Family/Community/Civic Organizations

NE Sunrise Charter Chapter
Work PO Box 494 Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 362-2651 Work Fax: (989) 739-0370 Website: https://www.abwaoscoda.org/

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Welcome…..come join us the second Tuesday of every month for a networking/friendship evening with active and retired business women in northeast Michigan.  Our membership hails from Oscoda, East Tawas, Tawas City, Greenbush, Harrisville, Mikado and Whittemore!  Our mission is too raise funds to provide scholarships to local area students.  To date, our Chapter has provided over $68,000.00 for this purpose in the 27 years we have been a service organization in Iosco County.  Our monthly meetings are held at various restaurants throughout the community and include a social time, dinner, community speaker and short business meeting.  Call or email our President Annette or Membership chairperson Judy or any Board member to find out the location of our next chapter meeting or read our monthly newsletter “Reflections” and see what’s happening in our Chapter. 

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Work 1480 W Center Rd Suite 1 Essexville MI 48732 Work Phone: (309) 648-9685 Work Phone: (800) 227-2345 Website: https://www.cancer.org/
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Work Phone: (989) 274-4479 Website: http://www.redcross.org

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Blood Drive and blood related inquires please contact: Kelly Remer American Red Cross – Account Manager (989) 274-4479 Kelly.Remer@redcross.org

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Work 114 E River Road Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-2782 Website: http://www.ausableoscodahistoricalsociety.org/

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Museum Exhibits Include: Indian artifacts, commercial fishing, shipping, ship wrecks, logging, Paul Bunyan legend, railroads, lighthouses, the AuSable River and its dams, the fire of 1911, Wurtsmith Air Force Base, etc…

Gift Shop Features: Books on local history, 1880 birds eye map, history video, photos, mugs, shirts, gifts, coloring book, various old time & musical toys, etc…

Now Open Saturdays 11:00am – 4:00pm and Sundays 12:00pm – 4:00pm. Extended Hours to be determined through Summer.

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Work Phone: (989) 348-4425 Website: https://www.ausablecanoemarathon.org/

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The Consumers Energy AuSable River Canoe Marathon is a non-stop canoe race that starts at night with a thrilling LeMans-style running-start to the river in Grayling, MI and ends 120 miles later in Oscoda, MI.

Since 1947, One of the Greatest Canoe Races on Earth!
More than 50,000 fans cheer on teams competing in North America’s toughest & richest canoe race – 120 miles & over 50,000 paddle strokes non-stop overnight on the AuSable River from Grayling to Oscoda, Michigan
The AuSable River Canoe Marathon is organized by a non-profit organization, AuSable River International Canoe Marathon, Inc. (ARICM) which is made up entirely of volunteers who are fans of this great race.
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Work 1950 Sunrise Drive Greenbush MI 48738 Website: https://ausablevalleyaudubon.org/

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AuSable Valley Audubon is dedicated to native bird and habitat conservation through speakers, field trips,education, and partnering with like organizations
We are located in Iosco and Alcona counties and the surrounding AuSable Valley.
Activities:
speakers
free Kirtland’s Warbler tours
field trips
education
partnering with like-minded organization
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Work PO Box 266 Oscoda MI 48750 Website: https://www.ausablevalleytrailriders.com/

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The Association provides a place for those who love to ride their snowmobiles, and a place to meet with others of a like mind. We primarily cover Iosco and Alcona Counties, and work closely with Parks & Recreation, Local Townships, and Law Enforcement. We are based in the Oscoda-AuSable township area.

We have monthly meetings and many activities throughout the year.  The association has a Summer cook-out gathering for the whole family to just have fun, games for the kids and lots of laughs.  We would love to have all of you out there enjoying the fun with us throughout the year.
Get the latest updates on snowmobile and ATV activities from AuSable Valley Trailriders. Meetings third Thursday of the month. 6pm dinner, 7 meeting

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Work Phone: (810) 655-3210
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Scouting’s programs and outdoor adventures give young people of all ages the opportunity and freedom to explore a world beyond the boundaries of everyday life. Here they will try new things, provide service to others, build self-confidence and develop leadership skills. These experiences not only help Scouts while they are young, but also stay with them throughout their adult lives, growing into exceptional men and women that respect their family, community, religion, country and themselves.

