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Wednesday, June 12, 2013 • 128th Year, Number 42 • Iron River Publications, Inc. P.O. Box 311, Iron River, Michigan 49935

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Busy schedule set for Father’s Day weekend IRON RIVER—A full weekend of activities is in store this weekend, as the eighth annual Father’s Day Weekend takes place in Iron River. The Iron County Pullers Association is in charge of the busy slate of events, which includes: --A truck pull on Friday night. --The second annual Sale Trail on Saturday. --The classic car parade Saturday afternoon. --A demo derby Saturday night. --The annual auto show and arts and crafts show on Sunday. The Friday night truck pull and Saturday night demo derby are held in front of the grandstand at the Iron County Fairgrounds, several blocks north of U.S. 2 in Iron River— turn north on Seventh Avenue. Sunday’s events are on the upper level of the fairgrounds, near the exhibit buildings and the rotunda. Here is the schedule: Friday, June 14: The big event is the truck pull, which is run by the Pullers Association in front of the fairgrounds grandstand. Weigh-in and registration is from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Spicer Trucking, on West U.S. 2. The drivers’ meeting is at 5:30, and the pulling starts at 6. Trucks will pull a weight sled for distance, with entries in a number of classes, broken down by weight, engine size and whether the truck is stock

or modified. Saturday, June 15: The second annual Sale Trail opens a busy day. It’s a citywide garage sale and flea market, including Iron River, Caspian and Gaastra, running from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call the Chamber of Commerce office, at 265-3822, for more information or go to www.iron. org. The annual “cruise” by the classic cars and trucks will be featured in the mid afternoon. The cars will meet at the Krist Oil parking lot on M-189 at 2 p.m. The cruise starts at 3 p.m. and passes through downtown Iron River, Stambaugh and Caspian before returning to Iron River. Don’t forget your cameras—the cars of yesteryear are always crowdpleasers. The always-popular demo derby wraps up the busy Saturday. All the action takes place in front of the fairgrounds grandstand, and it is always one of Iron County’s most popular events. All demo drivers must register by June 13. Call 906-284-1713 for more information. The pits open at 2 p.m., and a drivers’ meeting takes place at 5, with the first race starting promptly at 6. Plan ahead! Demo derbies always draw capacity crowds, so don’t get caught in a long line when the action starts. Arrive early for a good seat; organizers try to start the show Continued on page 5

View and buy Reporter photos IRON RIVER—The Iron County Reporter has added a new feature to its website. The Photo Gallery has been updated to allow for the purchase of prints and photo gift items. Photos albums are arranged on the website by name of local and sporting events from the Iron County area. Each album contains photos taken by the Reporter staff during the event. Even though many of the images were not printed in the newspaper, they are available to view and purchase. Any of the images in the photo gallery can be made into prints of a variety of sizes as well as larger canvas-style prints. Photo images can also be made into merchandise, such as mugs, T-shirts and even playing cards, just to name a few of the options. At the moment, we

have photo albums in the gallery from Memorial Day ceremonies and parades across the county, West Iron County and Forest Park graduation ceremonies and the U.P. track finals. As events take place, we will update the photo gallery. To view photos, go to www. i ro n c o u n t y re p o r t e r. c o m . Click on the button that says “Photo Gallery, View and Buy Photos.”

Apartment project under way

Those involved with planning, investing and constructing the Apple Blossom Apartments, located on Cayuga Street in Iron River take part in the groundbreaking ceremony on June 5. Standing with shovels ready are, from left, Marcus Ringnalda of Wolverine Building; Terry Tarsi, Iron River

mayor; Tim Hovey, president of the Gryphon Group; Marty Richardson of Lake Michigan Financial Corp.; Kirk Schott of the Michigan State Senate; Jim Gibula, Downtown Development Authority chairman; Jason Blain of the Bank of Northern Michigan; and Barry Polzin, architect.

David Lee Murphy headlines Miss Iron this year’s U.P. Rodeo concert County IRON RIVER—The Upper Peninsula Championship Rodeo will welcome country music artist David Lee Murphy to the Iron County Fair Grounds as the headliner of the fifth annual rodeo concert here Friday, July 19. Murphy, a singer and songwriter, made his first appearance on the Billboard country charts in 1994 with “Just Once,” a song from the soundtrack to the film “8 Seconds.” A year later, Murphy’s debut album “Out with a Bang” was released; overall, it produced four chart singles. He followed with the albums “Gettin’ Out the Good Stuff” (1996) and “We Can’t All Be Angels” (1997). A fourth album, “Tryin’ to Get There”, was released in 2004, including the Top 5 single “Loco.” Murphy’s four albums produced a total of 13 singles on the country charts, including the No. 1 hit “Dust on the Bottle” from 1995 and four more Top 10 hits. Although he has not recorded since 2004, Murphy has co-written several singles for other artists, including No. 1 hits “Living in Fast Forward” for Kenny Chesney, “Big Green Tractor”

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David Lee Murphy for Jason Aldean and “Are You Gonna Kiss Me or Not” for Thompson Square. Murphy has sold over 500,000 records according to the Recording Industry Association of America. Opening at the rodeo will be a local group, Pyramid. According to band member Doug Budzak, “The band was formed in 1974, shortly after the band Tree had disbanded. Original band members were Dave Regozzi (lead vocals), Bob Turbessi (bass, vocals), Scott Radloff (drums), Paul Sundquist (guitar, vocals),

Doug Budzak (guitar, keyboards, vocals) and Kim Upperstrom (lights). “Regozzi left the band in early 1975. Paul Sundquist left for college in fall, leaving us with four members. They went with that lineup until early 1976, when Rich Soronen joined on lead guitar. He left in August 1976, and the final Pyramid lineup had Rich Sarber on lead guitar and Melody Timbrook on vocals. That line up performed from September through December 1976.” Continued on page 5

IRON RIVER—The Iron County Fair is looking for high school girls to run for Miss Iron County this summer. This event is open to Iron County young ladies who are at least 15 years of age by Aug. 1. Activities before the fair include meetings with all applicants, pizza night and a parents’ dinner. The event will take place on Thursday, Aug. 15, and will include speeches, judges’ interviews and the allanticipated crowning of the 2013 Miss Iron County. Each contestant must find a sponsor, and the fee for each sponsor is $75. The fee includes the pizza supper, dinner and the business’ name printed on a sash. The crowned queen also wins a $500 scholarship sponsored by the Iron County Fair. Please call Ruth Lopez 265-5422; Carol Callovi, 906-367-1607; or Dorothy Javoroski, 265-4486, to get an application.

Flag Day Cub and Boy Scouts perform a ceremonial flag-folding during a Flag Day event June 9 at the Veterans Memorial in Iron River. Scoutmaster Mark Stauber talked about the meaning of each fold. Later, a veterans honor guard fired a salute to Old Glory.

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100+ Women Who Care meet to support local charities

Chandra Ziegler (left) and Joyce Ziegler sign in with Lindsey Anderson to the 100+ Women Who Care event held on Wednesday, May 22, at George Young Recreational Complex on Chicaugon Lake. They are registering as part of the Crystal Falls Contemporary Center’s team and the Forest Park School team that are pledging funds toward the program. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 21, at George Young Recreational Complex. Any women wishing to join may show up for registration at 5 p.m.

Volunteers Hannah Goodman, Sandy Weesner, Margie Surface, Lindsey Anderson, Jenn Blank, Tahoney Anderson, Michelle Chernach, Lynn Fish, Laura Frizzo and Dawn Pisoni are the women who made this event possible. Together they form the steering committee for the 100+ WWC of Iron County. A total of 78 women gathered to listen to the speeches prepared by each of the three chosen non-profit organizations: the Kinship program, Crystal Falls Contemporary Center and the Iron County Cancer Unit. The speeches will help the woman choose which organization to vote for because only one organization will win the donation made by the women of Iron County. Out of 137 members, 78 were present at the first meeting.

The Bearded Apple helps area one cup of coffee at a time

Oncology nurses, from left, Michelle Chernach, Sadie Holm, Jackie Wiegand and Gwen Lemke, made a presentation on behalf of the Iron County Cancer Unit. The ICCU was voted to receive the donations from the 100+ Women Who Care. The donation will go towards bettering the lives of cancer patients in Iron County by providing hospice, wigs, hospital beds and much more. The ICCU won a total of $4,675.

Porter School Farmers Market looks for vendors ALPHA—Participating in the Porter School Farmers Market is a great way for local farmers, hobby gardeners and crafters to promote Iron County. “We are looking for area farmers to help showcase what agricultural products are grown and raised in Iron County,” said a spokesman, “as well as hand-crafted creations. “We will have table space available for anyone willing to sell locally grown produce or products from their farm and/ or kitchen under the Cottage Industry guidelines set by the Michigan Department of Agriculture. “ The Porter School Farmers Market is scheduled to open Saturday, June 15, in the village of Alpha. Market days are every Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon, rain or shine. The cost of a space under the market stand is $5 for the day or $60 for the season, which runs until

about the end of September. Anyone interested in participating can pick up an information packet, which includes vendor agreements, at the Alpha General Store. If you have questions or need more information, feel free to call Maureen Elson at 284-0661 or email mce459@yahoo.com.

IRON RIVER—A new business has opened in Iron River at the top of Stambaugh Hill. The Bearded Apple is a non-profit cooperative coffee shop that wants to revitalize Iron County one cup of coffee at a time. On Wednesday, June 12, there will be an open house with doors opening at 5 a.m. Glen Waarvik, executive director of the Bearded Apple cooperative, said it all started with the 2008 economic downturn, when it became apparent that the promise of the American dream of hope and prosperity was coming apart. The idea for the Bearded Apple came from several years of exploring different options and ideas about the way an economy functions. “What was needed was a marriage of the lessons of the past with the hope of the future in a way that would shift the focus from simply individual gratification to a community thriving. This is what the Bearded Apple is implementing,” said Waarvik Being a nonprofit, the funds that come into The Bearded Apple pay all the bills and payroll. The remaining funds go into a revolving fund that will assist other individuals in Iron County in starting small, local businesses.

As a cooperative The Bearded Apple is owned and run jointly by its members, who are individuals from the community who share the desire for change. “Becoming a member of the cooperative is easy,” said Waarvik and the cooperative. “Any individual can join through monetary investments or by volunteering their time. If we want to see Iron County thriving again, we need to look to ourselves because as local individuals we know the issues with our economy. The Bearded Apple is for the benefit of the community, run by the community and successful because of the community’s involvement.” The open house hours are from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Regular hours at the coffee shop are Monday, Wednesday through

Benefit bake sale for Jayni Angeli set IRON RIVER—A cancer benefit for Jayni Angeli, daughter of Rhonda and Everett Angeli, will be held this Saturday, June 15, at AmericInn Hotel in Iron River. The bake sale starts at 10 a.m. and continues until all the baked goods are done. Jayni is undergoing chemo

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‘Caspian’ revue will

be staged June 20 CASPIAN—The Iron County Museum Players will perform the “Caspian: The Caring City” revue on Thursday, June 20, at the Iron County Historical Museum starting at 7 p.m. Tickets are now available at the museum in Caspian and

the Chamber of Commerce office in Iron River. Tickets are $8 per seat, and seating is limited. The “Caspian: The Caring City” revue will be a radio dramatization of the early history of the village, spanning the

Amasa duck, slogan winners annoucned

AMASA—The winners of the Amasa 125th Committee Duck Race, sponsored by Amasa Historical Society and held on Memorial Day, have been announced. First place was Lisa Woods, second 2nd place was Dicky Maki and third place was Lorna Willis. The committee is planning another Duck Race for the Fourth of July at Hematite Township Park at 11:30 a.m.: first place, $100; second place, $75; third place, $50. There will be 200 ducks to be sold for that race. Raffle tickets for the duck race will be available for sale soon, and the committee will also be selling ducks on the day of race. Raffle tickets will be available for sale at Tall Pines, Horseshoe Bar, Rusty Sawblade, US-2 Rental and

Free kids’ lunches available IRON RIVER—Free summer lunches are available for kids at Stambaugh Elementary School on weekdays now through July 19. The lunches are available at Stambaugh Elementary School, 700 Washington Ave., from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, call Kim Busakowski at 265-5218.

from individual committee members. The Amasa 125th Committee also announced winners of 2016 celebration slogan contest. Candy Soderena won for “1891-2016: 125 years in between” and Susan Kenney and Dale Heimerl won for “Amasa’s the Scene in 2016.” The slogan contest winners will see their slogan featured on merchandise, and also each person won two tickets for the train ride that will be in Amasa during the July 1-4, 2016, celebration of Amasa’s 125 birthday.

