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2018-07-11 / Calendar

CALENDAR

UPCOMING EVENTS

Monday
Community Free BBQ Rib Dinner at
the Columbiaville United Methodist
Church 4696 Pine St., Columbiaville
on Monday, July 23 from 5-7 p.m. Free
Will Offering. Carry out available. This
event is open to everyone, you do not
need to be a member of the church to
attend. For more information call 810-
793-6363.
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Wednesday
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Classes at
Lapeer County Medical Care Facility
in the first-floor conference room,
session 1 runs July 25 from 4-6 p.m.
This unique class will teach you about
the difference between the two and
address what you and your family
are feeling. Individuals and families
invited. To register call 810-358-7802
or 810-8511 ext. 129.
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Mega Clothing Give-Away at the Hunt
Community Center Building 1284
W. Turrill Rd., Lapeer on Tuesday,
July 24 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Wednesday, July 25 from 11-7 p.m.,
and Thursday, July 26 from 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Something for everyone,
men, women, boy and girls, infants.
Pretty formal gowns and lots of
shoes and purses. Donations of
clean, gently used clothing in good
repair and non-perishable food items
always accepted. Drop off at or leave
on the porch. No furniture. Photo ID
required, not limited to Lapeer residents, everyone welcome. Sponsored
by the Lapeer Seventh-Day Adventist
Church for questions call 810-664-
2060.
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Thursday
Marlette Country Fair Days Celebration
from July 19-22 in Marlette, Presented
by Grupo Antolin and Ben’s Great
Outdoors. This annual family-friendly
event will feature an inflatable
village and climbing wall on Friday
and Saturday; a 5K, sand volleyball,
and co-ed softball tournament;
grand parade; Farmers Market grand
opening; hospitality tent and live
bands; monster truck show and car
cruise; fireworks show and more.
•••
American Red Cross Blood Drive at St.
Elizabeth Church Parish Hall, Marlette
Thursday, August 2 nonon to 5:45
p.m. You can change a life. In fact,
you may help change up to three lives
with just one donation. Marlette drive
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 redcrossblood.
org code: Marlette Hospital or call
1-800-RED CROSS. Sponsored by the
Marlette Hospital Auxiliary.
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Woman’s Health Series at Indigo
Lavender Farms 613 N. Cedar St.,
Imlay City starts on Thursday, July 12
with herbal infusions. On Wednesday,
July 18 safe and natural skin care
products, and Wednesday, July 25
getting the body I want, naturally. For
more information www.indigolavender.
com or call 810-417-0909.
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Friday

Vendors & Musical Acts Wanted for
Marlette Farmers Market Join the
City of Marlette this coming July for
the new Farmers Market in downtown
Marlette. The Farmers Market will
bring local produce growers, crafters
and artisans together in one common
market area with convenient shopping
hours. The market is open the first
and third Friday monthly, July through
October, from 2-7 p.m. on the corner
of Main Street and Morris Street in
downtown Marlette. The Farmers
Market is currently in search of
enthusiastic vendors who offer fruit,
vegetables or dairy products, honey,
wine, meat, arts or crafts. The grand
opening ribbon cutting ceremony
will take place on Friday, July 20 in
conjunction with the Marlette Country
Fair Days celebration. Daily and
seasonal rentals are available and a
limited number of tables and canopies
are available for an additional

fee. Vendors must pre-register to
participate. The Farmers Market is also
in search of musical entertainers to
enhance the experience of the market
days throughout the summer. There
are 1.5 to 2-hour time slots available
on each market date. Electricity is
provided as well as a 12-foot-by-12
foot canopy. The public is welcome
to bring their lawn chair to enjoy the
entertainment. For more information or
to participate as a vendor or musical
entertainer, please visit cityofmarlette.
com or email marlettefarmersmarket@
gmail.com. The Farmers Market is
sponsored by the Marlette Downtown
Development Authority (DDA).

