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If you’d like to learn more about becoming a WTIP volunteer producer, you’re welcome to stop by the station for more information on Wednesday evenings through October. WTIP volunteer Tracy Benson spoke with Patrick Knight and Deb Benedict on North Shore Morning.
Mic Mac Lake is a remote lake within Tettegouche State Park. Along its shore are a group of log buildings that used to be known as the “Tettegouche Camp.” For 50 years this camp was the property of a wealthy businessman named Clement Quinn. WTIP's Martha Marnocha took a walking tour of the Camp with Park Naturalist Kurt Mead to learn more about the history of this special place.
For more photos of Clement Quinn and Teddy, the Moose, view photo slideshow.
New day care opportunities, a trip to Glensheen, Youth in Government and more; all through the Cook County Youth Agency Coalition (CCYAC). WTIP’s Jana Berka spoke with director Jaye White on North Shore Morning.
An evening of games, raffles, prizes and dinner are part of the Sportsmen’s Banquet on October 10. WTIP volunteer Mary Manning spoke with banquet coordinator Stephanie Radloff on North Shore Morning.
The event is October 10at the Cook County Community Center in Grand Marais. Doors open at 4:30 pm. Reservations for dinner needed by Wednesday October 7. More information and reservations with Stephanie at 387-3151.
Marcia Hyatt is a leadership and live coach and long time contributor to WTIP. Her weekly series, 'Best of Ourselves', is now available as a podcast and has its own website. North Shore Weekend host CJ Heithoff learns how the series is growing and changing in this interview.
Local solar, efficiencies in lighting and home energy, all good news from the Cook County Local Energy Project. WTIP volunteer Mark Abrahamson spoke with Virginia Danfelt of CCLEP on North Shore Morning.