2013-03-21 / News Briefs

In brief

Getting it right

In a recent story on senior Ja’Qala Franklin of Grand Blanc High School, it should have said she has myoclonic epilepsy. Ja’Qala will be attending Mott Community College this fall and will be enrolled in the Early Childhood Education Program with an emphasis in Children with Special Needs. After completion of this program she is planning to transfer to Saginaw Valley University to obtain a bachelor’s degree in social work. — P.B.

Free Easter dinner for Granc Blanc residents

GRAND BLANC — This Easter Sunday a free dinner will be available for residents of Grand Blanc for delivery from 11-1 p.m. This is for families or individuals who can't make it out of their homes or may not have family in the area or a means to pay for the meal. They will serve the Grand Blanc Community. The meals will include ham, mashed potatoes, stuffing, veggies, and pie. This will be delivered to your home. RSVP by March 29. Details: Call 810- 423-3965 or 810-348-4669. — P.B.

Local historian to speak

GRAND BLANC — The Grand Blanc Heritage Association will present a public program March 25 at 7 p.m. Kim Crawford, historian, author, and former reporter, will discuss his new book The Daring Trader: Jacob Smith in Michigan Territory. The program will be held at the Grand Blanc Heritage Museum, 203 East Grand Blanc Rd. in the City Hall complex. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.

Details: Call 810-695-8045. — G.G.

Greek Orthodox Church to hold Friday fish fry

GRAND BLANC — The Assumption Greek Orthodox Church, 2245 E. Baldwin Rd., will hold a Friday Fish Fry from 3-8 p.m. Friday through June. Meals include: fried and baked cod fillets, shrimp basket and Greek salad. Details: Call 810 -771-4611. — G.G.

Community Easter Egg Hunt

GOODRICH — An Easter Egg Hunt will be held March 23 at 11 a.m. (10:30 a.m. registration) at the Victory World Outreach Church, 10291 Green Rd. in Goodrich will host its 12th Annual Easter Egg Hunt.

More than $2,000 in prizes for adults & children have been donated by local businesses. Grand prizes include: candy donated by A-1 Auto Brokers, the Bee Hive iPod, the Brown’s Do-It-Bikes, the Atlas Real Estate Lucky‘s Certificate and the Pet Supplies live bunny drawing.

Details: Call 810-636-2100. — G.G.

Eagles hold dance and karaoke night

FLINT — Dance and Karaoke is open to the public at the Flint Eagles Lodge #629, which is located at 2149 N. Dort Hwy., on March 28 starting at 8 p.m. There will be PWP orientation from 7-8 p.m. The free event is sponsored by the Flint Parents Without Partners Chapter #110. Details: Call 810-422-5283. — A.P.

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