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2017-07-23 / Calendar



$10 Sports Physicals on Tuesday,
July 25 from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.
by appointment at Mayville Family
HealthCare 2180 Ohmer Rd.,
Mayvillle. Call 989-843-5135 to
schedule an appointment. Additional
opportunities will be offered in
August and September. Half of the
proceeds will be donated back to
local schools’ athletic programs.
Annual well-child exams can also be
scheduled, and these can count as
a child’s sport physical if he/she
has not had a well-child exam in this
calendar year. Well-child exams are a
preventative service benefit covered
at 100% by health insurance plans.
A sport physical form will need to be
taken to the well-child visit to ensure
completion by the family health care
provider. Check out additional events
and information by visiting us online at
2nd Annual Heart Loves Gas Giveaway
Event with Gateway Assembly at
the Imlay Quick Mart 546 N. Cedar,
Imlay City on Tuesday, Aug. 8 at 9
a.m. till sells out. Each customer will
receive $1 off of regular gas for up
to 15 gallons per car. Veterans with
an ID fill up for free. Gas cans not
accepted. While supplies last. For
more information, contact the church
at 810-724-8110.
Free Seminar “Want to Live to be 100”
at Blue Water SDA Church 1356 6th
St., Marysville on Tuesday, Aug. 8 at
6 p.m. Come find out how to naturally
reverse most common diseases
including, diabetes, arthritis, heart
disease, high cholesterol, depression,
and enjoy healthy weight loss without
any medication, supplements, or
purchase of any kind. This free
seminar is sponsored by Community
Services Health Outreach. Seating is
limited, call 810-404-4561 to reserve.

Silvique Sterling Silver Jewelry Sale at
the at the Marlette Regional Hospital
2770 Main St., Marlette medical office
building lobby on Wednesday, July
26 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Extensive
line of sterling silver jewelry including
rings, bracelets, pendants, necklaces,
anklets, and more. They also carry
tungsten and stainless-steel jewelry for
men as well as a line of sterling silver
children’s jewelry. There will be a wide
variety of styles available ranging from
classic silver pieces to unique, one-ofa kind designs featuring semi-precious
stones. Prices are at 50% below retail
with most items costing under $30.
There is a 90-day warranty on all
items. Proceeds go to the Marlette
Hospital Auxiliary special projects fund.
For more information, contact Rosann
Clark at 810-688-2673.
11th Annual Recital benefiting the
Komen 3-Day at MacArthur Recital Hall
Flint School of Performing Arts 1025 E.
Kearsley, Flint on Wednesday, Aug. 2
at 6 p.m. Join us for a lovely evening
of music, community, and hope, as we
honor cancer survivors and those we
have lost. Selections will include music
for solo marimba, drumset, ragtime
xylophone, and more. Free reception
to follow. Donations will be accepted
at the reception to support two 60
mile walks this summer, benefiting
the Komen 3-Day Breast Cancer walk.
For more information, visit the website or 3-day.

Summer Reading Program at Brown City
Public Library 4207 Main St, Brown
City will continue through Thursday,
July 27. Build a Better World theme
with lots of great prizes to win. A Readto Me program for pre-school children
is all so offered. For more information,
visit the library or call 810-346-2511.
American Red Cross Blood Drive at
St. Elizabeth Church Parish Hall
6817 Marlette St, Marlette on

Thursday, Aug. 3 from noon to 5:45
p.m. You can help change up to
three lives with just one donation.
Donors enjoy a delicious meal of
egg salad and ground bologna
sandwiches, cheese and crackers,
cookies, candy and beverages. To
schedule an appointment, log onto code:
MarletteHospital or call 1-800-RED
“The Story of Hope” Historical Society
Fundraiser at 6339 Reynolds Rd.,
Marlette on Thursday, Aug. 3 at 6 p.m.
Join the Marlette Historical Society for
a barbeque and guest speaker Anneke
Burke-Kooistra. Anneke will share a
story about three children growing up
in the Netherlands who were able to
harbor eight Jews during WWII. Tickets
are available in advance for $20 or
$25 at the door and $10 for students
ages 10-17. Tickets are available in
Marlette at Sweet Maggie Blue and
Beagios, and Sunshiners in Sandusky.
Proceeds benefit the Marlette
Historical Society.
Men’s Health Fair & Car Show
behind Kraft’s Service Garage 2620
Lamotte St, Marlette on Thursday,
August 10 from 6-8 p.m. Total Tune
Up will feature important health
information, presentations by health
care professionals, free and reduced
cost health screening opportunities,
a complementary meal, and the
opportunity to peruse many beautifully
restored classic and special interest
cars, as well as tractors. Attendees
are welcome to showcase their own
classic or special interest car or
tractor at this event. This event is free
to attend and is open to the public.
Women are welcome too. Reserve your
space to the MRH Foundation at 989-
635-4011 or 989-635-4012.
Kearsley Kruise Car Show to benefit the
Old Newsboys every Thursday night
through Sept. 8 from 6 p.m. at the
McDonald’s 3180 N. Genesee Rd,
Flint located at Genesee and Richfield
Rd. Donations will be accepted. If you
would like more information, contact

