Church to host sauerkraut dinner

WALLACE — Gethsemane Lutheran Church, N6095 U.S. 41, will host its annual Sauerkraut Dinner Thursday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. There will be sauerkraut with pork and dumplings, mashed potatoes, corn casserole, sweet potato bake, rye bread, pies and beverages. The cost to attend is $10 for adults. Children 15 and younger eat for free. 

Free estate planning seminar offered

MENOMINEE — St. John Paul Academy will host a presentation about how to make charitable donation from a will and from a trust Oct. 29 at 6:30 p.m. in the gym of the school. 

Other questions that will be addressed include: What is a donor-advised charitable fund? Is there and advantage to make a charitable contribution directly from an IRA versus taking a personal distribution and then writing a check to the charity? Also, what is the advantage of making a direct stock donation to a charity rather than selling the stock and writing a check to the charity? What about changing the beneficiary of an unneeded life insurance policy to a named charity? Information to be provided by Joe Jones, Jones Law PLC Estate Attorney.

To RSVP, people may contact 906-863-3190 or

Vendor show to be held in December

MENOMINEE — The Menominee Forensic team will sponsor the 15th Holiday Fine Arts and Craft Show that is held in the Menominee High School cafeteria Dec. 7.

“We are really excited about the number of fine artists and crafters that have already registered for this year’s show,” said forensics’ coach Ron Jackson. “Every year the number increases, but we are always looking for more artists.”

If people are interested in receiving an application or information about the 2019-2020 Holiday Arts and Craft Show, they may contact Ron Jackson at Menominee High School or call and leave a message at 906-863-6092.

Literacy council receives Bibles

POUND — Living Waters Lutheran Church, 3007 Business U.S. 141, donated Bibles to the Marinette & Oconto Counties Literacy Council. Wanda Gappa presented Jan Glime with Bibles to be given to people she serves with in the literacy council in Coleman. Many of the people she works with are learning to read English and wanted to be able to read the bible, but did not own one. The church will also be hosting a painting class fundraiser Nov. 21 to help the literacy council with extra expenses.