Indian Ed Spring Feast set for Tuesday

ESCANABA — Escanaba Schools’ Indian Ed Spring Feast honoring students will take place Tuesday, April 16 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Upper Elementary cafeteria

The school is located at 1500 Ludington St. Handicap access is on west-side doors (nearer to Ludington). Call Janine at 786-7462 ext. 2216 with any questions.

Holy Name Class of ’64 reunion registrations

ESCANABA — The Holy Name Class of 1964 will be having a 60th class reunion on Saturday, Sept. 14. There will be a Mass, social hour, dinner and dance at the House of Ludington.

Registration is due by June 1. For more information, call Ellie at 906-789-9034. Leave a message if there is no answer.

Free Clothes Closet

GLADSTONE — The Memorial United Methodist Church Clothes Closet is open Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The closet offers free clothes, coats and shoes for children, adults and in all sizes, including infant and plus sizes.

The church and clothes closet are located at 1920 Lake Shore Dr., Gladstone (near McDonald’s). Call 906-428-9311 for more information or to schedule another time.

Reading Buddies sought

ESCANABA — Make a difference in a child’s life this year by becoming a Reading Buddy for the first graders at W.C. Cameron Elementary, the first and second graders at Bark River-Harris Elementary, or the second graders at Rapid River Elementary Schools.

Reading Buddies is a state-award winning Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) that matches a Reading Buddy adult volunteer with a student. The program increases positive experiences and reading opportunities for children. Volunteers are being sought for the program. At the same time, the program offers the opportunity for RSVP Volunteers to work together, meet people from the community and help students.

If this sounds like something you, your family or neighbor would be interested in, contact RSVP at 906-786-7080, ext. 112 or 136, or e-mail laho@mdscaa.org.

The MDS CAA & HRA, Inc. is the local sponsor for The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program. RSVP is funded by AmeriCorps Seniors and the Bureau of Aging, Community Living, and Supports. Reading Buddies Program is funded by the Community Foundation for Delta County, Sackerson Family Charitable Foundation, Hannahville 2% Grant, Escanaba Kiwanis Club, Wells Lions Club, and Rotary Club of Escanaba.15


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