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The Muskrat Times         Vol. 11, No.3 October 7, 2013

  1. The Polar Bears are coming to DeWitt this week!
    Honest. (Talk about climate change!)

    If you're one of the four people who has yet to read about FLG's Annual Public Education Event, this is for you and your kids. OK, bring the neighbor kids too.
    "The Majestic World of the Arctic Polar Bear" is a beautiful multi-media show and artifacts display. Environmental educator Kathy Donahue, who studied on the arctic tundra with Polar Bear International, presents @ 7pm, this Thur. Oct. 10, 2013 at Dewitt Junior High School Auditorium on Herbison Rd. It's rated PGFE (Pretty Great Family Entertainment) and it's free! Donations welcomed (Get those pop cans to Meijer, quick!) Here's the big hairy scoop:

    Adobe Acrobat FileArctic Presentation

  2. A large and aquatic thank you to the 30 men, women & teens who helped clear logjams to keep your Looking Glass River safe for paddlers and to slow bank erosion during LogJamBee `13, on Sat. Sept. 28. These are links to DBR's (DeWitt Bath Review) story, our letter to the editor and "News In Brief": Thank you to the DBR's reporter Mary Jo White and editor Tom Thelen for their reportage & support. These links will not be around for long, so get your click on:

    Adobe Acrobat File Volunteers give Looking Glass some TLC
    DeWitt-Bath Review
    Oct. 4, 2013

    also please read this letter to the editor: "River Needs Public Support"

    Adobe Acrobat FileDeWitt-Bath letters to the editor
    DeWitt-Bath Review
    Oct. 4, 2013

    and then, there's this in "News In Brief" , which brings you back to our top story...

    Adobe Acrobat FileNews In Brief
    DeWitt-Bath Review
    Oct. 4, 2013

  3. Lastly, when you're bored and wondering what to do with your life, go to See what you've been missing...sign up, join the fun and community involvement. We need you.

Bob Bishop
FLG Communications