Monthly Archives: October 2011
Join us as we celebrate 10 years of programming, networking and promoting a positive image of Flint across the nation. Be there as we launch the first of the “I Am Flint” video vignettes & cut a cake in honor of 10 years of volunteers, staff & board members.
We’ll be celebrating our 10th Anniversary at Buckham Gallery, 134 1/2 W. Second Street, on Tuesday, November 15th, from 7-9pm. Tickets are just $25 a person or $45 for two.
Please share our flyer with your networks, you’ll find it by clicking here: FC_10thAnniversary.
Flint Club would like to welcome our newest Board members, FaLessia Booker and Bobby Nies! FaLessia is an Assistant Librarian at the Flint Public Library, a Flint Native and has been active with Flint Club for a number of years. Bobby is owner and publisher of FlintNightOut.com and President of Trade Local Barter Exchange; Bobby’s been a participant in our 4th Friday series for the past two years.
FaLessia and Bobby join Antonio Brown, Holly Carlton and Cathy Lancaster in serving on the Board of Directors for Flint Club. If you are interested in being more involved with the future and direction of Flint Club, please email a statement of interest and a current resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re thinking of becoming a member take a look at our Membership Flyer, found here.
Flint Club is also actively seeking members for the Board of Directors. If you are interested in community involvement through Flint Club please email your resume and a statement of interest to email@example.com.
Jennie Moench will be joining us to discuss her new book: The Flint Project.
The original Flint Project, printed in 2008, was an accident, more of a response to learning that Flint had again made it into the top three list of most violent cities in the U.S. In Flint Project vol. 2, Jennie creates a kind of Flint scrapbook. Jennie’s goal is for the reader to get an accurate idea of what it’s like to visit Flint, Michigan.
Breakfast this month is Friday, October 28th at 7:30am at Hoffman’s Deco Deli & Cafe. We will see you there!
In our ongoing effort to raise funds for the I Am Flint Project, Flint Club has a project page on IndieGoGo. IndieGoGo works much like Kickstarter with one big difference. Any money that you contribute to the project will be given to Flint Club, even if we do not reach our funding goal.
So if you contributed to the Kickstarter project please consider contributing to us through IndieGoGo. We work on a shoestring budget, and anything you could contribute to help defray the cost of this project will be greatly appreciated. To see the project description and to contribute just head over here http://www.indiegogo.com/I-AM-FLINT?a=272270&i=addr
Thank you so much!