Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Houghton/Neil Family Benefit At Marquette Mountain

Lisa Miller stopped in at the Sunny Studios to chat about a benefit for the Houghton/Neil family this weekend at Marquette Mountain in Marquette. This event will raise funds for building materials to construct a comfortable living space for the children who were orphaned in a terrible case of domestic violence here in Marquette County. [...]
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Green Bay Packers Benefit Bay Cliff Health Camp

Tim Bennett, Camp Director at Bay Cliff Health Camp in Big Bay joined Mark and Walt to preview the Green Bay Packers Tailgate Tour stop in Marquette next week that will benefit Bay Cliff. The event runs from 4-pm to 8:30-pm at the Superior Dome and will feature current and past Packers as well as [...]

ANNE FRANK COMES TO MARQUETTE, MI

Jeff Spencer, the director, and Paige Graham, the lead actor of the Marquette Senior High School Theater production of “The Diary of Anne Frank” stopped in this morning to discuss the production of this familiar and challenging story. The pair discussed the challenges of doing a production of a story that is well-known over generations [...]

PAMPERED FOR PINK IN NEGAUNEE FIGHTS BREAST CANCER

Marybeth Kurtz, a member of the I.B.T.C. (Itty Bitty Titty Committee) from Negaunee, joined us to preview the “Pampered for Pink” fund raising event that is coming up this weekend. The show features about two dozen vendors for folks to sample and enjoy at the Negaunee Senior Center this Sunday. The event runs from noon [...]

MARQUETTE COUNTY GOES TO THE DOGS (AND CATS AND AARDVARKS AND MORE)

Ann Brownell with the Upper Peninsula Animal Welfare Shelter, or UPAWS, joined us today to preview their annual fund raiser the “Cause for Paws Benefit Dinner and Dance” on Saturday, May 7-th at the UpFront and Company in Marquette. The event will feature a social hour, dinner and dancing and dozens of raffle and door [...]

SPECIAL EVENT FOCUSES ON TEEN DRIVERS

Gary Gustafson from Marquette General Health Systems called in this week to remind our listeners about a special program coming up this weekend in Marquette designed to increase the safety and awareness of teenage drivers here in our community. The Marquette General Trauma Department, in conjunction with AAA Michigan, will host a free Teen Driver/Parent [...]

YOUTH DEVELOPMENTAL ASSETS IMPROVE IN MARQUETTE COUNTY

Paul Olson with the Great Lakes Center for Youth Development stopped in at our studios to present some of the findings from a recent survey of developmental assets for youth in Marquette and Alger Counties done by the agency. According to the results, there has a significant improvement in the assets that an average area [...]

“Y” WEDNESDAY UPDATE

Sam Crowley joined us from the YMCA of Marquette County for the latest “Y” Wednesday update. He discussed the upcoming RUN/WALK for a cause that is being held this Saturday at the YMCA in Marquette. The event features a series of runs and walks for all age and skill levels. The goal of the event [...]

MICHIGAN ATTORNEY GENERAL BILL SCHUETTE DISCUSSES COLLECTION OF 100 MILLION DOLLARS IN DELINQUENT CHILD...

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette joined Mark and Walt in the Morning to discuss the milestone of collecting over 100 million dollars in delinquent child support money. The Attorney General’s Child Support Division was created in 2003 to combat the problem of unpaid child support. Over the past eight years the Division has seen impressive [...]

A LEGISLATIVE UPDATE WITH STATE SENATOR TOM CASPERSON

State Senator of the 38-th District, Tom Casperson, called in this morning to discuss a town hall meeting he is hosting tonight (Monday, May 18-th) at the Marquette County Courthouse on West Baraga in Marquette. The session is open to all concerned and interested constituents and residents and will run from 6-pm to 8-pm. Senator [...]