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Communit THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood, Ml — Tuesday, June 30,1998 Page 4 Happenings BE A to have strawberry social BESSEMER — The Bessemer Education Association wiH host its ninth an- nuai strawberry social at city hall from noon until 4 p.m. Friday. Strawberry cakes, coffee or juice will be served for $2 per person. Salad luncheon to be held BESSEMER — The annual Sharon Lutheran salad luncheon during the Bessemer 4th of July festivities will be held at the church hall Thursday from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Cost is $3.50. Under 6 are free. The church is located at 100 Sellar St. AARP announces appointments Michigan AARP State Representative David H. Cunningham, Lansing, and James Whiting, state president, Detroit, announce the appointment of Grace (Bette) Nurkkala, Ironwood, as associate state coordinator of community operations. Carol Trudell, Negaunee, has been named Dist. 1 coordinator. Vacation Bible School scheduled Range Community Bible Church presents "Water Adventures and Treasures From The Sea" as the theme for Vacation Bible School Jury 20-24. Daily events will focus on stormy sea adventures from the Bible: Noah, Genesis, Jonah, and Jesus in the Gospels. Activities are planned for those entering kindergarten through adults, with skits, music, crafts, storytelling and action games. Highlights include: . —Water game nights, where participants will definitely get wet • —Special water safety rescue skills and challenges tor fifth and sixth graders. . - ' • ,' - - •..••• • ••,-., •'•' • ; • ' —Junior and senior high participants will spend time with members of the .Air Land Emergency Resource Team from Watersmeet. ALERT members will demonstrate diving and outdoor survival skills. —Adutts and parents will have a daily Bible study with the pastor, and coffee break, —There will be activities for develppmentaliy disabled adults again this year/...-...' .•' ':, • .' * .' .••••'• • ." . . " —A closing "bon voyage" party and program is planned for Friday night. Events take place at the church, 610 U.S. 51 South, Hurtey. 5:45 to 8:15 p.m. dairy. * • • ' ' '• Dance planned at Wakefield VFW WAKEFIELD — There will be a dance at the Wakefield VFW Saturday from 8p.m. to midnight. Music is by Polka Hall of Famer Mike Rydeski and the Polka Jacks. Cost is $5 per person. . Wakefieid VFW Post No..9084 will sponsor a pancake breakfast Sunday at 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. UFHEAD218 Township offices to be closed ^ Charter Township of Ironwood offices will be closed all day Friday in observance of the 4th of Jury holiday. SSA representative in Ontonagon ONTONAGON — A representative of the'lronwood Social Security office wi« be at Cane Court in Ontonagon Wednesday, Jury 8, from 10:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. and again from 2 to 3:30 p.m. . Reunion Motes Music wiM toHow. The daw wi« have an entry in the Bessemer 4th of Jury Parade. Persons who would tike to attend the reunion, or persons who wouM like to participate in the parade, may call Charter* at (800) 336-O973, or Charlotte at (906) 663-4872. (A limited number of commemorative T- shirts wiN be available for sale to wear in the parade.) A.D. Johnston class of 1968 BESSEMER — A.D. Johnston class of 1968 wilt have a ctass- mates-onty get-together at the B*utf Valley Park in Bessemer Friday at 7 p.m. On Sunday, Jury 5, dassmates and spouses wM meet at Manny's in Ironwood at noon tor brunch. For more Information, call Gail Samson at932-4890. A.D. Johnston eiaaa of 73 The A.D. Johnston (Bessemer) Class of 1973 will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Pub & Grub for "Classmates Night." The dasa reunion will be Friday night at 6 p.m. at PowdermiR Inn. For more information, cafl 6636077. Calendar Today Iron County Forestry-Parks Committee, 1:30 p.m., Iron County Courthouse, Hurley. Wednesday Bessemer Area Sewer Authority, Board of Trustees. 