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February 24, 2021


ROSCOMMON Scholarship Applictions

From 12:00AM to 3:00PM

RCCF oversees more than two dozen scholarships that are available to youth in the county. We encourage graduating students and parents to visit our website and read about the many scholarships available. The deadline is March 1st, 2021 at 3 PM. Please email your application and additional documents to info@myrccf.org

 

 

 

Website: https://myrccf.org/2021-scholarship-application/

Phone: 989-275-3112

MICHIGAN TROUT UNLIMITED WEBINARS

From 2:00PM to n/a

Upcoming webinars on New Zealand mud snail! ???????? The New Zealand mud snail (NZMS, Potamopyrgus antipodarum) is one of the most wide-spread aquatic invasive invertebrates in the world. After being initially found in North America in the Snake River, Idaho in 1987, the first populations of NZMS in the Great Lakes region were discovered in Lake Ontario in 1991. Since then, they have been found in all other Great Lakes except Lake Huron. Recently, NZMS have been found in inland rivers and streams of the Great Lakes raising concerns about their further spread and their potential impacts on local aquatic systems. The Great Lakes New Zealand Mud Snail Collaborative is a regional approach to NZMS management and includes the expertise of state, federal, academic, and non-profit institutions. The Collaborative strives to improve knowledge on the ecosystem impacts of NZMS, develop strategies to minimize their spread, inform management initiatives, and raise public awareness. 

Please join us in upcoming monthly webinars to learn more about NZMS research, monitoring, management, education, and outreach efforts in the Great Lakes region! Please see the flyer for upcoming webinar dates, topics, and how to register!

Location: WEBINARS ONLINE

Website: www.nzmscollaborative.org

FISH DINNER CHARITY FUND RAISER FOR ROSCOMMON COUNTY FOOD BANK

From 4:00PM to 6:30PM

The Houghton Lake Knight of Columbus is having a fundraiser for the Roscommon County Food Banks at Houghton Lake and Roscommon. Fish Dinner that will be carry-out only, of Cod or Bake Fired Pollack. Included are a baked potato, baked beans, coleslaw, dinner roll/butter, and cookie. The take-out dinner is $10 and all proceeds going to the food banks. All Fridays in Lent starting with Friday, February 19th from 4 to 6:30 PM. You can all in your order at 989-366-5188 from 3 PM on or order right at the K of C Hall. Please come and help the food banksEvent Image

Location: Knights of Columbus Hall, M-55 East of Prudenville 2/10 MI

Website: kofc6548.org

Phone: 989-366-5847

CADILLAC Oasis Polar Dip 2021

From n/a to n/a

Like most things in 2021, we are working virtually. Oasis - Family Resource Center needs your support now more than ever. We all love the POLAR DIP, we just need to modify it a bit for 2021.Our rules are simple: get cold, be safe, and share your story! Creativity is the key. Dip into an ice cold bath, add a bucket of ice over your head to your Tik-Tok dance, make a swimsuit snow angel - just make sure to take a photo or video and share your Virtual Dip on social media to show Event Imageyour support of Oasis - Family Resource Center. We have four important steps:- Register - Pay the registration fee - individual or family options- Shoot a picture or video- Post on social media to share your support and challenge your friends to join the funLet's keep the event simple but fun and let's never forget that the money goes directly to strengthen and safeguard the families of Wexford and Missaukee counties and will help end domestic and sexual violence

Location: Cadillac

Website: https://www.cadillacoasis-frc.org/

Phone: 2317757299

POLAR PLUNGE FOR SPECIAL OLYMPICS

From n/a to n/a

Location: VIRTUAL EVENT when you can do it!

Website: https://www.classy.org/event/virtual-polar-plunge-and-frozen-5k/e313127

Phone: 6162596747

Cheboygan Veterans Park

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On going fundraising for restoration of Cheboygan Veterans Park

 

The park was originally established right after World War I. 34 trees were planted to honor 34 local veterans KIA. Additional monuments were added over the years, however for the most part the park had been neglected until now. A committee of volunteer veterans started a complete restoration project a couple of years ago and we have just completed phase 2. We have an active Facebook page and also a GoFundMe site.

 

A detaiEvent Imageled description can be found at those sites including our brick sales. Any and all help raising funds for this vital Northern Michigan veterans project is very much appreciated!

 

GO FUND ME PAGE LINK

 

FACEBOOK LINK

Location: Court Street in Cheboygan

Website: FaceBook: Cheboygan Veterans Memorial Park

Phone: 12316252103