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On some days, St.

Clair
Shores resident Brian
Vogel is fighting fires that
rage within the city limits
of the City of Detroit.
Its a career hes had
for more than two de-
cades.
On other days he,
along with his two busi-
ness partners and Detroit
Fire Department col-
leagues, Jeff Smith and
Mike Urban, oversee the
operations of the citys
newest eatery
Firehouse Pub at 23018
Greater Mack in down-
town St. Clair Shores.
Were all active
Detroit firemen, Vogel
said. And I grew up here
in St. Clair Shores. This is
my backyard. I went to
Lakeview High School
and grew up on Harmon
Street. Ive resided here
just about my entire life.
We were talking, and I
told the guys that I think
a firehouse pub would do
really well in St. Clair
Shores.
What started out as
talk, soon became reality
as the three firefighters
came together several
months ago.
Mike found this spot,
Vogel said. So we came
here, looked at it, and I
said, wow, this would be a
real nice spot.
The kitchen and infra-
structure of the building
was already set up, Vogel
said, meaning the decor
and a few other finishing
touches would need to be
done to the location.
We changed the color
scheme, moved a few
booths around, and added
this fire department decor
from local departments,
he said. It was more
about all the good touches
that we wanted. It was the
perfect size, the perfect
spot, the perfect location. I
grew up in the neighbor-
hood, and I really wanted
to bring a real firehouse
pub here.
In early April of this
year, the trio got the keys
to the location. By May 10,
the Firehouse Pub was
open for business.
Were still tweaking
things, he said.
Everything from having
more decor to put up, to a
few things in the kitchen,
were still making small
changes here and there.
Changes include going
from 20 to 50 different
types of bottled beer, add-
ing taps to the bar area,
and overhauling the menu
making it a true fire-
house-style place.
We have very unique
food, Vogel said. Its
something that youre just
not going to get from other
places. Our pizza, for ex-
ample, is a stone oven piz-
ST. CLAIR SHORES, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 2014 VOL. 3 NO. 23, 12 PAGES
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Firefighters
bring flavor
to pub & grill
By John McTaggart
Staff Writer
PHOTO BY JOHN MCTAGGART
The Firehouse Pub offers a menu with several recipes taken right from the fire-
houses of Detroit.
Some came in honor of loved ones lost.
Some came to support those in the midst of a
fight.
Others were survivors, and others simply came
to show their support.
Whatever the reason, hundreds gathered at
Blossom Heath Park last Friday morning as part of
the American Cancer Societys Relay For Life
event.
I wouldnt miss this for anything, Armando
Fracassa said. Weve got to stand up and do what
we can to win this fight against cancer.
Many came as a member of a team, a team com-
prised of a wide-range of groups, businesses and
Hundreds come
to Relay For Life
By John McTaggart
Staff Writer
PHOTO BY JOHN MCTAGGART
Jennifer Garavaglia lights the Flame of Hope starting
the Relay For Life event at Blossom Heath Park.
Last year, the inaugural
Rubber Ducky Race for
Autism helped raise
enough money to pur-
chase iPads and other
items to aid in the therapy
of Autistic children.
This years event, the
2nd annual, which was
considerably bigger in
numbers and scope, has
the same goal in mind.
This money raised
here will be used to buy
more development-type
things, Marianne
Langlois, Director of
Family Medicine at Henry
Ford Health Systems,
said. These are things
that really help the kids
and the therapists as well,
who are working with
them. They need this, and
these things arent things
that are covered or part of
the budget. They fall out-
side of that, but are very
helpful.
The Shorewood
Kiwanis helps coordinate
and sponsor the Rubber
Ducky Race for Autism,
and this years event saw
more than 600 rubber
duckies get tossed into
By John McTaggart
Staff Writer
Rubber Duckies help raise money
PHOTO BY JOHN MCTAGGART
Cassandra Rusie, left, state Rep. Sarah Roberts, right, and Councilwoman Candice Rusie, center, proudly hold
out their custom-painted Rubber Duckies just minutets before the race last Saturday afternoon. The custom-
painted duckies were available this year for patrons to decorate themselves.
