This past Spring the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools conducted their second Climate Survey of community members and staff. Sam Badger spoke with Nick Brandon, Director of Communications, about the survey.
Seva4Everybody began as a group of friends looking for opportunities to give back to the community. What began as sporadic events has become over 50 service events a year. Seva refers to the Sikh principal of selfless service for all humanity. 88.1 the Park’s News Director, Rebekah McBride, spoke with Harman Singh, Director of Operations for Seva4Everybody.
The Sunshine’s Skills and Drills Football Clinic has provided kids with special needs an opportunity to play football for the past three years. The next clinic will take place on Friday July 28, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the P-CEP Varsity Football Field. Saba Mangla spoke with clinic founder, Connor Sherman, about the inspiration for this community event.
The College of Creative Studies has announced a new partnership with the Plymouth Arts and Recreation Complex that will bring CCS classes to Plymouth. The first continuing education classes will begin this fall, and college credits will be offered beginning in January. Kaylie Seifert spoke with the Executive Director of PARC, Gail Grieger, about the collaboration.
The Detroit area is filled with many must see places to visit. Travel writer, Amy S. Eckert, chronicles many of them in the book “100 Things to do in Detroit Before You Die.” Bill Keith spoke with Eckert about writing the book, the best food in Detroit, and the challenges of telling Detroit’s story in 100 places.