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"A Newsletter to Embrace Life and to Encourage both singles and couples Spiritually, Physically, and Mentally to be Active which brings Good Health"
Volume: 10 Issue: 16 September 3, 2012
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" You love what is right and hate what is wrong. Therefore God, your God, has anointed you, pouring out the oil of joy on you more than on anyone else."
Psalm 45:7

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Husband and wife team. They do this so effortlessly, that is

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a dress and heels.

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Bicycle Safety


You ever get upset to suddenly see a bicyclist turning across your path when you're driving your car at night? They are in dark clothing, without lights or reflector ----you notice them just in time to slam on you brakes---
HERE is something to pass around.

 

Tips for Bicyclists
Bicycling is a form of transportation that many people choose to use for both economic and health benefits. Bicyclists may legally ride on Michigan roads, except limited access freeways, and have the same rights and responsibilities as motorists. Respect the right-of-way and share the road with bicyclists. They are vulnerable. Both bicyclists and drivers need to share responsibility for avoiding conflicts and communicate intentions while using the roadway.
Tips for Safe Bicycling
 Always ride in the same direction as other traffic. Never ride against the flow of traffic.

 Obey all traffic laws, including traffic signs, traffic signals and lane markings.
 When riding on the road, stay as far to the right as practical.
 Ride predictably in a straight line of travel.
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 Ride defensively and assume that other drivers do not see you.
 Wear a bicycle safety helmet and light colored or reflective clothing.
 Use the appropriate hand signals when turning, slowing or stopping.
 When entering a roundabout, ride in the center of the lane, traveling at or near the speed of circulating traffic. Bicyclists may also walk their bicycles through the intersection using the roundabout’s pedestrian crosswalks.
 If riding at night, a front white headlight and rear red reflector are required by law.
For more information, please refer to What Every Michigan Bicyclist Must Know and What Every Young Michigan Bicyclist Must Know published by the League of Michigan Bicyclists.
Tips for Sharing the Road with Bicyclists
 Be courteous to bicyclists and share the road safely with them.
 Do not follow bicycles closely. They can stop and maneuver quickly. Be prepared for a bicyclist to swerve to avoid a road hazard.
 When parking your vehicle, check your mirrors before opening your door. Opening a vehicle door in the path of a bicyclist is dangerous and illegal.
When passing a bicyclist:
 If there is oncoming traffic, slow down and wait to pass when traffic clears.
 Do not attempt to “squeeze by.” Leave sufficient space between you and the bicyclist – at least 3 feet is recommended between your side mirror and the bicyclist. Allow more space, at least 5 feet is recommended, for higher speed roads or if a group of bicyclists is present. When driving a larger vehicle, leave extra room to accommodate for extended wheel
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wells, mirrors or other equipment that can interfere with a bicyclist.
 Check carefully for bicyclists in your blind spots by glancing over your shoulder and using your rear and side view mirrors, use your turn signals and allow adequate room to pass.
 Return to the lane when the bicyclist can clearly be seen in the rearview mirror.
 A fast moving vehicle creates a lot of airflow and draft around it. Be mindful that your vehicle’s “wind blast” can startle or even knock a bicyclist off balance, increasing the risks of a crash.
 Avoid blasting the horn, as loud noises can surprise the bicyclist and may cause a crash.
When turning and at intersections:
 Watch for oncoming bicyclists and other small vehicles. Their smaller size can make it difficult to judge their distance and speed.
 At intersections, treat bicyclists the same as any other vehicle, yield as appropriate especially when they are turning left in front on you.
 Before turning right at an intersection, into a driveway, or pulling off the road, check for bicyclists coming up from behind on the shoulder of the road or in a bicycle lane. As appropriate, yield and allow them to pass before turning. Do not overtake a bicyclist and turn right unless it is safe to do so.
 Obey all lane markings. Do not use a bicycle lane as a passing or turning lane

MICHIGAN VEHICLE CODE (EXCERPT)
Act 300 of 1949

257.662 Bicycles or electric personal assistive mobility device; equipment; violation as civil infraction.
Sec. 662.
(1) A bicycle or an electric personal assistive mobility device being operated on a roadway between 1/2 hour after sunset and 1/2 hour before sunrise shall be equipped with a lamp on the front which shall emit a white light visible from a distance of at least 500 feet to the front and with a red reflector on the rear which shall be visible from all distances from 100 feet to 600 feet to the rear when directly in front of lawful lower beams of head lamps on a motor vehicle. A lamp emitting a red light visible from a distance of 500 feet to the rear may be used in addition to the red reflector.
(2) A bicycle shall be equipped with a brake which will enable the operator to make the braked wheels skid on dry, level, clean pavement.
(3) An electric personal assistive mobility device shall enable the operator to bring it to a controlled stop.
(4) A person shall not sell, offer for sale, or deliver for sale in this state a bicycle or a pedal for use on a bicycle, either of which was manufactured after January 1, 1976, unless it is equipped with a type of reflex reflector located on the front and rear surfaces of the pedal. The reflector elements may be either integral with the construction of the pedal or mechanically attached, but shall be sufficiently recessed from the edge of the pedal, or of the reflector housing, to prevent contact of the reflector element with a flat surface placed in contact with the edge of the pedal. The pedal reflectors shall be visible from the front and rear of the bicycle during the nighttime from a distance of 200 feet when directly exposed to the lower beam head lamps of a motor vehicle.
(5) A person shall not sell, offer for sale, or deliver for sale in this state a bicycle manufactured after January 1, 1976 or an electric personal assistive mobility device unless it is equipped with either tires which have reflective sidewalls or with wide-angle prismatic spoke reflectors. If the bicycle or the electric personal assistive mobility device is manufactured with reflective sidewalls, the reflective portion of the sidewall shall form a continuous circle on the sidewall, and may not be removed from the tire without removal of tire material. If the bicycle is equipped with wide-angle prismatic spoke reflectors, the reflectors of the front wheel shall be essentially colorless or amber, and the reflectors on the rear wheel shall be essentially colorless or red. Reflective sidewalls or spoke reflectors shall cause the bicycle to be visible from all distances from 100 feet to 600 feet when viewed under lawful low beam motor vehicle head lamps under normal atmospheric conditions.
(6) A person who violates subsection (1) or (2) is responsible for a civil infraction.