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The Shorewood Kiwanis helps
coordinate and sponsor the Rubber
Ducky Race for Autism, and this
years event saw more than 600
rubber duckies get tossed into the
waters along the shoreline of the
Chapaton Retention Basin last
Saturday afternoon.
See PARADE, page 2A
See DUCKY, page 3A
Were all active
Detroit firemen.
And I grew up
here in St. Clair
Shores. This is
my backyard. I
went to Lakeview
High School and
grew up on
Harmon Street.
Ive resided here
just about my
entire life. We
were talking, and
I told the guys that
I think a firehouse
pub would do
really well in St.
Clair Shores.
Brian Vogel, resident of St.
Clair Shores
See RELAY FOR LIFE, page 3A
Many came as a member of a team, a
team comprised of a wide-range of
groups, businesses and organizations,
each one uniting to raise money for the
cause.
Less than one week re-
moved from the 62nd an-
nual St. Clair Shores
Memorial Day Parade, the
results are in, and the hon-
ors doled out.
This is my favorite part
of the whole process, pa-
rade committee chair-
woman Cheryl Furdos
said. To give out the
award for the parade.
The honors were decid-
ed by a panel of judges,
which included former
mayor Robert Hison, Mrs.
Nancy Hison and 40th
District Court Judge Mark
Fratarcangeli.
Awards were handed
out to eight recipients in
eight different categories.
Heres a rundown on
this years award-winners:
Best Color Guard St.
Clair Shores Fire
Department Color Guard;
Best Patriotic
Mancusos Florist/ Mark
Wells;
Best Overall Float
Cub Scout Pack 1970;
Best Special Entry
Relay For Life;
Best Band South
Parade
awards
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Its a time-honored tra-
dition in St. Clair Shores.
Beginning at 10 a.m.
Saturday, June 7, the
tradition continues at
Jefferson Beach Marina.
The Jefferson Beach
Yacht Clubs 56th annu-
al Blessing of the Fleet is
a one-hour ceremony
featuring local media
personality, Lauren
Podell, state representa-
tive Sarah Roberts, and
city officials and digni-
taries.
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from the United States
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24504 Jefferson, begin-
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cue and a flag-raising
ceremony are all on the
schedule at the Jefferson
Yacht Club.
2A ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 2014
za. Everything here is
fresh and some of the reci-
pes are brought here right
from the firehouses, stuff
that we do there when we
cook there.
The macaroni and
cheese is incredible,
pa t r on Thoma s
Luchetvich said.
Vogel said he and his
co-owners are focused
on creating a neighbor-
hood bar, complete with
great food and a friendly,
family atmosphere.
When you come in
here youre going to see
me, or Mike, or Jeff, he
said. Were going to be
here talking to the cus-
tomers, making sure ev-
erything is going well,and
everybody is having a
great time. Thats the kind
of place we are we
want to be here. Thats
very important to us.
Firehouse Pub is open
Mon.-Sun. 11 a.m- 2 a.m.
For more information go
to firehousepubshores.
com.
Continued from page 1A
PUB
Blessing of the Fleet
tradition continues
PHOTO BY JOHN MCTAGGART
Firehouse Pub employees Makenzie Holbrook and Monica Zimmerman pose
with co-owner Brian Vogel.
PARADE
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the waters along the
shoreline of the Chapaton
Retention Basin last
Saturday afternoon.
In an instant, the gates
of the retention center
were opened and the
duckies were soon riding
the wave toward the finish
line.
Prize baskets were giv-
en out to the top three fin-
ishers, along with raffle
prizes, games, face paint-
ing and a bounce house.
The success of this
years event has admit-
tedly exceeded the ex-
pectations Langlois had
when she came up with
the concept last year.
