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Ribbon Cuttings:
  1. Thursday, November 15, 4 p.m. My Moroccan Spa 930 Mason Suite 101


  •  The Music at Cherry Hill concert series will present Organist and Pianist Aaron Tan and Flutist Darren Atiyeh at 7 p.m. on Saturday, October 27, 2018.
    The concert will be held in the sanctuary of Cherry Hill Presbyterian Church, located at 24110 Cherry Hill Road in Dearborn. 
    Tan is First Prize and Audience Prize winner of the 2018 American Guild of Organists National Young Artist Competition in organ performance. There is no cost for admission. 


  • The Dearborn Outer Drive Kiwanis is sponsoring a Community Fall Food Drive on October 27th from 10 am-4 pm.  The collection site for non-perishable food and monetary donations is the Dearborn High School student parking lot on Outer Drive just north of Michigan Avenue. All donations will go to the local Salvation Army Food Pantry. Just look for our signs and the Salvation Army van. Students from the Key Clubs of Dearborn High and Fordson will assist with the unloading of all donations.
  • Make it a girl’s night out! Your neighborhood Great Lakes Ace will be hosting on Thursday November 1, 2018 from 5:30- 7:30 pm. There will be refreshments, free product samples, great door prizes and demonstrations. Refreshments will be prepared on the Traeger Wood Fired grill. Call your girl-friends and plan a night out. Visit to find and register for your local event. 
  • Musical artists Chuck Seipp, trumpeter, and Randall Sheets, organist, will combine their talents in an exciting concert at 7 p.m. on Friday, November 9, 2018. Their performance is part of the Music at Cherry Hill concert series at Cherry Hill Presbyterian Church, 24110 Cherry Hill Road, in Dearborn.


    The program will include George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue,” Widor’s famous “Toccata” from the Fifth Organ Symphony, Mussogrsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition,” and a special tribute in honor of Veteran’s Day including “America the Beautiful,” “Armed Forces Service Medley,” and Sousa’s “Stars and Stripes.”
  • ~Dearborn Area Business Builders or DABB~

    Success has brought vacancies to our business referral group. We are currently looking to fill the following lines of business:
    1. Plumber (must be licensed)
    2. Caterer (must meet all health regulations)
    3. Lawn/Snow Removal Service
    4. Dog Walker
    5. HVAC (must meet all regulations)
    6. Any business that can benefit from receiving weekly referrals and two chamber memberships AND does not conflict with any current member’s business line.
    Easiest way to find out more about us is just show up at our Thursday mornings at Leon’s Restaurant at 7:00 AM. Your breakfast is on us! If you feel you must have a telephone conversation, the group’s current point of contact is the member with the receptionist: Bartell Chiropractic Life Center 313-561-1800, or Sec./Treasurer Don Killion, 313-274-0639. Leave a message and you will receive a call back.
  • At SURA Arts Academy, middle and high school students ages 10-16 will learn the art of photography in a 10-week course designed to help students share stories about their lives, community and culture. With the help of expert photographers, students will narrate and document their reality through photography. The theme for this year is on home and community – a personal look into what home is. For the first time, SURA Arts Academy will be incorporating smartphone photography into its curriculum. Smartphones are not mandatory. Point and shoot cameras will be provided by the Arab American National Museum! Class size limited to 20; All levels of experience welcome!Classes meet on Tuesdays, Oct. 2 through Dec. 11, 5-7 p.m.

    Scholarships awarded based on financial need + availability

    $50 AANM Members; $75 general public

  • Starting a career in Real Estate is challenging, but rest assured we’re there with you every step of the way. Hondros College of Business provides you with everything from education to service and support to jump start your career. Includes the 40 hr. course + the industry’s leading exam prep software.Oct. 22-26th M-F 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. at the Dearborn Area Board of REALTORS office. All for $249
  • Sleep Number Allen Park is offering special deals reserved for our countries heroes. Save $1000 on a Sleep Number 360 i10 smart bed. Offer begins 11/1 and ends 11/19
  • The Parent Association at U of M – Dearborn’s Early Childhood Education Center (18501 Rotunda Dr, Dearborn 48124).    

    is hosting a Trunk-or-Treat Craft & Vendor Show on Saturday, October 27th, 2018.  The craft show runs from 10am to 3pm with the special Trunk-or-Treat happening from Noon to 2pm.  T 

    ent, table and trunk spaces available:




    10’x10′ outdoor tent spaces are $35
    6’x4′ indoor table spaces are $40 (limited availability)
    Trunk spaces (i.e. cars passing out treats) are no charge!

