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November Corktown Residents Council Meeting Nov 11 at 6:30

Please join us for the next Residents' Council meeting.

WHEN: Tuesday, November 11 at 6:30
WHERE: St. Peter's Episcopal Church, 1950 Trumbull (park at rear of church and enter the sanctuary on corner of Michigan and Trumbull).

Corktown residents council news letters

October 7 Corktown Residents Council Meeting is a potluck. The meeting is at Spirit of Hope Church at Martin Luther King Jr. and Trumbull at 6:30.
Come on out and enjoy being part of the Corktown community.

Corktown

Corktown Motorcity Makeover 2008

Corktown Historical Society, ACCESS, Detroit Synergy and other volunteers do a bang up job in Corktown.
http://corktownconnection.org/sites/default/files/motorcitymakeover2008....
More pictures to be posted later.

Arab Americans Leaving an Impression on Corktown

ACCESS volunteers make a difference in Corktown

http://accfea.convio.net/site/News2?page=NewsArticle&id=6931

Corktown Residents and Corktown Patrol

CORKTOWN - A Great Place to Live and Work

Corktown Residents’ Patrol: Residents committed to keeping Corktown safe.
Over 25 patrol shifts were completed in April.
Watch for us – our vehicles now have “Corktown Citizens Patrol”
signs & will soon have emergency – style lights.
More patrollers are needed, particularly during the day!
(Next CB Patrol Training: Thursday, April 10, at 6:30 PM)
Resident’s Council: Comprised of residents and business owners dedicated to
insuring Corktown remains a safe, attractive, and family friendly

Corktown deli is now Mudgie's

Corktown deli is now Mudgie's
The Restaurant Critic
by Sylvia Rector - Detroit Free Press
The old Eph McNally's deli on Porter Street in Corktown is now Mudgie's, with a friendly new owner, a fresh look and a reinvented sandwich, salad and soup menu.

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