Home » Archives by category » Community News (Page 411)

Washtenaw County Consortium on Aging, 2nd Annual Caregiver Fair Saturday, March 9th 2013 9am – 2pm

Washtenaw County Consortium on Aging   2nd Annual Caregiver Fair Saturday, March 9th 2013 9am – 2pm   Kensington Court Hotel 610 Hilton Blvd. Ann Arbor, MI   What is a “caregiver”? Anyone assisting another person with “Activities of Daily Living” (ADL) or “Instrumental Activities of Daily Living” (IADL) ADLs are defined as self-care activities, […]

Big Red Logo / Mascot Committee requesting assistance with designing the new Milan Area Schools’ district logo

Dear Milan Big Red Students, Community Members, Alumni, and Supporters, The Big Red Logo / Mascot Committee is requesting your assistance with designing the new Milan Area Schools’ district logo. The committee will be accepting your renderings of the new logo until 4:30 PM on Friday, March 1, 2013. The following criteria must be considered […]

Milan Bakery gearing up for Fat Tuesday – Paczki Day

Milan Bakery gearing up for Fat Tuesday – Paczki Day

Milan’s outlet for those sweet confections eaten on Paczki Day will be available on February 12 at the Milan Bakery. Originally a Polish tradition, the holiday is now celebrated in many communities. You don’t have to be Polish to enjoy a paczki. Traditionally the sweet concoctions, pronounced “punch-key”, were made on Fat Tuesday or Shrove […]

Coats for Kids

Coats for Kids

“This is the third year that our council in Milan has been a part of the annual “Coats for Kids” drive and my first as the chairman” said Tom Benoit.  Benoit is a member of the Knights of Columbus Howard Heath council #7587.  Benoit and past Grand Knight Frank Stukenborg canvassed their membership to donate […]

Milan Beautification Commission’s contest winners

Milan Beautification Commission’s contest winners

The Milan Beautification Commission has selected the winners for the “Goodbye”message contest held last fall. The winning messages will be put on the back of the “Welcome to Milan” signs found at the city entrances. The commission chose from 24 messages submitted by nine participants. Originally, only one message was to be placed on all […]