Its amazing, she
said. People seem to
come out of the wood-
work when they find out
what this money does
and how much it helps.
Our sponsors have been
great. We had about 20
sponsors here today, and
the community has been
great. Its just been
amazing.
Continued from page 1A
DUCKY
PHOTOS BY JOHN MCTAGGART
Its amazing.
People seem to
come out of the
woodwork when
they find out what
this money does
and how much it
helps. Our
sponsors have
been great.
Marianne Langlois,
Director of Family Medicine
at Henry Ford Health
Systems
More than 600 duckies were sponsored to
race in the Rubber Ducky Race for Autism
last Saturday. Above, Councilmen Tony
Tiseo, Ron Frederick and Chris Vitale, joined
Councilwoman Candice Rusie and state rep-
resentaive Sarah Roberts, and others, in
dumping the ducks into the water and start-
ing the race.
Continued from page 1A
RELAY FOR LIFE
organizations, each one uniting to raise
money for the cause.
And money was raised, more than $85,000
in fact, from pledges, items purchased at at
tents set up throughout the park and dona-
tions in general.
Our gross revenue is estimated at
$85,130, said Amy Howard, American
Cancer Society Relay For Life specialist. It
was just a great event. We honored 74 survi-
vors, had 20 teams and 263 registered partic-
ipants online.
Howard said, in actuality, however, more
than 500 people attended this years event at
Blossom Heath Park.
The Relay For Life event raised more than $85,000 this year. Above: Relayers
walked around the park during the event. Below: Nearly two dozen teams showed
up to take part in the Relay For Life at Blossom Heath. Many of these teams coor-
dinated outfits and sported unofficial uniforms. Left: Katie Couture smashes a
minivan with a sledgehammer as part of a fundrasier at the event.
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To say all three softball
teams had a good week-
end would be an under-
statement.
In fact, each squad cap-
tured a ditrict title and
kept its state-title hopes
alive.
South Lake girls soft-
ball team was on a mis-
sion, beating nemesis
Center Line in a Division
2 district championship
game.
But first, the Cavaliers
had to beat Warren
Lincoln. On paper, this
was a mismatch, but once
the game started, it was a
battle for seven innings
before South Lake won
3-1.
I wish I knew why we
had so much trouble hit-
ting Lincoln, head coach
Dave Ahearn said. We
were able to squeeze out
three runs, and Sarah
(Nelson) and our defense
did the rest.
It was a nice win, but
now we had to beat
Center Line.
The girls and Ahearn
watched Center Line de-
molish Harper Woods
Chandler Park Academy
24-0 in its semifinal, set-
ting up another collision
course with South Lake
for the district champion-
ship.
The last two times the
Cavs faced Center Line,
they lost, including a 1-0
game earlier this season.
They jumped all over
us for three runs in the
first inning and had a cou-
ple of runners on base be-
fore Sarah was able to get
the third out on a big
strikeout, Ahearn said.
After that, the bottom of
our order came through
with some clutch hits.
They werent pretty, but
they counted and helped
us score five second-in-
ning runs.
After that, it was all
South Lake in a 16-6 vic-
tory and with it came the
district trophy. It is the
first title in the Ahearn
era and the first team dis-
4A ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 2014
The Lake Shore girls
softball team won a
Division 1 district cham-
pionship last week, beat-
ing LAnse Creuse 10-4.
Freshman Sarah
Ratledge pitched seven
innings, giving up four
runs to earn the victory
on the mound.
Taylor Laporte was
2-for-3 with two RBIs and
a run scored, and
McKenzie Nemitz was
2-for-3 with two runs
scored to lead the offen-
sive output.
Jordan Miller was
2-for-4 with four RBIs
and a run scored to help
the Shorians break a 4-4
tie with a six-run seventh
Lakeview girls softball
team showed it doesnt
have to be the best squad
to win.