Euchre Tournament at the Lapeer
Masonic Temple 1685 N. Saginaw,
Lapeer on Friday, July 21. Doors
open at 6:30 p.m. and play begins
at 7 p.m. Cost $10 per player and
euchres 25¢ each. Refreshments
provided. Other dates upcoming once
a month throughout the year. Everyone
welcome. For more information,

contact 810-664-2602.
Nerf Games at the Goodland Township
Library 2370 N. Van Dyke, Imlay
City on Friday, July 21 at 4 p.m.
Participants will be able to use
various Nerf toys to knock each other
out of the game. This event will be
held outside of the Township Hall
and Library. This is a free event,
but seating is limited to 50 people.
Registration is required. Should
the weather not cooperate, we will
move the games inside. Parents are
encouraged to participate with their
children. Beverages will be provided.
You can register by calling 810-721-
Euchre Tournament at Almont Dryden
Masonic Center Building 7300 Dryden
Rd., Almont on the fourth Friday of
every month. Doors open 6:30 p.m.,
play starts at 7 p.m. Cost $10 per
player, snacks included. Cash prizes,
50/50 raffles. Food available for
purchase. A lucky player will win door
prize. Questions, call 810-798-8064.
Living Water Fun Run/Walk at Lake
Callis Recreation Complex 1152 N.
Gale Rd., Davison on Friday, Aug. 11
at 7 p.m. Cost $25 individuals and
$50 families. Community churches
from around the area will sponsor
family games and activities, with a
movie at dusk. Proceeds will go to
helping bring clean water to African
villages. There will be live demos of
dirty water changing to drinkable water.
To register for the event go to www.
Concession Stand at Lapeer Days
Festival sponsored by Lapeer Elks
Lodge 2567 on Friday, Aug. 18 through
Sunday, Aug 20. Serving pulled pork
sandwiches, hot dogs, sweet corn,
chips, stuffed baked potatoes, drinks
and our famous bake sale. Proceeds
benefit our Veterans and other local

Lapeer Art Association presents
“Dedication”, an all-media exhibit,
Gallery 194, 194 W. Nepessing,
Lapeer through Saturday, Aug. 5.
Gallery hours Tuesday thru Saturday,
noon to 6 p.m. For more information,
call 810-667-3632 or visit the website
Classic Auto Show and Events
at Simpson Park Camp 70199
Campground Rd., Romeo on Saturday,
July 29 from 1-4 p.m. Bring your
show-car and enjoy an afternoon of

free entertainment. Features exhibits
of old fashion skills, crafts, antique
and collectibles. Special events
planned all weekend. Friday night,
free concert, Saturday morning 5K
run/walk at 8 a.m. Family friendly
activities, inflatables, music, book
reading, refreshments, tractor driven
wagon camp tours. 9th annual Ladies
Tea from 12:30-2 p.m., registration
required. Saturday evening, annual
chicken barbecue and evening worship.
For registration forms, visit www. or questions
contact the office at 586-752-3202.
Project Brotherhood Resolve 23 Mile
Walk will start at the Lake Orion War
Memorial 312 S. Broadway St, Lake
Orion and end at the Lapeer VFW
Post 4139 128 Daley Rd, Lapeer
on Saturday, Sept. 9. Opening
ceremonies starts at 0600 hours
and walk 23 miles, 22 for them
and 1 for staying alive, with 22 plus
pounds of rucks. Ruck and weight
should be adjusted to the walkers
and runner’s ability. Recommend
having a change of socks and
shoes, begin training with what you
will be walking with and give your
body time to develop. Hydration is
essential. Represent your country,
unit or work with flags, attire is up
to the individual. If you are unable
to do the entire 22 miles, start at
a closer checkpoint or volunteer.
There will be spot vehicles to pickup walkers and runners at any given
time. Volunteers are needed to man
water tents and street crossings.
Interested, contact Joe 773-456-
2nd Annual 5k Race for the Dream
at Jack Abernathy Park, 415 W.
Rising St., Davison on Saturday,
Sept. 16 starts at 11 a.m. Cost
$25. 5k family friendly run/walk to
support Cerebral Palsy, including our
Cerebral Palsy Swagger for our CP
Heroes. To register, visit the website or call