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Work 6836 F-41 Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-2801 Website: http://www.ymcadetroit.org/nissokone/

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YMCA Camp Nissokone is located on the shores of Lake Van Etten in Oscoda, Michigan. Now in our 102nd year, we offer day and overnight camp for children ages 5-18 from Michigan and beyond. We are currently registering for all 2016 camp sessions, and busing is available.

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Work 838 Leggett Road Tawas City MI 48763 Work Phone: (989) 362-4638 Website: https://www.tawasblueberries.com/
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Work 8416 Power Drive Oscoda MI 48750 Website: https://www.dar.org/

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National Society Of The Daughters Of The American Revolution is headquartered in Oscoda, Michigan and works on philanthropy issues. They are a grassroots organization. National Society Of The Daughters Of The American Revolution was founded in 1969.

DAR is a women’s service organization dedicated to promoting historic preservation, education, patriotism and honoring the patriots of the Revolutionary War.

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Work 6064 Westshore Drive Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-1606
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Work Phone: (989) 739-0595 Work Fax: (989) 739-0763 Website: http://www.enfiami.org/home.aspx

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ENFIA promotes the historical, scientific, and educational activities of the USDA Forest Service, through the sale of quality interpretive materials. The mission of the Eastern National Forests Interpretive Association is to aid and support the US Forest Service and other Contract Agencies. ENFIA encourages each sales outlet to specialize in materials unique to the history and environment of their location, using local authors and other resources. In addition, ENFIA offers approximately 2000 books and related materials from a variety of nationally known publishers and vendors.

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Work 6170 Ridge Road Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (616) 808-9023 Website: http://www.expressionsofhealth.com/

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Located on the beautiful shoreline of Oscoda, Michigan, Expressions of Health incorporates the energies of earth, water, and sun to support our mission of inspiring healthy, active, and energetic lives.

We offer year-round professional, customized services in our lakefront studio, at your place of business, worship, or home.

Yoga (Kids to Seniors)
Personal & Group Training
Reiki Therapy
Reflexology
Golf Conditioning
Nutrition Guidance
Spriggles Books for Children
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Work 849 S State St Oscoda MI 48750

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Oscoda Poker is a local charity sponsored poker room in Iosco County.

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Work 6010 N Skeel Ave Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-9581 Website: https://www.ioscoarenaclibrary.org/
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Work Phone: (989) 820-5644 Website: https://heritage-23.org/

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Heritage Coast Sailing and Rowing Inc. (HCS&R) is a Michigan not for profit corporation and a federal 501(c)3 organization. HCS&R incorporated in February 2012. Our purpose is to encourage boat building, sailing and rowing in traditional regional boats. We are actively looking for interested persons to join us in our building, sailing and rowing programs.

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Work PO Box 658 Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (800) 396-9129 Website: http://www.hopeshores.org

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Hope Shores Alliance provides a vast array of services, free of charge, to assist those whose lives have been affected by domestic violence and sexual assault. Emergency shelter, counseling and 24-hour crisis intervention are the mainstays of our service profile. However, we offer many additional services including long-term housing; information and referrals; and legal advocacy.

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Work 6010 N. Skeel Avenue Oscoda MI 48750 Website: http://huronshoresgs.org/

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One of the main goals of the National Genealogical Society is to educate the public about family history research.

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Work 190 W. M-55 Tawas City MI 48763 Work Phone: 989-362-3842, ext 5 Website: http://www.ioscoconservation.org/

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We are a local unit of state government. The Iosco Conservation District develops strategies, implements programs, and provides the technical assistance to protect and enhance the land and water resources of our county.
We are here to provide education and support to our community.  We will answer your natural resource related questions, our Forester will visit your land and give management advice, and we will be sponsoring educational outreach events on subjects that matter to you, the land owner.  (Click on Events to view our calendar)

We have an 80 acre tract of forest that is currently under various types of management.  You will soon be able to observe this property to see what these management styles may look like on your land.  Our hope for this area is that it will become a public recreation and education area with trails for hiking and cross country skiing.

