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  • 2/27/2015 MENOMINEE — Michigan State University Extension will conduct an eight-hour ServSafe® recertification workshop for food-service managers and others responsible for preparing food for the public March 25, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The workshop will be held at the Menominee Intermediate School District Conference room, 1201 41st St. The course will include the ServSafe® Food Protection Manager Certification Examination. 

  • CN grant to fund Arbor Day project
    2/26/2015 MARINETTE — The City of Marinette Forestry Department has received a CN (Canadian National) grant for the amount of $1,500. Funds from this CN grant will be used in a special Arbor Day project that will enhance wildlife habitat, especially bird habitat along the cities walkway that follows the railroad tracks from Ella Court Street to Riverside Avenue. The city crews accomplished the first stage of this project by removing all non-native invasive plant species along this walk. This included plants such as Eurasian bush honeysuckle, buckthorn and garlic mustard.  

  • MAAC names RCCA 2015 honoree
    2/26/2015 MENOMINEE — Menominee Area Arts Council has named the River Cities Concert Association as their 2015 Honoree. Rebecca Wellens, co-president of MAAC, welcomed everyone to the MAAC seventh annual Beaux HeARTS Gala at Table 6, Feb. 21. 

  • 2/26/2015 MARINETTE — The Lord’s Diner is an evening meal program held every Wednesday from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, Pierce Avenue and University Drive. A variety of hot meals are served. 

  • 2/25/2015 MARINETTE — UW-Marinette Theatre on the Bay Artistic Director Rebecca Stone Thornberry has announced the cast and design staff for the upcoming comedy, “Becky’s New Car,” by Steven Dietz. 

  • 2/23/2015 CRIVITZ — Kids are invited to attend the tenth annual Sand Lake Conservation Camp at Camp Bird near Crivitz June 24-26. 

  • 2/21/2015 NLRC Tours is sponsoring three trips, the first being The Canadian Rockies Tour, Aug. 8-21, on a Westlund Motor Coach. Highlights will be sightseeing the Canadian Rockies, The Columbia Icefields, Lake Louise, Banff, “Head Smashed In” Buffalo Jump, Waterton Lakes National Park, Prince of Whales Hotel, with an overnight at the East Glacier Lodge. The group will travel the Going to the Sun Highway in the Red Jammer Buses that crest the Continental Divide at Logan Pass. 

  • 2/21/2015 MARINETTE — Bay Area Medical Center is offering a series of prepared childbirth classes in the month of March free of charge for expecting parents. Classes are held at Bay Area Medical Center and last between 2 to 2 1/2 hours. Classes are held in the Michigan/Superior Rooms in the lower level of the hospital. 

  • 2/20/2015 LENA — To help crop farmers put together a risk management game plan, UW-Extension of Oconto, Marinette and Florence Counties are offering a two-part workshop Thursday. These free, information-packed sessions will be held at the Lena Town Hall, at the intersection of Jagiello and Goatsville Roads, Northwest of Lena. The morning session will begin at 10 a.m., and the afternoon portion at 12:30 p.m. 

  • STAA’s Winterfest
    2/20/2015 MARINETTE — Winterfest featured a week of friendly competition and dress up days at Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy. Student council organized several activities for each day and wrapped up with a pep assembly Friday afternoon where the Winterfest court was announced.
    The theme for the dance on Saturday night was “Arabian Nights.” The décor was created by the art classes.
    The king and queen, Ryan Pullen and Molly Linczeski, were crowned during the Grand March and the court was presented. 

  • 2/19/2015 MARINETTE — Marinette Women’s Club met Feb. 4, at noon, at Little River Country Club, with Pat Rondeau, president, presiding. Raffle items were donated by Ruth Thielen and Darlene Baetke. Hostesses were Mary Bittner, Pat Pottratz and Sue Ochs. 

  • 2/18/2015 MARINETTE — Cheryl Schindler, community engagement specialist with Church World Service (CWS) will preach at Peace United Church of Christ, Tenth Street and Elizabeth Ave., Sunday. 

  • 2/17/2015 Experience Works, a national nonprofit organization, is helping low-income, unemployed people age 55 and older get the training they need to be successful.  
    The organization’s largest program, the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), is currently operating in 44 Wisconsin counties. This federally-funded program is providing a mix of training and services as a stepping stone to employment. 

  • 4-H held contest, festival
    2/17/2015 CRIVITZ — The Marinette County 4-H Speaking Contest and Music Festival were held at Crivitz High School Feb. 2. Participants in the Speaking Contest could enter original readings or readings from books or works of poetry. Public speaking is one of the most valuable skills youth members report learning through involvement in 4-H. 

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