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The City of St. Clair Shores is one of
only 16 U.S. cities awarded grant fund-
ing from the Environmental Protection
Agency for green infrastructure projects
in the agencys initial round of awards.
The grant falls under the EPAs Great
Lakes Restoration Initiative and totals
$250,000.
These dollars are earmarked by the
city to install rain gardens and porus
pavement in a now gravel parking lot at
Kyte Monroe Park.
The improvements will result in the
capture and treatment of rain water from
that lot.
According to EPA spokesman Peter
Cassell,the initiative is aimed at keeping
harmful contaminants out of Lake St.
Clair and eventually the Great Lakes by
inhibiting storm water from being car-
ried into the lake.
Mayor Kip Walby is proud of the grant
and the proactive approach the city is
taking to combat lake contamination.
It shows our commitment to trying
our best to keep Lake St. Clair clean,
Walby said. Were always looking for
grant dollars to help us with this too, so
we dont have to use general fund dollars
to get these kind of things done. So when
we receive something like this its a big
help and a big deal.
Walby was quick to point out the hard
work by Department of Public Works
Director Bryan Babcock and his staff in
securing the grant.
It shows that weve got a really good
department that is working very hard,
Walby said. The EPA person even said it
was an absolutely unbelievable grant ap-
plication, so that goes to the staff. They
deserve a lot of credit.
We're always applying for grants,
Babcock said. They're out there, and I
By John McTaggart
Staff Writer
City awarded $250K EPA grant
Its quickly become one of the marquee events in the
city.
Each year it attracts some of the finest local restau-
rants and eateries, brings together hundreds of hungry
people from St. Clair Shores and beyond, and all of it
works together to benefit Lake Shore Public Schools
football teams at both the high school and middle
school level, making the game safer and more enjoy-
able for student-athletes.
The 5th Annual Shorian Taste Fest, presented by the
Lake Shore Quarterback Club, gets underway at 1 p.m.,
Sunday, April 13, at Barrister Gardens Banquet Center
and will continue to soothe the cravings of hungry
guests until 5 p.m.
Proceeds from the event benefit the Lake Shore
Quarterback Club, a nonprofit that has raised thou-
sands of dollars over the past few years and helped to
purchase items for the program ranging from new uni-
forms and helmets, to pads, to kicking nets, to state-of-
the-art concussion prevention caps.
To put it bluntly, we cant have a football program
without the things the Quarterback Club does, said
Lake Shore High School varsity football coach Tom
Iwanicki. The way school budgets are these days we
just wouldnt be able to buy much of anything for the
program without their help. So what they do is very im-
portant to the program, the coaches and the kids on the
team. If we didnt have fundraisers like this Taste Fest,
we would be in real danger of not having a football pro-
gram at Lake Shore.
The team shows this appreciation in a variety of
By John McTaggart
Staff Writer
See GRANT, page 2A
See TASTE FEST, page 7A
PHOTO BY JOHN MCTAGGART
Wild Red Wings and Sandwiches owner Mike Koester proudly displays one of his eaterys chicken dinners. Wild
Red is one of nearly three dozen participants in the 5th Annual Shorian Taste Fest.
PHOTO BY JOHN MCTAGGART
Councilwoman Candice Rusie and Lakeview High School student Sasha Rubello help clean up a portion of
Jefferson Avenue as part of the citys Adopt-A-Road program.
Councilwoman Candice
Rusie, along with a pair of
student volunteers from
Lakeview High School,
spent the better part of
last Sunday afternoon
along Jefferson Avenue
just south of Marter.
Rusie and the students
picked up debris, food
wrappers, plastic bottles,
and anything else that had
found its way to this
stretch of road, and
dropped it into yellow
trash bags.
Nearby, a road sign rose
from the ground and
marked the that next .4
miles had been adopted
by Rusie as part of an in-
creasingly popular pro-
gram within the city.
In fact, all over the city,
these roadsigns are crop-
ping up designating sec-
tions of Jefferson, Harper
and Little Mack avenues,
just to name a few, as be-
ing sponsored by various
groups and individuals.
These signs are repre-
sentative of the Adopt-A-
Road program taking
place in St. Clair Shores,
and Department of Public
Works Director Bryan
Babcock said there are
still plenty of roadways in
the city looking to be ad-
opted.
We have a list of avail-
able locations, and there
are plenty, he said. The
best thing to do would be
to contact DPW by phone
and let us know youre in-
terested. Then we can
send out an application to
the group or individual
and that will outline the
guidelines for the pro-
gram.
The program criteria in-
cludes maintaining that
patch of roadway in terms
By John McTaggart
Staff Writer
Citys Adopt-A-Road program
still seeks participants
For several years now
South Lake High School
students have been able to
schedule classes for
Macomb Community
College and earn credits
for their education past
the halls of the high
school.
For this to happen how-
ever, these students had to
travel to one of the col-
leges campuses to attend
class.
Now, thanks to a newly
formed partnership be-
tween the district and
Wayne State University in
Detroit, South Lake High
School students can soon
enroll in select Wayne
State University classes
and attend right at the
high school, beginning in
the 2014-15 school year.
This is a new partner-
ship for us, said South
Lake Public Schools
Director of Instruction
and Assessment John
Thero. Its one were very
excited about, and one we
really believe will benefit
the students at South
Lake.
The deal struck be-
tween the two schools is a
year in the making, and
falls under the dual enroll-
ment laws of the stat,
meaning that students can
take up to 10 college class-
es over the course of their
high school career
classes that count towards
a college degree.
There are criteria that
students will have to meet
to be eligible, he said.
These criteria are set by
the district. If a student
meets those, though, then
South Lake forms
WSU partnership
By John McTaggart
Staff Writer
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feel like its our responsibil-
ity to research all of them
and apply for as many as
possible that we think will
be a benefit to our city.
Weve applied for grants to
plant trees, to do green in-
frastructure, water im-
provement projects.
Anytime there is money
available its something we
have to try.
In regards to the EPA
grant, Babock said the im-
plications of the project are
significant.
This project in particu-
lar has an immediate im-
pact on our community,
he said. Right now, any
rainwater that hits that
parking lot is going to pick
up any oil, fertilizer, any-
thing that is sitting on that
gravel. The rainwater is
going to pick that up and
thats going to end up in
the lake. So its important
to us to do these kind of
projects. Were a water-
front community and we
want to keep the lake
clean.
The project will replace
the current gravel lot with
porus concrete, meaning
that rainwater will flow
through the concrete into
the ground and the sub-
structure below will act as
a natural water filter, clean-
ing the rainwater of con-
taminants before it eventu-
ally ends up in the lake.
Outside of the parking
lot were also going to be
putting in a series of rain
gardens, Babcock said.
So any water that doesnt
infiltrate through the pave-
ment, that water can drain
out to the rain gardens
which will water a land-
scaped flower bed and nat-
urally stay there and ab-
sorb into the ground.
Babcock said the project
is slated to begin at Kyte
Monroe in the spring of
2015 with survey work at
the site being completed
this year.
Continued from page 1A
GRANT
Dictionary project
Violet Elementary School third grader Korey Nash looks over the dictionary given
to him by the Shorewood Kiwanis last week as part of the organizations dictionary
project sponsored by First State Bank.
Getting that college ac-
ceptance letter is a hall-
mark moment for many
seniors in high school.
It not only gives them a
direction for the next few
years, it also validates
years worth of hard work
and sacrifice in school.
At South Lake High
School, teachers Jennifer
Boggio and Julie
Bukowski, spearheaded
the idea to share this ac-
complishment with the
rest of the student body.