 

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MON. Sep. 3 Events

Labor Day All events may not take place as scheduled. Check with the organization sponsoring the event.


Bridge Walk
Festivals and Community Events

MON 2012-09-03
The walk begins at 7:00 a.m. You may START walking anytime after the Governor's party starts the walk at approximately 7:00 a.m. NO ONE WILL BE PERMITTED TO START AFTER 11:00 a.m., so ARRIVE EARL
.. Location: Mackinack Bridge. St. Ignace, MI. .
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Pool Party

MON 2012-09-03
Gayle is having a Pool Party. Rain or Shine- leave no one behind. Bring your own drinks and a dish to pass.
Starts at 2:30 PM.. Location: Gayle Shields' House. 2129 Tall Oaks, Troy, Mi.
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Detroit's Labor Day Parade
Festivals and Community Events

MON 2012-09-03
Labor Day Parade ends at Hart Plaza for a Rally
Starts at 9:30 AM.. Location: Downtown Detroit. .
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Clarkston's Labor Day Parade
Festivals and Community Events

MON 2012-09-03
Monday, September 7th at 10 AM. The Labor Day parade route will be Church Street to Main Street, north through downtown Clarkston to Miller Rd. This year's parade theme will be 'Michigan Automobiles''Back to the Classics'. The Clarkston Rotary is proud of its 69 years of sponsoring the Labor Day parade.
Starts at 10:00 AM.. Location: Downtown Clarkston. .
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Golf at Fern Hill
Bethany East

Reserve by 2012-08-31 for MON 2012-09-03
Fall is approaching so come out and enjoy golfing with friends. Cost $10 and includes the cart. Contact: Phyllis (586) 286-1711
Starts at 10:00 AM. Price is $10.00. Location: Fern Hill Golf & Country Club. 17600 Clinton River Rd., Clinton Township, MI. (586) 286-1700 North of Metro Parkway and east of Hayes.
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Volleyball - EARLIER TIME
Ann Arbor Ski Club

MON 2012-09-03
EARLIER TIME! All are welcome to drop by and play. Burns Park is located on the corner of Wells and Baldwin Streets, approx. 1 mile northeast of the intersection of Stadium and Packard Blvds. Questions? Contact Fred Rhine (734) 429-5024 or fredpr2009@yahoo.com
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From 5:00pm to 8:00pm.. Location: Burns Park.Wells and Baldwin,Ann Arbor,Mi.
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" 22You were taught, with regard to your former way of life, to put off your old self, which is being corrupted by its deceitful desires ;23 to be made new in the attitude of your minds; 24 and to put on the new self, created to be like God in true righteousness and holiness. "
Ephesians 4:22-24

 

TUE. Sep. 4 Events

Success Institute

An evening of powerful revelation and transformation, as we share God's word for your success Teaching by the well known motivational speakers Doug Firebaugh and his wife Jodi. Starts at 7:00 PM.

Location: Troy Community Center 3179 Livernois Troy, MI 248-524-3181
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S.O.A.R. (Singles Outreach and Renewal) Meetup
S.O.A.R. (Singles Outreach and Renewal)

TUE 2012-09-04
Food & Fellowship. Join us at this is Panera Cares location'a non-profit community cafe that accepts payments in the form of donations. Each item on the menu is listed with a suggested donation amount. Panera Cares has patio seating, free WiFi and a diverse menu.
Submitted by: Lynn
Starts at 6:00 PM . Price is free . Location: Panera Bread. 22208 Michigan Ave, Dearborn , MI . 313-271-3301
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Swing and Sway Dance the Night Away
Various Dances

TUE 2012-09-04
Single-Couples-Groups All Ages Welcome Cash Bar
Submitted by: Norm Golembiewski
Starts at 7:30 PM . Member Price is $7.00 Admission and guest price is . Location: Century Banquet Center. 33204 Maple Lane (14 & Hoover), Sterling Heights , MI . 48312 586 264 7990 American-Polishcenturyclub.com
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Council Meeting
Metropolitan Detroit Ski Council

TUE 2012-09-04
Monthly Meeting. everyone is welcome to attend but only recognized Delegates may vote on any issues. We meet in a private room and a cash bar is available, or you can show up earlier and enjoy some great pizza! .
Starts at 7:30 PM.. Location: Warrilow's. 2140 Hilton Rd., Ferndale, MI. 48220 .
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DCS Volleyball
Catholic Alumni Club

TUE 2012-09-04
Every Tuesday in September at 6:30 PM - Volleyball - Meet DCS at Butcher Park on Martin (11½ Mile) Rd. between Ryan & Mound in Warren for volleyball. Spectators welcome. DCS offers events for singles and married couples regardless of faith. For a complete listing of their events or for more information on the following events, call the DCS hotline at 248-988-6421.
Submitted by: Ray Previ. via Google Calendar
From 6:30pm to 9:00pm.. Location: Butcher Park.4700 Martin Road,Warren,Mi.48092
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WED. Sep. 5 Events

Meet and Greet- Brownie's on the Lake
Somerset Singles Social, Ski & Golf Club

WED 2012-09-05
Join us at a premier restaurant on Lake St. Clair. Sample some of their delicious seafood,appetizers, and entrees. Mingle with friends on the deck or just watch the boats and enjoy the Tiki Bar. Contact: Suzanne Mueller 586-781-6939 Sandy Kush 586-438-
Starts at 4:30 PM. Price is Cash Bar. Location: Brownie's on the Lake. 24214 Jefferson Avenue, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48030 Just north of Nine Mile on the water. For further info go to www.sssgc.net.
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Wednesday evening dance and social gathering
Various Dances