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Saturday
Painting Party at Columbiaville United
Methodist Church 4696 Pine St.,
Columbiaville on Saturday, July 28.
Two session times to choose from
9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m., or 1-3 p.m.
Both sessions include lunch at noon.
$45 per person includes 11 x 14
canvas and supplies, snacks and
refreshments. Register with payment
by July 18. All proceeds will be going
to the Michigan Chapter of PAUMCS
Missions projects. Contact Eva for
more information or to sign up 810-
793-3187.
•••
Greektown Casino Bus Trip with the
Center for the Arts, PIX Theatre and
Gallery 194 on Saturday, August 11.
Reservations must be in by August
4. The bus will leave at 10 a.m. and
return by 5 p.m. The cost is $40,
which includes $15 player card, $5
food voucher and transportation. Only
54 seats are available. Call 664-4824
or stop by Gallery 194 to purchase a
ticket or get information.
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Sunday
German School 1870-1968 Class
Reunion on Sunday, July 22 at
Pleasant Lake Park at 1 p.m. Bring a
dish to pass. Must provide your own
plates, cups and cutlery. Bring photos,
mementos, and memories to share.
Contact Dave Reid 810-664-2840.

GAME NIGHTS

Wednesdays
Bingo night at the North Branch
American Legion Post 457, 4075
Huron St., North Branch. Early bird
starts at 6:30 p.m. every Wednesday,
regular play at 7:10 p.m. Details: 810-
688-2660.

Thursdays
Cards and games at St. Kieran’s
Parish, 53600 Mound Rd. in Shelby
Township, hosted by Widowed
Friends, a peer group for widowed
men and women, from 6-9 p.m. on
the second Thursday of every month.
Details: Paul, 248-656-9450 or Pat,
586-731-1831.
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Fridays

Bingo at the Odd Fellows Hall, 471 W. Nepessing St., Lapeer every Friday. Early bird play is at 7 p.m. and regular play is at 7:30 p.m. Details: 810-664-2802.

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Saturdays
Euchre Night hosted by the Almont
Lions Club at the hall, 222 Water
St., Almont. Doors open at 6 p.m.
and play begins at 7 p.m. second
Saturday. Cost is $15 per person.
Identification required. Proceeds
benefit humanitarian projects. Details:
Don, 810-798-9609.
•••
Euchre Tournament at Sacred Heart
Church, 700 Maple Vista St., Imlay
City. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., games
begin at 6:30 p.m. Cost is $10.
Details: 810-798-2214.
•••
Chess Club from 2-4 p.m. third Saturday
at Marguerite De Angeli Branch Library,
921 Nepessing St. Details: 810-664-
6971.
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Sundays
Bunco starting at 1 p.m. on the second
Sunday each month at VFW Post
4139, 128 Daley Rd., Mayfield
Township. Sign up at 12:30 p.m. Entry
fee is $5. Details: 810-664-9222.

VOLUNTEER HERE

LACADA is looking for volunteers.
LACADA is Lapeer County’s Domestic
Violence and Sexual Assault
Emergency Shelter and Outreach
program. We have opportunities
working directly with clients and
youth, answering the crisis line, or
special activities. If you are looking
for more behind the scenes we have
those opportunities too. Contact
the Volunteer Coordinator for more
information or to get started 810-667-
4175 or volunteer@lacada.org.
•••
Drivers Wanted to help with the
Road to Recovery Program for
Cancer patients to get to and from
their appointments and treatments.
Road to recovery is the American
Cancer Society volunteer-based
driving program and provides
transportation for undergoing
treatments. Van is provided for use.
To become a volunteer driver you
must possess current, valid driver’s
license, have good driving record,
and attend Road to Recovery training
program. For more information or
to sign up for training, contact 248-
663-3430.
•••
Habitat for Humanity of Lapeer County
is looking for volunteers for their
Restore, construction site and office
positions. Hours needed depend on
the position. Interested parties can
call 810-664-7111 and speak to
Carolyn Nestor, Cheryl Holland or Pete
at 810-660-7823.
•••
Avalon Hospice seeking volunteers for
a few hours once a week at 2360
Stone Bridge Dr., Flint. Watch movies,
play games or just talk. Details:
Candy, 810-733-7250 or www.
odsyhealth.com.
•••
AARP Tax-Aide tax assistance and
preparation service seeking volunteers

for low income taxpayers, especially
those age 60-and-older. Details/sign
up: 888-687-2277 or www.aarp.org/
taxaide.
•••
Lapeer Land Conservancy is
looking for members, volunteers
or donations. The mission is to
protect farmland and natural areas,
support environmental education
programs, and create a network of
land stewardship demonstration
properties. To become a member, cost
is $15 per person, $25 per family.
Details visit the website at www.
LapeerLandConservancy.org or call
810-538-1741.
•••
Paradise Animal Rescue is looking
for donations of wet dog/cat food,
scoopable cat litter, catnip mouse,
cat nail trimmers and paper towels.
Volunteers for morning and evening
chores, volunteer coordinator and
fundraising. Call 810-969-4455
•••
Senior Companion Program needs
seniors to volunteer 20 or more hours
a week to help adults ages 21-andup with an identified special need.
Seniors may help with light shopping,
bills, preparing and sharing meals,
rides to the doctor or just talking.
Details: 810-257-3769 or scpflint@aol.
com.

