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Fun and Games Highlight 4th of July



Games, Picnic Follow St. Ignace Parade Teamwork was the name of the game as threelegged racers joined up in pairs to try to be the first to cross the finish line at the annual Kiwanis Kids Games on Independence Day. Winners in first, second, and third place were recognized with a cash reward. Games, Picnic Follow St. Ignace Parade Teamwork was the name of the game as threelegged racers joined up in pairs to try to be the first to cross the finish line at the annual Kiwanis Kids Games on Independence Day. Winners in first, second, and third place were recognized with a cash reward.

Parade, Music, Games at Les Cheneaux Above: Members of the Les Cheneaux Community Band entertain the crowd with a selection of patriotic songs honoring America and branches of the armed services. Their float is seen here as it makes its way down the street.Parade, Music, Games at Les Cheneaux Above: Members of the Les Cheneaux Community Band entertain the crowd with a selection of patriotic songs honoring America and branches of the armed services. Their float is seen here as it makes its way down the street.






Strawberry Shortcake at Mackinaw City At right: The Mackinaw Woman’s Club held its annual Strawberry Social fundraiser in Mackinaw City Tuesday, July 4. Club members staffed a tent to sell tasty strawberry shortcakes made with hand-cut strawberries, vanilla ice cream, and homemade biscuits as a fundraiser to support the organization’s annual scholarship and other local causes. Several members of the group volunteered their time to make the Independence Day shortcakes, including (from left) Marialana Nygard, Angie Morthland, Betty Zazula, Joan Astrom, and Ann Fouty. The sweet treats were a popular seller, as always. Strawberry Shortcake at Mackinaw City At right: The Mackinaw Woman’s Club held its annual Strawberry Social fundraiser in Mackinaw City Tuesday, July 4. Club members staffed a tent to sell tasty strawberry shortcakes made with hand-cut strawberries, vanilla ice cream, and homemade biscuits as a fundraiser to support the organization’s annual scholarship and other local causes. Several members of the group volunteered their time to make the Independence Day shortcakes, including (from left) Marialana Nygard, Angie Morthland, Betty Zazula, Joan Astrom, and Ann Fouty. The sweet treats were a popular seller, as always.

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