The Shelby Lions Club will be accepting applications for the 2012 graduating senior scholarship until June 15.
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Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Five Shelby Township residents heading to college this fall will have a little extra cash for books this year.
Five of Shelby Township’s brightest and best students were awarded $1,000 scholarships to help them get through their first year of college. The recipients are as follows: Every year, four students win the Shelby Lions Club's $1,000 scholarships. But the chairperson for the Shelby Township Scholarship Committee, 41-A District Court Judge Douglas Shepherd, said this year, the Lions Club was able to expand the scholarship to five recipients. “We thought there was a great need with the economy as it is, and we awarded an extra scholarship,” he said. The scholarship is for students who exhibit a strong academic background as well as outstanding public service credentials. Requirements for the scholarship were that all students are Shelby …
Thursday, June 9, 2011
Golf outings, fishing fun for the family, and cars are the stars of this weekend.
GROWING HOPE GALA Where/When: Century Banquet Center, 33204 Maple Lane Drive, Sterling Heights; 6:30-9:30 p.m. June 9. Why Go: The Growing Hope Gala is a fun event for the whole family benefiting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Adults will enjoy appetizers, desserts, cocktails and a silent auction, while kids 4-16 will have their own separate fun to parktake in, with crafts, games and other fun, plus their own menu. Pricing: Adults, $50; children, $10. FRED WILT MEMORIAL OUTING Where/When: Sycamore Hills Golf Club, 48787 North Ave., Macomb; 11 a.m. June 11. Why Go: The Kiwanis Club of Utica/Shelby Township is organzing the June 10 Fred Wilt Memorial Golf Outing at Sycamore Hills Golf Club. Enjoy 18 holes, lunch, four-man scramble, …
Saturday, April 9, 2011
The Shelby Lions Club will be hosting a smashing good time April 19 to raise money for blindness.
Mixed martial arts cage fighters are coming to the Palazzo Grande in Shelby Township on April 19 to help the Shelby Lions Club “Knock Out Blindness.” The club’s annual fundraiser is expected to draw more than 600 spectators and raise between $12,000 and $18,000 for several charities. The charities that will benefit from the event include the Welcome Home for the Blind Adult Care Facility, Leader Dogs for the Blind, the Michigan Eye Bank and Transportation Center and more. The night is promised to be a smash, with Red Wings singer Karen Newman singing the national anthem and a special appearance by former Major League pitcher Dave Rozema. All tickets include dinner, top-shelf open bar and door prizes, such as a 42-inch plasma TV and a TAG …