COMMUNITY

Ongoing
Summer Youth Art Classes at Gallery
194 starts on July 6 at 10 a.m. and
run for four weeks, with one session
per week. Ages 9 and up, cost per
student is $60 to $90. Different
classes and times are available. No
previous experience required and
sibling discounts are available. All
of these classes will be held in the
classrooms at Gallery 194. These
classrooms are handicap accessible
and supplies will be provided. To
register for our classes or ask any
questions, call Gallery 194 at 810-
667-1495. You can also email info@
gallery194.com or stop in to 194 W.
Nepessing Street in Downtown Lapeer,
during our business hours 11 a.m. to
6 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.
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$10 Sport Physicals at MRH Family
HealthCare Offices offered in Marlette,
Brown City, Kingston, Mayville and
North Branch. Cash or check only.
$5 of each physical will be donated
to local schools’ athletic programs.
The completed form and fee will be
required at time of service. Parents
must accompany their child or send
a “permission to treat” slip. Call
989-635-1861 for dates, times and
locations.
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DOT Physicals at six convenient
locations with the Marlette Regional
Hospital and McKenzie Health System.
A DOT physical is completed by a
certified medical examiner and a DOT
medical card is good for 2 years. To
ensure that your DOT appointment

goes smoothly, be sure to take your
prescribed medications as usual; wear
loose fitting clothing for your physical
exam; and be prepared to give a
small urine sample that checks for
underlying health conditions. Some
employers may also request a urine
sample for drug and alcohol screening.
If you have vision or hearing problems,
be sure to bring your eyeglasses,
contacts or hearing aids with you,
as well as a complete list of any
medications you are taking. If you have
diabetes, be sure to bring your blood
sugar logs and recent A1C lab results
with you to your appointment. Drivers
with heart-related issues should bring
a letter from their cardiologist that
outlines their medical history and
current medications and indicates that
they are safe to work. To schedule
an appointment in Brown City or
Marlette, call 989-635-1861. To
schedule an appointment in Croswell,
Peck, Port Sanilac or Sandusky, call
810-648-6161. For more information
about McKenzie Health System
and Marlette Regional Hospital,
affiliates of United Healthcare
Partners, visit mckenziehealth.org and
marletteregionalhospital.org.
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Hepatitis A Clinic hosted by Lapeer
County Health Department located
at 1800 Imlay City Rd, Lapeer.
Immunizations are available by
appointment on Wednesdays from
8:30-11:30 a.m. and 4-6 p.m.,
Thursdays from 1-3:45 p.m.. Walkin Clinic available on Mondays 1-3
p.m.. For further information or
appointments you may call 810-667-
0448 or cdc.gov/hepatitis.
•••
Win A Harley hosted by Michigan Bikers
Helping Veterans. They are raffling off
a 2018 Harley-Davidson Street Glide,
ticket are $10 ea. or 3 for $20. Partial
proceeds to go to supportmiveterans.
org. For more information or to
buy tickets you may contact Mike
“Flagman” Bowen, at 810-659-1879
or mbowen@gfn.org. Mike will deliver,
mail or meet for a ticket sale. Drawing
July 29, need not be present to win.
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The Lapeer County Health Department’s
Environmental Health Division is
selling charcoal radon test kits. Call
810-667-0392 Ext. 5326 for more
information. Or stop by our office at
1800 Imlay City Rd. Open 8 a.m. to
noon, Tue. through Thur., 1 to 5 p.m.,
Mon., Wed. and Fri.
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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 Twp. 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 roller blades, 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.org.
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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 810-660-8333.
•••
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.
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Mondays
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 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.
•••
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
lapeercountyconcertchoir.com or call
810-688-8708.
•••
Monday
Song of the Lakes Chorus Rehearsals
at the Davison Senior Center, 10135
Lapeer Rd., Davison every Monday at 7
p.m. Join the chorus with this four-part
harmony in the barbershop style. For
more information, call 810-664-3552 or
810-742-0977.
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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.
•••
Lapeer Hospital Retirees Luncheon at
Calvelli’s Restaurant, Lapeer held the
fourth Tuesday of every month April
through October. Doors open at 11:30
a.m., short meeting at noon. Order off
the menu and open to all retired and
former LRH employees. Any questions,
contact 810-664-2383.
•••
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 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.
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Thursday

