Monday, March 11, 2013
Support the New Baltimore library at the local fast-food restaurant.
MacDonald Public Library is partnering with McDonald’s in New Baltimore for a fund-raiser this month. From 4-7 p.m. March 19, 10 percent of purchases at the fast-food restaurant at 35899 Green Street will benefit the library. For more information, visit the library website.
Thursday, January 24, 2013
View the lineup for the three-day event in downtown New Baltimore.
- LOCAL CONNECTIONS
Thursday, January 24
The 20th Annual New Baltimore Lions Club Winterfest is a three-day fundraiser that takes place in downtown New Baltimore, most prominently along Washington Street overlooking Anchor Bay. For more information, visit www.newbaltimorelions.com or call 586-873-9160.
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Ten percent of the proceeds will benefit the New Baltimore library 4-7 p.m. Jan. 22.
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Emergency Restoration employees will be collecting donations Thursday through Sunday at Troy Family Daze for the family of West Bloomfield Police Officer Patrick O'Rourke, who was killed Sunday night in the line of duty.
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- Jen Anesi
Thursday, September 13, 2012
In the wake of West Bloomfield Police officer Patrick O'Rourke's tragic death, a memorial trust fund has been created for the decorated officer's family. And to help jump start the trust fund, Emergency Restoration owner John David said his company, which is sponsoring this year's Troy Family Daze fireworks display on Saturday, is going to be working all weekend to raise $10,000 for O'Rourke's family. "We have two booths at Troy Family Daze, and we're going to be sponsoring the West Bloomfield Police Officer," David said. "We need help. I need people to stop by our booth, and I’m having the company donate t-shirts with his name on the front and pictures on the back.” O'Rourke, 39, of Fenton, was killed Sunday night in the line of duty by a…
Thursday, March 15, 2012
A spaghetti dinner fundraiser was held Wednesday, March 14 in Chesterfield Township to benefit the family of late Anchor Bay Middle School North student Kyle Halcomb.
Community members gathered Wednesday to support the family of Kyle Halcomb, an 11-year-old Anchor Bay Middle School North sixth grader who died last month from injuries sustained in a multi-vehicle accident in Chesterfield Township. The Maconce Elementary PTO sponsored a spaghetti fundraiser at the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge on 24 Mile Road in effort to lend support to Kyle’s family and friends. Kyle had big dreams, even bigger heart Billie Halcomb, of Casco Township, and Karen Sherman, of Port Huron, are coping with the loss of their son more than a month after the minivan Kyle was riding in along with four siblings and his stepmother was struck by two vehicles at the 26 Mile and County Line intersection. “The days just seem to kind …
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
The 11-year-old Anchor Bay Middle School North student suffered fatal injuries last month in a car accident in Chesterfield Township.
A fundraiser is set this month in honor of 11-year-old Kyle Halcomb who lived in Casco Township and attended Anchor Bay Schools. Kyle, a sixth-grader at Anchor Bay Middle School North, passed last month from injuries sustained in a car accident two days prior in Chesterfield Township. His two younger siblings attend Maconce Elementary in the district and his two older siblings are Middle School North students. The fundraiser is scheduled from 4-8 p.m. March 14 at the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge at 33845 24 Mile Road in Chesterfield Township. The dinner by donation will include spaghetti, salad, bread and soft drinks. The event features 50/50 raffles, basket raffles and more. Everyone is welcome to attend the dinner and support the …
Saturday, February 18, 2012
The PTO at New Haven’s Endeavour Elementary will dance the night away at ‘Mom Prom’ Friday, Feb. 24 to raise money for the district.
Dozens of local moms will soon be primping in anticipation for the “Totally Awesome Mom Prom,” a 1980s-themed party aimed at raising money for New Haven Community schools. The fundraiser, organized by New Haven’s Endeavour Elementary PTO, is set for 7 p.m.-midnight Friday, Feb. 24 at Salt River on 23 Mile Road. PTO president Tammy McMaster started planning for the big night after seeing news coverage of a Mom Prom organized last year in Canton, a story that received national media attention. “Our goal is to have a good time, raise funds and enjoy a hot meal with good friends,” McMaster said. A $25 ticket gives women 18 years and older access to dinner, dancing, a cash bar, raffles, music provided by Super Charge Sound Station and a chance …
Saturday, November 19, 2011
Great Oaks PTO Ladies' Night Out brought out dedicated moms and an array of vendors Friday night at Zuccaro Banquet and Catering Hall in Chesterfield Township.
Local moms treated themselves to good food, prizes, pampering and shopping at the Great Oaks Elementary PTO Ladies' Night Out Friday evening at Zuccaro Banquets and Catering in Chesterfield Township. Various vendors catered to guests, who were there to support the school, with goods like jewelry, scarves and purses. Express salon services were also readily available, as the staff at G'Alena's Salon of Chesterfield Township offered mini manicures, eyebrow waxing and feather extensions. Chair massages, nutritional products and home good items rounded out the vendor tables while raffle prizes were handed out by PTO volunteers. A dinner and dessert buffet were included with the purchase of an $18 advance ticket or $22 door ticket.
Friday, September 16, 2011
New Baltimore Mayor Larry Smith's fundraiser is scheduled for Friday night at the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 112.
New Baltimore Mayor Larry Smith held an event Friday night in Chesterfield Township to raise money for his campaign fund. Although Smith is running unopposed in the November election, he said he hoped to rebuild his campaign fund to help cover past and future job-related expenses. “People ask me to support different things and all this money has come out of my pocket for the last two years,” Smith explained. “They are all worth while, but I’m just trying to raise a few bucks to put back in my account.” He said he's spent thousands of his own money since taking office for expenses not covered by the city. Smith has served as mayor since 2009, when he defeated incumbent Tom Goldenbogen in the general election. He also serves as president of …
Friday, August 26, 2011
With help from the community, Stevie B's Pizza Buffet is hosting a fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Aug. 31 to benefit Georgetown Apartment tenants.
A fundraiser to help Chesterfield Township residents displaced by a fire is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Aug. 31 at Stevi B's Pizza Buffet. Chesterfield Township police organized the event in cooperation with the community, including the fire department. The event is slated to donate all benefits to the American Red Cross, township police detective Scott Blackwell said Friday. About 50 to 70 Georgetown Apartments tenants lost their homes in a Tuesday evening fire at the complex on 23 Mile near Gratiot. No one was injured in the blaze that ripped through 25 units. Fire officials said Friday no cause has been determined. Township police said the incident does not appear criminal.