    The Parent Association is also looking for raffle and concession donations as well.  For more info check out

  • Dearborn residents are invited to order a free 2019 City of Dearborn
    Calendar through Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018.
    Place your order online at
    Online ordering is efficient and accurate, and saves taxpayers money as the process does not require staff time. Dearborn residents without access to the internet may order a calendar by calling a voice
    mail box at (313) 943-3003. Please give your complete street address, zip code, and, if applicable, your apartment or flat number. Speak clearly when leaving your information in the voice mail. Residents may request one calendar per household. Calendars will be mailed by Dec. 30.The heat and humidity not only take a toll on people and pets, but on our vehicles, too. Make sure your ride is in good shape with a visit to Tire Discount House in Dearborn Heights. Rick and his crew have been providing quality, affordable auto services since 1959, and they’re open during renovations to serve you better. Visit them today at Warren and Beech Daly!
  • Dearborn Historical Society Free Lecture History Of US Currency- America’s Greatest Notes November 7th, 7pm McFadden-Ross House, 915 Brady
  • Real estate professionals put themselves at risk every day. Meeting new unknown clients, showing properties, holding open houses, and letting strangers into their cars can jeopardize their personal safety. In fact, according to a recent survey of 450 real estate agents, 42 percent of female agents and 18 percent of male agents said they have felt unsafe in the course of their job.
    That’s why when Dearborn Area Board of Realtors (DABOR) asked DFCU Financial to help fund ongoing safety efforts and classes for their member realtors, DFCU’s Mortgage Services readily agreed.
    At a recent presentation for 100 realtors sponsored by DFCU, Carl Carter Jr., son of kidnapped and murdered real estate agent Beverly Carter and a realtor himself, told of this shocking crime and gave detailed tips for realtors to stay safe. Mortgage Loan Officers Wendy Hewitt and Roxanne Daniel gave opening remarks at this event.
    DFCU Financial will sponsor other realtor safety programs in 2018, including a self-defense class, as part of ongoing efforts to protect these valued partners.
  • KeyBank is offering a wonderful incentive to business who want to bank with them. Just bring your business to KeyBank. A full business banking relationship with Key is always rewarding. To make it even more
    rewarding, we’re offering this incentive to make Key your business bank.
    We’ll deposit $5,000 into your business account when you complete the necessary steps.  Get started by Speaking with your KeyBank Branch Manager today!
  • The HEART of theCommunity
    Do you desire to help others in the Dearborn/Dearborn Heights area? Discover if volunteering at The LPC is for you. No experience? No problem!
    Our needs are:
    * Mentors
    * Ultrasound Chaperones
    * Donation Organizers
    * Church Liaisons
    Baby Items
    * Diapers Size 5&6, Pull Ups
    * Wipes
    * Car seats
    * Sleepers
  • Detroit Yogis >>> Patrick Beach is bringing his Awakening Yoga Weekend Immersion to Yoga Shala January 2019. Early bird offer ends October 1st Check out the weekend schedule here ������������
    Discovering the Handstand
    Saturday, January 19th (10am-12:30pm)
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    Awakening Yoga – The Complete Solar Practice
    Saturday, January 19th (2pm-4pm)
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    Diving Deeper: The Role of Core and Control in Arm Balances
    Sunday, January 20th (10am-12pm)
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    Open Heart, Open Mind: How to Harness your Flexibility for Stronger, More Connected Backbends
    Sunday, January 20th (1:30pm-3:30pm)
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    $55/ind. workshop $200/weekend immersion (Sat & Sun)
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    Early Bird (October 1st) & Member rate
    $50/ind. workshop $180/weekend immersion (Sat & Sun)
  • The Salvation Army asks that you would take a miniature version of their fundraising device and post it at your place of business. They’re called Counter Kettles. They just sit in a place of your choosing (the counter, next to the register, etc.) so that customers can drop in their change or a dollar or two. We’ll empty the kettle once a month and our contact information is 3135634457.
  • Comcast Promotion: 
    $59.90 Starter Double Play – Starter @ $34.95 + Mobility Lines 1-3 @ $24.95
    Additional lines added @ $29.95  24 or 36 month agreement required
    ***** Add Connection Pro @ $29.95 to make this a $90 Triple Play !!!!!!!!*****
  • Advertise your business to drivers with the World’s Largest Community-Based Navigation App. The #3 App used among smart phone users. 90 Million Active Users 298,000 Active Users in Detroit Area alone.  Free App for Download at Google Play and Apple App Store. Help People Find your Business that don’t know you are in a Office building. Is your name not on the sign outside by the road? Is hard to be seen? Having Waze Local could help generate that foot traffic you are looking for. Unlike a Billboard, Our Digital Billboards can be changed seasonally, daily, what ever you need to suit you business needs. 
  • Real estate professionals put themselves at risk every day. Meeting new unknown clients, showing properties, holding open houses, and letting strangers into their cars can jeopardize their personal safety. In fact, according to a recent survey of 450 real estate agents, 42 percent of female agents and 18 percent of male agents said they have felt unsafe in the course of their job.


Over 20 years ago, I was introduced to a NEW way to shop, that allows my everyday shopping to WORK for me.  I have created a sideline income to pay off weddings and university tuition for my 2 daughters and created a healthier environment in our home and the homes where our grandkids are being raised.  If your health, your family, your budget and your TIME are important to you, then we need to talk.  Let’s set a time to have coffee and discuss the possibilities.
Michael Magnone – Total Wellness Advocate – 313-999-0244

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