The best part about
teaching seniors is when
their college acceptance
letters start to come in,
Boggio said. Many stu-
dents are quiet and only
tell a few people, including
us, but many would proba-
bly shout it out from a roof-
top in they were not so
shy.
This realization prompt-
ed the pair of English
teachers to formulate an
idea.
I chatted with my se-
niors and asked how we
could display their accom-
plishments, she said. I
asked where we should
put them, and of course, if
they would be comfortable
doing so. Their response
was an overwhelming, yes,
we want them displayed.
The result was a bulletin
board, located just outside
the main office in the
school, proudly displaying
the names and schools
where South Lake seniors
have been accepted and
plan on attending.
Mrs. Bukowski and I al-
ways post where our stu-
dents are attending col-
lege, not where they were
accepted on the whole,
Boggio said. We also do a
bulletin board down the
senior hallway reflecting
where they were accepted
and are attending.
Boggio also pointed out
how involved the students
were in the process of the
display by the office.
My kids wanted a
prominent area, she said.
So, I spoke with Mrs.
(Eileen) Hilton, the school
secretary, and she suggest-
ed and ordered a bulletin
board to put up by the of-
fice, and postcards to prop-
erly post the names and ac-
ceptances.
Dozens of names now
reside on that board, and
the impact far exceeds
simple recognition South
Lake High School
Principal Carmen
Kennedy said.
Its great for the entire
school to see and to be
aware of, Kennedy said.
Not just the seniors. Its
good for everyone to see
that this can be done, it can
happen and does happen.
Students and staff real-
ly seem to love it, Boggio
said. The staff especially
because they dont always
have these students as se-
niors and dont know the
good news. Theyre (stu-
dents) very proud of their
accomplishments as am I.
South Lake recognizes
college-bound seniors
By John McTaggart
Staff Writer
of keeping the easement and and gutters
clean, Babcock said.
We ask that it be cleaned four times a
year, he said. And once you do it your
first time, we will put up a sign that says
your group is sponsoring that section of
the road.
Its all part of an effort to keep the city
clean and appealing.
Its about keeping our streets looking
as good as possible, Babcock said.
The program has been in existence for
a while, but was recently overhauled
with the hopes of renewing both partici-
pation and enthusiasm for the program.
The revamp was a success.
We tried to re-energize it. We got
some new signs and tried to get it really
going again, he said. It seemed to work
because its actually a very popular pro-
gram now. A lot of groups have really do-
ne a good job.
Babcock said the number of partici-
pants in the program exceeds 20 with
room for more.
For more information about the Adopt-
A-Road program call (586) 445-5363.
PHOTO BY JOHN MCTAGGART
Continued from page 1A
ROADS
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While rosacea is believed to
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less than 3 million patients
receive treatment for this in-
creasingly common condition.
Te disease is more frequent-
ly diagnosed in women, but
more severe symptoms tend to
be seen in men. Warning signs
for rosacea include: fushing
or persistent redness on the
cheeks, nose, chin or forehead;
small visible blood vessels on
the face; acne-like bumps or
pimples on the face; and wa-
tery or irritated eyes. Acne ro-
sacea patients also ofen expe-
rience cycles of remission and
faring of the disease.
Lef untreated, rosacea symp-
toms can become quite severe.
In advanced cases, the nose can
become swollen and bumpy
W.C. Fields bulbous nose was
the result of acne rosacea; skin
may thicken and corneal dam-
age may occur.
Rosacea can be controlled,
though never cured. Patients
are prescribed long-term
therapies to match their life-
style and condition, including
oral and topical antibiotics,
sunscreens, laser treatment to
remove blood vessels, cryo-
therapy as well as learning to
avoid triggers that cause the
condition to fare.
To learn more about rosacea
and its treatment, contact your
dermatologist, or call us at
Eastside Dermatology, Dr. Lisa
Manz-Dulac and Associates.
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THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 2014 ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION 3A
ts not just something that magi-
cally appears every year, com-
plete with floats, marching bands
and distinguished guest.
The St. Clair Shores Memorial
Day Parade is the culmination of many
hours, many volunteers, and many
dollars,parade committee chairwoman
Cheryl Furdos said.
Its going to cost about $30,000 for
this years parade, thats what we esti-
mate, Furdos said. So this is our big
event of the year, our big fundraiser.
Furdos is referring to the parade com-
mittees annual spaghetti dinner at
Assumption Center.
The event, which took place last
Thursday evening, raises upwards of
$5,000 for the committee, with every
penny going to the parade, scheduled
for Sunday, May 25.
Its through the support of the people
in the community that come out and
support the dinner that helps us go for-
ward with the parade, she said. All the
donations that we receive tonight goes
directly to the parade, all the money
raised through the raffles, and the items
donated by businesses for the prizes, all
of it goes to the parade. Its a communi-
ty supported thing.
Hundreds of residents, political and
business figures, and other supporters
attended, enjoying spaghetti, meatballs,
salad and dessert, among other things,
prepared by Marchioro Catering.
Its something I wouldnt miss, resi-
dent Barbara Cwikla said. My family
and me have enjoyed the parade for a
long time. Anything I can do to help that
parade I will do.
This years parade, which travels
north on Harper Avenue from Little
Mack to 11 Mile Road, is about Honor.
Freedom. Family, Furdos said, and fea-
tures Grand Marshal Timothy Litz.
I believe each year we grow a little
more, she said. The parade is about
the veterans, and we are aware of that,
but each year we try to attract people to
be in the parade that appeal to all ages
and groups. I think we get better in that
respect a little every year.
Ill be there on the curb to watch,
72-year old Coy Seifert said, walking a
heaping plate of pasta back to his table.
Its the best parade in the state.
Period.
By John McTaggart
Staff Writer
In addition to numerous other changes
to the original courthouse plans and bud-
get, another has caught the attention of
city council. But this one doesnt hurt the
budget as much.
Included in upgrades is a security sys-
tem and video arraignment system to be
almost covered by grants, drug forfeiture
money and a carry-over in the court bud-
get.
The video arraignment system will
save time and the expense of officers
walking suspects from the police depart-
ment cell and across 11 Mile to the court-
house for arraignments.
Councilman John Caron shared a dis-
cussion about the arraignment system he
had with Acting Police Chief Todd Wilcox
during which Wilcox said under the cur-
rent arrangement, two officers have to be
taken from their duties patrolling the
streets to walk prisoners to the court
house. With the video arraignment sys-
tem, the desk sergeant can handle taking
the prisoner to the arraignment room,
thus keeping officers on patrol.
The patrol officer stays out on the
streets and makes operations of the po-
lice department a lot more efficient,
Caron said, adding patrol officers are
then paid to be on the streets rather than
hanging out in court.
Other changes include adding hook-
ups for electronic doors and cameras at
the facility, cable for the phone system
and changes to the original glass panels
in the vestibule, according to Community
Development and Inspection Director
Chris Rayes.
He also added somehow painting was
missed on the construction schedule pre-
pared by architect John Vitale of Stuckey
Vitale architects.
Councilman Ron Frederick took the
opportunity to again question the citys
decision not to offer prevailing wage and
use non-union contractors in some cases.
Those companies would have caught
this, I hope, Frederick said, adding hes
concerned about budget overruns.
Mayor Kip Walby again reminded
council when the project was bonded, the
city only planned for a 3 percent contin-
gency rather than the typical 10 percent
to keep the bond costs down.
Its no secret we were right up against
it. We wanted to make sure that bond
payment was as low as possible so we
would not get in a bad position, Walby
said, citing the marina project wherein
the city now has to use general fund dol-
lars to pay part of the bond costs.
Grant helps cover court security, video arraignment
By Debra Pascoe
Some students are charged with
changing the water in the tank.
