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Frosty 5K & Merry Mile

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2/3/2018 - Starts: 10:00 AM
Iron Mountain
We invite you to join us for the annual Frosty 5K & Merry Mile. This is both a competitive and non-competitive 5K run/walk as well as a fun 1 mile course. All proceeds support DICSA's Walk for Warmth fundraiser, which directly helps local seniors and families who have been negatively affected by the winter. More details about the race, including course maps and online registration link can be found on our website:
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Hiawatha Amateur Radio Association Annual Swap and Shop

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2/3/2018 - Starts: 9:00 AM - Ends: 1:00 PM
Negaunee Township Hall, 42 M-35, Negaunee Mi 49866
HARA annual Swap and Shop for amateur radio equipment and accessories as well as other electronic equipment. Admission is only $5.00. Tables are available but going fast at $6.00 each. Contact John
John, 906 458-1708,

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