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  • GFWC gathering  features canine officers
    1/20/2017 MENOMINEE — The Jan. 4, General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC) gathering featured a presentation by the Menominee County Canine Officers. Sergeant Tina Nast with her Canine Officer Avery and Deputy Tom Draze with his Canine Officer Brix gave a brief report of numerous cases they have been involved in over the years.

  • 1/19/2017 MENOMINEE — Community Action Agency’s annual Walk for Warmth campaign is in full swing with the walk scheduled for Feb. 25, at 10 a.m. This annual fundraiser helps neighbors in Menominee County with heating assistance. Individuals, businesses, youth groups, churches and service clubs are encouraged to participate.

  • 1/16/2017 LENA — Crop margins are projected to be extremely tight in 2017, especially in less predictable production areas. Tight margins create both challenges and opportunities as producers prepare for the 2017 cropping season. UW-Extension of Marinette, Florence and Oconto Counties are sponsoring a workshop designed to help producers analyze crop budgets as they make crop rotation, crop insurance coverage and management practice decisions.
    The event is being held at the Lena Town Hall, 6087 Goatsville Road, Thursday, at 9:45 a.m.


  • Menominee BPA headed to state
    1/14/2017 ESCANABA, Mich. — Hundreds of business professionals, still in high school, descended upon Bay College to demonstrate business management, marketing and technology skills, network with others, and be honored for their hard work. The business professionals in attendance at this conference are still in high school. Student members of the Menominee Chapter of Business Professionals of America showed their skills at the 2017 Regional Leadership Conference held Jan. 6.

  • 1/14/2017 The M&M Area Community Foundation announces they are accepting applications for grants from the Philanthropy Fund. This fund is intended to support projects, throughout Marinette and Menominee Counties, which are specifically designed to “Pay It Forward.” For example, in 2016 the Foundation partnered with the Crivitz Area Youth Group to provide funding for students to serve as camp counselors for people with disabilities at Camp Daniel. A grant was also provided to the Growing Gardens Together project for seeds and plants for local gardens. The produce they grow is then distributed to local nonprofits.

  • 1/13/2017 Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy will host open houses in January for interested families. The elementary open house will be held Jan. 17th, from 5:30 to 7 p.m., at the campus in Peshtigo. Visitors will be able to tour the classrooms, meet teachers and receive information about programs from Pre-K3 to fifth grade.

  • 1/13/2017 The M&M Area Community Foundation (MMACF) announces the establishment of the 1967 Menominee Basketball State Championship Scholarship Fund into its family of endowments.
    The scholarship fund was started by Bill Jones III and Bob Johnson, two members of the championship team, on behalf of the cheerleaders, coaches, staff and team as a legacy to the M&M community.

  • 1/13/2017 MENOMINEE — Respite Care of Marinette and Menominee Counties will hold the annual All Things Chocolate fundraiser Feb. 9, from 4:30 to 7 p.m., at Riverside Golf Club, 3459 14th Ave. The event features area vendors who present their chocolate specialty for guests. There will also be door prizes, drawings and a silent auction.

  • 1/11/2017 The AARP Tax Aide Program is again offering free tax help for senior citizens and low income taxpayers.
    This year, the sessions will be held at the Stephenson Public Library, Marinette, for Wisconsin taxpayers, and the Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Menominee, for Michigan taxpayers.

  • 1/10/2017 MARINETTE — The Opera for the Young (OFTY) company will present an adaptation of Donizetti’s, “The Elixir of Love,” Jan. 17, at Garfield Elementary at 9:30 a.m., and at Merryman Elementary at 1:30 p.m., and at Park Elementary Jan. 18, at 9:30 a.m. The performances last approximately an hour, and the public is invited to attend. Attendees must check into the school office before attending the performance in the gym.

  • 1/10/2017 The first quarter of 2017 will host activities in the Mini-Vinnie, Youth and Young Vincentian conferences.

  • 1/10/2017 MARINETTE — Bay Area Medical Center’s Volunteer Services work to raise funds for the BAMC Wish List through a variety of activities each year. To help meet their mission of enhancing the hospitals image and providing an extra dimension of care and services, volunteers are active all year long in raising funds for the Wish List.

  • 1/10/2017 The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT) has donated $6,000 to fund an additional 16-week session for the Tri-City Area United Way of Marinette, Menominee and Oconto County’s Getting Ahead Program during 2017.

  • 1/7/2017 CRIVITZ — Students at Crivitz Elementary School have been receiving therapy dog services since mid-November. Jo Sorensen and Captain are a pet partner team. They are allowed to enter schools, nursing homes, hospitals and hospice agencies to assist people in various ways.


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