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                                                                        Calendar of events

        St. Patrick's Soiree set                 The event will take plae at Embassy
           Tickets are now on sale for the Night  Suites, 8600 Wickham Road in Romulus.
        for Northville St. Patrick's Day Soiree  Chamber officials said that seating is  Community chorus presents concert
        hosted as a fundraising for the Northville  limited. Tickets and reservations are
        Educational Foundation.                available at (734) 893-0694 or at          The Belleville Community Chorus  tions to support the chorus are encour-
           The foundation annually awards multi-            will present the 10th Annual Cabaret  aged.
        ple grants to teachers and programs in the                                      performance at 3 p.m. Sunday, March   Refreshments will be available for
        Northville Public Schools.             Mom to Mom sale in Canton                24 at Open Arms Lutheran Church,   purchase.
           The event will take place from 7-11 p.m.  Canton Leisure Services will host the  7865 Belleville Road.             The chorus includes members from
        Saturday, March 16 at Meadowbrook      annual Mom to Mom Sale from 8 a.m. until   The Cabaret program features cho-  Belleville, Sumpter and Van Buren
        Country Club, 40941 Eight Mile Road in  12:30 p.m. Saturday, March 16 at the    rus members in solo, duet and ensem-  townships and Ypsilanti.
        Northville. There will be an open bar,  Summit on the Park, located at 46000    ble versions of pop, oldies, show tunes  For more information, call (734) 697-
        entertainment by the Shawn Riley Band,  Summit Parkway, Canton.                 and others.                        1763 or (734) 740-4165 or visit
        Irish dancers, a silent auction, a wine pull  More than 60 booths will be on site  The concert is free although dona-
        raffle a photo booth and other amuse-  offering gently used children's clothing
        ments.                                 and shoes, plus toys, books, DVDs/videos,
           To purchase tickets or for more infor-  baby gear, Halloween costumes, water and  Church hosts cooking class    p.m. Thursday, March 28 at Plymouth City
        mation, visit      swim gear, and more.  Bargain shoppers  A Healthy Lunch cooking class with a  Hall.
                                               will also be able to find deals on furniture,  live cooking demonstration is planned for  The blood drive will take place on the
        AARP tax help offered                  strollers, high chairs and more in the large  3-6 p.m. March 24. Recipes will be provid-  second floor of city hall, located at 201
           Volunteer tax aides from the AARP   item area.                            ed.                                   South Main St. in Plymouth. To learn
        Foundation will offer free tax preparation  “The feedback from buyers and sellers  Topics include portion size, organizing  more, visit
        services to seniors at the Northville  over the last few years has been so posi-  our refrigerator the healthy way and what  [
        Community Center through April 12. This  tive that we always try to make it an even  you don't know will kill you.  rive-results?zipSponsor=pch] and to
        service has been offered to the community  bigger and better sale,” said Special  The class will take place at Sharon  schedule and appointment enter sponsor
        for at least 10 years at the Community  Events Coordinator Julie Allen.  “So many  SDA Church, 28537 Cherry St. in Inkster  code PCH or call 1-800-733-2767. For
        Center.                                shoppers were impressed with the wide  where the Rev. Errol E. Liverpool, PhD is  donor eligibility questions, call (866)-236-
           The tax aides are certified for tax  variety of gently-used merchandise at  pastor.                             3276.
        preparation.                           great prices.  Everyone looking for great  Pre-registration for this class is
           Appointments typically take 1 to 1-½  bargains should come to see for them-  required by March 19.              Garden club to meet
        hours. Taxpayers will get a copy of their e-  selves.”                         For more information or to register,   Members of the Country Garden Club
        filed returns. Only personal tax returns,  Admission is $2 from 8 - 9 a.m. and $1  contact Adventist Community Services  of Northville will meet at 11 a.m.
        not business tax returns, are processed.   from 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. All sales are “cash  Director Lucy Byrd at (313)293-9753 or  Wednesday, April 3 at Ward Church, 40000
           Tax preparation is by appointment   only.” There is no ATM on the premises                Six Mile Road in Northville.
        only, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call (248) 305-  and booth spaces are currently sold out.                                 The speaker will be Joe Barton who
        2851 during business hours to schedule an  For more information, contact the  Tri-Community Update is topic        will discuss Ponds and Water Features.
        appointment.  A volunteer will return your  Summit on the Park front desk at (734)  The Belleville Area Chamber of    Light snacks are provided and the
        call with information about required doc-  394-5460 or visit  Commerce will host officials from  meeting is open to the public.
        umentation and confirmation of appoint-                                      Sumpter and Van Buren townships and      For more information, call (248) 202-
        ment time.                             Inkster hosts Coffee With A Cop       the City of Belleville at the member lunch-  1518.
