What is a Roof Sit for Kids?
– Roof Sits are done to raise awareness. The Voice for Clinton County’s Children are having theirs to honor National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
– Due to COVID safety precautions, they will remain outside and not have all the fun things typically associated with Roof Sits. No remote radio station broadcast, but maybe next year.
– This is a fundraiser to support our services–All gifts make an impact in our community. No purchases are required.
– People will be on the roof throughout the day. This is optional for sponsors, not required. Next year they may have a sponsorship option to not sit on the roof.
– They expect some Superhero Friends with The League Of Enchantment from 4:00 until 7:00; and law enforcement vehicles will be there throughout the day.
– They have Blue Pinwheels to give away as long as supplies last.
– All COVID safety precautions will be followed. Their staff are fully vaccinated.
The Voice for Clinton County’s Children have missed seeing you. They hope you will stop by to visit.
Wheel Inn feeds the Deputies
Thank you to John and Pam Foster of Foster’s Wheel Inn as well as their tremendous staff for providing lunch to Clinton County Deputies and Staff recently. We understand that the Wheel Inn will be open for indoor dining again.
Cedar Creek Hospital to hold blood drive May 7
Cedar Creek Hospital’s next community blood drive is scheduled for Friday, May 7 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
To schedule your donation appointment and help save a life, please visit https://bit.ly/2PVEzEl.
MMDHD discusses Vaccines for Teens
A special COVID-19 vaccination message for 16-and 17-year-olds
South Bingham Cemetery Association meets May 10
Current and future lot owners of South Bingham Cemetery can meet per COVID-19 restrictions with the Board at the annual meeting on Monday, May 10 at 7 p.m. at the cemetery at 1324 West Taft Road, St. Johns.
New Cremation Garden is completed with several lots available. Visitors are welcome.
For more information, call 989-224-7017
Free meals every Tuesday
His Cup Runneth Over, a free meal ministry, will be doing free meals every Tuesday.
Free meals will be given out from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at First Congregational Church, 100 Maple Ave., St. Johns. They will be located in the back southwest corner of the parking lot.
Everyone is welcome to come, and it is free for all who come. For those unable to pick up lunch, please call to arrange for delivery by Monday.
If you would like to get involved in volunteering or need a delivery call or text 517-388-2005 or 989-544-5764.
LAFCU invites public to Shred Day May 1
LAFCU is offering free document shredding to the public at the credit union’s Shred Day, Saturday, May 1, 10 a.m. to noon.
A mobile shredding truck will be at the LAFCU West Lansing Branch, 106 N. Marketplace Blvd., for on-site shredding. Each person may drop off up to four Bankers Boxes of materials to be shred. Masks will be required and social distancing measures will be in place.
“LAFCU offers this free service to the public to help keep our community safe from identity theft,” said Alyssa Troub, marketing and communications specialist. “The timing is good for those who have been cleaning out files during the pandemic.”
Recommended materials are documents that have identifying information for financial, medical and Social Security accounts. This includes receipts, address labels, bills, insurance claims, tax forms and checking, savings and loan statements.