There will be a new slow- no wake ruling in the backwaters of Tippy Dam on the Pine River. The area will be marked by buoys. Look for them near Loomis Landing. This will be patrolled by the DNR.
Want to have a little fun? Consider Tuesday afternoon Euchre at the Norman Township Hall from 1:00-4:00 p.m. Address is 1273 Seaman Road, Wellston. For more information contact Deb at (231) 862-3140.
Beginning January 2014, and every month thereafter, the NORMAN TOWNSHIP Board of Trustees will hold their regular monthly meeting on the second Tuesday at Norman Township Community Center, 1273 S. Seaman Road, Wellston, MI beginning at 7:00 PM rather than 7:30 PM.
Mary Soule, Norman Township Clerk (231) 848-4564
Inside one building, we have many “communities”. There are the township offices and the public library and there are several groups that hosts activities and educational sessions.
If you would like to rent the facilities for your event, please contact Deb for details at (231) 848-4621.
Get ready for school…After Labor Day school begins. Now is the time for haircuts, new shoes, book bags, and bus schedules.
To all the teachers in our township, thank you for your devotion to our children…your neighbors.
Let’s all transition into the school year “prepared.” No more late night assignments being done at the dinner table. Get your family into a “routine.” Kids like routines. Teachers like routines. Families function better if there are routines in place.
Keep bed time positive for kids from pre-school to high school. Instead of TV this year, read to the kids 30 minutes before bedtime. It’s a special time for the family to talk and plan for the new day ahead.
Parents remember to pack a healthy lunch for you and the kids. Nobody can function without the proper fuel. It’s a fresh new year – take advantage of this new opportunity.
Get ready to fish…Folklore says that salmon return to the rivers in which they were birthed. In Wellston, we believe enough studies support this as more than folklore. Our rivers are slowly filling with these beautiful salmon, steelhead, brown trout, and other species. Just ask the fishermen who come off our rivers! Come fish and enter some contests this fall. Take time off of work, rent a cabin, bring your waders and drift boat and make a week of it below Tippy Dam.