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Youth Group for boys and girls as young as 8 years old thru high school age. Guiding principles are "Teamwork, Leadership and Discipline". Drug Demand Reduction youth organization of the Marine Corps. We work hard and play hard! Meetings are every Thursday, September - June 6:30-8: 30 PM
Contact Info: Brian Wheelock, Executive Officer, 231-649 4089
LOCATION: VFW Hall on Veterans Drive in T.C.
TRAVERSE CITY, MI—A Career Exploration Camp will be one of the offerings available for local students at the TBAISD’s Cool Tech Camp June 19-21 in Traverse City. “See It To Be It! Creating Your Career Vision” will help students explore the possibilities of their future. The class will give students a chance to work on fun, real-world challenges, learn about the many different positions within a company, and meet professionals and hear their journey to finding a profession they love. Companies participating in the camp will include Cherry Capital Mobile Pet Hospital, NDX D.H. Baker Dental Lab, Hilbert's Honey Bees, Home Builders Association, North Flight EMS, and Merlo Energy.
See It to Be It! and the other Cool Tech Camp classes will be held June 19-21 from 8:30 am to 11:30 am at the TBAISD Career-Tech Center. Camps are open to all TBAISD students currently in 5th, 6th, and 7th grades. The cost of the camp is $40 and includes a t-shirt, supplies, snacks, and lunch on the last day.
More information about the camp, including a registration form and scholarship information, is available attbactc.org/student-services/summer-tech-camp.asp. If you have questions about the camp, please call 231.922.6322. The registration deadline is May 18.
Day of Action will take place on Thursday, June 21st.
Volunteers donate their time to read to children.
The sites participating in Day of Action are the Alanson Library (10:30am), Boyne District Library (11am), the Children’s Learning Center, Early Learners of Boyne City, Harbor Springs Library (11:30am), Petoskey Library (3pm), and Stepping Stones Child Development Center, the library events are open to the public.
If you’d like to find out more about this literacy program, please call the Char-Em United Way office at 487-1006 or email Missy at firstname.lastname@example.org. More information about volunteer needs and community events are posted on Char-Em United Way’s Volunteer Connections website, www.charemunitedway.org/volunteer.
Grand Traverse County, MI – Mark your calendars! It’s time for the next Household Hazardous Waste Event for 2018 in Grand Traverse County. Do you have chemicals, cleaners, pesticides or other HHW materials hanging around? Bring them for safe disposal to the next Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) event in Grand Traverse County. County residents may bring up to 150 pounds of material, at no cost. (A $1.30 per pound fee applies for quantities after 150 pounds.) Mark your calendar and make your appointment for Thursday June 21. The event runs from 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm. HHW drop-off events are by appointment only. Appointments can be made using the online scheduling system at www.RecycleSmart.info. If you do not have internet access, you can call the RecycleSmart Hotline at 231-941-5555. Subsequent events will be held August 9 and Saturday September 29. Items accepted at the HHW collection events include: oil-based paint, solvents, automotive fluids, household cleaners, lawn and garden chemicals, batteries, fluorescent light bulbs and more. Find a complete list of acceptable material at www.recyclesmart.info Small businesses, organizations and schools may qualify to dispose of hazardous waste at the RecycleSmart drop-off events. Visit RecycleSmart.info for details about Very Small Quantity Generator (VSQG) specifications. For more information, visit www.RecycleSmart.info or call the RecycleSmart Hotline at 231-941-5555.
Looking for a volunteer opportunity? The Crawford County Commission on Aging is looking for a Volunteer Stock person to help with putting away food deliveries. This person would need to be available Monday and Thursday starting around 10:30am for approximately 2 hours and be able to lift up to 45lbs. A criminal background check is required. If you are interested, please contact Alice Snyder at 989-348-7123. The Crawford County Commission on Aging & Senior Center is located at 308 Lawndale St., Grayling.
We represent a grassroots effort of individuals who are passionate about LGBT progress and our Northern Michigan community. Join us June 18-24 for a family and ally friendly week of celebration. Details online at www.UpNorthPride.com
Friends with the weather concert
7 to 9 pm at Trestle Park -2378 S Gladwin rd Prudenville, MI