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The Milk of Human Kindness

To see a version of a letter being circulated via email, click on this link. Snopes is a good place to check out the stories that are being circulated. Use Snopes to even check out stories that claim to have been verified by Snopes.

Dr. Howard Kelly (1858-1943) was a distinguished physician who was one of the four founding doctors of Johns Hopkins, the first medical research university in the U.S. and arguably one of the finest hospitals anywhere. In 1895 he established the department of Gynecology and Obstetrics at that school. Over the course of his career, he advanced the sciences of gynecology and surgery, both as a teacher and as a practitioner.

It is not his skills as a healer or accomplishments as a medical pioneer that concern us in this tale, though, but rather the account of a years-previous kindness repaid.

According to the biography written by Audrey Davis from knowledge she gained of the doctor through her 20-year friendship with him and through the notebooks and journals he left her upon his death (Dr. Kelly began keeping a diary at the age of 17 while in his junior year of college), the story of the bill paid in full by the glass of milk is true: On a walking trip up through Northern Pennsylvania one spring, Kelly stopped by a small farm house for a drink of cool spring water. A little girl answered his knock and instead of water brought him a glass of fresh milk. After a short friendly visit, he went on his way. Some years later, that same little girl came to him for an operation. Just before she left for home, her bill was brought into the room and across its face was written in a bold hand, "Paid in full with one glass of milk." However, it should be noted that while the story itself is true, it has been greatly embellished to make it a more touching tale. Dr. Kelly was never an impoverished student who ruefully eyed his last dime as hunger set in and he resolved to beg a meal at the next farm house. He was the scion of a relatively well-to-do family, and he did not have to work to put himself through school, let alone by peddling goods door to door. Over and above his education and living expenses, the young scholar received from his family a monthly allowance of $5 for pocket money, his biographer noting of his bank account in those days: "It is amazing how many items of necessity and pleasure those $5 deposits accounted for, and yet there was always an unexpended balance." On his 21st birthday, the future doctor received "checks for $100 from his father and from several aunts," which would have been considered astronomical sums in those days (1879).

The young man did not hold a job, in fact, until the age of 22 - upon being sent to Colorado Springs for his health (he stayed there for a year) and purchasing a horse for $40, he carried the mail for a week to relieve the regular mailman. The future Dr. Kelly came to be tramping about the farmland and woods of Pennsylvania and put himself at that farm house door through his love of nature. His special joy was to hike great distances and study animals in the wild, and indeed he had been headed for a career as a naturalist until his father insisted during his final year of college (1877) that he "divert his talents into a field that offered greater certainty of a livelihood and promised fair financial return." Dr. Kelly did retain his interest in the natural world throughout his life, though, and so he continued to go on such walking trips.

On the day described in the "milk" anecdote, he hadn't been "ready to give up and quit," nor had he been experiencing a spiritual crisis that caused him to doubt the nature of man or God. Throughout his life Howard Kelly was a devout Christian whose faith was as natural to him as breathing. He was neither financially nor spiritually beaten down that day; he was merely a thirsty hiker who thought to ask for a glass of water at a farm he passed.

The Davis biography of Dr. Kelly contains no mention of the "glass of milk" girl's being "critically ill," of her local doctors being "baffled," or of her being sent to Baltimore because she had fallen victim to a "rare disease," as the much-embroidered version of the tale would have it. Indeed, nothing is said of her case to indicate that it was at all unusual, or that her life was in any way in jeopardy.

Other than for Dr. Kelly's writing off her bill for that long-ago glass of milk, her case was not remarkable in the least. As regards his writing off that bill, while Dr. Kelly did charge very high fees for his work (and "suffered extreme criticism" for it, says his biographer), he did so only with patients who could afford it, their payments underwriting the medical care he provided free-of-charge to the less fortunate. By his conservative estimate, in 75% of his cases he neither sought nor received a fee. Moreover, for years he paid the salary of a nurse to visit and care for those of his patients who could not otherwise afford such treatment, thereby providing them with both doctor and nurse without charge. So, to sum up:


* Howard Kelly wasn't a destitute young scholar peddling goods door to door in furtherance of his dream of someday becoming a doctor and so was rescued from overwhelming hunger by a fortuitous glass of milk. He was a thirsty hiker out on one of his many rambles about the countryside to study wildlife. He asked for water at a farm house and was instead given milk.


* The girl who gave the milk to to him later came to him as a patient, but likely not because she was dying or because her condition was unusual.


