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Ludington Orioles Football Week 5

The Orioles are back on the road this week and trying to get back into the win column as they take on the Tigers of Muskegon Heights Public School Academy on Friday evening. If you can't make it down state to Muskegon, then tune in to WMOM 102.7 FM with the kickoff set for 7 p.m.

Listen in as "The Voice of the Orioles", play-by-play man Todd "Scoop" Hansen and his color commentary man, Adam Zelek bring you all of the exciting and hard-hitting action!

The Pre-Game Show begins right around 6:40 p.m. at www.wmom.fm/live with the Western Land Services kickoff set for 7 p.m.

The Orioles are 2-2 overall and 0-2 in the Lakes 8 Conference after falling to Muskegon Catholic last Friday, 34-6. The Tigers are 0-4 overall and 0-1 in the Lakes 8 Conference after losing to Manistee this past week by the score of 46-26.

The Ludington Area Schools/WMOM Oriole Player in the Spotlight will be Calvin Irelan. Calvin wears jersey #8 and is a running back/slot back on offense and strong safety on defense. His interview will air at halftime.

LET'S GO O's and remember folks ... that's Friday night on WMOM 102.7 FM! Always Listen to your Mom!

Ludington Area School District Board of Education Meeting September 17th

The Ludington Area School District Board of Education met yesterday evening. As expected... the board approved the hire of Lindsey Delpiere to teach the second grade at Franklin elementary school. The position was open due to a resignation back in August. Delpiere was at Reed City where she has taught first through third grades, most recently teaching second grade.

The school board accepted the retirement request of Bruce Doggett who has been with the district for 21 years. He is the director of business services and will be leaving at the end of the year.

The board also re-newed the Spectrum Health Sports Medicine Services and MedNow nursing services contract for the next school year.

 

Things To Do In Downtown Ludington This Weekend Sept 14-16

Looking for something to do this weekend? Here are a few events happening around the area!

FRIDAY

  • Dark Whimsy exhibit by Kathleen Boughton at Ludington Area Center for the Arts 11am-4pm
  • Downtown Ludington Farmers Market in North James Street Plaza 3-7pm
  • Corn Maze at Lewis Farm Market and Petting Zoo Now-10/31
  • Block painting at Sandcastles Children's Museum 9:30am-1pm
  • Happy Hour at Sportsman's 2:30-4:30pm
  • Hoppy Hour at Jamesport Brewing Co. 4-6pm

 

SATURDAY

  • Dark Whimsy exhibit by Kathleen Boughton at Ludington Area Center for the Arts 12-3pm
  • Ludington Walk to End Alzheimer's at Waterfront Park 9:30am
  • Rod Beckman Charity Golf Classic at Lakeside Links 9am
  • WMUS Weekend at Lewis Farms 9am-5pm
  • Coffee filter apple projects at Sandcastles Children's Museum 9am-3pm
  • Breakfast with Benefits, benefitting Orange and Black Pack Program at Barley & Rye 9am-12pm

 

SUNDAY

  • AFFEW Picnic at Memorial Tree Park 12:30-4pm
  • WMUS Weekend at Lewis Farms 10am-5pm
  • Ludington Area Center for the Arts 10-year Anniversary Open House 2-4pm

Things To Do In Downtown Ludington This Weekend Sept 6-9

Looking for something to do this weekend? Here are a few events happening around the area!

FRIDAY

  • First Friday Art Walk 5-7pm
  • Downtown Ludington Farmers Market in North James Street Plaza 3-7pm
  • Corn Maze at Lewis Farm Market and Petting Zoo Now-10/31
  • Grandparents Day Project at Sandcastles Children's Museum 9:30am-1pm
  • Happy Hour at Sportsman's 2:30-4:30pm
  • Hoppy Hour at Jamesport Brewing Co. 4-6pm
  • Wine Class and Tasting at Biercamp Market 4-7pm
  • Delilah DeWylde at Ludington Bay Brewing 7pm
  • West Michigan In-Water Lake Home & Boat Show at Ludington Municipal Marina 11am-9pm

 

SATURDAY

  • Charlie Millard Band at the Mitten Bar 9-11:59pm
  • Rock 101 Weekend at Lewis Farm Market and Petting Zoo 9am-6pm
  • Mason County Garden Club Fall Plant Sale at Leveaux Park 10am-3pm
  • Bloomer Cup Regatta at Ludington Yacht Club 1:30pm
  • West Michigan In-Water Lake Home & Boat Show at Ludington Municipal Marina 11am-9pm

 

SUNDAY

  • AFFEW Picnic at Memorial Tree Park 12:30-4pm
  • West Michigan In-Water Lake Home & Boat Show at Ludington Municipal Marina 10am-5pm

 

Local Residents are warned to look out for scams after storms hit the area

Mason County Emergency Management is warning residents to watch out for scam artists who may try to take advantage of disaster survivors after the recent severe storms.
 
Residents should be cautious of door-to-door solicitors who hand out flyers, offer services or promise to speed up the insurance or contracting process. Scam artists often travel to and target disaster sites to take advantage of disaster survivors who are desperate to repair damage right away and return to a sense of normalcy.
 
Be skeptical of people promising immediate clean-up and debris removal. Some may demand payment up-front for work they never do, quote outrageous prices, or simply lack the skills, licenses, and insurance to legally do the work.
 
Individuals are also encouraged to be careful when being solicited for services by phone or email. If the deal being offered is too good to be true, it is probably fraudulent.
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