All Meetings are Open to the Public
Time: 5:00 p.m.
Location: Iosco Conservation District Office

(190 M-55 Tawas City, MI. 48763)

Second Monday of every Month (unless otherwise noted)

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Work Phone: (877) 354-6881 Website: https://www.cfnem.org/iccf/

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The Iosco County Community Foundation (ICCF) holds over 35 charitable endowment funds to support our communities in Iosco County, forever.

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Work PO Box 252 Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 820-6626 Website: https://www.ioscocountydems.org/

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We are a group of passionate Iosco County Democrats who are working together to change our country’s leadership at the local, state, and national levels.

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Work 405 W. Bay Street East Tawas MI 48730 Work Phone: (989) 362-8911

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This beautiful home, over 100 years old, is filled with memories from all corners of the county. Renovations were recently completed inside and out. So much more than just a museum! Admission is free, however, the Museum relies on visitor donations and memberships to continue operations. Thursday & Friday 11:00 am to 3:00 pm or by appointment for special groups.

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Work 3381 West M-55 Tawas City MI 48763 United States Work Phone: (989) 362-3170

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The Iosco County Animal Shelter is a full-service animal control shelter providing compassionate care for stray or unwanted pets. We promote spaying and neutering, humane education programs, lost and found placement, and we have a full adoption service.  Our 2,500 square foot facility was completed in 2003. The facility has 8/16 dog kennels and 28 cat kennels.

Board Meetings are the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6pm here at the shelter. Open to the public

Hours of Operation
Tuesday-Saturday 12-4
Closed Sundays, Mondays and Holidays
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Work 6010 F 41 Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-8402
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Work Phone: (989) 739-2916 Website: https://misshuronshores.wixsite.com/misshuronshores

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The Miss Huron Shores Scholarship Pageant is a preliminary to the Miss Michigan and Miss American Scholarship programs. Miss Huron Shores Scholarship Pageant is for young women.

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Work 4200 California Street Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-7955 Website: http://www.neadancemi.org/index.html

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Dance Academy located on the “Sunrise Side” of Northern Lower Michigan
The Northeast Academy of Dance is under the direction of Scott Heirnich and Giuseppe Canale. Both directors are ABT National Training Curriculum certified; Mr. Canale Primary – Level 7/Partnering and Mr. Heinrich Primary – Level 3. We specialize in private instruction for ballet and modern as well as choroegraphy. We train students of all levels and abilities from professional, pre-professional and student
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Work 849 South State Street Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-7405 Home Phone: (989) 739-7405

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Loud-Merkel-LaPlante Post 274 of the American Legion in Oscoda, Michigan

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School 3630 E. River Road Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-9173 Website: http://oscodapto.org/

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The purpose of the PTO is to enhance and support the educational experience of Oscoda Area Schools, to develop a closer connection between school and home by encouraging parental involvement, and improve the environment at Oscoda Area Schools through volunteer and financial support.

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Work 5671 N Skeel Ave Suite 32 Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-2779 Website: https://oscodaareaunitedway.com/

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United Way improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good.
OAUW helps financially support non-profit agencies serving the needs of our local community.
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Work 653 State Street SW Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-3668 Website: http://www.ausabletownship.net/About-Us/Oscoda-AuSable-Senior-Center

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A 501 C(3) corporation for the benefit of local senior citizens. The Oscoda/AuSable Senior Center works to promote and protect the dignity, independence and welfare of older adults throughout Iosco County.

Hours of Operation
Mon/Wed/Fri 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Tue/Thur 12:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Senior Meal Serving Schedule
Lunch served Mon/Wed/Fri 12:00 Noon
dinner served Tue/Thru 5:00 p.m.
For reservations call Vickie
989-739-3668
Home Delivered Services call Janice
989-739-3781

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Work 6685 N US-23 Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-9165 Website: https://sites.google.com/site/oscodaeagles/

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People Helping People
The Spirit of giving is what The
Fraternal Order of Eagles is all about.
Each Year Eagles donate millions to help make advancements in researching and curing heart diseases, kidney disease, spinal cord injuries, diabetes, cancer, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s
Our Mission:
The Fraternal Order of Eagles, An international, non-profit Organization, unites fraternally in the spirit of liberty, truth, justice and equality to make human life more desirable by lessening its ills, and by promoting peace, prosperity, gladness and hope.
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Work 3550 River Road PO Box 618 Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-2033 Website: https://www.oscodaeducationfoundation.org/

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Our Mission is “to partner the resources and passions of our generous donors with the compelling needs of our students.”
We here to offer Scholarships to Graduating Seniors, OAS Staff Mini-Grants & Continuing Education Scholarships for Alumni.

