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A community cafe

Ann Arbor’s Community High School now offers students a school cafeteria called Community Cafe which is located in the school’s lower level in the room formerly used by the Jazz Band. The Ann Arbor School District’s new wellness coordinator, Angela Demetriou, assessing school lunchrooms across the District, realized that Community didn’t even have a lunchroom.

Milan and Ann Arbor Students Win Prizes in C-SPAN Competition

Each year since 2006, C-SPAN partners with local cable television providers in communities nationwide to invite middle and high school students to produce short documentaries about a subject of national importance. This year students addressed the theme, “What’s Your Vision in 2020? Explore the issue you most want presidential candidates to address during the campaign.”

Sign up for the Detroit Tigers Kids Club

Show off your team pride and join the next generation of Tigers fans by signing up for the Detroit Tigers Kids Club to enjoy special insider access and exclusive perks, discounted game tickets, awesome Tigers gear and more. The 2020 Kids Club membership includes three (3) buy-one-get-one tickets (BOGO) vouchers. Each BOGO voucher is available

Eco-friendly diapers at your doorstep

On average, a baby produces 1 ton of diaper waste before they are potty trained, resulting in 1/3 of all landfill space filled by diapers. But, a new eco-friendly premium diaper service is changing the game. Dyper creates eco-friendly diapers that are better for the baby (chemical-free), the planet (fully compostable at home, unheard of!),

Hearing Loss Association of America partners with American Girl® to increase awareness of hearing loss

Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA), the nation’s leading nonprofit organization representing people with hearing loss, has partnered with American Girl to honor the company’s 2020 Girl of the Year, Joss Kendrick, to increase education and awareness of hearing loss. Joss— a fierce athlete with a passion for surfing and competitive cheering, who has hearing

A2ZERO directs initiative to achieve carbon neutrality

Following a trend in cities nationwide, Ann Arbor has declared a climate emergency while taking action to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030. In November 2019, the City passed a resolution that calls for cooperation with the public to create a living plan for achieving carbon neutrality, and to present the comprehensive plan by Earth Day