May in Review

August 05, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack speaks with reporters during a press conference at the Bay City State Recreation Area in Bangor Township on Tuesday, May 27. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)Conservation press conference at Bay City State Recreation Area in Bangor Township on Tuesday, May 27

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack speaks with reporters during a press conference at the Bay City State Recreation Area in Bangor Township on Tuesday, May 27. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War members Lloyd Lamphere and Jack Frost fire rifles to salute fallen soldiers and veterans during a rededication ceremony on Memorial Day, May 26. The former Pine Ridge Cemetery was renamed SoldiersPine Ridge Cemetery rededication ceremony on May 26

Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War members Lloyd Lamphere and Jack Frost fire rifles to salute fallen soldiers and veterans during a rededication ceremony on Memorial Day, May 26. The former Pine Ridge Cemetery was renamed Soldiers’ Rest. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

Kenneth Burtch, 10th District Commander for the American Legion, holds a Bible and grasps a custom-made cane following a Memorial Day ceremony at Oak Ridge Cemetery on Monday, May 26. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)Memorial Day ceremonies at Oak Ridge Cemetery and Bay County Building on May 26

Kenneth Burtch, 10th District Commander for the American Legion, holds a Bible and grasps a custom-made cane following a Memorial Day ceremony at Oak Ridge Cemetery on Monday, May 26. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

Adiana Moreno, Iris Costilla and Camron Shooltz examine a butterfly outside St. James School in Bay City on Wednesday, May 21. The butterflies were raised by each class and released as a symbol of new life as the three local Catholic elementary school prepare to consolidate into All Saints Central Elementary. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)St. James Elementary School students release butterflies as symbol of new life in wake of upcoming consolidation

Adiana Moreno, Iris Costilla and Camron Shooltz examine a butterfly outside St. James School in Bay City on Wednesday, May 21. The butterflies were raised by each class and released as a symbol of new life as the three local Catholic elementary school prepare to consolidate into All Saints Central Elementary. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

St. James students watch as a butterfly rests on plants outside St. James School in Bay City on Wednesday, May 21. The butterflies were raised by each class and released as a symbol of new life as the three local Catholic elementary school prepare to consolidate into All Saints Central Elementary. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)St. James Elementary School students release butterflies as symbol of new life in wake of upcoming consolidation

St. James students watch as a butterfly rests on plants outside St. James School in Bay City on Wednesday, May 21. The butterflies were raised by each class and released as a symbol of new life as the three local Catholic elementary school prepare to consolidate into All Saints Central Elementary. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

Mellisa Boyd laughs while painting a cauliflower plant at Studio 23 in downtown Bay City on Tuesday, May 20. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)Studio 23 show to feature student art

Mellisa Boyd laughs while painting a cauliflower plant at Studio 23 in downtown Bay City on Tuesday, May 20. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

Dan Harrison of Auburn throws pottery at Studio 23 in downtown Bay City on Tuesday, May 20. Five of HarrisonStudio 23 show to feature student art

Dan Harrison of Auburn throws pottery at Studio 23 in downtown Bay City on Tuesday, May 20. Five of Harrison’s pieces will be displayed at the Studio 23 Painters and Potters exhibit. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

A trio of spectators watches the Bay City Western-Central baseball game from the football bleachers in Auburn on Friday, May 16. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)Bay City Western hosts Bay City Central on May 16, 2014

A trio of spectators watches the Bay City Western-Central baseball game from the football bleachers in Auburn on Friday, May 16. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

Senior Derek Daniels gathers balloons to be released in memory of Pinconning sophomore Kirsten Hughes, who passed away in November, at Pinconning High School on Wednesday, May 15. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)Balloon release in memory of Pinconning student, May 15

Senior Derek Daniels gathers balloons to be released in memory of Pinconning sophomore Kirsten Hughes, who passed away in November, at Pinconning High School on Wednesday, May 15. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

Bob Graczyk (Todd the Scotsman) yells the final line of the play during a rehearsal of "Unnecessary Farce" at the Whistling Idiots Theatre Tuesday, May 13. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)Whistling Idiots rehears "Unnecessary Farce" at May 13

Bob Graczyk (Todd the Scotsman) yells the final line of the play during a rehearsal of “Unnecessary Farce” at the Whistling Idiots Theatre Tuesday, May 13. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

Lemon tarts with blueberry compote topped with cream will be served at the CAN Council Wines Around the World fundraiser on May 29 at the DoubleTree in Bay City.  (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)CAN Council Great Lakes Bay Region to host annual Wines Around the World event at DoubleTree

Lemon tarts with blueberry compote topped with cream will be served at the CAN Council Wines Around the World fundraiser on May 29 at the DoubleTree in Bay City. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

Clynton Bartlett of Bay City plays with his pet Peking duck, Launchpad McQuack, in Wenonah Park in downtown Bay City on Thursday, May 8. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)Clynton Bartlett of Bay City walking pet duck

Clynton Bartlett of Bay City plays with his pet Peking duck, Launchpad McQuack, in Wenonah Park in downtown Bay City on Thursday, May 8. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

A Peking duck, Launchpad McQuack, shows off for the camera in Wenonah Park in downtown Bay City on Thursday, May 8. His owner, Clynton Bartlett of Bay City, said he got Launchpad at the Tractor Supply Company for $5 when he was four days old. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)Clynton Bartlett of Bay City walking pet duck

A Peking duck, Launchpad McQuack, shows off for the camera in Wenonah Park in downtown Bay City on Thursday, May 8. His owner, Clynton Bartlett of Bay City, said he got Launchpad at the Tractor Supply Company for $5 when he was four days old. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

Fellow musicians are reflected in a trombone playerBay Concert Band rehearses for Sumer Is Icumen In (Summer Is Coming) concert

Fellow musicians are reflected in a trombone player’s bell during a Bay Concert Band rehearsal at Bay City Central High School on Tuesday, May 6. The band will perform their summer concert, Sumer Is Icumen In (Summer Is Coming), on May 13. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

Collin Heath, 10, cartwheels at the Play 60 event hosted by United Way of Bay County and SVSU at Bay City Central High School on Saturday, May 3. The second annual event encourages youth to play actively at least one hour daily. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)Play 60 event at Bay City Central High School on May 3, 2014

Collin Heath, 10, cartwheels at the Play 60 event hosted by United Way of Bay County and SVSU at Bay City Central High School on Saturday, May 3. The second annual event encourages youth to play actively at least one hour daily. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)

Patrick Steffen, a teacher at Cramer Junior High School, leaves the field with Connor Bint after the two participated in a game ball presentation at the sixth annual Tougher Together soccer game at Garber High School in Essexville on Friday, May 2. The event raised money for the Connor Bint Foundation and Royal Family Kids Camp, represented by Steffen. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)Tougher Together soccer game at Garber High School on May 2, 2014

Patrick Steffen, a teacher at Cramer Junior High School, leaves the field with Connor Bint after the two participated in a game ball presentation at the sixth annual Tougher Together soccer game at Garber High School in Essexville on Friday, May 2. The event raised money for the Connor Bint Foundation and Royal Family Kids Camp, represented by Steffen. (Danielle McGrew | The Bay City Times)


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