SPY's Newsletter 6/4/2021
Next SPY Meeting
The next meeting of the Sunfield Area Sponsors of Programs for Youth (the SPY’s) will take place this coming Tuesday, June 8th. starting at 7 PM. It will be held at the pavilion in Floyd VanBuren Park in Sunfield. Guests are always welcome.
It’s Just Around The Corner
Coming up on Sunday, June 13th, will be the 32nd annual Centennial Acres / SPY Shoot-Out golf tournament. Our event chairmen Derek Desgranges and Steve Grosshans have been working hard to get everything prepared for this fun event.
It’s not too late to get your team entered. There are a Men’s Division; a Senior Men’s Division; a Women’s Division; and a Coed Division. Give either Derek (269-838-7686) or Steve (269-838-6459) a call for further information, or to sign-up your team. Come on out and help us help kids!
Since Lakewood High School canceled the Senior Awards Night again this year, which is the usual venue we use to announce and present each year’s scholarship winners, we have been scrambling to find an appropriate way to make the scholarship presentations.
So, again this year, we are tentatively planning to make the SPY’s and Sunfield Community Foundation scholarships and other award presentations at the Farmers Picnic in August. Specific details will follow as things firm up. Stay tuned.
Adopt-A-Highway Pick-up Date Set
The next Adopt-A-Highway trash pick-up of the season will take place on Saturday, July 17th. Everyone interested in spiffing up a bit of our community is encouraged to participate.
We will meet at 9 AM in the Best Tax Service parking lot just West of the Sunfield blinker light. If you need more information please call our project chairman Derek Desgranges at 269-838-7686.
• Deep Thought of the Week: You live longer once you realize that any time spent being unhappy is wasted.”
• Notable Quote: “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”---Benjamin Franklin
• That’s Puny Department: I told my carpenter I didn't want carpeted steps. He gave me a blank stair.
• Did You Know Section? Pineapples is not a single fruit, but a group of berries that have fused together.