Other students are responsible for
checking pH-levels and temperature,
while even more make sure the tank is
clean and the salmon are thriving.
Everyone has a job to do, said
Jefferson Middle School Project Science
teacher Lisa Beckman. We have a
schedule made up of what job each stu-
dent is supposed to do for that week. We
train them initially, but after that, its the
students who do the work.
The work is all part of a unique and
creative program called Salmon in the
Classroom, run by the Michigan
Department of Natural Resources.
The program gives select classrooms
throughout the state up to 200 salmon
fry to raise to the point where they can be
released back into rivers.
Beckman and fellow Project Science
teacher Sarah Bowman put the wheels
in motion for the program last year, with
the hopes that this years class would be
able to participate.
Hands-on learning and creative proj-
ects are all part of the Project Science
course at the school, so when the pair
heard of the Salmon in the Classroom
program, it seemed like the perfect fit.
We heard about it through an email,
Bowman said. And we thought it would
be a great experience. So we found out
what we needed to do. Then, the DNR
trained us and provided us with a curric-
ulum book, too.
There was more to it, however, than
just being selected to participate.
Proper equipment had to be pur-
chased and thanks to a grant program
funded by Clinton Valley Trout
Unlimited, the class was able to pay for
the tank, filters and other items needed
to maintain and create the right environ-
ment for the salmon fingerlings.
Without their help we really wouldnt
be able to do this, Beckman said. Every
year they select two schools to help with
a grant and we were fortunate enough to
be one of those two this year.
Bowman said the students will raise
the fish for a few more weeks before
theyre released.
Its probably going to be sometime in
early May, she said. We have to make
sure we release them before they imprint
on the school and try to come back here
to spawn. There have actually been
salmon found in sewer systems trying to
do that. So its important that we release
them before that happens.
The salmon will be released into the
Clinton River, Beckman said.
Its something that the students will
be involved in for sure, Beckman said.
Itll be a field trip for them, and Im
sure its going to be an exciting thing for
them and for us to see them go swim
away.
Fish story
Jefferson Middle School students raise salmon for DNR
By John McTaggart
Staff Writer
PHOTOS BY JOHN MCTAGGART
Top left: Hundreds of people came to the spaghetti dinner to show their support of
the 2014 Memorial Day parade. Top right: Memorial Day parade volunteers Geri
Hofmann and Sue Nesbit pose with a handmade quilt that was part of the raffle
at the event. Above: Several businesses donated prizes as part of a raffle.
PHOTO BY JOHN MCTAGGART
Jacob Ressler takes a moment to look at the salmon. Ressler is one of many stu-
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4A ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 2014
OPINION
M
y daugh-
ter and
son-in-
law,
Gina
and Erik, are new par-
ents having had their
first child, Hunter, born
March 21. A very happy,
wonderful day for the
entire family. And the
new family of three is
happy at home today.
In the early afternoon
of March 25, while work-
ing to help put the St.
Clair Shores Connection
and Grosse Pointe News
newspapers to bed,
two texts came through
my iPhone from Gina in
short versions stating:
Going to hospital to ad-
mit baby, very jaundice
I cant talk. Will let
you know, please pray.
Neonatal Intensive Care
Unit Beaumont
Childrens Hospital -
Royal Oak.
My quick text back, af-
ter saying a heart-felt
prayer, was: Your sister
had jaundice.
Her response was:
This is severe, he could
die. Admitted to NICU. I
texted Hell be fine. I
said another prayer and
called my 82-year-old
mother, who I think is a
saint, and asked her to
pray for Hunter. I know
hell be fine, I told her, but
Gina wanted prayers.
By intuition I knew
hed be fine I was
happy all week. I knew
my intuition would have
effected my feelings
days ago. And I reas-
sured myself that intu-
ition has been proven
many times and is
strong even to the
point where my children
call me at the last min-
ute before boarding an
airplane.
After work and before
I left for Beaumont, I
texted her Can I bring
you and Erik anything?
I asked the reception-
ist at Beaumont to tell
Gina I was there. And,
after the receptionist
knew I was Hunters
maternal grandmother, I
told her maybe my
daughter doesnt want
to see anyone, but tell
her that would be OK
and that I was there in
the waiting room. Soon
Gina walked into the re-
ception area, and I was
happy to see her. She
asked if I wanted to see
Hunter.
Hunter was in the in-
cubator basking in the
warmth of the blue
lights used for photo-
therapy. He liked being
there and looked so
comfortable, as if back
in his mothers womb.
He wore a gauze-like
covering over his eyes
that had a lined drawing
of sunglasses on it. He
looked like Joe Cool,
basking in the sun on
the beach. And for the
first time, I saw him
smile. I softly sang a few
songs to him including
A Hunting We Will Go.
Gina saw that I was hap-
py.
I asked Gina if anyone
else had come to see
Hunter. She said no be-
cause they didnt want
anyone to come. I told
her I didnt know about
that. She looked tired. I
told her I remember
when a nurse told me
my first-born daughter
had jaundice and I might
not be able to take her
home from the hospital
with me an awful, un-
bearable thought. Gina
told me she didnt like to
hear any of the babies
crying. I understood that
and told her I remember
feeling awful when, as a
new mother, I heard the
often televised
Ethiopian babies crying.
She told me how she
worried about Hunters
jaundice. I was happy to
reassure her he would
be fine.
As I was leaving, Erik
came through the doors
that were under surveil-
lance. And in our quick
passing as in not to be
disturbed and for me to
not be disturbing I
knew I had to say some-
thing to him that was
short, powerful and up-
lifting. Hunter is so
comfortable, I said. A
little too comfortable,
he said. I quickly an-
swered yeah, he thinks
hes back in the womb.
Eriks face looked a little
softer and I saw a little
twinkle in his eye. He
turned the corner and
what seemed to be min-
utes was only seconds as
those doors were just
then closing in before me
I scurried through.
I left contented I had
come to see them and
that Gina and Erik saw I
was happy, knowing
Hunter would be fine.
God bless all new moth-
ers, fathers and babies
grandmas, too.
By Diane Morelli
Special Writer
A newborns day in the life
Budget
workshop
To the Editor:
I was concerned about
the many proposed millag-
es/tax increases on the
agenda for Saturdays un-
televised city budget work-
shop Saturday, March 29.
I was further saddened
that in a city of almost
60,000 residents, that I was
the only resident sitting in
the audience for this very
important planning ses-
sion.
As a former St. Clair
Shores city councilwoman,
I know how important
these budget workshops
are. They set the direction
and the planning for the
budget meetings.
For citizens to influence
or change the direction or
the focus, later, at the tele-
vised budget meetings, is
next to impossible.
I was absolutely shocked
at some of the decisions
made. The most shocking
was giving the most expen-
sive group of employees a
raise when it was stated lat-
er that there is normally a
$3 million shortfall each
budget year.
At audience participa-
tion I asked for two things:
1. I would like the meet-
ings televised. The impor-
tance of the information, I
believe, overrides the need
for council to have more
open and freer conversa-
tion.
2. Since City Charter
10.276 (effective 1951
amended in 1983) was vio-
lated, the general fund is
now collateral for the $2
million courthouse bond. I
asked that council and staff
hold the two judges to their
word. They promised that
they would pay their bills
and the residents will never
be asked to foot the bill for
the courthouse renova-
tions.
Thank you and kind re-
gards.
ERIN STAHL
St. Clair Shores
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He wore a gauze-like covering over his
eyes that had a lined drawing of
sunglasses on it. He looked like Joe
Cool, basking in the sun on the beach.
And for the first time, I saw him smile.
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tended the Jan. 30 full
board meeting to make
short presentations de-
scribing rates and servic-
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The Government
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Dickinson Wright.
