Community News

Let's Eat

St. Ann's. Every Second Sunday from 4:00 to 5:00 pm, join us for a wonderful take-home meal.

  • Drive up to the rear entrance parking lot.

  • Step out of your car, take a meal container from the table.

  • Please observe social distancing.

  • Drive on to allow in the next guest.

In order to provide for all who show up, we need to limit meals to 1 per person in car, plus 1.


Little Brothers - Friends of the Elderly

Throughout the U.S., elderly people suffering from loneliness, tenuousness or loss of self-sufficiency are invisible and forgotten. The mission of Little Brothers – Friends of the Elderly is to advocate for elders who are isolated and at risk by developing long-term companionships to provide greater well-being and stability, promote independent living and instill a sense of belonging.

The efforts of Little Brothers – Friends of the Elderly make a real impact, thanks to the commitment of volunteers and the generosity of donors like you. Your support gives hope to elderly people and lets them know they are not forgotten.

To learn more about this organization, go to their web page.


St. Vincent de Paul

Our local St. Vincent de Paul chapter has been helping the most vulnerable of our neighbors for many years. They have a thrift shop, food pantry, and provide social services. They are always needing volunteers and donations. Their main phone number is 906-524-7001 and the address is 10 E Broad St, L'Anse, MI 49946.

To learn more about their mission, go to the St. Vincent de Paul web page.

Baraga County Communities That Care

Communities That Care guides communities through a proven five-phase change process. Using prevention science as its base, CTC promotes healthy youth development, improves youth outcomes, and reduce problem behaviors. Check out their website.


Life Outreach Center

The Life Outreach Center is a true Christ-centered, life-sustaining, non-profit organization. They offer free counseling, referrals, pregnancy testing and education to women and men in Houghton, Keweenaw and Baraga Counties. They fill a critical need for those who are facing unintended pregnancies. The "earn while you learn" program allows parents to receive much needed supplies for raising their children. Post-abortive parents can find the compassion and understanding they need to begin the healing process. Life Outreach has an amazing group of highly-trained volunteers committed to our communities. These selfless servants rely completely on donations to accomplish God's work.