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07/01/2021
It's that time again for The Bluegrass Festival!!
06/22/2021

It's that time again for The Bluegrass Festival!!

It's that time again for The Bluegrass Festival!!

Great Family Fun!
06/15/2021

Great Family Fun!

Great Family Fun!

Summer Concerts in downtown Charlotte!!!
06/03/2021

Summer Concerts in downtown Charlotte!!!

Summer Concerts in downtown Charlotte!!!

05/31/2021
Citywide Map!!!
05/11/2021

Citywide Map!!!

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Charlotte, MI
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Scott. M. Burgess Squadron invites you to join us! Interested in aviation, youth leadership, or service to country? If so, the United States Air Force Auxiliary is for you! If you’re 12 to 80+ and looking for a challenge join us for an informative introduction to the official civilian auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force. Meet our cadets and hear first-hand what it’s like to be a cadet. Learn about the incredible opportunities we have to offer, including cadet training, leadership development, orientation flying, summer activities, military-style drill, and so much more! We’ll explain all the benefits of belonging to one of America's finest youth programs. Parents, please join us for this event as well. Air Force and adult leaders will be on hand to answer your questions and tell you about the opportunities for adults. We will be holding an open house on the 12th of April, 2021, from 7 to 9pm. At Mason Jewitt EAA 55 Hangar, 645 Aviation Drive, Mason, MI 48854. For more information, feel free to contact Lieutenant Rick Williams at 517-256-7821 or email [email protected]. https://www.facebook.com/ScottMBurgessCAP
Scott. M. Burgess Squadron invites you to join us! Interested in aviation, youth leadership, or service to country? If so, the United States Air Force Auxiliary is for you! If you’re 12 to 80+ and looking for a challenge join us for an informative introduction to the official civilian auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force. Meet our cadets and hear first-hand what it’s like to be a cadet. Learn about the incredible opportunities we have to offer, including cadet training, leadership development, orientation flying, summer activities, military-style drill, and so much more! We’ll explain all the benefits of belonging to one of America's finest youth programs. Parents, please join us for this event as well. Air Force and adult leaders will be on hand to answer your questions and tell you about the opportunities for adults. We will be holding an open house on the 12th of April, 2021, from 7 to 9pm. At True Care Services 5332 Ivan. St. Lansing, MI. 48917 For more information, feel free to contact Lieutenant Rick Willliams at 517-256-7821 or email [email protected]
In celebration of Women's History Month, invite the kids in your life to learn about women who were heroes in their own way, and show them that they can be a hero too! 3/17 from 4:30-6pm, Free!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Lansing, Mi. The Scott M Burgess Civil Air Patrol Squadron is having an open house for cadets 12-21 and adults. There will be, educational tables STEM, Aerospace Education, Emergency Services, Cadet Programs, and military style drill. The event is held at True Care Services 5332 Ivan St., Lansing, MI. 48917 on 12 April 2021 at 7 PM to 9 PM. For more information contact Lieutenant Rick Williams at 517-256-7821 or email: [email protected] The purpose of the open house is provide information to prospective cadets and parents who are interested in joining the squadron. The Civil Air Patrol is the auxiliary to the Air Force. We provider training to cadets in search and rescue, leadership, aerospace education, community volunteer opportunities. Cadets also will have the opportunity to do Orientation Flights by flying powered airplanes and gliders. visit www.gocivilairpatrol.com.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Local Teen becomes cadet non-commissioned officer (NCO). Mason, MI. The Scott M Burgess Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Squadron is honoring C/SSgt. McAllister “Cool” Hayslette. He is now a Cadet Staff Sergeant NCO after earning his first CAP milestone, the Wright Brothers Award, on 21 February 2021. Cadet Hayslette has earned the nickname “Cool” for his demeanor under pressure and his “can do” attitude. Another “cool” feature of Hayslette is his interest in others besides himself. Goal wise, Hayslette is a Young Eagle from www.EAA55.org who is working on completing ground school through their program. He intends to become a pilot. His status as a new NCO will require him to mentor junior cadets in the squadron. He is already cool, but he must also be positive and humble with his new authority; the CAP cadet program will help him improve and practice leadership skills. He will be given more public speaking opportunities as he enforces the standards of CAP, coaches and trains junior cadets, and leads by example. Currently, “Cool” Hayslette is also excellent at running icebreakers and games for our meetings. Hayslette will also play a role in our upcoming Squadron Open House: it is a public event in Lansing, planned for the 12th of April 2021. For contact information see below. The Civil Air Patrol is the auxiliary to the Air Force. We provide training to cadets in search and rescue, leadership, and aerospace education. Cadets also have the opportunity to take part in community service opportunities and fly powered airplanes and gliders. To find out more, you can visit www.gocivilairpatrol.com, contact Lieutenant Rick Williams at 517-256-7821, or email: [email protected]
hope this is okay to share on your page trying to share to help get justice for the disabled homeowner who's home has been ruined by a contractor and is left living in an unsafe home.
Here's a good explanation of the differences between capitalism, social democracy, democratic socialism, socialism, and communism in this 5 minute video. What side are you on?
I find it very alarming in this day and age that you would allow this to be published without rebuttal. His views and comparisons are grotesque.
We were featured in the Barry County REMINDER because our Stallion was selected as a Breyer Horse, BUT I live in Eaton County, would be nice if MY Neighbors got an article about him in OUR Paper ? We live in Chester Twp on Chester Rd.
ISO two or three bedroom house to rent that allows small pets in Charlotte.
Photo by Carla Bumstead This group was called The Rogue Blades (they were awesome!)
Hello, I grew up in Charlotte,Mich. at 135 Pearl. My father, Ralph Miller worked at Michigan National Bank. He also was on the Charlotte City Counsel for nearly 30 years! After his passing, we purchased a park bench with his name on it. Its at the original Court House down at Bennet Park. So... by written decree by the City Counsel of Charlotte, they declared every February 29th as official "Ralph C. Miller Day". How do we go about arranging a parade? Need one police car, one fire truck, we'll take care of the rest. The 29th is a Saturday.