Subscribe to our blog, http://flintclub.net; YouTube, http://www.youtube.com/user/TheFlintClub ; or Twitter: https://twitter.com/FlintClub
About Flint Club
Flint Club was founded in 2001 as a positive platform for promoting Flint, Michigan and the dedicated organizations and individuals who make it a great place to live, work and play. Founders created the organization as a vehicle for members and non-members to engage in programming which enhances the social fabric of the community. Like Flint, Flint Club has been through a series of evolutions from an organization with a full-time executive director and contract staff to the current organization which is run and administered by volunteers. In 2012, the four member board and other key stakeholders engaged in a planning process with the BEST Project. At that time, the board reviewed the mission, vision and values for the organization and developed key strategies for moving the organization forward and clearly distinguishing it from other community efforts. Flint Club leadership will focus on five organizational goals and three programs in 2012 and 2013 which aim to support the renewed Flint Club mission and community engagement efforts.
Flint Club focuses on promoting Flint through positive stories, community programs and new opportunities to attract and retain committed, talented people who make Flint a flourishing place to live, work and play. Our efforts nurture community pride through an emphasis on Flint’s rich history, the importance of active citizens and sharing positive developments across the city.
We, at Flint Club, believe Flint is a unique, diverse and versatile city with a rich history of reinvention and perseverance. Flint Club aims to ensure talented individuals continue to participate in the city and actively contribute to the transformation of Flint. Flint Club highlights the positive and uplifting events in our community and presents programming that enhances the progress of the city toward becoming great once again. To this end, we collaborate with those who envision Flint as a flourishing city; friendly to