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Soccer Club Settles in Clawson

Women’s World Cup Soccer is in full effect, but you don’t have to be a globetrotter to get up close and personal. The Oakland County Football Club is now calling Clawson “home.” OCFC is a semi-professional soccer team that will compete at Clawson’s Park Stadium for seven home games. The games are scheduled through July 21. The full schedule is available at oaklandcountyfc.com.

4th of July Party Plans in the Works

The pinnacle of summer parties is coming up and Clawson will be in the mix with the 4th of July celebration. Clawson’s Independence Day celebration tradition started in 1933.

This year’s theme is “Love, Peace, Clawson.” The craft show and midway will be open July 3 and July 4.

If you are interested in volunteering and getting involved with this long-standing tradition, please go to Clawson4thofJuly.org for more details, the committee is always looking for volunteers to help.

Save a Life: Donate Blood

When you need blood, seconds count. The American Red Cross will host a blood drive at City Hall in the Community Room on Tuesday, June 26, from 1 to 7 p.m.

Please help support your community. You never know whose life you’re going to save.

To make an appointment, visit www.redcrossblood.org.

Bring Your Best Stuffed Friend on a Picnic

Children and their teddy bears or favorite stuffed toys, are invited to the 32nd Annual Teddy Bear Picnic at the playground of the Hunter Community Center located at 509 Fisher Court on Friday, June 22, at 11:30 a.m.

If it rains, the picnic will take place inside the Hunter Community Center

Please bring a bag lunch and a blanket or lawn chair. The library will provide a beverage. Pre-register for this event at the Blair Memorial Library

2019 Summer Reading Program: Libraries Rock!

The 2019 Summer Reading Program at Blair Memorial Library is open to kids preschool age through fifth grade. It includes fun programs, cool contests, prize drawings, story time and more.

A complete calendar of events is included with the registration packet.

Additionally, the Teen Read summer program is for those entering sixth grade through 12th grade. Teens can enter weekly prize drawings by reading books or listening to audio books.

A calendar of events is included with the registration packet. The Teen Read program will conclude with an after-hours party with pizza, lots of fun and prize giveaways.

Register at the Blair Memorial Library.

 

Rebecca Calappi

Rebecca Calappi

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