Family and friends potluck to be held
MENOMINEE — The Menominee Knights of Columbus will hold a family and friends potluck at Holy Redeemer Parish Hall, W5541 Birch Creek Road No 6., Thursday at 5:30 p.m. All Knights, widows of Knights, family and friends are welcome. Attendees are reminded to bring a dish to pass and everything else will be furnished.
Menominee County Dems to host event
HERMANSVILLE — The Menominee County Dems will host a coffee hour for Dana Nessel, Attorney General candidate, at the Wildwood Restaurant, W5376 U.S. 2, Tuesday at 9 a.m.
There will also be a fundraiser/campaign kick-off for Bob Romps, candidate for the 108, at 1201 Sheridan Road, Escanaba, Mich., Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. EST. The public is invited and encouraged to bring a friend. For more information, persons may contact Mari Negro, Chair of Menominee Dems, 906-869-6336.
Our Savior’s to hold fireside potluck
MARINETTE — Our Savior’s Lutheran fireside potluck fellowship dinner will be held in the church hall, Pierce Avenue and University Street, Sunday at 4:30 p.m. as the Rev. Dale Skogman, the guest speaker, presents narratives from “Stories of the UP” from a 391-page anthology of tales filled with humor, pathos, tragedy and true grit. The potluck dinner will follow at 5:30 p.m. and attendees are encouraged to bring a dish to pass. For more information, persons may call the church office, 715-735-3101.
Local chapter of pain group to meet
MENOMINEE —The Menominee/Marinette Chapter of the American Chronic Pain Association will meet at Spies Public Library, 940 1st St., Monday and every Monday at 10 a.m. The group is a nonprofit, self-help group designed to teach people who live with chronic pain how to reduce the impact that pain has on their working and personal lives. All are welcome.
For those who wish to meet but are not available during daytime hours, but may be interested in evening meetings and more information, persons may call Tina Oman, 715-596-0007.
Cake decorating class offered
MARINETTE — UW-Marinette Continuing Education Department is offering a two-night cake decorating class, on the campus, 750 W Bay Shore St., March 6 and 13 at 6 p.m. Marissa Axtell, from Marissa’s Country Kitchen, will teach how to stack, frost and decorate cakes and cupcakes. Persons interested in cake decorating or who want to improve their skills are urged to attend.
The class cost $39 and participants are required to bring an unfrosted 8-inch cake or 12 unfrosted cupcakes to the second class. For more information and to register, persons may call 715-735-4300, ext. 4342, or visit