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Mason County Dems will meet on Thursday

The Mason County Democratic Party Executive Committee will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Lakeshore Resource Network, located at 920 E. Tinkham Ave. at Ludington. If a Zoom link is needed, contact Ed Miller at 757-3729.

The Scottville Senior Center is hosting a gourmet mushroom conference on Wednesday

The Scottville Area Senior Center will host a Lunch & Learn presentation featuring Scottville’s Gourmet Mushrooms factory at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday at 140 S. Main St.

Joe Sanna, Research Assistant, will talk about the complicated process of growing mushrooms under sterile factory conditions. It will describe the types of mushrooms they grow, how they market and sell them across the United States, and where they are available locally.

Lunch at the senior center is at 11:45 a.m. and is free for those who attend the presentation. Call (231) 757-4705 by Tuesday to reserve a spot as space is limited.

Ludington Senior Center to host ‘Funcheon’ band anniversary

The Ludington Senior Center will be hosting a fun group birthday lunch on Wednesday to get together, meet new friends and celebrate March birthdays. The lunch portion begins at 11:30 a.m. with a meal of lasagna. The cost is $5, or $3 for birthday celebrants. The fun part will be the birthday cake and karaoke. Call the senior center at (231) 845-6841 to make a reservation.

Eden City Council meets today

This month’s board meeting is at 6 p.m. on Tuesday due to the addition of the settlement meeting where all fiscal 2021 invoices must be received and approved. The fiscal year ends on March 31.

Board meetings are held every two months, usually the third Tuesday of the month. As of May 17, the start time for meetings will change to 6:30 p.m.

After May 17, the council will meet on July 19, September 20 and November 22, a fourth Tuesday. There will be a budget hearing on January 17, 2023, and settlement day will be March 28, 2023, a fourth Tuesday. Meetings are held at Eden Township Hall, 3369 E. Hawley Road.

Ongoing Congressional Art Contest

U.S. Representative Bill Huizenga announced the start of the 2022 Congressional Art Contest for high school students in Michigan’s 2nd congressional district.

“Western Michigan students are used to creating and designing amazing artwork for the Congressional Art Contest,” Huizenga said. “People across the country and around the world will see what the talented 2nd District students bring to life. This year marking the 40th anniversary of the Congressional Art Competition, I look forward to seeing the students show off their artistic abilities and reach even greater heights.

All original entries must be submitted to Congressman Huizenga’s office in Grandville. Entries are limited to one per student. The deadline to submit art is 5 p.m. on Monday, April 18.

Submissions will be reviewed by a panel of local art and design professionals. The top 12 student artists will be invited to attend a reception here in West Michigan where the winner will be announced on May 2.

The winning piece will be displayed in the “Cannon Tunnel” which connects the United States Capitol and the Cannon House office building. The winning artist will also have the opportunity to attend a national gathering of student artists in Washington, DC. Second and third place winners will have their work exhibited at Huizenga’s office in Grandville.

The 2022 Congress Art Contest rules can be found here. Any questions regarding the competition, submitting an artwork, or arranging for an artwork drop off can be directed to Presley at the Huizenga office in Grandville. The office can be reached by dialing (616) 570-0917.


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