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Camp Hiawatha expands offerings for Scouts

AU TRAIN TOWNSHIP — Camp Hiawatha’s Director Erick Kestila announces that the camp will off new programs for the Boy Scout weeks this summer. The camp in Alger County is operated by the Bay Lakes Boy Scout Council and is in its 57th year of operation. Kestila is in his fourth year as Camp ...

Single socks are used to clean

Dear Heloise: I have a collection of mismatched socks. I never throw them away because they are perfect for dusting figurines. I just spray the cleaning solution onto the sock, and I can get into small places by putting my hand inside of the sock and gently moving it around. This is a great way ...

Compliment good behavior

Dear Annie: A few months ago, someone wrote to you about how uncomfortable the bad manners of children of a relative made her feel at large family gatherings and dinners. I read your column faithfully and did not see any readers’ suggestions printed in the following weeks. Of course, large ...

Briefs

Amvets fundraiser ESCANABA — The Sons of Amvets are holding a fundraiser on Saturday, April 27, to help pay for the chair lift that was recently installed at the Amvets hall for disabled veterans. The Grand Design Band, along with the band JD & Co., will be performing for you on ...

Remember When?

Daily Press file photo Courtney Chenier, playing the Little Red Hen, tells Jessica Frahm, the pig, Stephen DeCamp, the cow, and Heidi Smith, the cat, that they cannot eat the bread because they did not help make it. The second grade students from the Flat Rock Elementary School practiced the ...

Turnacliff recognized for support of Child Advocacy Center

ESCANABA — Meet Tabitha Turnacliff, one of the directors on the Child Advocacy Center’s Board of Director. Turnacliff, a Det./Sgt. for Escanaba Public Safety, is a beacon of hope for children who’ve been abused or neglected. With a steadfast commitment to their well-being, she works ...