Monthly Archives: May 2015

The fun of Sprint & Splash

For the fourth year in a row, my husband and I are participating in Sprint & Splash – a fun, recreational event to benefit Lake St. Clair. No doubt the most beautiful and valuable natural resource in Macomb County, Lake St. … Continue reading

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Sterling Heights Farmers Market to open on June 4

There are many benefits to shopping at a local farmers market, which is why we wanted to establish one in Sterling Heights. Supporting local is an important issue to both business owners and consumers because they see value in it. … Continue reading

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MSUE offers great day camps for kids

All year around, Macomb County MSU Extension 4-H Youth Development offers special educational programs to bring a sense of adventure and fun while learning and gaining life skills to local youth ages 5-19. Most recently, MSU Extension hosted the first … Continue reading

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Come join us for the largest Memorial Day Parade in the country!

As a resident of St. Clair Shores, I have seen the parade both as a spectator watching it and someone who is actually helping to put the event together. Over the last few years in particular, I have been given … Continue reading

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CARE of Southeastern Michigan event pedals toward health

This Sunday, May 17, CARE of Southeastern Michigan is hosting its third annual Bike Path: Pedaling Ahead Toward Health. CARE of Southeastern Michigan’s mission is to educate, link and support individuals, families, businesses and communities affected by family concerns, workplace … Continue reading

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New garden center offers plethora of magnificent Mother’s Day gifts

With Mother’s Day coming up this Sunday, now is the perfect time to shake off the chill and look toward the sunny skies of May. That’s right – it’s time for bright-colored annuals, hanging baskets and even vegetables. The newest … Continue reading

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Warren business serving up locally-sourced Latin American cuisine

Pilar’s Tamales in Warren is offering something really unique in Macomb County – gluten-free Salvadoran food with dairy-free, vegetarian and vegan options. It’s made with many all-natural, free-range and organic ingredients from local Michigan farms. You may have had a … Continue reading

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Waterfront restaurants – just another reason to Make Macomb Your Home!

Winter is finally over, and a few of Macomb County’s finest waterfront establishments are coming out of hibernation! Every year, when the temperatures begin to drop, some restaurants along the lake close for the season. Thankfully, come April, they reopen … Continue reading

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