Foundation Highlights
• $850,000 scholarships awarded to graduating seniors
• $28,000 mini-grants awarded to staff and students
• 20 different scholarships for different career interests
• Continuing Education scholarship for alumni
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President Contact: Sharon Piasecki
Work Phone: (586) 258-6118
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Work 3591 Forest Road Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-5115

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The Oscoda KOA lies near the sunrise coast of northeast Michigan in an outdoor enthusiast’s wonderland. Minutes away, you’ll find Au Sable River canoeing, Lake Huron’s sugar sand beaches, Huron National Forest, Wurtsmith Air Museum, River Road Scenic Byway, Tawas Point and Sturgeon Point lighthouses. Take a day trip to Dinosaur Gardens, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary or Saganing Eagles Landing Casino, or tour the Sunrise Side Wine & Hops Trail. With full-hookup Patio RV Sites, Deluxe Cabins, Camping Cabins and rustic Tent Sites, this KOA fills all your vacation needs. Amid the trees, enjoy the heated pool, playground, Jumping Pillow, fun-bike rentals, rec center (arcade), camp store and 24-hour laundry facility. Pool: Memorial Weekend – Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 125 feet.

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Work Phone: (989) 739-3911 Website: https://oscodalionsclub.org/

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The Oscoda Lions Club is comprised of individuals from all walks of life who have the common goal of SERVICE to the blind, the needy, and to the community. We welcome new members to our club who have the same vision.

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Website: Oscoda Rotary Club Website: District 6310 Rotary Club

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Oscoda Rotary Club is an organization of business, professional leaders, and local citizens united worldwide, who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the local community and worldwide.
We meet & Zoom on 2nd & 4th Thursdays at the Wiltse’s Restaurant on F41.
Please drop in, join us in-person (COVID socially distanced) or online in Zoom. Please email us for Zoom link at: rick@ruthconsulting.com
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Work 4440 N US Highway 23 Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-7322 Website: https://oscodachamber.com/

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“We are a Nonprofit service organization comprised of business leaders dedicated to the development and support of a healthy economic climate and exceptional quality of life for our community.”

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Work PO Box 680 Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-8717 Website: http://www.vanettenlake.org

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The Pine River VanEtten Lake Watershed Coalition (PRVEL) was formed in 1999 to address water quality concerns within the 187,000 acre watershed, located within Alcona and Iosco counties in NE Michigan.  Our mission is to monitor, improve, and protect the Pine River and its watershed through conservation projects and programs. We are an all volunteer group (501 (c)(3) status) and work in partnership with other agencies to accomplish our goals. Funding for our efforts comes primarily from individual donations or awarded grants.

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Work 6209 Norway Rd Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-7066

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Quirky Quilter Quilt Guild is a group of almost 90 ladies that vary from just beginning to very experienced and award winning. We meet at the Oscoda United Methodist Church on the third Tuesday of the month at 6 p.m. There is usually a day program of some type held at the Church from 9:30 till 4:00.
We have a Quilt Show every other year (even years).

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Work 1156 Bay Drive Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 362-2962 Website: http://www.quota.org

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Quota International is a non-profit organization empowering women, children, the deaf, hard-of-hearing, and speech-impaired in local communities around the world.  Founded in 1919, Quota International is one of the oldest international service organizations for women.  Today, more than 5,600 men, women, and youth in North America, South America, the Caribbean, South Pacific, Southeast Asia, and Europe are changing lives in 269 communities in 12 countries.

Quota’s motto, “We Share,” empowers members to develop friendships, encourage others, and promote international understanding. Quota is known especially for service empowering women and children and to people who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, and speech-impaired.