The Huskies showed it
takes patience, a little
luck and determination to
pull off a Division 1 dis-
trict championship by
beating host Grosse
Pointe South 5-4.
I am so proud of our
girls, head coach Steve
Corbett said. We ran into
an outstanding pitcher
and battled through it. We
made some big plays and
took advantage of a few
plays to win a district title.
We played a very tough
schedule and it paid off.
We faced the best pitcher
(Emma St. John) we
played against this season
and had just enough of-
fense to win.
Seni or Rebecca
Corbett, complete with
bruised fingers and a cut
chin from getting hit by a
60 mph screwball, which
hit her hand and rico-
cheted off her chin,
earned the win in relief.
She pitched five in-
nings, giving up no runs
on four hits with three
strikeouts. Starting pitch-
er, sophomore Alexis
Nowowiecki, gave up four
runs on four hits in the
first two innings before
Steve Corbett decided to
make the change.
I just had to dig deep
and make some big pitch-
es against a good team
with good hitters,
Rebecca Corbett said. I
was a little shaken after
getting hit and it hurt, but
I had to give it my best ef-
fort for my team.
Corbett, who will play
college softball next year,
showed why she is one of
the best players in the
Ma c o mb Ar e a
Conference by going
2-for-3 with two runs
scored.
Nowowiecki was 3-for-
4 with a run scored and
two RBIs and senior
Tabitha Adkins had a run-
scoring single in the fifth
inning, which gave the
Huskies the lead for good.
The Huskies scored two
unearned runs in the first
inning, one run in the
third and two in the fifth.
In the district semifi-
nals, Lakeview edged
Grosse Pointe North 7-6
in eight innings.
They trailed 3-0, but
scored four runs in the
sixth to take a 4-3 lead
and added another in the
seventh.
Corbett gave up a two-
out, two-run homer to
send the game to extra in-
nings, but the Huskies
scored two runs on three
Norsemen errors and
gave up one run, but held
on for the victory.
Senior Elizabeth
Cooley had three doubles
and a couple of RBIs, and
junior Taylor Genzman
had two hits to pace the
Huskies nine-hit attack.
3-for-3: Softball squads capture district crowns
PHOTO BY BOB BRUCE
Lakeviews Becky Corbett paced the team to a district
championship this season.
By Bob St. John
Special Writer
trict title since the late
1990s.
The girls all played
well and chipped in with
something positive,
Ahearn said. I cant say
enough good things
about how our girls
stayed focused and won a
big ballgame. Our girls
deserve a lot of credit for
hanging tough against a
good Center Line team.
Senior catcher Krista
Nannini had a big game
at the plate, collecting
three hits and driving in
five runs, while senior
Sports
South Lake
pitcher Sarah Nelson had
three hits, including a
long two-run homer, and
three RBIs.
Junior shortstop Toni
Ruthenberg had four hits
and three RBIs, and fresh-
man second baseman
Emily Sturgis had three
hits and three RBIs.
With the district victo-
ries, South Lake im-
proved to 16-3 overall.
Coming up for the
Cavaliers is a regional
semifinal game at 10 a.m.
Lake Shore
inning.
In the district semifi-
nals, Lake Shore battered
Warren Woods Tower 9-2
as Andrea Rico was the
winning pitcher, throwing
seven innings and giving
up only two runs.
Jordyn Dunlap was
3-for-4 with two RBIs and
two runs scored, and
McKenzie Alvae was
2-for-4 with one RBI and
one run scored.
Earlier in the week,
Lake Shore battled a very
good Marine City team in
a non-league game to pre-
pare for the district tour-
nament.
The Shorians blanked
the Mariners 5-0, improv-
ing to 22-11 overall.
Head coach Will
Puvalowski used four
pitchers, who combined
to give up only one hit
and one walk. The pitch-
ers were Rico, Ratledge,
Anika Champine and
Jessica Clouse.
