FREE LUNCHES for Kids This Summer

What if you didn’t know when you might eat next? For the 220,000 children in southeastern Michigan who receive free or reduced-price lunches during the school year, the summer break can be an uncertain time. But through a partnership with Michigan No Kid Hungry, we can make sure those kids get the nutritious foods they…

ONLY FIVE SPOTS LEFT! Register Today for a Creative Arts Summer Program for the Youth in your Life!

We are very excited about this summer’s program and this is why you should be too! Field trips to the Detroit Institute of Art, The Heidelberg Project, Hilberry Theatre and Redford’s Artist Village, as well as to a local photography dark room (transportation will be provided) Youth will write and perform a play under the…

Get Ready for Grandmont Rosedale SOUP

SUBMIT YOUR IDEA & WIN UP TO $700 TO MAKE IT HAPPEN Ever wish you had a few hundred dollars to fund a good idea? The Grandmont Rosedale SOUP Committee (in partnership with Detroit SOUP) is currently accepting proposals to enter into a fundraising contest on July 21, 2013 at 19120 Grand River Ave. Anything goes!…

Detroit Achievement Academy Holds Open Enrollment Fun Day!

This fall, a new public charter school is set to open in the Grandmont Rosedale neighborhoods. The school is called Detroit Achievement Academy and will be located inside of Bushnell Congregational Church.  The school will be enrolling students for kindergarten and first grade this year. The mission of Detroit Achievement Academy is “to holistically support…

Green Communities Workshop Series

GRDC and the WARM Training Center are sponsoring a series of workshops to help Grandmont Rosedale residents save resources, save money, and improve our community. These workshops are part of a year-long campaign to raise awareness about steps individuals can take to live a more sustainable lifestyle. All workshops will be held on Tuesdays at 6:30-8:30 PM, 19800…

COMMUNITY SAFETY REPORT CARD: 2013

Last summer, the Detroit Police Department launched a Community Policing Pilot Program in the Grandmont Rosedale neighborhoods. As we near the one-year anniversary of this program, we are reaching out to area residents to ask “do you feel safer?” The Community Policing model employs the “Broken Windows Theory,” which claims that when a community and…