* Dr. Kelly wrote off her bill, but he did so with three of every four patients he treated. The URL for this page is http://www.snopes.com/glurge/milk.asp .

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I'm wondering how I can go about submitting information about a fun and interesting activity to be posted in your future newsletters. It's an International Folk Dance Club, and I think that many of your readers would find it enjoyable. Pleasse e-mail and tell me what to do. Thanks,
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Hi Peggy Jo:
My name is D.. Last Sunday I attended the All Star Singles at Renaissance Unity Church, What I saw and what the organizers of the event told me, it is a singles and couples event. Could you please verify this and correct your listing if necessary.
Thank You,
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We cover many events and we accept what the organizers say about their events. We appreciate your input and we will publish your email.


  • Monday August 06
  • Monday Night Dancers

    (Monday August 06) Location: Father Patrick O'Kelley K of C. 23663 Park St., Dearborn, MI.

    Singles & Couples Dance Lessons: Beginners 5:30, Intermediate 6:30, Dance Party 7:30-10:30. No dance partner needed. Lessons $5, Dance Party $6. Snacks included. Big Band, Latin, Swing, Fox trot, Waltz, Polka. Contact 313-295-1134. Starts at 7:00 PM..


    Metropolitan Single Professionals

    (Monday August 06) Location: Drakeshire Lanes Lounge . 35000 Grand River, Farmington Hills, MI. 48335 .

    Social euchre No smoking on Mondays. Come anytime from 6:30 pm til 9:30 pm. $6 non members, $5 members . From 06:30 PM to 09:30 PM..

    Blessed is the man who finds wisdom, the man who gains understanding
    Proverbs 3:13
  • Tuesday August 07
  • Success Institute

    A spiritual time you won't forget
    Location: Troy Community Center. 3179 Livernois, Troy, Mi. 248-524-3181.

    Motivational and Spiritual teaching by Doug and Jodi Firebaugh.

    An evening of powerful revelation and transformation, as we share God's word for your success Starts at 07:00 PM

    From 07:00 PM to 08:00 PM.

    Bravissimo

    (Tuesday August 07) Location: Lomanson Lounge Detroit Opera House. 1526 Broadway, Detroit, MI. 48226. 313-237-3270

    Who was Roxane? Ann Duggan, Ph. D. answers the question Tuesday when our popular Cyrano Scholar Series continues with her presentation "Les Precieuses and Cyrano." She will situate Roxane in her cultural milieu--the French salon--and explore the world of the seventeenth-century précieuses, the "precious women" who were the inspiration for Rostand's character, Roxane. Starts at 05:30 PM. Member Price is $15 and guest price is .


    School for Outdoor Leadership Adventureand Recre

    (Tuesday August 07) Location: Colony Hall 21780 Evergreen Southfield, MI Between 8 mile and 9 mile roads

    Meetings are held the first Tuesday of month (unless noted on the calendar) No cost to attend meetings. Must be a dues paid member join SOLAR sponsored trips. Meet like minded people who are a into the outdoors. Starts at 07:30 PM..


    Century Dancers

    (Tuesday August 07) Location: American-Polish Century Club. Just north of Fourteen Mile on the east side of Maple Lane, across from Maple Lane Golf Course. Maple Lane Road becomes an extension of Hoover at Fourteen Mile Road. Polish-American Century Club, just north of Fourteen Mile

    Live Band Ballroom Dancing. (This is not the Polish American Cultural Center which is nearby). Starts at 07:00 PM. Price is $8.00.


    Latin & Argentine Tango Club of Detroit

    (Tuesday August 07) Location: O'Kelly Banquet Hall. 23663 Park, Dearborn, MI.

    Milonga de los Motor City Milongueros Argentine tango lesson at 7:00pm, beginners welcome, no partner required. After the lesson, dance tango, milonga, and vals to the best recorded music of Buenos Aires. Starts at 07:00 PM. Member Price is $10 and guest price is $15.


    Selective Singles Social Club

    (Tuesday August 07) Location: Country Chef. 33145 Dequindre, Troy, MI. North of 14 Mile Rd.

    Join friends for friendly, relaxed breakfast every Tuesday. Contact: Jim at 248-545-2084. Starts at 09:00 AM..


