Michigan women swim English Channel for an ALS cure; Educational Foundation of Dexter hosts annual auction fundraiser
photo from Channel for ALS website
From Michigan women swimming the English channel for an ALS cure to the Educational Foundation of Dexter's annual auction fundraiser, here’s a roundup of some of the stories posted on AnnArbor.com’s Community Wall this week:
By: Hargy: Swim for a Cure by Kelsey H. Hargesheimer
The Relay Team hopes to raise $120,000 when they will swim the English Channel from England to France, and back, during the London Olympics next July. The Team wants to beat the previous record of 18 hours and 59 minutes.
By: Bernadette Quist: The Educational Foundation of Dexter to hold annual auction at Ann Arbor Country Club on March 10
The evening will feature a strolling supper, cocktails, desserts, great live music and both a silent and live auction. For the second year in a row, Sandy and Kevin Sloan, DDS MS, will be providing a Golden Doodle puppy for the live auction. This was so popular last year among dog lovers in attendance that it net $3100 for the EFD.
By: Janet Hawkins: New App Gets You to WCC Faster and
What Makes WCC So GI Friendly?
By: Barb Hiltz: Cancer Support Community Presents Nutrition Series with Focus on Breast Cancer
By: Administrator: Free 8 Week Losses and Grief Workshop - Saline, Mich. begins Feb. 9 at 7pm.
By: Jonathan Wilson: Eden Foods Announces New Retail Store Opening
By: gweber: Open House: Ann Arbor Co-op Preschool
By: Ivan Katz: Top 5 Southeastern Michigan Landscaping Trends, Spring 2012
By: Apple Robertson: The Bizarre Story of Panworld University, Unraveling an International Mystery
By: Patrick Snabes: Boy Scout troop party
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