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2016-09-04 / Calendar

CALENDAR

UPCOMING EVENTS

Sundays
2nd Annual Pounding Pavement for
Paradise 5k fun run and dog walk
at Southern Links Trail way in downtown Columbiaville on Sunday, Sept.
11. Registration opens at 7 a.m.,
timed 5k run 8 a.m. and dog run/
walk begins at 9 a.m. Cost $30 per
participant day of the event $35
without a shirt. Fundraiser for the
Paradise Animal Rescue. Register
online at www.parpets.org.
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Pancake Breakfast with the
Firefighters at Elba Township Hall
4717 Lippincott Rd., Elba on
Sunday, Sept. 11 from 8 a.m. to
noon. All you can eat pancakes,
eggs any style, sausage, milk,
punch or coffee. Adults $5, kids
5-12 $3, and under 5 free. For more
information, contact 810-664-2332.
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Ride to Shine Poker Run begins at
Paradise Animal Rescue 2266 N.
Lapeer Rd., Lapeer Registration
starts 11 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 18.
Finish at Berville Hotel Bar & Grill
498 North Ave., Berlin Township.
Last bike in at 5 p.m. $20 per bike,
$10 per passenger, you can also
drive. 50/50 raffle, door prizes,
first and second place prizes. All
proceeds go to the Shelby Fazio
’13 Memorial Endowed Scholarship
Fund. For more information, visit
Facebook at facebook.com/shineonforshelby or contact Brian 248-670-
2495.
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North Branch Country Fest on the
grounds of SS. Peter & Paul 6645
Washington St., North Branch
on Sunday, Sept. 18 from 11:30
a.m. to 6 p.m. Chicken and pork
dinner with all the fixins’ fro $10
adults, seniors $8, and kids 5-12
$5. Raffle, country store, clowns
face painting, petting zoo, dunk
tank, children games, concessions.
Everyone is welcome at an old fashioned family festival. For more information, contact 810-688-3797.

Mondays
7th Annual Mighty Mac in Marathon
Labor Day Community Walk
at Southern Links Trailway in
Columbiaville and ending at Otter
Lake Trailhead on Monday, Sept. 5
at 9 a.m. No registration, just come
walk, return trip provided. Enjoy
5 miles of beautiful countryside.
Pancake breakfast from 8-10 a.m.
Fudge contest, free to register.

Tuesdays
The Lapeer Art Association presents
“Re-Imagined, Art of the Recycled
and the Imaginary” in August
through Sept. 17 at Gallery 194,
194 W. Nepessing, Lapeer. Tuesday
thru Saturday, noon to 6 pm. For
more information, call 810-667-
3632 or visit the website at lapeerart.org.

Wednesdays
Cover Crop Field Day 2016 Plot Tour
at the corner of Stilson Rd. and
Kilgore, dinner and presentations at
Cliff and Blake Gordon Farm 4875
Brown Rd., Croswell on Wednesday,
Sept. 14 from 5-8 p.m. Plot tour,
discussion and presentations about
the benefits of cover crops. Dinner
catered by Country Smoke House.
Approved MAEAP Phase 1 event.
RUP Credits and CCA education
credits. For more information, contact Sanilac Conservation District
website sanilaccd.org or call 810-
648-2998.
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Heartprints Education Programs at
Lapeer County Medical Care Facility
1455 Suncrest Dr., Lapeer starting
every now through Sept. 28 from
4-6 p.m. Those who love someone
with Alzheimer’s or dementia will
learn what is masking, emotional
rollercoaster, family dynamics and
effective communication and much
more. Program is free, space is

limited. To register call Kris Stricker
810-644-8571 ext. 129 or Kathryn
Bell 810-358-7802.

