In brief

Robbery suspect sought

FLINT TWP. — Township police are circulating a blurry photo of a man sought in connection with an armed robbery on March 21 at Big John’s, 3268 Corunna Road. The suspect was described as an unknown black male approximately 5-feet, 10-inches to 6-feet tall and weighing 230- 250 pounds. He was wearing a gray zip up hoodie, and dark jeans. The subject fled in a gray sedan.

Anyone that may have information on the suspect or crime is urged to contact the Flint Township P olice Department or Detective Sabo at 810-600-3250, or Crime Stoppers: 1-800-422-JAIL. — R.S.

C-A offering after school activities

FLINT TWP. — Camp Adventure 2014, a summer program for kids 3 years old through grade 6 is one of several Community Education programs offered by Carman-Ainsworth Schools. The camp runs June 16-August 22 and will be held at Randels Elementary. Enroll or get more details at 810-591-3600 or 810-591-7238

C-A also is offering Karate for Kids, April 17 to June 5 at Carman Ainsworth High School and April 17 to June 3 at South Bendle. The evening classes are offered for different age groups. The program combines Sanchin-Ryu Karate & Self-Defense and Project Secure Child (child safety). Students will be trained with proven, age-appropriate techniques that are necessary for kids to protect themselves from attackers. Call 591-3600 to register.

A six-week Tee-Ball program for 3-4 year olds begins May 3 and ends June 13; and for 5-6 year olds from May 3 to June 14. April 25 is the deadline to register. Games will be held at the high school. An organizational l meeting will be held at 10 a.m. April 26 at the middle school.

Baseball teams for various age groups will be offered May 27 through July 12.Preregistration is required. Details: Call 591- 7238. — R.S.

Office to be razed

SWARTZ CREEK – Owners of the office building on the northwest corner of Miller and Dye roads have pulled a permit to demolish the building.

The building at 5286 Miller Road was damaged when fire erupted Oct. 25. Days later, someone broke into the structure and removed the copper pipes, causing the basement to fill with water. — L.R.

Scholarship available

SWARTZ CREEK – Swartz Creek chapter of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs is offering another $500 scholarship this year.

The scholarship will be awarded to a woman who is currently enrolled in college, who lives in the Swartz Creek Community Schools district and who has at least a 2.5 GPA.

Application forms are available at the Swartz Creek Perkins Library. Deadline to apply is Friday, June 13. — L.R.

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