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  • By Gigi Nichols

Three Cats for Cass

Approximately 65 guests took the opportunity to be the first to dine at “Three Cats” in Clawson. The opening also served as a benefit for Cass Community Social Services. Mary Liz Curtin, owner of Leon and Lulu and Three Cats, teamed up with restaurateur Matt Prentice to create a unique dining experience. The guests gave the American-style cuisine rave reviews. The event raised $7,000 for Cass Community Social Services, a Detroit-based agency that works across the city in areas of concentrated poverty providing programs for food, health, housing and jobs.


If you would like your future event considered for coverage, you can email Nichols at or if you need to speak with her, phone 248.515.6105.

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