October 25, 2012 RSS feed / Community

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Fill'er Up

In an effort to give back to the community, Big Bay de Noc students and staff will be collecting nonperishable foods, boxed dinners, cereal, and paper products to help people who may need to suppleme More...

Senior Center

Last Thursday, a “spooktacular” event was held at the Senior Center. If you got the chance to attend you saw witches, tall headed monsters and a variety of scary things floating around the room. More...

News from MAS

Congratulations to the Emeralds’ varsity football team! With their win over Harbor Springs last Friday, they have qualified for the 2012 High School Football Playoffs. The Emeralds will play the Calumet Copper Kings in Calumet at 7:30 p.m. More...

CBC seeks 3rd charity

MANISTIQUE – CBC is looking for eligible charities interested in being the 2013 designee. To qualify, a charity does not need to reside in Schoolcraft County, but needs to serve Schoolcraft County residents. More...

In search of history

MANISTIQUE – Can you help?  The Schoolcraft County Historical Society is seeking help in recording the county’s history by donating or lending photographs or artifacts from the past.  Activities of interest include:  • More...

Center to offer basket class

MANISTIQUE – The Lake Effect Arts of Manistique will offer a basket-making class on Dec. 8. Class participants will make a tall basket, big enough to hold two bottles of wine or one bottle and a baguette.  More...

100 years young

A life time of stories, to be exact. On Nov. 5, John Potvin will have the opportunity to say he has 100 years of stories he could share. More...

News Briefs

Harvest dinner to take place in Nahma   NAHMA – St. Andrew’s Catholic Church will hold its annual harvest dinner and bazaar Oct. More...

VA caregiver support program available

IRON MOUNTAIN – People who provide crucial support in caring for seriously injured veterans are known as caregivers. More...

‘Bells for Hospice’ set

MANISTIQUE – November is National Hospice Month and on Nov. 1, at noon Schoolcraft Memorial HomeCare and Hospice staff, volunteers and community members will gather at Triangle Park to ring the bells for Hospice.  More...

Club plans candy sale

MANISTIQUE – The GFWC Manistique Women’s Club is again offering its Terri Lynn candy and nuts. More...

Bay musical set

ESCANABA – The Tony Award winning musical, AVENUE Q, will soon be presented in the Besse Center Theatre at Bay College. The adult-themed spoof on Sesame Street has been playing on and off-Broadway for eight years. More...