50th Class Reunion

Utica High School class of ‘67 at the Shelby Gardens 50265 Van Dyke, Shellby Twp. On Saturday, Aug. 5. The classes of 1966 and 1968 are also invited to join. $50 each for dinner, checks can be mailed to Utica High Reunion P.O. Box 183129, Shelby Twp., MI 48318. More information email or •••

55th Class Reunion

Lapeer High School class of ’62 at the American Legion Post 16 1701 W. Genesee St., Lapeer on Saturday, Aug. 12 starts at 5 p.m. Organizers are looking for these classmates: Diane Caudell, Charles Dickerson, Bob Duckwall, Joyce Forbes, Judy Gallaty, Donna Gresehover, Carl Mass, Sandra Miller, Wayne Murray, Dennis Rancour, Mike Rasmussen, Roy Richardson, Minnie Smith, Kim Tody,Marilyn McComb Shaver, Dorna Pendleton, Roger Fisher, Joyce Whitehead Shouse, Ernie Kollhoff, Barb Gierman Coulter. If you know where they are, or didn’t get a save the date card, contact Curt Carter 810-441-2937 or Chuck Tiffany 810-664-4909. •••

Class of 1950

Lapeer High School class of ‘50 reunion luncheon at the Lapeer Country Club 3786 Hunt Rd., Lapeer on Friday, Aug 18 starts at 11:30 a.m. Order off the menu and enjoy great company. For more information, call Peggy Tripp 810- 245-6052. •••

Lapeer East & West class of ’77 at Daley Farm 3635 Daley Rd., Attica on Saturday, Aug. 19 from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. Dinner is 6 p.m. Bring your own adult drinks, pop and water will be available. Looking for graduating classes from both schools. This will coordinate with the same weekend as Lapeer Days so everyone can come and enjoy the festival also. Follow on Facebook groups/1694366430796193/?fref=nf for all the meetings and current information. •••

Class of 1956

Lapeer Class of ‘56 gathering of our friends at Lake Inn 3711 Hunt Rd., Lapeer on Saturday, Aug. 19 at 1 p.m. Need email addresses to send more information later. Any questions, call Betty Cramer 810-245-0159. •••

20th Class Reunion

Lapeer East High School class of ‘97 at Metamora Golf & Country Club 1600 Club Dr., Metamora on Saturday, Aug. 26 from 5:30-11:30 p.m. Cost $50 per person. A night of dining, dancing, photo booth and seeing friends. Register and purchase tickets at •••

50th Class Reunion

Lapeer High School class of ’67 at American Legion Post 16 1701 W. Genesee St., Lapeer on Saturday, Aug. 26 at 4 p.m. Cost is $40 per person, $50 at the door. For more information, call Cheryl Nutt Whitney 810-614- 4507. •••

45th Class Reunion

Lapeer High School class of ’72 at Lapeer American Legion on Sept. 9. Check out the Facebook page for updates, or call Theresa Spencer 810- 245-4863.

Multi Class Reunion

North Branch Multi Class Reunion 50+ years Class of ’47 to ’67. 32nd annual alumni reunion at North Branch High School 6598 Brush St., North Branch on Sunday, Sept. 10. Doors open at a.m. with a catered dinner at 1 p.m. Cost $16 per person. If you have not received your invitation, call 810-417-1946.


4th Annual Fall Craft & Vendor show at
the New Life in Christ Lutheran Church
6007 Fish Lake Rd., North Branch on
Saturday, Oct. 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
In the church, barn & on the lawn,
rain or shine. Baked goods, popcorn,
bottled water. For vendor information,
contact Vicki 810-688-4557 or Cindy
Fall Arts and Crafts Show Oxford High
School 745 N. Oxford Rd., Oxford on
Saturday, Oct. 21 from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Hosted by the leadership class
with more than 75 booths. Special
guest will be Al Kalines last bat boy,
Dennis Clotworthy, signing his book.
Come and shop the many booths
offering fall décor and one of a kind
crafts. For vendor information, call Joe
at 810-658-0440.
5th Annual Fall Craft Show and Bake

Sale at First Presbyterian Church
Lapeer, 433 Calhoun St., Lapeer on
Saturday, Nov. 4 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Crafters needed. Tables are $15
Space is limited. All proceeds go to
our mission projects, locally, nationally
and globally. Reserve by calling Laurie
Pagel 810-444-2053.