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they can be a part of this
program, of this opportu-
nity.
This opportunity is ben-
eficial from both academic
and financial facets, Thero
said.
Its going to be about
$90 per class per student,
plus the cost of text-
books, he said. Which is
far less than taking the
same class at Wayne State
University as a regular col-
lege student. So in that re-
spect this makes this an
even better thing for stu-
dents.
The two classes slated to
be offered next year are
anthropology and oral
communications/speech,
subjects that were selected
by Thero with the help of
parents within the district.
This is our first year of-
fering this so I picked two
classes that I thought
would apply to just about
every college degree pro-
gram, Thero said. I also
listened to parents who
had suggestions for their
students as well. These are
the two that just about ev-
eryone will need, so these
seemed to be a good
choice.
The two classes will be
divided among the two se-
mesters of the high school
academic year, with one
being offered in the fall
and another in the winter
semester.
About this time next
year we will take a look at
how things are going and
evaluate, Thero said.
Then I think we will keep
these two classes and pos-
sibly add two more on to
that. Thats what the plan
looks like now.
From what Thero esti-
mates, based on interest
from parents in the dis-
trict, he anticipates the
classes to be popular.
I can see us with close
to 40 students involved in
this, he said. We already
had one parents meeting
and there were 19 parents
there. We have another
one where I expect the
same amount of parents
so that leads me to think
that we could have about
40 kids.
The classes, taught by
college professors from
Wayne State University,
are scheduled to be held at
the high school and would
meet twice per week from
about 2:05 p.m. -3:30 p.m.,
he said.
6A ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 2014
CITY CALENDAR
The Great Lakes Circle
Tour is more than 6,500
miles long. It encompasses
individual lake Circle Tours
including Lake St. Clair.
The Circle Tour pro-
motes travel and tourism
along the shores of North
Americas Fresh Coast.
Among thousands of
places of interest, the
Circle Tour showcases the
worlds largest body of
fresh water, its most fa-
mous waterfall and other
unique natural features
ranging from magnificent
dune-lands to majestic
cliffs.
Whether you are camp-
ing at one of the many na-
tional, state or provincial
parks or enjoying the sym-
phony in an historic, urban
district, the Circle Tour can
accommodate a spectrum
of experiences.
The book The Michigan
Eco-Traveler, by journalist
Sally Barber, takes an envi-
ronmentally conscious look
at exploring outdoor attrac-
tions around the Great
Lakes state.
The book is for a new
and growing breed of trav-
elers who travel with the
intention of minimizing the
ecological footprint they
leave behind. The book
has nine chapters, with
sections that include fea-
tures on sustainable kaya-
king, and the most eco-
friendly lodging options in
the state.
I wanted to show travel-
ers that they can make a
positive impact while
theyre enjoying the out-
doors, said Barber, a life-
long Michigan resident.
This is Barbers third
Michigan-centric book, fol-
l owi ng Myths and
Mysteries of Michigan and
The Insiders Guide to
Michigans Traverse Bay
Region. The inspiration for
the book came from a cur-
rent lack of resources
about eco-friendly travel-
ing, she said.
When it comes to sus-
tainability, nobody was fo-
cusing on the travelers and
the tourists themselves,
she said. I saw a need
there and tried to fill it.
Barber said the goal of
the book is to highlight the
states environmentally
friendly outdoor activities
while making people aware
of the ecological impact of
their decisions at their fa-
vorite vacation spots.
North America's Fresh
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WSU
Safest cities
St. Clair Shores is
ranked No. 37 on the re-
cently released SafeWise
50 Safest Cities in
Michigan list.
According to John
Roskelley, SafeWise secu-
rity analyst, the SafeWise
home security and safety
advisory has spent a great
deal of time examining
the U.S. Federal Bureau
of Investigation crime sta-
tistics from 2012 to com-
pile the list of the 50 safest
cities in Michigan with a
population of 10,000 or
more residents. The U.S.
De par t me nt of
Commerce estimates, in
its latest available census
data, the population of the
city in 2012 was 59,749.
Historical society
The Historical Society
of St. Clair Shores annual
meeting is from 6:30 to 7
p.m. Thursday, April 3, in
the William R. Gilstorf
Meeting Room at the St.
Clair Shores Public
Library, 22500 11 Mile, St.
Clair Shores.
Following the meeting,
Selfridge Air National
Guard TSgt. Dan Heaton
presents The Men Who
Made Sel f ri dge:
Selfridge & Collins: The
Life & Times of Military
Aviation Pioneers Lt.
Thomas E. Selfridge &
Capt. Phelps Collins.
Heatons book is avail-
able for purchase at the
presentation. This free
program is part of the
12th Annual Joseph
Laurence Mai son
Memorial Lecture series.
For more information,
call the library at (586)
771-9020 or visit scsli
brary.org.
Concert series
The General Motors
Employees Chorus 2014
Spring Concert Series be-
gins its season with a per-
formance from 6 to 7:30
Sunday, April 6, at St.
Margaret of Scotland
Catholic Church, 21201
13 Mile, St Clair Shores.
Highlights for the free
concerts include Danny
Boy, Chattanooga Choo
Choo, Down by the
Riverside and God Bless
America.
For more information,
send an e-mail to info@
gmchorus.com or visit gm
chorus.com.
Lakeside Palette
Club
The Lakeside Palette
Club holds its general
membership meetings
from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. the
first Monday of each
month in the Gilsdorf
Room at the St. Clair
Shores Library, 22500 11
Mile at Jefferson.
The next meeting is
held April 7. Local artist
Mary Reo holds a demon-
stration on her watercol-
or landscape technique.
The club holds studio
space from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. Tuesdays in Room
111 at the St. Clair
Shores Adult Education
Center, 23055 Masonic,
St. Clair Shores.
For more information,
call club president Deni
Metivier at (586) 321-6109
or e-mail info@lakesidep
aletteclub.org.
Macomb County
Heritage
Alliance meeting
The public is invited to
attend the Macomb
County Heritage Alliance
annual meeting held
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
Simpson Park Camp
Meeting Grounds, 70199
Campground Road,
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Romeo.
Highlights include op-
portunities to network
with historical sites within
the county; a presentation
about the countys oldest
home; and a tour of
Simpson Park Camp
t he 150- year- ol d
Methodist campground,
Heritage House and
Starkweather Farm.
The cost is $20 for
members of the alliance
and $25 for non-mem-
bers.
Registration is required
by April 5.
For more information
or to register, call (586)
286-7948 or send an e-
mail to rosemaryw@
w i d e o p e n
west.com.
MSUE herb classes
Mi chi gan St at e
University Extension
holds Harvesting &
Preserving Herbs and
How to Build Your Own
Herb Dryer classes, from
1 to 2:30 p.m. and 3 to 4:30
p. m. , respectively,
Thursday, April 10, at
MSUE Extension, 21885
Dunham, Cl i nt on
Township.
The classes are present-
ed by Troy Huffaker of
DTL Herbs Ltd.
For more information
or to register, call (586)
469-6440.
ways, aside from giving a
solid effort during the sea-
son, they also help out at
the Taste Fest, Iwanicki
said.
Everybody shows up to
either participate in it or
help out, the coach said of
his team. These guys
know the importance of
this Taste Fest to the team,
and theyre happy to be
able to help out in any way
they can.
Nearly three dozen local
eateries are slated to be on
hand for the event, each
one offering up some of
their house specialties for
patrons to sample.
Among those joining the
fray this year is Wild Red
Wings and Sandwiches
and owner Mike Koester.
