Do you still have nagging questions about the changes that are included in the proposed Charter? Do you need more clarity on the effects these changes will have on you and your neighborhood?
DetCharter is teaming up with the McDougall Hunt Citizens’ District Council to help answer some of these questions. The McDougall Hunt CDC has arranged a community presentation for the residence in their neighborhood but have generously offered to host anyone interested in learning more about the proposed charter.
Please join us Thursday, August 11th from 6 – 8 pm @ the Franklin Wright Settlements (3360 Charlevois @ Elmwood).
This will be the first in a series of presentations we plan to give in the upcoming months leading up to the November vote.
If you have any questions about the presentation please contact us @ email@example.com . no need to register or RSVP; just show up, enjoy the presentation and ask plenty of questions.
We hope to see you there,
The DetCharter Team
We’ll ride around Detroit under the light of the full moon and skip the heat of the sun.
This Fender Bender Detroit ride is open to everyone as we try to raise awareness and have fun riding bikes in the night.
Meet us at the corner of Cass & Forest, in front of the UU Church (First Unitarian Universalist Church of Detroit).
Meet at 10:00pm, ride at 10:30pm.
Rain or (moon)Shine
Bring your bike and your friends! Helmets are cool, protect your head! If you don’t have a helmet, know that your life is worth more than the price of a helmet.
The moon will be bright, (hopefully it’s not cloudy) but it is still required by law that you have a front white light and a rear red reflector. Flashing red light is a bonus for safety as well.
A bicycle or an electric personal assistive mobility device being operated on a roadway between 1/2 hour after sunset and 1/2 hour before sunrise shall be equipped with a lamp on the front which shall emit a white light visible from a distance of at least 500 feet to the front and with a red reflector on the rear which shall be visible from all distances from 100 feet to 600 feet to the rear when directly in front of lawful lower beams of head lamps on a motor vehicle. A lamp emitting a red light visible from a distance of 500 feet to the rear may be used in addition to the red reflector.
Bright and/or reflective clothing is rad, too. Tape a flashlight to your handlebars, ziptie a reflector to the back of your bike, it doesn’t have to look fancy, just make sure you can see and be seen!
If you never ride at night, this is a great opportunity to try it out in a comfortable setting. We can also match you up with someone willing to ride by your place so you don’t have to ride alone to the meeting spot, and have someone ride back to the same area with you following the ride. Send us a message, fenderbenderdetroit[at]gmail[dot]com and we can help set something up. RSVP on facebook.
We are currently working on a route for the ride so let us know where you would like to go! We can try to work it out that we might go through your neighborhood, so please comment with any suggestions. We will end the ride, where it begins, between Midnight and Midnight-thirty.
Ride safe and see you soon!
THE BASICS: MEMORY LOSS, DEMENTIA, ALZHEIMERS
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?
THE ALZHEIMERS ASSOCIATION OF METRO DETROIT
FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 2011 – 12PM – 2PM
ST. PHILIP’S EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH
2884 EAST GRAND BOULEVARD
DETROIT, MI 48202
BROWN BAG IT! BEVERAGE WILL BE PROVIDED
CALL THE CHURCH OFFICE TO REGISTER –313-872-1011
TUE. – FRI. – 10AM- 2PM
The Knight Foundation launched BME (pronounced “Be Me”), a first-of-its-kind effort to celebrate, support, and connect black men and teens across Detroit doing big and small things for our community. Click here for the press release.
Here’s how BME works: during the next 2 months, all Detroiters will submit individual stories that recognize black men and teens making a difference for others in the community; after we gather many hundreds of stories, we’ll celebrate everyone and showcase some of the community’s favorites; then, we’ll ask this vibrant network of black males, “What else might you do in your community?” Knight Foundation will support the community’s favorite ideas for impactful, engaging projects.
For more information visit: bmedetroit.org
Aesthetic Dental Clinique
Dr. Diane I. Hines proudly presents:
The Community Work Program that offers you up to $3000 of FREE dental treatment!
