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The Keweenaw Spay Neuter Assistance Group has received a generous donation to pay for spaying and neutering of cats. If you want your cat spayed or neutered, call K-SNAG at 296-9144. Please remember, we already have more cats than we have homes for them, so every kitten in your litter means another kitten remains homeless. The program will continue until the donated funds run out. For more details, click here.
Registration is now open for the Keweenaw Community Spark Plug Awards Dinner. The dinner will be held on Thursday, March 1st. Individual tickets are $40.00 and a reserved table for eight is $280.00. Nominations for potential Spark Plug recipients are also being accepted in the following categories: Organizational Growth, Customer Service, Innovation and Transformation, Community Development, Project of the Year, and Young Person of the Year. Nominations must be received by February 8th. To reserve a space at the dinner, or submit a nomination, visit www.keweenaw.org or call the Keweenaw Chamber of Commerce at 482-5240. customers for providing superior customer service.
The Keweenaw County Sheriff’s office will present a free snowmobile safety course. Students who successfully complete the course will earn their state snowmobile certification. The class will run from 9:00 until 4:00 on Saturday, January 27th, at the Ahmeek Village Hall. Students must be at least 12 years old by the end of 2018 to sign up. Class size is limited to 30 students. If the class fills up, a second session could be scheduled in February. At the end of the class, a drawing will be held for a 2018 Arctic Cat ZR200 snowmobile. To sign up, call 337-0528 by Monday, January 22nd.