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Monday, May 20, 2013
Sunday, May 19, 2013
It was a busy weekend around town including the Lakeview prom, car show at the Bruce Post VFW #1146 and opening day for the St. Clair Shores Baseball-Softball Association. Share your photos on Patch.
From Lakeview High School's prom Friday night to St. Clair Shores Baseball-Softball Association opening day, it was a busy weekend around town. Did you attend one of the many events around the city? Share your photos on Patch by clicking on the Upload Photos and Videos button.
The MAC Blue Champions, Lakeview Huskies, close out the regular season Monday at home against Sterling Heights.
The Lakeview Huskies girls soccer team won their first MAC Blue title since 2008, according to MLive, and will close at the regular season Monday at home against Sterling Heights. The Huskies, who are 14-3 overall, has "done an amazing job this year coming out focused and ready to play for each game," according to an email from Brooke Sweeney-Pouliot, Lakeview Varsity girls soccer coach. She shared highlights from the season including: The Huskies take the field at 6:30 p.m. Monday, according to MHSAA.
Did you go to the weekend-long comic convention in Novi?
Motor City Comic Con, Michigan’s original comic convention, celebrated its 24th anniversary Friday to Sunday at Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi. Attendees were absorbed into comic culture when seeing and meeting comic icons, shopping for comic merchandise and checking out what's new in the artist alley. Convention-goers saw comic characters come to life from participants of the adult and children costume contests, as well as enthusiastic fans. Were you at Comic Con? Share your photos from the convention, in costume or not, on Patch. Add your photos to our gallery by clicking the "Upload Photos and Videos" button above.
Hundreds fled the scene following the incident at the St. Joan of Arc Festival late Saturday night, but no injuries were reported.
No injuries were reported Saturday night when a man fired a handgun into the air at the closing of the St. Joan of Arc Festival. St. Clair Shores Police Lt. Jason Allen said it's unclear what led to the incident or who was responsible. A report was filed at 11:07 p.m. to indicate that a single shot was fired in the parking lot across the street from the church at Overlake Street. Police were on-scene speaking with witnesses, who said that hundreds of people fled the area following the incident. Msgr. G. Michael Bugarin, St. Joan of Arc pastor, said there was an orderly shut down at the festival when the incident occurred off-site. "I am very grateful for the St. Clair Shores' response," Bugarin said. No other information was available …
Today is the last day to ride the Ferris wheel, enjoy an elephant ear and play carnival games at the St. Joan of Arc Festival.
Check out some of this week's top community contributions throughout Macomb County.
As we like to say at Patch, chances are you know something, saw something or think something about your community that your neighbors would love to hear or see. So why not share it through Patch's Local Voices? If you're passionate about a certain topic or just want to weigh in on something that's on your mind, post a blog on Patch. Blogging is a great way of getting your message, in your own words, out to our readers. You can blog once a week, once a day or whenever the inspiration hits you. In this Sunday column, we'll highlight some of the best blog posts from the week throughout the Patch sites in Macomb County. Take a peek at what your neighbors are writing about and then join the conversation by posting your own thoughts in Patch's …
Volunteers can meet with organizers of the annual Nautical Coast Cleanup starting at 8 a.m. today at the Jefferson Yacht Club to help remove trash and debris from along the Lake St. Clair coastline.
Saturday, May 18, 2013
The first large car cruise of the year will be held today at the Bruce Post VFW, and will also feature a hot cake breakfast also for $7 for adults, and $4 for children 6 and under.
The first Rubber Ducky Race for Autism was held Saturday at the Chapaton Retention Basin, The event was organized by the Henry Ford Health System, the Shorewood Kiwanis, local businesses and elected officials.
Rubber duckies took over the Chapaton Retention Basin Saturday for the Shorewood Kiwanis and Henry Ford Health System’s Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities fundraiser for autism. Together with local businesses, elected officials and the Macomb County Public Works Commissioner Anthony V. Marrocco to host the fundraiser to assist families with autistic children who receive applied behavioural analysis therapy through the race. According to organizers, the the costs for treatment through therapy can exceed $50,000 annually.