The famous Kronk Gym held a fundraiser at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham on March 25 for more than 400 dignitaries, including trainer Emanuel Steward.
Orchards Children's Services, a non-profit family agency in Southfield, held its annual awards fundraiser at Seldom Blues restaurant in Detroit's Renaissance Center on April 2.
The Melting Pot in Novi held a wine-tasting event on March 10.
Don Davis, chairman of First Independence Bank in Detroit, a recording studio owner, and former Motown drummer held his 70th birthday party at the MGM Grand Detroit on March 28.
The Detroit Tigers held their first game of the season at Comerica Park on April 10 where a sell-out crowd watched the home team beat the Texas Rangers 15-2.
The Parade Co. held a farewell reception for its former president, Joan LeMahieu, on Feb. 2 at Seldom Blues in Detroit. The event, called Sparkles and Magic, drew more than 100 people.
The Birmingham Athletic Club in Bloomfield Township held a reception Jan. 29 to kick off its annual Motor City Open, where some of the top squash players in the world compete in a tournament.
The Brother Rice Business Alliance held its first 2009 networking mixer and fundraiser Feb. 24 at Ocean Prime in Troy.
Conway MacKenzie & Dunleavy, a turnaround management and capital advisory firm in Birmingham, held its annual holiday party at Bacco Ristorante in Southfield on December 4.
LaFontaine Automotive Group held a grand opening ceremony for its newest location — the LaFontaine Buick-Pontiac-GMC dealership in Highland Township.