    Classical and Jazz Music Event

    (Tuesday August 07) Location: Andiamo Celebrity Showroom. 7096 East Fourteen Mile Road, Warren, MI. Inside Andiamo Italia

    A RETURN TO P-JAZZ The Johnny Trudell Big Band Jazz. Cash Bar, Light Dinner Menu. Call 586-268-3200. Starts at 07:30 PM. Price is $5.

    At an Optometrist's Office
    "If you don't see what you're looking for, you've come to the right place."

  • Wednesday August 08
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    Festivals and Community Events

    (Wednesday August 08) Location: Downtown Plymouth., Plymouth, MI. .

    Plymouth's Old Village /restaurant Crawl Free Horse and Buggy rides for the kids . Contact : 734-4531549. From 05:30 PM to 08:30 PM..


    Club Red

    (Wednesday August 08) Location: Memphis Smoke. 100 South Main, Royal Oak, MI. Southwest corner of Main and Eleven

    See hot Detroit area bands this summer at a cool venue for a great cause. Announcing the new Club Red Summer Concert Series at Memphis Smoke in Royal Oak to benefit your Home Team American Red Cross in partnership with 89X Radio, 93.9 The River, Memphis Smoke, Real Detroit Weekly & The Social Connection. Starts at 07:00 PM..


    A1 Singles

    (Wednesday August 08) Location: American Polish Cultural Center. 2975 E.Maple Road, Troy, MI. Northwest corner of 15 mile and Dequindre. This is not the American Polish Century Club.

    Lessons by Micheal Beresh. Lessons 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Dance 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM. Couples and Singles welcome. Cost lesson only $10.00,lesson and dance $12.00, dance only $8.00. Information (313)521-6564. Starts at 07:00 PM..


    Festivals and Community Events

    (Wednesday August 08) Location: Shain Park., Birmingham, Michigan. Armenia Fest 2007 is a free event, open to the public. For more information, call (248) 646-7847. .

    First Armenian Festival Armenian music, food and include a Middle East bazaar and marketplace. Ribbon cutting at 6 p.m. will kick off the festivities. Music includes Ara Topouzian and Mal Barsamian along with the Hamazkayin dancers. . From 06:00 PM to 10:00 PM..


    Royal Oak Computer Club

    (Wednesday August 08) Location: Leo Mahany/Harold Meininger Senior Community Center. 3500 Marais , Royal Oak, MI. (248)246-3900 . North of 13 Mile Rd, just south of Lexington Blvd, east of Crooks Rd

    Weekly Meeting Topic: " Smoothing out and implementing what you learned last month on making Outlook Express more efficient and fun - Also , Those Subtle , and not so subtle ,Warning Signs that your Windows is headed for trouble and how to rescue it in time " Speaker Larry Kulp. Starts at 12:30 PM. Price is $1.


    The Scarab Club

    (Wednesday August 08) Location: The Scarab Club. 217 Farnsworth, Detroit, MI. 313-831-1250

    BROWN BAG LUNCH Join us for an informal, bring-your-own luncheon of conversation and fun in the second floor lounge. Starts at 12:00 PM..


    Kirk Singles

    (Wednesday August 08) Location: Shain Park. Martin Street, Birmingham, MI. One block south of Maple Rd., west of Old Woodward.

    Musical treat at free outdoor concerts every Wednesday. Free parking on streets or in City garage one block west. Picnicing optional, bring a blanket or folding chair. We usually sit on the east side of the hedge by the center statue. Starts at 07:00 PM. Price is Free.


    Festivals and Community Events

    (Wednesday August 08) Location: Riverside Gazebo, Downtown Linden

    Music by the Mill - The fourteenth season of Linden's free outdoor summer concert series. Starts at 07:00 PM..

    Discretion will protect you, and understanding will guard you.
    Proverbs 2:11

  • Thursday August 09
  • Downriver Swing Club

    (Thursday August 09) Location: Pier 500 507 Biddle Wyandotte, MI email address is drswing@hotmail.com

    Cool West Coat Patterns for social Dancing! $5.00 for lessson starts at 8:15 till 9:00 Dancing till 1:00 AM. Starts at 08:15 PM. Price is $5.


    GM Ski Club

    (Thursday August 09) Location: Hamlich Park Warren, MI 13 Mile between Ryan and Dequindre

    GMSki Club Monthly General Meeting. C'mon out and join us for a monthly picnic all summer long. Complimentary barbecue hot dogs, side munchies, and beverages are provided. We may even set up a volleyball net, badmitten, or whatever. Starts at 06:30 PM. Member Price is $4 and guest price is $6.


