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Fish fries take place at the Sainte-Catherine activity center

All-you-can-eat fish fries will be held from 4-7 p.m. Friday through April 8 at the St. Catherine Activity Center, located at 1106 St. Clair Blvd. in Algonac.

Attendees can choose to dine in or have takeout. The menu consists of a dinner of baked or fried cod with a choice of baked potatoes, fries, mac and cheese, vegetables, rolls, coleslaw, dessert and drinks.

The cost is $14 for adults or takeout and $9 for children ages 7-12.

For more information, call 810-765-3568.

OT organizes an open day, the Spring Ahead campaign

Operation Transformation will host an open house and donation day on March 24.

“We’re asking people to help us ‘get ahead’ financially,” states a recent press release for the event. “Our goal is to raise $25,000 and we have $6,000 in matching funds which will be matched.”

Operation Transformation is a local non-profit organization whose purpose is to foster a united and life-giving church in the greater Blue Water area. It works collaboratively with civic and service organizations to develop ways to meet the many needs of citizens in the community.

The open house will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the OT office at 1904 Poplar St. in Port Huron. Everyone is welcome to come and meet the staff, learn about big OT projects and enjoy some light refreshments. Masks will be mandatory.

“If you believe in the mission of Operation Transformation, please consider making a contribution and helping us take advantage of this very generous opportunity,” the statement read.

For those who would like to donate but will not be attending the event, donations can be made by calling 810-966-8660 or visiting optrans.org.

New Blue Water Area Visitor Guide Available

The Blue Water Area Convention and Visitors Bureau recently announced that their new Visitors Guide has arrived in both digital and hard copy formats.

The guide uses an all-new format featuring all of the area’s beaches, trails, water experiences, tourism businesses and more.

“QR code savvy customers will love the personalized codes in each section to access digital maps and personalized tours,” a recent press release reads. “The codes will also include a comprehensive list of small tourism businesses from all riverside communities in addition to our partner communities. By using these codes, we can easily keep visitors informed of the latest information or changes. »

Those who don’t prefer to use the digital QR codes will still have written information to find the highlights of the area to plan a trip.

The guide has been distributed to all Michigan Department of Transportation Welcome Centers and plans to deliver the guides to local hotels and communities will occur in the coming weeks. Hard copies of the guide are now available to guests at the office inside the Blue Water Convention Center in Port Huron.

The Blue Water Area Convention and Visitors Bureau is a destination marketing organization dedicated to promoting the area as a desirable convention and tourism location.