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Cadets learning life lessons through ‘best kept secret’

This story contains a video A call to fall in formation is given and orderly rows of people dressed in freshly pressed blue uniforms and gleaming black shoes assemble in front of the American flag.

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Star Spangled Banner

This story contains a video When the Roscommon Fourth of July parade reached the light in Roscommon, four-year-old Cole Dusing watched the parade as Tammy Menghini (backgound) sang the “Star Spangled Banner.” The Roscommon parade on July 4th was just one of the many activities held to observe Independence Day.

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Showtime in Merritt

This story contains a video The third of four shows in the 2011 Freedom Riders Speed Series hit the Merritt Area Arena June 20 with riders from two years old to in their 50’s taking part.

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Bischoff winner in second Sunrise Run

This story contains a video Prudenville’s Tyler Bischoff, 22, won the second annual Higgins Lake Sunrise Run half marathon in a time of 1:18:41.2 which was a pace of six minutes per mile. The Sunrise Run was held June 18.

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Voyage of Discovery

Group sets off from Houghton Lake to paddle entire length of Muskegon River

This story contains a video “It’s just a mystic river to me,” said Pat Lemson, 76, of Grant, the eldest of a corps of 15 intrepid paddlers who began the Muskegon River Voyage of Discovery last Wednesday from the control structure at Houghton Lake.

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READY, AIM, FIRE

This story contains a video Of the 32 activities planned during the Roscommon Elementary School field day possibly the most difficult was bean bag sling shot. Many of the students gave up after trying the event once, however, third grader Devyn Austin was persistent and eventually was able to make the bean bag fly a few feet. For more photos from Field Days see page D4 and www.houghtonlakeresorter.com. (Photo by Krista Tacey) Of the 32 activities planned during the Roscommon Elementary School field day possibly the most difficult was bean bag sling shot. Many of the students gave up after trying the event once, however, third grader Devyn Austin was persistent and eventually was able to make the bean bag fly a few feet.

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The Camp Experience

This story contains a video This was the 60th year for Roscommon Elementary School’s fourth grade camp, and the students who participated in the 2011 edition had many of the same sort of outdoor experiences their forerunners did.

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CONCENTRATION

This story contains a video   Before the bean bag lands in the wheelbarrow, Judy Ferguson’s sixth grade student Mustafa Syed watches the bean bag he threw drift through the air. Some of the other events fifth and sixth graders could participate in during the track and field day on June 6 included a softball throw, a football punt, track races and a tug-o-war. 

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STUDYING AVIATION

This story contains a video Sky Page, a 2011 graduate of Roscommon High School, got a leg up on her studies in aviation from the Roscommon Area Pilot’s Association (RAPA) in the form of a $500 scholarship during Sunday’s Dawn Patrol event. Page, who recently joined the U.S.

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Buck best Bobcats, Beavers

This story contains a video The Roscommon varsity track teams defeated both Houghton Lake and Beaverton at a tri-meet Tuesday at Houghton Lake. The Bucks boys squad defeated Houghton Lake 92-64 and Beaverton 102-58. The Beavers bettered Houghton Lake in the other dual 86-63.

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