WED 2012-09-05
Our Wednesday dance and social activities welcome senior singles and couples. It has been serving the senior population of Rochester and surrounding areas for 15 years and most recently used the ballroom facilities of the Rochester Elks until That organization sold its building. We utilize a four piece orchestra, playing music of the 30's 40's and 50's and provide refreshments during the mid break. A small fee is assessed at the door.
Submitted by: Charlie Eckhout
Starts at 6:30 . Price is $7.00 per person . Location: Rochester Eagles. 650 Woodward Street, Rochester , MI . 586 463 3980
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Eat Out at The Master's
Bethany East

WED 2012-09-05
Come out for a casual dinner and make new friends. Contact: Kevin (586) 777-0530
Starts at 6:30 PM. Price is cost on your own. Location: The Master's Restaurant. 1775 E. 13 Mile Rd., Madison Heights, MI. (248) 588-0915 Just west of Dequindre.
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THU. Sep. 6 Events

Fairlane Ballroom Dance Club

THU 2012-09-06
Ballroom dance Fox Trots, Waltz, Swings, all Latin, line dance and we have 2 mixers an evening, every Thursday to live bands. We sit at tables of eight so we can socialize as well as dance. We serve snacks with Coffee & Tea during the dance and break at 9:00pm for a variety of desserts. For information call Jean at 734-516-0500.
Submitted by: Jean M. Orleans
Starts at 7:30 PM . Member Price is $7.00 and guest price is $8.00 . Location: Pvt John Lyskawa VFW Hall. 6840 Waverly, Dearborn Heights , MI . 48127 734-516-0500 olgertsg@hotmail.com
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Visual Storytelling and Content Marketing
Business and Professional Event

THU 2012-09-06
Charlie Wollborg, as Chief Troublemaker at Curve Detroit Marketing Strategy and Creative Design, argues that social media is not going to be a specialty much longer - do you see many telephone gurus making the rounds? Social tools will continue to come and go, but corporate storytelling and content marketing are the big opportunities for marketers and communicators to master long term. Through photos, videos, words and audio, your client's brand story can be shared in unlimited ways. He'll share a few insights on telling your brand story, cultivate fans and sparking devotion. You'll leave this session with a head full of fresh ideas and a smile on your face. Please register for this free event by contacting Joan Carleton at macINC@oakland.edu or (586) 884-9324 . Non-Member Price $0.00
From 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM.. Location: Macomb-OU INCubator at Velocity City. 6633 Eighteen Mile Road, Sterling Heights, MI.12:00
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APACC PM - Informal Networking Event
Business and Professional Event

THU 2012-09-06
Hosted by: HTC Global Services, Inc. APACC PM event provides opportunities for businesses to build relationships and generate new contacts for business expansion and/or diversification. Share what your business has to offer during our popular Round Robin session! Registration Fees: $0-$20 APACC Enterprise and Corporate Members - Complimentary Admission APACC Individual, Non-Profit, Entrepreneur Members - $10.00 APACC Strategic Partner "Level One" Members - $10.00 Non-APACC Members - $20.00 To register online, please visit www.apacc.net or contact Sarah Lalone at sarah@apacc.net or 248-844-4100 Additional Information Member Price $20.00 Non-Member Price $0
From 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.. Location: HTC Global Services, Inc. 3270 West Big Beaver Road Troy, MI. 48084
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Sketch Session Short Pose
Scarab Club

THU 2012-09-06
Popularly know at the club as "sketch classes", these non-instructional opportunities for artists to draw and paint from live models welcome all artists. Materials: Bring a pad of drawing paper or stretched canvas and your favorite drawing and/or painting supplies. Free to members & students with current ID. Non-members $10 Must register three weeks in advance for life drawing sessions. Please call 313-831-1250
Submitted by: Christine Renner Via Google Calendar
From 7:00pm to 10:00pm.. Location: Scarab Club. 217 Farnsworth, Detroit, Mi.48202 313-831-1250
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Anchor Bay Chamber Annual Membership Meeting & Community Upd
Business and Professional Event

THU 2012-09-06
Host/Company: Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce & Industry Doors open at 7:30 am with continental breakfast. Program starts at 8:00 am with comments from Chamber President Lisa Edwards on her past year accomplishments and future events. Supervisor of Chesterfield Township, Mayor of New Baltimore, Supervisor of Ira Township and Supervisor of Lenox Township will share what is new and exciting happening in their communities. Additional Information Member Price $15.00 Non-Member Price $15.00 Contact Lisa Edwards, ABCC President Contact Phone (586) 731-5400 ext. 13 Contact Email ledwards@shrcci.com
From 7:30 am to 9:30 am.. Location: Chesterfield Township Municipal Office. 47275 Sugarbush, Chesterfield Township, Mi.
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GENERAL MEETING
Ann Arbor Ski Club

THU 2012-09-06
Season Kick-Off! Brief meeting followed by trip and event sign-ups, music, mingling and more!
Submitted by: Google Calendar
From 7:30pm to 10:30pm.. Location: Cobblestone Farm Center.2781 Packard,Ann Arbor,MI.48108
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Foibles
McCabe Music

THU 2012-09-06
Weekly Acoustic Guitar
Starts at 8:00 PM .. Location: St Cece's Pub. 1426 Bagley, Detroit, MI. 48126 .
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Health Care Reform: Where you Need To Be Now
Business and Professional Event

THU 2012-09-06
To better explain the requirements and regulations of the "Affordable Care Act," AdminPro and BenePro are hosting an informational presentation and networking breakfast at Automation Alley in Troy, Michigan on September 6, 2012. Kristopher Powell, CEO of both firms, will lead a presentation covering different topics of concern for businesses in the upcoming health plan year, including determining the real cost of this legislation as well as integrating businesses' systems to prepare. Carol Taylor, UBA Legislation Liason, will also take part in the presentation to give a more complete understanding of PPACA and its impact coming into 2013-2014. Come and determine the real cost, the real regulations, and what you should be doing right now to prepare. Date: September 6, 2012 Networking & Breakfast: 8:15am - 8:45am Presentation: 8:45am - 10:30am Topics Will Include: - Pay Or Play: Determining Your Real Cost - Update on Regulations - Peering into 2013-2014 and its Impact - Integrating Your Systems Now to Make Compliance Easier - Strategies and Loopholes Please RSVP to Erin Faszczewski by August 30th at erin@benepro.com or 248-581-0279 . Member Price $0.00 Non-Member Price
From 8:15 am to 10:30 AM.. Location: Automation Alley. 2675 Bellingham,Troy, MI.
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FRI. Sep. 7 Events

