Class of 2001 planning reunion
DAVISON — The 10-year reunion plans for Davison High School’s Class of 2001 are underway and the committee is in need of help contacting alumni. They are requesting updated physicial and e-mail addresses from everyone so invitations go out without a hitch. There is also a Facebook request out in hope of spreading the word, which has worked pretty good so far. They are asking each alum to e-mail information to Davison2001@gmail.com and for married women to include both maiden and married names.
They are also encouraging all of those on Facebook to “like” the page: DHS Class of 2001. They are using the page to reconnect with old friends, share in accomplishments, promote small businesses run by alum, and more.
The 10 year celebration will take place over the DHS Homecoming Weekend, Oct. 1. — G.G. New World enlightenment is the focus of seminar
FLINT TWP. — Award winning British author/actor/playwright John Maxwell Taylor likes to turn everyday encounters amidst the stress and tension of modern life into opportunities to tap into levels of personal strength and self confidence.
On July 10 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. at Flint’s Life Enrichment Center, 2512 S. Dye Rd., Taylor will draw on a variety of sources ranging from martial arts principles, Buddhist mindfulness practices, his training as an actor and inspiration from Jedi behavior in Star Wars to show local residents how to find strength within themselves in difficult situations. Details: 760-736-7852 or www.johnmaxwelltaylor.com. The suggested donation is $20. All are welcome. A second event — Healing with the Tao workshop — will be held July 11 from 7-9 p.m. at the same location. — G.G. Catholic heart workcamp
DAVISON — Teens from all over the country are participating in the weeklong Catholic HEART Workcamp in Davison from July 17-21. The teens will be housed and sleeping on the floor of St. John the Evangelist Family Center.
Their week of service reaches out to help those in need. They will work on projects such as painting, general home repairs, cleaning, landscaping, and interacting with children at local daycare centers in low-income communities. They will also be involved in food distribution, homeless shelters, and outreach centers.
The HEART Workcamp started 18 years ago in Florida with 100 campers under the direction of Steve and Lisa Walker. Since 1993, the program has grown to include more than 10,000 campers in 42 cities across the country including Jamaica and Mexico.
The goal of Heart Workcamp is two-fold. It gives teens a chance to serve and give back to the community and also an opportunity to live out their faith.
Some local social agencies in partnership with the HEART Workcamp are: Genesee County Food Ban, Habitat for Humanity, North End Soup Kitchen, St. Luke Outreach Center in Flint, Michigan Christian Youth Camp & Retreat Center, Seven Ponds Nature Center, Imlay City Summer Migrant Education Program, Toys for Tots, St. Michael in Flint, Our Lady of Guadalupe in Flint, Blessed Sacrament in Burton, St. Luke in Flint, Carriage Town Ministries, Salem Housing Project, Outreach East, St. John Christian Service, Christ the King in Flint and the Boy Scouts
Details: 810-652-0304 ext. 272, or email@example.com.— G.G.