AAUW meeting to explore estate planning

ESCANABA — The Escanaba Area Branch of AAUW (American Association of University Women) will hold its March 14 meeting at 6:30 p.m. at St. Steven’s Church located at 500 Ogden Ave. in Escanaba.

Katie Clark, attorney with Upper Michigan Law, will discuss estate planning with the group. Members and guests are asked to RSVP to 786-3415 by March 13 if they plan to attend.

AAUW membership is open to men and women holding an Associate’s Degree or higher. It promotes equity, diversity, and life-long learning. Established in 1881, AAUW is recognized globally as a prominent voice for women’s issues and has led research projects on school bullying, sexual harassment, pay equity and Title IX. For more information on AAUW, call 474-6545.

Kennel Club plans ­meeting for March 8

ESCANABA — The Bay de Noc Kennel Club will hold its next general meeting on Thursday, March 8 at 7 p.m. at the Kennel Club Building at 6687 N.75 Dr. Escanaba (just north of the Hannahville Ice and Turf Complex, next to the baseball field). The public is welcome to attend.

Beginner Nosework class begins April 4. This class teaches dogs and handlers how to find a particular scent. Please see the club’s website for this class and other classes beginning in March and April at

Breakfast at St. Thomas the Apostle

ESCANABA — St. Thomas the Apostle Church will serve Breakfast on Sunday, March 4 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Parish Hall, 1820 9th Avenue North, Escanaba.

The menu includes pancakes, potatoes, eggs, sausage, toast, coffee and juice.

There is a fee for the breakfast, but children five and under are served free. All are welcome.

Cedar Creek performs tonight at Amvets

ESCANABA — Amvets post 123, located at 1315 North Lincoln Road in Escanaba, are featuring the country band Cedar Creek from 7 to 11 p.m. on Friday March, 2. Visitors are welcome to join us with a donation. Veterans and the public are welcome.

Breaking Bread at Jack’s Restaurant

RAPID RIVER — Trinity Episcopal, of Gladstone, will be holding their monthly session of ‘Breaking Bread’ on Tuesday, March 6. The session will take place at Jack’s Restaurant in Rapid River.

A meal is provided at 6 p.m. followed by a video and discussion on how God works in our daily lives. All are welcome.

Breaking Bread takes place the first Tuesday of each month. For a reservation please call Sue Ray at (906) 474-9926 or text (906) 399-6143.

Cribbage in Gladstone

GLADSTONE — The Bay de Noc Peggers Club 218 will play each Monday at 7 p.m. at the Lake Bluff Retirement Village Community Center. Nine games of cribbage are played one-on-one with, one fourth of the players earning money. The club has existed for over 20 years and members earn points that add up to awards from the American Cribbage Congress (ACC). Points are earned with two for a win, zero for a loss and three for a skunk.

Play begins at 7 p.m. each Monday New players are welcomed. Call Joe or Donna Aird at 428-3844 for more information.

Sit and be fit class offered in Gladstone

GLADSTONE — Sit and be fit class will be on Monday and Wednesday, from 10 to 10:45 a.m. at the Gladstone Senior Center. Call Donna Aird at 420-2730 if you would like more information.