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Creating a Legacy & Offering a Lifeline to Cancer Patients & Their Families

Captain Annie's Survivor chest is a non-profit foundation recently created by Kevin Hoerauf, Margaret LeClere and Tim Boychuck and born from a symbiotic goal dedicated to providing help and support to cancer patients and their families who are struggling throughout the Mid-Michigan area as they are going through cancer treatment; while also honoring the memories of two special people who lost their own battles with cancer in 2015: Kirk ‘The Captain’ LeClere and Annie Hoerauf.

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Work on Display at Saginaw Art Museum and Andersen Enrichment Center

Many times it takes the prism of the artists’ eye to show us how wondrous and distinctly beautiful the surroundings and natural environment is throughout the Great Lakes Bay Region that we often take for granted.

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Offering a Swan-Song to Summer with Top-Notch Music, Family Activities & Cultural Reinvestment in the Region

The 12th Annual Sanford Lake Park Parkapaloopza Festival is our musical swansong to Summer and one of our region’s most celebrated gatherings, largely because it allows fans, friends, and families an opportunity to bask in the sun and soak up a bountiful array of activities and top-notch musical nourishment on a half-mile of lakefront with 1000 feet of soft sandy beach.

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The Kinks, The Riff, The Road: The Story

Ray Davies has fashioned an autobiography that brings to light the vagaries of being a successful musician. His status as a rock & roll hero is certainly secure, despite a catalog of music that had drifted toward the mundane in the later part of the eighties and nineties. He was co-opting his own music and replaying that famous riff from You Really Got Me and its follow up clone All Day & All of the Night.

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Samaritas, one of the largest faith-based human services organizations in the state of Michigan, is hosting its first large, collaborative health fair at the Samaritas Community Center in Saginaw August 17, offering the community tools to empower families to be healthy on a budget.

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Shaping an Oasis of Riverside Entertainment

When it comes to resurrecting historic landmarks that carry distinct echoes from the past, Scott Causley and his wife Jill have managed to create the most distinct ‘Beach Bar’ in the Great Lakes Bay region with their amazing renovation and re-opening of the legendary Sand Bar, which back in the 1960s featured teen idols such as Bobby Rydell and later in the 1970s hosted such rock legends as Foghat.

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