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    Algoma Optimist Club

    A “Friend of Youth” for 45 years, the Algoma Optimist Club impacts others with its positive vision for the future. Members have an opportunity to meet every Tuesday at 7 a.m. at Caffé Tlazo for breakfast, brainstorming and a short presentation

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    Algoma Police Department (City of Algoma Police Department)

    The mission of the Algoma Police Department is to enhance the quality of life for those living in the City of Algoma by providing quality law enforcement service to the community, through fairness, integrity and professionalism, promoting a safe environment through law enforcement and citizen interaction, and by the equitable enforcement of the laws of […]

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    Algoma Public Library

    The Algoma Public Library was established in 1878, or at least by some records. Other records state 1898. The date we know for sure is 1921. Our little library, no matter when it started, has been a staple of the community since it opened it’s doors.Today the library is home to 30, 636 books, 141,577 […]

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    Algoma Youth Club

    Set in a turn-of-the-century factory and warehouse, the Algoma Youth Club continues to have a positive impact on the community it serves. Since the 1950s, the Algoma Youth Club has been one of the oldest organizations of its kind in the country, providing children a safe place to hang out on the weekends and the […]

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    City of Algoma

    Algoma City Hall 416 Freemont Street Algoma, WI 54201

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    East Shore Industries

    East Shore Industries, Inc., a non-profit organization, is dedicated to the mission of assisting individuals with disabilities in obtaining their personal independence and employment goals. ESI serves over 100 individuals a year through various day service programs, a school to work transition program, a community job placement program and in-house subcontract work. Contact: Tracey Nelson

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    Friends of Crescent Beach

    Friends of Crescent Beach is a member of the nonprofit Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership. Our mission is to promote through advocacy, education and activities the improvement, support, protection and enjoyment of Algoma’s Crescent Beach. Activities include educational programming, volunteer projects that support a healthy and attractive beach and the annual Soar on the Shore kiting […]

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    Friends of The Ahnapee State Trail

    The Friends of the Ahnapee was organized exclusively for the promotion, development and maintenance of the Ahnapee State Trail. The Friends of the Ahnapee is a grassroots group dedicated to raise the consciousness of the local people and potential visitors to the quality aspects of the trail. Ahnapee State Trail Map Download  

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    Housing Authority of the City of Algoma

    Grand View Terrace Apartments, governed by the Algoma Housing Authority since 1968, has 35 one-bed apartments and 4 two-bedroom apartments. Rent payments are based on income and the eligibility guidelines are set by HUD. Grand View Terrace has an on-site office, off street parking, community rooms and a community kitchen. Each floor has a lounge […]

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    Kewaunee County Economic Development Corp

    KCEDC works pro-actively to retain, expand, develop and attract businesses that strengthen the economy of Kewaunee County. As the economy and markets transition, KCEDC helps business and local communities prepare and partner for adaptation and improvement. Contact: Jennifer Brown