June in Review

August 05, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

I know it’s August, but here’s “June in Review.”
My internship with the Bay City Times ended June 8. After that, I began freelancing; you’ll notice my byline reads ‘for the publication’ instead of just the publication’s name. Freelancing has been wonderful; I’m very thankful for the relationships and connections I have here in Michigan as I continue my northern adventure!

Chuck Mitchell and his son Gabe Mitchell, 5, eat breakfast outdoors during the 60th annual Dawn Patrol Breakfast and Father60th annual Dawn Patrol Breakfast and Father's Day Fly-In at James Clements Airport on June 15

Chuck Mitchell and his son Gabe Mitchell, 5, eat breakfast outdoors during the 60th annual Dawn Patrol Breakfast and Father’s Day Fly-In at James Clements Airport in Bay City on Sunday, June 15. They drove from Oakland County to see skydivers at the event. (Danielle McGrew)

Patsy Aguilera of Bay City and Mary Mahony of Libertyville, Ill., laugh as they try to adjust a sail during the annual Try Sailing Day event hosted by the Saginaw Bay Community Sailing Association on Saturday, June 14, along the Saginaw RiverSaginaw Bay Community Sailing Association host Try Sailing Day in Bay City on Saturday, June 14

Patsy Aguilera of Bay City and Mary Mahony of Libertyville, Ill., laugh as they try to adjust a sail during the annual Try Sailing Day event hosted by the Saginaw Bay Community Sailing Association on Saturday, June 14, along the Saginaw River’s eastern bank in downtown Bay City. (Danielle McGrew)

Logan Branco, 9, Tyrel Sellner and Heather Emerson cheer as Dan Orchard, #97, claims first place in the second heat for Formula Two powerboats during the River Roar in downtown Bay City on Saturday, June 28. Orchard is LoganRiver Roar powerboat races in Bay City on June 28, 2014

Logan Branco, 9, Tyrel Sellner and Heather Emerson cheer as Dan Orchard, #97, claims first place in the second heat for Formula Two powerboats during the River Roar in downtown Bay City on Saturday, June 28. Orchard is Logan’s stepfather and Sellner’s brother-in-law. The group traveled from Cambridge, Ontario, for the weekend event.
“We get to come down here every year and have a blast,” Sellner said. “We don’t mind the trip.”
Emerson said they left at 5 a.m.
(Danielle McGrew | for the (Midland) Daily News)

Rob Dinicolantonio of Blowfish Racing speeds through the Saginaw River in his Formula Two boat during the River Roar in downtown Bay City on Saturday, June 28. The event continues Sunday with Formula Two finals at 1 p.m., Formula Light finals at 1:45 p.m. and and Formula One finals at 3:40 p.m. Danielle McGrew | for the (Midland) Daily NewsRiver Roar powerboat races in Bay City on June 28, 2014

Rob Dinicolantonio of Blowfish Racing speeds through the Saginaw River in his Formula Two boat during the River Roar in downtown Bay City on Saturday, June 28. The event continues Sunday with Formula Two finals at 1 p.m., Formula Light finals at 1:45 p.m. and and Formula One finals at 3:40 p.m.
Danielle McGrew | for the (Midland) Daily News

Victoria Trischler sits in a chair reupholstered with velvet in her downtown Bay City shop, Super Chic Designs on Tuesday, June 3. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)Victoria Trischler offers Super Chic Designs in downtown Bay City

Victoria Trischler sits in a chair reupholstered with velvet in her downtown Bay City shop, Super Chic Designs on Tuesday, June 3. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

Fr. Bert Gohm shakes studentsHoly Trinity Catholic School celebrates final school Mass on June 5, 2014

Fr. Bert Gohm shakes students’ hands during Holy Trinity Catholic School’s final Mass on Thursday, June 6, in Bay City. Next year, the Holy Trinity and St. John the Evangelist schools will consolidate with St. James to form All Saints Elementary School. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

Kindergarten and first grade teacher Jen Owczarzak, aide Teri Neetz and second and third grade teacher Sandy Goik laugh and cry during a photo slideshow following Holy Trinity Catholic SchoolHoly Trinity Catholic School celebrates final school Mass on June 5, 2014

Kindergarten and first grade teacher Jen Owczarzak, aide Teri Neetz and second and third grade teacher Sandy Goik laugh and cry during a photo slideshow following Holy Trinity Catholic School’s final Mass on Thursday, June 6, in Bay City. Next year, the Holy Trinity and St. John the Evangelist schools will consolidate with St. James to form All Saints Elementary School. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

 


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