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2019-2020 Community Profile Brochure

Marquette Township Receives Over $1,000 Check from Money Raised During Community Day by Super One Foods

Super One Foods of Marquette raised $1,098.40 for Marquette Township during Community Day.

Super One Foods of Marquette raised $1,098.40 for Marquette Township during Community Day.

Marquette, MI  –  September 11, 2019  –  Almost a month later to the day Super One Foods hosted a ceremony at their Marquette location this morning to donate money raised during the 2019 Marquette Township Community Day.

During the annual event put on by the Marquette Township Business Association and Marquette Charter Township, Super One Foods served lunch,  collecting money to give back to the township. Today, Super One Foods and Marquette Township officials met at the Marquette location for the check presentation. Super One Foods Marquette Store Manager Mike Levine donated $1,098.40 to the township to be used for the maintenance and upkeep of Lions Field.

Staff from the Super One in Marquette gave their time to help support the township grilling hotdogs, brats, and hamburgers that were served to over 1,000 people during the event on August 3rd.

Marquette Township Manager Randy Girard, Township Supervisor Lyn Durant, and Marquette Township Business Association Co-Hair Todd Noordyk were there to receive the check.

TruNorth Federal Credit Union Opens New Location!

In 2008 TRUNORTH FEDERAL CREDIT UNION  opened a branch inside Walmart. The hours are Monday thru Friday 8:30am to 7:00pm, Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm and Sunday 10:00am to 2:00pm. On July 16, 2019 the Greater Ishpeming-Negaunee Chamber of Commerce helped TruNorth celebrate the grand opening of its new Jubilee location. Their hours are 10:00am to 7:pm Monday thru Friday and 11:00am to 4:00pm Saturday. Main office hours are 7:00am to 7:00pm Monday thru Friday and 9:00am to 4:00pm on Saturday. From left to right are GINCC board member Crystal LaFreniere, TNFCU board member Lindsey Butorac, GNICC Executive Director Bob Hendrickson, TNFCU board members Steve Pierson, John Wallace,  board chair Tom Skrenes,  Jubilee owner Jay Blewett, TNFCU president George Isola, branch manager Krista Musselman, Jubilee store manager Dustin Gransinger, TNFCU VP consumer loans Lisa Cody, VP mortgage lending Kristin Thornton, member service reps Khora Swanson, Karlie Burke, VP branch sales Tina Henson, member service reps Breanna Misale, Anna Baldini, Lyndsey Dobson, GINCC president Tia Rhodda. TruNorth Federal Credit Union is cooperatively owned by over 16,000 local residents and was organized in 1949 to provide low cost financial services to all owner/members.  Credit union membership is open to anyone living, working, worshiping or attending school in Marquette, Alger, Baraga, Dickinson and Iron Counties.  To learn more about TruNorth, visit their website at  Deposits are federally insured by the NCUA.

“Catch the Vision” Community Day Had Great Weather, Food, and Fun!

First Place winners of Community Day softball tournement

First Place winners of Community Day softball tournement

Marquette Township, MI –  08/4/2019  – Beautiful weather plus great music equals another successful Community Day for Marquette! The Marquette Charter Township put on another great event to give back to the community of Marquette. Yesterday morning at 10, the event was kicked off with Good Time Oldies in the Park, courtesy of Marquette’s 97.5. About an hour later was when SuperOne had their food set up, with everyone’s favorites including brats burgers and pop! Kids inflatables, courtesy of Double Trouble, were up and jumping! Our friends at the Marquette County Sheriff’s Department were out giving patrol vehicle tours and search and rescue demonstrations, along with a fire truck display!

The lawn chairs were set up around the stage to listen to the awesome live music. at 1, The Crunge got the live music kicked off with our favorite rock and country hits. After that, the Flat Broke Blues Band jumped in and played . Then the Ramblers took over for the rest of the night!

Community Day food was great!

Community Day food was great!

Another favorite of Community Day was the softball tournament going on all day. Team Sunny vs. Marquette Township started things off, followed by the teams Popp’s Builders, Glenn’s Smoke House, EZ Stop, and Park Chiropractic. Everyone on the field had a great time and the crowd loved watching and cheering on their friends and loved ones.

