Chemical Bank Creating Community Chemistry Calendar

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Chemical Bank Creating Community Chemistry Calendar


RUNNING CLASSES Session 2 Starts

From 8:00AM to n/a

SUMMER SESSION  II “Bayshore and More”
RUNNING CLASSES
Multiple Levels of Training Classes Start Soon!
Developed and mentored by Traverse City Track Club members
What: 9 or an 18-week training class for all running abilities
When: Saturdays at 8:00 a.m.
Where: Session II starts July 30th Various locations around Traverse City
Cost: $40 for a 9-week class, or $75 for an 18-week class
 
For more information or a link to register go to:
www.tctrackclub.com/training
 

Children's Food Program

From 11:00AM to 3:00PM

July 2nd thru August 31st at Crawford County Christian help center, 300 Huron Street, Grayling

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11 am to 3pm

Any questions call 348-6046

Free 

Free Community Dinner

From 5:00PM to 7:00PM

Michelson Church is providing a free community dinner every Monday evening from 5 to 7 pm at the Fellowship Hall in Grayling, open to the public.

 

Veterans Employment Services Northwest

Veterans Employment Services Northwest Michigan Works. If you’re a veteran who would like to learn about job and training opportunities, get information about veterans’ organizations and other service providers, or just network with other veterans, you’ll want to check out the Veterans Employment Services Orientation at Northwest Michigan Works. These informal groups meet on a regular basis at local Michigan Works Centers. You can stop by to learn about employment services provided to veterans by Michigan Works, find out about veterans’ organizations, and talk with fellow vets. You’ll find it all at the Veterans Employment Services Orientation at Northwest Michigan Works. For more information, contact your local Northwest Michigan Works Center or go to CareerCafe.org.