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 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 nonprofit 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.
Mens and Womans Clothing
Donations Needed at The Golden
Arrow, 24 S. Court St., Lapeer drop
off Monday through Friday from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays from
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Main entrance at
the back. Collecting blankets, shoes,
food, housewares, plastic grocery
bags and gently used towels also
needed. For information, contact
Donations Accepted at New to You
Consignment 286 W. Nepessing St.,
Lapeer to use the profits to give to
local charities in vouchers to use
in the store. There are a number of
organizations your donations can
help. The voucher is used to buy
clothes and needed items to help
get them back on their feet. Donate
with a Purpose helps distribute the
vouchers to those in need. For more
information, call 810-245-7272 and
find a charity.

Sadie’s Dream for a Cure is a Lapeer
based nonprofit organization serving
pediatric cancer patients and

their families. Seeking donations
of new crayons, colored pencils,
markers and coloring books to
be distributed 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
69 W. Nepessing, Lapeer or contact 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.
Lapeer County Concert Choir
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. For more
information, visit the website at or call

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
Flint Arrowhead Barbershop Chorus
rehearses on Tuesday evenings at 7
p.m. at Community of Christ Church,
4041 W. Vienna Rd., Clio and is
always looking for new members who
love to sing. Details, call 1-844-370-
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 or
ArrowheadChorus to learn more
about us.

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, call
Lapeer Assembly of God Church at

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:

Village of North Branch Orr Museum will

be open to the public every Saturday
throughout the summer of 2017 until
Labor Day. Come spend an hour or
so to step back into Michigan’s rural
past. Friendly, informative docents will
be there to welcome you. Admission
is free, clubs, groups and visiting
guests may visit by appointment. For
information or to sign up to volunteer,
contact 810-688-3294.
Country Jamboree at Old Town Hall,
3551 Hadley Rd., Hadley on the first
Saturday of the month from 1-4 p.m.
Money raised to benefit scholarships
for Lapeer and Goodrich. For more
information, call 810-969-4575.


Trinity United Methodist Church from
4-5:30 p.m. located at 1310 N. Main
St., Lapeer.

St. Paul Lutheran Church from 4-5:30 p.m. located at 200 N. Cedar St., Imlay City.

Grace Episcopal Church from 4-5
p.m. located at 735 Nepessing St.,

St. Paul Lutheran Church from 4-5:30
p.m. located at 200 N. Cedar St.,
Imlay City.

Lapeer Church of Christ from 5-6 p.m. located at 1680 N. Lapeer Rd., Lapeer.

St. Paul Lutheran Church from 4-5
p.m. located at 90 Millville Rd.,


Monday - Friday

Pasties Sales at VFW 2777, 2260 Belsay Rd., Burton. 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 810-743-4138.

Dinners at American Legion Post 16,
1701 W. Genesee St., Lapeer, from
4:45-7 p.m. First Tuesday every
month are spaghetti dinners, second
Tuesdays are taco nights. Open to
the public. All proceeds go toward
scholarship fund. Details: 810-664-

Spaghetti Dinner hosted by the Hadley
Lions Club at the Township Hall,
3551 Hadley Rd., Hadley on the
third Thursday of each month from
5-8 p.m. Adults $8, seniors $7,
children 5-13 $3. Proceeds go to
helping with community projects. For
more information, call 810-797-5046
or 810-656-5160.


Week Day Dinners at Lapeer Eagles #2427, 3565 Davison Rd., Lapeer on Wednesdays serving steakbugers, Thursdays tacos and Fridays fish fry. All proceeds go to the Eagles #2427. For more information, call 810-664-2812.

Friday Dinners at the VFW Post 4139,
128 Daley Rd., Lapeer, on the first
Fridays of every month until spring.
Dinner will be served with potato,
salad, roll and dessert. Dinners
are from 5:30-7 p.m. $10. Public
welcome. Proceeds to support local
veterans projects. Call 810-664-
9222 with questions.

Pancake Breakfast every first and
third Saturday of the month at Otter
Lake VFW Post 2409 from 8–11
a.m. Included in the $5 breakfast
is pancakes, sausage, applesauce,
orange juice and coffee with refills.
Add eggs for $6. Contact Terry at


Scleroderma Foundation Michigan Chapter Support Group Meetings offer meeting in the surrounding areas. Free groups for scleroderma patients and those who have overlapping autoimmune conditions. Meetings are open to the community and include educational materials and speakers. For more information about, locations, times, topics and speakers visit and click on support group link. Call 248-595-8526 for more information.

