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Sturgis Public Schools Great Start Program
Free Preschool Program at Jerolene School still has openings for this school year.
Children Must Be 4 Years Old and Reside in Sturgis or St. Joseph County.
Free Transportation will be provided for students who live in the Sturgis Public School District. Morning and Afternoon Classes are Available.
For more information, cal 659-1537.
Applications are available on-line at www.sturgisps.org Pre-K Tab or at Sturgis Central Commons Building, 107 W West St.
David Small and Sarah Stewart Small, Authors and Illustrators of Children's books, will be doing a book signing on Saturday, December 7th, from 12:00 to 2:00 PM at the Mendon Carnegie Library on 314 W Main St. Mendon, MI.
A Representative from Lowry's Bookstore will be present with books available to purchase.
Sponsored by Friends of the Mendon Carnegie Library.
For more information, call the library at 496-4865.
Our King Has Come
The Burr Oak Community Choir Presents: Our King Has Come
Two Performances, Friday, December 13th and Tuesday, December 17th at 7 :00 p.m.
Please plan to join us at the Burr Oak United Methodist Church 105 South 4th Street Burr Oak, Michigan.
Library Holiday Fundraiser
Company: Constantine Township Library
Holiday Sale at the Constantine Township Library November 1 to December 22. Purchase fine handmade items at for your home and holiday giving. All proceeds go toward the Library’s upcoming upgrades and renovation.
Jane Moe, Director
Phone: (269) 435-7957
Saturday Night Free For All
A Saturday Night Free For All will be held at the Doyle Community Center (310 N Franks Ave, Sturgis) Every Saturday Night All Winter Long.
6th - 8th grade runs 7-9pm
9th - 12th grade runs 9pm - midnight
Free!!! No Cost To Participate. This is open to ALL area students (Not Just Sturgis Kids)
Open Gym type activities include: Basketball, Volleyball, Indoor Soccer, Flag Football, Racquetball, Tennis, Dodgeball.
Alphabet Affair: Mardi-Gras Mystery
Company: Steuben Literacy
The Steuben County Literacy Coalition is hosting their 13th annual Alphabet Affair on New Year’s Eve. The theme for this year is Mardi Gras Mystery. Guests will be entertained by a murder mystery dinner as well as a silent auction with items from multiple local businesses. Costumes are optional, but highly recommended to truly immerse yourself in the celebration.
This year, The Alphabet Affair will be hosted at the Club 2201 Event Center in Angola. Proceeds from this event go to Literacy Coalition programs, which include GED courses, English as a Second Language, and after-school mentoring at the elementary and middle school levels. For more information or to RSVP, call 260-665-1414 or go to our website steubenliteracy.org/
The Following Is a List of Blood Drives In Your Area Through December 10th: