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SBDC offering “Starting a Business Online” in Sept.

FLINT — A one hour online version of “Starting a Business” seminar will be offered starting in September by the I-69 Trade Corridor/Thumb Region of The Michigan Small Business Development Center (MI-SBDC).

“Starting a Business” is designed for individuals who are considering self-employment, or who may be at the beginning stages of starting a business. This introductory seminar covers the process of starting and operating a business, evaluating market potential for products/services, costs and financing options, plus business planning.

There is no fee for the “Starting a Business” seminars offered by the I-69 Trade Corridor/Thumb Region of MI-SBDC, either online or classroom, however, advance and separate registration for each individual is required. Training calendar and registration are available online at www.SBDCMichigan.org/training. To search for training, set the date range to 30, 60, 90 120 days or one year, then select topic, “Starting a business”.

For online sessions, scroll through the search results to find “Starting a Business ONLINE I-69 Trade Corridor/Thumb Region”.

Details: Call 810-762-9660. — G.G.

It’s a CornFest Celebration at Davison Farmers Market

DAVISON TWP. — On Aug. 29, from noon – 2 p.m., the Davison Farmers Market located on East Court and Irish, will hold a CornFest Celebration. There will be a corn-shucking contest, with the winner receiving a first place trophy and bragging rights for the year, a corn-sack race for kids, as well as other great Corn loving events.

The Davison Farmers Market is open year-round from 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Tuesdays are Senior Appreciation Day, with special discounts for all seniors at the market! The Davison Farmers Market is located just off I-69, at the Irish Road Exit.

Details: Visit: Davisonfarmersmarket.com. — G.G.

Health dept. recommends adult immunizations

GENESEE COUNTY — There are many things that adults may want to pass on to their loved ones. Perhaps a family tradition, a grandmother’s handmade quilt, or a favorite recipe — but no one wants to pass on a serious illness. Every year, adults in the United States become sick, are hospitalized, and some die from diseases that could be prevented from vaccination.

Adults know that children need vaccines. But many adults are unaware that they themselves need vaccines to help prevent disease. All adults should receive one dose of Tdap vaccine to help prevent tetanus and whooping cough, and should also be vaccinated against influenza each year.

Details: Call 810-257-3612 or visit www.gchd.us. — G.G.


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