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HARTLAND SENIOR CENTER HOLIDAY PROGRAM - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2014

By Suzanne - Posted on Nov 25, 2014

Larry Detter, Director and Carolyn Berkey, Accompanist

Please come enjoy the musical performances of the Hartland Senior Center's: Silver Chords, Silver Squires, Second Wind Ensemble and our newest musical group...the Silver Ringers!

FREE @

Hartland Performing Arts Center

9525 Highland Road              

Howell, MI  48843

810.626.2135

 

PCA Easter Egg Hunt Scheduled for April 19

By webmaster - Posted on Feb 9, 2014

Participants in last year's hunt enjoyed nice weather, treats and prizes.

Please bring your children and grandchildren to the 17th Annual Parshallville Easter EggHunt! There will be candy, prizes, guessing games, coffee, and snacks!

Please bring a basket or a small plastic bag for your child.

WHEN: Saturday, April 19, starting at NOON (Rain, Snow or Shine)

WHERE: Parshallville Cider Mill 

Brought to you by The Parshallville Community Association

Enbridge cited for discharge into Parshallville Pond

By webmaster - Posted on Jul 5, 2013

This video by Jake McGraw, member of MI CATS (the Michigan Coalition Against Tar Sands), shows orangish/brown fluid containing oil and grease being pumped into Ore Creek from the Enbridge Tar Sand Pipeline 6b replacement project. Enbridge Energy was given a violation by MI DEQ for the incident.

Former Parshallville Rocker headlines 2013 Melon Festival

By webmaster - Posted on May 19, 2013

Mark Farner, former leader of the classic-rock band Grand Funk Railroad, used to record in "The Swamp" in Parshallville.

The following appeared in the May 10, 2013 edition of the Press & Argus:

Mark Farner, former leader of the classic-rock band Grand Funk Railroad and a Livingston County resident, will be the featured performer at this year’s 53rd annual Howell Melon Festival, set for Aug. 17.

PCA Easter Egg Hunt scheduled for March 30

By webmaster - Posted on Mar 24, 2013

Last year's Easter Egg Hunt was awesome! Join us this year on Saturday, March 30.

The 16th annual Parshallville Community Association Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Saturday, March 30 at the Parshallville Cider Mill at 11:00am.

Residents look forward to PCA's most popular event. Children of all ages from Parshallville gather on the Saturday before Easter to hunt for the approximately 900 candy-filled eggs hidden on the property. Parents and grandparents watch the fun while catching up with the latest news in the neighborhood.

PCA Second Annual Soup Contest Party

By webmaster - Posted on Feb 4, 2013

Photo Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/yhzeng/

The weather outside may be frightful, but the soup inside will be delightful! Come join us for the Second Annual Soup Contest Party! PCA will be hosting the soup party on Saturday February 9 at the home of Larry and Diane Detter, 5789 Cider Mill Dr, at 5:30pm.

Bring a pot of homemade or store bought soup and your favorite beverage. PCA will supply the coffee. Prepare your soup at home and bring it in a slow cooker or large pot to the Detter's house on Saturday, February 9 at 5:30 pm. Everybody will have a chance to taste each soup and vote for their favorite.

If you are not bringing soup but want to bring something, we would welcome some bread, rolls, crackers or dessert to share, or just bring your appetite to eat, visit and vote for your favorite soup.

Please RSVP by Thursday February 7 to Laurie Mentley at 810-632-3249 or lmentley@yahoo.com.

Hanging of the Greens

By webmaster - Posted on Dec 1, 2012

Parshallville residents Larry and Diane Detter, Bob Conaway, and David Lee spent some time decorating Parshallville.

It's that time of year again — the annual Hanging of the Greens. Parshallville residents Larry and Diane Detter, Bob Conaway, and David Lee took time out of their busy Saturday schedule's to help decorate Parshallville. Pictured above is a nice touch to the Cemetery archway. The group also decorated the bridge, the Parshallville City Limits sign and the Cider Mill sign on the corner of Parshallville and Old 23.

Parshallville Family Christmas Caroling

By webmaster - Posted on Dec 1, 2012

Stroll through the village of Parshallville for an evening of Christmas Caroling on Saturday December 8th. We will meet at Larry and Diane Detter's house, 5789 Cider Mill Drive in the Parshallville Pond Subdivision, at 5 pm. Song sheets will be provided. After caroling, warm up with hot chocolate, coffee and refreshments at the Detter's. Call 248-514-4761 with any questions. Please RSVP by Thursday December 6.

PCA Board Meeting Briefs: Nov. 14, 2012

By webmaster - Posted on Nov 19, 2012

A few highlights from the November 14th Board Meeting:

  • David Lee, Webmaster has improved our PCA website by making it easier for members to register. Take a look.
  • Since some of us are leaving PCA and becoming involved in other activities, we need new volunteers to take over several committees. The PCA has helped our community get to know each other again, discover people who need a helping hand, and create a sense of neighborhood and community. If you are sitting at home with a little extra time, join us and meet the people in and around Parshallville, who are friendly, caring and lots of fun.
  • Hanging of the Greens: David has planned for volunteers to meet on Dec 1st at 12:00 noon to hang the greens along the bridge and put a wreath at the cemetery entrance. We are very pleased that Ms. Posey will do Memorial Day decorations again next year.
  • We are pleased to welcome Kristy Beltz, to chair the Newsletter Committee.

PCA Pie Contest Winners Announced

By webmaster - Posted on Nov 17, 2012

Participants of the annual PCA Pie Contest pose for a group shot.

The Winners of the Second Annual Parshallville Community Association Pie Contest on November 10th have been announced. In the sweet dessert category, the winning entry was Dorothy Gogoleski's Chocolate Cream Pie. Winning in the savory main dish category was Conseulo Moreno's Mexican Pie. Both ladies read about the contest in the Parshallville Press, newsletter for PCA, and wanted to compete. It's a good thing they did, because their entries were delicious. Although they were unable to attend the gathering, their pies were sent over to the Detter home for judging.

Fun Fact

The village of Parshallville lies within both Tyrone and Hartland Townships.