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Eye On Detroit - Michigan Science Center Pet AdoptionThe Michigan Science Center (MiSci) is activating their super-sized screen to bring “Superpower Dogs” to Detroit with a special event Saturday, November 7, 2020. Thanks to support from Strategic Staffing Solutions, MiSci visitors that day will enjoy FREE screenings of the IMAX® adventure film, “Superpower Dogs” and FREE admission to MiSci. This documentary showcases the life-saving super powers and extraordinary bravery of some of the world’s most amazing dogs. MiSci and Strategic Staffing will also be hosting MiSci’s first ever pet adoption day from 10am – 4pm November 7 where visitors can find their own “super” dog or cat from Michigan Humane Society. Little visitors that day can also bring their PRETEND pet/stuffed animal and have fun learning the Michigan Humane way of bandaging from one of their expert vets.
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Michigan Lawmakers React To President Biden's Executive Order Plans(CBS DETROIT)- As President Joe Biden becomes the nation's 46th President there are several executive orders he plans to sign right away. Including nationwide restrictions on evictions, something 2nd District Detroit State Representative Adam Hollier says will positively impact his community “What President Biden is doing is he’s making the first steps today, but laying the foundation for the work that is to come I think that’s critically important saying hey I’m going to make sure things don’t get any worse while we figure out long term solutions.” Masks being worn during Wednesday’s inauguration was clearly the sign of the times as it relates to our current crisis. Biden says the pandemic will be a priority and plans to mandate masks wear on federal property. Hollier agrees “I think most of that just starts with just understanding and excepting that this is a real issue and it really affects people, particularly black folks in Detroit.”
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Up To $20K Available For Michigan Small Businesses Hit By PandemicCBS DETROIT) – Small business owners having a hard time balancing books can breathe a sigh of relief. The Michigan Economic Development Corporation is offering grants from a $55 million fund to support businesses with one to 100 employees. “The application window opened up for the Michigan small business survival grant program which is a program in response to the challenges that many of our small businesses are facing. Especially those that have been closed or partially closed as a result of the recent DHHS orders,” said Josh Hundt, Michigan Economic Development Corporation Executive V.P. Applications are now open for the Michigan Small Business Survival Grant program. If your business was shut down completely following the COVID health orders back in November you may be eligible for $20K in relief. Owners facing partial closures can qualify for up to $15,000. “Those type of businesses range from restaurants and bars to bowling alleys and movie theatres and many of our different retail operations as well that have faced negative financial impacts from this closure and from the pandemic,” said Hundt. The survival grant is one of 23 programs offered by MEDC with over $240 million presented to Michigan small businesses since the start of the pandemic. “What we have been focused on everyday throughout this year and since the pandemic began was making sure that we were focused on providing relief for our small businesses, our entrepreneurs and our communities across the state, while also working to ensure that we have an economic environment for the recovery as well where we can provide a resilient economy with the opportunity for sustained growth in the future,” said Hundt. The application window will close Jan. 22 at noon. For more information on how to apply visit here. © 2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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