• Mayville:


  • Cards at Golden Years Club: Euchre and Pinochle on first Friday of the month and Euchre on the remaining Fridays with a Potluck at 6:30pm and Cards at 7:00pm.

  • Euchre for Eagles: Join the fun at the Mayville Eagles each Saturday at 7pm.  No partner needed!

  • Zumba Classes are held Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6pm at the Mayville Library.

  • Mayville Athletic Association meets the first Monday of the month at 7pm at Mayville High School.

  • Mayville/Vassar Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10884 meets the Second Sunday of the month unless there is a conflict with a Holiday.  The hall is located at the corner of Fulton and East Main in downtown Mayville.

  • Come out to the Golden Years Hall for lunch and games!  The hall is open from 10am - 2pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.  Lunch is $2.50 and is served at noon.  After lunch you can play games.  Euchre is played on Mondays and Thursdays.  Please call (989)673-4121 by 9am on the day that you would like to attend in order to reserve your meal.

  • Thumb Area Model Builders meet on the 3rd Saturday of each month from 2:00pm - 4:00pm at the Mayville Library.  Come check them out!  All ages welcomed!

  • The Fowler Center is proud to present the Summer Day Camp/S.M.A.R.T. Club Program which is a free program funded by the Michigan Abstinence Program and hosted by the Tuscola County Health Department.  Event is August 18 - 21 from 8am - 4:30pm and children ages 10 - 15 are welcome.  To register or for more details call Sheila at 989-871-1723 or email her at sluedtke@tchd.us.  There are only 30 openings for this program.


  • Millington:

  • The Millington-Arbela Historical Society will be selling Summer Raffle Tickets for a BBQ Package from July 11th - August 16th.  The BBQ Package includes a Backyard  Burner Grill, a Grill Cover, a Tank of Propane and a $30 Food Certificate!   Raffle Tickets cost $5 for 6 or $1 each.  Drawing will be on August 16th at 2pm at the Millington-Arbela Historical Museum.  For Tickets or info call Karen at (989)843-7113.

  • Catered Dinner at Millington United Methodist Church each Wednesday at 5:30pm.  12 & up $7, 5-12 $3.50, under 5 free.  RSVP by 10am Tuesday at 871-3489.  At 6:30pm, following dinner you are invited to stay for a DVD presentation.

  • Human Development Commission has a Senior Meal Site at Four Occasions Hall.  Meals are served Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at approximately noon.  Suggested donation of $2.50.  Please call ahead at 1-800-843-6394.

  • BINGO - Wednesday at 6:30pm and EUCHRE - Tuesday at 7pm for $2.00 at the Millington Community Center.  Call 871-7377 for questions.

  • Village of Millington Planning Comm. meets every third Tuesday at 6pm.

  • Downtown Development Authority meets every Second Wednesday at 6:30pm at 8569 State St.


  • Financial Education for the Community

  • Mayville State Bank is proud to be involved in financial education and annually presents information to graduating seniors in Mayville and Millington about credit awareness and fraud prevention. The best protection against becoming a victim of financial fraud is knowledge. Below are 4 of the top scams of the past decade as reported by PandaLabs.

  • Lottery Scams
  • Typically a letter or email arrives claiming that you are the winner of a foreign lottery. You are told that you must pre-pay the taxes before you receive the big pay-out. Unfortunately, you lose your money and never see a cent.

  • Selling Online - Check Overpayment
  • In this scam, you are selling an item online. An excited buyer sends you a check for more than the final price. Oops! The buyer requests that you wire or Western Union the difference back to them. You wire the money, ship the product and then the check is found to be fraudulent. You’ve lost the wired money and the item.

  • Bogus Job Offers
  • You apply for a “work at home” job and the scammers ask for your Social Security Number and bank account information. With this information they can wreak havoc.

  • Facebook
  • Criminals hack into your Facebook or similar online account. They send out a message that you have been robbed while traveling in a foreign country and need money wired to you now. Unfortunately, your family and friends lose.
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