Harvest Fest—the way real life should be

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Take a break from the sun and have a hand-drawn caricature done. Enjoy simple, succulent steamed corn or admire the many talents of the local Rogue River Arts Association artists. These are just a few of the old-fashioned, real-life things to do at Rockford’s three weekends of Harvest Festival.        

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Food, Family, Fun – September 24, 2009

Cash 4 Kibble provides food, shelter for pets Help animals at Humane Society, throughout West Michigan Cash for Clunkers may be coming to an end, but the Humane Society of Kent County is launching its Cash 4 Kibble program in hopes of placing more animals into loving homes as well as helping to feed pets […]

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A Message for You – September 24, 2009

Thank God for freedom by PASTOR LARRY ROWLAND Rockford Baptist Church The late President Ronald Reagan loved to tell of a conversation that he had with a Russian delegate at a summit meeting. President Reagan had summarized the political atmosphere of freedom in our country by telling the delegate that any American citizen can walk […]

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Rockford Register – September 24, 2009

Thursday, Sept. 24 Blood Drive—1 to 7 p.m. at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Fellowship Hall, 310 E. Division, Rockford. Seniors “Out to Lunch Bunch”—Enjoy lunch at Maxfields Restaurant (on your own), stopping at Mary’s Bakery for Amish baked goods and Klackles Orchards for apples on the way back. Cost is $2 for the bus fee. […]

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What’s Cookin’ – September 24, 2009

Oktoberfest: A Celebration of Fall by JEANNE BRIGGS If this is your first foray into the wild world of Oktoberfest partying, get ready for a fun-filled ride! Oktoberfest parties are actually quite simple to put together… all you need is a boisterous bunch of friends, a stockpile of German beers, and plenty of belly-pleasing German […]

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