Hosted by Bush Seyferth & Paige, a law firm in Troy, the BSP/Cornerstone Charity Golf Classic has raised more than $150,000 to support Cornerstone students.
The Somerset Collection in Troy debuted a retail concept called Somerset CityLoft on July 27 at 1441 Woodward Avenue.
As a prelude to the 2011 Detroit Jazz Festival over Labor Day weekend in downtown Detroit, more than 200 people set sail on the Ovation Yacht for a cruise on the Detroit River.
225 Sailboats began the 2011 race from Port Huron to Mackinac, which lasted from July 23-25.
The Grosse Pointe Yacht Club hosted the 2011 March of Dimes Caribbean Getaway on July 20, which raised money to support children with serious illnesses. The event drew more than 200 people.
Held at the Royal Oak Farmer's Market on June 18, the first-ever BRU Festival brought together good beer and good food for a good cause: the Children's Leukemia Foundation of Michigan. Bagger Dave's burger, wings from Buffalo Wild Wings, and craft beers from Bell's Brewery were featured along with other local delicacies.
The Creative Ventures Acceleration Program, developed by the Detroit Creative Corridor Center (DC3) held a celebration at their new studio July 12 announcing the companies participating in the pilot program.
The Detroit Yacht Club was the presenting sponsor for the 2011 Detroit APBA Gold Cup on July 10. The event was won by Dave Villwock. It was his ninth overall and fourth consecutive Gold Cup win.
Fountain Bistro, a French-inspired restaurant in Detroit, held a grand opening celebration on July 8. The redesigned eatery is owned by Jay Lambrecht, Matthew Morin and Kevin Morin.
The 22nd Annual High Hopes Golf Invitation, held at the historic Detroit Golf Club on June 13, provided an upscale golfing experience for community business leaders and celebrity athletes. The event supported the girls of Vista Maria. Photos by Nick Martines.