Comedy on stage

Comedy on stage

From right, Steve Sanger as Hal Savage, Susan Steigmeyer as Bernice, and Sara Sanger as Cindy Savage rehearse a scene in Clarkston Village Players’ comedy “Self Help.” Bernice, the maid, needs help using the intercom in the comedy farce, which opens May 5. Call 248-425-5842 for tickets. Photo provided by Emily Dowd

Community impact

Volunteers will make an impact all over the area during the Clarkston/Davisburg Community Impact Weekend. Projects during the event on Saturday and Sunday, April 28-29, include saddle and counter cleanup, gardening, building a vegetable stand, painting, and other work at O.A.T.S.; yard cleanup and work on the irrigation system at Ferry Farms; stock and organize […]

Detroit Voice

Clarkston A Cappella group Detroit Voice performs a special concert at 8 p.m. on May 1 at Clarkston Junior High’s auditorium. The group is collaborating with University of Michigan A Cappella group Amazin’ Blue, of which Clarkston schools and Detroit Voice alumna Mason Van Gieson is a member. Concert tickets will be available at the […]

Children’s fest for Miracle Network

Rite Aid at 5789 S. Main Street hosts its annual Children’ Carnival, Craft and Car Show on April 29 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. to raise money for the Beaumont Hospital Children’s Miracle Network. The event includes magician and escape artist Robert Zarins from Magic and Escapes. Detroit Area Modern Mopar is bringing about 50 vendor […]

Opening day for Tigers, Bowman Auto Center

It’s opening day at Comerica Park for the Detroit Tigers, Friday, April 7, and also the Grand Opening for Bowman Auto Center, 9606 Dixie Highway. The new Bowman Commercial division is combining the two, with free hot dogs, chips, and drinks from 12-4 p.m., and ribbon cutting ceremony with representatives from the Clarkston Area Chamber […]

Parade for victorious Wolves

Parade for victorious Wolves

The Clarkston Wolves won their state championship, and the town is throwing a parade in their honor. It’ll start at Depot Park at about 4:15 p.m. on Wednesday, March 29, marching up Holcomb, to Washington, to the alley behind The Clarkston News and Rudy’s buildings, and finishing back at the park. The event starts with […]

Everest prepares for gala

BY JESSICA STEELEY Clarkston News Staff Writer Kicking off their Silver Anniversary, Everest Collegiate High School and Academy is celebrating 25 years of excellence with their 25th Gala Auction. “This is an annual Gala Everest does every year,” Gala Chairperson Lori Skibo said. “It’s our biggest fundraiser, with guest count usually coming in over 300.” […]

Mountaineers sing story of Godspell

Mountaineers sing story of Godspell

Andrew Stafford as John the Baptist sings a call to the crowd. Photos by Jessica Steeley   BY JESSICA STEELEY Clarkston News Staff Writer Godspell 2012 creates a new-age twist on the story of Jesus Christ, helping modern audiences understand the message better. Everest Collegiate High School and Academy students have been rehearsing the musical […]

10 years of Angels’ Place Race

BY PHIL CUSTODIO Clarkston News Editor Angels’ Place Race is celebrating 10 years of running to help people in need. “We’re expecting more runners and more prizes,” said organizer Paul Maxwell at a benefit fund raiser for the race, Feb. 23, at Mr. B’s Roadhouse. “It’s the 10th anniversary of the 10 kilometer run,” Maxwell […]

Players bring comic mystery to stage

Clarkston Village Players’ presents “House on the Cliff” by George Batson, a comic mystery set in a house perched above the Great Lakes. Lovely heiress Ellen Clayton blames herself for her father’s death and psychosis confines her to a wheel chair. When young Doctor Phillips shows up, he not only brings healing, but romance and […]

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