Service Organizations

The service organizations of Baraga County provide valuable efforts in the advancement of our schools, community, and the world as a whole, offering an avenue through which residents can make a difference. Learn more about the Baraga Fraternal Order of Eagles, the Baraga Masons, and the Baraga Area Schools Booster Club today.


Fraternal Order of Eagles

The Fraternal Order of Eagles is an “international non-profit organization uniting fraternally in the spirit of liberty, truth, justice, and equality to make human life more desirable by lessening its ills and promoting peace, prosperity, gladness and hope.” Membership exceeds 850,000 in the United States and Canada. New members are recruited by existing members. Baraga County is proud to feature its very own chapter of the Order.

18055 US Highway 41
Lanse, MI 49946
(906) 524-7622



The Masons are a “…Fraternal organization committed to charity, true fellowship and brotherly love under the Fatherhood of God; and a relevant organization dedicated to delighting, involving and educating members of their families in the community.” Millions of men now call themselves members worldwide.

Meetings at the L’Anse Masonic Temple occur every 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm.

Masonic Temple
204 E River St.
L’Anse, MI 49946
(906) 524-7580


Baraga Boosters

The Baraga Booster Club’s mission is to assist Baraga Athletics in the funding of athletic activities for Baraga School Athletes. The club has donated many items over the years, including jerseys, weight room equipment, funding for the Elementary Basketball Tournament, and much more.

Club efforts focus both on initiatives for the 3rd-6th Grade and Jr/Sr High Schools.

For more information, please visit the Booster Club page on the Baraga Area Schools website at or call Tracey at (906) 524-7444.


U.P. Food Exchange

The U.P. Food Exchange (UPFE, The Exchange) is a partnership created between The Marquette Food Co-op and MSU Extension to support the local food activities already taking place within the Upper Peninsula’s distinct regions (eastern, central, western). The Western U.P. Health Department serves as a point of contact for stakeholders in the western region and manages communication to and from the Exchange. UPFE assists with the development and ongoing maintenance of the three successful regional food hubs. UPFE serves as a resource portal for farmers, businesses, and individuals looking to connect with and actively participate in their local food system.

For more information, contact…

Natasha Lantz
Outreach Director, Marquette Food Co-op
Project Co-Lead, U.P. Food Exchange

502 West Washington
Marquette, MI 49855
906.225.0671 ext. 711 (office)
906-828-9203 (mobile)