    Somerset Ski & Golf Club

    (Thursday August 09) Location: Huntmore Club.,, MI. I96 W to Exit 147, Left on Spencer, left on Old 23, 4 miles N. left on Estancia Dr. Friendly Course..

    Call for reservations. Call by 8pm Wed for Sun golf and 3 days prior for weekday. Leave name and number. You will be called only if problem. Call to cancel. Arrive 30 min. prior to first tee time. . Contact : Bev 586-573-7151. Starts at 12:40 PM. Price is $22.


    Detroit Edison Ski Club

    (Thursday August 09) Location: The Blarney Stone 27253 Woodward Royal Oak, MI (248) 541-1881

    General membership meetings are open to all members and non-members. Meetings are held every second Thursday of the month at 6:00 p.m. For more information, visit www.dteskiclub.com. Starts at 06:00 PM..


    Single Place

    (Thursday August 09) Location: First Presbyterian Church. 200 East Main Street, Northville, MI. 248-349-0911

    Thursday Night Programs offer a variety of speakers, panels and entertainment. Social time is 7:30pm to 7:45 pm. Opening is 7:45pm to 8:00pm and Program is 8:00PM to 9:00PM. Starts at 07:30 PM. Price is $5.


    Metropolitan Single Professionals

    (Thursday August 09) Location: Big Fish (313) 336-6350 700 Town Center Dr Dearborn

    Everyone is Welcome to Join US Fun & Fine Dining! We will meet in the lounge Anytime between 6:00 and 7:30pm for socializing with dinner afterwards. Starts at 8:00 pm. Order off menu .


    The Scarab Club

    (Thursday August 09) Location: The Scarab Club 217 Farnsworth Detroit, MI 313-831-1250

    Scarab Club Second Thursday Cocktail Party $5 cover charge Cash Bar: Cocktails, Beer & Wine Hors d'oeurves Entertainment. Starts at 7:00 PM..


    PWP- Rochester

    (Thursday August 09) Location: Rivercrest , Avon Rd. between Rochester & Livernois

    Weekly Dance Our very own Tj the DJ plays TOP 40 and Your requests. Starts at 7:00 PM. Member Price is $4 and guest price is $8.


    Metropolitan Single Professionals

    (Thursday August 09) Location: Harding Park Ferndale, MI Just south of I-696 use Exit 17,Take Hilton (South) to Mapledale - turn Right (West).

    VOLLEYBALL IN THE PARK Everyone is welcome to come and play or just socialize. Anytime 6:30 PM - Dusk No alcohol in the park. Starts at 06:30 PM. Price is $2.


    Metropolitan Single Professionals

    (Thursday August 09) Location: Harding Park Ferndale, MI Just south of I-696 use Exit 17,Take Hilton (South) to Mapledale - turn Right (West).

    VOLLEYBALL IN THE PARK Everyone is welcome to come and play or just socialize. Anytime 6:30 PM - Dusk No alcohol in the park. Starts at 06:30 PM. Price is $2.


    Various Dances

    (Thursday August 09) Location: Royal Park Hotel Rochester, MI

    Michigan Senior Olympics DanceSport Competition Categories include American Smooth, American Rhythm, Swing/Hustle, Country Western and Freestyle details here. From 07:00 PM to 11:00 PM. Member Price is $25 and guest price is $0.

    On a Maternity Room door:
    "Push. Push. Push."

  • Friday August 10
  • Copper Creek Golf Club

    (Friday August 10) Location: Copper Creek Golf Club. 12 Mile between Haggerty and Halstead Road.

    DJ JIMMY BARRIOS Great food-drink specials-cash bar. Dancing the Swing, Cha Cha, Hustle, West Coast and more. Outdoors on the patio rain or shine. Every Friday and Saturday. Starts at 07:00 PM. Price is Cash Bar/Menu.


    Thunderbirds Ski Club

    (Friday August 10) Location: IDYL WYLD G.C. 35780 Five Mile Road, Livonia, MI. (734) 464-6325.

    DROP IN GOLF LEAGUE Tee Time 5:00 PM every Friday night Rotates Whispering Willows, Idyl Wylde and Fox Creek. Starts at 04:30 PM..


    Edison Boat Club

    (Friday August 10) Location: Edison Boat Club 100 Lycaste Detroit, MI 313.235-2975 On the river at the foot of Lycaste

    Fish Fry Sailing Singles use your membership cards call 313-235-2976 for reservations. Starts at 05:00 PM..