Thursdays
22nd Annual Indoor-Outdoor “Junque’
& Treasures Sale” at Our Lady of
Mt. Carmel Catholic Church 10828
Brandon Rd., Emmett on Thursday,
Sept 15 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
through Saturday, Sept. 17 from
9 a.m. to noon. $2 bag sale on
Saturday. Something for everyone.
Lunches, bake sale, and farmers
market. Donations drop off Saturday
Sept. 10 to Tuesday, Sept. 13 for
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sponsored by The
D of I and Knights of Columbus. For
more information, call Darlene 810-
384-1786.
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Heartprints Eucational Program for
Alzheimer’s and Dementia will meet
at The First Presbyterian Church of
Lapeer 433 N Calhoun St, Lapeer
on Thursday evening starting Sept.
29 from 6-8 p.m. running for 4
weeks until Oct. 20. Heatprints will
inform and educate participants
regarding an overview of Alzheimer’s
and dementia, the emotional roller
coaster, effective communication
and family dynamics plus much
more. It is for anyone caring for
or helping with a loved one with
dementia and will provide 8 hours of
education and support from others
who are “walking in your shoes”.
Register today as space is limited,
Call Cathy Bell 810- 358-7802.

Fridays
Diabetes Personal Action Toward
Health (PATH) Workshop at the
Lapeer District Library 21 W.
Nepessing St., Lapeer on Fridays
through September from 1:30-4
p.m. PATH is designed to benefit adults with chronic or ongoing
health conditions including arthritis,
heart disease, diabetes, emphysema, asthma, bronchitis, and depression. Family members, friends, and
caregivers are also encouraged to
attend. Diabetes-PATH is for people
who are living with Type 2 diabetes.
This free workshops are sponsored
by the National Kidney Foundation of
Michigan. Visit the website at nkfm.
org or call, 810-232-0522 for more
information.
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PokeMainStreet GO in Downtown
Davison on Friday, Sept. 9 from

9-11pm and Saturday, Sept. 10
from 12-4 p.m. Friday after car
cruise and Saturday enjoy sidewalk
sales, Pokémon Trading Card area,
contests, COSPLAY, hatch walk,
music, activities and vendors. Visit
the website www.DavisonDDA.org.
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Cinderella’s Closet at St. Paul
Lutheran Church 90 Millville Rd.,
Lapeer on Friday, Sept. 16 from 2-6
p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 17 from
9 a.m. to noon. Lots of dresses to
choose from for Prom, Homecoming
or bridal. Huge selection of gently
worn formal dresses at unbeatable
prices. Try them on before you buy.
For more information or to donate,
contact 810-664-6653.
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Weekend in the Country Vintage &
Makers Market at the Karl Richter
Center 920 Baird St., Holly on
Friday, Sept. 23 from 6-9 p.m. and
Saturday, Sept. 24 from 10 a.m. to
6 p.m. All inside market, features
120 of the very best makers, vintage purveyors and artisans. Friday
$10 priority shopping, Saturday’s
admission included. Saturday: $6
general admission, 12 and under
free. Free parking and a shuttle
service available Saturday from the
Holly High School 6161 E. Holly Rd.
For more information, visit the website at www.WeekendintheCountry.
com.
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Annual Auction Dinner at Lapeer
Country Club 3786 Hunt Rd., Lapeer
on Friday, Sept. 30 preview 5:30
p.m., dinner at 6:30 p.m. Silent
auction, live auction, table sponsorships. Individual tickets $50 each,
not available at the door. Proceeds
to benefit Habitat for Humanity of
Lapeer County. Reserve your tickets
now. For further information, call
Habitat 810-664-7111.
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Habitat 14th Annual Auction Dinner
at Lapeer Country Club 3786 Hunt
Rd., Lapeer on Friday, Sept. 30 preview at 5:30 p.m. Dinner at 6:30
p.m. Silent and live auction, Tickets
available at the Habitat ReStore,
cost $50 per ticket. For more information, contact 810-660-7823.
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Feed My Starving Children Mobile
Pack Event Richfield Church of the
Nazarene 7524 E. Mt. Morris Rd.,
Otisville on Friday, Oct. 14 and
Saturday, Oct. 15 starting at 9 a.m.

