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COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

Health and Wellness


DAR   906-863-9512


Healthy Youth Coalition (HYC)   906-863-5665 Ext. 38


Marinette County 4-H   715-732-7517


Marinette Recreation Department   715-732-5222


Menominee County Intermediate School District (ISD)   906-863-5665

  • Birth to 3 (Wisconsin)
    Developmental progress
  • Early On (Michigan)
    Developmental progress


Menominee County ISD Great Start   906-863-5665 Ext. 1028


NEWCAP   715-732-4171


Rainbow House   715-735-6656


Tri-City Area United Way (TCAUW)   715-735-7785


YMCA   906-863-9983

  • Parent and Child Swim Lessons
    Family interaction, swim skills
  • Parent and Child Music Program  (Birth to 5)
    Color/sound recognition, social skills, parent networking, large motor skills and movement, rhythm
  • Tot Watch Program  (Birth to 8)
    Motor skills, reading development, social skills, imagination exercises
  • Parent Teeter Toddle Tumble  (Walking to age 6)
    Social skills, color recognition, imaginative play, large motor skills development, parent networking/relationships
  • Imaginative Play (Grades K - 4)
    Summer learning loss, reading, healthy eating, free lunch
  • Y-Kids Summer Day Camp  (Ages 3-8)
    Team building, social skills, core values, honesty, athletics, reading crafts, cooking
  • Adventure Camp  (Ages 9-14)
    Team building, social skills, core values, honesty, athletics, reading crafts, cooking
  • Free Memberships  (Grade 3, CASA , Cross Roads Group Home, etc.)
    Physical activity, health
  • Y-Sports Leagues
    Teamwork, social skills, self esteem, motivation, motor skills
  • After School Programming
    Healthy living, athletic, teamwork, "Y5210" nutrition
  • Martial Arts
    Physical fitness, social, core values, discipline, self respect, motor skill development, memory , self control
  • Swim Lessons
    Marinette Grade Schools
  • Swim Club
    Teamwork, social, athletics/fitness
  • Youth Night Out
    Athletics, teamwork, social, core values, mentoring, self respect
  • Teen Night Out  (Ages 11-18)
    Social, group dynamics, positive stress release, leadership
  • Teen Center  (Grades 6-12)
    Social, group dynamics, positive stress release, leadership, fostering volunteerism, core values, responsibility, health, honesty/integrity
  • Youth Personal Training  (Ages 11-17)
    Nutrition, goal-setting, healthy choices
  • Special Needs Student Program  (Grades 9-12, up to age 21)
    Volunteering in a community setting, physical activity
  • On-the-Job Training Readiness
    Social/work appearance, communication, phone etiquette