    Sailing Singles

    (Friday August 10) Location: Troy-Clawson Elks Club 1451 East Big Beaver Troy, MI North side of Big Beaver between Rochester Road and John R

    General Meeting. Meeting 8:00 pm doors open at 7:30. In addition to our meeting we have a Happy Hour, a Dinner of the month, Parties, Moonlight Sails, and Rendezvous all summer. What ia a Rendezvous? You will get all the details at the meeting. Starts at 08:00 PM. Member Price is $5 and guest price is $8.

    Do not set foot on the path of the wicked or walk in the way of evil men. Bbr> Proverbs 4:14
  • Saturday August 11
  • Amber House

    (Saturday August 11) Location: Amber House 7012 E 9 Mile Rd Warren, MI 586-754-3434 2 blocks west of Van Dyke

    2nd Saturday Singles Dance With DJ DICK GERATHY - Includes: Snacks, Hors D'oeuvres and Various Refreshments - ( non alcoholic beer and wine, pop ) - Dressy Casual Top 40 DJ - Cash Bar. Starts at 08:00 PM. Price is $10.


    Arts & Craft Events

    (Saturday August 11) Location: Detroit Community Health Connections. 611 Martin Luther King Boulevard, Detroit, MI. 48209 .

    Under the Big Top Good Health Circus Call 313-640-4411 . Contact : artsandscraps@hotmail.org. From 11:00 AM to 05:00 PM..


    Copper Creek Golf Club

    (Saturday August 11) Location: Copper Creek Golf Club. 12 Mile between Haggerty and Halstead Road.

    DJ JIMMY BARRIOS Great food-drink specials-cash bar. Dancing the Swing, Cha Cha, Hustle, West Coast and more. Outdoors on the patio rain or shine. Every Friday and Saturday. Starts at 07:00 PM. Price is Cash Bar/Menu.


    Festivals and Community Events

    (Saturday August 11) Location: Nauticl Mile., St. Clair Shores, Michigan. From 9 to 10 Mile on Jefferson www.nauticlamile.org 586-772-0650.

    The Nautical Mile Merchants Association invites you to take part in the BOAT PARADE OF LIGHTS GRAND PRIZE this year for the BEST DECORATED BOAT is a TRIP FOR 2 TO CANCUN, MEXICO!!!! . From 09:00 PM to 10:00 PM..


    Lexington Music Theater

    (Saturday August 11) Location: Lexington Music Theater. 7318 Huron Ave, Lexington, MI. 877-4LEXMTC . 65 miles north of Detroit and just twenty minutes north of the Port Huron/Sarnia area on the pristine shores of Lake Huron.

    Starship starring Mickey Thomas 7:00pm & 9:30pm CLICK HERE TO VISIT ARTIST'S WEBSITE . Starts at 07:00 PM..


    Kirk Singles

    (Saturday August 11) Location: Springdale Golf Course 316 Strathmore Road. Birmingham, MI Rain questions call Springdale at 248-644-0480).

    Golf . Non-leisure pass holder - $19 for nine holes, $7.50 P/P for golf cart. To buy a leisure pass, Birmingham residents or in-town workers call 248-645-0731.Questions:Call Rita Morisette, 248-258-9027. Starts at 10:00 AM..


    A1 Singles

    (Saturday August 11) Location: Sterling Chateau Hall. (Social Hall of Holy Ghost Orthodox Church) 38500 Ryan Road, Sterling Heights, MI (between 16 & 17 Mile Road) Parking at rear of building.

    Saturday Singles Dance. $10.00 Includes, Free Pizza, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages. $12.00 includes all above and beer and wine (Limit 4 Drinks). Arrive before 8:30 PM save $2.00. Starts at 07:00 PM..

    On an Electrician's truck:
    "Let us remove your shorts."

  • Sunday August 12
  • U of M Ballroom Dance Club

    (Sunday August 12) Location: Michigan Union S. State & S. University Ann Arbor, MI

    Dance lessons 5-6pm Fox Trot 6-7pm Rhumba 7-8pm Waltz 8-10 Open Dance. Members-only , we welcome newcomers to try us on for size $3 one evening $25 semester $50 per year More information on web site. Starts at 7:00 PM..


    All Star Singles

    (Sunday August 12) Location: Renaissance Unity Social Hall. 11200 E. Eleven Mile, Warren, MI. Formerly Church of Today.East bound I 696 Service Drive ( Between Van Dyke and Hoover)

    Dance Lesson 4-5 Dance Party 5-8 both for $12. Starts at 04:00 PM. Price is $12.


