Caring for Grandchildren Gathering on Nov. 27 in Petoskey


Enquiring minds are gathering to learn about caring for grandchildren.  Please join us for a night of information on Tuesday, November 27 at the Friendship Center (1322 Anderson Rd., Petoskey, MI.)

  • 5:30 p.m. Light supper served

  • 6:00 - 7:30 Information served!

Speakers include:

  • Shirley Gillespie, Community Resource Specialist, Department of Human Services

  • Judge Frederick Mulhauser, 7th District Probate Court

  • and a panel of experienced grandparents

Learn about some of the financial and legal issues involved in raising your grandchildren, and find out about resources available to your family.

Childcare available during this session. Kids will get crafty for the holidays! Reservations are required for childcare.
Please call (231) 347-3211 or (888) 347-0369, ext 29 or email




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