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Mason County Historical Society talks future and honors volunteers

Mason County Historical Society

The Mason County Historical society held their 79th annual meeting last night.  They named Gerry Genter and James Fay as the 2016 volunteers of the year. The Rose Hawley Volunteer Legacy Award went to Chuck and Glenna Paukstis. The Executive Director of Sandcastle Museum,Kristin Korendyke accepted the Haskill Preservation award on behalf of Sandcastles Museum. MCHS Executive Director Dr. Plummer provided an update to members on the status of the Port of Ludington Maritime Museum. Guest Speaker Craig Rich, Author of “Almost home: The Phoenix disaster” presented on the tragic shipwreck. The meeting concluded with closing remarks from Mason County Historical Society Vice President James Jensen.

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Spectrum offers assistance with Health Insurace enrollment

Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital will hold an event to help people enroll for health care insurance coverage. Rhonda Hedlund, patient access supervisor for Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital said, “Deadlines are fast approaching for 2017 marketplace coverage. To get marketplace coverage starting January 1, it’s necessary to sign up, renew or change your plan before December 15th. The final deadline for obtaining coverage during 2017 is January 31. After that date you can’t purchase marketplace health coverage for 2017 unless you experience a qualifying life event for special enrollment.”

For the Healthy Michigan plan, enrollment is open year-round. On-site experts will answer questions and help people sift through coverage options Saturday, December 3, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the hospital’s main lobby. Call 231-845-5567 for more information.Spectrum

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Recount possible in Michigans Future

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Green Party candidate Jill Stein is expected to submit filing paperwork for an election recount in the state of Michigan this afternoon. Mason County Clerk Cheryl Kelly said the last time they had to complete a recount was in 2008. She said that the concerns regarding electronic machines would not apply in Mason County as ballots are mostly paper. At this time there is no information on the expected cost and time of the possible recount.

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