LENNON LIONS CLUB HOMECOMING THIS WEEKEND
See You At The Parade Today!
Posted by Corunna Now at 8:09am 7/15/17
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Lennon Lions Club 44th Homecoming event kicks off today!  The Lennon Lions Homecoming Parade begins at 11am.  After the parade, Lennon Lions Park is the place to be, where you'll find numerous family activities including face painting, kids games, bouncy balls, a pie eating contest, "Touch a Truck" with emergency vehicles from area agencies and a fire safety presentation by the Venice Township Fire Department, and of course, the antique tractor pull and the kiddie tractor pull.

From noon to 5pm learn about Lions Kid Sight and get a child ID, thanks to North Newburg Road Masonic Lodge, for use in case of emergencies.

Saturday night, come dressed in your favorite era and enjoy music and dance from 9 to midnight.  Get a prize if you're the best dressed!

Sunday is loaded with events and activities too, starting with the volunteer firemen pancake breakfast, a barbecue chicken dinner beginning at noon and a car show.  Trophies will be awarded at 4pm.  And, perhaps, the highlight of the weekend: the annual Cub Cadet giveaway sponsoed by Alderman's Inc., of Lennon.  Get a ticket for just $10!  At 5pm someone will win a Cub Cadet zero turn lawn mower.

All weekend enjoy vendor booths with homemade treats, crafts and more.  Still need to get a space?  Contact Doug Palmer at 989-634-8263.

CHECK OUT LAST YEAR'S PARADE IN OUR GALLERY: LENNON LIONS HOMECOMING PARADE
 

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PICKLES SPILL ONTO M-21 JARRING TRAFFIC
Pallet of Pickles Shifts As Truck Turns Corner, Pickles Crash Onto Roadway
Posted by Corunna Now at 11:34pm 6/28/17
Nancy Dungerow Barber

It was quite a pickle for drivers on M-21 on Wednesday afternoon.  Corunna Police Chief Nick Chiros told Corunna Now that a pickup truck carrying a pallet of large pickle jars lost part of its load as it turned from northbound Shiawassee Street onto M-21.  All westbound lanes of M-21 were affected.

Facebook emoji tears were shed.  Some of our friends expressed concerns over a potential pickle shortage.  Others navigated their emotions with gifs.

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