First Fridays at the DIA
Detroit Institute of Arts

FRI 2012-09-07
First Fridays Music from a variety of cultures in the World Music series, artist demonstrations, drawing in the galleries for all ages, museum tours and drop in workshops.
Starts at 7:00 PM.. Location: Detroit Institute of Arts. 5200 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI. 313.833.7900 More here
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Friday Night Milonga-Open Dance (lesson included)
Argentine Tango Club of Detroit

FRI 2012-09-07
We are a warm, friendly and very enthusiastic community of dancers located in the Detroit Metropolitan area. Whether you are beginning or advanced, we welcome you to come join us. Group classes and milongas are offered each week where you can enjoy the fun and excitement of learning to dance while socializing with new friends.
Submitted by: Lori Burton
Starts at 8: PM . Member Price is Free with purchase and guest price is $15.00 . Location: Argentine Tango Detroit. 7758 Auburn, Utica , MI . 48317 586-254-0560 http://www.argentinetangodetroit.com lori@argentinetangodetroit.com
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Wonders of the World
Festivals and Community Events

Week end of 2012-09-07
Renaissance Festival Live Armored Joust; Magical Children's Realm! Over 190 Master Artisans Food fit for a King Live Entertainment
Starts at 10:00 AM.. Location: Renaissance Festival Grounds. 12500 Dixie Highway, Holly, MI. 48442 800-6014848 web http://www.michrenfest.com .
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Reception - Nancy Mitchnick
Scarab Club

FRI 2012-09-07

Submitted by: Christine Renner Via Google Calendar
From 6:00pm to 9:00pm.. Location: Scarab Club. 217 Farnsworth, Detroit, Mi.48202 313-831-1250
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Mountain Biking
Ann Arbor Ski Club

FRI 2012-09-07
For more details, contact Shawn Hughes at sh@shawn.hughes.name
Submitted by: Google Calendar
From 6:30pm to 8:30pm.. Location: Call for Directions
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Karl’s Cabin Dinner & Dueling Pianos
Ann Arbor Ski Club

FRI 2012-09-07
Dinner at 7:30 pm & is limited to 20 people. $5 cover for dueling pianos at 9pm even if you eat. To be guaranteed a seat it is required to eat dinner as they will take our empty seats away. RSVPs are required for this event to Pat Lyons at patricelyons@comcast.net or 734-669-9991.
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From 7:30pm to 10:30pm.. Location: Karl's Cabin Dinner. 6005 Gotfredson Road, Plymouth, Mi.
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Karl’s Cabin Dinner & Dueling Pianos
Ann Arbor Ski Club

FRI 2012-09-07
Dinner at 7:30 pm & is limited to 20 people. $5 cover for dueling pianos at 9pm even if you eat. To be guaranteed a seat it is required to eat dinner as they will take our empty seats away. RSVPs are required for this event to Pat Lyons at patricelyons@comcast.net or 734-669-9991.
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From 7:30pm to 10:30pm.. Location: Karl's Cabin Dinner. 6005 Gotfredson Road, Plymouth, Mi.
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International Folk Dance
Old World Dance Cooperative

FRI 2012-09-07
Dances from all over the world. Open to everyone, all ages and levels.No partner necessary Casual dress and comfortable shoes.
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Starts at 8:30pm. Price is $7. Location: St James Catholic Church.241 Pearson Avenue,Ferndale, Michigan. 48220 248-542-8835 E-mail: Genmail@st-james.org
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SAT. Sep. 8 Events

Low-Cost Vaccination and Microchip Clinics!

Reserve by 2012-09-07 for SAT 2012-09-08
$10 Vaccines for cats and dogs! Rabies, distemper, and bordatella. $15 Leptospirosis vaccines, and $20 Microchipping! $7 Nail Trims! No office call fee, cash only. Email PAAWService@aol.com to reserve your spot! www.paawarren.org
Submitted by: Michelle Dimaria
From 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM . Price is . Location: Debbie's Smooch a Pooch.30642 Dequindre Rd, Warren, MI. 48092
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Sailing Singles Wine Tasting Tour
Sailing Singles

Reserve by 2012-09-03 for SAT 2012-09-08
Sailing Singles Cordially invites you to join us for our Wine Tasting Tour Saturday, September 8, 2012 10:00 am Meet at Oakland Mall Parking Lot, Back Section Behind Macy's 412 W. Fourteen Mile Road Troy, MI 48083 Contact: Pamela A. Rupinski Phone: 313-719-0501 Email: pamelar710@gmail.com Payment in Advance Only. Tour is limited to 30 persons. Registrations is on a first come basis. Register on-line at www.sailingsinglesclub.com or send check or money order made payable to Sailing Singles to Pamela Rupinski, 36821 Union Lake Road, Clinton Township, MI 48035 Event Rules: All attendees will pay their own tab at each site we visit. Registration Fees: Member: $56.00 Guest of Member: $61.00 Non-Member: $61.00 Deadline to register: September 3, 2012 Fee Includes: bus, wine tasting fee and entrance fee to the 11th Annual Harvest Party Itinerary Bus leaves Oakland mall promptly at 10:00 am 1st Stop: Sleeping Bear Winery and Bad Bear Brewery. Free wine tasting, beer tasting costs as follows: 8 Beers for $12 or individually prices at $1.50 to $2.50. You may purchase food here. 2nd Stop: Chateau Aeronautique Winery, tour hangar and winery, wine tasting, commemorative glass 3rd Stop: Lone Oak Brewery. This is their 11th Annual Harvest Party. Entrance fee includes: Admission, Entertainment (live music to dance to) and wine tasting. You may purchase food and wine by the glass or bottle. Leave to return home promptly at 6:00 pm
Submitted by: Pamela A. Rupinski
Starts at 10:00 AM . Member Price is $56 and guest price is $61 . Location: Oakland Mall Parking Lot, Behind Macy's. 412 W. Fourteen MIle Road, Troy , MI . 48083
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Sketch Session
Scarab Club

