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Eye On Detroit - Challenge The Wind Youth Sailing ProgramChallenge The Wind Youth Sailing Program is a two-week course for preteens and teens taught by experienced US Sailing certified instructors and volunteers with years of sailing experience. They use US Sailing Organization’s standard curriculum and teach every participant to sail. Participants also learn the value of our rich local marine environment.
Eye On Detroit - Habitat For Humanity Huron ValleyVolunteers from Lowes and Habitat For Humanity Huron Valley making improvements in the Sugerbrook community in Ypsilanti.
Eye On Detroit - Discover The UnexpectedDiscover the Unexpected is an 8-week journalism journey focused on sharing inspirational stories from African-American communities. Each DTU Fellow receives a $10,000 scholarship and a $5,000 stipend. Each team of DTU Fellows will travel to two cities to work with two different NNPA newspapers with the use of the all-new 2018 Chevrolet Equinox and its innovative technology. DTU Fellows will be rewarded with hands-on experience, networking with journalism professionals and delivering stories that make a difference. Their journey concluded at Taylor Chevrolet in Taylor Michigan.
Eye On Detroit Play Place for AutismPlay-Place for Autistic Children is dedicated to inclusion, acceptance and support. Our mission is to provide a fun-filled, judgment free, haven of hope for families challenged with the everyday nuances of "living with autism" and special needs challenges. Through a unique play-powered environment, Play-Place offers recreation, education, therapy, life skills, social development, respite relief, health & fitness, resource management and vocational training. In essence, our objective is to create the Disneyland effect with a life-changing impact where “play” improves, empowers & provides promise for a brighter tomorrow.
Eye On Detroit - Forgotten Harvest FarmForgotten Harvest Farms is situated on more than 95 acres of land, donated for use by the Moroun Family. Since 2013, they have grown and harvested two million pounds of produce at Forgotten Harvest Farms. They are committed to being certain that metro Detroit families in need will have the benefit of fresh, healthy foods that are too often unavailable or unaffordable to them.
Eye On Detroit - Metro Detroit Youth DayThe 36th Annual Metro Detroit Youth Day on Belle Isle in Detroit.
Eye On Detroit - InnovateGovInnovateGov prepares and delivers MSU’s most vital resource – talented and motivated students – to Detroit’s civic institutions while providing our students with a one-of-a-kind opportunity to do real, impactful, and equitable work on the city’s most critical social problems.
Eye On Detroit - Vets Returning HomeLisa Germani visits Vets Returning Home in Roseville.
Eye On Detroit - 4th of July 2018The Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly Michigan.
Eye On Detroit - Mosaic Youth TheatreThe Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit.
Eye On Detroit - Week of CaringMercedes-Benz Week of Caring event in Warren.
Eye On Detroit - Grace Centers of Hope"Little Grace Village". 12 single and multi-family homes on Seneca Street in Pontiac, these houses have been purchased, restored to their original architecture, and rented to graduates of the one-year life skills program at Grace Centers of Hope.
Eye On Detroit - Greenspace & GoKaren Carter visits Greenspace & Go in Birmingham, a plant based restaurant.
Eye On Detroit - Mill Race Historical VillageMill Race Historical Village in Northville. The village was built on 12.5 acres of land donated to the City of Northville by the Ford Motor Company. Once the site of a grist mill, the village consists of an inn, blacksmith shop, school, church, gazebo, rustic wooden bridge, a general store, an Interurban station and several homes reminiscent of an era gone by.
Eye On Detroit - Goodman Acker Life Remodeled 2Goodman Acker employees volunteering at the Durfee Innovation Society in Detroit.
Eye On Detroit - Leader Dogs for the BlindSince 1939 Leader Dogs for the Blind has operated one of the world’s most respected and innovative guide dog programs.
Eye On Detroit - Frank. The Man. The MusicFRANK …The Man, The Music, starring, Detroit’s own Bob Anderson, is an award winning, critically acclaimed theatrical production, direct from the world- famous Palazzo Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip.
Eye On Detroit - Better World DayStudents at the University Prep Mark Murray Campus held a food drive to benefit the Open Door Outreach Center.
Michigan Matters May 20, 2018 PromoMichigan Matters May 20, 2018 Promo
Eye On Detroit - Move For HungerMove For Hunger is a non-profit organization that mobilizes the relocation industry to fight hunger and reduce food waste. When people move, they throw away a lot of "stuff." Unfortunately some of this "stuff" is perfectly good food that could be donated to a family in need rather than be thrown away. Move For Hunger works with professional moving companies, like University Moving & Storage, to rescue this food during the move and deliver it to local food banks. Move For Hunger also works to organize hundreds of food drives each year.
Eye On Detroit PNC Bank Grow Up GreatStudents from Detroit Public Schools spending the day at the Cranbrook Science Institute courtesy of the PNC Grow Up Great Program.
Eye On Detroit - Wallace Detroit GuitarsIn 2014, Mark Wallace founded Wallace Detroit Guitars to literally build guitars from Detroit history.
Eye On Detroit - 88.1 WSDPThe Michigan Association of Broadcasters Foundation presented WSDP-FM (88.1) with the 2018 High School Station of the Year Award. The MABF also honored 11 Plymouth-Canton Educational Park students in their annual High School and College Awards Competition.
Eye On Detroit - Alzheimers Association, The DSO, The Henry FordThe Alzheimer’s Association-Greater Michigan Chapter’s Community Connect program has collaborated with the Henry Ford and DSO to present a very special event open to those with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia and their care partners. On Tuesday, April 24 from 1:30-3 p.m. at the Henry Ford, guests had the opportunity to view Henry Ford’s collection of violins, learn about their history and witness a violin performance by Hai Xin, assistant concertmaster for the DSO.