Robert Musgrove Retiring
After serving Pine County for almost two decades, a familiar face is retiring.
Robert Musgrove has served in multiple capacities since 1998, including Pine Technical and Community College president, Pine County Economic Development Coordinator, and Pine City Chamber of Commerce member.
Musgrove said through all the years at the College, the students were what mattered most.
He added that whoever came after him would be in a great spot.
The Texas native plans on moving back to the Longhorn State in November.
Family Pathways was chosen to be the recipient of a national event involving underwear.
The National Association of Retail and Thrift Stores chose Family Pathways to partake in project Underwearness.
The project surrounds collecting and donating brand new undergarments for men, women, and children.
The cause will provide local citizens who can’t otherwise afford basic amenities with new underwear.
Underwear is often an unaffordable luxury for those who are struggling to provide their families with standard things.
Forgiven Quartet in Concert
One of the most highly respected and requested regional southern gospel quartets is headed to Mora.
The Forgiven Quartet has been performing for 36 years in the music industry, and toured in 18 states.
The group often performs at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri and recently signed with a label.
The Forgiven Quartet has charted multiple songs and just released an album in February entitled “It’s His Story”.
They’ll be performing in concert at Grace Lutheran Church in Mora, this Sunday, July 16 at 4 pm.