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Parshallville residents to perform in upcoming musical comedy

By webmaster - Posted on Oct 9, 2012

The "On the Road" musical comedy is scheduled Oct. 24, 25 and 26, 2012.

Parshallville's very own Emma Winegarner along with Larry and Diane Detter will be performing in the upcoming musical comedy, On The Road.

Scheduled for Oct. 24 and Oct. 25 at 1:30pm, and Oct. 26 at 7:30pm, the musical comedy will be performed at the Hartland Performing Arts Auditorium at 9525 Highland Road (M-59).

Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. Come on out for some great laughs!

PCA Family Bonfire, October 13

By webmaster - Posted on Oct 7, 2012

The Parshallville Community Association (PCA) will be hosting a Family Bonfire on Saturday, October 13 at 5:00pm. The location of this year's bonfire will be 7868 Parshallville Rd (home of Kristy and Tim Beltz). Watch for road signs directing you to the house.

The PCA will provide coffee and cider. It's a potluck, so please bring a dish to pass. You might also want to bring your favorite beverage, a lawn chair, and a pumpkin to carve and carving utensils.

Notes from the PCA

By webmaster - Posted on Sep 16, 2012

The following items were just a few of the many topics discussed at a recent board meeting:

  • The association has discussed changing the day of the week for the Annual Meeting.
  • We would like to get more members to sign onto the website and vote for preferences on issues important to the community.
  • Some residents are concerned by the speeding on Allen Road. The board has been looking into this and we have recently seen the sheriff  patrolling the area.
  • The board will be offering free advertising to PCA members in our quarterly newsletter.
  • The board will continue monitor the phosphorus content in the pond.

Enbridge angers Parshallville residents

By webmaster - Posted on Aug 18, 2012

Debora Hense, her son and daughter stand among an area of their property that was cleared Wednesday. Photo credit:

The Enbridge pipeline expansion project has started — and it has already caused problems for local residents along the pipeline route that runs directly through Parshaville.

Long-time residents David and Debbie Hense have been recently battling Enbridge over land-clearing on their property. The bold moves and decisions by Enbridge have prompted them and other area residents to take a stand.

Below are some links to this developing story. Please take some time to read the stories and get familiar with issue.

Stephen Jr. is Back in Black

By webmaster - Posted on Jul 24, 2012

Steven Jr. and Family (Look closely and you can see his colored wing feathers)

By Nancy Posey

Many will remember the countless winters spent keeping the Parshallville Mill Pond open so that Stephen the goose could have a safe haven to spend the winters. A small pump kept the pond water open. Bubbles danced with delight as Stephen and his many wild friends played while the snow, wind and sleet kept us all inside safe in our warm homes. It was a sight to behold seeing Stephen the white goose sleeping in that open pond water. He was happy.

Kayaking Day

By webmaster - Posted on Jul 2, 2012

On Saturday June 16, four women from Parshallville with four of their family and friends kayaked the Huron River from a Wixom Rd. park in Oakland County upstream into Proud Lake where they swam at a sand bar, talked, photographed, ate snacks and rested in the sunshine; then paddled back to their trucks. They encountered a swan family, woods, marshes and the small dam where a crowd was partying and swimming. 

Parshallville senior swings for the fence

By webmaster - Posted on Jun 11, 2012

Hartland Senior Center softball team

The Hard Rock Sizzlers pictured above is one of the three teems fielded by the Hartland Senior Center. The Sizzlers are undefeated.

Ed Gren of Parshallville (pictured in the center holding a black bat) is one of their star players. He can do it all…he is a great fielder and he has a wicked bat.

You can cheer them on every Wednesday at 10:00am at Tags Softball Field south of Highland Road behind the Miniature Golf off Old US-23. Come cheer the teams on and have some fun! You can check their website for further information.

Look what I saw today

By webmaster - Posted on May 5, 2012

Not sure if is was a fox or a coyote. Let me know in the comments below.

Not sure if that's a fox or a coyote, but I saw this little guy about 100 yards away from me while I was cutting the grass today. I have never seen one in the middle of the day (about 2:00pm), so I jumped off my tractor and grabbed my camera. He came out of that large 92 acre parcel on Parshallivlle Rd just north of Clyde.

I think it's a Red Fox that appears to be shedding his winter coat, but I'm not sure. If you have any idea what it might be, please comment below.

David Lee

Here are some more pictures:

Almost 30 attend Odyssey Tour of Rizor

By webmaster - Posted on Apr 17, 2012

Almost 30 people from the Parshallville area hiked the Rizor Sanctuary on April 17, 2012 as part of the MNA's Odyssey Tour.

On Tuesday, April 17, representatives from the Michigan Nature Association (MNA) visited the Rizor Sanctuary in Parshallville as part of thier Odyssey Tour. The Rizor Sanctuary was one of 20 properties showcased on the tour which spans all of  Michigan.

Easter Egg Hunt a huge success!

By webmaster - Posted on Apr 9, 2012

Larry Detter announces instructions to the little ones at this year's PCA Easter Egg Hunt on April 7 at the Cider Mill.

The 15th Annual Easter Egg Hunt of the Parshallville Community Association was a great success! On the Saturday before Easter over 130 children, parents, grandparents and friends gathered at the Cider Mill to search for eggs and visit with one another. At least 62 children from barely-walking age to teens raced for the candy-filled eggs. As usual, the little children were sent off first and then the older ones.

Fun Fact

The Tom Walker Grist Mill, now known as the Parshallville Cider Mill, is a Michigan Registered Historic Site.