MARCH IS HERE.  TAKE THAT AS YOU WILL.

ONE MEAN LEPRECHAUN

It’s a new month and a new work week.  Monday, the first day of March.  I guess it looks like it’s coming in like a lamb, so I hope it doesn’t go out with the double-barreled roar of an angry lion!  Of course it’s been nice over the last day or so, and the next few days look pretty good, but don’t forget…we always seem to get a good wintry smackdown right around the time of St.Patrick’s Day.  Believe me, it’s not over yet!  Beware the Angry Leprechaun!  Don’t put the shovels and swampers away yet, my fellow Yoopers.  Winter has not released us from it’s wintry grip yet!

BEWARE THE IDES OF MARCH!!!  Or something.

SUPPORT FOR PARENTS AND MORE.

MGH WOMEN'S & CHILDREN'S CENTER DIR. CINDY AMPE

The Marquette General Hospital Women’s and Children’s Center is offering a series of classes, activities and workshops for parents as well as grandparents, teachers and other guardians and caregivers.  The director of the center, Cindy Ampe, joined us today to give us an overview of the program and it’s activities during this Parenting Awareness Month.  The events planned for the month are being held in several areas around Marquette County and are free and open to the public.  For more about what’s happening and where, please click “HERE” to listen to Cindy’s interview.  To log on to the Marquette General Hospital website, please click “HERE“.


MAIN STREET PIZZA MAKES FOR A GREAT MAIN STREET MONDAY!

BUGS LOOKS OVER THE TITLE.

Thanks to Ryan W. of Negaunee who knew that the original animator who put pen to paper and created the world-famous Warner Brothers classic cartoon character ‘Bugs Bunny’ was the one and only Tex Avery.  Tex also put his stamp on the creation of ‘Daffy Duck” before jumping ship and heading over to M-G-M to make his name in cartoons ranging from Tom and Jerry to Droopy Dog.  For his knowledge, Ryan picked up 2 14-inch three-topping pizzas from Main Street Pizza.  Well done, sir!

THAT’S IT FOR TODAY!

Catch you all again here on the internetz, kids!  Have a good one!

CHEERS!


-Walt

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