College milestones

Jordan Timmins-Puzio, of Clarkston, was among over 680 students who earned named scholarships at Baldwin Wallace University (Berea, Ohio) this fall.Timmins-Puzio, majoring in music composition, earned the Carl and Margaret Schluer Scholarship, the Lee Goldstein Music Scholarship and the Lloyd & Mildred Hoffman Scholarship. Gavin Pate, of Clarkston, was among over 700 first-year students welcomed […]

CAYA presenting free resilience events

By Matt MackinderClarkston News Editor INDEPENDENCE TWP. — Clarkston Area Youth Assistance is offering a free three-part seminar series on resilience for the community.Diana Jennings, MS, LLP, will lead the seminars.The first event, “Raising Resilient Kids and Teens” (for parents) is planned for tomorrow, Dec. 7, from 6-8 p.m. at the Clarkston Community Schools Administration […]

Spreading holiday joy

Spreading holiday joy

Bailey Lake Elementary’s first grade Girl Scout Troop #77774 recently completed a service project by collecting 456 handmade cards from Young 5s-fifth grade students at the school. In partnership with the organization Million Thanks, these cards will be sent to U.S. troops during the holidays. Photo: Stacey Shipp

Giving to schools

Giving to schools

On Nov. 20, the Masonic Lodge of Clarkston, Cedar #60, presented a check to the North Sashabaw Elementary PTO in the amount of $500. This donation will supply the school’s clothing bank, which provides pants, gloves, socks and hats to children that have a need for these items. Cedar Lodge #60 has committed to fund […]

Drama Club show

Tickets are now on sale for the Clarkston High School Drama Club’s Children’s Theatre production of “Rough Night at the North Pole” with a special performance by the CHS MIME Troupe, this Saturday and Sunday at the Clarkston Village Players Depot Theatre.Seats are limited at the CVP Depot Theatre, 4861 White Lake Road, and patrons […]

Robotics posts world-best scores

By Wendi Reardon PriceClarkston News Staff WriterINDEPENDENCE TWP. — The Technados and Robowolves robotics teams from Clarkston have qualified for the state tournament during their FIRST Technical Challenge competitions in Lake Orion and Rochester Hills, Nov. 11.This year’s challenge is called “Center Stage” and mentor and parent R. Joe Brandon shared it is widely considered […]

Collegiate milestones

Lara Steib, of Clarkston, and Larry Hojna, of Davisburg, were part of the Ferris State University (Big Rapids) Summer 2023 graduating class.Steib graduated with a BS in public relations, while Hojna earned a BS in automotive management. The Ferris State University Summer Dean’s List includes Jakob Loutzenhiser, Kaitlyn Ort, Carter Hearld, Brenden Nye, Elizabeth Jordan, […]

Everest honors

Everest honors

Everest’s Our Lady Seat of Wisdom chapter of the National Honor Society recently inducted 19 new members, including Sarah Bradley, Justin Brzezinski, Natalie Cross, Zachary Felix, Grace Groves, Victoria Honce, Madelyn Krappmann, Olivia Leahy, Abigail Legg, Valentino Orsini, Addison Pearce, Samantha Pietras, Maria Saad, James Schmitt, Parker Stalcup, Lilly Stevens, Jack Villella, Erica Walker, and […]

Marching Mountaineers take message to State Capitol

Marching Mountaineers take message to State Capitol

By Matt MackinderClarkston News Editor LANSING — Everest Collegiate students attended the Michigan March for Life Nov. 8 in Lansing.Following the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, the battle for pro-life advocates has turned to the state level.On the first anniversary of the passage of pro-abortion Proposal 3, Everest students joined other Michigan citizens […]

Everest play

Everest Collegiate High School’s Drama program presents “Alice in Wonderland,” Dec. 2 at 7 p.m. and Dec. 3 at 2 p.m. at the high school gym, located at 5935 Clarkston Road.Tickets can be purchased at the door or online at https://tinyurl.com/495m5rtr. Day-of tickets will be cash only.For more information, call Karen Beggs at 248-241-9001.