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PAGE 6                                                         ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS OF MICHIGAN                                           March 14, 2019

                                       WAYNE - WESTLAND

        Special rebate

        Dealership hosts clothing drive

           The North Brothers Ford dealership is  and household items from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
        offering a very special “rebate” to both the  Monday through Friday.
        Wayne-Westland Salvation Army and the    “We just recently started partnering
        Lighthouse Home Mission in the commu-  with them as well (as The Salvation
        nity.                                  Army),” said Brochu.
           The dealership quarterly clothing drive  “We have one of our employees who's
        will continue through the end of March  pretty active with the shelter. He and his
        and the clothing sent to the charities to  wife go pretty regularly” to Lighthouse to
        help those in need in the city.        assist clients.
           “It's great,” said Shannon Brochu, a  Lighthouse is with the Full Gospel
        sales manager for the auto dealership on  Temple on Palmer Road in Westland.  It
        Ford Road. “The value of giving is some-  offers food, clothing, shelter, job help, and
        thing that as a family-owned company,  transportation help, along with doctor
        North Brothers has always instilled in us.”  assistance.
        She cited the time and talent of dealership  Call (734) 326-3885 to inquire about
        owners, Doug and Tom North, and their  Lighthouse help.
        staff, devote to charitable efforts in the  The dealership sponsors a 5K with the  North Brothers staffers Amy Eastep, Art Naif and Dalton Cejmer recently met in the
        community.                             City of Westland to benefit business chari-  dealership showroom by the antique green Ford truck. Estep said she was proud to
                                                                                     hold the quarterly clothes drive sign.
           “We do encourage our customers to   ties, with a similar golf outing on the cal-
        bring in clothes,” she noted of the gently-  endar, too.                     recipients.                           generosity of folks like North Brothers.
        used clothing being collected at the deal-  “The food drive is around Christmas  “They go under the Christmas tree and  We're very appreciative of that. We're very
        ership.                                time,” Brochu said. Many community sup-  we have someone drop it off,” Brochu said  grateful for all they do,” said Hulett.
           One of the beneficiaries, Lighthouse  porters and car dealership staff pitch in to  of the donated food.           North Brothers Ford is on the north
        Home Mission, 34033 Palmer Road in     feed hungry people, with The Salvation  The Wayne-Westland Salvation Army   side of Ford Road, east of Farmington
        Westland, also accepts clothes, furniture  Army and some other pantries as the  Envoy Jim Hulett is grateful: “We rely on  Road and east of Wayne Road.
        Local students succeed at ‘History Day’ competition

           Students from Stevenson     Documentary: 7th grade  Audrea  Alana and Alissa Gildersleeve  Bargerstock Inside the Walls of  Kaylee Remington, Julia Riopelle
        Middle School placed in the top  Beene, Jolene Tran Vietnamese  Marie Curie: A Great Discovery  the Stonewall Uprising; 8th grade  The Battle of Marathon; 8th grade
        three of the Regional History Day  Immigration                With A Tragic Ending          Ethan Hjortsberg, Buster Wurm  Karley   Chouinard,    Molly
        category recently at the Detroit  Individual Documentary: 8th   Individual Exhibit:8th grade  1918-1919 Influenza Pandemic;  McFadden, Lydia Marcum
        Historical Museum and will move  grade Teya Adham There is No  Madison Sullivan Omaha Beach;  8th grade Alexander Geralds,  Tragedies and triumphs of Anne
        on to represent Wayne-Westland  Alice Paul, There is Suffrage: 7th  8th grade Greta Diroff Executive  Michael Boyd The Triumph and  Franks' Life
        Community Schools at the State  grade Brady Isaacson The      Order 9066: An American       Tragedy of the Little Rock Nine  Individual Paper: 8th grade
        Michigan History Day competi-  Invasion of Poland by Germany  Injustice; 8th grade Simon       Individual Website: 7th grade  Sophia Biber  Jonas Salk; The
        tion in Bay City, April 27.  This  1929; 7th grade Savannah   Erickson The Stonewall Riots:  Kiersten West The Great       Journey to the Poliomyelitis
        year's theme was Tragedy and   Brinkmeier    Korea    under   Fighting for Equal Rights     Depression; 8th grade Alexandria  Vaccine; 8th grade Jaden Tran
        Triumph in History.            Japanese Rule                    Group Website: 7th grade    Cripps  Making America         Fathers of the Planes (Wright
           Winners included: Group       Group Exhibit: 8th grade     Katrina   Luzadas,    Abbie      Group Performance: 7th grade  Brothers).
        Chamber to host annual Business Expo Saturday at Westland Mall

