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Chemical Bank Creating Community Chemistry Calendar
Postings for March 31, 2018 Full Month View
  Start Time End Time Event   Details
  9:00AM 12:00PM Boyne Farmers Market  


  11:00AM n/a Community Easter Egg Hunt  



  Beacon Assembly of God is hosting a Community East Egg Hunt.  For all kids 5th Grade and under.


  Location 250 Lake St., Roscommon


  For more information: 989-275-5309

  5:30PM 9:30PM Imperial Wrestling Entertainment war on cancer   Imperial Wrestling Entertainment teams up with the American Cancer Society and crawford county realy for life. To declare war on cancer! All of your favorite IWE gladiators will be on hand March 31st as we turn the Fairview elementary school gymnasium into a BattleZone. We will be presenting two TV tapings, and the best part of all is that admission to this event is free! We will be accepting donations to benefit the American Cancer Society, so come on out and experience a great night for a great cause. Come experience the difference as we MARCH TOWARDS WAR!
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