Were really excited
about being a part of this,
Koester said. Not only
does it let people try our
food, but it also gives us
the chance to support the
community and get in-
volved. Thats really im-
portant to us at Wild Red,
really important.
Quarterback Club
President Craig Manning
said the event is about
more than just the Lake
Shore football program.
It's a community event,
he said. Its not just about
the team, its about having
a good time and enjoying
some great food. Its for
the whole community to
enjoy.
The food might be the
centerpiece of the Taste
Fest, but it's just a part of
the whole package,
Manning said.
Were going to have raf-
fles, door prizes, 50/50
drawings, and a silent auc-
tion, he said. And these
are going to be very cool
stuff too. Someone is going
to have the chance to call a
play for the football team
at Ford Field during 7-on-7
games. Were going to give
someone the chance to be
Lake Shore High School
principal for day, and su-
perintendent for a half day
with lunch provided by
Chris Loria. And there's
even more, too."
Manning said they ex-
pect between 500 and 800
people to attend the event.
For more information or
to purchase advance tick-
ets call (586) 285-8920.
THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 2014 ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION 7A
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TASTE FEST
Continued from page 6A
CALENDAR
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Boat Works was part of last years Taste Fest and are slated to take part in this years
event Sunday, April 13.
When: The feast be-
gins at 1 p.m. and contin-
ues to 5 p.m.,
Sunday, April 13 2014.
Where: Barrister
Gardens Banquet Center
located at 24225 Harper
Avenue, between 9 Mile
and Fresard.
Cost: Tickets are $15 in
advance and $20 at the
door the day of the event.
Tickets for students with
ID are $10 and children
under 7 years old get in
for $5 each.
Who: As of press time,
heres a rundown of just
which restaurants will be
set up at the Taste Fest.
A Movable Feast
Del Taco
Fishbones
Benitos Pizza
Buffalo Wild Wings
Wild Red
Hangover 2
Sugarbush Tavern
Scrambler Maries
Hooters
Zuccaros Catering
The Melting Pot of
Troy
Dorsey Culinary
Catering
Little Zs
Detroit Style Pizza
Company
Barrister Garden and
Banquet Center
Boat Works
Famous Daves
Cathys Homemade
Goodies
G Willies Bar and
Grille
Lazy Bones BBQ
Steves Backroom
Quality
Mediterranean
Cuisine
Starbucks
Mozerella Fellas
Zuccaros Banquet
Center
Dooleys
BDs Mongolian Grill
Chicken Shack
Hanks Carribean
Soul
Texas Roadhouse
P F Changs
Tin Fish
The nuts-and-bolts of the 2014
Shorian Taste Fest
Participating Restaurants
Include:
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7 and younger $5 at the door
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SECTION B ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 2014
he 2014 Ford
Focus com-
pact is this
weeks test
drive, arriv-
ing in upper-tier Titanium
dress entry price:
$16,810; price as tested:
$26,100.
Completely restyled in
2012, Focus for 2014 is
available in sedan and
hatchback styles in three
distinct trim levels; S, se-
dan only; SE and
Titanium. The entry S se-
dan starts at $16,810 and
then pricing moves up-
ward to SE at $18,125 to
top line Titanium at
$23,575, sedan; and
$24,115, hatchback.
From its firm yet com-
fortable seating, handling
characteristics to the feed-
back through the steering
wheel, Focus for 2014 is a
compact car that offers a
major return on invest-
ment for those shopping
this segment.
Also important is styl-
ing. Ive noticed Ford
Fiesta, Focus, Fusion,
Taurus and even Mustang
have a similar styled grille
opening that says this is
a Ford loud and clear.
This uniqueness is good
for highway identification
to both Ford owners, and,
more importantly, non-
Ford owners. I would
think the resemblance
serves the non-Ford driv-
er even more so than the
Ford owner, as the latter
is already aware of the
fine products Ford is pro-
ducing in Detroit.
Our Titanium hatch-
back delivers outstanding
fuel mileage with 27 city
and 37 highway EPA aver-
ages. Ford then doubles
up on the positives,
thanks to spirited perfor-
mance, good handling and
a four-cylinder engine that
is perhaps the quietest of
all the prior four cylinder
compacts Ive driven.
Top tier Titanium mod-
els come with an expand-
ed list of standard fea-
tures, including Ford Sync
voice command, MyFord
Touch 8-inch touch
screen, reverse sensing
rear safety camera, push
button Intelligent access
start, dual zone air,
chrome bezel foglamps,
rear spoiler, rear wiper,
10-speaker Sony audio
with Sirius/XM, traction
control, four wheel ABS
discs and much more.
Titanium models also in-
clude the SE appearance
package as standard fare,
delivering leather seating,
17-inch alloys, power driv-
er seat, ambient interior
lighting, 60/40 split rear
seat, heated mirrors and
heated front seats.
Options on our Titanium
include a $795 Navigation
system and $395 Ruby
Red clearcoat paint, the
latter worth the extra
money.
All front-wheel-drive
2014 Focus models feature
the aforementioned four
cylinder in 2.0-liter dis-
placement. The engine de-
velops 160-horses and 146
pound-feet of torque,
more than enough to
move the Focus in an ac-
ceptable manner. Entry S
and mid-level SE feature
five-speed manuals as
standard, while a six-
speed automatic
Powershift dual-clutch is
optional. The automatic is
standard on the Titanium,
but if you still like to shift
manually, your Ford dealer
can order your Titanium
with the manual transmis-
sion at no additional cost.
Notable, too, is the in-
ner-workings of the six
speed automatic that is
similar to other dual-
clutch automatics weve
tested. To summarize, the
Focus six speed automatic
acts like a manual in that
uses two separate clutches
for odd and even gears
contained in one unit
housing, eliminating the
torque converter. The re-
sult is more better fuel
economy and more solid
shift characteristics.
On the safety side, Focus
earns an overall Five Star
safety rating from govern-
ment crash tests, meaning
when you strap into this
Ford compact you are
driving one of the safest on
the highway.
Our favorite part of the
2014 Focus, however, is
the cabin. From gauge
layout to comfort, this in-
terior features high quali-
ty materials. One negative
is the radio controls,
which are somewhat
cumbersome to learn. A
positive is the door lock-
unlock switch, which is
situated with just one but-
ton on the center of the
dashboard instead of one
on each door. Overall,
Focus Titaniums interior
is outstanding.
Important numbers in-
clude a wheelbase of
104.3 inches, 2,948-pound
curb weight, from 23.8 to
44.8 cubic-feet of cargo
space, five-year/60,000
mile powertrain warranty
and a 12.4 gallon fuel
tank.
If you want to drive one
of the best compacts on
the road today, visit your
Ford dealer as the 2014
Ford Focus receives a Test
Drive top recommenda-
tion.
Likes: Looks, interior,
handling, fuel mileage,
amenities.
Dislikes: Tight rear
quarters, no 100,000-mile
warranty.
Zyla is a syndicated au-
tomotive columnist.
By Greg Zyla
Special Writer
PHOTOS COURTESY OF FORD MOTOR CO.
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arlahcad. Cull Mur-
ahu (313)55-551
307 NURSES AIDES
H A C K E T T &
FABRY HOME-
CARE- Lat us hal
yOu cura IOr yOur
l Ovad Oha. Ll -
cahsad, DOhdad uhd
l hsurad. Owhar,
JOhh Huckatt, ls u
l l I al Oh Cr Os s a
POl ht a r asl daht .
( 58) 285- 5053
307 NURSES AIDES
LI CENSED hursa
tachhlcluh. St. JOhh
anl Oyaa. Avul l -
uDla 5 duys/ waak.