                                                 Coffee With a Cop, a monthly event  eon meeting beginning at noon
        Wild Wings take on alumni team         hosted by the Inkster Police Department  Wednesday, March 27.               Museum hosts Ghost Hunt
           Mayor William R. Wild, along with his  will take place at 6:30 p.m. March 20 at the  The speakers will include Sumpter  The Wayne Historical Museum will
        team of Westland Wild Wings, are once  Gracie See Pastaria, 26734 Michigan Ave.  Township Deputy Supervisor Karen  host a ghost hunt from 8 .m. until midnight
        again getting ready to lace up their skates  in Inkster.                     Armatis, Belleville Mayor Kerreen Conley  Saturday, April 13.
        to challenge the Detroit Red Wing Alumni  No agenda or speeches, just a chance  and Supervisor of Van Buren Township  Ghost hunters from the Great Lakes
        in the 10th Annual Hockey Night in     to enjoy a cup of coffee, ask questions,  Kevin McNamara along with special guest  Ghost Hunters will be on hand to oversee
        Westland charity event.                voice concerns and get to know the police  speaker, Pete Kudlak, superintendent of  the search for spirits in the historic muse-
           The game will take place tomorrow,  officers in the city.                 Van Buren Public Schools.             um building.
        March 15, at the Mike Modano Ice Arena                                         The luncheon will take place at the Ted  Tickets are $20 for a one-hour spot.
        located at 6210 N. Wildwood St. in     Chinese Culture celebrated            Scott Campus of Wayne County             For more information, or tickets visit
        Westland. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and  A celebration of Chinese history and  Community College District, 9555
        at 6 p.m. the Westland Hockey Association  culture through music, song and dance is  Haggerty Road in Belleville. Registration  ety
        Mini-Mites and Mites will take the ice to  planned for 7 p.m. Saturday, March 23 on  will begin at 11:30 a.m.         The museum is located at 1 Town
        show off their skills.  The alumni pre-  the Main Stage at The Village Theater at  The cost for the luncheon is $20 if tick-  Square at the corner of Main and Biddle
        game fun will start at 7 p.m. and the puck  Cherry Hill in Canton.           ets are purchased in advance or $25 if pur-  in Wayne.
        drop will take place at 7:30 p.m.        Entertainment will include folk and  chased at the door.
           This event has turned into one of the  classical dances performed by Metro  To register, or for more information,
        most anticipated events in the community.  Detroit area Chinese schools, vocal per-  call (734) 697-7157 or info@bellevil-  Blaze
        Tickets for the event are $10 for adults and  formances with solos by Xuan Gao and
        $5 for children ages 6 to 12. Children 5 and  Shubo Fang, Peking Opera, and Shuping
        younger are admitted free with an adult.   Ma, Italian Opera.  The evening will also  Spring Fashion Show set         FROM PAGE 1
           Tickets are available for purchase at  feature the Peking Opera, duets, and the  The Belleville Area Women's Club will
        Wild's office at Westland City Hall, the  Canton Philharmonic Choir, Michigan  host the annual Spring Fashion ?Show
        Mike Modano Ice arena and online at    Chinese Choir and March Wind Choir. The  beginning with cocktails at 6 p.m. Tuesday,  offensive and searched the apart-  show will also showcase instrumentalists  April 9 at Wayne Tree Manor.    ment units,” Stoecklein said.
        ey-night/details.                      on Pipa and Guzheng.                    Dinner will be served at 7 p.m. and the  “We're very happy with the out-
                                                 A special Pre-Show Reception is     fashion show will begin at 8 p.m. Tickets  come of the fire considering the
        Auto technology is topic               planned for 6 p.m. and will feature dis-  for the event are $40 per person and are  conditions we responded to-all
           Rob Demmer of Jack Demmer Ford      plays about Peking Opera.             available by phoning Chairperson         people exited and we only had
        will discuss new technologies drivers can  The event is presented by the     DeLaney Provencher, (734)625 -0919 or    one reported injury. Our police
        find in vehicles and how to use them dur-  Commission for Culture, Arts, and  from an women's club member.            and fire services did a great job
        ing the monthly Greater Romulus        Heritage and members of the Chinese     Wayne Tree Manor is located at 35100   responding and containing the
        Chamber of Commerce business lunch-    Festival Subcommittee.                Van Born Road in Wayne.                  fire.”
        eon.                                     Tickets for the event are $5 and are                                            The units were equipped with
           Reservations for the luncheon will be  available online at www.cantonvillagethe-  Blood Drive at city hall         working smoke detectors, officials
        accepted through tomorrow, March 15. or by calling (734) 394-5300.  Donors are needed during a blood       said. Stoecklein noted that the
        The cost is $20 for chamber members and  Tickets can also be purchased at The  emergency.                             complex is undergoing some
        $25 for non-members for the March 19   Village Theater Box Office one hour prior  An American Red Cross has issued an  remodeling and the smoke detec-
        luncheon which will begin with registra-  to show time.                      urgent call for eligible individuals of all  tors are one of the first items the
        tion and networking at 11:30 a.m. with the  The Village Theater at Cherry Hill is  blood types to give blood to help save lives.  building inspectors check.
        program set to begin at noon.          located at 50400 Cherry Hill Road, Canton.   A blood drive is set for 10 a.m. until 3:45
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