Kidney Ball 2016

More than 800 people attended the Kidney Ball on December 3, 2016 at the MotorCity Casino Hotel in Detroit. The event, hosted by the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan, included a sit-down dinner, a silent and live auction, and dancing.


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Wine for the Spirit 2017

On Sept. 17, the Beaumont Foundation hosted its 22nd annual Wine for the Spirit fundraiser, which this year was held in the Via at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. More than 800 guests enjoyed a strolling dinner, select wines from around the world, a raffle, and tours of the new venue.

Best Western Premier Hotel in Southfield Grand Opening

Following a $12-million renovation, the owners of the state’s first Best Western Premier Hotel, located along Telegraph Road, south of I-696, in Southfield, held a grand opening celebration on Sept. 13. More than 400 guests toured ballroom, exhibition, and conference spaces; the Nomad Grill; and a selection of the hotel’s 206 rooms.

Detroit Economic Club New Leaders Luncheon 2017

On Sept. 13, the Detroit Economic Club hosted a luncheon at the Westin Book Cadillac Hotel in downtown Detroit, called Perspectives from Three New Michigan CEOs. More than 300 attendees heard remarks from Patti Poppe, president and CEO of CMS Energy Corp.; Joan Budden, president and CEO of Priority Health; and Wright Lassiter III, president and CEO of Henry Ford Health System. The lunch was moderated by R.J. King, editor of DBusiness magazine and DBusiness Daily News.

WeWork Grand Opening at 1001 Woodward Building

On Sept. 14, WeWork, which provides shared workspaces, community areas, and services to businesses and nonprofit organizations, held a grand opening event on three floors it occupies in the 1001 Woodward Building in downtown Detroit (WeWork Campus Martius). The company also has shared office space at 1449 Woodward (SW corner of Woodward and Clifford Street).

Hope Shines Gala 2017

The New Day Foundation for Families, an organization working to improve outcomes for cancer survivors, hosted the annual Hope Shines Gala at Eastern Market in Detroit on Sept. 8. Guests enjoyed dinner, cocktails, live and silent auctions, raffles, and live entertainment by the Ben Sharkey quartet.
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