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THREE OAKS — A free community cookout sponsored by Harbor Country Rotary Club was held Wednesday, June 15, at Watkins Memorial Park in Three Oaks.

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BRIDGMAN — The Greater Bridgman Area Chamber and Growth Alliance presented the Makers Trail Festival on Saturday, June 11,at Weko Beach in Bridgman.

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THREE OAKS — The 39 members of the River Valley High School Class of 2022 were praised as fighters in the time of COVID and urged to focus on empathy going forward during June 2 commencement ceremonies.

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NEW BUFFALO — The 42 members of the New Buffalo High School Class of 2022 were urged to stay true to their values, always put people first, and to mind their manners during a June 4 commencement ceremony held outdoors at the district’s Sportsplex.

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BRIDGMAN — Bridgman High School’s Class of 2022 celebrated a return to “mostly normal” and the promise of a bright future during a June 5 graduation ceremony held in the gymnasium affectionately known as “The Hive.”

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Memorial Day ceremonies and parades were held in many area communities including Bridgman, Galien, Lakeside, New Buffalo, New Troy and Three Oaks.

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NEW BUFFALO — Summer in New Buffalo was kicked off the traditional way May 26-30 as the St. Mary of the Lake Family Festival returned.

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HARBERT — The River Valley Garden Club’s annual Plant Sale made a triumphant return to Harbert Community Park on Saturday, May 21.

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BARODA — Blossomtime Community Queens got meet meet cute calves and milk a cow during a May 21 tour of the Shuler Dairy Farm in Baroda Township that was part of the annual Farm Tour. The farm has an 80-cow herd, an ice cream stand, and is open for public tours.

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THREE OAKS — A free community cookout sponsored by Harbor Country Rotary Club will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 15, at Watkins Memorial Park, Nels Drive and Locust Street (behind Harding’s Friendly Market) in Three Oaks. All members of the Rotary service area are invited to…

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THREE OAKS — River Valley Elementary students brought history to life and shared their art and science projects during May 14 "Super Saturday" activities held throughout Three Oaks.

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Scenes from the recent Bridgman, New Buffalo and River Valley High School Proms.

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NEW BUFFALO — River Valley High School students released Chinook salmon fingerlings into the Galien River at the New Buffalo boat launch on May 6.

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SAWYER — The April 27 ribbon-cutting ceremony that officially welcomed Radio Harbor Country’s broadcast facility at 12291 North Red Arrow Highway in Sawyer also served as a remembrance for one of the local FM station’s original show hosts.

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UNION PIER — The return of the Art Attack tradition filled Harbor Country with a whole lot of “All that is Art” over the weekend of April 29, April 30, and May 1.

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THREE OAKS — The Region of Three Oaks Museum will re-open for the 2022 season on Friday, April 29, but Judy Jackson, one of the museum’s founding directors and an active volunteer, led a tour of new and existing exhibits during an April 22 preview gathering.

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BENTON TOWNSHIP — The 2022 Berrien County Elementary Science Olympiad took place Friday, April 22.

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BENTON TOWNSHIP — Lillian Waggoner was crowned as 2022 Miss Blossomtime on Monday night, April 25, in front of a crowd excited to be back for the pageant in the Mendel Center for the first time in two years.

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Easter egg hunts took place at New Buffalo American Legion Post 169 and Lakeside Park on April 6 and at the Wee-Chik American Legion Post in New Troy on Easter Sunday.

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NEW TROY — The still unfolding history of New Troy was the focus of an April 9 “Gather & Double Debut” event at the local Community Center.

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BRIDGMAN — The Bridgman Drama Department’s production of “Once Upon a Mattress” was presented April 1, 2 and 3 in the High School Performing Arts Center.

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HARBERT — The tradition of celebrating Newroz (Kurdish New Year) at Café Gulistan in Harbert was renewed on April 10 after a two-year absence.

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SAWYER — The School of American Music recently arranged the donation of a top-quality Weber console piano to the River Valley Senior Center. The piano was the gift of an area resident who prefers to remain anonymous.

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THREE OAKS — In a showing of Three Oaks’ community spirit and pride in its history, a handmade beaded Indian costume from the village’s 1967 Centennial celebration was donated to The Region of Three Oaks Museum (TROTOM) on Wednesday, March 30.

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NEW BUFFALO — Delayed from just before the holiday break, New Buffalo High School students (and a few staff members) got to entertain on the Performing Arts Center stage during a March 23 Talent Show.

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NEW BUFFALO — The New Buffalo Area Schools Drama production of “Matilda the Musical, Jr.”, which featured 17 middle and high school students, was presented three times (March 18, 19; and 20).

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NEW BUFFALO — The New Buffalo Railroad Museum Board of Directors has been hard at work securing a wide array of donations for the upcoming online-only “Dine. Drink. Dream. And a little bit more” silent auction scheduled for April 1 through 5 p.m. (Eastern Time) April 15.

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NEW BUFFALO — The 12th Annual Corned Beef-Off held March 13 at David’s Delicatessen & Coffee at 30 North Whittaker St. in New Buffalo, took place Sunday, March 13. Tastes of 16 different corned beef brands (everything from Manny’s of Chicago and Bare Bones from LaPorte to Grobbel’s out o…

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SAWYER — When the 12th annual Coastline Children’s Film Festival takes place March 18-27 in 10 locations throughout Berrien County and beyond, headquarters will be inside a former theater building located in downtown Sawyer.

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SAWYER — Visitors to Covenant Farm near Sawyer not only got to see how real maple syrup is made during a pair of March 5 Chikaming Open Lands-sponsored tours, they also helped with the harvest and tasted the finished product.

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NEW BUFFALO — The first school-wide assembly since 2019 for New Buffalo High School and Middle School students was used to deliver a powerful and positive message that included “You are not alone” and “I am enough.”

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