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Harvest Fest Queen Crowend: Complete List of Events This Weekend

Penny Peterson of Scottville Michigan was crowned 2015 Harvest festival Queen last night at the Scottville bandshell. The Queens Coronation Ceremony helped kicked off a weekend of events for the 2015 Harvest Festival. Penny is a 16 year old junior at MCC that loves acting and runs cross country.

The Scottville Harvest festival is all weekend long here is a list of events: 

Tonight 

·         Kids Parade, 6pm

·         Entertainment Tent Opens, 8pm

·         Smoke & Mirrors, 9pm-1am, Entertainment Tent

 


Friday, September 18

·         Quilt Show, 10am-4pm, Scottville Senior Center

·         Schmidt Amusements & Pixie Ponies, noon-10pm, Main Street

·         Kids Parade, 6pm

·         Entertainment Tent Opens, 8pm

·         Smoke & Mirrors, 9pm-1am, Entertainment Tent

Saturday, September 19

·         Softball Tournament, all day, McPhail Field

·         Registration for Running of the Clowns, 8am, Scottville Riverside Park

·         Craft Fair/Farmers Market, 9am-3pm, Miller's Marketplace

·         The Gathering, 9am-5pm, south of Cole's Antiques Villa

·         Running of the Clowns 5K, 10am, Scottville Riverside Park

·         Quilt Show & Sale, 10am-4pm, Scottville Senior Center

·         Lyle Taylor Memorial Horseshoe Tournament, 10am, Charles Thompson Memorial Green, next to Optimist Center

·         Princess Contest, 11am, Scottville Clown Band Shell

·         Soup & Sandwich Luncheon, 11am-3:30pm, Scottville United Methodist Church

·         Schmidt Amusements & Pixie Ponies, noon-10pm, Main Street

·         Grand Parade, 1pm, Main Street

·         Scottville Clown Band Concert, following parade, Entertainment Tent

·         Petting Zoo, following parade, south of Holden's Home Emporium

·         Kids Pedal Pull, following parade, west parking lot.

·         Shot Man Band, 9pm-1am, Entertainment Tent



Sunday, September 20

·         Annual Softball Tournament, all day, MacPhail Field.

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West Shore Celebrates the U.S. Constitution Today

In celebration of the anniversary of the signing of the US Constitution West Shore Community College has organized a variety of activities today to commemorate the vote taken on Sept 17, 1787, by the delegates to the Constitutional Convention to approve the adoption of the United States Constitution.

The Student Senate is sponsoring Constitution Day Trivia contest to be staged in the atrium of the Schooner Campus center from 12-2 pm There Will be prizes for those who from a team.

Faculty members are being encouraged to read and discuss selections from the Constitution with their classes and have been provided a list of video and curricular resources to stimulate discussion.

We can appreciate our freedom and respect our system of government by learning more about its importance on this special day.

You can also get free pocket copies of the constitution at the college's Beans and Bread Cafe, library, and bookstore.

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