Hall of Fame Banquet
FLINT TWP. — The Carman-Ainsworth 9th annual Hall of Fame Banquet will induct its 9th Class into the Hall on Saturday, Oct. 23. The banquet will take place at the Holy Redeemer Family Life Center with social hour at 5:30 p.m. and dinner at 6:30 p.m. The induction ceremony follows dinner.
This year’s Class includes Craig Sheerin (1985) football and wrestling; Kate Fechik (1980) basketball, volleyball, softball; Amy Harris (1987) soccer and tennis; Susan Willliams (1979) basketball, volleyball, softball; Jack Magelssen (1966) cross country, basketball, track; 1971 Ainsworth boys’ basketball team; 1946, 1947, 1948 Hoover High softball team; 1954-55 Dye boys’ basketball team.
To get tickets call Diana Balbaugh at 810-591-8222. Cost is $40 with checks made payable to: Carman-Ainsworth Athletic Hall of Fame. Checks can be mailed to Diana Balbaugh at 3375 Van Campen Dr., Flint, 48507.— L.P.
Engarde! Learn to fence locally
FLINT — THe YMCA downtown is now offering beginner fencing classes starting Oct. 4 at 7:30 p.m. Learn the basics of foil fencing, footwork, attacks, parr y, and riposte. The Y will furnish equipment with instruction provided by the Genesee Fencing Club. Class size is limited and preregistration
is advised. Details: gfcfencing@
sbcglobal.net. — L.P.
Michigan Warriors season tickets on sale
FLINT — The Michigan Warriors, the new NAHL Jr. team at Perani Arena is offering season ticket packages for all 27 home games. Tickets are $7 and includes $2 in Arena Bucks redeemable for concessions and merchandise at each game. The Warriors’ first home game is Friday, Sept. 24 against the Springfield Jr. Blues. Season tickets can be purchased at 810- 744-0580 or at the Perani Arena Box Office during business hours. — L.P
Waza Football Club hosts clinic
GRAND BLANC — The Waza Football Club that took over where Genesee Stars left off has open registration for a youth clinic that runs Saturdays through Oct. 9. In its second year, the clinic takes place on Field 2A at the Rick Hartker complex. It’s open to kids ages 3-10 with beginner to intermediate experience. Details: Angela Fontair at 1-248-202-4693. — L.P
Free evening of croquet
AREAWIDE — The Swartz Creek Area Chamber of Commerce, along with the Swartz Creek Kiwanis, hosts a free evening of croquet 6-8 p.m. Sept. 22 at the clubhouse at the Genesee Valley Meadows golf course, 5499 Miller Rd.
The chamber will have sandwiches and light items to snack on for reasonable prices, and individuals should come early. Attendees will discover the modern sport of six-wicket croquet, playing on speciallybuilt courts and using precision equipment to play the addictive game of skill and strategy. The free event is open to the public. Details or questions: Contact the Swartz Creek Area Chamber of Commerce
at email@example.com or visit
www.swartzcreekchamber.org. — N.B.
Ice Skating Competition
BURTON — The Ice Mountain Figure Skating Club will be hosting its fourth Annual Michigan Basic Skills Series Competition on Saturday, Sept. 25 from 8 a.m.-3 p.m .at the Ice Mountain Arena Complex in Burton, Michigan. Admission is free. Over 120 entries from The State of Michigan and Ohio will compete from beginner levels to Preliminary advanced levels. This years event will include, elements, free skate, spins, jumps, dance, interpretative, showcase, and compulsory team divisions. — B.B.
FLINT TOWNSHIP — Varsity coaches are reminded that all scores must reach us by 9 a.m. Wednesdays to make the Thursday paper. Scores can be reported 24/7 to 810-452-2626, FAX to 810-667-6309 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. — L.P.
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If you have a stor y idea on a college athlete, current coach or volunteer relating to sports, we’d like to hear from you also. All stor y ideas are considered at the discretion of the editors. — L.P.
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