SAT 2012-09-08
Popularly known at the club as "sketch classes", these non-instructional, drop-in opportunities for artists to draw and paint from live models welcome all artists. Drop in and join us! Materials: Bring a pad of drawing paper or stretched canvas and your favorite drawing and/or painting supplies. Costume Model Free to members & students with current ID. Non-members $10
Submitted by: Christine Renner Via Google Calendar
From 10:00am to 1:00pm.. Location: Scarab Club. 217 Farnsworth, Detroit, Mi.48202 313-831-1250
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Sailing Singles Parade Company Tour
Sailing Singles

SAT 2012-09-08
You're invited to take a behind the scenes look and discover Detroit's hidden treasures at The Parade Company Studio. Step into a story land of color and fun as we get ready for one of Detroit's most anticipated holiday events, America's Thanksgiving Parade®. Wonder through a wonderland of fantasy and floats. Marvel at the world's largest collection of antique papier-mâché heads. See the Costume Department where our characters come to life. Meet award winning artisans who bring the magic to YOU! With many more characters turning up every day! The tour will last approximately one hour. You are encouraged to bring your camera. The Parade Company's address is not recognized on internet map programs or on GPS. See directions in this announcement.
Submitted by: Pamela A. Rupinski
Starts at 10:30 AM . Member Price is $12.00 and guest price is $17.00 . Location: The Parade Company. 9500 Mt. Elliott, Studio A, Detroit , MI . 48211 313-923-1400
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16th annual Parade of Stars Bluegrass Festival

SAT 2012-09-08
Welcome to the 16th annual Parade of Stars Bluegrass Festival in Auburn Hills, MI! ADMISSION: $5 for adults; students & children FREE; payable from your car as you enter. Who's Playing?? Host Band: The Special Consensus Lou Reid and Carolina The Skip Cherryholmes Quintet The Cats and the Fiddler Other Information: Free Parking. Bring lawn chairs or blankets. Food available on site, along with band cd's and other merchandise. Playground for kids. RAIN OR SHINE! Emcee'"David Blakney. Sound by Allen Audio. Sponsored in part by SOUND-WAVE MUSIC & ARTS. Any Questions? Go to www.auburnhills.org or call 248-370-9353 or email us! Please help us support the City of Auburn Hills' efforts to present top national bluegrass bands in our area. To date, we have no further information about any intention of Oakland Community College to reinstate their previous series. See you in September!
From 12:00 PM to 7:30 pm.. Location: Civic Center Park. 1827 N. Squirrel Rd, Auburn Hills, MI. 48326
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A Cool catered Party in the Cabin

SAT 2012-09-08
A Cool catered Party in the Cabin with great World Music from Sin Hielo~Guitarists Sean Blackman & Wayne Gerard Help us Raise & Replace the Roof~ go to peopleforpalmerpark.org for tickets. Donate $100 or more and you and your guest can join us, or Individual tickets: $50.

Help us restore Palmer Park's historic log cabin, built in 1885 for Senator Thomas Palmer and his wife Lizzie Merrill Palmer.

People for Palmer Park (PFPP), a nonprofit organization dedicated to the revitalization of Detroit's Palmer Park, is raising funds to renovate and re-open the 127-year old ­historic Palmer Park Log Cabin. Since it was closed 30 years ago, this significant architectural structure '" the only log cabin in the City of Detroit '" has deteriorated greatly. Both a symbol for the transformation of the Park, as well as the potential site for a vital community, ­educational, nature and cultural center, PFPP, in ­partnership with the City of Detroit, has been ­taking urgent steps to save the cabin. You can help!

Visit peopleforpalmerpark.org for tickets or send a check to People for Palmer Park and write "log cabin" in the memo section and mail to: PO Box 02545, Detroit, MI 48202-2545.
A portion of your donation to this event is
tax deductible. People for Palmer Park
is a 501 (C)(3) organization.

From 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM.. Location: Log Cabin. Palmer Park, Detroit Mich.
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Mass & Dinner
Catholic Alumni Club

SAT 2012-09-08
Join us at St. Louise for the 5:00 PM Mass, followed by dinner and entertainment at the church festival. You are going to attend Mass that weekend and you are going to eat anyway, right? Well, you can pray, have fun, and support a local church besides! St. Louise is just east of Dequindre in Warren at 1200 Twelve Mile Road, 48092. Great food, music, dancing, games and fellowship are all part of the evening, and we are planning for nice weather. Please let us know you are coming by Saturday so we know to look for you. RSVP to 586-774-3144 or 586-759-6795.
Submitted by: Ray Previ. via Google Calendar
From 5:00pm to 7:00pm.. Location: St Louise Catholic Church. 1200 East 12 Mile Road, Warren, MI.
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SUN. Sep. 9 Events

Sunday Ballroom Dance
All Star Dance Parties

SUN 2012-09-09
This is Ballroom, Latin, West Coast Swing, East Coast Swing, and Hustle dancing to a terrific DJ (Dr. Bob Semak). Large wood floor. One hour lesson followed by a dance party. First time guest $5 for lesson and party. Free Soft drinks, water and snacks. Singles and Couples welcome. Come and enjoy the dancing and company of friendly people as well as a beautiful location. Cash bar available. Further details call Dr. Bob at (248)778-6261
Submitted by: Augusta Richards
From 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM. Member Price is and guest price is $12 Lesson & Party . Location: American Polish Cultural Center. 2975 East Maple Rd., Troy , MI . 48083 2487786261 augusta001@sbcglobal.net
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Beacon Hill Golf Club Outing
American Singles Golf Association-SE Michigan

