In brief

Interfaith Seder planned March 26

FLINT TWP. — If you are interested in what a Jewish Passover Seder is, then come and find out at thids year’s Interfaith Seder held at Temple Beth El, 5150 Calkins Rd., in Flint Township, on March 26 at 7 p.m.

A full meal will not be included with this seder, just delicious macaroons and traditional ritual foods associated with the seder itself will be provided.

The cost is $6 per person. Please make your check out to Temple Beth El, and send it to Temple Beth El, 5150 Calkins Rd., Flint MI 48532.

Details: Call 810-720-9494. — G.G.

Wizard of Oz performances next week

FLINT TWP.— ”The Wizard of Oz’’ will be presented at Carman-Ainsworth High School March 21-24 in the auditorium. Show times are 7 p.m. Wed. – Sat. and 3 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets are $8 and can be purchased at the door or in advance on For discounted multiple purchases or more information call 810- 591-5476. —R.S.

Church hosting Easter concert

FLINT TWP.— ”A Night of Worship,’’ an Easter musical concert will be presented at Central Church of the Nazarene, 1261 W. Bristol Rd., Flint on Sunday, March 18 at 6 p.m. The concert of praise and worship songs features the Concert Choir & Orchestra with Brian Amer, guest soloist. The public is invited. No tickets are needed but a free-will offering will be taken. For more information contact the church at 810-235-5671, or —R.S.

WFBA meets next week in new location

FLINT TWP. — The West Flint Business Association will hold its monthly meeting on March 21 at Valley Coney Island, 5009 Miller Road, at the southwest corner of Linden Road. The meeting begins at noon and ends about 1:15 p.m.

This month’s guest speaker will be Keith Kirby, president of CURBCO, who will talk about his company’s work in taking care of streets, parking lots, landscaping and more in the community. Flint Township supervisor Karyn Miller also will provide a brief update on community developments.— R.S.

CAHS well-represented at poetry competition

FLINT TWP. — Carman-Ainsworth High School extends congratulations to sophomore Erick Van Duyne on his strong performance at the Poetry Out Loud State competition at Saginaw Valley State University last weekend. Eric was among 36 high school students from across the state competing for the title of Michigan Poetry Out Loud Champion and were judged on forensic experience, articulation, emphasis and delivery. The winner of the two-day competition received $200 and a paid trip to national competition in Washington D.C. in May. The event is hosted by the Michigan Humanities Council and Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs. — R.S.

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