WE HAVE 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
21500 West Eleven Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48076
17701 West McNichols Road
Detroit, MI 48235
- You must be employed and have NO dental insurance
- You must present a Driver’s License or State ID, Social Security Card & Paycheck Stub
- You must provide your supervisor’s phone number
- You must keep all scheduled appointments
- You may have a co pay (payment arrangements are available to everyone)
This is a limited time program so give us a call before it expires!
WE HAVE A $1.00 SPECIAL FOR CHILDREN AGES 3-17 FULL CLEANING AND EXAM
LIMITED TIME PROGRAM
CALL MICHELLE LIVINGSTON @ 313 363-0461
TO MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY OR FAX YOUR INFO TO 734 338-6147
View flier here: Free Dental Work Flyer
Are you a new entrepreneur with an idea for a new business?
Are you ready to test the feasibility of your business idea?
Then, First Step FastTrac© may be for you.
First Step FastTrac© is an intensive multi-day workshop that helps you learn the business basics to test your business idea. At the end of this workshop you will have a feasibility plan that will tell you if your business idea is a “go” or “no go.”
TechTown is offering a First Step FastTrac© workshop series on Saturdays starting August 13, 2011. The ten-session workshop will run from August 13 through October 22 (August 13, 20, 27, September 10, 17, 24, Oct 1, 8, 15, and 22). Each session will be from 9AM – 12PM.
First Step FastTrac© is based on the award-winning FastTrac entrepreneurial training series from the Kauffman Foundation The workshop is valued at up to $750, but through support from the New Economy Initiative and Kauffman Foundation, is available to you for $25. TechTown THRIVE members can enroll for free.
If you are interested in enrolling in First Step FastTrac©, you must submit an application by Monday, August 5. Space is limited and applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Payment will be accepted once your application is reviewed and approved.
If you have any questions about First Step FastTrac©, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (313) 483-1322.
Are you ready to take your game to the next level and become the player and leader that you want to be?
Are you ready to advance your skills both on the court and in the classroom?
Are you ready to “MAKE THE MOVE TO IMPROVE”
Do you want a camp that not only teaches your youth skills that can be used on the court, but skills that can also be used off the court as well?
Do you what a camp that is instructive, interactive, motivational and fun?
Do you want basketball camp that provides all the above and more at a reasonable price?
If you answered yes to those questions, than you are ready to register for the
“MAKE THE MOVE TO IMPROVE 2011 BASKETBALL CAMP”
The Make the Move to Improve Basketball Camp will challenge campers to improve themselves by fostering their overall development and providing them the opportunity to become leaders both on and off the court, by encouraging self-accountability, self-confidence, self-esteem and self-worth, doing so as a result of teaching sportsmanship, responsibility, respect, teamwork and positive thinking. We will stress education first and foremost and will work to install positive fundamentals that encourages youth to strive to do their best, utilizing opportunities to teach youth life-affirming skills, how to think as an individual, how to set and achieve goals and how to use positive thinking.
We look forward to seeing you, so don’t wait cause only 40 spots are available, so hurry in and register, as spaces fill fast!
For more information please contact Coach Kevin at either-
313-493-1761/313-433-5927 or by email at email@example.com
The Make the Move to Improve Basketball Camp is a camp that will teach each camper how to develop the fundamentals necessary to move his/her game to the next level.
The goal of our camp is to teach campers fundamentally sound basketball skills that translate into on the court, game time success.
The Make the Move to Improve Basketball Camp will only host camps for 40 campers at a time, this way we are able to design a program that is both instructive, interactive, motivational and personal, as we strive to teach campers the importance of teamwork, sportsmanship and leadership.
Each day campers will be engaged in skill-building drills that will enhance their skills in the following areas- ball-handling, shooting, passing, defense and moving without the ball.
Not only will campers be instructed on skills to use on the court, but we also stress the importance of the role of education in making the move to improve.
The Make the Move to Improve 2011 Basketball Camp distinguishes itself by going beyond drills, as we will stress the concepts of substance in the play, training, and character by teaching the idea of “commitment to character and objective”.