A great day on Saturday as downtown Auburn Hills was bustling with hundreds upon hundreds of children and adults making their way down the sidewalks and collecting candy and other goodies from the various merchants and organizations who participated in this year’s Spooktacular event. Although a bit cold, it was a dry day which meant that the weather didn’t prevent anyone who wanted to come out for this annual event from doing so. Continue reading “SPOOKTACULAR is Spectacular!”
Standing inside the Pentastar which you see when travelling past the building along I-75.
Grounds that are so meticulously maintained they are a piece of art.
The building seems to go on and on and with 15,000 people, it’s truly like a City within a City.
I recently visited the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) headquarters complex here in Auburn Hills, and complex it is. I’ve been with the City for nearly seventeen years, but never got to see some of the things I saw recently when I toured with a couple of executives from the company. Continue reading “A city within a city – right here in Auburn Hills”
Auburn Hills experienced a true honor today when we had the opportunity to celebrate the contributions of Leonard Hendricks.
A lamp post is adorned with a sign stating: Leonard’s Lane.
A park bench with an engraved plaque reads: In honor of Leonard Hendricks, a visionary leader and first City Manager of Auburn Hills.
From left to right: Mayor McDaniel, City Manager Tom Tanghe, Mr. Leonard Hendricks, Council Member Henry Knight, Mayor Pro-tem VeRonica Mitchell.
Mayor McDaniel with Auburn Hills’ first City Manager, Leonard Hendricks.
Leonard retired 26 years ago after having served as Auburn Hills’ first City Manager. With few words and humble as ever, Mr. Hendricks attended a gathering today with family, friends, and former and current colleagues for an unveiling ceremony for which he had no knowledge. Continue reading “Leonard Hendricks…26 Years Later”
Statistics tell us that the 2nd leading cause of death for those ages 15-34 is, tragically, suicide. Additionally, that suicide remains a top-ten leading cause of death for people up to the age of 64.
In an effort to combat this, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) will be hosting the Out of the Darkness Community Walk on Saturday, October 14th, 2017, at Stoney Creek Metro Park from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Continue reading “Out of the Darkness Community Walk”
Ms. Eddington was nominated by Officer Brian Miller.
Ms. Eddington with her award at the Auburn Hills Morning Optimist Club meeting.
On Thursday morning, October 5th, like most Thursday mornings, I attended a weekly Auburn Hills Morning Optimist Club meeting. Today we were lucky enough to share our meeting with Tamera Eddington, our wonderful and highly reliable Crossing Guard at Will Rogers Elementary. Rain or shine, Tamera is there to make certain that children safely cross to get to school each morning and afternoon, like clockwork. Continue reading “Tamera Eddington – Recognition Earned and Recognition Well Deserved!”