‘Oak Island’ items for sale during Girls’ Night Out

Terri Castelaz/Daily News photo KATHIE FAYES, LEFT, and Jan Reynolds display hats and necklaces featuring the “The Curse of Oak Island” logo that were donated by the TV show’s Rick Lagina, an Iron Mountain native. During th Girls’ Night Out event Thursday, the hats and other items will be for sale at the John Fornetti Dental Center in Iron Mountain as a fundraiser for the Menominee Range Historical Foundation museums.

IRON MOUNTAIN — The Menominee Range Historical Foundation museums will participate in Girls’ Night Out, set for 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, by setting up at the John Fornetti Dental Center at 100 S. Stephenson Ave. in Iron Mountain.

As a fundraiser for the World War II Glider and Military Museum, the historical foundation will sell a wide selection of pendant necklaces featuring sterling silver chains and holding hand-picked stones from Smith’s Cove of “The Curse of Oak Island” TV series.

These were designed, made and donated by “Oak Island’s” Rick Lagina and will sell for $25 each. In addition, Lagina has donated a limited number of caps at $10 each, key chains at $7 each and larger decorative polished stones at $30 each, all holding the “Oak Island” emblem.

The dental clinic will join with other businesses in the downtown district and will welcome visitors with small gifts, as well as wine from Michigan’s Mari Vineyards. The clinic also will have a drawing in which guests can enter for their chance to win a free whitening session.

Those looking to buy a unique “Oak Island” gift should arrive early at the clinic. All of the items — particularly the pendant necklaces — have sold out quickly in previous sales.

“The Curse of Oak Island” series can be seen each Tuesday evening on the History Channel and follows the adventures of brothers Rick and Marty Lagina, originally of Iron Mountain, as they attempt to solve a 220-year-old mystery and discover the treasure that legend says is buried there. The two have searched an abandoned mine shaft, Smith’s Cove, a triangle-shaped swamp and the Money Pit. Although the brothers made great strides, the mystery remains unsolved.

The foundation is grateful to the John Fornetti Dental Center for hosting the group to be part of this Downtown Development Authority event.

For more information, call 906-774-5212 or 906-774-2827.


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