Exart hOusa clauh-
ar, arruhds, DOc-
tOrs uOlhtnahts,
rOcary shOlh,
hulr uOlhtnahts,
cOnl at a Dut hs,
cOOkl h.
(58)53-5818
LIVE-In Care
Givers
Daily Rates/Hourly
Cura/ COOk/ Clauh
Llcahsad-BOhdad
Care at Home
Est.184
58-772-0035
310 ASSISTED LIVING
HOME Care. COn-
usslOhuta, axarl-
ahcad, hOhast, da-
a hdu Dl a c u r a ,
Ovarhlht uvulluDla.
Excellent area refer-
ences.
( 58) 2-377 Or
( 58) 83-778
312 ORGANIZING
DUCKS IN A ROW
Da-cl uttarl h uhd
Or uhl l h yOur
hOna! Cl Os at s ,
Dusanahts, whOla
hOusa. Or uhl a
yOur uar cluttar.
HOna lhIOrnutlOh,
hOtaDOOks, nadlcul
j Ourhul s, nanOry
ul Duns.
B a c k y S c h l u I I
( 3 1 3 ) 5 8 0 - 2 5 2 8
S u s u h M u s O h
(313)10-705 sch-
luIID@cOncust.hat
rwnusOh@cOncust.
hat
400
ANTIQUES /
COLLECTIBLES
RARE rlht OI tha
Wllllun Cluy FOrd
shl Dy RODart Mc-
CraaDy, slhad Dy
Wllllun Cluy FOrd
Sr. hlnsalI. $1,800
(313)530-382
WE D G E WO O D
ClurahdOh, 12 sat-
tlhs, $1,400 lus
uddltlOhul lacas,
l nnucul ut a. Ah-
tlqua Frahch Orcal-
ulh/ DrOha clOck
sat, $1,200. Fruhk-
llh Mlht 0 dlsluy
cusa lus Iluras.
N a O t l u D l a .
( 3 1 3 ) 8 8 5 - 0 8
406 ESTATE SALES
4 1 7 B a l u h a r ,
C r O s s a P O l h t a
Furns, Suturduy,
Arll 5 Ohly, un-
4n. Evar yt hl h
nust O! ltans lh-
cl uda hOusahOl d
ltans uhd sOna Iur-
hl tura, uhtl quas,
chl hu, atc.
ESTATE Sula! 351
Ll hcOl h, Dat r Ol t .
Arll 4- , 10un-
n. 30 yaurs uccu-
nulutlOh. 5,000 sq.
It. nld-tOwh vlctOrl-
uh, avarythlh nust
O! Art, Iurhltura,
clOthlh, hOusahOld,
uhtlquas.
GROSSE POINTE
WOODS ESTATE
S A L E . 7 8 8
HuwthOrha. Muhy
uhlqua uhd vlhtua
ltans. Frlduy- Sut-
urduy, Arll 4 uhd 5,
.30un- 4n. PhO-
t O s u h d l h I O .
htt.//Dlt.ly/1nuXhL
C
WARREN, 32155
Khu Avahua, Frl-
duy- Suhduy, un-
5n. (aust OII vuh
Dyka Avahua, sOuth
OI 14 Ml l a ROud).
COl l actl Dl as, I ur-
hltura & nOra! Plc-
t ur as @ uct l Oh-
a s t u t a . c O n
( 5 8 ) 2 2 8 - 0 0
408 FURNITURE
BERNHADT acuh
dl hl h sat $50.
Bauutl Iul , 8 cuha
Duck chulrs, hutch,
twO lauvas, $4,500
Orllhul, hlh quul-
lty. St. Clulr ShOras
(58)23-21
T R A D I T I O N A L
huhd curvad Quaah
Ah h s O l l d nu -
hOuhy dlhlh rOOn
sat , 8 nut chl h
chulrs, 2 urn chulrs,
chlhu cuDlhat, DuI-
I at , t wO l auvas,
10"x12" IlOOr ru.
Flra luca sat sOlld
Ehllsh Druss IrOn
1850. FOrnul llvlh
rOOn sat IOr sula.
Muhy Othar cOllact-
lDlas. (313)778-73
409
GARAGE / YARD /
RUMMAGE SALE
YARD sul a. Sut-
urduy Arll 5, un-
4n. 171 Marrl -
wauthar. Al l rO-
caads tO Iuhd uh
Eula ScOut rOjact
tO DahaIlt tha rulsad
Dad urdah OI Full
Clrcla FOuhdutlOh.
412
MISCELLANEOUS
ARTICLES
SOLID Ouk dry Dur,
41" tull, 4" clOsad,
72" wlth 2 sldas u.
2 u h O l s t a r a d
chulrs $00. LOts OI
tOOls uhd DOut ax-
trus. (58)70-441
415 WANTED TO BUY
CASH uld IOr haw-
ar usad uarDuck
DOOks & DvDs l h
OOd cOhdl t l Oh.
Naw HOrlOhs BOOk
ShO, 20757 13 Mlla
ut L l t t l a Muck.
( 58) 2- 150
OLD scuDu dlvlh
r aul ut Or s, wl t h
I l ax l Dl a dOuDl a
hOsas, uhy Druhd,
u h y c O h d l t l O h .
( 5 8 ) 7 7 2 - 7 7
500 ANIMALS ADOPT A PET
GROSSE POl ht a
Ahl nul AdOtl Oh
SOclaty, at udO-
tlOh, Suturduy, Arll
5, 12- 3n. Cun
BOw WOw Trulhlh
Cahtar, haxt tO Pat
Sullas Plus ut
Mlla uhd Muck, St.
Clulr ShOras.
( 313) 884-1551 Or
www. CPAAS. Or
GROSSE POl ht a
Ahlnul Cllhlc hus uh
O l d nu l a T O y
POOdla, nula Culrh/
YOrkshlra tya Tar-
rl ar, nul a DrOwh
P l t D u l l , n u l a
haut ar ad Dl uc k
nl xad Draad dO
wlth lura aurs. Cull
(313)822-5707
505 LOST & FOUND
GROSSE POl ht a
Ahlnul Cllhlc hus u
l ura nul a ROtt-
wallar, nula Wulk-
a r CO O h h O u h d ,
nula DrOwh PltDull.
Cull (313)822-5707
505 LOST & FOUND
FOUND lh Hurar
WOOds, u Drl hdl a
uhd whlta nadlun
d O . F O u h d u t
Cudlaux uhd Muck,
u snul l t uh uhd
whlta dO. LOst lh
Hurar WOOds u
l ura nul a Sha-
hard nl x, nOstl y
t uh. Cul l CrOssa
POlhta Ahlnul Ad-
OtlOh SOclaty ut
(313)884-1551
510 ANIMAL SERVICES
DOG Wal ki ng &
P e t S i t t i n g .
( 3 1 3 ) 7 3 - 7 0 0
603 GENERAL MOTORS
2009 POhtluc vlDa.
Aut Onut l c, r ad,
suhrOOI, ulunlhun
whaal , haw tl ras,
nOhsOOh sOuhd.
Curua kat, hOh-
snOkar, llka haw.
4 4 , 0 0 0 n l l a s
$ 1 1 , 0 0
(313)300-4307
604 ANTIQUE / CLASSIC
1978 COhvartl Dl a
vW Bu. Fulr cOhdl-
tlOh. Naads wOrk.
$1,500. Cush Ohly.
SarlOus Duyars Ohly.
(313)885-108
612 VANS
2 0 0 3 P O h t l u c
MOhtuhu. 73, 800
nllas, Oha Owhar,
l OOks uhd r uhs
raut. $,00 Cull
(313)402-8314
657 MOTORCYCLES
2003 BMW- CS50
wlth Jassla Dus, 5K
nl l a s , $ 4 , 5 0 0
( 3 1 3 ) 8 0 - 5 2 0 2
$
20
$
20
$
20
20 Words
for
SELL IT FAST!
