Welcome to some new Woodchucks

Jean and Ron Krammer moved here from New Jersey but have come full circle since Jean grew up in the area.  They both graduated from Wayne State and were married here.  They left Michigan in 1988. Both of their daughters moved to the area. Kelly, her husband, Drew, and granddaughter, Brooklyn, live in Redford while… Read More »

Euchre Tournament

Although your intrepid editor failed to take any pictures, she is happy to report that all that attended the Euchre Tournament had a great time.  There were a total of 13 participants ranging from absolute novices to serious players.   Both singles and pairs were in attendance.   With everyone bringing an appetizer and their own drinks,… Read More »

Presidential Primary Election – March 10th

Michigan will hold a closed Presidential Primary on Tuesday, March 10th. While there is no political party registration requirement in Michigan election law, in this specific election, registered voters will need to make their ballot selection in writing before being issued a ballot (whether voting at the polls or by Absent Voter Ballot). The March… Read More »

Let’s Play Euche

The Social Committee will be hosting a Euche party at her house on Wednesday, January 29th from 6 to 10 pm.  Singles are welcome as well as those with little or no playing experience.  Euche is a fun and easy game to learn – which is a good thing as I haven’t played in years… Read More »

Newsletters and Events – Week of January 12, 2020

National Strawberry Ice Cream Day Wednesday, January 15th Did you know that ice cream evolved from ancient flavored ices? As early as 3000 BC, people in China served their guests sweet juices mixed with ice or snow.  Today, ice cream is made with a mixture of cream, milk, sugar, and eggs.  While fruity varieties of… Read More »

Don’t Shrug off Those New Years Resolutions

In Michigan, New Year’s resolutions of staying active seem to be at odds with temperatures in the teens or 20s and bone-chilling winds. But there’s still hope! On days when the sun is shining, the cold temperatures become more tolerable. There are plenty of scenic places and wide open spaces to get your ‘game’ on,… Read More »