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Young’s Looks Forward With Ambitious Plans

IRON RIVER—The 3,300-acre slice of Upper Peninsula beauty nestled in south central Iron County has been known for more than 40 years chiefly as a golfing destination. Which is ironic when the history of what became known as the George Young Recreational Complex and is now known as Young’s is considered. For when founders George…

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Young’s to Host Community WinterFest

IRON RIVER – On Jan. 26-27, Young’s hosts its first annual WinterFest which will feature a variety of free activities for the community. Families can enjoy free snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, free swimming, dog sled rides, contests, and more. A dog sled race will take place on Friday, and there will be a bonfire and…

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George Young Recreational Complex Solicits Community Feedback

IRON RIVER, MI (October 17, 2017) Change is coming to the George Young Recreational Complex who is planning for a new future. Three advisory teams, composed of community leaders, are working together to develop new programming and an improved customer experience. In addition to the work of the advisers, the complex is seeking input from…

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Changes proposed for George Young Recreational Complex

Twenty Iron County residents met recently to form three advisory teams to establish plans for the future of the George Young Recreational Complex. According to recently appointed GYRC Trustee Rick Kent, the teams will be developing both short- and long-term plans for the golf course, recreation and education programs and re-opening of the restaurant. Read…

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Big plans in store for golf course

The George Young Golf Course in Iron River will be seeing some major changes. The golf course has recently gone under new management. The George Young Recreational Complex was created by George Young and his wife Margaret Young over three decades ago. The new management says for years, the 3,200 acres of land there has been…

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Kent named to Young Charity Trust Board

The Young Charity Trust, responsible for the management and operation of the George Young Recreational Complex, is pleased to announce the appointment of Rick Kent of Iron River as a member of the three-person board of trustees. Kent replaces Charles Hamacher, long-time trustee of Iron River who died in September 2016. Read the full article…

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