Wii for sale with lots of extras $150
DATE: 03/06/2014 02:31pm
2 able bodied snow shovelers/removers are available to remove your unwanted snow (or to help with other projects). Call or text 387-4322 (Parker) or 370-9348 (Johny)
CONTACT: Parker & Johny
DATE: 03/06/2014 12:41pm
Come enjoy a handcrafted meal before the "Our Town" performance. Featuring Grilled Pork with a Mustard Wild-Berry Cream Sauce $13.95, Fresh Arugula & Shrimp Salad $15.95, 1/3 # Angus Beef Burger, grilled to perfection with potato wedges or salad $9.95 or Arugula Alfredo with Bay Scallops $17.95. Our full menu is also available and can be viewed at www.harborhousegrille.com Call (218) 387-1889 to reserve your table. Harbor House Grille, located across from the Grand Marais harbor at 411 W Hwy 61.
CONTACT: Chef Ed Straub
PHONE: 218 387-1889
DATE: 03/06/2014 12:04pm
Reverend Beth Benson is new to the community; and she looks forward to meeting you. WTIP host Mary Manning learns more in this interview.
The First Congregational United Church of Christ is hosting an open house on Saturday, March 8, from 3 to 5 pm. The whole community is invited to meet Reverend Benson. More information is available from Kristine Bottorff at 387-2113.
Come join us for a Shake Party at the Cook County YMCA!
Tuesday, March 11th from 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Samples of nutritional meal replacement shakes
Learn how to fuel your body before, during and after a workout.
Learn how to get your metabolism running right.
CONTACT: Carl & Beth Foster
DATE: 03/06/2014 10:49am
The community is invited to once again take part in the wild and crazy—and this year, a bit scary—Mush for a Cure. The theme for the 8th annual event’s kickoff on Friday, March 7 is “Pink Zombie Party” which includes the “Bald, Brave and Beautiful” competition. The merriment continues on Saturday, March 8 with pink-clad people and dogs taking to the trail for a fun run that benefits the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Saturday’s events take place on Gunflint Lake in front of Gunflint Pines Resort beginning at 8 a.m. with a pancake breakfast open to all. The long course, which at press time had 21 participants signed up, begins there with an entertaining sourdough start at 12 p.m. The short course, with 11 racers at press time, including some skijoring teams finishes there, so there is action all day.
The Cook County Ridge Riders snowmobile club will be grilling food and there will be other activities throughout the day. And in case of inclement weather, a big tent will be set up on the lake.
The highly successful fundraiser has brought in $186,500 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation in its eight years. One of the organizers, Sue Prom of Voyageur Canoe Outfitters encourages everyone to join the fun. Prom said, “This is not a race where one team wins. It's an event where everyone wins by raising money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.”