Dino’s Restaurant & Lounge, located at 22740 Woodward Avenue in Ferndale, Michigan, will park their catering truck in front of the restaurant in attempt to fill it with new or gently used coats sized (boys and girls) small-XXL, to replace 500 coats that were destroyed when water came through a damaged roof and settled on this year’s supply of coats that were slated to be given to children who are housed at Oakland County Children’s Village shelter “Mandy’s Place.”
To hear what candidates had to say, see the video below which was filmed for CFF by Keith Dalton.
Voters will be asked to choose from three candidates for two open seats.
Citizens for Fair Ferndale hosted a forum on Oct. 23, 2011 for the upcoming Nov. 8 elections. Current Mayor Dave Coulter and Ray Willis are running for the Mayor position.
Occupy Detroit followed on October 14, conceived at the first General Assembly at Spirit of Hope Church on Trumbull on October 10. The first event was attended by approximately a thousand people, workers and students and community from this city of industry, where once powerful factories controlled the pulse of the city but now the people are wrapped in poverty.
Residents in the neighborhood of the Marie Tot Park, on Kensington between 8 Mile and Fielding, can rest assured that the death in the park on October 23, 2011 was not the work of a violent criminal, but the result of a suicide.
Ferndale merchants are preparing for the Halloween season, with traditional spooky-themed costumes, decorations, candies and foods in preparation for Halloween, Day of the Dead, and the changing of the seasons in general.
Members of the Marine Corps League voluntarily render assistance to all current and former Marines and to their widows and orphans, and work to perpetuate the history of the Marine Corps by observing the anniversaries of historical occasions of particular interest to Marines.
Regarding the accident. We have a vehicle description given by eye witness statements…
On Oct. 15 McMann spoke at the Ferndale Public Library. She read the first chapter of her latest book, The Unwanteds.
Judy Lewis of the Jewish Gay Network has a vision of unity in the LGBT community. She and representatives of over 30 organizations hosted a large Coming Out for Equality Event on Oct 11 at Level One Bank in Ferndale.
Got a hankering for some knowledge? Your neighborhood professor has got you covered! Beginning Nov. 2, the Ferndale Public Library will launch a three-month program featuring local professors speaking on an area of their expertise. The free program is designed to bring the professor to the public in an informal environment.
Bodacious babes from all over Ferndale showed up at this 21 and over event, donning gowns from the bygone era of Cinderella shoulders, rad neon fabrics, crazy animal prints, and poofy hair. The men were equally en vogue, especially
The Ignash Family is missing a striped Tabby named Kwyibo. The “inside” cat got out on Oct 16 and has not returned.
The Ferndale Area Chamber Commerce hosted a Candidate’s Forum on Oct. 12, 2011. Business owners came together to meet the candidates for Mayor and City Council and find out what they had to say about interacting with the business community.
The group has been active since 1931 and there are now over 30 members. Members do not need to be experts, though many have gardens of breathtaking beauty, and some are even certified Master Gardeners.
Camp Casey Fest is in full swing, but also in full wind. The day-long festival to raise money so that kids with cancer can enjoy time with horses is taking place until 11pm, with plenty of fun, shopping and music. Country music star Josh Gracin is headlining the event, and he is expected to take the stage at 8:30pm.
It appears the driver of the vehicle was not at fault, but still fled the scene. This person who may have panicked should minimize the situation by contacting the Ferndale Police Department at 248-541-3650.
Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation will hold a donor recruitment drive to register potential bone marrow donors for its worldwide registry at Camp Casey Fest. The drive will benefit children who have been diagnosed with cancer. The event, scheduled on October 15 on East 9 Mile between Woodward and Bermuda, will run from 11 AM to 5 PM.
And she was right. Among nearly 30 applicants, Pohjola stood out as someone creative, passionate, and as eager to enjoy Ferndale’s newly renovated, eco-friendly Library as the people in the community who helped make the project possible. After a series of interviews The Library Board hired Pohjola..