Feed Globally, 750 total volunteers
are needed for this two-day event to
sort food for starving children in 70
countries. Bring the whole family to
this incredible 150,000 meal packing event. Labeling tables are wheelchair accessible. Funds have already
been gathered from the Church and
the generous surrounding community. 2 hours of your time, your hands,
and your willingness to help the less
fortunate children of the world. This
is a fun and satisfying event that
you will talk about for years. Come
and experience the joy that giving
can make in your life. Register at
www.richfieldnaz.com or call 810-
728-6645.
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72nd Annual Greater Detroit Gem,
Mineral & Fossil Show at Macomb
Community College South Campus
and Expo Center, 14500 E. 12
Mile Rd., Warren on Friday, Oct.
14 through Sunday, Oct. 16 from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Michigan
Mineralogical Society (MMS) in affiliation with Cranbrook Institute of
Science presents the family friendly
event for everyone from beginners to
the experienced collectors. For children there are photo opportunities
with the dinosaur Teratophoneus
and a grab bag where rocks and
minerals are free. This is a great
group trip and will help scouts earn
badges. Cost $8 for adults; children 5-12 $4; uniformed Scouts
$3; seniors $5. Parking is free.
For more information, contact the
Michigan Mineralogical Society
Organization’s website www.michmin.org or call 248-224-0752.

Saturdays
Chicken & Mostaccioli Dinner at
Knights of Columbus Imlay City
1405 N. Van Dyke Rd., Imlay City
on Saturday, Sept. 10 from 4:30-
8:30 p.m. Adults $10, children 10
and under $6, 5 under free. Dinner
will include coleslaw, beans, corn
on the cob, roll and coffee and juice
provide. Cash bar. For more information, call 810-724-8563.
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Stash sale, Swap meet & Craft Show
with Capac Quilters in Training at
St. John’s Lutheran Church Parish
Hall, 109 E. Kempf Court, Capac on
Saturday, Sept. 10 from 10 a.m. till
3 p.m. For an application, questions

or directions email susanalong456@
gmail.com or call 609-827-0879.
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Fall Mum Sale at Lapeer Auto & Truck
Plaza 1640 N Lapeer Rd, Lapeer on
Saturday, Sept. 17 from 8 a.m. to 3
p.m. Different colors and sizes will
be available. Proceed to support
the Lapeer Area Horticulture Society.
For more information, call 586-484-
8719.
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Living Proof Live Simulcast at Trinity
Lutheran Church, 706 W. Flint St.,
Davison on Saturday, Sept. 17.
LifeWay Christian Resources is slated to bring well-known Bible teacher
and best-selling author Beth Moore.
The Living Proof Live Simulcast
kicks off at 10:15 a.m. to 5:15
p.m. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. Cost
is $28.00 per person and covers
one full day of music and worship;
sessions led by Beth Moore; and
opportunities for fellowship with
other women from the mid-Michigan
area. Light morning refreshments,
box lunch from Bear Soup Deli, and
afternoon snacks are also included.
No childcare is provided. The event
both challenges and encourages
women to grow deeply in their faith.
Join 250,000 women around the
world for this live, global, Internet
streaming event. The simulcast
gives you a front-row seat to one-ofa kind Bible teaching and life-changing worship. Dove-award winning
musical artist Travis Cottrell is
slated to lead worship for the event.
Living Proof Live is for people of all
ages, races, and denominations.
For more information, or to register,
visit: www.TrinityDavison.org or call
the church office at 810-658-3000.
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2nd Annual Lapeer County MS Walk
and Run at Lamb Steel Park 333
E. Third St., Imlay City on Saturday,
Sept. 17 at 10 a.m. Walkers,
runners, individuals or teams for
a timed run. Walking for a cure
for Multiple Sclerosis. Donations
accepted, $35 suggested or collect
to give more. To register on the website at walkmsmi.org.
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Walk for Hope at Columbiaville United
Methodist Church 4696 Pine St.,
Columbiaville on Saturday, Sept. 17
from 8 a.m. to noon. Heart health,
diabetes awareness, fighting all cancers. Sponsors needed. Registration
fee $5, bring donations to support your cause. Breakfast, lunch,
snacks, bottled water, prizes. For
more information and to register call
the church at 810-793-6363.
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Ireland’s Dream 5K Fun Run
for Cerebral Palsy at the Jack
Abernathy Regional Park, Frank
Boyce Pkwy, Davison on Saturday,
Sept. 17 at 9 a.m. Cost $25 race
will inclued The Cerebral Palsy
Swagger, a short race for those of
all ages living with cerebral palsy,
where they are welcome to ride in a
stroller, crawl, walk, run, use a gait
trainer, crutches, wheelchair, get
carried by their incredibly strong and
amazing parents, sing silly songs,
simply be amazing, or anything else
they need to do to cross the finish
line. There will be bubbles galore,
1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes, and
a prize for best pajamas. To register
go to the website irelandsdream.
com, or call 810-814-0559.
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Euchre Tournament at American
Legion Hall 1701 W. Genesee St.,
Lapeer on Saturday, Sept. 24.
Registration at 5:30 p.m. Game
time at 6:30 p.m. $25 per person, only 150 tickets will be sold.
Sponsored by the Lapeer Sunrise
Kiwanis. Proceeds help feed children of Lapeer Schools in need
on the weekends. Silent auction,
cash bar, prizes, 50/50 raffle.
Sandwiches, pretzels, and desserts
will be provided. For tickets contact,
Carol at 810-845-2886 or Lori 810-
724-8652.
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Revolutionary War Soldier Grave
Dedication at Metamora Cemetery
Dryden Rd., Metamora on Saturday,
Sept. 24 at 1:30 p.m. This free
DAR marker dedication ceremony
honoring Pvt. Moses Porter, who
served in the Revolutionary War in
Connecticut. Moses Porter died in
Michigan in 1840 and is buried in