Reserve by 2012-09-02 for SUN 2012-09-09
Beacon Hill is one of Oakland County's few upscale golf facilities. The championship 18 hole course covers 6,681 yards of beautiful lakes and wetlands. Price includes 18 holes of golf, cart, fun prizes Dinner following golf at the club, at your own cost.
Submitted by: Suzanne Peltier
Starts at 10:00 AM . Member Price is $35.00 and guest price is $40.00 . Location: Beacon Hill Golf Club. 6011 Majestic Oaks Drive, Commerce Township , MI . 48382 248-684-2200
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Golf Outing
Ann Arbor Ski Club

SUN 2012-09-09
Time: Meet at the club house 12:40 .First tee time 1:00 sharp ! Rates: 18 riding $25, 9 riding $16. Pay your green fees upon arrival at the course. Please email Debbie no later than Saturday Sept 7th to make your reservation for 18 or 9 holes. Debbie Spring drspring40@hotmail.com 734-476-2784 Our inclement weather policy is to meet at the course and if things do not clear up, we can stay at the club house for drinks and food or decide on another place.
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From 12:40pm to 5:00pm.. Location: Pine View Golf Course. 5820 Stony Creek Rd, Ypsilanti Twp, Mi.
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WordPress Meetup
Business and Professional Event

SUN 2012-09-09
Ah, September. The days will get shorter, the nights will get cooler, and school will be back in session! Don't let the kids have all the fun, come learn some new things about making WordPress work! Local WordPress enthusiast, WordCamp organizer, and web-dev phenom Anthony Montalbano will be talking about building your first WP plugin. Admittedly, this session will lean more heavily toward the developers than the users. I invite you to come anyway! You might find that writing code is not as daunting as you might think. We will also take some time for general Q&A. WordCamp Detroit is coming soon, and this is a good way to warm up!
Starts at 2:00 PM. Price is $5,00. Location: Northwest Unitarian Church. 23925 Northwestern Highway, Southfield, MI.
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CACD Softball
Catholic Alumni Club

SUN 2012-09-09
SUNDAYS, through Sept 16th! This is the second to last game for the 2012 season! 4:00 PM PRACTICE; 5:00 PM GAME CACD SOFTBALL AT INGLENOOK PARK Grab your sports bag, a lawn chair, and a cooler of your favorite (non-alcoholic) beverages for a pleasant afternoon spent with America's favorite pastime at Inglenook Park in Southfield. It is on 12 Mile between Lahser and Evergreen, at the light, the only light in this stretch. The games are free, "drop-in," non-competitive, and open to all skill levels. You may invite your friends and family; whether married or single, Catholic or non-Catholic, all are welcome! "Batting Practice" starts at 4:00 PM with a "Game Time" of 5:00 PM. We are usually done around 7:00 - 7:30 PM. Then, we'll eat out afterwards. Please RSVP by the Saturday before the game so we can notify you of weather related cancellations. 810-499-4831 yesmarklapointe@gmail.com 248- 547-5884 k1_manion@wowway.com
Submitted by: Ray Previ. via Google Calendar
From 4:00pm to 7:30pm.. Location: Inglenook Park. 21000 Twelve Mile Rd, Southfield, MI.
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Breakfast Sunday: Jimmy's Coney Grille
GM Ski Club

SUN 2012-09-09
Join the GM Ski Club and friends for a great breakfast any Sunday. If you're new, its a great way to meet some of the folks. Everyone Welcome. Just show up, and we'll make room for you. No RSVP needed. TIME: 10:00 CONTACT: Les Skrzycki skiorsail@yahoo.com COST: Your Breakfast tab
Submitted by: Darrel Ahlberg via Google Calendar
.. Location: Jimmy's Coney Grille.37246 Dequindre Rd,Sterling Heights,Mi.
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Bike ride
GM Ski Club

SUN 2012-09-09
Trying something new. Ride the West Bloomfield rail trail. Meet at West Bloomfield Nature Preserve on Arrowhead Road off Pontiac Trail. Many optional routes and distances according to your ability. Pot Luck Lunch at Vickie's house on the lake. Hamburgers provided. Time: 1:00 pm Contact Stan Sawicki 586-808-3406 or Vickie Slicker 248-736-4566 vslicker52@gmail.com
Submitted by: Darrel Ahlberg via Google Calendar
.. Location: West Bloomfield Nature Preserve.4655 Arrowhead Road, West Bloomfield, MI.
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Golf at Fern Hill
Bethany East

Reserve by 2012-09-07 for MON 2012-09-10
Enjoy the great fall weather and play some golf with Bethany friends. Cost includes the cart. Contact: Phyllis (586) 286-1711
Starts at 10:00 AM. Price is $10.00. Location: Fern Hill Golf & Country Club. 17600 Clinton River Rd., Clinton Township, MI. (586) 286-4700 North of Metro Parkway and east of Hayes.
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Submitted by Connie Rousin Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter

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S.O.A.R. (Singles Outreach and Renewal) Meetup
S.O.A.R. (Singles Outreach and Renewal)

TUE 2012-09-11
Food & Fellowship. Join us at this is Panera Cares location'a non-profit community cafe that accepts payments in the form of donations. Each item on the menu is listed with a suggested donation amount. Panera Cares has patio seating, free WiFi and a diverse menu.
Submitted by: Lynn
Starts at 6:00 PM . Price is free . Location: Panera Bread. 22208 Michigan Ave, Dearborn , MI . 313-271-3301
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September After Hours Networking Event
Tri-County Business Exchange, Inc.

