AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALCONA COUNTY, Mich. — With kids out of class, many families are no longer able to take advantage of breakfast and lunch being served in school. However, Alcona Schools is managing to still feed their students with their “Grab and Go” program.Bags filled with breakfast and lunch are prepared by mostly staff volunteers and then sent out on school buses, dropping the food off on their normal routes. Each one comes with fruit, vegetables, grain, meat or meat alternative and milk. “We’re doing approximately 650 people so today we’re making approximately 1,300 sandwiches,” said Lead Cook Sarah Roe.Food Service Director with Alcona Schools, Nicholas Cordes says they’re trying to make sure that every student has what they need. “Each of those kids will receive 3 lunch and 3 breakfast,” he said. “As of last week we’ve had about 7,300 meals we were able to distribute and that was a combination of doing the bus routes and also having a quick grab and go for about 2 hours here last Friday.”Cordes also said these meals are not just for Alcona students and others in the area are welcome to put their name on the list. To find out how to get your family on the list, you can call the district office at (989) 736–6212 or email Cordes at firstname.lastname@example.org. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Alcona Community SchoolsContinue ReadingPrevious Read Governor Whitmer’s full stay-at-home orderNext Bay Athletic Club trainer demonstrates ways to stay fit during stay-in-place order
Frank Clark is Kansas City-bound.The Seahawks have agreed to send their star defensive end to the Chiefs, the team officially announced Thursday. “We’re happy to add Frank to our team,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said, via the team’s website. “Competing against him and watching his film, you can see how physical and impressive he is in both the run and the pass game. He’s young and has consistently played at a high level since he entered the league. Congrats to Brett and his team, as well as Frank’s representatives on getting this deal done.”12/23/18 ➡️ 4/25/19 #ChiefsKingdom pic.twitter.com/ZP4mQEMrz6— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) April 25, 2019According to NFL media, Seattle will receive a first-round draft pick in 2019 and a second-round pick in 2020, and the teams also will swap third-round picks this year. In order to facilitate the deal, the franchise-tagged Clark has agreed to a new five-year, $105.5 million contract with $63.5 million guaranteed, ESPN said.Sports Illustrated later broke down those numbers.Detail on Frank Clark’s deal, which has a base of $104 million over 5 years.Cashflow: $10.5M over 1, $43.8M over 2, $62.3M over 3.Full guarantee: $43.8M (another $18.5M triggers early).Injury guarantee: $62.3M.Chiefs also put $1.195M in workout bonuses in Years 1-3.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) April 24, 2019″I feel like I’m good. I wanted to be somewhere where I’m wanted, where I’m appreciated,” Clark told ESPN. “I thank God that KC came in and showed that. … In life you just want to be shown that you are appreciated sometimes and I feel like this was one of those things.”ESPN also reported that one of Clark’s conditions was to be paid more than defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence, who recently inked a $105 million deal with the Cowboys. Since Clark will be getting $63.5 million guaranteed, he will earn more overall.The move comes a little over a month after the Chiefs traded defensive end Dee Ford to the 49ers for a 2020 second-round pick. Clark, 25, was selected by the Seahawks in the second round of the 2015 draft and was slated to earn $17 million on the franchise tag in 2019.He is coming off his most productive season in which he registered a career-high 13 sacks.