Menominee K. of C. to hold potluck
MENOMINEE — Menominee Knights of Columbus Council 646 will hold its Family and Friends Potluck Thursday. All knights, families and friends are invited. Widows of knights are welcome. Persons are asked to bring a dish to pass, everything else will be provided.
Halloween Storytime to be held
STEPHENSON — The Friends of the Menominee County Library and the MSU Extension are sponsoring a Halloween Storytime at the library, Thursday, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Stories, more kooky than spooky, will be read by the 4-H Youth Council members. Treats will be served and everyone is welcome. For more information, persons may call the library, 906-753-6923.
Pancake-sausage breakfast to be held
HERMANSVILLE — The Floriano-Stecker-Kelly American Legion, post 340, is sponsoring an All-You-Can-Eat Pancake-Sausage Breakfast at the legion hall Sunday from 8 to 11 a.m. Its $6 for adults; $3 for children 6-12. Adults older than 90 and children 5 and younger are free. The menu includes: Scrambled eggs, french toast, pancakes, toast, coffee, orange juice, apple sauce and sausage.
Proceeds of the event go toward the community, veterans and legion activities. The public is invited.
NEW Concert Band to perform Sunday
MARINETTE — The Northeastern Wisconsin Concert Band will perform at the W.J. Jones Auditorium, Marinette High School, 2135 Pierce Ave., Sunday at 3:30 p.m. The volunteer organization includes school music educators and others who enjoy sharing music with the public from the Wisconsin counties of Brown, Marinette, Oconto, Shawano and the Michigan counties of Menominee and Dickinson.
Concert tickets will be available at the door at a cost of $5 for adults and $2 for students. The non-profit band is financed entirely from concert receipts, donations and sponsorships. For more information or if persons are interested in becoming a sponsor, they may visit the website, http://www.newconcertband.com.
NWTC to hold meeting for parents, seniors
PESHTIGO — Francesca Destache, financial adviser at NWTC, will give a presentation for seniors and parents on the “ins and outs” of financial aid for students attending universities and technical colleges in the Lecture Room at Peshtigo High School, Nov. 1 at 6 p.m.   
The speaker will also talk about recent trends that affect student financial aid and there will be a question and answer period following.
 Veterans service officer to hold hours
HERMANSVILLE — Menominee County Veterans service officer, Mike Dellisse, will hold office hours at the legion hall Nov. 1 from 1 to 3 p.m. Veterans or widows who need assistance, have claims, Agent Orange, headstones, grave markers or need information on the Oscar Johnson Veterans Administration Medical Center in Iron Mountain or the Michigan Trust Fund for Menominee County should see Dellisse. This is a free service. For more information, call toll free, 1-800-575-2876; or write to County Courthouse, 839 10th Ave., Menominee, MI, 49858.
MARSP group to meet Nov. 9
MENOMINEE — The Menominee County Chapter of the Michigan Association of Retired School Personnel (MARSP) will meet at the Little Nugget Clubhouse, East County Road 338, Carbondale, Nov. 9. Registration begins at 11 a.m. and a Harvest Dinner luncheon at a cost of $12, at noon. The program, presented by Sandy Gill about the 4-H therapeutic riding program, and a short business meeting will follow.
For late reservations or cancellations, persons should contact Linda Linczeski, 906-863-8892 or llinczeski@hotmail.com.
Project Give honored at conference
STEPHENSON — Project Give of Stephenson was among the outstanding volunteers honored recently during the ninth annual U.P. Service Awards program at the U.P. Nonprofit Conference, Northern Michigan University, Oct. 12.
The awards are given by Grow & Lead: Community and Youth Development to recognize exemplary volunteer efforts throughout the U.P.  Project Give received the award in the volunteer program category. The nonprofit company organizes and implements charitable projects, bringing together those who want to help and those who need it under its tagline, “Small Town United.”