SPY's Newsletter 6/17/20
SPY’s Newsletter #83
From The Fire Department Auxiliary
The Coronavirus has wreaked havoc around the world and impacted even our small local communities. Please be advised that due to the CDC's recommendations, we are unable to hold our traditional Annual Color Run this year.
As such, we have moved our event to a "virtual" run. What does this mean for you?
Participate anytime between July 13 and July 19, wherever and however you would like (run, walk, roller-blade, cartwheel, treadmill, etc.)! Please wear your Sunfield Virtual Fun Run shirt and post a picture of you and your family on our event page on Facebook wearing your shirts using hashtag #SunfieldVirtualFunRun.
Because we are unable to have this be a traditional color run, all shirts will be tie-dye so you can still have a colorful 5K experience!
Not a runner? That's ok! Click on "Tickets" to register and purchase your t-shirt today!
All proceeds will go directly to the Sunfield Sebewa Danby Fire Department Auxiliary. For more information please visit: https://sunfieldvirtualfunrun.eventbrite.com
Providing the Governor lets us, our first Adopt-A-Highway trash pick-up of the season is scheduled to be Saturday, July 25th. Please put the date on your calendar and plan on lending a hand.
Young Man Looking For A Summer Job
August Miller is the grandson of Jim and Diny Peabody who live here in Sunfield. He is a Junior at Michigan Technological University majoring in Software Engineering. He is on the Dean’s List at MTU.
August is looking for summer employment. He is a hard working young man with a number of skills and experiences, especially in the technical field. If you are looking for someone with the background August has, please give him a call at 404-569-6813----or email him at email@example.com and find out what he can do for you.
· Something To Ponder: The three hardest things to say are: (1) was wrong---(2) I need help---(3) Worcestershire Sauce.
· Thoughts On Aging: Do you ever get up in the morning, look at yourself in the mirror and think---“That can’t be accurate!”