2013-10-03

Covieo, Adams join Yeo & Yeo



SAGINAW — Yeo & Yeo Computer Consulting welcomes Eric Adams and Dan Covieo to the Systems Group. A graduate of Central Michigan University, Adams has earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology and has an Associate’s Degree in Industrial Electricity / Electronics Technology. Adams has been hired as Network Technician with areas of expertise including Networking: WAN/LAN, Routers […]

New president elected at McLaren Auxiliary



FLINT — Kathryn Carrithers was re-elected recently to a second term as the president of the McLaren Flint Auxiliary. Carrithers joined the auxiliary in March 2004, and has accumulated in excess of 3,500 volunteer hours since becoming an auxiliary/volunteer. She has volunteered in the hospital gift shop and participated in several special assignments. McLaren’s Auxiliary is comprised of 300 plus […]

Karate for Kids




FLINT TWP. — Self-defense classes for children and their families are offered at Carman-Ainsworth High School and other area locations. Enrollment is ongoing. The program combines two crucial courses called Sanchin-Ryu Karate & Self- Defense and Project Secure Child (child safety). “Students will be trained with proven, age-appropriate techniques that are necessary for kids to protect themselves from attackers,’’ according […]

In brief



Genealogical program planned for Oct. 5 LAPEER — The Lapeer County Genealogical Society and Derek S. Davey are pleased to announce The Second Annual Genealogy Workshop, Oct. 5, from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. The workshop will be held at the First Presbyterian Church, 433 Calhoun St., Lapeer. This will be the second year that Davey has presented classes in Lapeer. Davey’s […]

Flint Assembly legacy lives on in new heavy-duty trucks

Employment experts say economic impact of GM in Flint tops $1.6 billion

FLINT TWP. — More than 13 million vehicles – 9 million trucks and 4 million cars – have rolled off the assembly line since General Motors’ Flint Assembly plant opened in 1947. The first 300 Chevrolet Corvettes were built here. GM’s 50 millionth car – a gold Chevrolet Bel Air – was assembled here. Last Thursday, GM and UAW officials […]

Mott Foundation hires two program officers



FLINT — Kari Marie Pardoe and Christopher Jay Stallworth have joined the staff of the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. The new associate program officers will work for the Pathways Out of Poverty and Flint Area grantmaking teams, respectively. “Each of these new program officers brings a unique set of skills that will enhance and expand the Foundation’s grantmaking expertise,” said […]

Natural beauty



Hot Tickets



Concerts coming up at The Machine Shop FLINT — The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Hwy., Flint, will present Smile Empty Soul, with special guests RA, Parabelle, Acidic and Serosia, Oct. 4. Tickets are $12 in advance. The Howling Diablos with special guests Awesome Jarvis and the Whales and Red Stone Souls will perform Oct. 5. This is a low […]

Carman-Ainsworth supports Common Core standards




FLINT TWP. — Since 2010, Michigan public school educators have been preparing to switch from Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) as a measure of student progress to Common Core State Standards (CCSS), due to be fully implemented by the 2014-15 school year. But political changes in Lansing are threatening to derail the plan and has prompted the C-A School Board to […]

Malik ‘Seales’ win over Flushing




FLUSHING — Carman-Ainsworth was a pretty good football team without Malik Seales. The Cavaliers are going to be a lot better with him. The senior running back came off an injury to play his first game of the season last Friday and scored three touchdowns in Carman- Ainsworth’s 44-0 win at Flushing. Seales rushed for 148 yards on just eight […]


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