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If you have never had an orientation on the SUN database/software or learned how to download the app for your phone, please contact us. We want new and existing members to learn how to access the member database and to update and record hours, offers and requests. Contact Edith Carter at 248-952-8175.


MOST Upcoming events at the Strong United Neighbors (SUN) TimeBank:

402 N. Telegraph Rd. beside Dorsey Schools, Oakland Pointe Shopping Center. All events are FREE and (unless noted here) held at the SUN office

Wednesday, October 10, 1-3 p.m. at SUN office, 402 N Telegraph   Know how to Vote? Learn about the November ballot in this Workshop: No straight party voting, what does that mean? What do the issues mean for me? Come find out and make a difference. Guest speakers with information and answers to questions. Please be on time so we can cover everything in a timely manner.

Thursday, October 11, 6-8 p.m. at SUN office, 402 N Telegraph   The Healing Power of Nature: Discussion with Dr. Renee Statfield, Traditional Naturopathic Doctor. Find out the underlying causes of illnesses or ailments in a natural, healthy way rather than merely eliminate or suppress them. An informative and interesting 2 hours.

Friday, October 26, 5-7 p.m. Mattie McKinney Hatchett Park (located between Paddock/Perkins) Halloween Block Party. Fun for children and families with music by Steve Coleman. Trunk or Treat, costume contest plus much more. SUN TB will have a table, decorated and all, so come help at table. Call 248-952-8175.

Wednesday, November 14, 2018, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at SUN office, 402 N. Telegraph   3rd Annual Friendsgiving Dinner/5 Year SUN TB Celebration. Come and share a meal with us. Bring your favorite dish or any dish to share. Fellowship in gratitude and share in our 5 years of being.


(Not sponsored by SUN but hosted by our partners so we encourage participation your)
If you help TB member organization/partners, you get time in your SUN account. So please, record it!

Friday, October 12, 3-4 p.m. at Pontiac Public Library 60 E. Pike St. Downtown   Yaktown Yoga Basics. FREE yoga class for those newer to yoga. Will introduce the foundational yoga postures that will open, stretch and restore your body. Learn how to breathe and feel comfortable on your mat. Class is suitable for all. A few mats will be available but please bring your own if you have one.

Saturday, October 20, 2018, 3-5 p.m. at 7 N. Saginaw St. Suite 2B (upstairs)   5th Annual Royal Tea Party. Inviting all Princes and Princesses of Pontiac to a dress up tea time! Pretty Princesses and Gallant Knights defend the royal court against flying dragons and will eat dainty food and drink from pretty cups, eat cookies and candy, and of course hear a great story! There will be crafts, food, karaoke and many picture opportunities. This event is sponsored by the Pontiac Public Library, Pontiac Holonomy Incubator, and Young Entrepreneurs Squad (YES).

Tuesdays, October 9, 16,23 and 30, 2018 at New Birth International, 124 W. Columbia St. Re-Shapers Fitness Class. Taught by Akilah Lawrence. Class is designed to tone, slim and build muscles in your body. You will sweat the pounds away. There’s “The Biggest Loser” pot also.

Saturday, October 27, 2018, 9:00 a.m. Newman A.M.E. Church, 236 Bagley St.   Men’s Day Breakfast. Come and celebrate with us.

Sunday, October 28, 2018, 11 a.m. Men’s Day Service. Speaker will be Norman Osborne;                4 p.m. Jazzy Vesper Service with local musicians, scriptures reading and poetry.

OLHSA has jobs in Head Start as well as other opportunities—teachers’ assistants, classroom aides, and more. See for more info.


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