VBS planned June 25 to 28 CRYSTAL FALLS—Christ United Methodist and United Lutheran churches have teamed up to the offer youth in the community a chance to attend Vacation Bible School June 25 to 28 from 9 a.m. to noon at Christ United Methodist Church. This year’s cowboy theme is “Avalanche Ranch.” Each morning will be filled with music, Bible lessons, games, crafts and snacks. All youths in the area from 5 to 11 years old are welcome to take part, no matter what church you attend or don’t attend. To register, call 8756591 or 875-3123 or email unitedluth@up.net or cumc@ up.net.

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period from the late 1890s to 1933. Several historic figures (portrayed by members of the community) will be on stage to describe their role in the formation of the village from their own individual perspective. Among the historic figures to appear: Charles Lawrence, Caspian Mine superintendent and first president of the village; George Novak, pioneer resident and member of the village council; Dr. Robert White, doctor for the mining companies and community practitioner; and Father Albert Treilles, pastor of St. Cecilia Church during the 1920s. The rvue will feature special entertainment performed by the music group the CaspiaNetties. The “Caspian: The Caring City” revue is a fund-raiser for the Iron County Museum. The city of Caspian and Caspian DDA are providing financial support for the revue.

The Westerly Winds will perform at the Crystal Theatre on Sunday, June 16, at 3 p.m. as part of the “Gem of a Season” package.

Westerly Winds Big Band concert CRYSTAL FALLS—The Crystal Theatre will welcome back the Westerly Winds Big Band on Sunday, June 16, at 3 p.m. Comprised of 18 musicians mostly from Marquette County, the band specializes in jazz from the Swing Era of the ‘30s and ‘40s. Their rep-

Two new members on CF Site Council CRYSTAL FALLS—The Crystal Falls Senior Center held its annual meeting on May 15. Two new site council members were elected: Duane Lortie, local businessman and resident, and Diane Ross, newcomer to Crystal Falls from Missouri and anxious to become acquainted with the local people. Letters of resignation were received from Betsy Hagberg, of the council board, and from Gerri Spisak, past president who has been a member of the board for over 40 years and past president for four years. Other officers elected were: JoAnn VanderWall, president; Dennis Divoky, vice president; Diane Ross, secretary; and Helen Beck, treasurer. The site council holds its monthly meetings of the third Wednesday of the month at 3 p.m.

They are open to the public. The council also holds an educational meeting once a month on items of interest to seniors. The center hosts a card party on the first Sunday of the month at 1 p.m. with light refreshments. Hosts for the June 1 party are Helen Beck and Diane Ross. The public is invited. Meals are served at noon on Monday and Tuesday, and an evening meal is served on Wednesday, starting with salad bar at 4:30 p.m. Reservations are appreciated for all meals by calling 875-6709, to be sure enough food is prepared. Meals are only $4 donation and are UPCAP dietitian-approved. You may also call if you are a shut-in and would like to receive “meals on wheels.” Call to learn more about home delivery.

Thank You - Thank You to my wonderful family for hosting such an awesome “surprise” 80th Birthday Party for me! To all who came from near and far to celebrate with gifts, cards, hugs and good wishes. To the many who sent cards, gifts and greeted me when I was out and about, the phone calls and visits. To Frank and Dennis for the great music. Thank you all for your continued friendship and love throughout these 80 wonderful years. Thank you Dennis, Dean and Dave. R07 6/12

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the Argus II Retinal Prosthesis System, the first implanted device to treat adult patients with advanced retinitis pigmentosa (RP). The device, which includes a small video camera, transmitter mounted on a pair of eyeglasses, video processing unit (VPU) and an implanted retinal prosthesis (artificial retina), replaces the function of degenerated cells in the retina (a membrane inside the eye) and may improve a patient’s ability to perceive images and movement. The VPU transforms images from the video camera into electronic data that is wirelessly transmitted to the retinal prosthesis. RP is a rare genetic eye condition that damages the lightsensitive cells that line the retina. In a healthy eye, these cells change light rays into electrical impulses and send them through the optic nerve to the area of the brain that assembles the impulses into an image. In people with RP, the light-sensitive cells slowly degenerate resulting in gradual loss of side vision and night vision, and later of central vision. The condition can lead to blindness. “This new surgically implanted assistive device provides an option for patients who have lost their sight to RP – for whom there have been no FDA-approved treatments,” said Jeffrey Shuren, M.D., director of the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health. “The device may help adults with RP who have lost the ability to perceive shapes and movement to be more mobile and to perform day-to-day activities.”

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Batawagama Band Camp plans concerts June 20, 22 INDIAN LAKE--Start your summer on a musical note, as the Iron County Band Camp presents two evenings filled with the sounds of music. The first concert takes place on Thursday, June 20, at 7:30 p.m. at Soderman Hall at Camp Batawagama here, with a reception to follow in the mess hall. Another concert will be held Saturday, June 22, at 7:30 p.m. at the West Iron County High School gymnasium in Iron River. The 69th annual Band

Camp will be hosting 183 junior and senior high students, the largest camp in recent years, with junior and senior high students from all over the peninsula, including 34 from Iron County. “You won’t want to miss these artists’ incredible performances of classical and jazz music,” said a spokesman. The students will be premiering original music written by their resident composer, Dr. Robert Hanson. The Saturday concert will feature “A Pirates Life” and “Strike The Bell, Mate.”

BEECHWOOD—The Beechwood Historical Society will be hosting Pat Turner of the Genealogy Society and Beechwood Historical Society who will be presenting a discussion on “What’s In A Name? A Closer Look At Family Naming Traditions.” “Our names are the most basic piece of information we have about our families. They

provide us with a connection to the past and a sense of identity. This presentation will help you understand the naming practices in different countries that your ancestors used,” said a spokesperson. The presentation starts at 6 p.m. at the Beechwood Hall, 178 Old Beechwood Store Rd., approximately 7.5 miles west of Iron River.

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ertoire features favorites from Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller and Cole Porter, but they also play recent Big Band charts. The group is a favorite for area dances. Westerly Winds is under the direction of Dr. Steve Grugin, director of bands at Northern Michigan University, and features vocalist Julie Williams. Some of the members are middle and high school band directors, but a variety of occupations are represented. Advanced tickets for Westerly Winds alone may be purchased for $15 at Ben Franklin’s in Crystal Falls; Central Arts and Gifts and the

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From the Reporter files

Remember when… Ten years ago (2003): Congratulations to Jodi (Evanoff) and Frank Sleik on the birth of Reece Thomas on June 17 at Dickinson County Memorial Hospital. Reece joins a brother, Rylee. Ian Bender and Kim Payne were crowned the 2003 Junior Prom King and Queen. Prom was held at the Crystal Falls City Auditorium Saturday, April 26. Alexandra LaChapelle, daughter of Nick and the late Janine LaChapelle of Crystal Falls, has been selected as a finalist in the Pre-Teen Michigan scholarship program. Twenty-five years ago (1988): Congratulations to Mellisa and Jude Sartorelli of Caspian on the birth of Kristiena Lynn on June 17 at Iron County General Hospital. Grandparents are Earl and Kathy Mathison of Caspian and Jim and Shirlee Sartorelli of Gaastra. Bob Tomlinson, owner of Mr. T’s Family Restaurant, accepted the 1988 Buck-A-Cup Award from Shirley Sharum, Iron County Easter Seals chairperson. Mr. T’s has won the

award nearly every year since the two-week fund-raiser began. Fifth grader Keliin Parsons and seventh grader John Callovi were winners in the recent countywide 4-H Speech Contest. Both are students at Stambaugh Elementary School. Fifty years ago (1963): Mr. and Mrs. George Woons of Caspian are the parents of a daughter, Lisa Lynn, born June 14 at Crystal Falls Municipal Hospital. She joins a brother, George Jr.,, three years old. Ann Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson of Ice Lake Road, was named Iron County Farm Bureau Queen at a meeting held in the Crystal Falls Township Hall May 18. Friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mrs. Carrie Nash of Iron Lake Sunday afternoon to help her celebrate her 99th birthday. Anne Johnson, Marina Miller, Sally Barinotti and Donna Henschel were the recipients of homemaking awards presented during the annual honors convocation at Iron River High School.

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Out of the past... 1913: E.J. Bregger is making some extensive improvements in his opera house in this city. He is adding a balcony with raised seats having a capacity of 300 persons. Joe Rabichaud celebrated his appointment as poundmaster by empounding cow number one, his mother-in-law’s prize milker. Joe says that all cows look alike to him, and the fact that Mrs. Johnson owned the cow he first got his peppers on didn’t affect his duty as an officer. 50 years ago: What will be the last carload of ore to be shipped from the Tobin Mine, a Crystal Falls Township landmark since the turn of the century, was consigned to the docks of Escanaba Friday morning. Aldo Theatre, Thursday, Friday and Saturday: “Rio Grande” starring John Wayne and Maureen O’Hare. Headline: Big Eight Diamond Champs: The Alpha Mastodon nine, pictured with Coach Gerhardt Gollaker, compiled a 7-1 record this spring to come out of the Big 8 diamond competition with the conference title and trophy.

Walter Koski, Tobin Street, has been elected to succeed Eugene LaChapelle as commander of the Louis Bowman American Legion Post. The Iron County Historical and Museum Society has put out a call for volunteers to aid in a clean-up workbee at the Iron County Museum on Monday. 25 years ago: Lake Mary Walleye: Lou Gonzales of Oak Park, Ill., caught this 29 ½-pound walleye Sunday evening at Lake Mary while fishing with a Rapala. The fish weighed eight pounds. Headline: First Horses Arrive for Pari-Mutuel Meet at Escanaba: The first wave of some 250 harness racehorses expected to compete at North Coast’s Pari-Mutuel Meet has arrived at the U.P. State Fairgrounds. Harbour House Museum volunteers are available to help people find information on family members or general information from articles published in The Diamond Drill (editions from the late 1800s to late 1900s). Contact the museum at info@harbourhousemuseum. org.

TEACHING VACANCY Mathematics Instructor The Watersmeet Township School District is seeking a “Certified” AND as required by the ESEA (Elementary and Secondary Education Act), “Highly Qualified” Mathematics Instructor. Special consideration will be given for a candidate holding an EX endorsement and/or multi-certifications. All interested applicants should send a letter of application, resume, a copy of transcripts and three letters of reference to: Watersmeet Township School District Attn: G. Peterson, III / Math Vacancy N4720 Hwy 45 - P.O. Box 217 Watersmeet, MI 49969 gpeterson3@watersmeet.k12.mi.us (906) 358-4555 (ext. 2) Submission Deadline: Monday, June 24, 2013 R04 6/12

Readers Viewpoint... The Reporter welcomes letters on topics of local interest to our readers. All letters should include the full name of the writer, street address, city and telephone number. Letters over 300 words are subject to editing for length, accuracy and clarity, and will be published only as space allows. Anonymous letters, photocopies, letters to third parties and letters to other publications will not be considered. Letters from one individual will be limited to two per month. The use of any material is at the discretion of the Reporter, which reserves the right to edit them to avoid obscenity or libel. Letters espousing personal political or religious doctrine will not be published.

‘Too close for comfort’ To the editor:

Just think! “Daddy there’s a puppy by the door. It looks like a German Sheppard puppy.” When in fact it was a wolf pup! The wolves are getting too close for comfort and too many. They have taken down the deer herds and other animals and even pets, killing tied-up dogs even. How much closer and deadly will they be? The DNR should rewrite the hunting laws before a small child playing in the backyard gets attacked or even an adult walking. Wolves are getting too close for comfort. Two years ago a wolf almost got my female sheltie dog. I live below the Bates Cemetery.

