In this edition of Old Mission Gazette, a Lighthouse Wine Label winner has been chosen, the annual Books at the Boathouse fundraiser brings the library building fund to $1.95 million (and their SUP was approved), Old Mission Gazette wins an investigative journalism award, we look back to 1970 when Don Brown won the I-500, Chateau Chantal is looking for summer staff, and RecycleSmart has scheduled their 2018 waste collection dates. Read on for story links.
At a special meeting, the Peninsula Township Board approved a special use permit for construction of a new Peninsula Community Library, bringing them one step closer to a new building on the corner of Center Road and Island View Road. Read More
A winner has been chosen for the 2018 Bowers Harbor Vineyards Wine Label! Click for photos of the fun event, in collaboration with Mission Point Lighthouse.  Read More
The annual Books at the Boathouse fundraiser brings Peninsula Community Library's Fundraising to $1.95 million for their new building project.  Read More
Since we've been caught in a winter time warp, let's take a look back to 1970, when the OMP's Don Brown won the I-500 with his Chaparral snowmobile.  Read More
We are honored to report that Old Mission Gazette has received NMEAC's 2018 Investigative Journalism Award. Click through for details and photos.  Read More
Sure, we're still waiting for Spring to arrive in northern Michigan, but back in 1947, a blanket of snow fell on the Traverse City region in May. Yes, May. Read More
Chateau Chantal currently has several job positions available for their 2018 season. Click through for all the details.  Read More
RecycleSmart has scheduled their upcoming Household Hazardous Waste Collections for 2018. Click through for details.  Read More
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