Gladwin, MI Real Estate News

 For the snowbirds coming back to the area soon,  the Blue Ribbon Bakery is sporting new quarters.  They've relocated to 121 East Cedar Ave. in downtown Gladwin.  For anyone new to the area they make the best homemade baked goods,  and their soups are homemade and delicious too ( today's special was Beef Noodle),  you team that with one of their great sandwiches and oh it's so good!   It's a great little bakery with friendly hometown flavor I'm sure you'll enjoy. Try their Chicken & Dumpling soup, yum.    Call ahead to order your favorite flavor of pie or just stop in and take a chance it still may be on their shelves.  There's always something yummy to choose from.  If you call ahead of time to order you'll be sure to have it.  If you expect to just drop in and ask for your favorite it...
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Innocent animals who look to their owner's for care are being left behind to fend for themselves in abandoned homes.  Some left out in the cold, tied or staked out, not given the chance to forge for themselves. Yes these are the most recent victims of foreclosures.                                        Gladwin has not seen pets left behind in their homes as yet,  although the animal shelter is seeing an increase in owners feeling they have no choice but to turn their pets over as they struggle to find housing for their families. Please keep in mind as you see abandoned homes in your area to pay attention to the yard and surroundings. If you see or hear barking or whining call your local animal shelter or authorities to investigate. Saddened by the hopelessness felt by those who feel th...
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If your visiting Gladwin stop in and see us REMAX River Haven http://www.riverhavenhomes.com/ at the Riverwalk Place in Gladwin.  We're on the second floor and would love to meet you.  You can plan a day at the Riverwalk.  shop at RW Threads,  have lunch at the Riverwalk Grill and visit  The Blackberry Lodge for rustic decor and home furnis hings.  Make an appointment and block off the day for the Oasis Salon http://www.riverwalkplace.net/relax.htm where you can relax, rejuvinate, and revitalize. We look forward to meeting you.     
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By Sue Berger, Gladwin MI
  When in Gladwin remember to call or stop by The Fruitful Orchard & Cider Mill formerly known as Yost's orchard and cider mill. Stop by and meet the new owner Dan Vannest. U-Pick Apples with a gift shop, homeade pies,  donuts,  and other baked goods. Hayrides,  cider and custom cider pressing also available.  Open until the end of November,  call to check on availability.         The Fruitful Orchard & Cider Mill5740 W.  M-61Gladwin,  MI 48624Phone: (989)426-3971
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By Sue Berger, Gladwin MI
Lost Arrow Luau - August 11,2007 Featuring the "Dueling Pianos" Live. Please call for tickets 1-866-51-RELAX.Who Dun-It Murder Mystery coming to Lost Arrow - October 27 - Holloween WeekendMurder Mystery Dinner Theatre - www.whodunitmurdermysteries.com .
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By Sue Berger, Gladwin MI
Take a leisurely stroll along the Cedar River,  and the beautiful Gladwin City Park and Campgrounds come and enjoy. There is so much to share on a visit to our area.  Walking through town and visiting all our down home friendly Mom & Pop shops,  including our own famous coffee shop in downtown Gladwin,  and our popular Corner House for ice cream  just north of town.  Just ask anyone in town for directions and they all know of these two popular stops!We invite you to come sample our hospitality and visit our hometown.  Where you'll make it a regular vacation stop in your plans each year.We look forward to seeing you!!!
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By Sue Berger, Gladwin MI
Gladwin within 2 to 3 hours of Metropolitan Detroit,  1 to 1 1/2 hours from Bay City andSaginaw,  sports fun for all seasons with ORV and snow-mobiling,  hiking,  camping,  hunt-ing,  fishing,  swimming,  boating,  and exploring all Gladwin has to offer.Gladwin is in the heart of Michigan,  with easy access from I-75,  U. S.-10,  and U. S.-127.Surrounded by thousands of acres of State Land,  473 miles of streams and rivers,  andover 50 lakes.  Located in the northeast central section of Michigan's lower peninsula.  Thecounty was named for British Major Henry Gladwin of Fort Detroit. First settlers to the areawere Marvel Secord and family who in 1861 canoed up the Tittabawassee River to the mouthof the Sugar River, a few miles from where the city of Gladwin is today.  In the 1880's many ...
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By Sue Berger, Gladwin MI
Parade down Cedar Avenue to kick off the Little League baseball season was at ll:00 A. M. today,May 5,  2007.  It began at the Courthouse and proceeded east on Cedar Avenue to SportsComplex.Memorial Day Parade - The parade will start at State Street and proceed down Cedar Avenueto Bowery Street.  The finale will be a ceremony at the War Memorial in front of the County Court House.Gladwin County Fair - Come join in the fun.  Monday,  June l8,  2007 - Saturday,  June 23,  2007.Gladwin Fair GroundsSecord Lake Boat Parade- Secord Lake,  June 30,  2007Register your decorated boat at the Eagles by 11:00 A. M.,  it is free to enter your boat.  Prizeswill be awarded for 1st. thru 5th places.  Parade takes 1 1/2 hours to complete. For more in-formation go to the Secord Eagles newsletter.Gladwin ...
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