Outreach East matching fundraiser
DAVISON — The Outreach East matching donation fundraiser has raised $6,816, with an additional $6,816 in matching funds for a total donation so far of $13,632.
They still have unmatched dollars of $3,184 left to raise in order to reach their goal of $20,000.
The fundraiser is a dollar for dollar match, turning a $20 donation into $40 for Outreach East.
Organizers said the matching dollars will end soon so don’t wait, give today.
Details: Call 810-653-7711.
To donate visit www.outreacheast.org or by mail at P.O. Box 61, Davison, MI 48423. — G.G.
Area clerk’s offices to be open Oct. 31
DAVISON AREA — As required by law, local clerks will be open Saturday, Oct. 31, for accepting and issuing absentee ballots and voter registrations. Office hours are: Davison Township – 7 a.m.-3 p.m.; City of Davison – 7 a.m.-3 p.m.; and Richfield Township from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
VFW to serve hot turkey sandwich dinner
DAVISON TWP. — Davison Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4087 Auxiliary would like to thank the community for supporting their takeout dinners and pastie sales.
By supporting the Auxiliary, you are helping them conduct their program, helping and aiding veterans and their families and promoting Patriotism.
On Oct.7 the Auxiliary will be serving a Hot Turkey Sandwich for $9 But if you bring two non-perishable items for the local Food Bank the cost will be $8.
The dinner will include: Hot Turkey Sandwich, Mashed Potatoes/gravy, Dressing, Salad and Desert and will be served 4- 7p.m. with curbside pick-up. To order please call 614-6825 or 412-5300.
The Auxiliary will be having another Meat Loaf Dinner Nov. 4 and Pasties Nov. 20. The Auxiliary also has sewn masks for sale (adults $4) (kids $2) an collects VG receipts for their Veterans Programs. — G.G.
Drive-thru trunk or treat coming to Lake Callis
DAVISON TWP. — The Lake Callis Recreation Complex, 1152 N. Gale Rd., will host a Drive- Thru Trunk or Treat. Oct. 23 from 4-7 p.m.
People will drive into the complex from the Gale Road entrance while businesses and organizations will be there in vendor booths, 8-10 feet apart, lining the driveway and handing out treats and a promotional item.
Bags will be attached to the vehicle, depending on the number of children inside, and the vendors will drop the treats in the bags as they drive by.
People will stay in their cars and they can leave their windows up or down, depending on how safe they feel. They’ll drive up the drive, around the bend and go back out onto Gale Road.
She said there will also be a transmitter on site playing Halloween music the participants can tune in on their car radio as they drive-through.
Tickets will be sold for the Trunk or Treat at $2 per Trick-or-Treater. They will be on sale at DTParks.com.
When registering, parents will need to pick a time and indicate how many children will be in their car, she said.
Details: Call 810-214-1810 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.— G.G.