           Westland businesses are join-  event  is  Wayne  County    and CEO.                      members and $75 for nonprofit  tives. “Our residents actually
        ing forces to put their collective  Community College District while  “We get a good number of ven-  members. To participate in the  enjoy it a lot and so do our ven-
        best foot forward.  The Westland  the business sponsor is Westland  dors and we get a good number of  event this year, contact the cham-  dors,” Swope said.
        Chamber of Commerce will host  Shopping Center. The health    visitors. The mall's a phenomenal  ber at (734) 326-7222.      The new chamber member-
        the Health & Business Expo from  sponsor of the event is Michigan  venue. They're great partners,”  The expo was offered for  ship directory and community
        10 a.m. until 3 p.m. this Saturday,  Chiropractic Specialists, PC.   she added.             about a decade before going on  guide is also available at the
        March 16.                        “It's a great event that kind of  The Health & Business Expo  hiatus and coming back within a  chamber office on the north side
           This year, the event will take  bridges the relationship between  gives businesses the opportunity  couple years, said Swope. “It  of Ford Road just west of Carlson.
        place the east court of the    the business community and the  to advertise their goods and serv-  helps a lot of our residents,”  The Westland Police Department
        Westland Shopping Center, at   residential community,” said   ices in a spacious atmosphere.  including the opportunity to meet  across the street on the south side
        Wayne and Warren roads.        Brookellen Swope, Westland     The cost for a table is $100 for  dentists, chiropractors, and  faces the Chamber of Commerce
           The presenting sponsor of the  Chamber of Commerce president  Westland Chamber business  urgent care center representa-  site.
        Driver facing criminal charges in fatal crash

           A Westland man is facing    Wayne County Prosecutor Kym    due to injuries sustained in the  Johnson is currently listed as a
        criminal charges in the car crash  Worthy, Johnson was driving a  crash.                    "parole absconder" from a home
        that killed a passenger in the  vehicle that crashed into the   Police allege that Johnson  invasions first degree conviction.
        vehicle he was driving.        west side of a building located in  was driving eastbound on    The probable cause confer-
           John Henry Johnson, II, 25,  the 8600 block of Puritan in  Puritan Avenue when he drove  ence for Johnson is scheduled
        was arraigned Feb. 27 before   Detroit. Police were called to the  off the roadway and crashed into  for March 7 and his preliminary
        36th District Court Magistrate  scene at about 3 p.m. Dec. 6 and  the building.             court examination is scheduled
        Dawn M. White and is facing    discovered a passenger in the    It is further alleged by the  for March 14.  Both hearings are
        charges of reckless driving caus-  vehicle, Donald Dwayne Adams,  prosecutor that Johnson fled the  before Judge Ronald Giles in
        ing death and failure to stop at  24, in the front passenger seat,  scene on foot, and left the front  36th District Court.
        the scene of an accident when at  critically injured. Medics trans-  seat passenger behind.    Johnson received a $150,000
        fault, resulting in death.     ported Adams to a local hospital  According to the Michigan  cash/surety bond at his arraign-
           According to the office of  where he was pronounced dead   Department of Corrections,    ment.                                  John Henry Johnson, III

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