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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.

  • 10/9/2015 HARMONY — Halloween Family Fun Fest is being held within Harmony Arboretum Demonstration Gardens Oct. 17 from 2:30 to 6 p.m. This free family-friendly event will provide opportunities to engage children with slightly spooky games and activities.
    The activities are geared toward younger children so are not frightening, but just spooky enough to keep families entertained. Helping maintain the fun, Halloween-like atmosphere, one of the features of the event will be a costume parade (no judging) at 5 for all youth who want to participate. Other activities include pumpkin decorating, a scavenger hunt, games, crafts and displays. Concessions will also be available. 

  • 10/8/2015 MARINETTE — The Women’s Giving Circle of Marinette & Menominee Counties awarded almost $5,000 in grants to local non-profit organizations and named Sarah Cherney Hanson recipient of its Queen Marinette Award.
    Awards were announced at the WGC annual gathering and awards ceremony on Sept. 24 at Little River Country Club. 

  • 10/8/2015 MENOMINEE — The DAR Boys & Girls Club will host a Healthy Michigan Today at the DAR Boys & Girls Club, 901 8th Ave., Oct. 15 from 3 to 6 p.m. Any club member or youth younger than 19, any senior citizen over the age of 55 and any direct family member of club members qualify for free screenings provided by Henry Ford Health Systems. Free screenings include: Body Mass Index (BMI), vision screening assessments and immunizations. 

  • 10/7/2015 Author’s note: This article was written the day before the tragic incident in Roseburg, Oregon. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all those affected by this tragedy.
    Our law enforcement officers leave their homes every day with two purposes: To serve and protect us. They accomplish these objectives in a multitude of ways, such as: enforcing the laws, saving lives, patrolling our streets and highways, responding to accidents, making sure drugs are not rampant in our communities and working to ensure the safety of us all. 

  • 10/7/2015 GREEN BAY — Wisconsin Public Service Foundation is once again accepting scholarship applications from students who live within the company’s service area and plan to attend technical or 4-year college programs. Scholarships are offered to students who are high school seniors or returning adults. One year honoree scholarships of up to $1,500 per year are awarded based upon outstanding academic achievement, leadership in school and community activities and financial need. 

  • 10/7/2015 U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Wisconsin Farm Service Agency (FSA) County Executive Director, Nancy Swenty reminds producers that USDA offers interim financing at harvest time to help producers meet cash flow needs without having to sell commodities when market prices are at harvest-time lows. The programs, known as Marketing Assistance Loans (MALs) and Loan Deficiency Payments (LDPs), were authorized by the 2014 Farm Bill for the 2014-’18 crop years. 

  • 10/6/2015 MARINETTE — The UW-Marinette Children’s Theatre will present “Disney’s Aladdin, Jr.,” a musical adventure filled with magic, mayhem and flying carpet rides that tells the fantastic tale of the street rat who became a prince. “Disney’s Aladdin, Jr.” opens Friday, at 7 p.m. on the Nancy Gehrke Stage in the Herbert L. Williams Theatre on the campus of UW-Marinette. 

  • 10/6/2015 MENOMINEE — Wild Rice Concerts presents “Four Shillings Short” Oct. 24, 8 p.m., at Riverside Golf Club, 3459 14th Ave. 

  • 10/5/2015 National 4-H Week is Oct. 4-10. A program of Michigan State University (MSU) Extension, Michigan 4-H is the largest youth development program in the state. Each year, the program provides more than 200,000 young people with opportunities to explore new interests, gain new knowledge, enhance their expertise and discover their passion while learning valuable life skills that prepare youth for the future. Helping to make this possible are caring volunteers who give their time and talents to lend a hand, provide guidance and answer life’s little questions along the way.  

  • 10/5/2015 Walk to School Day events emphasize the importance of issues such as increasing physical activity among children, pedestrian safety, traffic congestion, concern for the environment and to raise awareness of the need to create safer routes for walking and bicycling. The events also build connections between families, schools and the broader community. Walk to School Day events can also be the building blocks to establish routine walking routes to school. 

  • Trumpet soloist to kick off RCCA concerts
    10/3/2015 River Cities Concert Association presents their first concert of the 2015-2016 series. Jens Lindemann is coming to the area to play a concert with his backup trio at Blesch Auditorium Oct. 19, at 7 p.m. This concert is sponsored by Aurie and Glenn Feifarek, and Dr. Francisco and Heidi Gamez.
    Jens Lindemann is hailed as one of the most celebrated soloists in trumpet history, and was recently named “International Brass Personality of the Year,” by the Brass Herald. Lindemann has played in every major concert venue in the world, from the Philharmonics of New York, Los Angeles, London and Berlin to Tokyo and even the Great Wall of China. 

  • 10/2/2015 The Menominee County Bookmobile will be making the following stops for the month of October: 

  • 10/2/2015 MENOMINEE — Volunteers will be selling brats under a big yellow-and-white tent in front of the Menominee County Jail, 831 10th Ave., today from 6 a.m. to noon, or until 1,500 brats are sold. Look for the bright flashing lights near the Menominee County Courthouse. A $2 donation per brat is requested. Pre-sales can be ordered in advance by calling the jail, 906-863-4441, by fax, 906-863-2839, or email requests to Delivery is available to businesses. The proceeds from the brat sales benefit the Menominee County Shop with a Cop Program. Shop with a Cop is Dec. 5 at the M&M Plaza. 

  • 10/1/2015 HARMONY — Gardeners in the area can help prepare their gardens and perennial plants for winter. Some work now can help ensure good plant survival and health for next year, as well as having a lot of work done that individuals won’t need to do next spring when soil conditions are not as good. Gardeners can also maximize the quality and quantity of this year’s vegetable crops with proper storage techniques. 

  • 10/1/2015 MARINETTE — Members of the Marinette County Farm Bureau will hold their annual meeting Oct. 12, at 7:30 p.m. at Tradewinds Restaurant.
    All Farm Bureau members are encouraged to attend the meeting to help create policy resolutions and vote in elections for county board directors. The county’s voting delegates for the WFBF annual meeting in Wisconsin Dells, Dec. 5-7, will be selected. 

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