Local events and announcements
Upcoming CMU eventsReggae Party program Tuesday, Feb. 24. in Powers Hall Ballroom.Powers Woodwind Quintet recital Tuesday, Feb. 24. in the Music Building Staples Family Concert Hall. Purchase tickets through CMU Ticket.Professor Hope May talk at Clarke Historical Library Wednesday, Feb. 25. in Park Library Auditorium. A reception will follow the talk in Clarke Historical Library.Speak Up, Speak Out Assault on College Campuses forum Wednesday, Feb. 25. Monday in Park Library Auditorium. on Tuesday, February 24, at 205 S. Main Street in Mt. Pleasant. There is no cost but space is limited. Call 989 773 7071 to reserve a space.Drug Trend informative session set for Feb. on Feb. 25, at the St. Louis City Hall. The discussion will concern the most common drug problems in Gratiot County, like prescription drugs and heroin. Other topics will include: dangers and side effects, what behaviors should you look for in your teen, and more. Law enforcement and the Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator will be available to answer questions.Bathgate to perform at Rubbles on Feb. on Thursday, Feb. 26, at Rubbles Bar in downtown Mt. Pleasant. The concert is open to those 21 years or older and the cover is $5.Baubles and Bags sale set for Feb. on Thursday, Feb. on Friday, Feb. 27. The sale is sponsored by the Mid Michigan Medical Center Gratiot Auxiliary and includes a large selection of handbags and costume jewelry. The public is welcome and all proceeds go towards the Medical Center. The sale will be at the Alma hospital location in rooms 1162 A and B.Catholic School to host Fish Fry fundraisersSt. on Feb. 27, March 6, 13, 20,
and 27. The event is a great way to support the students of St. Cecilia Catholic School.Teresa Irish to speak on Feb. on Feb. 28. Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing following the presentation. This event is free and open to the public. Carson City Post 380 is located at 121 N. Mercantile in Carson City.In an effort to prevent heart attack related deaths, MidMichigan Medical Center Emergency Medical Services and MidMichigan Health are partnering together to offer free Bystander Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) classes for area community members who do not require a CPR certification card. on Tuesday, Feb. 24, at MidMichigan Medical Offices Gladwin, Community Education Room, 609 Quarter St. in Gladwin These two hour classes focus on essential life saving skills, including CPR for adults, and how to recognize the signs and symptoms of a heart attack and stroke. on Wednesday, Feb. 25, at Oxford Row/Canterbury clubhouse. This group of compassionate women meets regularly on the last Wednesday of the month to provide friendship, information, and comfort to those who have had a cancer diagnosis recently or in the past. The meetings are informal, informational and upbeat.Evening Bloomers March meeting setConnor R. Price of Mt. Pleasant has made the Ferris State University Dean List for the fall semester. Price is a freshman majoring in business with a concentration in graphic design. Undergraduate students are recognized each semester for high academic achievement by being named to the Dean List. The minimum requirements are: 3.5 GPA; completion of twelve FSU credit hours or more of graded coursework at the 100 level or higher.Cheryl L. Ronk named partnerCheryl L. Ronk, daughter of Peggy and Gary Ronk of Alma, has been named a partner in the law firm of Moffett, Vitu, Lascoe, Packus and Sims. Ms. Ronk graduated from Alma High School,
Michigan State University and Michigan State University Law School.