3 p.m., council chambers, City Hall, Bessemer. tromvood Planning Commission, Calendar 5:30 p.m., Community Development Conference Boom, second floor, Municipal Memorial Building, Ironwood. Gogebte County Family Independence Agency. Board, special meeting, 7 p.m. Gogebfc Medical Care Faciity, Rt. 1, Box 31. Wakefield. Club Motes Engagement Reunion JVotes o Luther L. Wright High School class o< 1953 will ho4d a reunion planning meeting on tonight at 6:30 at Brooklyn's Bar A GriH. Ironwood. A.O. Johnston cl««« of 63 BESSEMER — Be*semer A.D. Johnston class of 1963 will celebrate its 35th year reunion with a picnic at Reunion Notes Eddy Park (new pavilion) in Wsks- field Thursday. Festivities begirt at 3 p.m., with pictures at 5:30 p.m. and dinner at 6:30. month from June through August). Range Woodcarvers, 7 p.m., A.D. Johnston High School, Bssssfiw. last meeting before upcoming show. Today AA and Alanon meeting, 7:30, Church ot the Transfiguration, Ironwood. ':•' : Gamblers Anonymous, 6, downstairs. Our Lady ot Peace Catholic Church, Ironwood. AA meeting, 7, Lac Vieux Desert Spiritual Center, Watersmeet. Weight Watchers weigh-in, 5:15; meeting 6, Salem Lutheran Church, Ironwood. Ironwood American Legion Post 5 board ot directors, 6:30, Post clubrooms (last Tuesday of the month.) Narcotics Anonymous, 6, Church of the Transfiguration, Ironwood. Overeaters Anonymous, 7, conference room, Lakeland Community Senior Center, Minocqua, Wis. W«dn*»day AA meeting, 7:30 p.m., First Presbyterian Church, Bessemer. Ironwood-Hurtey Rotary Club,. 12:10 p.m., Country Kitchen. AA and Alanon, 7:30 p.m. (EOT). Bruce Crossing Fire HaB. AA (non-smoking), 7;30 p.m. (EOT), Ontonagon Village Housing, 100 Can* Court. KJassic Kruisers Car Club, 7 p.m., Ironwood American Legion Post 5 dubrooms (second Wednesday of each month. ' Antilla-LInn Mr. and Mrs. Robert Linn.Wake- | (ietd, announce the engagement of their daughter, Julie Ann. to Kevin Antilla, the son of Clayton and Betty Antitla, of Calumet. Mich. The bride-to-be is, a graduate Of . Wakefield High School and Northern Michigan University with a bachelor's degree in English. The groom is also a graduate of Northern Michigan University with a bachelor's degree in computer information systems. A July 1998 wedding is planned. Activities reflect country ideals for Vacation Bible School Fat Tire Club rides again The Tuesday Night Fat Tire Club will have its annual holiday ride tonight Interested riders should meet at the Bessemer Fire Hall at 6 p.m. Any and all mountain bike riders are welcome. There wiM.be a coofcout to follow at Big Powderhom Mountain. Montreal off ices to be closed MONTREAL, Wis. — City of Montreal offices will be dosed Monday, Jury 6. in observation of the Fourth ot July weekend. UFHEAD218 Pike Location to have reunion WAKEFIELD — "We Like Pike" reunion is set for Wednesday from 1 to 6:30 p.m. at the old pavilion al Eddy Park. Those attending are asked to bhng dishes to pass and folding chairs. Bessemer Lions to have barbecue BESSEMER — The Bessemer Lions Club will hold its seventh annual barbecue dinner Wednesday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Bessemer VFW clubrooms on U.S. 2. The Lions will offer the traditional barbecue chicken artd com-on-the-cob dinner (including coleslaw, roll and cake) for $5. A hot dog and corn-on-the- cob dinner (including coleslaw and cake) is available for $2. * . • - ' • - Onnella Addition to have gathering WAKEFIELD — An Onnella Addition gathering will be in Wakefield Wednesday at 5 p.m. at the Keenagers dining room. "Please bring photographs," said a spokesperson. • Those attending are asked to bring a dish to pass. Ham, potato roHs, juice, coffee and dessert will be provided. For more information, call Rita 229-5401. Historic museum to be open WAKEFIELD — The Historical Society Museum at 306 Sunday Lake St. will be open Thursday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. for coffee and dip- pings. Saturday hours will be open for an old-fashioned picnic on the grounds, beginning at 11 a.m. Salem Seniors to meet Satem Seniors will