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The EagleHerald will post all of the Community Articles printed in the newspaper each day in the Community section of People can submit information for publication on the Community Page to or 1809 Dunlap Ave., Marinette, WI 54143. Questions about submissions can be directed to our news clerk at 715-735-7500, ext. 150.

  • 1/28/2015 MENOMINEE — American Legion Auxiliary Unit 146 held its Jan. 13 meeting at the Post, 1st Street. Stephanie Bruno, program instructor at MSU Extension in Stephenson, spoke about nutrition facts and updates.
    Julie Erickson, president, reported about the Children and Youth Program who selected two children (5 years old) from Angeli’s Christmas Angel Tree and the assortment of clothing and toys purchased for them by American Legion Auxiliary. 

  • 1/27/2015 MARINETTE — In appreciation of the hard work by nonprofit organizations, The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT) held a contribution reception to honor and thank them for their tireless efforts. 

  • 1/27/2015 MARINETTE — UW-Marinette and the Marinette Menominee Area Chamber of Commerce will co-host a reception for Marinette’s four mayoral hopefuls Feb. 10, at 6:30 p.m. in the campus cafeteria, located in the administration building. The event is free and open to the public.
    “Meet the Candidates” will give City of Marinette residents a chance to meet and speak informally with each candidate. The event is meant to serve as an informal meet-and-greet rather than a political forum. Printed statements from each candidate will be posted on the university website ( by Friday and available in print copy onsite, but no formal speeches will be made. Light refreshments will be served. 

  • 1/27/2015 MARINETTE — Kiwanis International, a worldwide service organization, recently celebrated 100 years of service.
    Kiwanis Club No. 1 was formed in Detroit for the purpose of business networking, but soon began providing funds and services to the local community. Originally called the Benevolent Order Brothers or BOBs the founding members grew tired of being called the “BOBs” and turned to a Detroit historian for help finding a new name. 

  • 1/26/2015 MARINETTE — Classes will begin today for students who have registered for the spring semester. Although that date is fast approaching, students are able to apply and enroll until Feb. 6 according to Cindy Bailey, Assistant Campus Dean for Students Affairs. 

  • 1/26/2015 MARINETTE — The American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Marinette will hold a kickoff for the annual event Feb. 2, from 5:30 to 7 p.m., at City Limits, N3900 Highway 180. The Society is inviting people who are interested in learning more and getting involved in the event to attend. 

  • 1/24/2015 This year’s theme, “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service,” focuses on academic, faith-building and societal contributions provided by a Catholic education. This year marks the 41st anniversary of this observation. 

  • 1/24/2015 The Farm Service Agency and University of Wisconsin-Extension of Marinette and Oconto Counties are providing owners of farmland and agricultural producers an opportunity to learn more about their choices and obligations under the new Farm Bill. There will be two opportunities held locally, the first Thursday, and the second Feb. 4. 

  • 1/23/2015 MARINETTE — The public is invited to shake off the winter chill and enjoy an evening of laughs and excitement Feb. 7, at Little River Country Club with the Evening at the Improv and Casino Night fundraiser. 

  • 1/23/2015 MARINETTE — The Marinette Senior Center has openings in their Zumba Core and Glutes classes. This is a higher intensity Zumba class for those seeking a cardiovascular and strength building workout. 

  • 1/23/2015 MARQUETTE, Mich. — For 2015, the Superior Health Foundation is again accepting mini-grant applications to help provide funding for small, innovative health-centered projects within the Upper Peninsula.
    Students, neighborhood groups, local clubs, non-profits, and anyone within the Upper Peninsula who wishes to improve the quality of life in their community are encouraged to apply. Students need an adult sponsor. 

  • 1/21/2015 OCONTO FALLS — The Oconto Falls Community Library and Oconto and Marinette County UW-Extension are offering a series of sessions designed to help backyard gardeners in their endeavors. 

  • 1/21/2015 COLEMAN — The School District of Coleman hold a pre-kindergarten screening March 5 and 6, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Coleman Elementary School, 347 Business 141 N. All children who live in the Coleman School District and who will be 3 years old by Sept. 1, are invited to attend Coleman’s Child Development Days. Educational and health care personnel will be available to assess developmental skills as well as check hearing, vision and immunization records. 

  • Menominee BPA off to state
    1/21/2015 ESCANABA, Mich. — Student members of the Menominee Chapter of Business Professionals of America showed their skills at the 2015 Regional Leadership Conference held Jan. 9. 

  • 1/20/2015 MARINETTE — Bay Area Medical Center Rehabilitation Services, 3117 Shore Drive, is offering aquatic exercise classes for those who wish to get in shape through performing strength and conditioning aquatic exercises in a comfortable warm water environment.
    These classes will be offered in the warm water therapy pool at the center. There are several different class options. 

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