Lady got hung up on the old barbed wire. It was all, so I’d designed bright orange knit collars for her and Sugar, her pup. She was barking and crying as I called her. I followed to the fence line where she was. She was so happy to see me. Then I happened to look into the next field. There was a big wolf. He was watching us! Lady was so glad to follow me back to the house. Every once in a while she’d stop, turn around and growl. A few neighbors were seeing the wolves, and as they said also, “too close for comfort,” especially near the river and Lake Emily. Time marches on, and a few weeks later on U.S. 2 near Greg’s Auto Body and the Bates School there was a big wolf pacing the roadside, traffic was slowing or stopping, and some were taking pictures of the animal. The wolf kept looking at my little green truck. Was this my wolf? Did it know me? Scary! And he was by the school where children are! The balance of nature is one thing; but an over balancing is another problem. -s- Bonnie Bobnock Iron River

YAC helping young readers

To the editor: The Forest Park Elementary Library has been fortunate to recently receive a grant from the Crystal Falls Area Community Foundation. Due to severe cuts in school funding, there has been no librarian for

Position Available

well over 10 years and no funding for books for more than 15 years at the school. A small group of volunteers has managed the library and found ways to purchase books for the elementary children who attend the library. The most recent and generous grant of $1,200 from the Community Foundation was granted by the Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) to buy books for the school library, which serves our elementary students. Forest Park’s YAC group operates under the guidance of Debbie Smithson. This amazing group of high school students researches each application and evaluates the needs before deciding where the limited funds will go to most effectively serve the community. It is the mission of the Crystal Falls Area Community Foundation Youth Advisory Committee to choose programs that improve the quality of life in the areas of education and culture. At the same time these teenagers are learning about their community needs and learning about philanthropy. They are actively involved in becoming informed and contributing members of their community. We want to thank all those involved in helping us provide our young Forest Park students with a library. We truly believe that children may learn to read in their classrooms, but they learn to love reading by having a variety of good books to choose from and to explore. -s- Library Volunteers Susie Simeoni, Janet Wagner and Lorraine Siler Crystal Falls

To the editor: We are very fortunate to be the recipients of the Justin Elson Memorial Scholarship. Justin attended the automotive and welding programs at the Dickinson-Iron Tech Center in Kingsford before he passed away in 2005. We attended the same programs at the Tech Center, and we will continue in similar career paths that Justin had planned. We would like to thank his mother, Maureen Elson, family, friends and the community for their contributions and support of this scholarship fund. -s- Thomas Taff, diesel mechanics, Fox Valley Technical College, Wis.; -s- Tyler Kovala, diesel mechanics, Fox Valley Technical College, Wis.; -s- Brock Rose, Tulsa Welding School, Okla.; -s- Jason Liebergen, NWTC, Wis.

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West Iron County Girls J.V. Basketball Coach Any interested persons may send a letter of interest to: WIC Administration Building C/O Basketball Coach 601 Garfield Ave. Iron River, MI 49935 Applications must be received by noon on June 17th, 2013. R09 6/12

TOWNSHIP OF CRYSTAL FALLS FRANCHISE The Township of Crystal Falls, pursuant to a resolution passed by its Township Board dated May 14, 2013, ordains as follows: The Township of Crystal Falls, does hereby grant to the Wisconsin Electric Power Company d/b/a We Energies, its successors and assigns, the right, privilege, and franchise to use the streets, alleys, highways, and other public places of said Township, for the distribution of electrical energy and to set poles, string wires and lay pipes and conduits for such purposes; to operate and maintain the same subject to such reasonable regulations as the Township Board shall prescribe from time to time; and to transact a local business within said Township in the furnishing of electricity for light, heat, power, and other uses. All poles or other structures erected under the authority hereby granted shall be so placed as not to unnecessarily interfere with the ordinary use of the streets, alleys, highways, and other public places of the Township. It is the condition of this grant of authority that all charges for electrical energy furnished pursuant to this franchise shall be subject to regulation by the Michigan Public Service Commission. The franchise hereby granted shall take effect immediately upon acceptance by Wisconsin Electric Power Company d/b/a We Energies and shall continue for the full term of 30 years from and after the date of such acceptance except that this franchise shall be subject to revocation at will by the Township Board. Passed this 14 day of May 2013. Nancy Niemi/Clerk R06 6/12

Reporter deadline: Friday at 4 p.m.

Iron River Housing Commission City View Apartments 236 3rd Avenue Iron River, MI 49935 906-265-4398

Free Laundry Facilities Trash Removal & Utilities Included Must Meet HUD Income Requirements

A Great Place to Call Home!

NOTICE

The City of Iron River will sell by sealed bid to the highest bidder one used 2008 Chevrolet Impala Lt 3.96 Liter, V-6 with 129,269 miles. The vehicle will be sold as is, with no warranty or implied warranty. The minimum bid is $3,000. All bids shall be submitted to the City Clerk’s office at 106 Genesee St. Iron River, MI 49935 and shall be in a sealed envelope clearly marked “Vehicle Bid”. Bids will be received until 4 P.M. June 18, 2013, at the address above. The vehicle may be inspected at Iron River City Hall at the address above. The City of Iron River reserves the right to accept or reject any one, or all bids when such acceptance or rejection is in the best interest of the City. Bids may not be withdrawn within 45 days of receipt of the bid. R12 5/22 & 6/12

MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS PUBLIC MEETINGS NORTHPOINTE BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS BOARD HOME OFFICE:

Sunset Manor Apartments 208 Jefferson Avenue Iron River, MI 49935 906-265-5540

Elson scholars voice thanks

PHONE:

Northpointe Behavioral Healthcare Systems Administrative Offices 715 Pyle Drive, Kingsford, MI 49802 906-774-0522 or 1-800-750-0522

The NORTHPOINTE BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS BOARD OF DIRECTORS will meet: Monday, June 17, 2013 - 10:30 a.m. - Finance Committee Meeting Monday, June 17, 2013 - 1:30 p.m. - Planning Committee Meeting Thursday, June 27, 2013 - 4:00 p.m. - Board of Director Meeting These meetings will be held in the Conference Room at Northpointe, 715 Pyle Drive, Kingsford, MI. Teleconferencing is available to participate in the above meetings at the Northpointe Menominee office - 401 Tenth Ave., Menominee, Michigan and at the Iron River office - 703 Second Ave., Iron River, Michigan. Any person needing reasonable accommodations to enable their attendance at these meetings may call 906-779-0510.

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‘Musical Mondays’ starting at CF library

Father’s Day . . . Continued from page 1 on time. Several concessions stands will insure nobody goes hungry or thirsty. Sunday, June 16: All the Sunday events take place on the upper level of the fairgrounds. The 36th annual auto show starts with registration from 9 a.m. to noon; the first 75 vehicles to enter get dash plaques. For more information, call 906-265-3822. The show runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., when trophies are presented to the top entries in each of 15 classes. The People’s Choice trophy will also awarded at that time. There is plenty of time to walk around, admire the classic vehicles and talk to their proud owners. By all means, bring your camera! The Classic Machinery Club of Iron County will show

some of its antique farming and industrial machinery at the show. Nearby, the fifth annual arts and crafts show takes place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event features art, craft, jewelry, antiques and flea market items. With car lovers and art lovers all in one place on Father’s Day afternoon, concession stands should be busy. Several concession stands will be open, and a DJ will be on hand to keep the music coming. Corporate sponsors of Father’s Day Weekend are the Krist Oil Co., Tru Recycling, Iron River Auto Supply, Lindwall Motors, MichiganWisconsin Spring and Brake Inc., Auto Value Iron River, Al Clements Trucking, Kurtz Diesel, K&D Service and Mr. T’s Family Restaurant.

Rodeo concert . . . Continued from page 1 Budzak continued, “The junior class of 1976 chose Pyramid’s song ‘Raindrops’ (written by Bob Turbessi) as the theme for the Junior Prom. They are the only local band to have had an original song chosen for the prom. “Even after the band disbanded in 1976, we never lost contact with each other, even forming other bands with some of the members (Spektrum, Thee Eyes, etc). After years—decades actually—of the guys saying ‘We should get together again and play,’ we finally did our first reunion shows in 2004. “The response was fantastic, so we did more shows in 2006, 2009 and 2011. We’ve also been formulating plans to record an album of original music. Maybe that will happen sometime in this decade.” Brought back by popular demand will be local/regional entertainers Next Myle. Originally formed in 2003, Next Myle currently consists of Kevin Richtig, Kevin Fraker, David Sweig, Kristan Nordine and Darwyn Aberly. The group performed at the 2011 and 2012 U.P. Rodeo

concerts, and their mix of country, rock and oldies were crowd pleasers then and are sure to be again. Gates open at 5 p.m. and U.P. Rodeo Concert tickets will soon be available at the Iron County Chamber of Commerce, Angeli’s Central Market and online at www. uprodeo.com . Advanced tickets will be $20, and tickets purchased at the gate will be $25. Visit www. facebook.com/upprorodeo for regular updates. The show is for all ages, and food and beverages will be available on the grounds. The concert is held in conjunction with the 46th annual Upper Peninsula Championship Rodeo, which takes place July 20-21.

Planning for Christmas!

Volunteers from the Crystal Falls Lions Club--from left to right, Mitchell Bal, Kevin Stankewicz, Cameron Davis and Kyle Soderberg—spend a recent Saturday planting 500 balsam seedlings at the Lions Club’s Christmas tree patch in Crystal Falls. The club owns 20 acres, where they plant 500 trees every other year. The trees are pruned each year until they are 12 to 15 years old, when they are sold to raise funds for charity. (submitted photo)

Ex-resident gets cardio post at Marshfield Clinic MARSHFIELD, Wis.—The Marshfield Clinic and the Ministry Health Care Joint Heart Care program has named two new leaders, including a former Iron County resident. Dr. Richard Reinhart is the new heart service line medical director, and John Beauchamp will now serve as the heart service line administrator for the joint program. They will work together to support a team of specialists dedicated to providing highquality heart care for patients. Reinhart has practiced in central Wisconsin for more than 22 years as a cardiologist. John Beauchamp is the son of Toni and the late Manny Beauchamp of Iron River. He has been the operations man-

Chamber will host free concert Thursday night IRON RIVER—The Iron County Chamber of Commerce will host a free concert on Thursday, June 13, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the RV Park next to the Apple Blossom Trail. The chamber has joined

with KFC, CoVantage Credit Union and WIKB to bring this chamber concert to the area. The first concert will feature local acoustic favorites, Ironland. Please remember to bring your lawn chair.

WE BELIEVE

in a renewable

ECONOMY, TOO At the City of Crystal Falls Electric Department, we’re proud to be a local not-for-profit…because we’ve seen what’s possible when a community uses the very same energy that it produces. Like public power that gets reinvested in neighborhood businesses and new technologies. Like local pride that raises a commitment to energy efficiency, and in turn, lowers everyone’s monthly bill. Like Crystal Fall dollars that stay in Crystal Falls. With public power from the City of Crystal Falls Electric Department, the good we do stays right here. Because we’re here. For you.

ager for cardiology at Marshfield Clinic Marshfield Center since 1994. He has provided guidance to cardiology managers throughout the clinic system, serving as the clinic’s heart services horizontal coordinator.

St. Vincent’s sets bag sale IRON RIVER—The St. Vincent de Paul store is holding its monthly inventory reduction sale the week of June 17 and ending at noon on Saturday, June 22. Stop in at 211 W. Maple St. to check out all the bargains. All clothing items with an orange price tag are included in this month’s “$2 a bag” sale. Paper bags will be furnished. Various items are on sale on various days. The store is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday hours are from 9 a.m. to noon. The store accepts clothes and miscellaneous items in saleable condition. Donations of nonperishable food items are always appreciated to help local people in need.

