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  • 4/22/2017 MENOMINEE — The M&M Area Community Foundation recently awarded grants to 14 organizations throughout Marinette and Menominee counties. The funds were made available by generous contributions from community members to the Philanthropy Fund, which was established by the MMACF board of directors to support the needs of local nonprofit organizations.

  • Students advance in Wisconsin YES!
    4/22/2017 A statewide panel of judges have selected 24 entries to advance to Phase 2 of Wisconsin YES!, a youth business plan contest for students in middle school and high school, including two groups from Crivitz High School.
    Students submitted their science- and tech-based 250-word business summaries through the contest website, www.WisconsinYES.com, in April to compete in Phase 1. One hundred and forty-eight entries were received from around the state, a record number of entries since the inception of the contest.

  • 4/22/2017 MARINETTE — The UW-Marinette will host the 20th Annual Undergraduate Research and Performance Conference Friday.
    This program highlights student research and performance across the various areas of academia. The day will begin with a keynote address from Micah Thill, who has a doctorate in pharmacy and grew up in Peshtigo, where he attended high school and graduated in 2006. He received his associate’s degree from UW-Marinette in 2008; his bachelor’s degree in biochemistry in 2012 from UW-Madison and doctorate in pharmacy from UW-Madison in 2016.


  • 4/20/2017 MENOMINEE — The Peguero Sisters will share their music ministry April 29, at Community Covenant Church, 1123 13th St., at 6 p.m.
    The Peguero Sisters’ ministry began by taking a giant step — 2,100 miles to be exact. Relocated from their native country, the Dominican Republic, the Peguero Sisters, along with their mother and father, embarked on a journey that would change their lives forever.

  • 4/20/2017 MARINETTE — UW-Marinette will host a Challenger Multi-Sports Camp for a week-long half-day or full day option Aug. 7-11. The camp will run Monday through Friday, and each child will be coached by members of Challenger’s team of 1,100 British coaches flown to the U.S.A. exclusively to work on these programs. Challenger Sports will hold more than 3,500 camps this summer and will coach more than 130,000 players.


  • 4/19/2017 MARINETTE — The Marinette Market, sponsored by the City of Marinette, will begin June 2 in the Stephenson Island parking lot, from 2 to 6 p.m. Markets will continue through the end of October, weather permitting. Hours of operation include: Friday set up from, 1 to 2 p.m.; market hours are 2 to 6 p.m.; and tear down is from 6 to 7.

  • 4/19/2017 MENOMINEE — The Menominee Area Arts Council (MAAC) is honoring young artists at its annual Youth Art Exhibit at Spies Library gallery during the month of April. A reception for exhibitors, their art teachers and parents will be held at the Spies gallery Saturday, 10 a.m. to noon.
    The exhibit was installed and juried by MAAC artists and organized by Tammi Salewsky.

  • 4/18/2017 MARINETTE — The UW-Marinette Continuing Education department has announced a new Show Choir Camp scheduled this summer. The two-week day camp, taught by Nick Tellez, will be held in the Fine Arts Theatre Building on campus June 12-23, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • 4/17/2017 MARINETTE — Marinette Senior Center announces several upcoming classes at the center, 1603 Ludington St.


  • 4/14/2017 MARINETTE — The Marinette Lions Club is collecting used eyeglasses here, and then recycling them for distribution by Lions club members and other groups to third world countries.
    Lion President Terry Girard says, “Many people don’t realize the impact those old eyeglasses can have. When you donate those glasses, the Lions recycle them and fit them to a mother who’s never seen her child’s face or a father who can now work to improve life for his family or a child who can now go to school. Those eyeglasses are truly life changing and we need you to donate yours today.”

  • 4/14/2017 The Northern Poultry, Pigeon and Rabbit Club (NPPRC) announces it’s spring feather and fur swap season. The spring swap schedule will begin Saturday at the Marinette Farm and Garden in Marinette.

  • 4/14/2017 If you think of the cost of a college bachelor’s degree, usually what springs to mind is tuition and room and board, especially if you are staying away from home. However, there also are fees.
    All students in the University of Wisconsin System pay fees — or “segregated fees” as they are properly called. However, this year, there is a proposal in the state budget to make certain fees optional.


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