meet Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Salem Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall. Variety show set Thursday WAKEFIELD — The Hometown Variety Show will be held at the WakefiekJ High School gym Thursday at 7 p.m. . The event will include the Community chorus, Alleluhia, Choir of All Saints Church, musicals, solos, instrumental, dance and comedy acts. Andy Hill wiH be master of ceremonies, with former members of the Wake- fietd band as honor guests. Improvisation workshop set There will be an improvisation workshop at Theatre North on Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. for ages 18-100. For further information call 932-2751. Immanuel Lutheran Church, Little Girl's Point, held its annual Vacation Bible School last week with an enrollment of 39 children and teena. The theme and Betting was "Sonlight Farm. 1 * Lessons and all other activities reflected a country idea of growing kids God's way. Youngest classes were taught about God's creations "Dawn on the Farm" while the older ones were shown they need to put their complete trust in God as they "Moo'ved to New Pastures," with the Tower of Babel and Abraham lessons. "A Pest in the Garden of Eden," David and Bathsheba and Peter's Denial in the Courtyard brought out the fact that all have finned and are in need of forgiveness. All groups gathered on Wednesday morning for a skit titled The Light in the Stable," in which Bethany Winn played the wife of a disgruntled innkeeper and Kasey Mickschl played an Angel. Classes followed through with more learning and activities about the birth of Jeaua aa our Savior.. The next day, "Son's A' Risin". proved God's promise of salvation; and Tickin' the Peace" waa the top crop that the children were sent home with, knowing that whatever comes in life, Hi a gift and the peace it gives will get them through. A final day's skit on Peace was presented by Nikki and Randy Kaarre and Ryan Olson. Teachers were Lisa Fruati, Darla Kaarre, Kay Clark, Dolores Bennett and Bonnie Winn, who waa also the music director. Teen teacher helpers were Shawn Clark, Jackie Lotzer, Dee Cummings and Lisa Diabalo. Nikki Kaarre led most of the crafts and Erika Kaarre took care of daily snacks. Jared Bratu prepared and led games throughout ErinSWbo WATERFORD — Jon and Susie Skibo, of Waterford, are parents of a daughter, Erin EMzabeth Skibo. bom June 23, 1998. Erin weighed in at 6 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 20l£ inches long. Grandparents are Dave and Pat Doney, Bessemer, and Stan and Sondra Skibo, of Waterford. Cor* Zorich Mike and Jennie Zonch, of 1024 Douglas Boulevard, Ironwood, are parents of a daughter. Cora Belle Zorich. bom June 25, 1998, at The Birth Place," Grand View Hospital. Cora joins a brother Darren James Zorich. Grandparents are Jim and Barb Dunbar, and John and Kitty Zorich. Great-grandparents are James and Jean Polacek, Violet Ounbar and Agnes Zorich. Great-great-grandmothers are Jennie JankowskJ and Ruth Elmer. the week. Byron Bennett waa in attendance daily to assist wherever needed. Rev. Todd Frusti, pastor of the congregation, led morning devotions and was the chef for Friday's cookout. Syble Lange supervised the picnic meal. Members of Immanuel and many others in the neighborhood helped with preparations, supplies and financial contributions. Interpretive program scheduled WATERSMEET — Thursday's program at the Watersmeet Visitor Center will be presented by Robert Evans, resident wildlife biologist at the Watersmeet District Ranger Station of the Ottawa National Forest. Evans is a longtime resident of the Watersmeet area, and has worked with Forest Service since 1981. After graduation from Michigan : Tech, Evans received his master's degree at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. A portion of the Thursday night presentation, Loons of the Ottawa National Forest, is a video presentation produced by a' professional wildlife photographer from the state of Colorado. The photographer observed and filmed a family of loons, documenting