Special to the EagleHerald
From left: Caden Genrich, Bryce Gamelin, Keeley Danielczak and Isabella Bales, bag groceries at Jack's Fresh Market on Cleveland Avenue Dec. 21 as a part of a community service project.
Special to the EagleHerald

From left: Caden Genrich, Bryce Gamelin, Keeley Danielczak and Isabella Bales, bag groceries at Jack's Fresh Market on Cleveland Avenue Dec. 21 as a part of a community service project.

Dog obedience training classes available

MARINETTE —  Tri-County Dog Training Academy will begin their dog obedience classes Jan. 7 at the Marinette Armory, 2000 Mary St. The academy offers three levels of classes; Puppy at 6 p.m., Beginner at 7 p.m. and Advanced at 8 p.m.

Advanced registration is suggested as classes fill up. Orientation will take place at 7 p.m. with registration starting at 6:30. Dogs do not attend orientation night. Classes with dogs will begin Jan. 14.

If people have any inquiries, they may call 906-792-5989 or visit us at www.tricountydog.org. People can also find them on Facebook.

Middle school students bag groceries

MARINETTE — As part of a community service project, seventh- and eighth-grade Marinette Middle Student Council members bagged groceries at Jack's Fresh Market on Cleveland Avenue Dec. 21. Eighth-graders Keely Danielczak and Brody Nerat headed the committee for this project and Kelly Francour is their adviser. 

The students who participated were seventh graders: Isabella Bales, Allison Tickler, Gianna Davis, Geogianna Grandaw, Abby Hanson and Madison Sherwood; and eight-graders: Keeley Danielczak, Bryce Gamelin, Caden Genrich, Savanah Lacombe, Hana Baumler and Trinity Mosur. 

Editor's note: A picture of some of the students bagging groceries can be seen on our website, ehextra.com.

Quilter's announce January schedule

MARINETTE — Our Savior's Lutheran quilter’s group will have the January meetings of their regular winter schedule on Thursday and Jan. 16. The group will meet at the church hall, 1600 University Drive, at 8 a.m.

Volunteers are welcome. The work, as in the past season, will include jobs for a variety of talents, sewing and non-sewing. The finished quilts are donated to local charities and the Lutheran World Relief. Donations of material are welcome.

If people would like information about the schedule or to do sewing at home, people may call Our Savior’s office at 715-735-3101.