CRYSTAL FALLS—The Crystal Falls Community Library has announced a number of library programs and events. New this summer is “musical Monday!” On June 10, the library will show the movie, “Les Miserables.” This film is “unlike any film musical ever seen. The level of emotion is unmatched. The performances are out of this world. The story is ambitious, and the scope is huge”—4-1/2 stars! On July 8, the film “Rent” will be shown. This film “is a truly touching story illustrating the finer points of true friendship and the hardships that people without an income living with AIDS face on a daily basis”—4 stars! To finish off “musical Mondays,” on Aug. 12 the library will show “Cats.” This film “has drama, lots of fun songs, a wonderful cast lineup, beautifully designed costumes,

exotic makeup, great dances, wonderful music and is really fun for all ages”—4-1/2 stars! Each of the movies start at 12:45 p.m., are open to the public, free of charge, and best of all, popcorn! On Wednesday, July 3, the library holds its annual ice cream social from 1 to 3 p.m. This program is free. On Monday, July 15, the library sponsors a fun comedy magic show. Gordon Russ will be appearing at the Crystal Falls Township Hall at 1 p.m. This show is loaded with hilarious comedy, magic and funny situations. Audience members of all ages can participate. This program is free to the public. Stop in at the library and enter once a week to win a free DVD rental. The drawing is at noon every Friday. The library is located at 237 Superior Ave., Crystal Falls. The phone number is 906-875-3344.

Mosca’s creations on display at CF library CRYSTAL FALLS—Iron River artist Daniel J. Mosca has several works in an exhibit that will be on display at the Crystal Falls Community Library through this week. Called “Key to the World,” the artist describes his creations as “a semi-abstract interpretive work of art [that] features a pragmatic adaptation of the predominant races of mankind,” including AngloCaucasian, Asian-Tibetan and Australian aborigine cultures, “with an insight narrative emphasis on a worldwide literacy and aesthetics theme subject.” Also included is a large decorative book and key “inserted into a world globe, signifying that continuous reading will conclusively provide an expedient method of obtaining a civilized degree of universal intellectual knowledge.” The works in the display portray a Bedouin camel rider, a South American spear fisherman, a Eurasian woman

One of the pieces in Daniel J. Mosca’s “Key to the World” exhibit, currently on display at the Crystal Falls Community Library. The artist’s description: “A pugnacious African Zulu tribal chieftain proudly shows off his capriciously ingenious telescopic ‘new smartphone.’” carrying water buckets, a tattooed Zulu chieftain and a Russian Cossack. Mosca is a retired fine arts coordinator, art professor and Dartmouth College sabbatical liberal studies fellow, presently residing in his home town of Iron River.

Farmers market opens next week IRON RIVER—The Iron River Farmers Market, located on the patio behind the West Iron District Library, will be open Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. starting June 19. Items that will be available

depend on the weather and may vary from week to week. They should include bread, goat’s milk soap, maple syrup, lettuce, Italian celery and rhubarb, small amounts of Swiss chard, spinach and kale

as well as some craft items. More items will be added as the summer progresses. The West Iron District Library is located at 116 W. Genesee St. Call 265-2831 for more information.

DICKINSON HOME HEALTH

Hospital to Home Nursing Visitation Program

WHY P U B L I C P OWE R . O R G

At the City of Crystal Falls Electric Department, we believe affordable public power strengthens our community and helps our neighbors. That’s why, through WPPI Energy, we’re partnering with other local not-for-profit utilities to share resources and lower costs. FOR INFORMATION ON OUR ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS, PLEASE CALL US AT 906.875.3212.

Quality and Compassion ... Improving Lives www.dchs.org


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Obituaries... Milton Anderson

IRON RIVER—Milton E. Anderson, 85, passed away Saturday, June 1, 2013, at his home. He was born June 5, 1927, to Godfrey and Clara (Ende) Anderson. He attended the last class of the Pioneer School (which is now located at the Iron County Museum) and graduated from Stambaugh High School with the Class of 1944. He served in the U.S. Army from 1945 to 1946. Milton’s early years of employment was at sawmills and in construction. He was the Draftsman and Designer for Four Seasons Structures of Phelps, Wis. for eight years. He then worked for First American Homes of Shawano, Wis. before retirement. He loved to hunt and fish, and had a keen interest in wildlife art. He obtained his Certificate of Graduation from Art Instruction of Minneapolis, Minn. in Commercial Design. Milton won the Best of Show in the first West Iron County Art Show with his colored pencil sketches of wildlife. For a number of years, he had a ceramic shop, making molds and castings of souvenir items and also making molds for other shops in the Midwest. He enjoyed designing and fabricating metal products and had a patent on a slide miter saw. He was preceded in death by his brother, Roy; and sisters, Beatrice Rivard and Goldine Baumgartner. Milton is survived by his brother, Baynard Anderson of Iron River, sisters, Lillian (James) Goodhall of Kenosha, Wis. and Lydia (Bob) Sipper of Green Bay, Wis.; and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held June 7 at the Jacobs Funeral Home of Iron River with Rev. Bonny Kinnunen officiating. Interment was in Stambaugh Cemetery. The West Iron County Veterans accorded Military Rites at the graveside. The family suggests memorial contributions to the Northwoods Animal Shelter or the Iron County Museum. Condolences may be expressed to the family of Milton E. Anderson online at www.jacobsfuneralhomeir.com. Funeral arrangements by the Jacobs Funeral Home of Iron River.

Lucille “Lucy” Reiss

ALABAMA—Lucille “Lucy” M. Reiss (nee Andree), born in Iron River, passed away in Alabama on Monday, May 20, 2013, age 86 years. Beloved wife of the late Frederick C. “Fred” Reiss. Dear mother of Greg (Sue), David (Kathy) and Gary (Pam) Reiss, grandmother of eight, great-grandmother of 15. Also survived by other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her mother and father, Leo and Eva (nee Greig) Andree, a sister Joyce Dix and two brothers, Jimmy and William Andree. Services were held in Milwaukee at Lutheran Chapel of the Cross Church, interment at Arlington Cemetery in Milwaukee. Memorials to Lutheran Chapel of the Cross Church, 3353 S. Whitnall Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis., where she was a member for 54 years.

West Iron County High School honor roll IRON RIVER—West Iron County High School released the names of those students who attained the honor roll for the fourth term and second semester. Term 4 12th Grade A- or Better: Teagan Andreski, Tashiena Aschenbach, Jordan Davis, Kylee Erickson, Brett Hebert, Alexander Ralston, Rebekah Serbinski, Jason Smith, Joel Vanlanen, Austin Waara 12th Grade B or Better: Catherine Austin, April Bittner, Britnee Campbell, Rocky Campbell, Zachary Garavet, Sean Gustafson, Cassidy Hinshaw, Riley Johnson, Bridget Kimble, Preston Kuchar, Corey Mann, Paige Tape, Mallory Tomasoski, Macy Weslin 11th Grade A- or Better: Austin Atanasoff, Victor Bartel, Megan Eagloski, Morgan Eagloski, Dallas Foley, Gabriel Hoogenboom, Marissa Jacks, Joel Luckey, Adam Newby, Aren Newby, Colton Pangrazzi, Cassilyn Pellizzer, India Schindler, Michaela Wahlberg, Jocelyn Wiegand 11th Grade B or Better: Haley Anderson, Brittanie Barry, Ian Frailing, Gabriel Golfis, Jordyn Grell, Abbie Grubbs, Cassandra Harrington, Jared Howell, Bailey Johnson, Alexis Kinner, Brianna Lambert, Abbey Leonard,

Collin Leonarduzzi, Megan Miatech, Alex Nelson, Cassidy Otto-Dove, Andrew Peterson, Ippaishah Phillips, Amelia Richardson, Andrew Ridolphi, Sierra Schindler, Joshua Schuett, Kendall Shovald, Kimberly Spigarelli, Allison Villeneuve 10th Grade A- or Better: Lauren Hawkins, Kelsie Herren, Melissa Koski, Sydnie Mazurek, Ryan Peterson, Konnor Tousignant, Alexis Vicenzi, Madeline Waara, Sydney Wojdula 10th Grade B or Better: Alysa Froblom, Alexis Golfis, Kyle Maki, Maxwell Maloney, Tristan Nelson, Keeley Nolingberg, Keegan Pangrazzi, Sierra Rasmussen, Bailey Rullcoski, Alec Schmelebeck, Kristin Smith, Nikolas Thoney, Jacob Tomasoski Ninth Grade A- or Better: Monica Eagloski, Ganita Golberg, Emily Howell, Michael Ivey, Kayley Ponozzo, Alyssa Possanza, Jessica Prudhomme, Megan Quayle, Grace Recla, Jamie Rudolfi, Zane Sarafiny, Molly Sheehan, Benjamin Wiegand Ninth Grade B or Better: Trinity Allen, Tabytha Andreski, Erin Angeli, Anthony Barriger, Courtney Benson, Alexas Gasperini, Tabatha Gasperini, Rachel Malmquist, Elizabeth Pellizzer, Jaruesah Phillips, Brittany Piwarski, Ally Polich,

Society...

Jake Polich, Bradley Premo, Phylisha Sheldon, Riley Thomson, Boaz Vanlanen Second Semester 12th Grade A- or Better: Teagan Andreski, Tashiena Aschenbach, Catherine Austin, Jordan Davis, Kylee Erickson, Zachary Garavet, Cassidy Hinshaw, Alexander Ralston, Rebekah Serbinski, Jason Smith, Joel Vanlanen, Austin Waara 12th Grade B or Better: April Bittner, Rocky Campbell, Cody Carter-Desjardins, Alyssa Davis, Elizabeth Fennick, Mayla Gill, Sean Gustafson, Olivia Han, Brett Hebert, Riley Johnson, Bridget Kimble, Preston Kuchar, Amanda Marcell, Matthew Schmidt, Paige Tape, Mallory Tomasoski, Macy Weslin 11th Grade A- or Better: Austin Atanasoff, Victor Bartel, Megan Eagloski, Morgan Eagloski, Dallas Foley, Cassandra Harrington, Gabriel Hoogenboom, Marissa Jacks, Joel Luckey, Adam Newby, Aren Newby, Cassilyn Pellizzer, India Schindler, Michaela Wahlberg 11th Grade B or Better: Haley Anderson, Brittanie Barry, Ian Frailing, Gabriel Golfis, Jordyn Grell, Abbie Grubbs, Jared Howell, Bailey Johnson, Alexis Kinner, Collin Leonarduzzi, Megan Miatech, Alex Nelson, Cassidy OttoDove, Colton Pangrazzi, Andrew Peterson, Ippaishah Phillips, Amelia Richardson, Sierra Schindler, Joshua Schuett, Ashley Skolasinski, Kimberly Spigarelli, Allison Villeneuve, Jocelyn Wiegand. 10th Grade A- or Better: Lauren Hawkins, Melissa Koski, Sydnie Mazurek, Ryan Peterson, Konnor Tousignant, Alexis Vicenzi, Madeline Waara, Sydney Wojdula

Sandra Takala

CRYSTAL FALLS—Sandra Kay Takala, 58, passed away Thursday, March 28, 2013, at her home. She was born July 4, 1954, in Ft. Bragg, N.C., daughter of Richard and Esther (Jennings) Veltus. Sandra married Douglas Takala on June 23, 1984, in Amasa. Sandra was a former bartender at the Amasa Hotel and was employed at Bigari Ace Hardware. She had many friends in the area and will be missed dearly. She is survived by her husband, Doug Takala, Crystal Falls; her parents, Richard and Esther Veltus, Kaukauna, Wis.; one son, Benjamin Takala, Marquette; one daughter, Sara Takala Crow, Iron Mountain; five brothers, Bob (Carol) Veltus, Mike (Marsha) Veltus, Steve (Anna) Veltus, Gary (Amy) Veltus, Don (Kim) Veltus; two sisters, Nancy (Dale) Cunningham, Judy Veltus, both of Racine; one grandchild, Malachi Crow, several aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews. Sandra was preceded in death by one brother, Rick Veltus. A memorial service will be held 11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 22, at Bethany Lutheran Church, Amasa. Rev. Bonny Kinnunen will officiate. A meal will be served in the lower level of the church following the memorial service. After this, a time for the sharing of memories and refreshments will be held at the Hiltonen camp in Amasa. Burial will be in the Hematite Cemetery, Amasa. You may light a candle in remembrance of Sandra or leave a condolence to her family online at JacobsFuneralHomes.com. The family has chosen the Jacobs-Plowe Funeral Home, Crystal Falls, to honor Sandra’s Legacy of Life.

Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Tony Arcand of Crystal Falls are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Daryl Ann, to A1C Taylor Bartczak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sarder and Terry Bartczak, all of Crystal Falls. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Forest Park High School and has attended Grand Valley State University and Northern Michigan University, pursuing a degree in veterinary medicine. The groom-to-be is also a graduate of Forest Park High School and is currently serving in the United States Air Force, stationed at Fairfield, Calif. at Travis Air Force Base, where he works in medical logistics at the David Grant USAF Medical Center. An August wedding is planned, and the couple will reside in Fairfield until transferred to Aviano AFB in Aviano, Italy, in the fall of 2013. (Arcand/Bartczak photo)

Births...

OBITUARY POLICY

The Reporter will only accept obituaries sent from a funeral home. This policy protects the family of the deceased as well as the newspaper.

IN LOVING MEMORY OF OUR MOTHER

Ruth “Bootsie” Makuck November 16, 1924 - June 15, 2012 It seems like only yesterday We laughed and joked with you; You shared your love and humor With us and those you knew. Those precious moments spent with you We cherish every day; Each of us remembers you In our special way. You walk with us in memory, Your photos we hold dear; We often speak your name and smile As we wipe away each tear. A year has passed since you’ve been gone, The faith-filled path you trod Brings comfort to us, Mother, For we know you walk with God.

Held in heartfelt memory by her children - Bonnie, Lorna, Jon and Kelly

Graduated

Alivia Lawrence of Crystal Falls recently graduated from Eastern Michigan University, receiving her master’s degree in psychology. Alivia is a 2007 graduate of Forest Park High School and 2011 graduate of the University of Michigan. She has accepted a position as a psychometrist working for the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor at the University of Michigan Neuropsychology Clinic. She is the daughter of the late Dr. Angela Seiter and Geoffrey Lawrence of Crystal Falls. (submitted photo)

Osier

Congratulations to Shannon and Jonathan Osier of Crystal Falls on the birth of Grayson Jonathan on May 29, 2013, at Dickinson County Healthcare System. Weight: 9 pounds, 3 ounces. Maternal grandparents are David and Kathy Miller of Crystal Falls. Paternal grandparents are Darlene Osier and the late Ken Osier of Iron River. Paternal greatgrandfather is Paul Carlson of Iron River.

Weather... (At the WIC treatment plant) High

June 3 June 4 June 5 June 6 June 7 June 8 June 9

63 60 53 58 70 70 67

Low Prec. Snow

30 41 .16 45 .20 40 .01 47 36 46

Bastianello

Congratulations to Katee and Jerod Bastianello of Wrightstown, Wis. on the birth of Claire Hazel on April 26, 2013, at Aurora Bay Medical Center, Green Bay, Wis. Weight: 8 pounds, 8 ounces. Grandparents are Don and Carol Bastianello of Iron River and Craig and Janel Reich of Oshkosh, Wis. Great-grandparents are Nancy Bastianello and Kay Maloney of Iron River, Ron Maloney of Caspian, Joyce Reich of Appleton, Wis. and Marge Farrow of Oshkosh. Claire joins big brother Reed, 2.

Earns doctorate

Thomas Gus Almonroeder received his doctorate degree in physical therapy at the May 2013 graduation ceremonies at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. He was the recipient of the Outstanding Student Award, selected by his professors at the university. He is the son of Tom and Donna Almonroeder of Iron River. (submitted photo)

10th Grade B or Better: Alysa Froblom, Alexis Golfis, Kelsie Herren, Kyle Maki, Maxwell Maloney, Tristan Nelson, Keeley Nolingberg, Sierra Rasmussen, Bailey Rullcoski, Kristin Smith, Nikolas Thoney, Jacob Tomasoski Ninth Grade A- or Better: Monica Eagloski, Ganita Golberg, Emily Howell, Michael Ivey, Alyssa Possanza, Megan Quayle, Grace Recla, Jamie Rudolfi, Zane Sarafiny, Molly Sheehan, Riley Thomson Ninth Grade B or Better: Trinity Allen, Tabytha Andreski, Erin Angeli, Courtney Benson, Alexas Gasperini, Tabatha Gasperini, Rachel Malmquist, Elizabeth Pellizzer, Jaruesah Phillips, Brittany Piwarski, Ally Polich, Jake Polich, Kayley Ponozzo, Bradley Premo, Jessica Prudhomme, Phylisha Sheldon, Benjamin Wiegand

Legals... Legal Notice Notice Of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT THE NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. ATTN PURCHASERS: This sale may be rescinded by the foreclosing mortgagee. In that event, your damages, if any, shall be limited solely to the return of the bid amount tendered at sale, plus interest. MORTGAGE SALE - Default has been made in the conditions of a mortgage made by Kathy Pitts, a single woman, original mortgagor(s), to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for River Valley Bank its successors and assigns, Mortgagee, dated June 24, 2011, and recorded on June 29, 2011 in Liber 579 on Page 316, and assigned by said Mortgagee to PHH Mortgage Corporation as assignee as documented by an assignment, in Iron county records, Michigan, on which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date hereof the sum of Fifty Thousand Eighty-Nine and 13/100 Dollars ($50,089.13). Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some part of them, at public vendue, at the place of holding the circuit court within Iron County, at 10:00 AM, on June 28, 2013. Said premises are situated in Township of Crystal Falls, Iron County, Michigan, and are described as: All that part of the NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4, Section 30, T43N, R32W, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at a point 316 feet South of the Section line between Sections 19 and 30 in T43N, R32W; and 238 feet West of the Section line between Sections 29 and 30 in T43N, R32W, thence East 208 feet; thence South 50 feet; thence West 208 feet; thence North 50 feet, more or less to the point of beginning. The redemption period shall be 6 months from the date of such sale, unless determined abandoned in accordance with MCLA 600.3241a, in which case the redemption period shall be 30 days from the date of such sale. If the property is sold at foreclosure sale under Chapter 32 of the Revised Judicature Act of 1961, pursuant to MCL 600.3278 the borrower will be held responsible to the person who buys the property at the mortgage foreclosure sale or to the mortgage holder for damaging the property during the redemption period. Dated: May 29, 2013 For more information, please call: FC J (248) 593-1311 Trott & Trott, P.C. Attorneys For Servicer 31440 Northwestern Hwy Ste 200 Farmington Hills, Michigan 48334-5422 File #422570F01 (05-29)(06-19) R03 5/29, 6/5, 6/12, 6/19


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West Iron County Middle School honor roll

IRON RIVER—West Iron County Middle School released the names of those students who attained the honor roll for the fourth term and second semester. Term 4 Eighth Grade A- or Better: Izaya Bengry, Tierney Cayo, Kailey Garavet, Matthew Howell, Sarah Kerttu, Emmy Kinner, Matthew Maki, Madiline McNamara, Seth Miatech, Katilee Rhino, Allie Schieve, Sydney Schram, Katylynn Weston, Michelle Wiegand Eighth Grade B or Better: Kole Atanasoff, Austin Baclich, McKenna Carlson, Brandon Child, Paige Hebert, Kyle Kuenn, Patrick Leanna, Ryan Lohrey, Molly Meyer, Jessie Palmer, Kyle Rose, Jeremy Rozine, Alexis Rullcoski, Stephanie Spanos, Andrew Spigarelli, Nacole Swanson, Dante Thurston, Austin Verville, AJ Weisnicht, Cole Westphal, Justin Williams Seventh Grade A- or Better: Christian Benson, Trevor Carpenter, Mazy Deneau, Alaina Gable, Brandon Henschel, Breanna Kemppainen, Amanda Kudwa, Victoria Maloney, Steven Nelson, Alex Pangrazzi, Summer Parent, Jennifer Piwarski, Emily Rudolfi, Rachael Tefft, Natalie Tomasoski, Neil Tomasoski Seventh Grade B or Better: Kevin Ballinger, Caroline Foster, Makayla Gill, Austin Giuliani, Emily Kurtz, Destiny Lambert, Mariah Lewis, Stormy Lucas, Alexis Lutes, Gavin Mattson, Hadley Passamani, Prayon Phillips, Olivia

Pierce, Erin Possanza, Megan Strom, Bradley Wickstrom Sixth Grade A- or Better: Garrett Bigelow, Caden Buchanan-Newman, Jamie Child, Alexis Condon, Alexandra Dominici, Lauren Engebos, Kaitlyn Fredrickson, Julia Holmberg, Isabelle Hoogenboom, Samantha Hookenson, Adriana Howell, Alexis Jacks, Kody Johnson, Sabrina Kemppainen, Rachel Kudwa, Colbi Laturi, Faith Nelson, Piper Passamani, Rudi Passamani, Caden Pellizzer, Olivia Rozine, Dawson Rybicki, Katarina Serbentas, Kendra Smith, Riley Stine, Sydney Timbrook, Natalie Tomlinson, Tyler Upperstrom Sixth Grade B or Better: Dylan Berlinski, Trevor Dobson, Keilyn Dye-Giuliani, Kameron Fritsche, Josiah Holroyd, Brianna Kuempel, Shane McPherson, Joseph Moffett, Gabriel Moog, Paige Nordstrom, Taylor Stevens, Dawson Sundelius, James Swanson, Travis Vanstraten, Autumn Weeks Second Semester Eighth Grade A- or Better: Izaya Bengry, Tierney Cayo, Brandon Child, Sarah Kerttu, Emmy Kinner, Matthew Maki, Madiline McNamara, Seth Miatech, Alexis Rullcoski, Allie Schive, Sydney Schram, Dante Thurston, Michelle Wiegand Eighth Grade B or Better: Kole Atanasoff, Candis Barker, McKenna Carlson, Reece Deneau, Mark Fittante Jr., Baylee Fritton, Kailey Garavet, Gage Gill, Paige Hebert, Ariana Jager, Patrick Leanna, Molly

Meyer, Frank Olson, Jessie Palmer, Emily Pomeroy, Dennis Powell, Katilee Rhino, Kyle Rose, Jeremy Rozine, Stephanie Spanos, Andrew Spigarelli, Eric Stine, Nacole Swanson, Brady Tomlinson, Austin Ver-

Finlandia lists honors HANCOCK—Finlandia University has announced that Jonica R. Rucinski of Crystal Falls has been named to the dean’s list for the spring 2013 semester. Emily B. Ragan and Lori B. Stachowicz, both of Iron River, are both on Finlandia’s spring 2013 honors list.

Gogebic CC releases dean’s list IRONWOOD—Dean of Students Jeanne Graham, has issued a list of names of students attending Gogebic Community College who received honors for the second semester of the 2012-2013 academic year. The list includes Aaron Gurchinoff, Jackie Lockhart and Miranda Raab, all of Iron River; Andrea McGeshick of Watersmeet; and Melanie Howard of Bruce Crossing.

ville, Daniel Waite, AJ Weisnicht, Katylynn Weston, Cole Westphal, Justin Williams Seventh Grade A or Better: Kevin Ballinger, Christian Benson, Breanna Kemppainen, Amanda Kudwa, Victoria Maloney, Alex Pangrazzi, Hadley Passamani, Natalie Tomasoski, Neil Tomasoski Seventh Grade B or Better: Hannah Byczek, Trevor Carpenter, Samantha Clements, Mazy Deneau, Grace Gasperini, Makayla Gill, Emily Kurtz, Alexis Lutes, Summer Parent, Olivia Pierce, Erin Possanza, Emily Rudolfi, Megan Strom, Rachael Tefft

Mylchreest award

The Ryan “Rudy� Mylchreest Memorial Scholarship was awarded recently to Catherine Austin and Mary Weslin. Pictured here, from left, are Joclyn Mylchreest, Mary Weslin, Catherine Austin, Nancy Mylchreest, Gracie Mylchreest and Meghan Serbinski. (submitted picture)

Sign up for camps at the Contemporary Center CRYSTAL FALLS—The Crystal Falls Contemporary Center will be having six weeks of themed summer camp for youths ages 5-8. Participants may pick which weeks they would like to attend. Each camp will cost $50 for the first child and $40 for the second child. The first camp is Gardening Week on June 17-20 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Participants will be exploring the environment, planting seeds and learning about bugs, dirt and plants. Lakes Week is June 24-27 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. The kids will learn about four of our surrounding lakes and their inhabitants. Camping Week is July 8-11 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. The kids will talk about popular camping locations, set up a mock campsite and enjoy camp related crafts.