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Work 116 N State. St Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-7060

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This fund is being formed to realize the vision of Sandy Shelton, a long-time Oscoda educator and artist, who died before she could do it herself. The Shelton Fund for the Arts will seek to inform and empower artists in our community. The purpose of the Shelton Fund for the Arts is to inspire, nurture, promote and support the arts for the education, enjoyment and enrichment of our community. The Shelton Fund for the Arts will seek to inform and empower artists in our community.

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Work 6000 N Skeel Ave Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-3586 Website: http://www.shorelineplayers.org/

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Shoreline Players is a volunteer-based, non-profit, community theater group whose mission is to serve and educate adults and youth in all aspects of theater arts, while striving to create a dynamic and nurturing environment for imagination and entertainment.

The theater is located behind and shares a parking lot with the Robert Parks Public Library. Our location is 6000 N. Skeel Avenue, Wurtsmith District, Oscoda, Michigan.

 

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Work 7953 Cedar Lake Dr. Greenbush MI 48738 Work Phone: (586) 242-7584
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Work 27 N. Rempert Road Tawas City MI 4873 Work Phone: (989) 362-3006 Work Fax: (989) 362-6905 Website: http://www.sunrisesidell.com/

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Sunrise Side Lifelong Learning (SSLL) member community communications.

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Work PO Box 234 Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-7170 Website: http://www.ioscorepublicans.org/repmeet.htm

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Regularly Scheduled Meetings:
Fourth Monday of the month, from April through October
11:30 a.m., alternating between Camp Inn Lodge Restaurant in Oscoda,
and Hsing’s Garden in East Tawas
Public Welcome!

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Work 5300 N US 23 Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 254-5888 Website: https://www.compassionatefriends.org/chapter/tcf-of-oscoda-area/

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The Compassionate Friends is about transforming the pain of grief into the elixir of hope. Time has proven that in caring and sharing comes healing. We welcome you to The Compassionate Friends. What happens at our meetings? Caring, sharing, and perhaps a speaker or theme to spark conversation. Always there is time to introduce ourselves and share our story.
Meeting the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm

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Work 1702 North US 23 East Tawas MI Work Phone: (989) 984-5160 Website: https://satruck.org/

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When you donate goods to The Salvation Army, those items are then sold at our Thrift Stores. And the proceeds are used to fund our Adult Rehabilitation Centers, where those struggling with drugs and alcohol find help, hope, and a second chance at life.
The Salvation Army is committed to doing the most good for the most people in the most need. The nation’s largest faith-based charity, The Salvation Army serves 30 million people each year through a broad array of social services.

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Work 6010 N Skeel Ave Meeting Room Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: 1-800-932-8677 Website: http://www.tops.org/tops/Home

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Real People. Real Weight Loss. Helping millions take off pounds sensibly since 1948.

Meetings:
Wed:  5:00/5:25 PM (weigh in time/meeting time)

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Work 4000 N Skeel Ave Oscoda MI 48750 Website: http://oscodaveteranspark.com/

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A Memorial Park so that we can honor All Veterans especially those who gave the ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedoms and served our country.

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Work 240 Chrysler Road Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-3128
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Work 4071 East Van Ettan Oscoda MI 48750 Work Phone: (989) 739-7555 Website: http://wurtsmithairmuseum.net

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The Wurtsmith Air Museum is an all volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the history of Wurtsmith Air Force Base and aviation in NE Michigan. Three hangars of military and aviation history include a Huey helicopter, T-33 Trainer, an L-19, lighter planes, and now a 3/4 scale WWI Loehle SE-5A bi-plane! The “Wurtsmith Room” is full of Wurtsmith Air Force Base pictures and WAFB collectibles, 1953-1993. The gift shop has postcards, patches, pins, caps, shirts, mugs, DVD’s, magnets, airplane models, toys, and more at reasonable prices. The museum is open weekends from mid-May (Armed Forces’ Day) through mid-Sept. Charges for admission are $5 for adults, $3 for children under 12 yrs., and free for children under 5. All income from admissions and gift shop sales go the museum which is completely run by volunteers.

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