Lumber City Base Ball Club



5/2 at Richmond Bees
5/9 at Saginaw Old Golds
5/23 Wyandot Stars
5/30 at Fallsburg Flats
5/31 Bay City Monitors
6/6 at Rochester Grangers
6/14 at Wahoo Club of Royal Oak
6/20 Detroit Early Risers
6/27 Mt. Clemons Regulars
7/11 Richmond Bees
7/12 at Wyandot Stars
7/18 at Vintage Base Ball Days at Historic Fort Wayne
7/25 Rochester Grangers (at Camp Copneconic)
8/1 at Sydney Stars
8/8 Fallsburg Flats
8/30 at Mt. Clemens Regulars
9/5 Saginaw Old Golds
9/12 at Saginaw Old Golds
9/19 at Bay City Monitors
9/26 Sydney Stars

All games start at 2:00pm. Home games are played on the UM-Flint campus near the William White Building, unless otherwise stated.

For more information please contact Dr. Thomas Henthorn ( or 810-762-3366).

The Arab American Experience in Flint

Arab Americans have lived and worked in Flint, Michigan and its surrounding communities since the end of the nineteenth century. Despite their contributions to industry, the arts, and medicine, scant research has been conducted on the Arab American experience in Flint. This oral history project seeks to add to the diversity of experiences of people in Flint Michigan by collecting the stories of Arab Americans living in Genesee County, Michigan. 

Students conducted the interviews as one of their assignments for History 381, Gods of the City: Religion and the Urban Landscape. In addition to understanding the diverse contributions Arab-Americans have made to life in Flint, students were also interested in understanding the religious landscape of Arab Americans in Flint – especially post 9/11.

The interviews contained on this page were made possible through a partnership with the Department of History and the Arab American Heritage Council of Flint.

Click here to see interviews.

Mona Sahouri
Executive Director
The Arab American Heritage Council