This Saturday, June 11, 2011 is the Annual University of Michigan’s Womans Football camp. This will be the second time I have played, attended it. The first time was in Summer of 2004 and I broke my pinkey finger catching a pass with Lloyd Carr looking on. I was playing Wide Receiver in the afternoon […]
Many people have forgotten the reasons we celebrate Memorial Day. However, in the Ann Arbor Area there are many events planned where you can honor those who have died in the service of our country. One of the events my family and I have celebrated for many years in in Saline, the Memorial Day Parade. […]
Here are some safety tips for Ann Arbor residents during the Holiday season. Holiday Fire Safety Tips The holiday season is one of the most dangerous times of the year for household fires, so take note of these tips to reduce your risk.The holiday season is one of the most dangerous times of the year […]
Dedicated to ALL our men and woman who have served in our Military and fought for our FREEDOM. Especially my grandfather, WWI, my father in law and dad, WWII, my husband and brother-in-law, Vietnam, and my two sons, U.S. Navy. “All gave some, some gave ALL”. Thank you! Original photos taken last Thanksgiving in Washington, […]
Halloween is just around the corner and I wanted to update you on Halloween Events around the Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County Area. Wiards Orchard, is located at 5565 Merrit Rd in Ypsilanti Township, 48197, easy access off I-94 and only 15 minutes west of the airport. Lots of scary, fun events to experience at Wiards. […]
Ann Arbor was ranked 3rd in the best cities for college grads by the Daily Beast. They analyzed the results of a Gallup survey of some 28,000 Americans in their 20s. Jobs are clearly important—but just as clearly, they’re not all-important. When asked what would keep them in their current location, twentysomethings ranked the availability […]
Ann Arbor Celebrates 4th of July The Ann Arbor 4th of July Parade: Always sponsored by the Ann Arbor Jaycees, begins 11 a.m., Sunday. The parade will begin at State, Liberty, Main, and William Streets in Downtown Ann Arbor. As part of the parade there will be a Patriotic Bike Decoration Contest for children under […]
Thank you to all the men and woman who have fought and died for our Freedom, we honor you by remembering. Remember a moment of silence tomorrow at 3:00, as we reflect as a Nation and Remember.