WAYNE COUNTY COMMISSION APPROVES $150,000 GRANT FOR RENOVATION OF KEIDAN PARK
Detroit, Michigan - $150,000 Project Will Restore Keidan Park as Community Asset
The Wayne County Commission approved a $150,000 grant proposal from Commissioner Irma Clark-Coleman to fund the renovation of Keidan Park, is a 0.8-acre park in Detroit, Michigan. It is a wonderful place to enjoy a little break, go for a stroll or perhaps a quick run before work. Keidan Park is a great place to visit with your family.
The renovation will include installing a new Nature Walkway Basketball court (explore layout and material options) Baseball backstop, play equipment (consider location to Yates/Keidan Park ages 2-Adults equipment) Passive areas for picnicking and Pleasant Heights Garden Conservatory.
All Four One Adopt-A-School Back to School Jamboree Was a Huge Success!
Detroit, Michigan - Hundreds of students came out for back-to-school jamboree at All Four One Adopt-A-School
All Four One Adopt-A-School Back-to-School Jamboree on Monday, September 11, at Westside Christian Academy and Jane Addams Elementary School.
The organization was able to provide hundreds of students with school supplies, and backpacks with many volunteers lending a helping hand.
During the event, Henry Wells, III executive director of Westside Christian Academy expressed that this was an amazing event and organizations such as All Four One should be continually funded to bring resources to the academic institutions such as Westside Christian Academy.
Sponsor by Walmart, Detroit Manufacturing System, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Michigan, Aloft Detroit at the David Whitney Element Detroit at the Metropolitan, Amadore Natural Spring Water, and Michigan Community Service Commission backpacks and school supplies also contributed donations for the event.