April 9, 2011 RSS feed / People

Roguska Completes Infantry Training

Former Mackinac Island student U.S. Army Private Jeffrey Roguska completed training at Fort Benning, Georgia, Friday, March 4. In a ceremony Thursday, March 3, Pvt. Roguska received his blue cord, which signifies he is in the infantry. Pvt. More...

Heather Kalmbach of Mackinac Island Marries Thomas Garofalo September 18

Heather Erwin Kalmbach and Thomas Michael Garofalo were married September 18, 2010, at Georgetown University’s Dahlgren Chapel in Washington, D.C. More...

Trinity Episcopal Church Members Remain Active in Winter

Only eight members of Trinity Episcopal Church live on Mackinac Island during the winter, but the tiny, 174-yearold congregation has found ways to continue Sunday services and involve the community in other events. More...

Kylee Meehan

Melissa Bunker and Joseph Meehan, both of Dafter, announce the birth of their daughter, Kylee Suesan Meehan, born Tuesday, January 18, 2011, at War Memorial Hospital in Sault Ste. More...

Island Remembers Friend, Firefighter Bobby Roach

Bobby Roach was considered a good friend who could be called on to help anyone at any time, and his Mackinac Island friends memorialized him last weekend with events that characterized his life - a hockey game, a barbeque, bonfire, and parade of fire More...

Former Island Worker on African Humanitarian Mission

Former Mackinac Island summer worker, veterinarian, and U.S. Army First Lieutenant Jill Lynn was deployed in mid-March to Camp Lemonnier Djibouti in the Horn of Africa. More...

Mackinac Island Student Onaca Bennett Competes in Poetry Out Loud

Mackinac Island sophomore Onaca Bennett participated in the sixth annual Poetry Out Loud state competition in East Lansing Saturday, March 12. More...

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