Community Day was fantastic and all ages had a blast!

Check Out More Pictures From This Years Community Day Event Below!



Welcome Bell Financial to Marquette Township!



On Friday, June 21st Bell Financial hosted their open house and ribbon cutting ceremony at their beautiful new location on Commerce Drive. Bell Financial made the big move from Ishpeming.






Along with the open house and ribbon cutting ceremony the Marquette Township Business Association presented Bell Financial with their first township dollar.

Bell Financial provides investment management and financial planning services. You can contact them at 906-485-1400 or you can visit their website : Welcome to the neighborhood!!



Pictured from left to right:

Tina Henson (TruNorth Credit Union)

Jesse Bell (Bell Financial)

Scott Patrick (Carpet Specialists, Carpet One)



Marquette Township’s “Catch the Vision” Car Show and Cruise Returns for Another Year at the Westwood Mall

Look at all these awesome vintage cars

Look at all these awesome vintage cars

Marquette, MIJune 15, 2019 – The annual “Catch the Vision Car Show and Cruise” took place this afternoon, and once again, it was a huge hit.  People came out by the dozens with their classic cars, eager to show them off to the spectators who came to the Westwood Mall.  Major Discount has never been one to miss an event like this, so he took the short trip from the offices of Great Lakes Radio to the car show and went on-air talking about all the fun going on.

The Major was very impressed by all the vintage vehicles that were parked at the Westwood Mall, and even talked to a few of the owners.  He also described the raffles that were going on throughout the show, and told people about all the different aspects of the afternoon, from the “Rev It Up” contest to the Best in Show and People’s Choice awards.

Special thanks to all of our participating sponsors: Marquette Township Business Assocation, Smokehouse Glenn, New Attitudes Dance Studio, Willy Nilly’s Good and Chilly Frozen Treats, Mama Russo’s, Super One Foods, the Westwood Mall, TV6/FoxUP, and Great Lakes Radio.

Listen to audio from the broadcast below:

Major Discount says hello from the Catch the Vision car show

The Catch the Vision car show was a huge success

The Catch the Vision car show was a huge success

The Major talks with Randy about why the township puts the show on every year

Randy has a hard time deciding which Pontiac GTO he likes best

Major Discount and Pete LaRue talk about all the awesome cars

Joe Ellis, the manager of the Westwood Mall, joins the Major

Super One cooked hot dogs and brats for all the attendees

There was ice cream, brats, pop, and chips for everyone who came down

Major Discount signs off from the Westwood Mall

US 41 Roundabout Construction Info

Click the link below to learn more about the roundabout construction happening in Marquette Township,4616,7-151-9621_11008-494379–,00.html

Check out our new members!

After a successful 2019 membership drive the Marquette Township Business Association is very pleased to announce we have 9 new members this year! We are very excited to welcome Beauchamp Heating & Plumbing, Bell Financial, Curran & Company, Fox Subaru Marquette, JRJ Food and Equipment, Loads of Fun Laundry, Northern Michigan Land Brokers, Re/Max 1st Realty, & the UPS Store.

Beauchamp Heating and Plumbing has been in the area since 1993 and provides services for heating, cooling, plumbing, and commercial refrigeration & drain cleaning. They are located at 405 Brookton Road and you can contact them at 906-228-5615.

Bell Financial is currently located in Ishpeming, MI but will be joining the township after May of this year. Their new offices will be located on Commerce Drive. Bell Financial provides investment management and financial planning services. You can contact them at 906-485-1400.

Curran & Company is located on Commerce Drive and provides management services for quality apartments. They accommodate the need for quality and affordable housing and currently have over 300 units! You can contact them at 906-228-8604.

Fox Subaru is part of Fox Motors and offers new and used vehicles to suit your every need. Fox Subaru also offers expert mechanics to help you with all your vehicle’s service needs. Fox Subaru is located at 3815 US 41 West. You can stop in anytime or contact them at 888-486-1637 for sales, or 888-486-1637 for service

JRJ Food and Equipment sells new and used commercial grade food equipment. They also provide repair services on equipment they sell and equipment you may already own. You can also buy any kind of supplies you may need for your cooking/baking needs. They are located at 405 Brookton Road and can be contacted at 906-273-1555.

