Getting it right
SWARTZ CREEK — In the Oct. 7 issue, the story on the Crapo Farm Sesquicentennial Celebration had erroneous information in the cutlines.
The cutline under the photo of the grandchildren should have read “Henry Crapo’s grandchildren stand next to a wreath placed at the old silo. The wreath was placed in memory of the farm’s four owners: Henry Howland Crapo, William Wallace Crapo, Stanford T. Crapo and William (Bill) Wallace Crapo II. Also, Stan and Henry Crapo are sons of Bill Crapo; not his brothers.
Randels Craft Show at HS
FLINT TWP. — Randels Elementary announces its upcoming craft show at Carman-Ainsworth High School 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 6.
The show features approximately 100 vendors featuring homemade or handcrafted items. The show also features a bake sale, raffle and lunch available for purchase. Admission is $1 per person; seniors and kids are free.
Applications are still being accepted for vendors. All proceeds benefit the children at Randels Elementary. Details: Call Cece Roiter at 810-720-0708. — N.B.
Township trick-or-treat hours
FLINT TWP. — Flint Township has set its Halloween trick-or-treat hours from 5:30-8 p.m. Oct. 31. Details: Call the township at 810-732-1350. — N.B.
C/A announces 9th Annual Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet
FLINT TWP. — The Carman-Ainsworth Athletic Hall of Fame will induct its 9th class into the Hall of Fame Oct. 23. The banquet will take place at Holy Redeemer Family Life Center with a social hour beginning at 5:30 p.m. Dinner will be at 6:30 p.m., with the program to follow.
This year’s class includes Craig Sheerin, 1985, football and wrestling; Kate Fechik, 1980, basketball, volleyball and softball; Amy Harris, 1987, soccer and tennis; Susan Williams, 1979, basketball, volleyball and softball; Jack Magelssen, 1966, cross country, basketball and track; the 1971 Ainsworth Boys Basketball Team; 1946, 1947 and 1948 Hoover High School Softball Team; and the 1954-1955 Dye Boys Basketball Team.
Those interested in tickets can call Diana Balbaugh at 810-591-8222. Tickets are $40, and checks can be made out to: Carman- Ainsworth Athletic Hall of Fame. Checks may be mailed to Diana Balbaugh, 3375 Van Campen Dr., Flint, MI 48507. — N.B.
Flu shots available at C/A Senior Center
FLINT TWP. — Flu shots will be given to community members at the Carman-Ainsworth Senior Center Oct. 19. Individuals need to bring their health insurance cards. Details: 810-732-6290. — N.B.
Swim, gym night
FLINT TWP. — Kids ages 7-11 are invited to Carman-Ainsworth High School 6:30-9 p.m. Oct. 29 for a swim and gym night. The event features a variety of activities including swimming, basketball, kickball, board games, crafts, music, socializing and pizza. The event is just for kids; all students must be checked in and out by a parent and/or guardian.
Cost is $8 (no refunds). Attendees must register by Oct. 27. No registrations will be taken at the door, and all kids must be picked up by 9 p.m. Details or to register: Call 810- 591-3600. — N.B.
Food basket holds spaghetti supper
SWARTZ CREEK — The Swartz Creek Community Food Basket is holding a spaghetti supper to benefit their food pantry 4:30-6:30 Oct. 15 at the United Methodist Church, 7400 Miller Rd. The food pantry is supported by St. Mary’s Catholic, SC United Methodist, Messiah Lutheran, Kiwanis and other churches and civic groups in the area and serves the Swartz Creek community/ Cost for this allyou care-to-eat spaghetti supper is a free-will donation. Details: 810-635-4555. — N.B.
PAWS needs VG’s receipts
SWARTZ CREEK — PAWS Animal Rescue collects VG’s receipts, and is asking the community to send in their receipts to help the organization. Receipts can be sent to: PAWS Animal Rescue, P.O. Box 87, Swartz Creek, MI 48473. — N.B.
Mister Rogers’ Sweater Drive
GENESEE COUNTY — WCMU and the Genesee District Library (GDL) invite the community to participate in the Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Sweater Drive Oct. 9-Dec. 18 at all branches of the GDL. Community members can donate new or gently-worn sweaters to help keep a neighbor warm this winter. Details: Visit www.thegdl.org. — N.B.