There are some amazing noodles being served up in Downtown Royal Oak, at a place called City Ramen.
The group was founded in 1902 and looks to promote good citizenship, supporting education, and promoting and participating in civic activities.
Money raised from the store funds many NCJW|MI projects including the annual Back 2 School Store, Backpack Project for homeless children, blankets for children in hospital and foster care, Kosher meals on wheels, literacy outreach, and social action initiatives such as voter rights advocacy.
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It provides shelter, daily meals, clothing, and comprehensive life skills programs that help individuals find the support, resources and courage to positively change their lives.
Beginning with 12 shirts on March 9, 2018, Preston worked his way up through pop-up shops and community support and now has his own storefront in Pontiac.
The Helen Smith Park will be built on the grounds of the Oxford Township Hall at 300 Dunlap Rd. The park will be completed and open to public this year with activities for all ages.
As you can see, our future is bright. Your county is strong. It’s dedicated to reweaving the fabric of our communities through a wonderful mosaic of relationships.
“It underscores the power of place, connecting people to the outdoors, neighborhoods, structures and history, and encouraging stewardship and care of important historic sites.”
As a reminder, the majority of work will take place from Spring – Fall of this year.
Gino’s is located at 1999 Cass Lake Rd in Keego Harbor. Learn more at http://www.ginospizzakeego.com
It began in 2012, and was celebrated in style on March 6 with a fundraising gala at Regency Banquet Center in Southfield.
At issue is a new business called Puppygram at 28297 Suite B Woodward Ave, just south of 12 Mile Road.
Students in the program come from Berkley, Clawson, Ferndale, Lamphere, Madison, Oak Park and Pontiac Districts.
The Board of Directors has announced that it is seeking applications from qualified organizations who are either Auburn Hills-based or whose agency serves Auburn Hills residents.
When word got out on social media, those in support of the LGBTQ+ community showed up, with a lot more people, and a lot more rainbows in their signage.
While traditional fines will not accumulate, the policy for lost or damaged items will still apply.
“We’re essentially here to make sure Downtown Ferndale keeps its vibe and keeps growing, keeps thriving, and keeps changing with the times,” Stevens said in a recent interview with Oakland County Times.
Herlocher wants the cart to be an extension of how the library can help to serve and provide a space where especially teens feel safe.
In preparation for its 21st season, the Birmingham Farmers Market invites children of all artistic abilities, in kindergarten through eighth grade, to participate in the 2023 tote bag design contest.