2018-05-10 / News

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Vote YES for a NEW Lapeer Library to host benefit spaghetti dinner Friday

LAPEER — The Vote YES for a NEW Lapeer Library committee will hold a fundraising spaghetti dinner from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, May 11 at the Lapeer Center (Building).

Tickets are $10 per person with proceeds going toward to the Vote YES for a NEW Lapeer Library campaign.

Along with the meal, the night also includes a basket raffle.

Tickets can be purchased at Osentoski Insurance Agency, Chef G’s, Alma Hills Breads, The Neverending Story and Village Printing.

The Lapeer Center is at 425 County Center St., Lapeer. For more information, visit www.voteyesforanewlapeerlibrary.org.

Create a plaque for Mother’s Day during program at library

LAPEER — In honor of Mother’s Day, tweens and teens are invited to the Marguerite deAngeli Branch Library (921 W. Nepessing St.) to create a plaque honoring their mothers today (Thursday, May 10) at 6 p.m. Create a memorable Mother’s Day gift with a simple saying about mothers decorated with buttons in a beautiful pattern. Refreshments will be served. All supplies will be provided for this class.

This unique program is free but space is limited, so registration is required. To signup for this program or for more information, contact the fiction desk at the Marguerite deAngeli Branch Library at 810-664-6971. Those interested may also register online via its library calendar at www.library.lapeer.org/ calendar-of-events#/.

Serving 60,006 residents throughout Lapeer County, the Lapeer District Library and the Family Literacy Center are partners for literacy.

Bid Fr. Terrien farewell during June 3 open house

LAPEER — An open house reception will be held Sunday, June 3 after all Masses (8 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.) at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Lapeer for Fr. Douglas Terrien in the Bishop Kelley Catholic School Community Room.

Family, friends and the public are invited to stop by either before or after Mass to bid farewell to Fr. Terrien, 65, who has been reassigned to take over three churches in St. Clair County.

Fr. Terrien has served Immaculate Conception parish in Lapeer for 24 years.

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