2017-04-20 / Living

In brief

Volley for Mollie working for cancer patient

FLUSHING – Volley 4 Mollie started in 2013 in order to help Mollie Moquin, who was battling Ewing Sarcoma cancer. Mollie passed away Feb. 11, 2015, however her memory will live on as our community comes together to help other children who are facing a medical illness.

This year, they are hosting volley for Mollie in honor of Ashlynn Faber, a 6-yearold Elms student battling brain cancer and Braden/Buddy Miller a seven-year-old new Lothrop student battling DPIG brain cancer. The event will be held May 19, in the Flushing Middle School. If you’re interested in playing volleyball we have a competitive and recreational teams, eight people on a team must be co-ed, $10 a person and you receive a shirt. If you’re interested in being a sponsor, they are Platinum Level $500, Gold Level $250, Silver Level $125, and Bronze Level Sponsor any amount. The different levels will get different listings on shirts, banners, and programs.

Details: Call 810-252-2847 or e-mail forms to annrobert2348@comcast.net or you could send a check to Flushing High School Athletics C/O Shawn Andrews, 5039 Deland Rd., Flushing. – G.G.

Phillips to speak at church

FLINT TWP. – Holy Spirit Encounter with Pastor Dr. Ron Phillips from Abba’s House, the mega church in Hixson, Tenn., May 15-17 at 7 p.m. will have a nightly praise and worship service with teaching and preaching from Phillips. These will be shown at Glad Tidings Tabernacle, 4475 Linden Rd.

Since 1979, Dr. Ron Phillips has been senior pastor of Central Baptist Church, now known as Abba’s House, located in the Chattanooga, Tennessee area. A dynamic encounter with the Holy Spirit in 1989 started the fires of rebirth that soon spread to the church and every aspect of ministry. Pastor Phillips began to introduce the things of the Spirit that the Lord was teaching him, and the flames of awakening began to heat up the spiritual temperature of the members, and spread outward, crossing denominational lines.

Details: Visit http://www.gladtidingsflint.com/ or call 810-732-8780. Reserved seating is available for large groups attending. – G.G.

Kidney cancer support group to meet

FLINT — This is the 10th year of the Kidney Cancer Support group. All programs are open to the public. They meet at the Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute, Robt. T. Longway Blvd.

The next meeting is May 10, from 1-3 p.m. with Dr. Mark Roby, “Survival Skills for cancer patient.”

Details: Call 810 232-8233 or 810-762- 8226. — G.G.

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