    Somerset Ski & Golf Club

    (Sunday August 12) Location: Beaver Creek. Rochester Rd N to Stoney Creek Rd. Turn West, between 31 and 32 Mile Rds. Friendly Course..

    Call for reservations. Call by 8pm Wed for Sun golf and 3 days prior for weekday. Leave name and number. You will be called only if problem. Call to cancel. Arrive 30 min. prior to first tee time. Foursomes will be by draw. . Contact : Bev 586-573-7151. Starts at 11:00 AM. Price is $32.


    Cultural Event

    (Sunday August 12) Location: Palmer Schau Platz in Memorial Park Park Road Frankenmuth, MI 989-652-4958

    Women's Club Summer Concert Series "Johnny & The Cruisers Bring your chair or blanket and enjoy the show. Show time 7:30pm. FREE. Starts at 07:30 PM. Price is Free.


    GM Ski Club

    (Sunday August 12) Location: Jefferson Beach St. Clair Shores, MI

    Sunday Volleyball co-ed for fun and socialization.Great way to enjoy the outdoors and get rid of those extra winter pounds. No charge. Just play for the fun of it. Contact Les Skrzycki by e-mail or by phone at 248-693-1794. Starts at 12:00pm..


    GM Ski Club

    (Sunday August 12) Location: Antons Island Grille , Northwest corner of Big Beaver (16 Mile Rd) and Dequindre

    Meet at Anton's Island Grille for breakfast. Anton's is where life is about the THRILL O' THE GRILL. For a great breakfast and fun with friends, c'mon out and join us and be sure and bring a friend. Starts at 10:00 AM..


    Other Events

    (Sunday August 12) Location: Gayle Shields' House. 2129 Tall Oaks, Troy, MI. 248-641-0287

    Pool Party-No matter what the weather is like. Bring a dish to pass ( don't bring glass) , your own drinks and $5.00 hot-dogs provided. Leave no one behind location Rain, Snow, Sleet or Shine. Starts at 02:00 PM..


    Arts & Craft Events

    (Sunday August 12) Location: Rose Garden Park., Detroit, MI. Warren and Dickerson .

    Family Festival call 313-640-4411 . Contact : artsandscraps@hotmail.org. From 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM..

    Fire tests the purity of silver and gold, but a person is tested by being praised.
    Proverbs 27:21
  • Saturday August 11
  • Somerset Ski & Golf Club

    (Saturday August 11) Location: Ed Leonard's Home 30650 Pearridge Rd. Farmington Hills, MI 248-855-5704 In the area of Farmington and W. 14 Mile Rd's. Pearridge is off of 14 Mile Rd.

    Country Western Summer Picnic. Dress in Western attire. Food and games. Bring bathing suit, towel, chair, and your own beverage. Dinner at 2:00pm. Bonfire and sing along in the evening. Everyone welcome! Invite friends. Contact : Isabel 586-532-1497. Starts at 12:00 PM. Member Price is $18.00 and guest price is $21.00. Reserve by 2007-08-04.

    At a Towing company: "We don't charge an arm and a leg. We want tows."
  • Monday September 03
  • Somerset Ski & Golf Club

    (Monday September 03) Location: Walk the Big Mac Mackinaw City, MI Bus departs from Civic Center on Big Beaver in Troy at 5:00am (sharp) and returns the same day around 10:00pm.

    Invite all of your friends and family. This is the 50th anniversary of the Big Mac Bridge. So, come and participate

  • August 18 ,Jazz on Orchard Lake
  • Location; Orchard Lake St Mary's Campus 3535 Indian Trail Orchard Lake, MI

    All the traditional features including; fine restaurants, jazz music with an outdoor setting on the St. Mary's campus are in place. They will have the St. Mary's Jazz band play a few notes on the side during the restaurant sampling to share some of the influence the event. Additionally, they are providing a full service Vegas Night in the courtyard gym with full decor and amenities for those that would like a littel longer evening.

    4pm-6pm Strolling Restaurant Promenade 6pm-8pm Live Jazz Concert Alexander Zonjic & Special Guests including internationally renowned Jazz pianist, Keiko Matsui 7pm-1am Vegas Night

    Tickets can be purchased via telephone at 248-432-2810 or on the web at www.jazzonorchardlake.org

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