TUE 2012-09-11
After Hours Business & Social Networking Event. Join business professionals from Oakland, Macomb, and Wayne counties to establish rapport, build trust, exchange leads, gain referrals and have fun. Featuring a 20 min. presentation by guest speaker, Sylvia Becker-Hill on "How to Overcome your No Phobia" and delicious appetizers buffet. Cash bar. Make reservations online at www.t-cbe.com or by calling 248-852-8077.
From 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Member Price is $12 in adv and guest price is $15 at the door. Location: Forestre Banquet Center. 1919 Star-Batt, Rochester Hills, MI Just north of M-59 and east off Crooks Rd behind the Cancer Center.
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Golf Trip- Cincinatti Ohio Area
Somerset Singles Social, Ski & Golf Club

Reserve by 2012-05-01 for This event spans the period from 2012-09-12 to 2012-09-14
Wed Golf: 18 holes at Heatherwood Golf Course,Thurs Golf: 18 holes at The Grizzly Course,Friday golf: 18 holes at Blue Ash Golf Course.for further info go to www.sssgc.net Contact: Bobbie-586-781-4056 Jim248-229-9390
. Member Price is $325.00 and guest price is $365.00. Location: Blue Ash Golf Course. 4343 Cooper Rd., Blue Ash, OH 452421 Includes:Round trip on luxury bus with 2 stops for pickup.2 nights lodging at Embassy Suites,Blue Ash,2 Full breakfasts,1Thurs afternoon get together w/appetizers provided by Embassy suites after
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Fr. John Riccardo: An Evening of Discussion, Prayer and Reflection
New Beginnings

THU 2012-09-13
Fr. John Riccardo will address topics central to the experience of divorced Catholics, followed by a Q&A session providing attendees the opportunity to discuss issues related to divorce and faith in a safe, confidential, and prayerful environment. Pre-registration for this event is recommended and free of charge.
Submitted by: Karen Miller
From 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM . Price is . Location: Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish. 47650 North Territorial Rd, Plymouth , MI . 48170 newbeginningsolgc@gmail.com
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Celebrations - A Dance for Singles
Successfully Single Social Club

SAT 2012-09-15
Celebrations - A Dance for Singles at Livonia's Burton Manor Ballroom #6 & 7, 27777 Schoolcraft Rd, Livonia. Extra Large Ballroom -- holds 350 people! Meet, Mingle, & Dance the night away to Top 40 hits by DJ Pam Hornbeck. FREE dance lesson by Anja from 8:00 pm - 8:30 pm. Complimentary appetizer buffet served from 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm. Open Dancing from 9:00 pm - midnight. Pay at the door. Dressy casual attire. No jeans or sneakers please.
From 8:00 PM to 12:00 AM. Member Price is $12 and guest price is $15. Location: Burton Manor. 27777 Schoolcraft, Livonia, MI On the south side of the I-96 service drive just west of Inkster.
Get a Map/Print Submitted by: Janet Blair This organization has a page on the PJSN blog which is here Their Web Site

Le. Ste. Clair Shores 25th Annual Art Exhibit
Art Show

SAT 2012-09-15
Le. Ste. Clair Shores celebrates it\'s 25th Anniversary for this show. Over 100 artists and crafters will exhibit their work. Food and entertainment.
Submitted by: Shirl Hathaway
From 10: AM to 5: PM . Price is Free . Location: Memorial Park. Jefferson @ Masonic (13 1/2), St. Clair Shores , MI . 48080
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HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES -ROSH HASHANA

SUN 2012-09-16
CONGREGATION T'CHIYAH invites you to join us for HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES: Sunday evening (Erev Rosh Hashana) at 6:30-7:30PM, Monday & Tuesday 9:30 - 1:00. We meet at the MONDRY BUILDING on the OAK PARK JCC CAMPUS 15000 WEST 10MILE, OAK PARK. KOL NIDRE & YOM KIPPUR service will occur on Tuesday eve at 6:00pm and Wednesday 9:30am Services are being led by our new spiritual leader and Rabbi Shawn Zevit. Rabbi Zevit is a well known leader in the Reconstructionist Jewish Community. The Rabbi is a talented singer and musician known for spiritual and musical liturgical services. Congregation T'chiyah is an inclusive, egalitarian, participatory Reconstructionist synagogue that provides for the expression, observance, study, and enjoyment of Judaism, Jewish culture, and Jewish tradition. Our members come together to enhance their lives with weekly Shabbat services, holiday observances, lifelong education experiences, and life-cycle events that blend tradition and innovation. In keeping with Reconstructionist values and philosophy, Congregation T'chiyah includes members of varied backgrounds and practices who have a strong commitment to social justice. Our community is enriched and strengthened by the diversity of our members. Our synagogue welcomes Jewish singles and families, including LGBTs, interfaith couples and families, and Jews of patrilineal descent and all races and national origins. Congregation T'chiyah is affiliated with the national Jewish Reconstructionist Federation (www.jrf.org),the fastest growing Jewish movement in North America. Reconstructionism recognizes that Judaism changes within the framework of tradition. The movement strives to create a Jewish way of life that encompasses the legacies of Judaism and of contemporary American life.
Submitted by: SYMA ECHEANDIA, PRESIDENT
Starts at 6:30 PM . Price is 0 . Location: Congregation T'chiyah. 15000 WEST 10 MILE, Oak Park , MI . 48237 2485420900 www.tchiyah.org syma.echeandia@yahoo.com
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Tiger Baseball Game
Bethany East

FRI 2012-09-21
This is your chance to see the Tiger's play. Seats are upper deck behind home plate. Bus leaves promptly at 5:30pm Tickets are still available. Cost includes the bus. Contact: Barbara (586) 264-9233
Starts at 5:15 PM. Price is $35.00. Location: St. Martin dePorres Parking Lot. 31515 Hoover Rd., Warren, MI. Between 13 and 14 Mile Roads on the west side of Hoover. Park by the west wall in the back of the parking lot.
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Submitted by Connie Rousin This organization has a page on the PJSN blog which is here
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Euchre Night
Successfully Single Social Club

Reserve by 2012-09-20 for FRI 2012-09-21
Euchre Night in the newly remodeled lounge of the Concorde Inn. Includes pizza, salad, snacks and prizes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place winners. Cash Bar. Euchre Tournament begins at 7:30 pm sharp. Delicious Pizza and Salad Buffet served at 7:00 pm. Check in time: 7:00 pm. Reservations required at www.successfullysingle.org or by calling 248.289.6406. Please arrive at scheduled check-in time to maintain your spot. We ask that you be familiar with the rules of Euchre to participate in this event.
From 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM. Member Price is $15 and guest price is $18. Location: Concorde Inn. 1919 Star-Batt Drive, Rochester Hills, MI Just north of M-59 and east off Crooks).
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Links of Novi Golf Outing
American Singles Golf Association-SE Michigan

