College of Business Administration Centennial Celebration

The College of Business Administration at the University of Detroit Mercy held a gala celebrating its 100th anniversary on Oct. 28 at the Westin Book Cadillac Hotel in Detroit. The event, which began with a reception at the Motor City Bar, featured a dinner with keynote speaker Mark Ellis, president and COO for marketing and sales at Time Inc. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was also held for the college's new Center for Social Entrepreneurship.


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Evening of Art + Science 2017

The fourth annual Evening of Art + Science was held on Thursday, April 20 at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. Guests enjoyed a reception with scientific-themed cocktails, a strolling dinner, music, and a silent auction. Proceeds will help fund a team of scientists at the University of Michigan who are working on a cancer vaccine.

40th Celebrity Chef Dinner

Community Living Centers, an organization that helps developmentally disabled adults live independently, hosted 15 local celebrity chefs at the Detroit Athletic Club on Friday, April 21 for the 40th annual Celebrity Chefs dinner. Guests enjoyed a five-course meal, entertainment, a silent auction, and raffle.

Jazz Festival Luncheon 2017

A group of jazz enthusiasts, festival sponsors, and civic officials gathered at the Detroit Athletic Club on Wednesday, April 19 for a preview of the 39th annual Detroit Jazz Festival lineup. The four-day festival will take place from Sept. 1-4 and feature performances by the Wayne Shorter Quartet, Hancock, jazz fusionist Miles Mosley, and a jam session led by local saxophonist George Benson.

ACG M&A All-Stars Awards Reception

On April 11, the Detroit Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth, which represents more than 400 members from private equity firms, corporations, and lenders that invest in middle-market companies, held its M&A All-Star Awards Reception at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham.

Tigers Opening Day 2017

Thousands of fans flocked to Comerica Park in Detroit to celebrate Opening Day on Friday, April 7. The unofficial local holiday was celebrated with food and beverages at various local establishments and private parties throughout the city, and the Tigers beat the Boston Red Sox 6-5.
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