Non-profits, Clubs, & Service Organizations

Beechwood Historical Society
178 Beechwoood Store Rd/PO Box 219
Iron River, MI
49935

The mission of the Beechwood Historical Society is to preserve and share Beechwood heritage with present and future generations.    The Beechwood Historical Society is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization funded primarily through membership dues and donations from individuals.  New members are always welcome.  Money and in-kind donations are always appreciated

www.beechwoodhistoricalsociety.org
906-284-1501
Carrie Jacobs Bond Quilters
Kat King
612 W. Adams
Iron River, MI
49935

Non-profit organization who uses their skills in quilting to provide quilts for those in need through charitable organizations including US Veterans, Dialysis Unit, & foster care system.

(920) 216-3520
Crystal Falls Business Association (CFBA)
PO Box 233
Crystal Falls, MI
49920

Our mission is to promote the economic and social development of Crystal Falls by fostering a progressive and business-friendly environment; networking among businesses and, with city, county, and regional agencies,  enhance the quality of residents and visitors through recreational, cultural, and community events.

www.crystalfallsbusinessassociation.com
906-875-6868
Crystal Falls Community Library
237 Superior Avenue
Crystal Falls, MI
49920

The Crystal Falls District Community Library Has….

Over 10,000 books
Separate children’s library which includes computers with learning software
Reference materials
Foreign language tapes
Books on CD
Music CDs
Large print books
Interlibrary loan service
Computers with internet access (all computers have access to ABCmouse.com which is the most comprehensive early learning curriculum available online.)
MI and IRS tax forms
Large DVD collection
Fax and laminating services
Popular magazines
Regional and national newspapers
Photocopying
Free use of meeting room
Extensive Michigan collection

906-874-0077
Crystal Falls Contemporary Center
200 Superior Avenue/PO Box 243
Crystal Falls, MI
49920

” Our mission is to provide a safe environment for local and visiting youth and adults to come together for fun, cultural, artistic actives and enrichment.  “
The Crystal Falls Contemporary Center is a nonprofit organization, founded in 1993, that strives to bring enriching programs to the community of not just Crystal Falls but to the entirety of Iron County and beyond!

Types of classes that the center offers range from art, fitness, cooking, pottery, and more.  The Contemporary Center is always open to new class suggestions.  If you would like to teach for the Contemporary Center, send an e-mail to cfcontemporarycenter@gmail.com.

The Contemporary Center is run by a director as well as a small board of 6 volunteer members who sacrifice their time to keep the center a viable place for the community.   The board takes on tasks in many areas including grant-writing, event planning, administrative duties, teaching of classes, and so much more!

906-875-4595
Crystal Falls Lions Club
PO Box 177
Crystal Falls, MI
49920

Community service club serving the area for more than 60 years. “Where there’s a need, there’s a lion”

 

906-875-6355
Crystal Falls Museum Society & Harbour House
17 North Fourth St/PO Box 65
Crystal Falls, MI
49920

The building that is now the museum was originally a home built in 1898 and was owned by several people.  In early 1970 it reverted back to the bank and the furnishings were auctioned off.  It was subsequently occupied by several families before Howard Koob purchased it in 1982.  Shortly after, the house was signed over to the Museum Society for use as a museum. After much time and work by many volunteers, restoration was completed and it was opened to the public in 1984.
The first floor has been restored to a turn of the century appearance with a kitchen, dining room, parlor, and library. The library contains 100 years of The Diamond Drill, a local newspaper that is no longer in business. The second floor rooms each have a theme such as mining history, logging history, native american history, military history, and local sports history.
Research can be done in the Archives Room in the Crystal Falls City Hall building on Superior Ave. Winter hours are 10:00 am. to 4:00 pm. Some of the records available are Diamond Drill newspapers and birth, death, marriage and cemetery records.  Docents can be of assistance and a nominal donation is appreciated.

www.harbourhousemuseum.org
906-875-4341
Crystal Falls Senior Citizens, Inc
601 Marquette Ave
Crystal Falls, MI
49920

The Crystal Falls Senior/Community Center offers meals on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The meals start with soup, salad bar at 4:30 with dinner at 5:00.

(906) 875-6709
Dickinson Area Partnership
600 S Stephenson Avenue
Iron Mountain, MI
49801

“The mission of the Dickinson Area Chamber Alliance is to enhance the quality of life in our community by supporting and promoting economic growth.”

Board of Directors
The Dickinson Area Chamber Alliance Board of Directors is comprised of local business people and city managers. Their mission is to oversee actions of the Dickinson Area Chamber Alliance and to promote business development and economic growth in the Dickinson County Area of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and its surrounding areas in Michigan and Northeast Wisconsin.

www.dickinsonchamber.com
906-774-2002
Dickinson/Iron MCAC
800 Crystal Lake Blvd
Iron Mountain, MI
49801

The Dickinson/Iron Medical Care Access Coalition (DIMCAC) is a non-profit 501c (3) organization that serves the Dickinson County and Iron County areas as a community resource. Our program has staff in both counties who are trained to assist residents in applying for Medical Assistance in the State of Michigan.If you are interested in applying for Medicaid or Healthy Michigan, the chart below illustrates eligibility. If your household income falls under the guidelines below, you may qualify for coverage through the State of Michigan.

Our staff is also trained to assist residents and small business owners with enrolling into health insurance plans that are offered through the Federal Marketplace that can be found on www.healthcare.gov.If you are a small business owner that is interested in offering a health plan for your employees or if you are an individual that would like to get connected to a Marketplace Insurance Health Plan for yourself or your family, please call the DIMCAC office to see how one of our Certified Navigators can help you. Our services are free of charge but we appreciate appointments.

We also have a “help fund” in which we assist residents with medical, dental and vision services not covered by insurance or any other entity. Contact DIMCAC to fill out an application and see if you qualify! Our “help fund” is partially funded by the United Way of Dickinson County!

www.dimcac.org
906-774-3980