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HW residents Bruce Carnick and Harry Katkowsky have organized a fundraiser for golfers and all net proceeds will be used to fund improvements at Rackham.   Although Rackham is located in Huntington Woods, the golf course is owned by the City of Detroit and managed by Signet Golf Associates.  Carnick and Katkowsky recognize that the City of Detroit has limited resources and investment in the golf course and the clubhouse have not kept up with the demands of a first-class golf course.  On Saturday, May 18th, the 1st Annual Short Game Skills Challenge will take place at Rackham which includes playing 36 holes, a continental breakfast and lunch.  The entry fee is $99 and first prize is $1,000.  Donations from individuals not taking part in the golfing challenge are welcome.

Call Harry Katkowsky at 586.536.3797 for an information packet on participating in the Challenge or being an event sponsor. MORE INFO

The MSU Extension service is offering an “Eco-Friendly Landscaping for Water Quality” workshop on Tuesday, April 16th from 6 – 9 p.m.  The workshop is designed for those with little to no experience gardening with native plants.  Participants will learn how to design a garden with native wildflowers and plants, protect water resources and manage storm water runoff and attract beneficial birds and butterflies to their garden.  Preregistration is $8/person and onsite registration is $10/person.  For more information or to register go to:  events.anr.msu.edu

The City of Huntington Woods is accepting bids for a Natural Playground and ADA Upgrades to Peasley Park located on Coolidge Highway between Winchester and Balfour Avenue in Huntington Woods, MI.  Bid specifications and documentation are available to be picked up at the City Offices located at 26815 Scotia Road, Huntington Woods, MI Monday through Friday, 8:30am-5:00 pm (closed from 1-2p).  Sealed bids are to be delivered to the City by Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 3:00 pm.  The bids will be opened and recorded at 3:30 pm.
This is a Federally Funded project.
The Contractor and Subcontractors on this project must comply with HUD contract provisions 24 CFR part 85.36(i), the Davis-Bacon Act.  Nondiscrimination, Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action, Section 3 requirements, Anti-Kickback Act, Federal Occupational Safety and Health Act and Department of Labor Standards and Regulations as set forth in the Contract Bid Documents.  Bids will be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder.  This municipality is an equal opportunity employer, businesses owned by women or minorities are strongly encouraged to bid.
Skywarn is a training program from Oakland County.  Individuals are trained to accurately observe certain weather phenomena such as cloud features that can lead to tornadoes and to identify storms that can cause damage. The training covers what information to report and how to report it. There are multiple class dates to choose from and the free training lasts 1-1/2 hours. To register, go to www.oakgov.com/homelandsecurity and click on the Skywarn logo or call 248.858.5300. MORE INFO
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