Limited Time Offer.
Expires April 15, 2014
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
(313) 882-6900 ext. 1
Includes photo or attention getter.
ANYTHING WITH A MOTOR
Car, Motorcycle, Moped,
Snowmobile, Snowblower,
Lawnmower, Boat, Scooter.
Spring Special
Classied Advertising
an IDEA that sells!
Visa & Mastercard
Accepted
700
APTS/FLATS/DUPLEX
POINTES/HARPER WOODS
$950 lura 2 Dad-
rOOn uar, Irashly
ulhtad, hurdwOOd
I l O O r s , l u r a
cOvarad DulcOhy, 2
cur urua, ull ull-
uhcas , s t Or ua,
haur schOOl/ shO-
lh.
(313)881-87
1 DadrOOn uar,
varhlar. Cahtrul ulr,
ulluhcas, urua,
ut l l l t l as hOt l h-
cludad. Nawly ra-
nO d a l a d , h u r d
wOOd I l OOrs. NO
ats. RaIarahcas.
$50.
(313)881-314
1315/ 1317 Mury-
l uhd- Nawl y Dul l t
188. Lura 2 Dad-
rOOn. 1,280 sq. It.
OII straat urklh.
All ulluhcas uhd
dlshwushar. $75.
(313)7-405
1776 ROslyh, CrOssa
POlhta WOOds. U-
dutas thrOuhOut, 3
DadrOOns, 1 1/2 cur
ur ua. $1, 25/
nOht h.
(810)4-4444
2021 varhlar,lOwar
2 DadrOOn, 1 Duth-
rOOn, huturul Ilra-
l uca, saur ut a
Dusanaht, urua,
hO at s , $750/
nOhth, lus utlllt-
las. (313)882-35
21417 Klhsvllla- 1
DadrOOn, 2hd IlOOr.
Curatl h, ul l -
uhcas, luuhdry. NO
ats. $50/ nOhth.
(313)881-313.
349 St. Clulr, Uar
uhlt, 2 DadrOOns, 1
Duth, cahtrul ulr, u-
l l uhcas . $75.
( 313) 80- 714
700
APTS/FLATS/DUPLEX
POINTES/HARPER WOODS
549 St. Cl ul r, 1.5
DadrOOns, 1 Duth-
rOOn, uvulluDla IOr
$850. All haw, cOn-
lataly ranOdalad.
l nnadl uta Occu-
uhcy. NO ats.
( 313) 88-374 Or
( 313) 17-1723
HARCOURT Road.
Attructlva twO Dad-
rOOn uar. $845.
(313)88-3173
BEACONSFI ELD,
haur Karchavul. 2
Dadr OOn l Owar ,
hurdwOOd Il OOrs,
hawl y dacOrutad,
wushar/ dryar, haw-
ar wl hdOws, cut
Irlahdly. $5 lus
sacurlty.
(313)824-7733
HARCOURT, lOwar
Ilut, cOnlataly Iur-
hlshad, 2 DadrOOn,
1 DuthrOOn, FlOrldu
rOOn. ParIact IOr
rOIasslOhul. RaIar-
ahca, DuckrOuhd
uhd cradlt chack.
AvulluDla lnnadl-
utaly. $1,350. Cull
Put (313)70-180
TROMBLEY, 1000
sq. It, 1 DadrOOn,
$700 ar nOhth.
Curua, ulr cOhdl-
tlOhlh, wushar &
dr yar , haut l h-
cl udad. NO ats.
(313)822-470
700
APTS/FLATS/DUPLEX
POINTES/HARPER WOODS
702
APTS/FLATS/DUPLEX
S.C.S./MACOMB COUNTY
$ 1 9 9 . 0 0 MO t a l
ROOns, Slhla Oc-
cuuhcy, Waakl y
Rahtul. MlcrOwuva,
WlFl, RaIrlarutOr,
Sutalllta. ClOsa tO
X Wu y s 4 /
ShOraOlhta MOtOr
LOda, 20000 E. ,
St . Cl ul r ShOr as
(58)773-3700. Lln-
ltad uvulluDlllty.
ONE uhd twO Dad-
rOOn uurtnahts-
St. Cl ul r ShOras,
EustOlhta, Hurar
WOOds. Wall nulh-
tulhad, ulr cOhdl-
tlOhlh, cOlh luuh-
dry uhd stOrua.
$10. - $725. Tha
Bl uka COnuhy,
(313)881-882. NO
ats/ hO snOklh.
RIVIERA Tarruca. 2
DadrOOn, 2 Duth,
ul l uhcas, cl uD
h O u s a / O O l .
( 5 8 ) 7 7 2 - 3 0 8 ,
( 5 8 ) 2 4 3 - 5 1
702
APTS/FLATS/DUPLEX
S.C.S./MACOMB COUNTY
ST Cl ul r ShOras,
22545 Twalva Mlla.
Qulat, 1 DadrOOn
uhlt, haut/ curOrt
lhcludad wlth raht.
Ask I Or sacl ul .
( 58) 2- 112
705
HOUSES FOR RENT
POINTES/HARPER WOODS
GROSSE POl ht a
WOOds, 4 DadrOOn
cOlOhlul, 2.5 Duths,
2,700 squura Iaat.
$2,200.
(313)88-0478
HAMPTON 220
C r O s s a P O l h t a
WOOds . $1, 000.
Thr aa Dadr OOn,
twO Duths. TwO cur
urua, A/C, kl t-
chah ul l uhcas,
wushar, dryar, Ilh-
l shad Dusanaht .
Clauh. Cradlt chack,
sacurlty.
(313)884-270
QUAl NT Cr Os s a
POlhta hOna uvull-
uDla. 858 St. Clulr,
Cl Osa tO hOsl tul
uhd vlllua. 2 Dad-
rOOns, 1 Duth, Iurn
hOusa. Nlca yurd,
Oh straat urklh.
$ 5 0 / n O h t h .
( 3 1 3 ) 4 0 7 - 7 1 1 2
709
TOWNHOUSES /
CONDOS FOR RENT
137 Mul r ROud,
C r O s s a P O l h t a
Furns, 2 DadrOOn,
ulr, 1 cur urua. 1
yaur l ausa. 1 1/2
nOhths sacurlty da-
Oslt. $00/ nOhth.
NO ats.
(58)5-2084
716
OFFICE / COMMERCIAL
FOR RENT
OFFICE suca. Ra-
nOdalad/ Iurhlshad.
$ 1 7 5 u h d u .
CrOssa POlhta Purk.
(313)410-433
(313)882-6900 ext. 1
409 GARAGE / YARD / RUMMAGE SALE
Saturday, April 5, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Grosse Pointe War Memorial
32 Lakeshore, Grosse Pointe Farms
$2.00 Admission
MOM TO MOM SALE
(313)882-6900 ext. 1
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All Types of Fencing & Gates!
Quality Materials
& Workmanship
Serving the Eastside
for Over 35 Years
(586)774-2045
22901 Stadium Dr. SCS
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900 AIR CONDITIONING
903 APPLIANCE REPAIRS
MR. FIX-IT APPLI-
ANCE REPAI R.
Suna-duy sarvlca.
R a I r l a r u t O r s ,
st Ovas, wushar s
uhd dryars. Cull us
(58)32-753
907
BASEMENT
WATERPROOFING
ACTIVE Busanaht
WutarrOOIlh. lh-
slda Outslda, wulls
raulrad. LlIa tlna
uuruhtaa. Excal -
laht clauh u. Stuta
llcahsad, sahlOr dls-
cOuht.
