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Baker Tilly accounting firm is teaming with Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeast Michigan to gather nonperishable food items to provide 20,000 meals. (Patch file photo)
priscillahlewis July 23, 2014 at 06:43 pm
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For years, doctors told Dan Maurer he needed to lose weight. It wasn't until he saw "The Man with the 132-Pound Scrotum" on the TLC Network that he realized how wrong they had been. (Screenshot: WWZM Video)
Chily Lily July 14, 2014 at 11:14 am
my roomate's ex-wife makes $79 /hr on the laptop . She has been fired from work for eight months butRead More last month her pay check was $13153 just working on the laptop for a few hours. have a peek at this web-site , >>>>>>>> WORKJURY.COM
Steve Utash is pictured at a happier time with his three children, Joe Utash, back; Mandi Emerick, left; and Felicia Utash, right. (Screenshot: Go Fund Me online fund-raising site)
Racer Boy April 9, 2014 at 07:49 am
When you have a culture that embraces and reveres the disgusting lyrics and videos put forward byRead More the likes of Jay Z, 50 Cent, 2 Chainz, Lil Kim, etc., etc., etc. what do you expect? That is what is shaping the young Black culture of today. And who is speaking out against that sort of dehumanizing filth???...no one in the Black community. They think it's to cool to inspire outrage...and to intimidate...and to dress and act like gansta' thugs. They are pitiful examples of humankind.
T as in Truth April 14, 2014 at 12:38 am
I bet those attackers don't understand how lucky they are that Utash is recovering.
Marcus Boyd April 30, 2014 at 09:52 am
"And who is speaking out against that sort of dehumanizing filth???...no one in the BlackRead More community." Have you heard of Snoop Lion? Jah Rastafari is the Healing of the Nation. - OneLove
In addition to running the Chesley Street Community Garden growFarmington supports green and growing initiatives in Farmington, Farmington Hills and surrounding areas.
Faith Brower January 26, 2014 at 08:03 am
Vera Lucksted is very pro Farmington! She has her hand in more than just Green projects for ourRead More wonderful city. Thank you so much, Vera!
Deb Molloy January 27, 2014 at 07:18 am
Thanks for all you do Vera
A homeless man living in the West Valley. Photo by Mayra Flores de Marcotte. Los Gatos Patch
Matt Marshall January 22, 2014 at 09:40 am
Are the rich less charitable? Well, that depends on how you define more/less charitable. DollarRead More for dollar? NO... not by a long shot. Dollar for dollar the rich donate, by far, the most to charity. But, as a percentage of their income they're neither the most nor the least generous group in the U.S. While it is true that working class Americans are the most generous on a percentage of income basis (and that is to be applauded), what bothers me about stories like this is the wedge it drives (for many) between social classes. As we all know, America was not built on envy and divisiveness, but rather on things like liberty and the individual's pursuit of happiness. Some find complete satisfaction by giving of their time and talents, while otherwise living modest lives, others pursue their happiness by starting and building successful businesses that employ the rest of us. I say the more people we have of both of those hypothetical groups in this country the better. But, ultimately I say to each his own. It's really not our business who gives and who does not. Furthermore, while this article does not target redistribution of wealth; generally those inclined to shine the light on topics like the ones in this article (particularly while omitting key details, like the rich giving far more dollar for dollar than any other group in the nation) are the same ones calling for the end to something that will always exist, namely inequality. It is also generally folks calling for the end of inequality who want a central government to handle the redistribution of wealth. May I say (within the context of this article's subject matter) that such people should be careful for what they wish. There is as near of a direct correlation b/w heavy tax and wealth redistributing nations and LOW donation rates by their ENTIRE populations as one could imagine. Such a change in the behavior of Americans would represent a fundamental transformation... for the worse. P.S. I'm not rich... not even close to it.
A child is served. Credit: Hopatcong-Sparta Patch (File Photo)
pam wright November 30, 2013 at 09:44 am
Experiences like these really help kids put life in a good perspective......be grateful for what youRead More have and reach out to others to share you time, resources and talent. Good for you mom for supporting your daughters' admirable desires and going with them, as we lead so much more by our examples than by our words. Pam/Farmington
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