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Congrats Fannie Lucille

Congrats Fannie Lucille

Kala Santrese Wilburn of Fannie Lucille. Fannie Lucille is a handbag and apparel collection that focuses on customizing individuals from the inside out. Fannie Lucille is a custom made apparel and accessories collection that enhances sporty silhouettes with luxurious techniques and fabrics.

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Get your T-shirt now for only $10 and support The Flint Club today!!

4th Friday Breakfast Is Just Around The Corner!

637fb61b8662cf130589e2ba446d8284FLINT CLUB 4th FRIDAY – THIS FRIDAY


Flint Community Schools: Vision, Opportunities, and Challenges

Come join us this Friday, May 24th at 8:00 a.m. at Hoffman’s Deli located at 503 Garland St. to hear Lawrence E. Watkins, Jr. talk about what’s in store for Flint Community Schools. Networking at 7:30 a.m.

Hope to see you there!!

Kiva Flint Announcement & Celebration

Kiva Flint Announcement

Kiva Flint is here!

Issa from Max BeefMichigan Corps has teamed up with Flint Club and others to launch Kiva Flint, a new community initiative providing crowd-funded micro-loans for Flint-area small businesses. Michigan Corps launched Kiva Detroit in 2011 to provide an opportunity for local communities to rally around their entrepreneurs by nominating them for funding, and contributing to their loans on the Kiva website, $25 at a time. Flint marks the first city in the initiative’s expansion across Michigan!

Our first Kiva Flint entrepreneur is Issa, owner of Max Beef Pro Bar BQ.  Issa began his restaurant in 2005, and his goal is to grow into a grocery store and restaurant combined. Max Beef is located on Martin Luther King, Jr Blvd, just south of Pasadena Ave, in Flint.   To invest in Issa’s plans, go to:

Stay tuned for more details on our official launch event at the Flint Local 432 on May 10!