Traverse City Record-Eagle


October 1, 2013

Community in Brief: 10/01/2013

Boardman meet

TRAVERSE CITY — The Boardman Neighborhood Association’s fall meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 2, will feature an informal forum with candidates for City Commission.

The meeting will be held from 7-8:30 p.m. at The Box, 425 Boardman Ave. For details, call Elizabeth Whelan, 929-0437.

Blood sugar

TRAVERSE CITY — Oryana Natural Foods Market will sponsor a community discussion on managing blood sugar levels on Wednesday, Oct. 2.

The free program will be presented from 6-8 p.m. at the Traverse Area District Library, 610 Woodmere Ave., by Heather Campbell, MS, RD. For details, call Oryana, 947-0191.

Ecology, theology

TRAVERSE CITY — Life Academy of Northwestern Michigan College will offer a course titled “The Intersection of Ecology and Theology.”

The class meets from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesdays, Oct. 2, 9, 16 and 23. It will be taught by Father Ciprian Streza. He is an ordained priest in the Greek Orthodox Christian Church and parish priest of Archangel Gabriel Orthodox Church. He also has a special interest in ecology from religious perspectives.

The class is $79. For details or to register, call 995-1700 or visit

Manistee pink

MANISTEE— Manistee will “paint the town pink” for a fundraiser to benefit West Shore Medical Center’s breast health services.

The event on Thursday, Oct. 3, starts with a social hour from 4-5 p.m. at the west end of River Street. A ceremony recognizing survivors at 5 p.m. will be followed by the 1-mile walk. Event T-shirts may be purchased in the radiology department at West Shore Medical Center and limited quantities will be available at the walk. Contact the West Shore Healthcare Foundation, 398-1270 or

Church Women

EMPIRE — Church Women United and Men will gather at St. Philip Neri Catholic Church, 11411 LaCore Ave., on Thursday, Oct. 3.

The group will meet from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. for a fellowship luncheon and a program by church members. Attendees should bring a dish to pass for the meal and contributions for the annual CROP Walk.

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