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Easter egg decorating contest at the library

March 6, 2012
Easter egg decorating contest at the library

LUDINGTON — Mason County District Library will host an Easter egg decorating contest Thursday, March 22, 4 to 6 p.m. at the Ludington library, and all day March 23, 24 and 25.  Anyone interested is invited to help raise money for children’s programs at the Ludington library by creating a decorated foam Easter egg.   Participants may drop by the…

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Chamber accepting nominations for annual awards

February 27, 2012

The Ludington & Scottville Area Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for the 2011 Mason County Business of the Year award, as well as the 2011 Mason County Community Service award. Deadline for all award nominations will be 5 p.m., Friday, March 23, 2012. The awards will be given out in a presentation ceremony at the Chamber of Commerce…

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Hospital offers room service meals

February 24, 2012
Hospital offers room service meals

LUDINGTON – Patients at Memorial Medical Center in Ludington now choose their meals from a room service menu. The new service was initiated this week by Sodexo, the hospital’s dietary services company.   Known as At Your Request (AYR), the room service concept provides patients with a menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner items as extensive as many restaurants. However,…

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Business in Focus: Wymans expand funeral services to Ludington

February 20, 2012
Business in Focus: Wymans expand funeral services to Ludington

By ROB ALWAY mcp.com editor   LUDINGTON – A Scottville tradition has now expanded into Ludington. Wyman Funeral and Cremation Services, owners of Stephens Funeral Home, has opened a planning center at 510 E. Ludington Ave., the former location of Snyder Insurance.   “We felt we needed to have a presence here in Ludington,” Randy Wyman said. “With Dorrell’s Funeral…

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Wood resigns as historical society director

February 19, 2012
Wood resigns as historical society director

PERE MARQUETTE TWP. – Following a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Mason County Historical Society on Tuesday, Board President Dr. Bill Anderson announced the resignation of Ronald Wood, Executive Director. Wood, however, will remain an important member of Society leadership serving as Special Assistant to the new Executive Director with leadership responsibilities for the continuing development and…

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