'The Great Outdoors' exhibit work underway at Marquette Regional History Center

Fri Nov 08 16:53:57 PST 2019

'The Great Outdoors' exhibit work underway at Marquette Regional History Center

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Lake Shore Systems Inc. installs first exhibit in Imagination Factory

Lake Shore Systems Inc. installs first exhibit in Imagination Factory Children's Museum

Drive-Through Mobile Food Pantry set for Thursday

The Salvation Army of Marquette County is hosting a Feeding America Mobile Food pantry Thursday, May 28, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at their 1009 Baraga Ave., Marquette location. The format will be drive-through to limit personal contact amid the COVID-19 outbreak. Individuals are asked to arrive no earlier than 5 p.m. and to clear space in their trunk or back seat for volunteers to place the food.

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