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Our regularly monthly Meet & Greet and New Member Orientations at 11 a.m. on the first Thursday of the month have been changed to individual meetings. These sessions are for new & existing members to learn to access the member database and to update, and record hours, offers and requests. Contact Diane Turnipseed 214-538-2876 to set up a time if you have never been oriented or need help.

Upcoming events at the Sun TimeBank:

Wednesday, May 24, 2-4 p.m. SUN office, 402 N. Telegraph.
Computer Class 3 with Mary. Mary will teach how to use PowerPoint for presentations. This is the 3rd class in our Computer Learning Series.

Tuesday, May 30, 4:30-6:30 p.m. SUN office, 402 N. Telegraph
Cooking on a Budget potluck. Do you have a favorite, inexpensive dinner that costs less than $10.00 to make? Come out share your potluck dish and recipe and enjoy good company while learning how to cook on a budget from fellow TimeBankers.

Thursday, June 1st, Detroit Institution of Art Woodward Ave. Detroit. Pickup at 12:00, return about 4:30
3rd Annual Trip to Detroit Institute of Arts. Pick up will be from the parking lot of Lighthouse of Oakland County, 46156 Woodward Ave.  45 seats are available and there will be a waiting list in case of cancellations. A second trip for later in the summer is in the works. Call 248-425-6291 to RSVP.

Saturday, June 17, 12-3 p.m. Hawthorne Park, Telegraph Rd. and Hawthorne Dr.
SUN TimeBank Annual Picnic. Games, food, music, sun and laughter! Please bring a dish to share and lawn chairs.

(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.

Saturday May 27, 1 p.m. Community Housing Network Rental Office at 333 Auburn Ave. FREE
Cash Flow 101 Game is a game to teach about money management and financial literacy. Banker training Tuesday, May 16th, 6-8 p.m. at Chamber/SUN office, 402 N. Telegraph.

Saturday, June 10, 11a.m.-4 p.m. Beaudette Park (Mill Dam) 786 Orchard Lk Rd, Pontiac FREE
Art Experience’s Art Fish Fun Festival is family friendly and open to the public. Activities include park clean up, BBQ lunch, hands on art activities, crafts, games, environmental education and fishing.

Saturday June 24th Kick-Off for Meet Up & Eat Up. Save the date. Details TBD.

Saturday, July 8, 10a-1p, Mattie McKinney Hatchet Park Pavilion, Next to 318 Perkins St.
Save the date for the 1st Annual Pontiac Park Champions Award.  Breakfast sponsored by Friends of the Pontiac Park. Call 248-425-4663 for tickets or; $25 Advance/$40 Door.

OLHSA in partnership with Flagstar Bank has programs (AMP and NIP) for homeowners that will help with roof and gutter repairs, build wheelchair ramps, remodel bathrooms for handicapped and help with some kitchen work. There are income & other requirements. For info: 248- 209-2600.


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