2017-06-01

Spaghetti dinner fundraiser set for June 7



CLAYTON TOWNSHIP — The Swartz Creek Lions Club will sponsor the 3rd annual Bill and Monte Morgan Memorial Spaghetti Dinner from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 7, at American Legion Post 294, 3440 Morrish Road. Raffles. Take-out available. Proceeds go to Elms Park renovations, memorial grants for special needs students in Swartz Creek, and the Lions Club. $7 […]

Cavs competing in Div. 1 regional today



METAMORA – The Carman- Ainsworth boys’ golf team is competing in the Div. 1 regional today at Metamora Golf and Country Club and will look to hold off stiff competition that is led by the eighth-ranked Div. 1 school in the state, Traverse City West. Other teams competing include Alpena, Bay City Western, Davison, Flushing, Grand Blanc, Holt, Lansing Sexton, […]

Financial Plus Credit Union to host ‘Paws Party’



FLINT — Financial Plus Credit Union will host a “Paws Party” on Fri., June 16 from 11 a.m. –—2 p.m. The event will be held at Financial Plus Credit Union’s Main Office, located at G-3381 Van Slyke Rd. in Flint. The event aims to find animals a forever home and to raise awareness about their exclusive discount program, Benefits Plus. […]

TRACK



Norb Badar Invitational At Carman-Ainsworth Jr. High 5-30-17 BOYS 100 – 3. Jaylen Smith, 11.87 200 – 1. Marshall Brooks, 22.61, 2. Randall Broome, 23.39 1,600 – Jack Carter, 4:44.98 300 hurdles – 7. Quantrelle Brown, 48.81 400 relay – 1. Carman-Ainsworth (Arron Williams, Trent Barron, Broome, Smith) 42.90 1,600 relay – 5. Carman-Ainsworth (Barron, Williams, Malik Cager, Brooks) 3:45.23 […]

Looking for ways to stop the summer slide



For students who follow a traditional academic calendar, the summer can play one of two roles. It can be a bridge from the end of one school year to the next, or it can be a significant setback. While students from affluent families tend to see gains in their reading skills following the summer, the typical American student loses about […]

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2018 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE TRACKHAWK CLAIMS THE TITLE OF MOST POWERFUL AND QUICKEST SUV EVER

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Baker College earns honor for Running Start



FLINT TWP. — Baker College is one of the first Michigan higher education institutions — and one of only 105 nationwide — that has earned national accreditation for its concurrent enrollment program for high school students. Baker College concurrent enrollment courses are available through the college’s Running Start initiative. It offers state-sanctioned programs that allow high school students to earn […]

2017-06-01 E-Edition

GISD superintendent receives Friends of School Nursing Award



GENESEE COUNTY — Genesee Intermediate School District Superintendent Dr. Lisa Hagel was recognized at the Michigan Association of School Nurses (MASN) Annual Conference for making a statewide contribution that impacts the health and education of Michigan school children. Hagel’s nomination and approval for this award was unanimous by the MASN Board of Directors. Evilia Jankowski, Coordinator of School Health Services […]

In brief



Outreach East to hold event this weekend RICHFIELD TWP. — The biggest fundraiser of the year for Outreach East in Davison is the Thunder for Hunger Poker Run and Rock Out Hunger Party. A $10 per person donation for the Poker Run includes admission to the Rock Out Hunger party and a chance to win cash prizes. Registration for the […]