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Get into the Irish spirit with the Citadel

Sponsored by: ITC Holdings  The Citadel Stage in Downtown Port Huron will present The Irish wake of Patty O’Toole. The premise is The delightful and mischievous Patty O’Toole has passed away and all his friends have gathered to say their last good-byes, when suddenly the ghost of Patty appears to attend his own wake. It will make you laugh, It will make you cry, and it will make you proud to be Irish. Black attire is encouraged, but not required for the wake for more information on the show visit...

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Community Foundation annouces they are hosting The Big Give

Sponsored by: ITC Holdings The Community Foundation of St. Clair County announced they will host The Big Give. The Big Give is a 24 hour online giving rally that helps thousands of people support the nonprofits they care about by utilizing the Community Foundation’s webpage. All gifts received during the 24 hour online event will be amplified on a pro rata basis to a Bonus Pool. The Big Give will take place Tuesday, June 12th from 12:00 a.m. through 11:59 p.m. at The last three times the Community Foundation hosted the Big Give it leveraged a total of...

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Port Huron X-Treme joins Woodland Developmental Center to create one unified dance team

Sponsored by: ITC Holdings Written by: Audrey Sochor For the past few weeks, the students at RESA’s Woodland Developmental Center have had a special curriculum – a dance mentorship with Port Huron X-Treme’s dance team. The five week program started after Tricia Smith, special education teacher at Woodland and former dance mom, was inspired during nationals by a team from Ohio that sponsored a special needs team. “We just know that dance and music is a part of everybody’s soul,” Smith said. “It helps you makes you feel better, and with Special Olympics we love our Unified program. And...

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State Fire Marshall urges Michiganders to clear snow from hydrants and exits

State Fire Marshal Kevin Sehlmeyer urging all Michiganders to help keep fire hydrants and buildings’ emergency exits clear of snow and ice for emergency access and egress. “Fire hydrants can quickly disappear especially with the continued accumulation of snow statewide and as snow banks grow taller along Michigan roadways during snow clearing efforts,” said Sehlmeyer. “Precious time is lost when firefighters have to first locate and then dig out a fire hydrant to establish a water supply. This delay can have catastrophic results due to not getting enough water quickly enough to contain and extinguish a fire.” This time...

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