Amberg Community Center, Grant Street, Amberg, WI, United States
Memorial Day Dinner – served following the memorial day services (around noon)
Amberg Community Center - Amberg, WI
May 29, 2017
Sponsored by the Amberg Evangelical Presbyterian church
If you need anything more, please call 715-759-5640
Pembine Elementary School, Sauld Street, Pembine, WI, United States
Pembine's Got Talent, Wednesday, May 31st at 7pm at Pembine Elementary Gym
Do those in the Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine community have a special talent that you want to showcase in front of the whole school and community? Can you sing, dance, play an instrument, lip sync, or perform a funny sketch or forensics piece? Well, the Mike Bryant Staff Talent Show needs you! We are doing a traditional talent show open to all students, all staff, and all community members. $3 for student and $5 for adults to perform in the show. Cash prizes for 1st-3rd place. Pembine's Got Talent airs LIVE, Wednesday, May 31 at 7pm in the small gym, complete with a panel of judges AND live voting for your favorite acts. Admission to the show is $5 for adults and $3 for students. So consider auditioning, spread the word, and definitely come Wednesday, May 31 at 7pm for Pembine's Got Talent. All proceeds of the event go to Senior scholarships. Awesome raffle prizes are available, too. Please contact Vince Czahor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-324-5314 ext. 302 if you are interested in auditioning.
Caspian – June 1, 2017 is the official opening day for the Iron County Historical Museum. The feature program for the evening will be Mrs. Brenda Grubbs 3rd Grade Class from West Iron County Schools, presenting reports they have researched and written on Iron County notables. Some of the notables include, Rudy Baumgartner (Dairy), Albert Holm (NASA), Angeli Family, Chet & Ginny Benson, Chief Edwards & Pentoga, Chuck Greenlund and many more. The program will begin at 6pm and is open to the public. Admission free, however donations are always accepted. Refreshments will be served after.
Florence Town Rummage and Sidewalk Sale
June 3, 2017 from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Rummage Sales will be held all over the Florence and surrounding areas, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. Watch for signs as you drive thru Florence on US Hwy. 2. Maps will be available at local businesses. Tables will be also set up where Market Days is held in the park. The Florence Geology Club will hold a Rock Swap and Sale in the Community Center Pavillion. Lunch specials will also be available.
Thirsty Whale Bar & Grill, U.S. 2, Norway, MI, United States
The James “Harvey” Moore Memorial Volleyball Tournament will take place beginning at noon on Sunday, June 4, 2017 at The Thirsty Whale in Norway, MI. This tournament will benefit Holy Spirit Catholic School.
Those among you who knew “Harvey” knew his love of children, giving back to the community, and sports, and couldn’t help but notice his ability to light up a room just by walking in. Harv loved playing volleyball at The Thirsty Whale, and did so for years. He once asked Paula Pieropon, the proprietor of The Thirsty Whale, “Who’s the oldest player in the league?” Paula laughed and told him, “It’s been you for years!” He happily re-told that story many times!
Come out in Harvey’s honor and play at our Co-ed 6’s volleyball tournament to benefit Holy Spirit Catholic School, because Jim was always committed to giving back to the community.
Registration is a minimum $75 per team, but you are encouraged to secure additional sponsors in $75 increments. The team with the most sponsors will win a free meal at The Thirsty Whale. You may pre-register your team by calling Paula at (906) 563-2004 or (906) 563-5466. Registration fees are due the day of the event.
The event will also feature a Basket Raffle and 50/50 Raffle. You will be able to view the baskets at the school (Monday-Friday 7:30am-3:30pm), or online on The Thirsty Whale and Holy Spirit Catholic School’s facebook pages after May 15th. Advance raffle tickets will be available for purchase at Holy Spirit during school hours, as well as after Mass at St. Mary’s and St. Barbara’s Churches on May 20/21 and May 27/28, 2017.
While the tournament is happening, there will be food and beverages available. We will be offering hotdogs, brats, turkey dressing sandwiches, pulled pork, chips, soda, and adult beverages. There will also be youth competitions for special prizes.
You do not need to be on a team to come and enjoy the fun. Come out one and all, and be like Harv--support your community and have a great time at The Thirsty Whale!
Timberstone Golf Course, Iron Mountain, MI, United States
Thursday, June 8th, 2017 at Timberstone Golf Course
Each June, the Dickinson Area Chamber Alliance organizes a golf scramble at TimberStone Golf Course in Iron Mountain. Players enjoy a day of golf and networking and dinner and prizes in the evening. More information will be posted once the event approaches.
Proceeds from this event are used to manage member benefits and develop new programs and materials to further our mission to enhance the quality of life in our community by supporting and promoting economic growth. This fundraiser has also allowed for us to not increase membership dues for the past 12 years
At this event, we award scholarships to attend Bay De Noc Community College West Cam-pus only; traditional and non-traditional, to local high school and community college students. The number of scholarships given each year depends on the number of local businesses that donate.
For more information as it becomes available - click here!
Evergreen Heights Retirement Community, just off Westwood Ave., Kingsford MI
THE PARKINSON SOCIETY, a support group for Parkinson’s Disease patients, care partners, their families and friends will meet on Thursday, June 8, from 10:00 to 1:00 at the Activity Center at Evergreen Heights Retirement Community on Mary’s Way, just off of Westwood Ave. Please note that the meeting is not at the Presbyterian Church because of Vacation Bible School.
The meeting will begin with a meet and greet at 10:00, music and exercises at 10;45, and general business at 11:00 . Among the discussion items will be the July summer picnic, the presentation in Menominee at the Riverside Golf Club by Dr. Nausieda, a nationally known Parkinson’s expert speaking on Living Well With Parkinson’s Disease. This presentation will be held on June 15. Those wishing to car pool to Menominee will be asked to contact Pauline.
We will also report on the progress of our own symposium to be held on September 22. Helpers will be needed for various activities on that date.
The program on June 8 at Evergreen will be presented by Jill Ellis and Jeff Gurchinoff of JUICE PLUS titled “Juice Plus equals Good Health”.
Also on the program will be Natasha Maule of UP REHAB SERVICES talking about “Boxing as exercise in relation to Parkinson’s.
Two good presentations to peak your interest. Come and join the support group for support, education, fun and healthy living. Lunch will be served after the presentations.
This meeting is open to all Parkinson’s Disease patients and their families, friends, and caregivers. You do not need to be a member to attend. All are welcome.
For more information, contact Pauline at 774-0332 or 906-360-5331
Iron Mountain High School, West B Street, Iron Mountain, MI, United States
Children's Talent Show... U.P. Idol
Pre-K to Grade 2... Grades 3 - 6... Grades 7 - 12.
Cash prizes awarded for all age groups.
$1 admission tickets sold at the door.
Kiwanis concession stand in hallway: Hot Dogs, Popcorn...
Great Start Children's Museum Exhibits in Hallway.
Click here for registration form.
Sign up deadline is Friday, May 26th at Noon.
Elderly Services of Marinette County & the Northwood’s Senior Café & CenterOpen House!Friday, June 9, 2017 from 10:00 a.m to 1:00 p.m.
Stop in to see our new location and expanded Senior Center!
Food – Refreshments – Cash Raffle - Prizes