The Aurora Athletic Club is dedicated to bringing out the best in our members, supporting our community, offering school scholarships, and supporting locals in club and league sports. We provide a social outlet for our members and offer through the club a practical means to form enduring friendships and help in building a stronger community.
The purpose of the Great Start Collaborative is to coordinate systems of community resources and supports for families. Great Start joins together with parents, school staff, and community leaders to create family opportunities that increase school readiness.
The Gogebic-Ontonagon CAA is a private, non-profit 501 (c) (3) Corporation led by a Board of 12 local residents representing the public, private & consumer sectors. Officers are Chairperson Thomas F Gerovac, Vice-Chairperson Carl Nykanen, Secretary/Treasurer Leroy Kangas and Executive Director Kerri Duff. Board meetings are held the 1st Wednesday of the month except in February and November. Serving Gogebic and Ontonagon Counties at 20 various sites throughout the two-county area with funding from the following sources: Michigan Department of Education, Energy, State Community Assistance, Department of Human Services, Office of Services to the Aging, Michigan Sta...
The mission of teh Gogebic Range Health Foundation is to work collaboratively with the community and region to improve our population's health status and to establish the Gogebic-Iron Range as a great place to be healthy!
GRTA is a snowmobile trail club that works year-round to develop and maintain area snowmobile trails. Check out our FB page and our website for further information. Equally important, become a member! You don't have to be a snowmobile person to join--but if you have an interest in area Winter sports and their importance to Ironwood, your membership directly helps foster these activities. You can email us at: email@example.com
The Ironwood Area Business and Professional Women serves as the voice for working women in the Ironwood area. Our mission is to promote the interest of the business and professional women of the area and to contribute to the support of our community. Our meetings are on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, from September through May. We feature two annual fundraisers: Summer Strawberry Social at Festival Ironwood and the Winter 50/50 raffle at the Jack Frost Festival.
Ironwood's historic places carry special meaning to lifelong residents, while providing a vivid window into past ways of life for the visitor new to our area. Rich in economic, social, and ethnic history, Ironwood has a proud past that dates back to the boom-town days of the late 19th century. Through its collections, archival research, and community outreach, the Society works to preserve and pass on to future generations the Ironwood story. Headquartered in the Historic Ironwood Depot, the Society maintains a small gift shop as well as exhibits that focus on the mining and railroading past. Additional large picture displays are seen in the second floor of the Memor...
Rotary International is an international service organization whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian service and to advance goodwill and peace around the world. The Ironwood-Hurley Rotary Club meets at the Elk and Hound Restaurant, on the grounds of the Gogebic Country Club.
The Lake Gogebic Chamber of Commerce is an association of businesses and organizations in northern Gogebic County, centered around Lake Gogebic and the town of Bergland, Michigan. Our purpose is to assist and support in the promotioin of the economic, civil, social, professional, industrial, recreational, and general interests of the businesses in the Lake Gogebic Area. Check out our website and Facebook page. There you will find an events schedule, listings of Chamber members, as well as notices regarding area attractions. Pick up a copy of the "Lake Gogebic Times" at any area motel, welcome center, or Chamber office.
The Norie Ammateur Sports Club began during he depths of the Great Depression in 1932 when a neighborhood baseball team started soliciting area businesses for donations toward uniforms. A business owner named Lundin said he would donate five dollars (a lot of money in 1932) if the team were chartered as a club. The club organized on Novermber 1st, 1932 with 15 members present. The first club house was a chicken coop that members cleaned out and painted. During the first meeting, a motion was made to purchase 15 cents worth of kerosene for the lamps so they could see in the club house at night. With the club started, dances were held at teh Ironwood Memorial Building...
The Range Art Association is a non-profit that was created 62 years ago to help local and regional artists create and share visual arts with the Range communities.
The Wakefield Chamber of Commerce is an association of businesses and organizations in the Wakefield, MI area. Check out our website for listings of retail, lodging, activites, and points of area interest. Stop in and visit our headquarters, the Wakefield Visitor Center, just north of the junction of U.S. 2 and M-28 (right next to Sunday Lake). Plenty of place to park--come on in! We have maps, brochures, books, travel guides, and the all-important Wakefield souvenir!