2016-08-11

Piling up



Perhaps pick-ups are not keeping pace with drop-offs or the hotter-than-usual Dog Days of summer have increased thirst and water usage. The end result is an overflow of water bottle returns at a recycling bin in the Sam’s Club parking lot on Corunna Road and the beginnings of an eyesore. This recycling bin was placed in the lot a couple […]

Carman-Ainsworth announces 2016 Hall of Fame Banquet



FLINT TWP. – Carman- Ainsworth High will induct its newest class of sports stars into the Carman-Ainsworth Hall of Fame in October. The banquet will take place on Saturday, Oct. 22 at Holy Redeemer Family Life Center, 1227 East Bristol Road, Burton, MI 48529. Social hour will run from 4:30-5:30 p.m. with dinner starting at 5:30. The Hall of Fame […]

CHEESEBURGER IN CASEVILLE

2016 EVENT HIGHLIGHT SCHEDULE

See www.casevillechamber.com for complete schedule FRIDAY • AUGUST 12TH10am Beautiful Baby Contest Starts – Runs through Saturday, August 16th KeepsakesNoon-5pm Craft Show Caseville School1pm Annual Cheeseburger Kick-Off – The Big Hole Golf Tournament Scenic Golf Course3-6pm Matt Wahl – Fun Loving Acoustic Performer Sponsored by Eventheat Kiln Memorial/City Park4pm Kiwanis Best Cheeseburger Contest Chamber of Commerce7:30-10:30pm Jim Asbell & The […]

In brief



Therapy dog training classes offered GOODRICH — Mid-Michigan therapy dogs will host training classes at the Goodrich United Methodist Church starting Aug. 30 at 7 p.m. Dogs can be any size or breed, of good temperament, well socialized and have basic obedience skills. Dogs will be tested for the Canine Good Citizen Certification. For more information visit www.midmichigantherapydogs.com or call […]

Back to the Bricks kicks off Tuesday




Editor’s Note: View Newspaper Group is proud to be a Media Platinum Sponsor of Back to the Bricks and the official publisher of the Back to the Bricks event guide which can be found in today’s paper. Check out the Event Guide for a full schedule and much, much more. Happy cruisin’! FLINT — Back to the Bricks founder Al […]

Tee off at Golf Classic to help C-A students



GENESEE COUNTY — Carman Cougars Charities Corp. (CCCC) third annual Golf Classic will be held Friday August 19 at The Jewel of Grand Blanc course, 5270 Perry Rd, Grand Blanc. Registration begins at 9 a.m. with a 10 a.m. shotgun start, CCCC is a nonprofit organized in 2014 by alumni of the former Carman High School to improve the educational […]

HAP Shows Support for growing ‘Ride to Groceries’ service in Genesee County



GENESEE COUNTY — This week, the Mass Transportation Authority will be expanding the “Ride to Groceries” service throughout Genesee County with the addition of nine specially equipped propane vehicles. The vehicles’ specialty wraps, which were purchased by Health Alliance Plan (HAP), are on the propane vehicles that will be assigned to Your Ride service centers to transport passengers in various […]

Free family fun during the cruise



During the ROLLING CRUISE First Baptist Church of Grand Blanc 6106 S Saginaw Rd., invites local families to bring a chair and enjoy watching the Back to the Bricks rolling cruise from our lawn along Saginaw Street! Wednesday and Aug. 17-18 join them for fun family activities and games with prizes, including mini car races, as well as convenient parking, […]

In brief



Pink Palooza Pre-Party GRAND BLANC – Hurley Medical Center & Financial Plus Credit Union will sponsor Pink Night Palooza Pre-Party, Aug. 11 from 5-9 p.m. at Brick Street Bar & Grill, 1223 E Grand Blanc Rd. Tickets $25 (at the door or at www.pinknightpalooza.com) Walk-ins welcome! Funds raised benefit Hurley’s Breast Navigation program. The program helps to provide support and […]

MCC receives grant from Kellogg Foundation



FLINT — Mott Community College’s (MCC) Workforce Development Division will expand training and educational opportunities to ensure youth aged 16-24 have access to education that leads to immediate and long-term employment opportunities, including employment in both relief and rebuilding efforts related to the water and lead crisis in the city. The expansion of work and career education pathways is being […]