Sports Week is July 15-19 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Participants will learn the fundamentals of 4 different sports and complete a few crafts. Drama Week is July 22-26 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Participants will learn how to write, cast and produce a play. The last week is Animal Week on July 29 – August 2 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. The kids will learn about forest, ocean and jungle animals. For youths ages 9-15 there are three themed camps at the center. The first camp is Do-ItYourself Skincare and NoCook Cooking Camp on June 17-20 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Participants will learn to make homemade skincare products and healthy snacks that involve very little cooking. The cost of

this camp is $60 per student. Drawing Camp is July 15-18 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Participants will explore drawing from a live model, still-life drawing, and drawing from a photograph while also learning about drawing fundamentals. The cost of this camp is $55 per student. Art of Recycling and Handmade Crafts Camp is July 22-25 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Participants will learn how to repurpose recyclables and take home many handmade items. The cost of this camp is $50 per student. For more information about the camps and how to register, contact Melanie Bess-Haight at (269) 539-1986 or email melanieAbess@gmail.com. Pre-registration for each camp is required.

Western Upper Peninsula On or about June 14, 2013, Western Upper Peninsula Manpower Consortium will be releasing a Request for Proposals to seek a Contractor in providing a close-out organization-wide financial and compliance audit for the year ending June 30, 2013. The audit shall be made in accordance with generally accepted government audit standards. The organization is dissolving as of June 30, 2013. If you are interested in receiving a copy of the RFP, please contact Amy Fleury at (906) 789-0558 x 246 or afleury@ jobforce.org.

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The final accelerated reader marking period in Veronica Junak’s fourth grade classroom has ended, and the overall grand champion for the year is Zoe Kolenda, who topped all her previous scores with a total of 121.5 points. She accumulated 292.5 points for the year. MyKenna Kegley edged Cole Alexa for first place with a score of 41.6 points. The students celebrated with a scavenger hunt/picnic at Nelson Field. Pictured from back left: Nolan Anderson, Holden Ross, Lucas Issacson, Ciara Donati, Amber Juntunen, McKenna Kegley and Lexi Gervae. Middle row: Connor Hamilton, Bink Cline, Cole Alexa, Kyle Gaines, Tyler Hockberger, Riley Clements, and Ella Maloney. Front row: Zoe Kolenda, ShiAnne Hookenson, Avery Bociek, Tori Bociek, Livea Mazurek, Maddie Anderson, and Lily Belmore. (submitted photo)

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Menu... West Iron County Schools Summer Lunch Menu —Wednesday, June 12: Grilled cheese, vegetable, fruit. —Thursday, June 13: Wykon bowl, cheese/corn, mashed potatoes, fruit. —Friday, June 14: Pizza, fresh vegetable, fresh fruit. —Monday, June 17: Chicken nuggets, vegetable, fruit. —Tuesday, June 18: Hammy Sammy, vegetable, fruit. Iron River Senior Center —Wednesday, June 12: Chef salad, dinner roll, juice, fruit. —Thursday, June 13: Evening Meal: Chicken/spaghetti, Italian vegs., lettuce salad, fresh strawberries over Jell-O poke cake. —Saturday, June 15: Pancake Day, 8 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Adults $5, children under 12, $2.50. —Monday, June 17: Spare ribs & kraut, buttered carrots 3 bean salad, juice, fruited pudding. —Tuesday, June 18: Swedish meatballs, mashed potatoes, brussel sprouts, fruit, bread pudding. NEW: Evening meal on the second and fourth Thursday, salad bar at 4 p.m., dinner served 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. NOTICE: Meals served 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, reservations taken one day ahead. Call 2656134. If not coming, please call by 9 a.m. on day of meal to cancel. WEEKLY ACTIVITIES: Bridge and cards every Thursday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. with refreshments. Fun Time Bingo, Tuesday and Wednesday, 1:15 p.m. The Site Council sponsors a dance on the second Saturday of each month from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. There is a $5 cover charge. A light lunch is served. Come and join us on Wednesday morning! Coffee & roll - $1. A pancake breakfast is held the third Saturday of every month from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The cost is $5 for adults

and $2.50 for children 12 and under. NEED TRANSPORTATION? Local busing available 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. MondayThursday. Medical, employment, nutrition, social, recreational, educational, shopping, personal. Seniors – 60 and older, $4; Non seniors – under 60, $5; Wheelchair transport, $6. All prices are round trip. Trip to Iron Mountain Wednesday, 5-6 people, $10 per person. Dickinson-Iron Community Service Agency, Iron River Senior Center. Call (906) 2656134. Are you looking for a place to hold your birthday, graduation, anniversary party, or even to hold your organization meeting? Our center is available to rent. Come in, or call for further details at 265-6134. Crystal Falls Senior Center —Wednesday, June 12: Sweet/sour pork, rice, oriental veggies, fruit cobbler, salad bar. —Monday, June 17: Chicken ala king, rice biscuit, squash, mandarin oranges. —Tuesday, June 18: Sloppy Joes, baked beans, broccoli/ cauliflower, apricots. ACTIVITIES: 1st Sunday – Card game of your choice, 1 p.m.-3 p.m. $3 charge with refreshments to follow 2nd Saturday – Pot Luck/ Cribbage at 5:30 pm. 3rd Thursday – Pot Luck at noon with Bingo to follow. BLOOD PRESSURE, Monday & Tuesday before noon meal. Wednesday before 4:30 p.m. meal. 3rd Wednesday – Site Council Meeting at 3 p.m. Amasa Senior Center —Wednesday, June 12: Sloppy Joes, pasta salad, baked beans, fruit/dessert. —Thursday, June 13: Beef roast/gravy, mashed potates, carrots, broc/caulif. salad, peaches. —Tuesday, June 18: Pork chops/gravy, mashed potatoes, Calif. blend, tom/cuc/onion salad, applesauce.

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Stambaugh Twp. approves brine By Nikki Mitchell STAMBAUGH TOWNSHIP— At its regular June 5 meeting, the Stambaugh Township board voted to use a brine solution for dust control on gravel roads in the township. The board accepted the bid by a company from Wittenburg, Wis., for 4,000 gallons of 38 percent brine at 97 cents a gallon, totaling $3,880. The dust control solution would be paid for with the road fund. It will be the first year the township has used brine for dust control. Supervisor Eugene Pellizzaro updated the members and public on the milfoil ordinance No. 19 for the Chicaugon Lake boat landing. Boat stickers will be sold again this year at the concession stands at Pentoga Park. The stickers will be sold again due to the three-year stickers that were sold last year. The township has not received correspondence from the County Board about the issue. According to Pellizzaro, there are 18 acres of milfoil in the lake, and the $24,000 budget in place will help treat

14 acres of milfoil. A new security system is now in place at the Windsor Center, he said, and the township applied for a grant from the insurance company to cover the cost. The board agreed to put a bid out for lawn care at the Windsor Center by putting an ad in the paper. Trustee George Brunswick reported that the state of Michigan will only allow four campers at one time at Holmes Park. Signs with the new policy will be placed in the park. In other business: --A motion was approved to replace the transmission of a truck in the Water Department. The estimated cost is $1,385. --The board agreed to place a “no parking” sign on West

Camp Lake Road at a turnaround, after a request was made by a property owner who claimed that parked cars were blocking the entrance to his

property. --No bids were made on the road construction projects, but the board hopes to have bids by next week.

Iron River man charged with March break-in C RY S TA L FA L L S — A 23-year-old Iron River man has been charged following a Sheriff’s Department investigation into the March 25 breaking and entering at the Northland Marathon station in Caspian. Kyle Remer has been charged with breaking and entering, a 10-year felony, and larceny in a building, a four-year felony. The warrant was authorized by Prosecutor

Melissa Weston. During the early morning hours March 25, deputies from the sheriff’s office responded to a burglar alarm at the station and found that the main entrance door had been broken. Deputies later learned that cigarettes and liquor had been stolen. Remer has been arraigned on the charges in the 95B District Court, with bond set at $2,500.

MSP’s IM post plans open house June 14 IRON MOUNTAIN—The Iron Mountain Post of the Michigan State Police will be holding an open house on Friday, June 14, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Food and beverages will be available, and you will be able to meet MSP personnel who work at the Iron Mountain post, located on U.S. 2 north of the city. Among the displays will be a K9 team, a rollover simulator, DNR and motor carrier officers, a State Police recruiter, an EV tech display, past and present patrol vehicles, the lab, bomb squad and dive team and a distracted driver demo. MSP car seat technicians will also be doing car seat checks during the open house and discuss car seat safety issues.

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I NEED YOUR JUNK CARS: Greentree Auto Recyclers. Licensed dealer. We buy & haul junk cars & trucks. Call (906) 875-6907. If no answer, leave message. 7-17/8 FOR SALE: 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix, V6, 4 door, only one owner, 94,000 miles, sunroof, excellent condition, $3,500 OBO. (906) 265-9734. 6-12/1 FOR SALE: 2003 Chev Cavalier, automatic, AC, runs good, great gas mileage, 92,000 mi. $3,700/ OBO; Capper for Ford Ranger, solid, needs minor work, $45; Tan Lazy Boy recliner, good condition, $65. Phone: (906) 874-3311. 6-12/1

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Outdoors...

Conservation officer honored for life-saving efforts

Rockin’ Robin little and big buddies take a moment from making flower presses at Covenant Point. (Covenant Point photo)

Rockin’ Robins come to Covenant Point

RON RIVER— It was a “rockin” good time this spring for little and big buddies at the Rockin Robin Outdoor Program at Covenant Point. During three Fridays in May, 25 kindergartners and first graders along with 27 big buddies and Covenant Point staff enjoyed activities and fun in

the natural world. Big buddies volunteer their time to assist the children in discovering nature through numerous hands-on experiences. Some of the events were making a bird feeder from an orange, dissecting owl pellets, going on a nature hunt, using binoculars to find birds, plant-

ing flowers, learning bird calls and playing games. The final week children made a flower press to take home. There was also time for children to view turtles, salamanders and newts presented by Dustin Johnson, outdoor education director at Covenant Point.

Plan ahead for trappers’ convention ESCANABA—The U.P. Trappers Association would like to announce its 2013 Convention/ Outdoor Expo coming up on July 12-13 at the U.P. State Fairgrounds in Escanaba. This year’s convention will include an excellent array of trapping and predator calling experts from all around the country. Ron Leggett (member of Trappers Hall of Fame) who will demo on fox trapping, sets,

Wet and Wild Flower Sale to take place June 14-15 KINGSFORD— Dickinson Conservation District’s Wet and Wild Flower Sale is scheduled for Friday, June 14 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, June 15 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The sale will be held at the USDA Service Center, 102 N. Hooper Street in Kingsford (one block behind Shopko). Pre-orders are highly recommended for the best selection. The sale features native wildflower species and grasses that can meet your specific soil and light needs including, wet tolerant shorelines, shade and moderately moist soils, and sun lovers. Plants are sold as plugs for $1.50 a piece or $7 for five. You can reserve your plants by calling the Conservation District at (906) 774-8441 to request an order form. For a full description and images shop the online store located on the Conservation District’s Web site at www.dickinsoncd. org. All proceeds from the sale help support local conservation education efforts.

techniques and lures. Harry Taylor from Maine will show how to trap marten and fisher. Jeff Dunlap will return to the convention this year and teach on how to trap raccoon. George and Bill Porter will put on a weasel trapping demo; a good one for the kids. Kellen Katz will be offering his tips and methods for lure-making. Rich Clark, an agent for NAFA, will be demonstrating proper fur handling. Smiley, from FHA, will show how to properly handle the high dollar otter. Greg Schroeder, also from FHA, will demo on skinning, fleshing and stretching a variety of furbearers. There will also be a jewelrymaking demo for the ladies – create and keep your own creation for free. It will be done

by Tamie Lundborg. And for the predator hunters, Les Johnson of Predator Quest will demonstrate his world famous methods and techniques for calling coyotes, fox and other predators. Also at the event will be outdoor sports equipment, crafters, gun dealers, fishing, boats, woodworking, quilters and more. There will be free fishing and prizes for the kids at the DNR Pocket Park. Hours are from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. Admission is $0 for both days (16 and under free). Food and refreshments will be available. Camping is $20 per night which includes water and electricity. For more information contact Roy Dahlgren at (906) 399-1960 or visit www.uptrappers.com.