Taking off pounds sensibly (TOPS)
Meetings are at First Baptist Church
6701 Lincoln street North Branch
Thursday mornings. Weigh-in starts at
8:15 a.m. -8:35 a.m. Meeting starts
at 8:45 a.m. For more information, you
can call 1-810-688-4417 or 1-810-346-
2339

SOUP KITCHENS IN LAPEER COUNTY

Mondays
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.

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

Wednesdays
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.

Thursdays
First Presbyterian Church from 4-5 p.m.
located at 433 N. Calhoun St. Lapeer.

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

FOOD FOR A CAUSE

Monday - Friday

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

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Tuesdays
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-
9312.
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Wednesday-Fridays
Week Day Dinners at Lapeer Eagles
#2427, 3565 Davison Rd., Lapeer
on Wed. serving steakbugers, Thur.
tacos and Fridays fish fry. All proceeds
go to the Eagles #2427. For more
information, call 810-664-2812.
•••
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.

Saturdays
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 810-
793-6343.

CHILDREN

Summer Art Camp sign up for Chatfield
Education Campus from July 16-21
for ages 10-12 years and a limit of
25 students. Cost $150 per student
includes lunch, snacks, a reception
and a week full of art instruction and
projects from experienced teachers.
Pre-registration is required. For more
information visit the website, or sign up
at the Gift Shop at Gallery 194 Tuesday
through Saturday from 12-6 p.m.
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Free hearing and vision screenings for
preschool-age children are available at
the Lapeer County Health Department.
Early screening can help detect
possible problems. To schedule your
appointment for these free services,
call 810-667-0448 or 810-245-5549.
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Ready, Set, Go! Workshop is a free
workshop for 3- to 5-year-olds and
parents or caregivers. Enjoy fun
projects that will develop your child’s
skills and prepare them for school.
Children also enjoy a snack, story
time and a free book. Classes run for
six weeks. Call for reservations and
times and locations. Call the Family
Literacy Center today to reserve your
seat at 810-664-2737 and for more
information on dates and times.
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Playgroups at numerous locations and
dates. The free six-week sessions offer
90 minute playgroups with story time,
developmentally appropriate games
and crafts, learn new skills and enjoy
a snack and social time with other
children. Parents will have the chance
to talk to other adults with same-age
children. Call Family Literacy Center at
810-664-2737.

MEETINGS

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 www.
scleroderma.org/michigan and click on
support group link. Call 248-595-8526
for more information.
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Mondays

FCE Meetings at Mayfield Township Hall
1900 N. Saginaw St., Lapeer at 1 p.m.
the second Monday of each month
with a different topic each month. The
Michigan Association for Family and
Community Education organization is
dedicated to strengthening individuals,
families and communities through
education, leadership and action. They
are involved in many community projects
as well as conduction fundraisers
and donated to various charities in

the community. The public is invited
to attend. For more information, call
Kristine Mueller 810-356-5497.
•••
Foster, Adoptive and Kinship Parents
Support Group meets at St. Paul
Lutheran Church 30 Millville Rd.,
Lapeer on the second Monday of every
month from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Help is
available for parents or guardians
of adopted and foster children with
snacks provided. Childcare is not
available. Call Somer Vickery at 810-
577-4067 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:
810-678-3704.
•••
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.
•••
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.
•••
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 organizing upcoming fundraisers to
benefit the residents of Suncrest. The
public is invited to attend to hear what
the organization does. Membership is
only $2 a year membership. For more
information contact, Jerrie Thompson
810-664-3400.
•••
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.
•••
Taking Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS)
meetings at Deerfield Township Hall,
30 Burnside Rd., North Branch on
Monday mornings. Weigh-in from 8:30-
9:15 a.m. Meeting begins after till
10:30 a.m. For more information, call
810-793-4750 or 810-793-7263.

