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Visitor's Choice Award OnTheSnow.com from 2008-2014

Ski Brule, a premier Ski Resort in Michigan was voted the Visitor’s Choice Best Overall Resort in the Midwest in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013 and 2014, including all Wisconsin and Michigan ski resorts.

Ski Brule was awarded the ‘Visitor’s Choice Award’ in 2014.  Guests ranked Ski Brule in five categories at OnTheSnow.com:  family, park & pipe, all mountain terrain, nightlife and overall excellence.  The user generated Visitor’s Choice Award represents the collective excellence opinion of our guests and how well Ski Brule snowboard and ski resort delivered the expected experience.

Plan your getaway at your favorite Michigan ski resort and experience why Ski Brule is the #1 Best Overall Snowboard & Ski Resort in the Midwest.  Ski Brule is proud to deliver affordable, family fun with the best guest service anywhere!

Lac Vieux Desert Casino“I have especially loved the customer orientated atmosphere at Ski Brule and the wide variety of terrain.  Brule has some of the best early and late season snow in the Midwest, has been known to open as early as Halloween, and rarely closes before mid-April.  I found Brule to be very family and kid orientated with excellent accommodations within a short walk of the slopes.  I highly recommend it to others as I’ve had so many positive experiences with Ski Brule at various times over the years.” ~Steve, Chicago, IL

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May 22 2015
Memorial Day Activities In Iron County

Those who gave their all for their country will be remembered and honored next Monday, May 25, when Iron County and the rest of the nation observes Memorial Day. Special ceremonies will take place Memorial Day morning at cemeteries around the county, led by the West Side and East Side Veterans councils. U.S. Rep. Dan Benishek will appear at the Beechwood ceremony at Rosehill Cemetery. Beechwood: Ceremonies at Rosehill Cemetery in Beechwood begin at 8 a.m., after the AMVETS Post 436 color guard marches to the site. U.S. Rep. Dan Benishek will place the wreath, assisted by Melina and Annalia Lopez. Benishek will give a short statement, and Melina and Annalia Lopez will lead the Pledge of Allegiance. Trumpeter Curt Brendel plays the national anthem. Dorothy Javoroski, the master of ceremonies, will introduce Pastor Mike Rucinski, who will give the invocation and benediction. Melina Lopez reads “In Flanders Fields,” followed by a musical presentation by Krista Gussert and Gary Friestrom. The speaker will be Specialist Lisa Wright of the U.S. Army, an Iraq War veteran. After her remarks, Brendel will play “America,” the roll call is read by Post 436 Commander Frank Jirik, the post’s color guard fires the volley, and Brendel plays taps. Everyone is invited to the Beechwood Hall immediately after the program for a Memorial Day social. Stambaugh: Members of Reino American Legion Post 21 will place flags on the graves of veterans at Stambaugh Cemetery on Sunday, May 24, at 9 a.m. The Memorial Day program starts at 10:30 a.m. Marie Brunswick will be the master of ceremonies. The flag will be raised by members of the Caspian-Gaastra Fire Department, while Kerry Rivard sings the national anthem. Deacon Robert Kostka of St. Agnes/St. Cecelia Catholic church, who is also a member of Legion Post 21, will give the invocation and benediction. Connie Jagelewski and Roselyn Johnson, members of the Reino Post 21 Ladies Auxiliary, will place a wreath on a cross in honor of all deceased veterans, and West Iron County students Megan Quayle and Zane Sarafiny will give recitations. This year’s guest speaker is James R. (Jim) Brennan, a native of Nashville, Tenn., who was commissioned as an ensign in the U.S. Navy Reserve through Vanderbilt University’s ROTC program. He served active duty from July 1961 to 1963 on the USS Rhodes, home-based in Newport, R.I. After receiving his honorable discharge as a lieutenant in January 1963, he served in the Naval Reserve from 1963 to 1967. He was employed by corporations for 37 years, working in sales, manufacturing, engineering and international, before retiring to Iron County in March 2000. He was elected as a county commissioner in 2012 and re-elected in 2014. He is a member of American Legion Reino Post 21. Brennan has been married to the former Margee Johnson, a fourth generation Iron County resident, for 50 years this Augu

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