Marquette, MI  –  March 31, 2018  –  Join us for the 25th Annual U.P. Boat, Sport & RV Show! As the largest indoor display of recreational products in Northern Michigan, the show will be taking over the Northern Michigan University Superior Dome for another year.

    Just ten days away, show will fill the 100,000 square foot display area in the dome with vendors and businesses from all across the region. The show offers a large variety of recreational equipment. For the water lovers, find the latest in boats, docks, canoes, kayaks, jet skis, and more! Interested in a new ATV, dirt bike, or motorcycle? The show has that too! Even camping supplies, RVs, and climbing gear can be found at this massive Upper Peninsula outdoor recreation expo.

    The weekend long show runs from April 6-8th with free parking at the Dome. Bring the whole family and check out vendor booths and the live trout pond for the kids! Don’t forget to visit us at the Great Lakes Radio booth too! We’ll be there all weekend long and even broadcasting live from the show! Our sister station’s Luke Ghiardi and Adam Carpenter will be doing their radio shows live from the Dome on Friday. Luke will back again on Saturday along with Eric Scott to broadcast live Saturday too.

    General Information:

    • Friday, April 6th: 4-9p
    • Saturday, April 7th: 10a-7p
    • Sunday, April 8th: 11a-4p
    • General Admission: $4.50
    • Seniors (65+): #3.50
    • $Children (6-12): $3.50
    • Children under 6: Free

    Check out the U.P. Boat, Sport and RV Show Website or follow their Facebook page for the most recent show updates!

    See photos from the 2017 U.P. Boat, Sports, & RV Show


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    Marquette, MI December 16, 2016 Santa Claus visited the Mill Creek Senior Living Community during their Christmas party for residents from assisted living, the memory care unit, and independent living, along with staff and all their families in Marquette today.

    The biggest event of the year for Mill Creek, their Christmas party, saw about 250 people in the Mill Creek Commons area to celebrate Christmas together. Guests enjoyed the big cake, delicious Christmas cookies and hors d’ouevres from the large buffet table.

    Throughout the year, Mill Creek residents participate in a “Caught Caring” program. Every month residents nominate a staff member and then the employee who is caught caring the most throughout the year wins a special “Caught Caring” award, which was given out during the party!

    Everyone loved the photo booth and had a lot of fun posing with props for pictures. The band Playing Jacks played Christmas music for everyone and when Santa Claus came, he brought presents for all of the residents.

    Residents at Mill Creek enjoy a variety of social events and the highly trained staff focuses on helping residents remain as independent and active as possible. If your loved one needs help with every day tasks or if they need memory care, Mill Creek offers a full spectrum of services to assist every individual’s specific needs.

    Call Mill Creek today at 906-225-5512 to set up a tour of the grounds and see how they can help keep your mom and dad safe, independent and happy.

    Check out the live audio below!
    Walt Lindala live from Mill Creek Assisted Living
    Sarah and Walt discuss the benefits of Mill Creek
    Administrator Kristine chats with Colonel Lindala
    There are lots of activities for every resident at Mill Creek Assisted Living
    Walt getting in the Christmas mood
    Assistant Admin Brenda shares some Mill Creek Stories
    Walt enjoying the Mill Creek Christmas Party
    Colonel Lindala says goodbye from Mill Creek Assisted Living

    Take a look at our photo gallery!


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    Gwinn Comunity Members Help Clean Up Gilbert Elementary School

    Gwinn Comunity Members Help Clean Up Gilbert Elementary School

    Volunteers help clean up Gilbert Elementary School in Gwinn

    Volunteers help clean up Gilbert Elementary School in Gwinn

    Gwinn, MI – Gwinn parents, teachers and community members all gathered to clean up Gilbert Elementary School during a Work Bee to prepare for the upcoming school year.

    Many people expressed generosity and community spirit by donating a bit of their time to help make Gilbert better than ever for all the kids here in Gwinn!

    A lot of work was done during the Work Bee on Wednesday. Volunteers painted playground equipment, removed shrubs, added a new sandbox, replanted flowers around the building, spread new woodchips, painted doors, and overall just spruced Gilbert up!

    Gwinn Superintendent Tom Jayne Helps Landscape At Gilbert Elementary School

    Gwinn Superintendent Tom Jayne Helps Landscape At Gilbert Elementary School

    Gwinn’s new Superintendent Tom Jayne was on hand, and helped the team landscape the front yard of the school.

    Volunteers arrived around 4pm, with many staying until it started getting dark out.

    With all that work, we had some hungry volunteers. Good thing the grill was loaded with hot dogs ready for the hard-working friends. There was plenty of food and great music, and many happy faces helped improved the school for the upcoming year!



    Thank you to all that came out and supported Gwinn Area Community Schools, the heart of the Model Town!

    Below you listen to the interviews Gordy from Great Lakes Radio did on site, and in the gallery below see great pictures from the event:

    Gordy & Major Discount discuss the Work Bee Cleanup at Gilbert

    Gordy speaks with Bryan Heath – Treasurer for GACS

    Gordy talks with AJ Filizetti from the GACS about the cleanup

    Gordy talks with new Gwinn Superintendent Tom Jayne

    Don’t forget to mark your calendars! The Sawyer School Cleanup is scheduled for August 19th, 2015!