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Business, Holiday Guide
We're visiting local businesses and organizations to see what they're offering for holiday shoppers.
We're visiting local businesses to see what they're offering this holiday season.
Activities start in the morning with a pancake breakfast and 5K run and wrap up with music and casino-style fun in the evening.
Kick off your Saline Summerfest Saturday morning with pancakes and sausage at the fire hall.
This year, diners can call ahead at 734-531-8404 and pick up the food in the Benny's Bakery driveway off Michigan Avenue.
Items range from a restored pony buggy, to unique gifts from the Pineapple House, to yummy breads from Ed's Breads.
Mayor Driskell will also recognize Chrissy Houle, 2nd runner up for National Distinguished Woman Pageant for 2012.
Mayor Gretchen Driskell invites Salinians to enjoy Saline Summerfest Friday and Saturday.
The $9 million first phase of the project will see the construction of 57 assisted living and memory care units. Construction could begin as soon as next week.
The Neighborhood Files
This weekend's Duckin’ Down the River rubber ducky race at Curtiss Park offers some family fun and helps Saline Rotary Club raise money for community projects.
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