Laporte went 3-for-4
and scored a run, while
Nemitz, Rico, Brooke
Wauters and Miller all
went 2-for-4. Waters,
Miller, and Rico each had
an RBI; and Rico and
Nemitz each scored a run.
As a team, the Shorians
pounded out 13 hits.
Lakeview
Huskies bow out
Host St. Clair Shores
Lakeview girls soccer
team entered its Division 1
district tournament with
hopes of winning three
games and a title.
The first game was a tilt
against Grosse Pointe
North, a team the Huskies
beat 3-1 on April 2 on a
cold, windy evening.
In that game, the
Huskies dominated the
second half in the victory,
but in this game it was the
Norsemen who controlled
two-thirds of the play.
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turned out to be the win-
ning goal at the 26:03
mark of the first half as
Lakeview lost 1-0, ending
its season 10-7-2 overall.
Head coach Brooke
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her Huskies put several
shots on net in the first
half, including a 20-yard
free kick by senior Jessica
Witt at the 16:10 mark.
At the 10-minute mark
of the opening half, Witt
sent a crossing pass to ju-
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sophomore goalkeeper
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could get a foot on it.
The Norsemen had sev-
eral chances to extend the
lead, but senior goalie
Sam Uppleger stood tall,
making tough saves to
keep the Huskies within a
goal. She stopped two
break-aways to lift her
teammates spirits.
The Huskies nearly tied
the game on two great
scoring chances late in the
second half. The first shot
rolled just wide of an emp-
ty right side of the net and
the second shot by senior
Becca Penny was saved
by McPharlin.
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19
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$
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Lake Shore High Schools Class of 2014 graduated last
Saturday in front of hundreds of people at the schools
football field. Top: Caps in the air as the Class of 2014
is officially graduated. Above: Congresswoman
Candice Miller, a Lake Shore alumna, was the com-
mencement speaker at the ceremony. Above right:
Lake Shore Public Schools Superintendant Chris
Loria addressed the Class of 2014 during the ceremo-
ny. Above, far right: After accepting her diploma,
Carly Vargo prepares for an embrace from counseling
secretary Donna Bates.
Photos by John McTaggart
Top right: Breana Stewart
embraces one of her class-
mates just moments after
the ceremony was com-
plete last Saturday at Lake
Shore High School.
Above: The Class of 2014
marches into the stadi-
um to kick off the cere-
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Maggie Varney, founder
and CEO of Wigs 4 Kids
Wellness Center and
Salon, 30126 Harper in St.
Clair Shores, was hon-
ored May 15 at a recogni-
tion dinner as the winner
of the 2014 Molina
Healthcare Community
Champions Award.
Varney received the Dr. C.
David Molina trophy and a
grant of $1,000 for Wigs 4
Kids. The award honors
volunteers, health profes-
sionals and advocates who
demonstrate selfless dedi-
cation to improving the
quality of life in the com-
munity.
Varney was also hon-
ored the 2014 Peoples
Choice of Macomb
County award as favorite
nonprofit executive direc-
tor. The awards were pre-
sented by Leadership
Macomb.
Summer Playground
St. Clair Shores Parks &
Recreation s 2014
Summer Playground
Program begins Monday,
June 16, at Veterans
Memorial Park, 32400
Jefferson, St. Clair Shores.
The program is for chil-
dren ages 5 to 12 and is
held from 8:30 a.m. to 5
p.m. each week through
Friday, Aug. 15.
Space is limited. For
more information or to
register, call (586) 445-
5350.
SCS Players
The St. Clair Shores
Players production The
Boardinghouse, opens at
7:30 p.m. Friday, June 6,
with subsequent perfor-
mances at 7:30 p.m.
Saturdays, June 7 and 14,
and Friday, June 13, at
Good Shepherd United
Methodist Church, 31601
Harper, St. Clair Shores.
Tickets are sold at the
door and cost $10 each or
$9 for students and se-
niors age 60 or older.
