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Floyd’s Restaurant announces wine tasting

GRAND BLANC — Floyd’s Restaurant at The Captain’s Club at Woodfield will host a Wine Tasting on March 10 from 6-8 p.m. Cost is $10 per person at the door. Reservations are accepted until March 7.

Guests will be able to sample a variety of premium wines at affordable prices. Wine will be available for purchase by the bottle and by the case. Hors d’oeuvres prepared by Chefs Denny Dowdall and Franklin Klauka will be served throughout the evening.

Floyd’s Restaurant at The Captain’s Club at Woodfield is located at 10200 Woodfield Drive, Grand Blanc, Michigan. For reservations, please call 810- 695-5555 ext. 102. Details: Got to www.captainsclubatwoodfield.com.— G.G.

Women’s event coming this weekend

GRAND BLANC — Spring into the New You with workshops on decorating, organizing, wardrobe and personal development at the next Women2Women Michigan “The Cure for Cabin Fever” Women’s Event on March 4-5 at Genesys Conference Center. Hours are Friday noon-9 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

The event will feature an author’s corner with six Michigan authors, fashion shows sponsored by Financial Plus Federal Credit Union and Maynard’s of Flushing, salon services by Imagine Salon, pampering, massages, educational speakers, belly dancing, pole dancing, zumba, photo booth, shopping, and much more.

The event will kick off our “exciting transformation” contest where three women will be selected to be part of a three-month transformation package. The winner will win a Caribbean cruise for two. Contestants must enter at the event from 12 – 8 p.m. on March 4.

Tickets are $6 at the door. A portion of the proceeds from the ticket sales will be donated to the American Heart Association.

Details: Go to www.w2wmichigan.com or call 810- 694-2326. — G.G.

Knecht elected chairman of CFGF board

FLINT — The Board of Trustees of the Community Foundation of Greater Flint (CFGF) elected Timothy H. Knecht chair of the Board during its February meeting. Knecht is a 23-year volunteer of the Community Foundation, having served on a number of committees and its board of trustees.

Knecht began his service with CFGF in 1988 as a member of the Arthur Tuuri Health Fund Committee where he helped to advise health-related grants to area nonprofit organizations. He has also served as a member of the Grand Blanc Community Fund Advisory Committee, the Fenton Community Fund Advisory Committee, and as chair of the Philanthropic Services Committee. Knecht was appointed as a trustee to the board in 2002, and has served as vice chair since 2009.

Born and raised in Genesee County and a graduate of Southwestern High School, Knecht resides in Fenton with his wife, Linda. The couple has three children. Knecht has practiced law in the area since 1979 when he joined Cline, Cline & Griffin, P.C. of Flint.

Knecht succeeds Sherri E. Stephens, president of Stephen Wealth Management Group of Mundy Township, who served as chair for two years. The board recognized Stephens’ service by establishing the Sherri E. Stephens Fund, a broad field of interest fund to benefit residents of the Davison area.

Stephens is a Davison resident. — G.G.


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