Saturday, July 3, 2010
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Saturday, June 5, 2010
Natasha Thomas-Jackson, left, 30, helps her son Masai Clayborne, 8, both of Flint Township shred regular bar soap to be used in a homemade non-toxic laundry soap at the Flint Farmer's Market, 420 E. Boulevard, during a safe cleaning chemicals seminar on Saturday afternoon. A class was led by a local certified natural health educator and herbalist, Suzy Sikora (not pictured), teaching people how to mix their own non-toxic cleaning supplies, including laundry detergent, furniture polish, cleaning paste and more.
Sunday, December 20, 2009
June Vula, of Thomas Township, looks at photographs at the 'Becoming American: Teenagers and Immigration' exhibit at the Castle Museum, 500 Federal Avenue in Saginaw, Thursday afternoon. The exhibit features numerous portraits taken by Barbara Beirne focusing on teenagers who have immigrated from other countries into the United States and their experiences with such. 'It's so wonderful," said Vula, 'So many different religions and countries.'