IRON COUNTY— When most people hear the phrase, “conservation officer,” they immediately form an image of a man or woman in uniform, measuring fish or checking a hunting license. But conservation officers are fully empowered peace officers, not only capable of – but charged with – maintaining public safety. “We are fully certified police officers,” explained Gary Hagler, chief of the Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division. “We are trained as first-responders to be able to react to any emergency situation. And we take that part of the job very seriously.” The DNR regularly honors those within its ranks who have reacted to emergency situations that might have otherwise had fatal consequences with the agency’s “Lifesaving Award.” Recently, four officers were honored at a Natural Resources Commission meeting, and the circumstances of their actions illustrate how broad the DNR conservation officers’ experience really is. In rural areas, conservation officers are often best-suited to respond when someone turns

up missing, because they have the equipment and training to get around in the woods. Such was the case in Iron County last December when an 89-year-old man, who went out to cut a Christmas tree, failed to return home. CO Jason Wicklund responded to the call and joined a deputy sheriff with the snow

CO Jason Wicklund’s determination resulted in finding a lost senior citizen at 3 a.m. in an Upper Peninsula snowstorm. Wicklund was one of four who received recognition for their life saving efforts. (Michigan DNR photo)

4-H News & Views: busy season approaches By Nick Baumgart, 4-H Youth Program Coordinator 4-H busy season is fast approaching. 4-H clubs, adult leaders and members are all making preparations for their summer projects and programs. These vary depending on the club and members’ interests. The projects could vary from horses, beef, swine and other livestock along with gardening and more. Many of these participants will be showcasing their efforts and talents at county fairs later this summer.

They all work long and hard to produce a quality final product. In addition to the traditional 4-H projects mentioned, many other project and programs exist. Youths with adult leadership are involved in programs that involve community service, shooting sports, leisure activities and life skills among others. Other project areas exist in the areas of theatre arts, photography, environmental science, resource management and many more. There really is

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Canoes by: WU donates to Hunter Safety

Iron County Hunter Safety treasurer Tony Dallavalle, left, received a check from Rick Commenator, president of Wildlife Unlimited of Iron County, for $500 to assist with funding the program.

no limit to what youth can get involved with 4-H! Excitement is in the air as local youth have initiated the first-ever 4-H Youth Council for both Dickinson and Iron counties. These youths will provide input to the adult council and help make decisions to the overall direction of the 4-H programs. Who better to help youths than the youths themselves. Along the way they will learn valuable skills including civic engagement, citizenship, leadership, communication, life skills and more. Some programs to look forward to are 4-H summer camp at Camp Molinare and the Proud Equestrian Program (PEP). Summer camp is cooperating with all counties of the western U.P. to provide opportunities for more youth involvement. Summer camp has and always will be a highlight for many youths to remember. Three sessions will occur in July for campers of different ages. PEP is a therapeutic riding program for riders with disabilities to help improve coordination, balance and posture along with building self-esteem, confidence and social growth. Mostly, it’s fun! Contact the 4-H MSUE for information about any program or to get involved. Call the Dickinson County office at 906-774-0363 or the Iron County office at 906-8750604.

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Wykons, FP 1-2 at girls JV meet NORWAY—Iron County’s high school track teams dominated the results sheet during the Norway JV Invitational, held here on May 28. West Iron County won the team championship with 157 points, and Forest Park was right behind them with 128 points to claim second place. Stephenson was third with 66. One thing seems clear: the Wykon and Trojan girls track teams will continue to be among the best for the next several years. The Wykons won eight events, including three of the relays (the 3200, 800 and 1600). Finishing first in individual events were Carli Johnson in the 200; Ally Jo Polich in 100 high hurdles; Victoria Hoogenboom in the 1600; Elizabeth Pellizzer in the 400; and Keeley Nolingberg in shot put. West Iron girls results:

Forest Park girls results: Track: 100 high hurdles: 3. Katie McCole, 19.92. 100: 1. Maria Stankewicz, 13.59; 5. Caitlin Dorton; 6. Sierra Sholander. 1600: 2. Amanda Bustillos, 6:04.37; 6. Adel Isaacson. 400: 2. Libby Shamion, 1:08.92; 4. Kelsi Hendrickson, 1:12.92; 6. Hannah Bortolini. 300 low hurdles: 1. Katie McCole, 53.34. 800: 1. Bustillos, 2:43.79; 4. Casey Ponchaud. 200: 3. Joslyn Thorsen, 30.52; 4. Dorton. Relays: 400 relay: 1. FP (Stankewicz, Shamion, McCole, Dorton), 55.48. 1600 relay: 2. FP (Stankewicz, Sholander, Melina Doering, Shamion), 4:46.60. Field: High jump: 3.

Stankewicz, 4-4; 4. Doering. Long jump: 1. Doering, 14-11. Discus: 4. Catherine Bloomburg; 5. Leandre Frie; 6. Isaacson. Shot put: 4. Hendrickson; 5. Doering.

The results from the boys competition weren’t as impressive. Forest Park’s boys finished in third place with 78 points, following Stephenson (187) and North Central (136). The Trojans won three field events: Jake DeNell in high jump, Billy Ragio in long jump and Lee Graff in shot put. The Trojans’ 800 and 400 relay teams also finished first.

Team results: Track: 100: 4. Connor Dalpra. 1600: 5. Colton Mihelich. 400: 3. Billy Ragio, 58.00. 800: 4. Mihelich. 200: 4. Jake DeNell; 5. Dalpra. 3200: 3. Alex Bortolini, 12:30.55. Relays: 800 relay: 1. FP (Dalpra, Lee Graff, Ragio, DeNell), 1:42.30. 400 relay: 1. FP (Dalpra, Graff, Ragio, DeNell), 48.34. Field: High jump: 1. DeNell, 4-10. Long jump: 1. Ragio, 18-5. Shot put: 1. Graff, 37-4.

West Iron only earned five team points, all by Michael Barker: Track: 1600: 6. Michael Barker. 400: 5. Barker. 800: 5. Barker.

Soccer practices kick off IRON RIVER—Practices are starting for teams that will be taking part in the Iron River Soccer League this summer. League officials report over 200 children and youths from the area will play in the league this summer, divided among 16 teams split into five age divisions. The new season will start during the week of July 15. Also, older youths and adults are invited to take part in pickup soccer matches, which are being played on Fridays at 6 p.m. at the Gaastra fields. Below is a listing of coaches and teams for each division.

Track: 100 high hurdles: 1. Ally Jo Polich, 18.05; 2. Alexis Golfis, 18.55. 100: 2. Carli Johnson, 13.93. 1600: 1. Victoria Hoogenboom, 5:44.72. 400: 1. Elizabeth Pellizzer, 1:08.83; 4. Caitlyn Piwarski. 300 low hurdles: 2. Golfis, 53.52; 3. Polich, 55.43. 800: 3. Mariah Marcell, 2:57.00; 6. Kristyna Foster. 200: 1. Johnson, 28.93. 3200: 3. Jessica Prudhomme. Relay: 3200 relay: 1. WIC (Melissa Koski, Jamie Ridolphi, Piwarski, Marcell), 12:00.29. 800 relay: 1. WIC (Golfis, Konnor Tousignant, Pellizzer, Johnson), 2:01.98. 400 relay: 2. WIC (Tousignant, Koski, Pellizzer, Johnson), 58.75. 1600 relay: 1. WIC (Marcell, Piwarski, Polich, Pellizzer), 4:45.79. Field: Long jump: 2. Golfis, 146; 3. Polich, 14-5. 6. Trinity Allen. Shot put: 1. Keeley Nolingberg, 27-0.5; 3. Emika Anderson, 24-11; 6. Bailey Rullcoski.

Under 6 Division (4-5 year olds) Coaches Megan Nyberg and Josh Rivard. Team roster: Nathan Camps, Hannah Ferguson, Emma Goldbach, Jacob Goriesky, Olivia LaMay, Eiley Meske, Riley Nava, Marissa Pifke, Madysen Rivard, Ryan Rivard, Dane Ryan, Julianna White. Coaches Anna Parker and Elizabeth Parker: Team roster: Mason Ahola, Lucy Baumgartner, Dominick Brunswick, Colton Dye, Kali Flood, Katelynn Flood, Shiloh Kobe, Ashlyn Lutes, Tanner Nordstrom, Jasiah Parker, Kylee Pollack, Kole Pollack. Coaches: Stephanie Swenski and Caton Nelson. Team roster: Lauren Beauchamp, Marlee Benson, Ella Holm, Cayden Holm, Kailan Mabry, Jayden McWethy, Siena Nelson, Avery Osterlund, Noah Perlongo, Aubrey Richardson, Jenna Sunn, Matthew Swenski. Coaches Josh Brindle and Grace Brindle: Nathan Amerson, Dylan

Forest Park’s girls won four events along with the 400-meter relay. Taking first were Maria Stankewicz in the 100, Katie McCole in the 300 low hurdles, Amanda Bustillos in the 800; and Melina Doering in long jump.

Bowser, Zuri Brindle, Kylee Devore, Colton Devore, Ryker Gill, Logan Laird, Lacey Mattson, Rylie Ramirez, Lacey Shamion, Roy Waters, Winter Weeks. Under 8 Division (6-7 year olds): Coach: Joe Jochem. Team roster: Brennon Gursky, Kali Harty, Bradly Jochem, Devin LaMay, Jalyn Mattson, Haylie Murillo, Raegan Sarafiny, Andrew Spanos, Julia Swenski, Johnothan Swenski, James White. Coaches: Sara Gill, Aly Pangrazzi and Breanna Kemppainen. Team roster: Tatum Clark, Wesley DeVore, Keenan Dobson-Donati, Kiersten Ferguson, Haiden Gill, Sierra Hooper, Darren Miller, Savannah Parker, Danica Shamion, Sidney Storti, Alexander Tilley, Tony Wiegand. Coaches: Rich Smith and Erik Strom. Team roster: Hunter Baumgartner, Justin Carey, Jackson Strom, Caleb Strom, Ethan Isaacson, Seth Ryan, Hannah Guzowski, Kaylee Rosengren, Kaitlyn Smith, Hosanna Brindle, Kya Dallavle, Addison Franzene. Under 10 Division (8-9 year olds): Coaches: David McCord and Jody Johnston. Team roster: Eli Anderson, Hailee Bradshaw, Logan Bradshaw, Remington Burton, Carli Guzowski, Abigail Hockberger, Ayden Jarvi, Joe Johnston, Brady Johnston, Brayden Marcell, Logan McCord, Natalie Pigeon, Autumn Smith, Landon Sundelius, Riley Wiegand. Coaches: Jeremy Stairs and Nick Karnack. Team roster: Kyle Bigelow, Callista Bortolameolli, Kyle Carlson, Aurelia Clements, Aurora Dahl, Sadie Donati, Bailey Hoffart, Sam Holroyd, Alyssa Johnson, Gracie Mylchreest, Alexis Razo, Riley Rosengren, Blaze Rybicki, Justin Stairs, Summer Weeks. Coaches: Ott Gaines and Karl Seymour. Team roster: Mackenzee Benson, Adrian Bruette, Jasmine Campbell, Savannah Cole, Matthew Dutcher, Kyle Gaines, Elise Golberg, Jenson Guth, Olivia Kerttu, Taylor Leonoff, Nick Mattson, Kaytlynn Miller, Elias Pena, Lizzy Seymour, Joseph Velie, Zoe Waters.