Nar-Anon Family Support Group
Mondays at 7 p.m. at Grace Episcopal
Church, 735 W. Nepessing, Lapeer.
Contact 810-410-6010.
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:
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-
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
Lapeer Area Horticulture Society
meetings at 6:30 p.m. third Monday
of the month at various locations. The
cost is $15 annual dues. Call Dave
Klaffer 810-656-7770 for location.
Suncrest Auxiliary monthly meeting on
the second floor of Suncrest 1455
Suncrest Drive, Lapeer on the third
Monday of every month at noon. This
monthly meeting is to share a meal
and organ-izing upcoming fundraisers
to benefit the residents of Suncrest.
The public is invited to attend to
hear what the organization does. To
become a member is only $2 a year
membership. For more information
contact, Jerrie Thompson 810-664-
Family and Community Education
monthly meet at Mayfield Township
Hall 1900 N. Saginaw St., Lapeer
on the second Monday of every
month. FCE is dedicated to helping
the community through education,
leadership and various charities. The
public is invited to attend. There is no
charge. For more information about
FCE, call Marie 810-356-5126.

Lapeer Hospital Retirees Luncheon at
Calvelli’s Restaurant, Lapeer held
the fourth Tuesday of every month
through October. Order off the menu
and open to all retired and former LRH
employees. Any questions, contact
Alzheimer and Wounded Veteran
Blankie Project Sewing Class meets
from 10 a.m. to noon the fourth
Tuesday of each month at the Lapeer
Trinity United Methodist Church, 1310
W. Main St., Lapeer. Help make lap
robes, totes to rehabs and nursing
homes. To join, sew, crochet, knit,
donate and receive materials For more
information, call Alon Marie 810-728-
Kidney Care Support Group meetings at
Hurley Medical Center 1 Hurley Plaza,
Flint on the third Tuesday of the month
from 7-8 p.m. Located in the Charles
White Conference Center for anyone
facing or on dialysis. Spouse, relative,
caregiver or friends dealing with kidney
failure and dialysis. Talk about the
stresses and pressures that come
with being a caretaker. Questions,
call Shalonda 810-553-9776 or email
Taking Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS)
meeting is at Hunter’s Creek Mobile
Home Park club house, 725 DeMille
Rd. on Tuesdays. Weigh-in from 6-6:30
p.m. Meeting from 6:30-7:30 p.m. For
more information, call 810-796-3467
or 810-667-0999.
Military Moms Support Group meeting
at American Legion Hall Post #16,
1701 W. Genesee St., Lapeer on the
first and third Tuesdays of every month
at 7 p.m. This meeting is for those
with loved ones serving in the Armed
Forces. Bring photos and any other
memorabilia to share. Come before 7
p.m. and enjoy dinner at the post for
$5 or $7. Questions, call Terri 810-
Hospice Services Support Group
meeting at Eddie G’s Restaurant,
6484 Marlette St., Marlette, hosts
this support group on the first Tuesday
of each month at noon 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.
Gamblers Anonymous meeting meets
weekly on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at
Marlette Methodist Church, 3155
Main St., Marlette. Please use back
entrance at southeast corner of church
building. Contact 989-225-8284 for
more information.
Suicide Survivors Group is held the first
and third Tuesday of each month from
6-7:30 p.m. at St. Matthews Church,
upstairs Conference room, 431 N.
Court 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.
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 for more
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-
SOUL Sounds of Ukulele in Lapeer meets
the second Tuesday of each month at
Suncrest, 1455 Suncrest Dr., Lapeer,
from 6-7:30 p.m. The group is open to
all who play the uke or would like to
learn. Sounds Of Ukuleles in Lapeer
can be found on Facebook or at www.
Amateur Radio Club of Lapeer County
meetings at 7:30 p.m. the second

Tuesday of the month at the Lapeer
County Central Dispatch Center
basement, 2332 W. Genesee St.,
Lapeer. Go to the website for more
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
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.- noon for more information, call Dorothy at 810-793- 7159 or Barb at 810-796-3287.

The Sunrise Kiwanis Club is one of the
two Kiwanis clubs within the city of
Lapeer. Meets every Wednesday at
Leo’s Coney Island at 7:30 a.m. for an
hour. All contributions are used to feed
hungry children in Lapeer through the
backpack food program.
Caregiver support group from 6-7:30
p.m. on the fourth Thursday of every
month at the Marguerite deAngeli
Library, 921 W. Nepessing St., Lapeer.
Details, 989-839-9910.
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 at
Imlay Conversation Salon meets the first
Wednesday of the month 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.

To submit your event: Send information including the day, time, location and a short description of your non-profit, civic or fundraising event to Send your mail to Calendar, PO Box 220, Lapeer, MI 48446

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