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Chamber makes use of clean energy a priority FLINT — While clean energy progress remains slow at the national level, the Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce has emerged as one of the top local chambers in the country driving economic development around clean energy, according to a first-of-its-kind report released by Chambers for Innovation and Clean Energy (CICE). With […]

Dinner benefits new Pregnancy Resource Center




DAVISON TWP. — Dr. Alveda King, niece of slain Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, was the keynote speaker, May 16, at the Colonial Valley Suites during the first Impact Pregnancy Resource Center benefit dinner. The banquet hall was filled with people interested in helping to raise funds for the center. They were treated to a full meal, singing, […]

Genesee Health Plan awarded for helping the uninsured



FLINT — The Genesee Health Plan received the 2013 Community Partnership Award from the Greater Flint AFL-CIO Central Labor Council in recognition of its efforts to help uninsured and under-insured Genesee County residents get access to health care services and treatments. GHP received the award May 20, at a Friends of Labor Recognition Dinner at the IMA Brookwood Golf and […]

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FGS to hold annual dinner FLINT — The Flint Genealogical Society will have their annual dinner June 4, 6 p.m., at The Masonic Temple, 755 S. Saginaw St., Flint. Speaker will be Kim Crawford, on his book “The Daring Trader: Jacob Smith in the Michigan Territory, 1802-1825.” Tickets are $15 and the public is welcome. For reservations, call President Jim […]

Business group selects annual scholarship winners




FLINT TWP. — From a long list of worthy applicants for its annual scholarship awards, the West Flint Business Association chose three winners: LaTisha Bowie of Burton, Jasmin Newton of Grand Blanc and Amanda Ried of Swartz Creek. Each was awarded a $2,500 scholarship presented last week at the W.F.B.A.’s monthly meeting. Bowie was the recipient of the Adult Learner […]

Cavs’ baseball priming for tourney




FLUSHING — While the Carman-Ainsworth varsity baseball team has had the good fortune to draw a bye for the first round of the Michigan High School Athletic Association championship tournament on May 28, so has every other team assigned to Flushing district No. 3-1. That means the Cavs, 10-15 overall, 8-4 Saginaw Valley League, won’t have any extra advantage when […]

Golfers head for district




BAY CITY — Carman-Ainsworth likely will get nothing but experience out of the Div. 1 golf district it will play in next week. But, that’s just fine with coach Bob Blaylock and the Cavaliers. The Cavs will mix it up with some of the best teams on this side of the state in the 12-team tournament May 31 at Bay […]

Softball heads into tough district




FLUSHING — Carman-Ainsworth faces a stiff challenge in the Div. 1 softball districts next week at Flushing High. The Cavaliers will open the June 1 tournament against Kearsley at 10 a.m. If they get past the Hornets, 18-14, the Cavs would face either Metro League champion Swartz Creek, 24-7, or the host Raiders, 11-13-1, who swept Carman- Ainsworth, 14-2 and […]

Lady Cavaliers’ tennis season comes to an end




SAGINAW — The Carman- Ainsworth girls’ tennis team had an impressive season down the stretch and showed improvement with every match played. Their run came to an end on Thursday at regional No. 8- 1, hosted by Saginaw Heritage. At No. 1 Singles, J’Lynn Corder defeated Bay City Central’s Sunni Nix, 6-2, 6-1, before falling to Grand Ledge’s Lauren Sharp. […]

Cavaliers’ track performs strong at regional




TRAVERSE CITY — Success at the annual track and field regionals is nothing new for the Carman-Ainsworth track program, and at Friday’s Div. 1 regional at Traverse City Central, the boys placed third with 83 and the girls came in ninth with 35. For the boys, Josh Johnson’s shot put toss of 46-feet, 1.75- inches qualified him for the state […]