Under 12 Division (10-11 year olds): Coaches: Trish Ross and Zack Stuck. Team roster: Maddie Anderson, Kali Applin, Sierra Cole, Shianne Hookenson, Halley Johnson, Kadie Kurtz, Justyn Lambert, Shelby Lambert, Aubrey Locke, Anna Malmquist, Colton Marcell, Livea Mazurek, Holden Ross, Lillie Stapleton. Coaches: Adam Holroyd and Erick Shamion. Team roster: Kara Anderson, Avery Bociek, Tori Bociek, Alan Clements, Alyssa Dominici, Miranda Golberg, Koda Hall, Ellie Holroyd, Ethan Holroyd, Lucas Isaacson, Dayle Kemppainen, Aspen Powell, Courtney Reitmeyer, Jordan Shamion, Whitely Wehmanen. Coaches: BeKah Serbinski, Chris Paul and Andrew Hockberger. Team roster: Kayla Anderson, Mitchell Ballinger, Emily Child, Dolan Dobson, Rachel Gill, Tyler Hockberger, Zoe Kolenda, Marly Mattson, Danielle Polzin, Nicole Polzin, Sarah Premo, Lucas Shovald, Malia Sykora, Alex Wickstrom, Dayvid Fish. Under 16 Division (12-15 year olds): Coaches: Doug Tomasoski and Hugh Miller. Team roster: Caden Buchanan-Newman, McKenna Carlson, Brittany Cunningham, Mark Fittante, Dakota Hawkes, Rachel Malmquist, Kendall Miller, Emily Nelson, Lizzy Rometti, Stephanie Spanos, Mariah Stachowicz, Natalie Tomasoski, Neil Tomasoski. Coaches: Ethan Novak and Catherine Novak. Team rosters: Brandon Child, Jamie Child, Sami Clements, Andrew Golberg, Samantha Hookenson, Sarah Kerttu, Brad Premo, Katilee Rhino, Emily Rudolfi, Dawson Rybicki, James Swanson III, Brad Wickstrom, Kheldon Fish. Coaches: Randy Lapp, Ivy Lapp and Jake Bigari. Team roster: Garrett Bigelow, Kali Dennis, Brady Hinshaw, Josiah Holroyd, Devin Locke, Cole Masnova, Caden Pellizzer, Zion Phillips, Isaac Serbinski, Autumn Weeks,

IRON RIVER—The Windsor Center will be hosting “Camp Gibby,” a basketball camp for boys and girls entering kindergarten, first grade and second grade. The camp takes place Monday and Tuesday, July 1 and 2, from 1 to 3 p.m. both days, at the Windsor Center. It will focus on the fundamentals of basketball, breaking down parts of the game, proper form and technique and drills to enhance skills that can be done at home.

Participants will learn about teamwork, sportsmanship and having fun with basketball. Camp Gibby will be coached by Becky (Gibula) Tagel, a graduate of West Iron County High School. To register, go to Windsorcenter.org or call Dawn Pisoni at 906-3675218.

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‘Camp Gibby’: hoops camp for youngsters

Final Four in 1st

The Final Four, a fourth grade 3-on-3 basketball team from West Iron County, won the championship at a recent 3-on-3 tourney held in Carney. Team members (from left) are Livea Mazurek, Avery Bociek, McKenna Kegley and Tori Bociek. (submitted photo)

NORTHSTAR Ice Lake Clinic Remodels NORTHSTAR Health System is excited to announce a remodel of the Ice Lake Clinic. This will provide better access for their providers and patients as well as prepare the clinic for the new electronic medical record. During the remodel, providers will be relocated at the following locations beginning June 6, 2013. Please call (906) 265-9001 with any questions. Dr. Kim Mahler

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Crystal View Ladies Golf League, June 7 Game—stink hole: 1. Jenna Simbob, 41; Julie Bean, 52; Char Sikora, 52; Tahoney Anderson, 67. Low scores: Jenna Simbob, 46, 46. Chip-in: Sal Santilli on #3. Notes: 50-50 winners, Barb Webb, Nancy Clark, Mary Schiavo and Angelo Aho/Lynda Cross … “Come on out ladies and enjoy the beautiful Crystal View Golf Course and join us for an afternoon/evening of Golf and fun!” …

Indoor bocce Windsor Center Thursday

Night Mixed results, June 6 Munching Mosquitoes (Dale Safford, Kim Kunchynski, Amy Pratt) def. Dragonflies (Eleanor Lindahl, Sue Sprague, Joann Menghini) 2-0. Pink Blossoms (Helen Berglund, Lorraine Meinhardt, Gail Baker) def. Crabby Apples (Kris Graves, Jean Scheibe) 2-0. Note: New players are invited every Thursday at 5:15 p.m. Teams are randomly chosen each week.

West Iron’s Carli Johnson hits the finish line, winning first place in the Division 2 200-meter dash during the U.P. Finals track meet June 1 at Kingsford.

Waara’s 77 leads West Iron golfers IRON RIVER—Austin Waara tied for runner-up medalist honors and led West Iron’s boys golf team to a tie for fourth place at the Division 2 U.P. Finals, held at Norway’s Oak Crest course on May 29. L’Anse’s Tristen Leaf was medalist with a 74, and Waara, a senior, fired a 77, as did Norway’s Austin Hansen and Hancock’s Kyle Hauswirth. Hancock (324) won the team title by one stroke over Norway (325), with Iron Mountain (330) taking third. West Iron finished in a fourth place tie with L’Anse at 349. Riley Thomson, a freshman, shot an 89 for the Wykons, and was 19th place overall. They were followed by three sophomores, Kyle Maki (24th, 91), Alec Schmelebeck (26th, 92) and Max Maloney (28th, 95). • Freshman Erin Angeli had the best score among West Iron’s girls at the U.P. Finals, with an 18-hole score of 128— she was 19th overall. Monica

Eagloski, a junior, shot 130 and was 22nd, and freshman Megan Quayle finished 29th. West Iron did not have enough golfers to compile a team score. Iron Mountain (421) won the team title, followed by Ironwood (458) and Manistique (466). IM teammates Katelynn Johnson and Cassie Feira both shot 96.

Bocce

Joseph W. Polich Bocce League, First half June 3 standings: Jacobs Funeral Home 5-1; Mr. T’s 5-1; Alice’s Supper Club 3-3; Gasperini’s Property Service 3-3; Krist Oil Co. 3-3. Dina Mia 2-4; The Depot 2-4; Tony Fittante Sales 1-5. June 3 scores: Jacobs Funeral Home def. Gasperini Property Service 2-1; The Depot def. Tony Fittante sales 2-1; Krist Oil Co. def. Dina Mia 2-1; Mr. T’s def. Alice’s Supper Club 3-0. June 17 schedule: Alice’s Supper Club vs. Dina Mia; Krist Oil Co. vs. Jacobs Funeral Home; Tony Fittante Sales vs. Mr. T’s; Gasperini Property Service vs. The Depot.

Gussert leads FP girls to 3rd place CRYSTAL FALLS—Forest Park’s Lexi Gussert led her Lady Trojan team again on May 29 at the Division 3 girls golf U.P. State Finals. Gussert, who has more basketball and volleyball honors than you can shake a stick at, also excels at golf and fired a 99 to lead the Lady Trojans to a third place finish at the D3 finals, held at Highland Golf Club near Escanaba. Her teammates also had strong days: Kaitlyn Bradley shot 108, Abby Sommers fired a 113, Toni Santi had a 123 and Hannah Marinoff shot 139. Sommers is a senior; all the others are juniors. Munising won the team title with a score of 416, followed by Bark River-Harris (435) and the Lady Trojans (444). Cedarville (447) was fifth. • Mitch Bal had Forest Park’s best score at the Division 3 boys golf finals. Bal shot a 90 to lead the Trojans. Steven West shot a 92, followed by Kevin Stankewicz (95), Brett Smithson (97) and Dennis Mitchell (97).

Smithson and Mitchell are sophomores; the others are juniors. Forest Park finished with a team score of 374, taking 10th place. Painesdale Jeffers won the team honors with a 333, followed by Bessemer (335), North Central (344) and Munising (346).

Little League twin-bill set this Friday

IRON RIVER—The Iron County Little League will feature all four of its teams in a doubleheader planned this Friday, June 14, at Bachman Park here. The twin-bill starts with Miners State Bank taking on VFW at 5 p.m. Once that game ends, CoVantage Credit Union will face Dina Mia, with first pitch scheduled for 7 p.m. A concessions stand will be open, with hot dogs, brats and drinks available. All proceeds will go to Iron County Little League.

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Youth fish at Iron County derbies Photos by Nikki Mitchell

Holden Ross shows off his 18 -3/4 inch splake caught at Lake Ottawa while spending the day with his grandpa, Rich Junak, at the fishing derby.

During the USFS Kids Fishing Derby at Lake Ottowa on June 8, Kameron Maki fishes with Tara Maki off the park’s fishing dock.

ORV safety class to be held on June 15 IRON COUNTY—The Iron County Sheriff Department is running a free ORV safety class on Saturday morning, June 15. The class will start promptly at 8 a.m. and continue to noon. The class will be held at the Iron County Courthouse. Students will be met at the south entrance of the courthouse by the instructor and admitted to the classroom at 8 a.m. sharp. There is limited classroom space, so youth from Iron County will be given first preference in attending the safety class. If there is space available, out of county youth may register for the class. Please sign up early to make

sure that your student is assured a seat in the class. The learning materials are geared for youth that have attained the age of at least 12 years old. No students under the age of 12 will be allowed to take the class. Students that take the class and pass the examination will be issued an ORV safety certificate. This allows youths to ride an ORV on the trails while accompanied by an adult. The instruction and materials will be provided by the Iron County Sheriff Department. To register for the ORV safety class please call the Iron County Sheriff Department during regular business hours at (906) 875-0650.

Madalyn Fischer tries her best to name the fish on the card in the fish identification contest at Lake Ottawa. Steve Kickert of the Ottawa National Forest turns the cards as she identifies the various species.

Kierra Hollingsworth is proud to show the first catch of the day at Bewabic State Park’s youth fishing derby. She is holding a 6-inch sunfish.

WU fishing day set for June 22 CRYSTAL FALLS—Wildlife unlimited of Iron County will he hosting their second annual Youth Fishing Contest on June 22. The evetn will take place at Runkle Lake from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Top prizes will be awarded for largest game and pan fish. Bait will be provided. Youths up to 17 years old are invited to attend, along with their parent/guardian. Participants are asked to bring fishing poles and life jackets as some boats will be available. Free lunch will provided. For more information call (906) 875-3081 or (906) 8753014.

Lily Curnow (right) is excited to have her line in the water and hopes to reel in a big fish at Bewabic State Park. Josie Noblet fishes alongside her.

Outdoor Observations By Our Readers

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A bobcat entertained Sue & Dan Passamani on the evening of May 26,as they watched it attack their decorative rabbit. They also had a pretty good sized bear nose around their yard. (Passamani photo)

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Anytime: S’mores! Don’t forget dessert at the bonfire!

Outdoor First Aid & Survival: Be prepared for the unexpected! Learn how to handle burns, cuts, sprains, bites and surviving the elements in case of an emergency.

GPS (Geocaching) 101: Join us for a treasure hunt and try out geocaching and learn the basics of GPS use!

Fishing 101: Learn the biomechanics of proper casting, as well as, fish identification from the pros, the Department of Natural Resources Fisheries Division!

Campfire Cooking: More than just hotdogs and marshmallows! Let us show you how to cook like a chef around the campfire using fun ingredients to create surprising entrees.

Fit-N-Ready: NHS staff and EMS will provide free health screenings such as blood pressure, bone density, blood sugar, cholesterol & oximetry.

Disc Golf: Learn the basics of disc golf, plus the rules and elements of the game! Instruction on proper technique, strategies and form. In case of severe weather, some activities could be cancelled for safety reasons. Cancellations will be posted at the park or call (906) 875-3324. The alternate rain date would be June 25th.

Rich Frighetto ran into two red fox kits near a culvert by a home at Chicaugon Lake on June 7. But only one of them hung around for his photo session. (Frighetto photo)

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For Camping, Reservations and Recreation Passport Fees, visit www.michigan.gov/dnr. For information about the park or events, visit www.michigan.gov/bewabic or call (906) 875-3324. A Recreation Passport is required for entry into Bewabic State Park.


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