Loads of Fun Laundry is a laundromat located at 3165 Wright Street. They offer coin/credit card operated washing and drying machines of multiple sizes and are open 24 hours. They also offer free wifi! They can be contacted at 906-226-3257 or you can visit their facebook page.

Northern Michigan Land Brokers has locations in both Marquette and Houghton and specializes in buying and selling desirable properties with experience in all types of properties. Northern Michigan Land Brokers also offer consulting services for all your buying or selling needs. They can be contacted at 906-225-5263.

Re/Max 1st Realty is a realty company that can help you if you need to buy or sell a home. They offer many highly qualified agents that can assist you. They are located at 2854 Venture Drive here in Marquette and can be contacted at 906-225-1136.

The UPS Store offers a variety of shipping and printing services. They have certified packing experts and multiple shipping options for your convenience. They also offer mailboxes that aren’t just a PO Box, they have real street addresses. They can be contacted at 906-227-7000 or you can visit the UPS store located at 3224 US 41 West for all your shipping needs.

Commercial Building for lease or sale!

Great location for business exposure and customer access, near US 41 with a large, lighted commercial sign. 9,600 square feet of clean, open space that provides unlimited options for your business!

Offered lease of $7,900/month with flexible terms and immediate availability!

Contact Rob Sullivan with Northern Michigan Land Brokers at (906) 225-5263 or (906) 362-3337 for more information.

Marquette Township Hosts Marquette Mutineers and NMU Wildcats for Outdoor Exhibition Hockey Game

The Marquette Mutineers and NMU Wildcats at Lions Field Ice Rink in Marquette Township.
The Marquette Mutineers and NMU Wildcats at Lions Field Ice Rink in Marquette Township.
A NMU player moves the puck back down the ice into the Mutineers zone.
A NMU player moves the puck back down the ice into the Mutineers zone.

Marquette, MI  –  January 27, 2019  –  We certainly “caught the vision” during today’s gathering at Lions Field Ice Rink in Marquette Township for some hockey fun and a chance to support a local family. Originally today’s exhibition game was to be a match up against the Marquette Redmen and Marquette Mutineers, but with a sudden cancellation, the Northern Michigan University Club Hockey Team stepped in to take the Redmen’s place on the ice.

In memory of those who were lost.
In memory of those who were lost.

After a fatal car crash claimed the life of two young Iron Range Hockey Players, who were friends to many on the both the Marquette Mutineers and NMU Club Hockey team, the players decided to dedicate today’s game to their fallen friends. The information spread quickly and community members from all over Marquette County came out to enjoy the game and support the Johnson family during this devastating time.

The Mutineers and Wildcats took the ice shortly after 1pm today for an hour long outdoor exhibition hockey game. It was a bone chilling afternoon, but the players had a blast and so did the people spectating the game! The Township had free hot chocolate to help warm everyone up while they watched the meet up game between the Wildcats and Mutineers. Though both teams fought hard, in the end, the results were similar to last year’s game against the NMU Club Hockey Team with the Mutineers taking home another win.

Thanks to everyone who came out to watch the game today!
Thanks to everyone who came out to watch the game today!

A GoFundMe page has been set up to help cover medical and funeral expenses for the Johnson Family. Other hockey associations from all over Michigan as well as the community have raised up to support this local hockey family, donating over $6,000 toward the fundraising goal already. If you wish to make a donation and were not able to join us at today’s game, visit the official GoFundMe Page for the Johnsons.

Our thoughts go out to the Johnson Family during this difficult time and thank you to everyone who came out today to support the family and our Township!

Missed out on today’s hockey game? Catch the Mutineers at Lakeview Arena on February 8th as they host the Calumet Wolverines. This game will also be dedicated to the Johnson family. One of the family members will be doing an honorary puck drop and following the game there will be a short ceremony to present them all the money that has been raised. Follow the Marquette Mutineers Facebook Page for more information.