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Mayor Karen Weaver To Headline Mott, Motown & More

Tickets are going fast for the “Mott, Motown & More” celebrity lip sync show, the Flint area’s longest-running lip sync review. This year there is an exciting lineup of acts, including Flint Mayor Karen Williams Weaver, among others.

Isaiah M. Oliver, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Community Foundation of Greater Flint, and his wife, Shay, performed at Mott, Motown & More.
David Smith, Vice President of Skaff Carpet & Furniture Company, longtime emcee of the show, will be joined by DJ AJ from WCRZ-FM (Cars 108), to serve as Mott, Motown & More co-emcee this year. ELGA Credit Union is the title sponsor for Mott, Motown & More.
Performances will be Thursday, May 9, and Friday, May 10, at 7 p.m., in the Mott Memorial Building Auditorium on the Mott Community College (MCC) campus in Flint.
Tickets are $30 per person and available for purchase, but seating is limited. Discounted tickets for students at $10 per person are available for Thursday’s show only. To purchase tickets, call the Foundation for Mott Community College at (810) 762-0425 or visit All proceeds go toward assisting students with their academic goals at MCC.
Mott, Motown & More features performances by a host of local celebrities, members of the community as well as MCC staffers, lip-synching to recordings from Motown and other record companies. It has become a hot-ticket item for many, and a must-see event for others.
“We’re so pleased to be back for the 13th year,” said Lennetta Coney, President of The Foundation for Mott Community College. “Mott, Motown & More continues to be well-received by the community and we’re so appreciative of the volunteers who perform in the show for us.”
Interpreting services for the deaf and hard of hearing will be provided by MCC’s Sign Language Interpreter Training Program Student Interns, and Certified Supervising Interpreters.
For tickets or more information, please call (810) 762-0425 or visit

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