Tuesdays
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
Christine Hinton at 303-888-2997 or
810-272-6524.
•••
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
ComeShareYourHeart@gmail.com.
•••
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 No. 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-
728-7121.
•••
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.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 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 anonymous.org for more
information.
•••
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.
•••
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.SoundsOfUkulelesinLapeer.com.
•••
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
information, www.w8lap.com.
•••
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.
•••
Food addicts in recovery anonymous is
holding a free meeting at the Country
Christian Church, 5677 N. Lapeer
Rd., North Branch at 6-7:30 p.m. on
Tuesdays. For more information or a
list of additional meetings visit: www.
foodaddicts.org.
•••
Handgun & Trap Shooting at the
Marlette Sportsmen’s Association
will be open to anyone wishing to
shoot handguns, pistols every Tuesday
evening beginning at 6 p.m. and trap
shooting every Thursday evening at 6
p.m. The club is located 4260 White
Creek Rd, Kingston. Questions call Bill
Maher at 989-635-7072.

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.

Wednesdays
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. Our mission is to help the
children of Lapeer county.
•••
Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group
from 6-7:30 p.m. on the fourth Wed.
of every month at the Marguerite De
Angeli Library, 921 W. Nepessing St.,
Lapeer. Details, 1-800-272-3900.
•••
Kiwanis Club of Lapeer holds weekly
meetings in the Lincoln Room in the
Lapeer Center Building on Wednesday
at 12:15 p.m. Come see what they are
all about. For questions, call Sarah at
810-358-7396.
•••
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.
•••

Classical Music Appreciation with Fabs
Kaldobsky on the first Wednesday
of every month at 2 p.m. at the
Marguerite De Angeli Library, 921
W. Nepessing St., Lapeer. This
enlightening session is a free program
open to the public.
•••
Davison book discussion group meeting
at 6 p.m. second Wednesday at the
Davison Area Library, 203 E. Fourth
St., Davison.
•••
Lapeer TOPS 888 meetings at River
Ridge MHC clubhouse, 25 Pine Ridge
Dr., Lapeer. Weigh-in from 9-9:30 a.m.
meeting from 9:45-10:45 a.m. Details:
Bonnie 810-338-8926
•••
Domestic violence support group
hosted by LACADA from 5-6 p.m. at
the outreach, 1127 Clark Rd., Lapeer.
Details: LACADA, 810-667-4175.
•••
OCD support group meets on the second
Wednesday of each month from 7-9
p.m. at the Meditation Self-Healing
Center, 244 Law St., Lapeer. Details:
Mary, 810-441-9822.

Thursdays
Metamora Lions Club is welcoming new
members. Meetings are the second
and fourth Thursday of every month.
Come help with many events and
donate to a lot of charities. For more
information, call Ralph 248-840-0275.
•••
Heartprints Alzheimer’s and Dementia
Support Group Stronger Together
meets the first Thursday of each
month at 5 p.m. at Lapeer County
Medical Care Facility 1455 Suncrest
Dr., Lapeer. For more information, call
Katheryn Bell 810-358-7802 or Kris
Strickler 810-667-8511 ext. 129.
•••
The Lapeer County Democrats hold
meetings at the Lapeer Center Building
on the fourth Thursday of every month.
Potluck begins at 6 p.m. with meeting
at 7 with a new topic discussion
each month. You do not have to be
a member to attend. Bring a dish to
share.
•••
Lapeer County Republican Party meets
the third Thursday of the month.
Meetings are held at the Mayfield
Township Hall 1900 N. Saginaw St.,
Lapeer Additional information can be
found on the website www.lapeergop.
com or by calling Christina 810-728-
4911.
•••
Hadley Lions Club looking for members
to join. Hadley Lions Club is located at
3551 S. Hadley Rd., Hadley. Meetings
the first Thursday of every month at 7
p.m. and serve a spaghetti dinner the
third Thur. This is the main fund raiser
and enables us to help many people
in the community. We are looking for
people with kind hearts and generous
spirits to help grow our organization.
For more information call Deb 810-656-
5160.
•••
Families Anonymous at St. Matthews
Church 220 W. Nepessing St., Lapeer
on Thursday evenings at 7 p.m. A 12
Step support group for families and
friends of those who have an alcohol
or drug abuse problem. For more
information, call 810-728-2033.

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