the Metamora Cemetery. A reception
following the ceremony will be held
at the Old Town Hall in the Village
of Metamora. For more information,
contact Stoney Creek and Louisa
St. Clair Chapters, National Society
Daughter of the American Revolution
248-375-5714.
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Miss Mid-Michigan Scholarship
Pageant at Lapeer High School
in Lapeer on Saturday, Oct. 15.
Program ads and sponsorships
available. Crowning onstage, flowers, trophies, plaques and awards
judges, dinner. All sponsors are entitled to appearances from Miss Mid-
Michigan winner. If you would like
to sponsor or place an ad, contact
Shelby Hasting at 810-869-5312.

VENDORS NEEDED

3rd Annual Craft and Vendor Show at
New Life in Christ Lutheran Church
6007 Fish Lake Rd., North Branch
on Saturday, Oct. 1 from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. Rain or shine, no strollers.
Youth group booths for donations of
refreshments. For vendor space, call
Vickie 810-688-4557 or Cindy 810-
688-3756.
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26th Annual Fall Arts and Crafts Show
at Davison High School 1250 N
Oak Rd, Davison on Saturday, Oct.
8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Over 100
booths will at this wrestling boosters
sponsored show. For space and further information call Joe Smetanka
at 810-658-0440.
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Historic Farmers Market of Lapeer
runs every Wednesday and Saturday
until Saturday, Oct. 29 from 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Downtown Lapeer on the
Historic Courthouse Square participate in SNAP, DUFB, PROJECT
FRESH-SENIOR and WIC. Vendor
space call Denise 810-882-8032
and visit the website at www.historicfarmersmarketoflapeer.com.
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Fall Craft Bazaar and Bake Sale at
First Presbyterian Church 433 N.
Calhoun, Lapeer on Saturday Nov. 5
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Hand crafters needed. This is the fourth annual show with a bazaar and bake sale
items for sale, 6x8 foot space is
available for $15. Deadline is Oct.
24. Space is limited, to reserve call
Laurie Pagel 810-444-2053.
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24th Annual Juried Arts & Crafts
Show for Lapeer High Project
Graduation at LCS Center for
Innovation 170 Millville Rd., Lapeer
on Saturday, Nov. 12 from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Seeking crafters for our
great show. Sold out of spaces early
last year. Call Denise for information
810-882-8032.
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St. Paul Lutheran Annual Craft &
Holiday Bazaar at the St. Paul
Lutheran Church, 90 Millville Rd.
Lapeer on Saturday, Nov. 12 from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. $30 for one table
or $50 for two tables, crafters and
vendors still welcome. Call 810-664-

6653 or email ckohl.stpaul@yahoo.
com for an application.
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Christmas Craft Show at Columbiaville
United Methodist Church 4696
Pine St., Columbiaville on Saturday,
Nov. 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Taking applications for crafters and
vendors, non-profits, and commercial accepted. Indoor and outdoor
booths. For more information and to
register, call the church at 810-793-
6363.

