Relic Riders Help Out

Ron Pratt of the Rapid River Relic Riders donates $250 to the Community Action Agency Delta County Walk for Warmth, represented by Executive Director Julie Moberg, right, and Executive Assistant Cathy Pearson. Walks for Warmth, Feb. 24 in Menominee, Delta and Schoolcraft counties, raise funds to help residents who are having trouble paying their home-heating bills. Funds will also be raised at the CAA Big Brat Sale on Feb. 21 in Escanaba. All funds are used in the county they are raised in.

 Warming Up to the Walk

Naomi Fletcher, left, and Donelle Robitaille hold the quilt won by Donelle at a one-day raffle at the Gladstone Senior Center. The raffle, organized by Naomi, raised $323 for Delta County Walk for Warmth, The quilt was donated by Sue Noren.


 Lions Roar for Walk

Escanaba Lions Club Treasurer Tom Sabor presents a $685 donation to Community Action Agency Executive Director Julie Moberg on behalf of Delta County Walk for Warmth. The benefit is set for 10 a.m. Saturday at the Elks Lodge, 510 Ludington St., Escanaba. The Lions donation is in memory of the late Don Scott, a 60-year member of the club and longtime supporter of Walk for Warmth. The CAA fund-raiser helps residents having a difficult time paying their home heating bill.