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NEW BUFFALO — On May 16 New Buffalo High School seniors were presented with "Class of 2020 — ‘Virtually’ the greatest class of all time” signs (and had their pictures taken — see photos accompanying this article).

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NEW BUFFALO — In New Buffalo the National Day of Prayer (Thursday, May 7) was observed at St. Mary of the Lake Catholic Church and Converge Community Church as a total of about 50 people gathered (at a safe social distance) to pray for the community and country.

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BRIDGMAN — Country Stitches Alterations & Embroidery, located at 9794 Red Arrow Highway in Bridgman, doesn’t have the words “face masks” in its name, but since the coronavirus pandemic hit they’ve been the main product.

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NEW BUFFALO — New Buffalo Business Association Board President Blagica Bottigliero introduced a May 8 Special Local Business Check-In & Chat streaming session as a “very open dialog” and a way to get to know what business owners are up to.

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NEW BUFFALO — Area parks (and increasingly community gardens) continue to serve as a refuge for many during Michigan’s long-running coronavirus lockdown.

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THREE OAKS — Mr. Three Oaks/River Valley 2020 Davyd Bronson was fired up to play an important part in the Easter Egg Hunt scheduled for March 28 at at Three Oaks Elementary School.

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BRIDGMAN — “The community support has been great … just how everybody is trying to come together and do what they can to help each other out,” observed Heather Cribley on Friday, March 20, between filling take-out orders at Rochefort’s The Next Generation in Bridgman.

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HARBERT — Neighbor by Neighbor, founded in July 2017 thanks to a grant from The Pokagon Fund, is a confidential, free-of-charge short-term program to help people with an immediate need get assistance to meet that need.

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NEW BUFFALO — A coach and teacher who led the 1983 New Buffalo High School baseball team to a state championship was inducted into the school’s Athletics Hall of Fame on Thursday, March 5.

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THREE OAKS – Baseball fans In Harbor Country enjoyed the opportunity to meet and listen to stories by former Major League players Dave Gumpert and Dave Machemer during a March 7 event hosted by Garry Lange at The Biggest Little Museum.

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The River Valley Middle/High School production of “Fiddler on the Roof” and the New Buffalo Drama Department's presentation of Disney’s “Mary Poppins," both originally scheduled for March 20, 21 and 22 shows, have been postponed due to the closing of all Michigan schools due to the coronavirus.