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ACC Civic and Humanitarian Awards Gala

Troy’s Arab American and Chaldean Council hosted its 39th Annual Civic and Humanitarian Awards Gala on Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center. The event celebrates the ACC’s establishment in 1979 and honors individuals who are visionaries in their respective areas of work. The gala attracts nearly 1,000 guests.

Southwest Solutions Celebration of Impact

Southwest Solutions, a Detroit nonprofit dedicated to human development, economic development, and community engagement, held its inaugural Celebration of Impact gala on Friday, Sept. 14 at the MGM Grand Detroit Hotel to celebrate 47 years of service. An honoree reception, cocktails, appetizers, seated dinner, auctions, awards, live music, and dessert were included.

SACC Detroit’s Crayfish Party

The Detroit chapter of the Swedish-American Chambers of Commerce hosted its Crayfish Party on Friday, Sept. 14 at the Orchard Lake Country Club. Guests enjoyed beer, non-alcoholic elderflower spritzer, crayfish, ham, cheese, Swedish meatballs, vegetables, dessert, aquavit, and a silent auction.

One Detroit Premier

"One Detroit," a show from Detroit Public TV committed to bringing people of metro Detroit in-depth, unbiased, and trusted coverage, premiered on Tuesday, Sept. 11 at Common Pub in Detroit. The show features Christy McDonald, managing editor of "One Detroit," Stephen Henderson of American Black Journal and WDET’s "Detroit Today," and Nolan Finley of The Detroit News.

Detroit Sessions Presents Rostropovich: The Indomitable Bow

The Detroit Sessions, a nonprofit focused on elevating the cultural vibrancy of Detroit, presented a concert in honor of Mstislav Rostropovich, a human rights activist and musical icon, on Sept. 7 in the Rivera Court at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Rostropovich: The Indomitable Bow, featured guest artists Bruno Monsaingeon, Aleksey Shadrin, and Ivan Moshchuk. The concert was part of the DIA’s Friday Night Live! series.

Sakura Garden Grand Opening

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder and Taizo Mikazuki, governor of Japan’s Shiga Prefecture, recognized the 50th Anniversary of the states’ sister-state relationship at the Sakura Garden Grand Opening on Friday, Sept. 7. The garden is located at Michigan State University’s Tollgate Education Center in Novi. Guests enjoyed appetizers, entertainment by Taiko Drums, and a drawing for a round-trip airline ticket to Japan.

New Americans Appreciation Gala

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder hosted a gala on Friday, Sept. 7 at The Henry Hotel in Dearborn to honor a select group of new Americans in Michigan for their philanthropic and economic contributions. The gala was planned by the Michigan Office for New Americans, the Hispanic Latino Commission of Michigan, the Commission on Middle Eastern American Affairs, and the Michigan Asian Pacific American Affairs Commission.

Detroit Tigers 1968 World Champions Team Luncheon

The members of the 1968 Detroit Tigers team were honored with a private luncheon on Friday, Sept. 7 at Motor City Casino Hotel as part of the 1968 World Champions 50th Anniversary Weekend. About 500 guests enjoyed lunch and a Q&A with 13 members of the 1968 team. The lunch was sponsored by Comerica Bank.

Antonio’s Piccolo Ristorante Opening

On Sept. 5, the Rugiero family hosted a grand opening celebration of their newest restaurant, Antonio’s Piccolo Ristorante at 31735 Plymouth Rd. in Livonia. In addition to a champagne toast, a blessing, and a reception, donations were made to the Rugiero Promise Foundation.

38th Annual March of Dimes Golf Classic

The March of Dimes held its 38th ITC Golf Classic on Tuesday, Sept. 4 at the Indianwood Golf and Country Club in Lake Orion. Guests enjoyed breakfast, lunch, cocktails, dinner, and live and silent auctions.

Big Wine Classic 2018

On Aug. 27, the 10th annual Big Wine Classic was held at the Birmingham Country Club. The annual golf, wine, and food event endows the Robert A. Schuele Scholarship Fund, which provides a full-ride, four-year scholarship to a Michigan-based university.

2018 Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest

On Aug. 30, 10 semi-finalists in the 2018 Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest, presented by Bedrock, gathered at The Madison to compete for $50,000 from Comerica and more than $200,000 in pro bono support from Hatch Detroit and its partners. The winner was Toma Detroit, a Latin America-inspired tequila bar and restaurant slated to open next year in Corktown.
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