News in Brief
September 11, 2013
Clarkston Community Schools is looking for two citizen volunteers for the new Video Center Administrative Board.
The board will review and provide recommendations regarding the Cooperative Public Access Television Center located in Clarkston High School. It will meet at least quarterly to discuss programming, budget, staffing and overall development. Each appointed citizen volunteer will hold a 3-year term.
For more information or to send a resume, please call 248-623-5408 or email email@example.com.
Recycling Sisters offers free recycling of at Clarkston Farmers Market, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Sept. 21, in the parking lot of the Renaissance High School, 6558 Waldon Road.
Items accepted include electronics, appliances, auto parts, and clean, gently used clothes and shoes for Jill's Healing Connection.
There is a small fee to recycle paint and stains as well as for TVs and monitors.
Free pickup service is available for appliances, bulky metal items or large quantity of items, call Patty at 248-240-4899 for an appointment.
Zombies at book store
Zombies are invading the MI Book Boutique for the Blood and Brains Boo-nanza Zombie Fest, Sept. 21.
They are showing two locally produced movies beginning at 7 p.m. with "Deadline: Medium Rare" an award-winning short from Anthony Gaskell, and John J. Wisniewski's comedy "Dayplanner of the Dead."
Also, professional makeup artists are doing demonstrations and prizes will be awarded for the best Zombie costumes. The prizes for best-dressed are tickets to the Flint Horror Con and local haunted houses.
Please call to make reservations for priority seating. The cost is $10 at the door. Call Sandra at 248-787-6623. MI Book Boutique is located at 4396 Dixie Highway Suite #2 in Waterford.