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Author: Katie Creguer
Publish Date: January 23, 2018


A Hometown Heroes Fundraiser event will take place on Friday, January 26, 2018 from 5 – 11pm at the Lexington Village Theatre & Pub at 7318 Huron Avenue, Lexington, MI 48450. The event will provide live-local entertainment with Mountain Babies, Hillside Riots, Dynasty, and Brent Mireau including 50/50 raffle and silent auction. There is a $10 wristband cover charge at the door or can be purchased in advance.

All fundraising proceeds will be donated to support the community banners. Donations can be made at the event or mailed to: Croswell-Lexington High School, ATTN: Student Council VA Benefit, 5461 Peck Road, Croswell, MI 48422.

Another way the community can suppo...rt is to get a 2018 Hometown Heroes T-Shirt. Lakeshore Graphics, Lexington, Michigan is now taking orders online for shirts. For every shirt purchase of $15 or more, $10 will be donated to the event.

For More Information, Contact:
Riley Black (810) 712-8133
Todd Wurmlinger (810) 712-0263
Shane Brockett (810) 841-8773

Disclosure: Hometown Heroes Fundraiser has no affiliation with any other company, organization, program or project in Michigan or across the United States.

***Student Leader making Community Banners a Reality***

The Croswell – Lexington High School “Making Visions a Reality” Class is making a program become a reality in our community. The class vision is to empower students to make positive things happen in their schools and communities. Student’s participation in this class is a year-long commitment. Riley Black, a senior, is a part of an elite group of student leaders participating this year.

“The military is under appreciated today. I come from a military family and we were taught to respect those who have served and are serving our country,” Riley said. For this year’s commitment, Riley wanted to do more.

Riley has been working on developing and planning her class project since early summer. She has put forth a great amount of effort stepping outside the box to make community banners a reality in the Blue Water area. And now it is all finally coming together. Riley stated, “I can’t wait to see the type of support and response we get from our event!”

Riley’s class project will be the conduit to get the word out to all communities and raise funds to support efforts for community banners.


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