REUNIONS

North Branch High School 60th Class
Reunion for the class of 1956 is at
the Masonic Lodge 4058 Huron St.,
North Branch on Saturday, Sept. 10
from 6 p.m. until midnight. Cost
is $25 per couple, $12.50 single.
Reservations must be received by
August 18. Call Jack Wnuk 810-664-
4425.
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North Branch High School 30th
Alumni Reunion will be held Sunday,
Sept. 11 in the North Branch High
School Cafeteria. Doors open at 10
a.m. with dinner served at 1 p.m.
All graduates from 1966 and prior
years are invited to attend. Cost is
$16 per person. Graduates from
1946 and prior years are recognized
as “super seniors” and are free of
charge. Contact Anabel Harris at
810-348-6278 to register.

COMMUNITY

Ongoing
Shoe Collection of gently used shoes
to help those in need and money
goes to helping Detroit Bully Corps
to rescue dogs. Drop off location, 100 Lone Pine Trail, Lapeer
Township. Drop off anytime leave
shoes on covered back porch.
Other drop off location listed on the
website at dbcdogs.org. Accept any
style and size of shoes, sandals,
boots, heels, flats, skates and
rollerblades, anything you wear outside on your feet. Shoes must be
in matching pairs and cannot have
major defects. For every 25 pairs of
shoes we collect, DBC will receive
$10 from Funds2Orgs. Detroit
Bully Corps is a non-profit canine
rescue and rehabilitation facility
located in Lapeer. We rescue bully
breeds, like the American Pit Bull
Terrier, Mastiff, Boxer and Bulldog.
The shoes will be given to underprivileged people in impoverished
nations so they can start micro-enterprises where they repair, clean
and re-sell the shoes. For more
information, visit dbcdogs.org.

Mondays
Sadie’s Dream for a Cure is a Lapeer
based non-profit organization serving
pediatric cancer patients and their
families. Seeking donations of new
crayons, colored pencils, markers
and coloring books to be distributing to pediatric cancer centers to
help occupy children while going
through chemotherapy. Donations

can be dropped off Monday through
Friday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Sew Crazy Fabrics 1330 Imlay City
Rd., Lapeer or contact sadiesdreamforacure@gmail.com to arrange for
a pick up or drop off. Also seeking
volunteers to sew tote bags, supplies will be provided. For more
information on our programs visit
the website.
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Lapeer County Concert Choir rehearsals for its 48th season. Rehearsals
are held every Monday evening at
Trinity United Methodist Church
in Lapeer at 7 p.m. All new and
returning members ages 18 and
older are welcome. A $20 music fee
is required to join and you receive
a packet of music at sign up. For
more information, visit the website
at lapeercountyconcertchoir.com or
call 810-688-8708.
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Sweet Adelines rehearsals from 7-10
p.m. at the Davison Senior Center,
10135 Lapeer Rd., Davison. Details:
810-742-0977 or
www.songofthelakes.webs.com.

Tuesdays
Clothing Donations at Lapeer
Seventh-Day Adventist School, 1284
W. Turrill Rd., Lapeer. Clothing from
babies to adult. Clean donations
always welcome. For more information, call 810-664-2060.
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Flint Arrowhead Barbershop Chorus
rehearses on Tuesday evenings at
7 p.m. Community of Christ Church
4041 W Vienna Rd., Clio and is
always looking for new members
who love to sing. Details, call 844-
370-6470. By calling this toll free
number you can reach ticket sales,
the President, our Membership person, the Music Director, Marketing/
PR person and the gentleman who
books our shows. You can also visit
flintarrowhead.org or Facebook.com/
ArrowheadChorus to learn more
about us.

Thursdays
Community Prayer at the Historic
Courthouse Lawn 255 Clay St,
Lapeer the last Thursday of the
month from 7-8:30 p.m. All are
welcome. For more information, all
Lapeer Assembly of God Church at
810-664-8089.
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Harmony Gateway Chorus rehearsals
from 7-9:30 p.m. ladies welcome for
the chorus of Sweet Adelines, Inc.
Eastside Senior Center, 3065 N.
Genesee Rd., Flint. For more information, call 810-664-3552.
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Open Mic Night at Dryden Bar and
Grill 5505 Main St., Dryden every
Thursday night. Sign up starts at
7:30 p.m. No charge, just a way to
entertain and get in front of an audience, everyone welcome. For more
information, call 810-796-2632.

