There’s a unique opportunity to race through the streets of Mount Clemens solving clues for a life-saving cause this weekend.
It’s a sausage eating contest, Thursday in Ypsilanti.
It’s a chance to cut few calories, satisfy your hunger and feed the needy all at once.
About 1,400 metro Detroiters took to the stairs at the Renaissance Center in Detroit, all for a good cause.
Tickets will be available starting April 14.
You can help by attending a special event this weekend.
The National CARES Mentoring movement launched it’s Detroit CARES affiliate Friday with a fundraiser.
The demolition of the historic Willow Run Bomber plant near Ypsilanti has begun, but the effort to save a piece of it is still alive.
“We like to have a little bit of fun with it,” said Quicken Loans CEO Bill Emerson, dressed as a big, pink bunny.
“We thought that if we could try and capture the essence of the ‘coolness’ of Detroit, you know, give people a way to give back …”