Week of 9.25.17

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Ted Lindsay Celebrity Golf Outing

The 175 golfers who participated in the Ted Lindsay Foundation Celebrity Golf Outing at the Detroit Golf Club were joined by another 115 for cocktails, a silent auction ($14,000) and dinner following play. The program that followed Fr. Donald Worthy’s tribute to the memory of Joanne Lindsay and Dr. Jack Finley was emceed with good humor by Mickey Redmond and Ken Daniels. It had highlights. Austin, TX researcher Laura Hewitson, PhD. reported promise of early blood biomarkers for Autism Spectrum Disorder.
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oakland confidential

September 2017

CRACK IN THE DIKE : Appears staunch Republican Congressman David Trott (Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Troy), in his second term representing Michigan’s 11th District, isn’t still feeling the love for President Donald Trump . Politico reported that Trott shocked the room at a private meeting in late July when he voiced what many other Republicans were thinking, that the president had ...more»
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Birmingham Hometown Parade Sunday

05/19/2017 - The annual Celebrate Birmingham Hometown Parade marches into downtown Birmingham on Sunday, May 21, at 1 p.m., with activities and fun for the whole family.

The parade has been a treasured tradition for more than 40 years, drawing thousands for a day of fun in downtown, beginning with an event kickoff at 1 p.m. at Daines and Old Woodward, then traveling north on Old Woodward, turning west on Maple, south on Bates, and ending in Birmingham's town square, Shain Park.

Members of the Birmingham community and all surrounding areas are invited to come out and enjoy this wonderful day. This year's parade includes fire trucks, high school bands, the Oakland County Sheriff's Department, Redford Township Unicycle Club, Harmony Acres Arabian Parade Horses, and the always popular basset hounds from The Basset Hound Rescue of Michigan.

After the parade, Shain Park is the place to be for music and free activities for children, including inflatables, a DJ with family-friendly activities, face painting, and lots more. Park activities will continue until 4 p.m.

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