Monthly Archive:: September 2018

Taming Traffic Survey

This form is designed to help you evaluate your street to determine if taming traffic devices and signs are needed. The information you supply is crucial for helping Flint Neighborhoods United develop a comprehensive plan to tame traffic throughout the city and make our streets safer for children, bikers, and residents. Please answer the questions …

NEH AmeriCorps Member Opportunity

Neighborhood Engagement Hub and Local Initiatives Support Corporation are seeking a full-time AmeriCorps member to serve as a Neighborhood Project Assistant. The candidate will ideally begin service on October 1, 2018, and serve a minimum of 1700 hours through the end of his/her term on July 31, 2019. The exact start and end date are …

Voter Registration

The A. Philip Randolph Institute (APRI) Flint Chapter is holding a voter registration drive TODAY! These lovely ladies are waiting for you at the M. L. King Peace Garden at the corner of M. L. King Avenue and McClellan. Drop by to see them and register to vote in November! Other sites are also available …

People’s Law School

The Classes are designed to educate and empower you- the concerned citizen. Classes will provide you a chance to learn more about your rights and responsibilities. These classes promise to provide you –the participants an opportunity to learn information from knowledgeable individuals on various topics. Download the flyer and registration form (PDF)

Invitation to a Listening Circle

I am following up on an earlier email message to you about an initiative that we are exploring with community members in Flint (see attached brief concept paper/synopsis). I would like to invite you to attend a listening circle that we are holding on Monday, September 24, 2018, from 1 to 3 pm at the …

September Lunch & Learns and Sleep Sacks

Thank you to everyone that was able to attend the Lunch & Learn last Friday. I have attached the slides for the session for anyone that was unable to attend or would like to review. Our next Lunch & Learn will be Friday, September 28th. We still have seats available if you are interested. Claudnyse …

New Children’s Exhibits at the Flint Children’s Museum

The Flint Children’s Museum is preparing for their annual Back-To-School Grand Re-Opening on Tuesday, September 18th. This fall, young guests will get to experience two brand new exhibits, as well as enhanced current exhibits, and new and exciting programming. New exhibits include Best Friends Veterinary Clinic, where children learn about animal care, different kinds of …

North Flint Food Market Youth Initiative Funded by Diplomat

North Flint Food Market Launches Youth Initiative Diplomat Pharmacy Funds Program to Help Young People Learn About Health & Business (Flint, Mich.) – The North Flint Food Market (NFFM) is launching their Youth Cooperative Initiative with support from Diplomat Pharmacy Inc. (NYSE: DPLO). Program participants will learn about the principles of ownership, empowerment and investment …

Change Your Clocks, Change Your Batteries!

We’ve all heard this over the years as a reminder that as we near the end of summer and Daylight Savings Time, it’s time to think about replacing the 9-volt batteries in your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.  Keep Genesee County Beautiful recently received a shipment of 9-volt batteries from Keep America Beautiful and Duracell and we’re …

InvolvedDad / Flint 5000 Schedule

Involveddad/Flint 5000 valuing our student’s schedule 18/19 Please encourage businesses, law enforcement, city worker, school administration, banking, DDA, Back2Bricks, Bike2Bricks,  YOU !!!!!!! 1st Monday of the month Team: A 7:30am New Standards – captain Mr. Tyron Team: G: 7:45am Piers School – captain Mr. Nat 2nd Monday of the month Team: C 7:30am International Academy …

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