Summer meal program
GLADSTONE — The Meet Up and Eat Up Program will begin in Gladstone on June 17 at James T. Jones School Cafeteria.
Meals will be served from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. All children 18 and under eat free. There is a small fee for adult meals.
All are welcome.
Dr. Keirsten Smith at North Woods Place
ESCANABA — Dr. Keirsten Smith will visit North Woods Place Tuesday, June 18 to discuss arthritis pain and treatment from 2 to 3 p.m.
RSVP by calling Heidi at 906-789-2268. North Woods Place is located at 501 S. Lincoln Road, Escanaba.
Kids on Kampus programs at Bay
ESCANABA — Bay College has announced the return of the Kids on Kampus summer youth programs.
A variety of course options will provide students with an opportunity to experience learning in a format different than their traditional classrooms. Kids entering fourth through seventh grade will experience hands-on learning during three-day courses focused on activities and fun.
Course offerings include: Bugs, Berries and Hike; Explore with Cameras; LEGO Robotics; Phun with Physics; Electricity – It’s a Snap; and Monster Mash-Up. Courses will run from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and are available the weeks of June 18, June 25, July 9 and July 16. Parents can register their children for one week or more than one week if they want to experience different courses.
There is a cost for the week-long programs. Students will receive a t-shirt, snack, and drink.
For detailed course descriptions, more information, and to register, visit www.baycollege.edu/kidsonkampus. Questions can be directed to Bay College’s M-TEC at 906-217-4106. Seating is limited, and participants are asked to register early.
Rapid Readers to meet
RAPID RIVER — Rapid Readers’ selection for June is Sister Souljah’s “The Coldest Winter Ever.” The group will meet at Jack’s Restaurant in Rapid River Thursday, June 13 at 10 a.m.
Members should bring suggestions for the new reading list. New members are welcome.
Contact Peg Netchey at 428-9668 for questions or further information.
Bark River Class of ’56
BARK RIVER — The Bark River Harris Class of 1956 will be having a class reunion July 6 at the Terrace. Anyone who would like to attend is asked to call Pat Taylor at 906-428-1904 or Wallen Godlewski at 906-384-6444.
U.P. Legion association to meet June 14-15
MENOMINEE — The Annual Upper Peninsula Association of American Legion Posts Summer convention will be held in Menominee June 14 and 15.
This year is the American Legion centennial, and it’s also Menominee Post 146’s centennial.
Convention Registration begins at 1 p.m. CST Friday, June 14 at Menominee Post 146. There is a per-person fee for registration.
Legion meetings will be held at the post during the event and, auxiliary meetings will be held at the Boaters Lounge, and SAL downstairs meeting room.
On Friday, June 14, the dining room will be open from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. CST. Immediately after dining, the joint opening session consisting of the Memorial Service and UPAALP meeting will take place at 8 p.m. in the hall of American Legion Post 146.
The Saturday lunch will be served and dinner will be served. There is a cost for the meals.
UPCAP pain class
ESCANABA — North Woods Place Senior Living is hosting a pain management series by UPCAP beginning June 20. Classes will meet every Thursday for six weeks from 1 to 3:30 p.m., excluding July 4. Seniors living with chronic pain will learn to manage their symptoms and learn from others with similar challenges.
To attend the free series, RSVP to UPCAP at 906-786-4701. Meetings will be held at North Woods Place Senior Living, 501 S. Lincoln Rd., Escanaba.