Ground yourself for better health.

I’m sure we all know someone who is always barefoot and only puts shoes on when they absolutely have to. But did you know that walking around barefoot can actually be better for you than wearing shoes? Just as our bodies are influenced by frequencies from the sun, the earth that we walk on each day also provides unique energy and frequencies that can directly impact our bodies.
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Memories in Bloom: Munising High School’s Special Mother-Daughter Tea

Mother-Daughter Tea was held on May 12 for the mothers of this year’s Munising High School seniors. The event was hosted by Key Club and was held at Munising’s Middle/High school cafeteria decorated with flowers and a floral banner for pictures. Eight pairs of mothers and daughters attended the event. To make this event special, Key Club provided drinks and food, a game of Who Knows Each Other Best, and speeches from a senior and her mother figure.
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What is a Baccalaureate Service?

What is a Baccalaureate Service? A baccalaureate service is a ceremony to honor a graduating class within a couple of weeks before commencement. The baccalaureate is intended to provide a more intimate time of reflection for the graduating class and their families before the larger, more formal graduation ceremony. This time of reflection often includes music, a local speaker, and a small gift (like a book) for the graduates. The speaker at the baccalaureate honors the graduates and their families and encourages them to find spiritual meaning in the transition from high school into college or a career. The baccalaureate service also supplies an opportunity for the community to support the graduate and celebrate both his or her intellectual and spiritual development.
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Fun with testing?

Munising Middle School students were offered incentives and fun if their score improved a significant amount. April is the typical testing time for grades K-11, and April can be very draining due to the hours and hours of state required testing.
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Career Fair in session

Natalie Holmes-Niven O&B editor and creative writer Munising High School Student On May 2 Alger County Communities that Care (AC3) hosted a career fair open to all schools in Alger County. This event was hosted at Alger Parks and Recreation Department (APRD) where AC3’s office is also located.
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Yoopers fare well at Forensics state finals

During the weekend of May 3, 2024 Kellogg Community College hosted the Michigan Interscholastic Forensics Association State Final event where students from across the state competed, individually and in teams, in speech, theater and debate. With 447 entries the tournament brought together at least 556 competitors from 43 schools in the school classifications of BCD.
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