For more information,
send an e-mail to scsplay-
ersorg@yahoo.com or vis-
it scsplayers.org.
June Fest
The 9/Mack Merchants
Association holds its 2014
June Fest from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. Saturday, June 7,
on 9 Mile and Mack, St.
Clair Shores.
Highlights include a
street fair, arts and crafts,
sidewalk sales, train rides,
face painting, Made in
Michigan food court, pet-
ting zoo and entertain-
ment.
For more information,
call (586) 771-8510.
Walk-a-thon
The Mi chi gan
Parkinson Foundation
Walk-a-thon & 5K Run be-
gins at 10 a.m. Saturday,
June 7, at South Lake
Schools Administrative
Complex, 23101 Stadium,
St. Clair Shores.
Late registration is avail-
able on-site the day of the
event.
The event is presented
by Taco Bell, Gentherm,
St. John Providence
Health System and Henry
Ford Health System.
For more information,
call (586) 435-1600 or visit
parkinsonsmi.org/walk
athon.
Hazardous waste
The City of St. Clair
Shores Department of
Public Works and Rizzo
Environmental Services
Inc. will hold a household
hazardous waste and elec-
tronic-waste collection
day from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday, June 7, in the
parking lot at the St. Clair
Shores Civic Ice Arena,
20000 Stephens, St. Clair
Shores.
The collection service is
for residents only, and
each vehicle must provide
identification with a cur-
rent address.
The accepted waste in-
cludes: oil-based paint and
solvents; aerosols; corro-
sives, acids/bases; pesti-
cides and herbicides; fer-
tilizer and weed killers;
cleaners and degreasers;
non-regulated waste; non-
DEA pharmaceuticals;
propane cylinders, under
30 pounds; batteries; mer-
cury; electronics, all kinds;
fluorescent tubes and; mo-
tor oil and fluids.
For more information,
call (586) 445-5363.
THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 2014 ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION 7A
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el doesnt come cheap, es-
pecially since Ford offers
a non-plug-in, 300 pound
lighter sibling Fusion
Hybrid that starts at
$27,280 and delivers im-
pressive 47/47 EPA num-
bers.
Could the regular Fusion
Hybrid be the better value
for most consumers? Yes,
it can, as the $10,000 base
price differential can buy
lots of fuel along the way.
Still, Fusion Energi de-
livers what Fusion Hybrid
doesnt and is the green-
er of the two. Specifically,
Energi offers three dis-
tinct drive modes at the
press of a button. An EV
Now all-electric mode
allows Fusion Energi to
accelerate to 85 mph and
still go 21 miles on full
electric. Acceleration in
electric-only is slow, but it
will get you up to turnpike
speeds. Next, theres an
EV Automatic mode that
utilizes both electric and
gas, and is similar to the
Fusion Hybrid. The final
mode is nearly full gas en-
gine power, which allows
the battery to build more
energy for later use.
One major drawback is
the trunk, where the
much larger Energi bat-
tery system shrinks cargo
capacity to a scant 8.2 cu-
bic feet. This number is
far from a regular Fusions
16 cubic feet, and smaller
than Fusion Hybrids 12.
The second drawback is
price. As noted, a $10,000
base price differential
cant be ignored.
However, if you want the
most advanced electric
plug-in on the road, the
2014 Fusion Energi is a
good choice.
Similar to competitors
Chevy Volt and Toyota
Prius plug-ins, once you
use up the allotted elec-
tric-only capacity, Fusion
Energi operates like its
sibling Fusion Hybrid.
Our Energi tester came
with amenities and stan-
dard features such as
leather interior, 17-inch
alloys, foglamps, heated
auto-dimming mirrors,
power-heated front seats,
dual-zone climate control,
tilt-and-telescoping,
cruise, MyFord Touch
eight-inch LCD screen
and a six-speaker stereo
Sirius satellite setup with
CD, iPod and USB.
