Venison for Manna Project - Northern Michigan's News Leader

Venison for Manna Project

Posted: Updated:

9&10 News Helping Hands and Farm Bureau Insurance are proud to support the Petoskey Rotary Sunrise Club's Venison for Manna Project. Through this program area hunters can donate 1-2 pounds of ground deer meat to The Manna Food Project in Harbor Springs when using one of the participating processors. The Petoskey Rotary Sunrise Club will also cover the cost of processing for anyone who will donate an entire deer.

To help simply let either one of these participating processors know you would like to donate deer meat:

Walloon Lake General Store- Walloon Lake

Jurek's Meats- Pleasantview Rd

For more information on the program visit the Petoskey Rotary Sunrise Club online or contact member Andy Hayes at 231-582-6482.

The donated meat will be distributed to families in need by The Manna Food Project.  The Manna Food Project provides food to area pantries helping to feed thousands of our Northern Michigan neighbors each month.

  • Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>

  • Double Murder Linked to Craigslist Meeting

    Double Murder Linked to Craigslist Meeting

    Monday, July 21 2014 5:05 PM EDT2014-07-21 21:05:43 GMT
    Disturbing new details in the Kent County Craigslist murders. Wyoming police say a pregnant teen was strangled, and her boyfriend decapitated after connecting with a stranger online for a sexual encounter.
    Disturbing new details in the Kent County Craigslist murders. Wyoming police say a pregnant teen was strangled, and her boyfriend decapitated after connecting with a stranger online for a sexual encounter.
  • Failures Identified at Ionia Correctional Facility After Inmate Escape

    Failures Identified at Ionia Correctional Facility After Inmate Escape

    Monday, July 21 2014 3:23 PM EDT2014-07-21 19:23:16 GMT
    An update on the murderer who escaped a downstate prison. An independent report now accuses the prison of multiple technology and personnel security failures. 
    An update on the murderer who escaped a downstate prison. An independent report now accuses the prison of multiple technology and personnel security failures. 
  • Michigan National Guard Cannon Accident

    Michigan National Guard Cannon Accident, None Injured

    Michigan National Guard Cannon Accident, None Injured

    Monday, July 21 2014 9:20 AM EDT2014-07-21 13:20:14 GMT
    The National Guard at Camp Grayling reports that a 155-millimeter Howitzer cannon was accidentally released from a Chinook helicopter and fell about 700 feet to the ground. Nobody was hurt in the accident. 
    The National Guard at Camp Grayling reports that a 155-millimeter Howitzer cannon was accidentally released from a Chinook helicopter and fell about 700 feet to the ground. Nobody was hurt in the accident.