Beecher Class of 1963 holding reunion
FLUSHING — The Beecher High Schools Class of 1963 will hold its 55th class reunion, Sept. 8. At the Flushing Masonic Temple, 349 S. Seymour Rd. at 6 p.m. All Beecher Bucks from the classes of the 1960s are invited. Guests should bring their own beverages and snacks to share, all setups are provided.
Music from the 1960s will be provided. It will be a trip down memory lane, with a video presentation to aid in that trip.
Bring school photos to aid in the reminiscing. Cost is $15 at the door. No reservations. — G.G.
Fall Craft Show at New Creation Church of God
FLINT TWP. — The New Creation Church of God, G-3472 Lennon Rd., scholarship committee will have a Fall Craft Show on Sept. 15 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Shoppers and vendors are needed.
Crafts, retail (jewelry, purses, makeup, etc.), baked goods, books, arts and services. Table rental is $20 per table. Details: Call 810-732-0500. Register by Sept. 10. — G.G.
Township Shred Day is coming Sept. 15
FLINT TWP. — The township’s Shred Day will take place Sept. 15 at the township offices, 1490 S. Dye Rd. Residents are limited to two boxes of documents per vehicle. Loose paper only, no books or binders. Also, no pill bottles. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. — G.G.
Townhall meeting scheduled Sept. 12
FLINT TWP. — The public is invited to participate in a Town Hall Meeting in partnership with Bridge Magazine on Sept. 12 at 6 p.m. Flint Township has volunteered to convene a group of up to 100 people for a 45 to 60 minute discussion entitled A Great Place to Live. Participants will be provided with an opportunity to discuss their perspective on the quality of life in Michigan: How would you rate your quality of life right now? What changes could make it better? What should the priorities to improve the quality of life for Michiganders of representatives elected in 2018?
This event is part of Bridge Magazine’s Michigan Truth Tour, a statewide roadshow attempting to ground the upcoming state election in fact and discussion of the state’s most important issues. Flint Township is one of more than 100 communities the Michigan Truth Squad is visiting ensuring that all residents have equal access to reliable information they can use to prepare to vote.
Details: Visit www.thecenterformichigan.net. — G.G.