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June 27, 2012
The Daily News

IMHS class of '53 lunch on?Monday

IRON MOUNTAIN - Iron Mountain High School class of 1953 will meet at 11:30 a.m. Monday, July 2, at the Hitch-N-Post in Aurora, Wis.

IMHS class of '50 plans 80th bash

IRON MOUNTAIN - The Iron Mountain High School class of 1950 will be holding an 80th birthday bash on Sunday, July 22, at Pine Grove Country Club starting at 4 p.m.

The class is looking forward to getting together along with their guests for their 80th birthday.

Anyone who has not receive an invitation and are interested in attending or for those who put off responding, can call Mickey Schultz at 774-1350, Dorothy Smith at 774-4353 or Edna Dennis at (906) 828-1503.

For those members who have committed to attend, their reservation checks and meal choices would be appreciated as soon as possible to get an accurate head count. Send checks to Mickey Schultz, 818 East I St., Iron Mountain MI 49801.

KHS class of '48 luncheon set

KINGSFORD - The Kingsford High School class of 1948 is planning a luncheon on Thursday, June 28, at 11:30 a.m. at Holiday Kitchen in Iron Mountain.

All members and spouses are welcome. For more information call 774-1147 or 774-0421.

PropBusters Club to meet

IRON MOUNTAIN - The Iron Mountain area PropBusters Club has scheduled a meeting at 7 p.m., on Thursday, June 28, at the Iron Mountain-Kingsford Community Federal Credit Union in Kingsford.

All remote control airplane enthusiasts are encouraged to attend.

Summer flying activities and the Aug. 11 Fly-In are on the agenda along with any items members wish to discuss.

For more information, call Richard Wertanen at 715-528-4744.

Volunteer host families needed

IRON MOUNTAIN - Caring families (with or without children) as well as single people are needed to provide food, a bed and a loving home for high school students from France and Germany.

EMF high school students are between the ages of fifteen and eighteen, have medical insurance, spending money for their personal expenses and expect to share their host family's daily life including household responsibilities. They speak English, are well-screened and eager to experience life in America.

Their stay here is sponsored and supervised by EMF (Educational Merit Foundation), a non-profit, educational exchange organization. For more information on EMF students, call Marie-Claude Dijoud at 1-800-467-8363 or visit the website at www.emfusa.org.

 
 

 

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