Sonia Elaine Sewell-Tartt | Funeral Fund
Mama Pam helped to raise me -please don’t ignore this if god calls on you to help.
Thank you in advance.
Sonia Elaine Sewell-Tartt | Funeral Fund
Charity Euchre Party at Eastside Teen Outreach tonight (1/12/14) at 6pm! This is a great inexpensive and fun way to spend and evening, and support a great group of teens while you’re at it. $10 to play, and first place will be at least $100 (assuming we have more than 16 players)! Sorry teens, this event is for 18 and up onlyRead More
Join us for a public soup dinner! Pay $5. Learn about creative projects happening in Detroit. Vote on which project to fund with the money raised from the dinner.Read More
teens dealing with substance abuse and living in families with addiction. Freedom has lived up to its name, helping many young adults cope with this serious problem.Read More
I love my 6″ Mohawk but will be bald within the next few months. Why!? …For childhood cancer, that’s why! Around this time last year I discovered a foundation called St. Baldricks. They run a program where you sign up and shave your head to raise awareness of childhood cancer. “We don’t make wigs, collect hair to soak up oil spills or long to be just like Britney Spears–in fact, the shaving itself is just a means to an end. On the surface, we shave because kids with cancer often lose their hair during treatment, and we stand proudly bald beside them. But the true goal–to cure childhood cancer–will be accomplished because, while shaving, we raise funds for lifesaving childhood cancer research.” Basically I have committed to shave off my 6+ inch Mohawk. I have more than wanted to back out of this a few times already BUT have made a commitment to myself. This was solidified roughly 9 months ago after meeting Danielle from my local chamber of commerce. Danielle is a “Takes no crap from anyone, tell it how it is” kind of person and I like that about her. We quickly became friends after she realised i wasn’t the Antichrist. One day, over lunch we started sharing stories of the past. One of which is why she had short hair. ”St. Baldricks” she said. Danielle had shaved her head for the same foundation I found a few months earlier. She explained the process to me in great detail and at the end of our conversation I said “I’ll do it”. As Danielle’s smile grew she offered to sponsor me for the march 2014 shaving event. Since then I have thought about this on a daily basis. I’m not going to lie, I’m a little nervous about the cutting of my hair but it’s time to start making things happen… “Shavees” sign up on the website, collect money from friends and family much like a walk-a-thon, and show up at a volunteer-organized event in their community to take their turn in the barber’s chair. It’s fun, it’s emotional, and it’s for a crucially important cause.” Learn mere HERE. I am lucky to have access to great resources...Read More
This is for someone I have known for a short time but he has quickly become one of my close personal friends. His Name is Sean and he gives a damn! We met though community efforts from the www.UrbanSeed.info Project. Sean lives in the Detroit and runs a garden called Diversity Garden (help his efforts HERE), provides food to neighbors and wisdom to whomever can benefit. Simply put, I respect him as like-minded person. Check out the News clip from Fox 2 Detroit Sean is heading a second community project to accomplish : A Public Memorial for the loss of Trayvon Martin (if you somehow missed this – READ the Wikipedia article HERE) Public Art Mural Gathering of like-minded people for a common goal This is the most recent post from His personal Facebook page. I am sharing it along with a contact form linked to his email (bottom of this post) in hopes that my following outside of the facebook will become involved with his efforts and at the very least share a link to this post with their social media reach including Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr. Links can be found at the bottom, including a E-mail link. (Thank you in advance). Anyway, here is the low down… I’m happy to announce that we’ve selected Shep’s Barber Shop, on Hamilton in Highland Park to receive the first mural. Planning is now underway, we hope to be able to expedite all the needed supplies and funds ASAP. At this point I’m calling for help. Detroit area businesses as well as individuals, if you’d like to make a stand with the Martin family right here in our own community, I urge and challenge you to step to the plate and answer our call for your participation! Step 1: Organization and planning. Over the next few days we will be beating the bushes working to procure all the supplies and equipment needed to successfully pull off this event. We’ll need high quality exterior UV color fast paint and base coat designed for masonry and brick application. I have some scaffolding but we’ll probably need to borrow or rent some additional sections or better yet, we could rent a lift hoist....Read More
FREE Family Fun Night at The New Memory RoomStarts: 5:00 PM Ends: 9:00 PM The Memory Room 20690 Hall Road, Clinton Township, MI. 586~935~7010 Description: “Come join us for some good wholesome family fun… Kids Karaoke, Bounce House, Crafts, Singing and dancing, Face Painting and more… Food will be available for $1.00… Parents Corner to enjoy $1.00 a minute chair massages from Ria’s Touch, featuring Lilla Rose, 31, It works, Western Southern, Origami Owl, Stampin up, and many...Read More
Events on June 2, 2013 A Detroit SOUP Open HouseStarts: 5:00 PM Ends: 9:00 PM, June 2, 2013 Location: Detroit SOUP Description: Detroit SOUP Open House See how your money has been put into action with past winners talking about their projects. Celebrate Detroit SOUP with food, music, merchandise and information on our neighborhood SOUPs. Sunday, June 2 2900 E. Grand Blvd. 5pm-9pm $5 donation Soup, Salad, and Beverages will be provided! Have you had an awesome experience at SOUP? We want to hear from you! We’re converting the voting booth to a confessional booth so you can share your SOUP stories and experiences. Please note this is not a regular SOUP dinner and diners will not vote on projects. All money raised through the evening will be used to support Detroit SOUP. Featured past winners include: Get Fresh Cafe The Empowerment Plan Detroit FREQ Radio Burners Without Borders Fender Bender Detroit Detroit Youth Food Brigade Soulardarity Rhiza Food Company Food Field Detroit Detroit Threat Management Documentary Spaulding Court Detroit Changemakers Always Brewing Detroit Empowered Flower Girl And More!! More...Read More
IMPORTANT – Gratiot Clean Up 2013 will be held on Saturday, June 1st from 10:00 until 1:00. We are looking for volunteers to help make Gratiot gorgeous for our Communities! The clean up will take place on the Gratiot Corridor from 8 Mile through 14 Mile (Eastpointe and Roseville). To volunteer your civic group or as an individual, please contact Danielle at the Chamber Office at (586) 776-5520. If everyone does their part……we can move mountains (of...Read More
Passing this along for a friend. Might not be my church but it sure does look like a good time. The Thrive Worship Experience Starts: 7:00 PM Ends: 10:00 PM, June 7, 2013 Description: Come join the Thrive Worship Band for a night of worship at The Life Church. Special guest musicians and singers will also help lead us. Casual atmosphere, Spirit lead worship, AfterWords Cafe featuring complimentary cafe drinks. Free Admission –> check em’ out...Read More