Avon Players Presents Stephen Sondheim’s Company

All-Time Classic Songs Explore the Promise and Pitfalls of Love and Marriage Avon Players closes its 2018-2019 season with the groundbreaking musical examination of modern love from master composer Stephen Sondheim, Company running May 17-June 1. Bobby (Matt Cason) has a full social calendar but avoids romantic commitments. On the night of his thirty-fifth birthday, he reassesses his life by reviewing his relationships with his married friends and girlfriends. Bobby’s friends include … [Read more...]

Rochester Community Concert Band presents their Salute to America

The Rochester Community Concert Band will presents their “Salute to America” concert Tuesday, May 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the Adams High School Performing Arts Center. The concert is open to the public and free to attend, but donations are gratefully accepted. The performance will have an American theme and will salute and honor those who are currently serving in the military and our veterans. Included in this program, among other works, are “Shenandoah” by Frank Ticheli, Jared Spears’ “At a … [Read more...]

Spring Used Book Sale at the Library

The Friends of the Rochester Hills Public Library (RHPL) will give you a great opportunity to add to your personal print and books-on- CD library during the Friends Spring Used Book Sale set for April 24-28. Sale chairperson Ann Gruenewald says there’s a large supply of books-on-CD featured at the April sale, due to donations and the library cycling out some of its CD holdings. The place to be is the Library’s second floor Used Book Hub at 500 Olde Towne Road in downtown … [Read more...]

Rochester Area Prayer Breakfast May 2

The 38th Annual Event Features Rebekah Gregory Thursday, May 2, 2019 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.  Athletics Center O'Rena at Oakland University  569 Pioneer Drive, Rochester, Michigan 48309 Attendance at the Prayer Breakfast is $30 per person The Rochester Area Prayer Breakfast is held in recognition of the National Day of Prayer, bringing together people of different backgrounds and affiliations for the betterment of the community, the state, and the nation. The 2019 featured speaker is … [Read more...]

Neighborhood House Seeking Students for Youth Board

Opportunity for Students to Gain Leadership Skills on Neighborhood House Executive Youth Board Neighborhood House is officially accepting applications from high school students in Rochester, Rochester Hills, Oakland Township, Addison Township, Auburn Hills, and surrounding communities to apply for their Executive Youth Board. These students plan events, raise awareness, and are junior ambassadors for the organization. For those on the board, there is an opportunity to apply for a … [Read more...]

Open Range Shoot at Marsh View Park

Open Range Shoot for Ages 8 – Adult, Free to the Public Oakland Township Parks and Recreation is providing their drop-in opportunity for participants to practice their archery skills. Prior archery experience is encouraged. There is no instruction provided. Crossbows and broad heads are not allowed at the archery range. Children between 8 and 17 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. The range is supervised by certified USA Archery Instructors. Not sure how to shoot? Range Masters … [Read more...]

Local Real Estate Firm Launches Scholarship Program Aimed at Social Entrepreneurship

Stewart Team Real Estate Partners Awards First Rochester College Student with the Annual Stewart Team Real Estate Social Entrepreneurship Scholarship Oakland County based real estate firm, Stewart Team, recently announced a scholarship program in partnership with Rochester College aimed to help students majoring in social entrepreneurship. “Giving back to our community is at the core of Stewart Team’ mission,” said Kevin Stewart, Broker/Owner and Team Leader, Stewart Team. “When Rochester … [Read more...]

Ryan Smith Announces his Candidacy for Rochester Hills City Council At-Large

Ryan Smith announces his candidacy for Rochester Hills City Council At-Large. In 2015, Ryan first became part of the community, knowing that the library, parks, programs, and public services created a better place to establish roots in such a community. Rochester Hills remains all that he believed it to be when he first moved here, but believes it could be much more. He is confident that in electing him as a representative on City Council, it would reinforce the strengths the city already has, … [Read more...]

Local Residents Help Employer in the Spirit of Giving

The Generosity of Beaumont Employees Shines with Spirit of Giving Campaign Beaumont Health is a nonprofit organization that relies on the generosity of others to help fund leading edge health care solutions and maintain its commitment to compassionate, extraordinary care every day. And, Beaumont employees play an important role in the organization’s philanthropic success. Each year, Beaumont Health employees take part in a Spirit of Giving Campaign. All employees are asked to consider a … [Read more...]

Two A’s for Rochester Community Schools

The Rochester Community School (RCS) District is proud to announce a new long-term credit rating designation of AA with a stable outlook for the remaining sale of the $185 million unlimited-tax general obligation (GO) school bonds. The AA rating, issued by S&P Global Ratings, is the second highest assessment possible and indicates that obligations are “of high quality with a very low credit risk.” The previous rating for the district was AA- with a positive outlook. “A good credit … [Read more...]