Monthly Archives: April 2015

Assistant County Executive represents Macomb County in China

 Recently, I was invited to join the St. Clair Shores Lake Shore Public Schools administration (my alma mater) on a trip to China. Metro Detroit has some 18,000 residents who were born in China, and many, many more whose parents … Continue reading

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Local business owner sees success in Macomb County

A few weeks ago, I was loving life, eating pizza from several of the 12 different pizza businesses that came to the Gibraltar Trade Center for the Motor City Pizza Fest: Eastside Showdown competition. While wandering around aimlessly in a … Continue reading

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Macomb County business wants No Roof Left Behind

  As Geri Walsh discovered in 2012, sometimes the simplest things can make such a big difference in life. The Sterling Heights mother of three was struggling. As a single mother of three boys – at the time ages 15, … Continue reading

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McLaren Macomb employees support festival through Team McLaren

Returning for its fifth year, the McLaren Let’s Move Festival of Races is an event we at McLaren Macomb are proud to sponsor. We share a common goal – the promotion of active and healthy lifestyles and ensuring that each … Continue reading

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Getting in the saddle

Trail riding on horseback at Wolcott Mill Metropark Like most city girls growing up, I always wanted a horse. Of course I read all the horse books I could find, classics like Black Beauty, Justin Morgan Had a Horse, all … Continue reading

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What it means to volunteer in Macomb

April 12-18 is Volunteer Appreciation Week Are you a service organization in Macomb County? The Department of Planning & Economic Development wants to hear from you!  Macomb County is a great place to volunteer. However, I only found this out … Continue reading

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Pizza at Last: Discovering Luigis

By: Sandy Baruah Five years ago, upon moving from Washington, D.C. to Detroit, my top dining priority was finding really great pizza. Pizza, after all, is all food groups in one — the perfect food for any occasion. My Detroit … Continue reading

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