In brief

VFW Auxiliary holding spaghetti dinner

DAVISON TWP. — The Davison Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary will hold an “All You Can Eat” Spaghetti Dinner on Feb. 3, from 4-7 p.m.

Indoor Dining and takeout available. The cost is $8, 8 years and under free. Meal includes: Spaghetti, Toss Salad. Garlic Toast, Desert, and drinks.

PPE Guidelines will be used. The Post is located at 8031 Court St. To order or for more information, call, 810-614-6825 or 810-412-5300.

The auxiliary would like to thank the community for their past support in the past months and during the COVID-19 Virus. — G.G.

Davison Farmers Market Winter Craft Show

DAVISON TWP. — Chase the winter blues away by attending one of the Davison Farmers Market’s Craft Shows Jan. 30, from open to close. Local artisans will be offering the best in their custom, handmade, one of a kind home décor and unique treasures.

While strolling the crafters tables, check out our regular vendors booths for the freshest in meats, produce, eggs, fruits, snacks and bakery items.

Davison Farmers Market continues following CDC Guidelines by wearing masks and practicing social distancing. They ask visitors to respectfully do the same. Hand washing stations are still setup throughout the market for your convenience. Just a few things Davison Farmers Market has done to ensure the safety of its vendors and customers.

The Davison Farmers Market is located just off I-69, at the corner of Irish Road and East Court in Davison. Open 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Details: Visit or like them on Facebook. — G.G.

City council approves liquor license for new restaurant

BURTON — The City Council approved a request Jan. 21 for a liquor license at Brothers Brunch House, Inc., a new restaurant coming to the old Brian’s Family Restaurant, 4145 Davison Rd. The approval will go to the Michigan Liquor Control Commission now for its approval. — G.G.

Burge appointed to parks and recreation

BURTON — The Burton City Council voted 6-1 on Jan. 21 to approve the appointment of resident Kevin Burge to the Burton Parks and Recreation Commission as the Bentley Community Schools representative. His term will expire in January 2024. Councilwoman Tina Conley was the only vote against Burge’s appointment. — G.G.

Project Heats On still has money

BURTON — Project Heats On helped provide five furnaces for residents who were in need back in October. City Councilman Vaughn Smith said Burton residents who own their homes, are experiencing financial difficulties and have no heat can still reach out for help.

He said there is about $9,000 left in the fund to help local homeowners in need with a new furnace, provided they are experiencing financial hardship.

For details, contact call Curt LaLonde at Goyette Mechanical, 810-742-8530 or Smith at 810-516- 9614. — G.G.

Kiwanis holding virtual race

BURTON — The Burton Kiwanis Hot Fudge Run/Walk is a 5k virtual event being held at Bentley Jr./Sr. High School, 1150 N. Belsay Rd., that allows the participant to complete the race anywhere, inside or outside. Your race needs to be complete between Feb. 20-26.

Athlinks will send an email to the participant allowing you to enter your virtual results online.

Participants will receive a custom Hot Fudge logo medal; race number and the first 100 entrants will receive hand warmers.

The Kiwanis Club is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to change the world one child and one community at a time. Proceeds from the Burton Kiwanis Hot Fudge 5K Run & Walk will be used locally for scholarships and grants.

Tickets: Visit G.G.