Issue 788

03rd April, 2014 - 16th April, 2014

Rotary Club of Saginaw Celebrates 100th Anniversary Showcasing a Broad Spectrum of Regional Talent

2014 is a big year for the Rotary Club of Saginaw, as this long-standing entity celebrates both it’s 100th Anniversary and also prepares for their ambitious 11th Annual Saginaw On Stage Music Festival, which this year will be held on Saturday, April 19th with stages at two legendary venues: The Temple Theatre & The Saginaw Club.

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The Public Libraries of Saginaw has chosen Doug Allyn’s “The Burning of Rachel Hayes” as the 2014 One Book, One Community selection. The One Book, One Community program encourages the community to read the same book and come together to discuss it in a variety of settings.

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With Saginaw County's Recent Acquisition of a $700,000 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle Are We Turning Cops into Soldiers?

While it is easy to understand why police like to be better armed than the people they have to arrest, many Americans are expressing growing concern that American police are becoming too much like military soldiers, with mounting evidence to back up this uneasy reality.

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If you are a woman who regardless of age or experience levels is seeking a new and different way to dance your way to fitness, Raqs Mystique Studio of Dance is the perfect antidote to predictability when it comes to obtaining a solid fitness workout.

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Easter is coming and it's not hard to guess who will be the "grandest lady" in her Easter bonnet on that day.  Yvonne Ellison has been designing and making elegant hats for many years.

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Wiretree may be the best kept music secret outside of Austin, Texas. The group’s power pop sound wrestles with an Americana folk spirit that provokes some of the finest tunesmith work coming out of the Lonestar state in many years.

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With our 28th Annual Review Music Awards Ceremony happening on Sunday, April 27th, here's a brief update.  All invitations have been mailed to over 270 nominees with the exception of the following.

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David Strouse Benefit Performance at St. Presbyterian Church Sets High Standard

Although the sun was shining through the stained-glass windows of First Presbyterian Church and basketball finals involving both the University of Michigan & Michigan State were raging on television screens across the Great Lakes Bay on this fine Sunday afternoon, unfortunately diverting  attention from the miraculous home-court display about to take place, Saginaw born and Los Angeles based David Strouse treated approximately 150 fortunate attendees to a compelling and breathtaking performance of musical dexterity on March 30th, performing the works of Chopin, Bach and Beethoven, along with several more obscure works, in a special Benefit Concert for the Music Endowment Fund at the church.

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