Norwy Current September 2016

VOLUME 12 ISSUE 37 2016

September 14, 2016

EST. 1885

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Pictured: State Representative Ed McBroom and his son enjoying the fair.

The Norway Current/Menominee County News Dori Carlson

HIgh Street in Powers was the scene of a very enjoyable old fashioned evening of entertainment during the "Stroll on High Street" event held annually in the yard of the Maxwell home. This years event was held the evening of September 7. This event has entertained all who drop in or leave nearby and enjoy the music from the comfort of their own yards. This free event has been held for a number of years, with a free-will donation taken to assist the Round Table Ramblers upgrade thier sound system. Members of the Round Table Ramblers and the instruments they play are as follows: Ceile Veeser, mandolin, Lynda Lynch on do-bro & lead singer, Ken Vesser, rhythm guitar, Betty Burke on the guitar & singer, Louis Gabriel on banjo, "Gabe" on bass, sings and travels all the way from Stonington!, Tom Wells on tuba, Yvonne Sivula plays accordion and sings and Pat Meiner playing the Umnichord. Some of the band members were even spotted playing kazoos during this performance! In addition, Ceile and Ken Vesser's son, Adam, from Gladstone joined the group for several selections featured in the movie "Brother Where Art thous?" as he played his banjo and sang, much to the delight of the crowd! The Roundtable Ramblers describe themselves as "closet musicians" . Anyone who has had the opportunity to enjoy their performance can attest to the fact that they are very entertaining and enjoyable to listen to and even join in with at times. They sang such songs as Ring of Fire, Keep on the Sunny Side, Down to the River to Pray, I'll Fly Away, Heartache #1 and many more selections. Round Table Ramblers entertain all those who took the time to stroll down High Street (Power, MI) to enjoy the concert hosted by the Maxwells

Children of all ages enjoyed the rides. From the tractor pulls to the midway, to the shows, to the exhibits, to the games, to the food, to the races, to the truck pulls, to the rides, The Dickinson county Fair offered something for everone. For additional coverage see pages 12 and 13. 605 Saginaw St. Norway, MI 49870 906-563-5212 fax:906-563-5904 email:

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