Euchre Night EVERY Wed and Friday

Come in and join the fun and relaxation on Wednesday and Friday nights. Wednesday is Euchre and dice @ Lithhouse Books n’Brew South Water St.  and Friday it’s at Memory Lane Cafe’ on Broadway.

Drop in and have coffee and desert if you like or just come in and join in the fun! All levels of skill are welcome, no skill needed we can teach you.

For more info stop in at either store or call Memory Lane Cafe’ 810-765-4605. 

Texas Hold  ’em Sponsored by Marine City Rotary Jan. 27th 2007

Where ; Palms Road near M-29 in Fair Haven @ Fraternal Order of Eagles

Time: 6PM – 12 Midnight Join in and have some fun. Cash Bar PUBLIC WELCOME!

Say Yes To Marine City

We have been selected as one of six communities in the state to participate in Creating Entrepreneurial Communities. Join the Citzens Action Committee to make our Marine City a Better Place To Live.

Here is a list of current projects…


Town Hall Group Projects/Contacts
Project                        Main Contact Person(s)         Contact info
City Website
Judy White
Scott Anderson
Jackie Wilson
Visitor Center
John DeMuch
Max Grigich (sign)
Community Map
Kim Turner (map)
Kathy LeDuc (ads)
Cindy Koch (pricing)
Naunie McDowell
Kim Turner
Jim Turner
Jesse White
Beth Briesmeister
Rosann Henson
MJ Niemi
765-8746  Kim
765-8746 Jim
“Can Small Towns Be Cool” MSUE presentation
Midge Kubiak/Knights of Columbus
Georgia Phelan
765-5555 Hall
Bake Sale, Mari-time Days 8-06
Midge Kubiak/Judy White
Bike Trail- cut weeds at De-Gurse 8-06
Jesse White
Adopt-an-Area Heritage Square Bandstand 8-06
Miriam Phelan, Georgia Phelan, Iva Guyor
Youth Photo Project 9-06
Jim Turner, Kathy LeDuc, Ida Basinski, Cheryl Devereaux
Flowers 1-07
Miriam Phelan, Naunie McDowell, Marilyn Grigich, Margaret Danneels, Marybeth Schindler
Lex. trip 5-07
Georgia Phelan
Georgia Phelan
Energizing Entre-
Preneurs (MSU)
Georgia Phelan, Dennis Wend, Donna Sears, Max Grigich, Masha Truesch-Pelzer



Hurry – Benefit Dinner – Jan 23

Crusaders Against Cancer  East China’s Relay for Life is June 23rd 2007.
                           This is a fund raiser for the event.

When: Tuesday Januraryn 23, 2007.

Where: Riviera Restaurant 475 S. Water Street . Marine City 48039

Menu: Chicken Marsala  (Desert, beverage and gratuity extra)

(To donate baked goods: Please contact Carrie @ 810-765-1122. baked goods can be droped off at the Riviera J Janurary 23rd.

Bake sale, quilt raffle, Chinese Auction, Memorial Luminaries, T-shirts and cancer awareness items for sale.

"Walk a Little….Walk a Lot…Every Step Counts."

Looking for TEAMS please call Bill 810-223-2055  Relay for Life Event Date is June 23rd – 24th from 11am -11am at East China Stadium.

Marine City – Monthly Breakfast Buffet Check This OUT

WHAT: MONTHLY   “All You Can Eat”  breakfast buffet. Everyone’s Invited. Mark Your Calendar NOW!!!



(Always the last Sunday of every month)

WHERE: Marine City Knights Of Columbus Council #856  Banquet Hall . 6385  King Road . Marine City 48039
TIME: 8:30am – 12 pm

INCLUDES: Scrambled Eggs, sausage, bacon, potatoes, biscuts and gravy, pancakes, juice, coffe, tea and milk.

PRICE :  Adults – $6.00   . Children (6-10) $3.00  .  Preschoolers free



WHEN: Next Sunday Dec. 7th 2008


114584249523505328 The Blue Water Area

St. Clair County – The Blue Water Area Experience Marine City The HEART of the Blue Water Area Known for the amazing blue waters of Lake Huron and The St. Clair River, the Blue Water Area boasts all-season recreation, many unique and historical communities and a small-town family lifestyle with close proximity to big city amenities. Located in southeastern Michigan 60 miles northeast of Detroit via Interstate Highway I-94 and 60 miles east of Flint via Interstate Highway I-69, St. Clair County is home to one of Michigan’s oldest settlements, Michigan’s oldest lighthouse and Michigan’s last operational lightship. The Blue Water Area’s love of the water is apparent along the 33 miles of the St. Clair River scenic shoreline. Riverfront communities of Port Huron, St. Clair, Marysville, Marine

City and Algonac offer a recreational water wonderland and are virtually a boating and fishing paradise. Ship watching is the Blue Water Area’s top, unique attraction for visitors and residents alike. Large ocean-going freighters pass through the narrow channel where Lake Huron flows into the St. Clair River more than 29,000 times each year, carrying more tonnage than what passes through the Suez and Panama Canals combined. These majestic giants, measuring up to 1,003 feet in length, pass so close; you can almost reach out and touch them. In addition, hundreds of brightly colored sailboats and sporty powerboats dot the waterways and horizon from May through October, adding to the picturesque beauty of the Blue Water Area. Visit My Web site,, for more information or Call Wynne on cell 586-260-7653