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Legal services available for St. Joseph County seniors

The Legal Services of South Central Michigan-Battle Creek office will conduct interviews for legal advice and possible representation, without charge, over the telephone to interested seniors who reside in St. Joseph County. If you wish to speak with an attorney, please call 269-224-5040, on Friday, Sept. 30, between 9 am-12:30 pm

Legal Services of South Central Michigan-Battle Creek office is a nonprofit organization, which provides high quality legal assistance, representation and education to low-income people in Calhoun and Branch Counties and seniors in St. Joseph, Branch, Calhoun and Barry Counties.

The agency seeks, through its Board, staff, volunteers and pro bono attorneys, to ensure that its clients are given equal access to the justice system. The advice and counsel at the senior sites is funded primarily by the Area Agency on Aging Region 3C through the Michigan Bureau of Aging, Community Living, and Supports under the Older Americans Act of 1965.

Albion College athletes named to MIAA Academic Honor Roll

Albion College is pleased to recognize the nearly 200 Britons named to the 2021-22 Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll. This honor is given to varsity athletes who maintain a GPA of 3.5 or better for the entire academic year.

Three Rivers scholar/athlete Elizabeth Bissett was a member of Albion’s softball team. Bissett is majoring in kinesiology-exercise science. Bissett is the child of Jill Bissett and Neil Bissett of Three Rivers.

Schoolcraft scholar/athlete Savannah McDonald was a member of Albion’s women’s tennis team. McDonald is majoring in social studies education with a concentration in the Fritz Shurmur Center for Teacher Development. McDonald is the child of David McDonald and Shannon McDonald of Schoolcraft and is a graduate of Schoolcraft High School.

This article originally appeared on Sturgis Journal: Legal services available for St. Joseph County seniors

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