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Parade of Seniors

A “Parade of Seniors” will be hosted by the Shepherd High School in the Village of Shepherd on May 31 starting at 3 p.m. According to a post shared by the Shepherd High School, “Seniors will parade through town in celebration of their school year. The parade will end at the bus loop.” Diplomas will be handed out to the graduates who are not able to attend graduation. Seniors will line up on Dearing Drive between 2:15 and 2:45 p.m. Seniors can decorate their “car, tractor, bike, [or] whatever they would like,” according to the Facebook post. . ## (Visited 17 times, 1 visits today)

Commencement Saturday

My1043 will be hosting a live “Commencement Saturday” program from noon until 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 23 during which they will honor high school graduates from the area. . The presentation can be listened to live on either the radio or on the My1043 mobile app, or via a live Facebook video stream. According to a Facebook event which has been posted by the radio station, valedictorians, salutatorians, and administrators from different area school districts will appear during the program, and the names of graduates will be read live on the air. . ## (Visited 15 times, 1 visits today)

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The Pulse – May 20, 2020

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Commencement Saturday

My1043 will be hosting a live “Commencement Saturday” program from noon until 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 23 during which they will honor high school graduates from the area. . The presentation can be listened to live on either the radio or on the My1043 mobile app, or via a live Facebook video stream. According to a Facebook event which has been posted by the radio station, valedictorians, salutatorians, and administrators from different area school districts will appear during the program, and the names of graduates will be read live on the air. . ## (Visited 15 times, 1 visits today)

“News Talk” live stream planned for May

The Mid Michigan Journal will be hosting a live “News Talk” session sometime this month. The live stream would last between 30-60 minutes, and it would be a chance for members of the community to join in, say hello, share their thoughts or news, and make any announcements they need to make. Those who prefer it can email their news to the address editor@midmichiganjournal.com, and I’ll announce them during the live stream or post them as articles on the site. Participants in the session would also be able to post information or ask questions live via the chat, My goal is to facilitate an event

Community Mask Makers List

With the ongoing covid19 crisis, there has been a lot of interest in homemade masks. The list below contains information on residents from the community who are making masks to donate or sell. Anybody from mid-Michigan who is making masks and would like to be included in the list can register by completing this form. (Visited 252 times, 1 visits today)

Looking back at past Shepherd Maple Syrup Festivals

The best part of the Shepherd Maple Syrup Festival is the opportunity to attend the events together as a family. Today, a few photos from past festivals popped up in my Facebook news feed so I thought I’d share them here. I’ve made a point to take a picture of my kids inside the Little Red Schoolhouse each year, and there are a number of photos in my Facebook memories which show how much they’ve grown in the last few years, especially Elijah who is a baby in a couple. One of my favorite, though, is the photo I took of Elijah last year standing

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