Thursday, February 12, 2015

State of the City Address


Waiting for the State of the City Address
Student Activities members Cooper Dayton, Ryan Tate, and Sydney SanJuan were in the audience for the Mayor of Detroit Mike Duggan's 2015 State of the City Address. As guests of Motor City Blight Busters founder John George, the students watched the speech in the Redford Theater and then attended a special event after the speech hosted by the Blight Busters. While there Dayton, SanJuan, and Tate were able to talk to many people about Walled Lake Western's 35th annual Volleyball Marathon.
Left to Right- Dayton, Tate, George, SanJuan

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Online Donations Now Active!

Online donations to the 2015 Walled Lake Western Volleyball Marathon are now being accepted. If you are sponsoring a student, or just wish to make a donation to the event in support of Motor City Blight Busters, please click any of the "Donate" buttons/links on this web page. Thank you for your support in our event and this great charity!
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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Student Activities Visits MCBB

Student Activities w/ John George and MCBB crew

Click here for more pictures of this visit to Motor City Blight Busters
Members from Student Activities class visited Motor City Blight Busters Saturday, January 31st to gain a better understanding of what the VBM35 charity is all about.  While on the visit, students met with MCBB founder John George at the Motor City Java house at 9am (as is customary for Saturday volunteers) and learned more about the history of the charity.  Next, the class was taken on a tour by George to see all the positive influence the Motor City Blight Busters have had on the Old Redford neighborhood of Detroit.  After the tour, the students got to work helping a newly refinished project get ready for an event that evening.

To cap the day off, Student Activities ate lunch at "Sweet Potato Sensations", a local restaurant that is still in the neighborhood due to Motor City Blight Busters work.  Overall, it was a great learning exerience for the class.  We look forward to future support through VBM35 and future visits.