The Formidable Fan Base of a 200 Year Old Tree

Early this week a familiar friend’s life was saved by the attentive and vocal community of Grandmont Rosedale.  A 200 year old white oak, with the circumference of 144” was scheduled to be cut down for the repaving of Verne Street between Warwick and Shaftsbury.  Word quickly got out that “the tree in the road”…

Grandmont Youth and Education Meeting Yields Results!

Every other Saturday from 10 am-12 pm Carla Smith and often Cora Duncan Foster of Grandmont sharpen their pencils, pack some snacks, and wait for neighborhood students to come to the conference room at the Chaney Branch library on Grand River.  As the Grandmont Youth and Education Meeting organizers, these women offer neighborhood youth tutoring…

Rosedale Recycles Turned 24 this April

Rosedale Recycles, the all-volunteer run recycling drop-off site at Christ the King Church celebrates its 24th year in service to the Grandmont Rosedale community! That’s 24 years of collecting such recyclables as newspapers, office paper, glass, tin, aluminum, cardboard, #1 and #2 plastic, and, twice a year, hazardous waste. Rosedale Park resident Margaret Weber, who…