Reserve by 2012-09-14 for SUN 2012-09-23
Join ASGA for a fun day of golf, followed by dinner and prizes at the clubhouse. Dinner at your own cost.
Submitted by: Suzanne Peltier
Starts at 12:00 PM . Member Price is $45.00 and guest price is $50.00 . Location: Links of Novi. 50395 W. 10 Mile Road, Novi , MI . 48374 248-380-9595 www.linksofnovi.com
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BobLo Charity Cruise

SUN 2012-09-23
The S.S. Columbia Project has scheduled another benefit cruise for the S.S. Columbia. This year it will take place on Sunday, September 23rd from 2-5 pm with boarding at 1:30. We again will be onboard the Friendship and leaving from the dock behind the Portofino Restaurant in Wyandotte at 3455 Biddle Ave at Pine Street. The donation to SSCP for the cruise this year will be $40 per person. You may make reservations through the website at www.sscolumbia.org, by phone at 248-546-9712 or by mailing a check (Payable to SSCP at $40 per reservation)Lori Feret, 1574 Westbrook, Madison Heights, MI 48071).
Starts at 1:30 PM. Price is $40. Location: Portofino Restaurant.3455 Biddle Ave, Wyandotte, Mi. at Pine Street.
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Resorts of Tullymore & St. Ives Weekend Golf Trip
American Singles Golf Association-SE Michigan

Reserve by 2012-08-30 for FRI 2012-09-28
Resorts of Tullymore & St. Ives Golf weekend includes two rounds of golf (1 at Tullymore, 1 at St. Ives) and two nights stay at the resort. Option golf on Friday at Buck's Run, your cost: $45.00 Some package prices reduced based on rooming; no single rooms available at this time. $100.00 deposit due 8/30/12; balance due by 9/12/12.
Submitted by: Suzanne Peltier
. Member Price is $305.00 and guest price is $335.00 . Location: Resorts of Tullymore & St. Ives. 9900 St. Ives Drive, Stanwood , MI . 49346
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Pilgrimage to France

Reserve by 2012-08-10 for MON 2012-10-15
Join Fr. Larry Webber, OFM Cap, and Barbara Middleton, Holy Trinity Apostolate on pilgrimage. Enjoy a private luncheon with His Eminence Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke. Your pilgrimage will take you to St. Francis Church and St. Joseph Parish where the Venerable Solanus Casey was ordained and celebrated his first Holy Mass. Included in this pilgrimage is a rare visit inside the cloistered halls of the Cistercian nuns of Our Lady of the Valley Monastery. Pray at the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help, the first approved Marian visitation site in the USA. Stop at St Adalbert Cemetery, Milwaukee, to pay respects at the grave of Fr. Val Rykowski. See the National Shrine of the Pious Union of St. Joseph and pray for the sick and the suffering. Hurry! Space is limited and reservations close June 15th! Call Corporate Travel Service at (313) 565-8888, x. 179, or book on-line at www.ctscentral.net.
Submitted by: Carmen Norkiewicz
. Price is Varies-Call for inf. Location: Corporate Travel Service. 23420 Ford Road, Clinton Township , MI . 48127 (313) 565-8888 www.ctscentral.net cnorkiewicz@ctscentral.net
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Dancing with our Local Stars
Tri-County Business Exchange, Inc.

FRI 2012-10-19
2012 Dancing with our Local Stars - Proceeds Benefit Focus: HOPE "The biggest & most spectacular event of the year" This years LogoDance Competition with our Local Celebrities, Professional Dance Showcase, Strolling Food Stations featuring some of Metro Detroit's favorite restaurants (for VIP & Reserved Ticket Holders), Silent Auction (100% of the proceeds benefit Focus: HOPE), General Dancing throughout the Evening, Live Simulcast & High Tech Lighting l Purchase your tickets early before they sell out! Seats will be assigned in the order they were purchased. For tickets or more information, visit www.dancingwithourlocalstars.com or call 248-852-8077. Advanced reservations required. To purchase tickets or for more information, visit www.dancingwithourlocalstars.com
From 7:00 PM to 1:00 AM. Price is $25-$75. Location: San Marino Club. 1685 E. Big Beaver, Troy, MI On the north side of Big Beaver just west of John R.
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Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle-Comedian Dave Landau
Somerset Singles Social, Ski & Golf Club

FRI 2012-11-23
We will meet for dinner at the Royal Oak Brewery 215 E.Fourth Street Royal Oak MI 48067 at 5:30pm There is parking at Comedy Castle for $6.00 You can walk to restaurant from there. Dinner is on your own. Contact: Bobbie Mathie 586-781-4056
Starts at 7:30 PM. Member Price is $15.00 and guest price is $20.00. Location: Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle. 310 S. Troy Street, Royal Oak, MI 48067 248-542-9900 Dave Landau is a combination of smart,edgy,and clean.He has appeared at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival,Second City,Live at Gotham,and Last Comic Standing go to www.sssgc.net.
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Annual Christmas Party/Dance
Somerset Singles Social, Ski & Golf Club

Reserve by 2012-12-01 for FRI 2012-12-14
Please send checks payable to SSSGC to Bobbie Mathie 59212 Conifer Court,Washington Twp MI 48094 Your name will be put on the attendee list.Dinner @ 7:30pm For further info go to www.sssgc.netContact: Bobbie 586-781-4056 or 248-770-7778
From 6:30 PM to 12:30 AM. Price is $45.00 per person. Location: Club Venetian Banquet Center. 29310 John R Road, Madison Heights, MI. 48071 248-399-6788 Open Bar, Excellent Buffet dinner, Dancing,Door prizes. Dressy Hoilday Attire(Black Tie Optional) We will not have tickets and you cannot pay at the door.
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