(248)320-814
907
BASEMENT
WATERPROOFING
R.L.
STREMERSCH.
BASEMENT
WATERPROOFING
WALLS REPAIRED
STRAIGHTENED
REPLACED
DRAIN FIELDS
UNDERPINNING
ALL WORK
GUARANTEED
LICENSED
313-884-7139
G.P. 44 YEARS
914 CARPENTRY
ALL wOOdwOrklh.
HlstOrlcul rastOru-
tlOh, nuhtals, rull-
l hs, ahtry wuys,
cuDlhats, Iurhltura,
nud rOOns, Daud-
DOurd, uhd nOl d-
lhs. CrOssa POlhta
rasldaht. Cull Fruhk
I Or uh ast l nut a
( 58) 21- 557
C A R P E N T R Y ,
carunlc tlla, dry-
wull, ulhtlh. 20
yaurs axarlahca.
RausOhuDla rutas.
Burry,
(58)75-277
920 CHIMNEY REPAIR
CHI MNEY raul r,
tuck Olhtlh, Orch
raulr, ull nusOhry/
llna stOha rastOru-
tlOh, uvar/ sluta.
58-10-4887 DOc-
tOrRastOrutlOh .cOn
929 DRYWALL / PLASTERING
( 3 1 3 ) 9 9 9 - 1 0 0 3
lukashOralustar.cO
n Crucks, cOvas,
dacOrutl va, skl n
cOut s, ul ht l h,
stuccOs. All cradlt
curds.
ANDY Squlras. Plus-
t ar l h, dr ywul l ,
ulhtlh. StuccO ra-
ul r. Sruy, tax-
t u r a d c a l l l h s .
( 5 8 ) 7 5 5 - 2 0 5 4 ,
( 5 8 ) 2 1 4 - 8 2 1
GOT d u nu a d
l us t ar ? Exar t
lustar- drywull ra-
ulrs Dy rOIasslOh-
ul ulhtar. Hua dls-
cOuhts Oh I l hl sh
ulhtlh! Cull JOhh
ut ShOrastur Pulht-
lh LLC.
(58)822-57
929 DRYWALL / PLASTERING
930 ELECTRICAL SERVICES
( 5 8 6 ) 4 1 5 - 0 1 5 3
HOnastur Elactrlc.
Oldar hOna saclul-
lsts. Clrcult Draukar
DOxas , Out dOOr
l us, r acassad
llhts, uddltlOhs, ull
tyas OI alactrlcul
wOrk. Llcahsad, lh-
surad. www.hO
nOraIusas.cOn
936
FLOOR SANDING /
REFINISHING
FLOOR suhdl h
uhd Ilhlshlh. Fraa
ast l nut as. Tarry
Yarka
(58)823-7753
943
LANDSCAPERS /
TREE SERVICE/GARDENER
WOODLAND Hllls
CrOuhds Mulhtah-
u h c a . S r l h
clauhus, luwh cut-
t l h, ur dahl h,
shruD trlnnlh. Cull
TOn TOar
(58)774-8250
943
LANDSCAPERS /
TREE SERVICE/GARDENER
A luwh cuttlh sa-
clul! COra uarutlOh,
luwh saadlh, luhd-
scua daslh & lh-
st ul l ut l Oh, Dr l ck
uvars, ratul hl h
wulls, sOd, nulch &
tOsOll lhstullutlOh.
Shr uD t r l nnl h,
shruD/ traa luht-
lh, urdah nulh-
t ahuhca, ut t ar
clauhlh, luhdscua
llhtlh. www.luclu-
l uhdscul h. cOn.
(313)881-241 Free
estimates!
DAVE' s Tr aa &
ShruD. Traa ranOv-
ul/ trlnnlh, srlh
clauh-u Iraa astln-
utas, 20 yaurs. 10%
dlscOuht uvulluDla
(58)21-004
DI SCOUNT Luwh
C u r a L L C . Wa
r Ov l da waakl y
luwh sarvlca ut uI-
IOrduDla rutas, wa
ulsO OIIar u vurlaty
OI yurd nuhua-
naht sarvlcas. Cull
IOr datulls uhd sa-
cluls. (58)203-7838
DOMINICs Stun
Cr l hdl h. Back-
yards no problem.
Stuns Ohl y. l h-
surad. Slhca 172.
(58)445-0225
E X P E RI E NCE D
urdahar uvulluDla
IOr srlh clauhu
uhd nOst luhdscu-
lh haads.
(58)747-2543
VARSITY Luwh Sar-
vlca. PrOIasslOhul
luwh sarvlca, srlh
cl auh u. Waakl y
luwh sarvlca, Iartll-
l ut l Oh rOrun.
Cull IOr aurly Dlrd
sacluls.
(58)243-334
943
LANDSCAPERS /
TREE SERVICE/GARDENER
WEEKLY cuttlhs,
ush nOvar sarvlca,
Dulh uvulluDla.
AarutlOh uhd Owar
ruklh, clauh- us.
(58)0-1732
944 GUTTERS
GENTI LE rOOIl h
uhd sldlh. CustOn
saunlass uttars.
Llcahsad, lhsurad.
(313)884-102
GUTTER clauhlh-
raul rs, l hstul l u-
tlOhs, chlnhay cu
raulrs. Fraa astln-
utas. Fully lhsurad.
30 yaurs POl htas.
Sahl Or dl scOuhts.
Stava
(313)244-51. OI-
Ilca (313)882-7223
945 HANDYMAN
A uIIOrduDla rlca.
Ml ka huhdynuh.
Elactrlcul, lunDlh,
curaht ry, hurd-
wO O d I l O O r l h ,
carunl c, nurDl a,
ul ht l h. ROOI s,
DuthrOOns, Dusa-
nahts, kl tchahs,
dacks. COda vlOlu-
tlOhs. Snull Or Dl
jODs. 313-237-7607,
586-215-4388, 810
908-4888. Nutl va
CrOssa POl htar.
FATHER uhd sOhs
hOhast uhd daahd-
uDla. My Iunlly wlll
tuka cura OI ull OI
yOur r aul r uhd
nulhtahuhca haads,
snul l uhd l ur a
j ODs, cOda vl Ol u-
tlOhs. Llcahsad uhd
lhsurad cull Chrls,
Iraa astlnutas Car-
tl I l cuta OI Occu-
uhcy.
( 3 1 3 ) 4 0 8 - 1 1 ,
CrOssa POlhta rasld-
ahts.
945 HANDYMAN
OLDER hOna sa-
clullst. Clty lhsac-
tlOh raulrs. Sawar
clauhlh, curahtry,
lunDlh, alactrlcul,
l ustar, ul htl h,
kltchahs, Duths, nu-
sOhry.
(313)354-255
YORKSHIRE HOna
Sarvlcas. Exart ut
raulrs! Curahtry,
lunDlh, alactrlcul,
r O O I l h , wO O d
IlOOrs, haw uhd ra-
I l h l s h l h , t l l a ,
l ust ar , dr ywul l .
CartlIlcuta OI Occu-
uhcy raulrs. LlIa-
lOh CrOssa POlhta
rasldaht. 35 yaurs
axarl ahca, ahd-
l ass r aI ar ahcas,
Iraa astlnutas. Ll-
cahsad uhd lhsurad.
(313)881-3386
946 HAULING / MOVING
(586)764-0906. A1
Haul i ng/ Handy-
man. 24-7! Clauh
Outs. yurds, Dusa-
nahts, uruas, ut-
t l cs, at c. Al l -
uhcas, snul l da-
nOl l t l Oh. Sr l h
sacluls, sahlOr dls-
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