Fridays
Free community gym and dodge ball
tournament from 8-10:30 p.m. first

and third Fridays at Victory World
Outreach Church, 10291 Green Rd.,
Goodrich. Activities include basketball,
ping pong, foosball and dodge ball
tournaments. Details: 810-636-2100.
.

MEETINGS

Mondays
Stingers of Seven Ponds Meeting at
Seven Ponds Nature Center, 3854
Crawford Road, Dryden on the
first Monday every month through
November at 11:30 a.m. The
Stingers provide volunteer support
for the annual Seven Ponds rummage sale, bake sales, Heritage
Festival and other events that support the programs and operations
of the Seven Ponds Nature Center.
New volunteers are needed and
are always welcome. Please join
us at our beautiful, modern facility
surrounded by some of the prettiest
natural scenery in Lapeer County.
Bring a lunch and join the fun and
camaraderie that are a great bonus
for joining this worthy effort. For
more information, visit sevenponds.
org or call 810-796-3200.
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Foster, Adoptive and Kinship
Parents Support Group meets
at Nalo Therapy Center, 1134 S.
Lapeer Rd., Lapeer, the second
Monday of every month from
6:30-9 p.m. Help is available for
parents or guardians of adopted
and foster children. Call 810-667-
4111 for more information.
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JDRF Rocks T1D Lapeer Networking
Coffee meetings are held the fourth
Monday of each month at Louie’s
Sports Tavern, 3301 Davison Rd.,
Lapeer, at 6:30 p.m. JDRF is a networking group supporting juvenile
diabetics and their families. For
more information, contact Kimberly
A. Ostrom, mentor, JDRF ROCKS
T1D Lapeer, 810-656-9739.
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Nar-Anon Family Support Group
Mondays at 7 p.m. at Grace Episcopal
Church, 735 W. Nepessing, Lapeer.
Contact 810-410-6010.
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Metamora Lioness meet the first
Monday of the month unless it is a
holiday, then the meetings are the
second Monday. The group meets
at 7 p.m. at the Metamora Lions
Hall, 3790 N. Oak St., Metamora.
Details: 810-678-3704.
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Lapeer Lions Club is seeking new
members. Meetings are on the

second and fourth Monday of the
month at 6:30 p.m., Lapeer Center
Building, 425 County Center St.,
Lapeer. For more information, call
Pat at 810-724-0818.
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Almont Community Historical Society
at the museum, 149 S. Main St.,
Almont, at 7 p.m. second Monday.
Details: Shelley Henshaw, 810-798-
3090 or almonthistorical@yahoo.
com.
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Lapeer Area Horticulture Society
meetings at 6:30 p.m. third Monday
of the month at various locations.
The cost is $20 annual dues. Call
Beverly at 810-656-0010 for location.

Tuesdays
Lapeer Hospital Retirees Luncheon
at the location Side Tracks, Lapeer.
Meet at 11:30 a.m. Order off the
menu, eating at noon. Come meet
other retirees and enjoy fellowship.
Open to all retired and former LRH
employees. These monthly meetings
are always the fourth Tuesdays of
each month through October. For
more information call, Sharon 810-
664-0939.
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Lunch Social Support Group meeting at Eddie G’s Restaurant, 6484
Marlette St., Marlette, hosts this
support group on the first Tuesday
of each month at 12 p.m. for lunch.
Groups meet for about an hour.
Lunch costs are covered by participants. For widows, widowers, or
singles that have lost a loved one
through death, a support group is
available in your area. Facilitated by
United Hospice Service, this informal social support outing provides
an opportunity to make new friends
and enjoy good conversation in a
supported setting. For more information, please call 800-635-7490 or
visit www.marletteregionalhospital.
org.
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Gamblers Anonymous meeting meets
weekly on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at
Marlette Methodist Church, 3155
Main St., Marlette. Please use back
entrance at SE corner of church
building. Contact 989-225-8284 for
more information.
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Suicide Survivors Group is held the
first and third Tuesday of each
month from 6-7:30 p.m. at the CMH
Harmony Hall Building at 219 S.
Saginaw St., Lapeer. This group is
for individuals who have lost a loved

