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Tuesday, November 5th, 2013


Waterloo United Methodist Church Dates

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The United Methodist Church in Waterloo has announced the upcoming dates for the holidays.

November 10- Thanksgiving Dinner Noon to 2:00 pm

December 8-Christmas Breakfast 8 am to 10 am.
Following breakfast will be the Family Christmas Program starting at 10 am.

Enjoy a hearty breakfast and join us for our family Christmas program celebrating “Memories of Christmas.”

Help Us Honor Our Veterans

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By Pastor Den Slattery

This Sunday we will be celebrating Veterans Day on November 10 at the Grass Lake United Methodist Church at 10:00 am. Our country has been celebrating Veterans Day since the end of WWI. Back then it was called Armistice Day. The name was changed to Veterans Day by an act of Congress in 1954. On Veterans Day we remember the sacrifices and service of all our men and women who have ever served in the military.

Some people seem to think that Veterans Day and Memorial Day are the same thing, but they aren’t. On Memorial Day we remember those who died in combat, but on Veterans Day the focus is on not just those who died but those who lived to tell about it as well. Our military today represents less than 1% of our total population in America. They are the only thing that stands between us and all of our enemies. I think they deserve our respect.     Read More

One Caught, One at Large in Village Burglaries

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Sheriff Steven Rand reported that a 38-year-old Oakland County man was arrested Monday, October 21 and has been linked to the 3 am series of thefts in Grass Lake Monday morning, October 7, 2013. Read More

Copper Nail Still Growing After Six Years

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There has been much activity in our downtown area lately. A restoration project is underway at the Copper Nail. With much interest being expressed by customers, the Board of the Copper Nail would like to detail the development of the project for the community.

In September of 2007, the vision to establish a nonprofit organization that would raise funds for other community non-profits became a reality. On Heritage Day, the doors to the Copper Nail were opened in the rented historical hardware store in the center of the village. Read More