SHOOTER’S CLUB STARTS JUNE 13TH

Shooter’s Club starts June 13th at the Superior Range Shooter’s Club in Ironwood, Michigan
ARCHERY, AIR RIFLE AND .22 RIFLE
Available to youth ages 8-19. For more information call 715-561-2695

 

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Iron County 4-H Day Camp

For just $5 a day children will enjoy…..ARTS & CRAFTS,SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS, INDOOR & OUTDOOR FUN. If you have any questions, please contact Neil Klemme, Emily Murphy or Felicia Herlevi at 715-561-2695.

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Garden to Market 2017

Garden to Market 2017 starts in June! All interested students in 5th and 8th grade are invited to participate. The registration cost for the 12 week program is $10. The youth horticulture summer program, Garden to Market, begins June 16th and runs through August 30th.  Over the summer there will be a mix days spent […]

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Babysitter Training Available in June 2017

This informative training will take place on June 19-22 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Topics covered: Safety, Child Development, Nutrition, Entertaining Children, The Business of Baby Sitting, American Red Cross First Aid, CPR and AED Certification

For more information, please call 715-561-2695

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Rent Smart Classes Coming Soon

Rent Smart focuses on knowledge and skills essential for a successful renting experience.
Classes start on April 13, 2017 and take place in the Iron County Courthouse Boardroom. To learn more, please call 715-561-2695.

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Iron County Horticulture Summit Kicks Off

IRON COUNTY HORTICULTURE SUMMIT KICKS OFF!! With many months of planning, the Iron County Horticulture Summit began at the Iron County Memorial Building Wednesday afternoon.  The Horticulture Therapy Summit is hosting 6 presenters from around the state to offer a variety of presentations and workshops explaining the principles and practices of horticultural therapy appropriate for caregivers, […]

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HURLEY STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN TRAIL DESIGN CHARRETTE

A group of Hurley students joined forces with area motorized and non-motorized advocates, Coleman Engineering representatives and the UW-Extension Community Vitality and Placemaking Team in October to sketch out a design of a trailhead in Hurley, which will connect to the Iron Belle Trail in Michigan. 

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