behavior, habits and the beauty of this fascinating bird. After the video viewing, Evans will present an update on our local loon population. He will address concerns biologists and others have for the preservation and safety of this species. Additionally, he will shed more light on what we should all be aware of when and if we 'encounter these animals. • Evans will leave ample time at the end of the program for questions regarding loons and other wildlife found within the Ottawa National Forest. The Watersmeet Visitor Center is located at the intersection of U.S. 45 and U.S. 2 in Watersmeet. All of the Thursday night programs begin at 7 p.m. in the center's auditorium. Everyone is welcome and admission is free. ONE PHONE CALL •nd yowswatws SELUNQ GIANT 932-2211 DANCE At Wakefield VFW Sat July 4th'98 8-12 p.m. $J Mask by Poikj Hal of Famer KYI POUCA JACKS Sunday Jury 5th 7 •.nv-1 p.m. Seminars are scheduled for elementary teachers EAGLE RIVER, Wis. — A series of week-long seminars for teachers this summer nt Trees For Tomorrow, the natural resources education center in Eagle River, will help educators im- "The forestry and land use workshop for elementary grade instructors is set for. the week of July 6-10," Panel said. "The week will be packed with field studies, hands-on projects which can be prove teaching skills, while earti- - replicated in the classroom, ami tips on teaching the latest Project Learning.Tree activities." ing University of Wisconsin cred-. its. ' '-. • ' '" Seminar director Joe Panci said one of the offerings, titled, "What's In The Woods," is specifically designed for elementary teachers seeking creative ideas for presenting forestry and land use issues to their students. Area students named to dean's list LA CROSSE, Wis. — Three local students were among 547 who were named to the spring semester dean's honor list at Viterbo College. . They are Elizabeth J. Busakowski and Judisch A. Sim, both of Ironwood,' and Pamela J. Udd, Rnmsay. Viterbo College is a four year, co-educational liberal arts college located in La Crosse. It was founded more than'a century ago by the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration. Panci, a forester, along with elementary school teacher Don Tincher, wiil serve as faculty for the week. Participants will join in activities to teach map and compass use, tree identification, papermaking and wildlife tracking. They'll take a variety of field trips to iearn forest and land use' concepts. Panci invites teachers interested in the workshop to cat! 1- 800-TFT-WISC /or registration materials or for a catalog describing the other seminar availabilities. "What's In • The. Woods" costs $230, plus UW tuition, but full or partial 'scholarships may be available. Births Anne Krause GREEN BAY, Wis. — Lori and Joe Krauso Jr., of Green Bay, are parents of a daughter, Anne Rose Krause, bom June 28, 1998, at Bellin Hospital. Green Bay. Anne joins a big brother, Andrew, at home. Grandparents are Judy and the late Joe Krause Sr., Ironwood. and Rose and Norto Propson, Chilton Wis. Look Judy Who's 4O Love, Mom & Dad Learn Where You Live Northern Michigan University Extension Courses Ironwood Arga Fall '98 3.0 2.0 ED 440 THE MIDDLE SCHOOL 12026-90 Room T21, Gogebic Community College Nijro Meets from 5:30-9 p.m. on the following I I Mondays: Aug 31- Sept I 4, 21. 28; Oct. 5, I 2, 26; »nd Nov 2, 9. 16. 23. ED S9t EDUCATIONAL APPLICATIONS TO THE INTERNET 11975-92 Room B113, Gog«bic Community College Jinkerjon Meeu Fridays from 6-9 p,m. »nd Saturdays from 9 i.m.-4 p.m. on th« following 3 weekends: Sept 18-19; ind Oct. 2-3, 16-17. Th«We«k«f>d CoJI«t« program off«n |r»duit« and und«rjraduat« counts on th« NMU campui. Undtrfnduat* corrvipondcrKt coun« arc alto anjl»b)« Cill 127-2102 for mor« tfitetrraOon or visit our w«bnt« at wwnmu «du/ce To Neffttw: CaJI lUfHtrmdon and Scheduling »0* 127-21*2. Northern Michigan University Continuing Education ft Sponson-d 14<)1 J'rvstjiJ* l.vl* Mjrqvift1r.MK-hiK.tn

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