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Financial Plus celebrates Saginaw branch anniversary

FLINT — It has been one year since Financial Plus celebrated the grand opening of its Saginaw branch. To celebrate a year serving members in Saginaw, a one-year anniversary will be held on Friday, June 26th at the Saginaw Branch located at 4686 Fashion Square Blvd. This fun-filled event will have games, prizes, dessert, refreshments, and more and will run from 11 a.m.–3 p.m.

“Last year at this time we were very excited to begin serving the Saginaw area. One year later, we are just as excited to celebrate the opportunity we have had to serve our Saginaw members for the past year,” said Olga Long, Senior Vice President of Financial Plus Credit Union.

The fun doesn’t stop there. There will also be a live radio remote with 102.5 WIOG to qualify the last entry in the 5 Grand in the Sand promotion sponsored by Financial Plus Credit Union. The lucky winner will have the chance to dig in the sand for 102 prizes including $2,000 cash from Financial Plus at the Haithco Park in Saginaw on June 27.

Details: Call 810-244-2507. — G.G.

‘Longest Day of PT’ event to raise funds, awareness

GRAND BLANC — Advanced Physical Therapy Center (APTC) said it will partner with University of Michigan’s PT Heart Program to host the “Longest Day of PT”. The event will take place at APTC’s Grand Blanc clinic for 24 hours, July 1 at noon to July 2 at noon.

The goal is provide awareness for the physical therapy profession and a mentorship for the students from the U of M-Flint PT Heart Program.

The Longest Day of PT event will be staffed by the students of the PT Heart Program. In exchange for the students’ participation, APTC therapists will mentor the students, and APTC will give a donation to the PT Heart clinic. In conjunction, APTC and the PT Heart program are hoping to achieve the world record for the longest day of physical therapy. Each patient who participates in the event will be given a free consultation, advice on their condition and injury prevention, recommendations, and a home exercise program. In order to participate, a patient will need to call APTCGrand Blanc to make an appointment.

The PT Heart Program stands for Physical Health Education and Rehabilitation Treatment and is a student led, pro-bono clinic located in the Catholic Charities North End Soup Kitchen.

Advanced Physical Therapy Center (APTC) is an independently owned and operated outpatient rehabilitation agency providing physical therapy, occupational therapy, certified hand therapy and sports medicine–with seven clinics located throughout Genesee, Livingston and Oakland counties.

Details: E-mail PT_ Heart@UMFlint.edu. — G.G.


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