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Famous psychic to do local readings

GENESEE COUNTY — Maria Shaw Lawson, whose weekly horoscope column is read by millions, will offer insight for the New Year, bringing two psychic fairs to the area Jan. 4-5.

Learn the good, the bad and the ugly for the year ahead. Which zodiac signs will make more money? Who will find true love? Which sign has the most problems in 2013? Lawson can also share gossip and predictions on your favorite Hollywood celebs for newspaper interviews.

Lawson is seen and heard on national radio and TV stations nationwide, and has become America’s favorite astrologer, with interviews already set way into 2013 across the U.S. Her previous predictions have amazed listening audiences everywhere with her acute accuracy.

She hosts “Maria Shaw’s Psychic Fair” in Flushing, Jan. 4 and in Lapeer on Jan. 5. Lawson will bring her New Year’s predictions and Flushing Psychic Fair to Downtown Design, 108 E. Main St., Flushing (Details: Call 810-867-4255), on Jan. 4 from 5-9 p.m.

Lawson will host her Lapeer Psychic Fair Jan. 5 from 11a.m.-5pm at the Lapeer Center Building, 425 County Center St., Lapeer, with a Mini-lecture on Lawson’s 2013 predictions at noon.

Admission is $5 and readings are $10. Each from a variety of psychics for both fairs.

To learn more about Lawson, visit her website at www.mariashaw.com.— G.G.

Loeb Trust lends support to Foundation for MCC

FLINT — The Foundation for Mott Community College is announcing its gratitude to the Stella & Frederick Loeb Charitable Trust for its ongoing support. This year, the Loeb Trust gave generously to the Mott, Motown & More Lip Sync show and the Ballenger Eminent Persons Lecture Series.

The Loeb Trust donated $2,500 and $500, respectively, to the two MCC programs which continue to gain broad community support and attention.

The Ballenger Lecture Series this year featured ABC television’s Shark Tank star Daymond John for a keynote address on entrepreneurship. John also is the creator of the FUBU clothing line.

The Ballenger Lecture Series was created in 1955 through a generous gift by the Ballenger Trust to enhance educational opportunities for students at MCC as well as create a public discussion of issues facing the greater Flint community.

Details: Call 810-762-0425. — G.G.


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