one to suicide. This group provides
families a safe place to talk about
their loss, to grieve, and to begin to
heal. For additional information, call
Sue Clement at 810-667-0500.
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Gamblers Anonymous meetings is a
free 12-step program for men and
women who have a gambling problem. The group meets on Tuesday
and Thursday at Court Street United
Methodist Church, 225 W. Court
St., Flint, and Monday at Goodrich
United Methodist Church, 8071 S.
State Rd., Goodrich. All three meetings from 6:30-8 p.m. Call toll-free
855-424-5677 or go to gamblers
anonymous.org for more information.
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Grief Support at Heartland Hospice at
no charge, grief support for anyone
who has experienced the death of a
loved one. Our purpose is to provide
education about normal grief reactions, as well as a safe environment
where feelings are validated and
accepted. First and third Tuesday of
each month at 5:30 p.m. Located at
6211 Taylor Dr., Flint. Light refreshments are provided. For more information, contact Heartland Hospice
at 888-427-6818.
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Families Against Narcotics meetings are held at Faith Christian
Fellowship Church, 69 W. Nepessing
St., Lapeer, the second Tuesday of
every month at 7 p.m. FAN works
to educate communities about the
specific dangers of abusing prescription opiate-based painkillers and the
potential to lead to heroin use. They
provide a support network of families affected by addiction and those
in recovery. Contact 810-728-2033.
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SOUL Sounds of Ukulele in Lapeer
meets the second Tuesday of each
month at Calvellis Eatery & Spirits,
44 W. Park St., Lapeer, from 6-7:30
p.m. The group is open to all who
play the uke or would like to learn.
•••
Alzheimer and Wounded Veteran
Blankie Project Sewing Class
meets from 10 a.m. till noon the
fourth Tuesday of each month at
the Lapeer Trinity United Methodist
Church, 1310 W. Main St., Lapeer.
For more information, call Alon
Marie 810-728-3252.
•••
Amateur Radio Club of Lapeer County
meetings at 7:30 p.m. second
Tuesday at the Lapeer County
Central Dispatch Center basement,
2332 W. Genesee St., Lapeer. Go

to the website for more information,
www.w8lap.com.
•••
Selective Singles social and travel
club meets the first Tuesday at
Louie’s Sports Tavern at 3301
Davison Rd., Lapeer. Details: 810-
797-5371.
•••
Caring Together support group, first
Tuesday 3-4 p.m., at Devonshire
Retirement Village, 155 Devonshire
Dr., Lapeer. Details: 810-245-7689.
•••
Lupus Support Group for lupus
patients, family, friends and caregivers, second Tuesday at McLaren
Lapeer Region, 1375 N. Main St.,
Lapeer, conference rooms 4 and
5 from 7-8:30 p.m. Details: 800-
705-6677, 586-775-8310 or info@
milupus.org.
•••
MOPS of Imlay City meetings from
9:30-11:30 a.m. second and fourth
Tuesday at Imlay City Christian
Reformed Church, 395 W. Cedar St.,
Imlay City. Mothers of children 5 years
and younger are welcome. Childcare
is provided. Details: 810-724-4315.

Tuesdays & Fridays

Al-Anon meetings for families of alcoholics take place at the First Presbyterian Church, 433 N. Calhoun St., Lapeer. Tuesdays 7-8 p.m. and Fridays 11 a.m.- 12 p.m. for more information, call Dorothy at 810-793- 7159 or Barb at 810-796-3287.

Wednesdays
AWANA Christian Club for kids ages
3-8th grades at Hadley Community
Church 3638 Hadley Rd., Hadley on
Wednesday nights begins Sept. 7
until April 26 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Cost is free. AWANA helps build
strong bodies, strong minds, and
a strong faith. Visit the website at
HadleyCommunityChurch.org.
•••
Kiwanis Club of Lapeer holds weekly meetings in the Lincoln Room
in the Lapeer Center Building on
Wednesdays at 12:15 p.m. Come
see what they are all about. For
questions, call Sallie 810-240-
4542.
•••
Imlay Conversation Salon meets First
Wednesday monthly at Mulefoot
Gastropub, 596 S. Cedar Rd., Imlay
City. Starts at 6 p.m. with an optional
dinner, followed by 7 p.m. talks with
different subjects each week. For more
information, find us on Facebook at
Imlay Conversation Salon.

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