenzie, recording secretary; Cookie Sass, corresponding secretary; Theresa Felt and Laura Godwin, first year board members. The society is seeking stories, memories, family and military histories, family and area photos and memorabilia from people with connections to Ruby, Clyde Township and nearby areas for a proposed book, "The History of Clyde Township, MI: Our Story, Our People." Contributions are appreciated to help with the book project. For details or to request an interview, call Janet Kruger at (810) 324-2572 or mail information to Janet Kruger, CHS, 7293 Beard Road, Ruby, MI 48049.