Options on our tester
included an $895 Park
Assist, $190 rear inflat-
able safety belt, $1,140
Driver Assist package,
$295 rearview camera,
$520 Intel Access with
pushbutton start, $795
navigation system, $295
reverse sensing, and a
$995 adaptive cruise con-
trol system with collision
warning and brake assist.
The plug-in is mounted
on the driver-side front
fender and is easy to hook
up. Remember your elec-
tric bill will go up, but the
return on investment is
clearly in Fords favor.
Energi will fully charge in
seven hours using a 120
outlet or just two and one-
half hours using a 240. All
modern safety items are
standard and Fusion re-
ceives an overall Five Star
National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration rat-
ing.
Energis cabin is top
notch, too, with Lincoln-
like enhancements greet-
ing driver and passenger.
Your local Ford dealer will
explain everything about
the Fusion hybrids when
you visit the showroom.
Important numbers in-
clude a wheelbase of
112.2 inches, 3,913-pound
curb weight and a 14 gal-
lon fuel tank.
In summary, competi-
tors Toyota Prius Plug-In
comes in at 95 mpge while
Chevrolet Volt comes in at
98 mpge, both delivered
in smaller footprints than
the larger Fusion Volt is
a four passenger. New this
year is a 2014 Honda
Accord Plug-in Hybrid,
which seems closer to
Fusion Energi on paper.
Likes: Plug-in system,
mpge ratings, safety,
beautiful car overall.
Dislikes: Rear camera
an option, trunk space,
high price.
Zyla is a syndicated au-
tomotive columnist.
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304 GENERAL
COMPANI ON I Or
lausuht, uctlva wO-
nuh wlth aurly da-
nahtlu IOr lhtallac-
t uul uhd uct l va
stlnulutlOh. Must
huva Owh truhsOrt-
utlOh. Thraa duys
ar waak.
(313)343-0213
I N Home Car e-
giver uvulluDla. ln-
nadluta Oahlhs.
RaIarahcas, truhs-
OrtutlOh.
(586)506-6195
305 HOUSE CLEANING
AMERICAN hurd-
wOr kl h wOnuh
uvulluDla tO clauh
yOur hOna. HOhast,
daahduDl a, ral l -
uDla. 1 yaurs ax-
arlahca.
(313)527-157
MARGARET L.L.C.
HOusa cl auhl h/
l uuhdry sarvl cas.
POllsh ludlas, vary
axarlahcad, axcal-
laht raIarahcas. Wa
tuka cura OI sahlOr
haads.
(313)31-757
YOU Ilhully IOuhd
us, wOnah whO uc-
tuully llka tO clauh.
AlsO Srlh urdah
clauh u uhd luht-
lh. ThOrOuh, rall-
uDla, trustwOrthy.
18 yaurs axarl -
ahca, raIarahcas.
(313)550-280
307 NURSES AIDES
LIVE-In Care
Givers
Daily Rates/Hourly
Cura/ COOk/ Clauh
Llcahsad-BOhdad
Care at Home
Est.184
58-772-0035
310 ASSISTED LIVING
Im uh axarlahcad
cura lvar IOr tha
al dar l y, saakl h
wOrk. RaIarahcas.
(58)222-072
312 ORGANIZING
DUCKS IN A ROW
Da-cl uttarl h uhd
Or uhl l h yOur
hOna! Cl Os at s ,
Dusanahts, whOla
hOusa. Or uhl a
yOur uar cluttar.
HOna lhIOrnutlOh,
hOtaDOOks, nadlcul
j Ourhul s, nanOry
ul Duns.
B a c k y S c h l u I I
( 3 1 3 ) 5 8 0 - 2 5 2 8
S u s u h M u s O h
(313)10-705 sch-
luIID@cOncust.hat
rwnusOh@cOncust.
hat
400
ANTIQUES /
COLLECTIBLES
GROSSE POl ht a
Purk DlOck sula, 500
Bl Ock PanDartOh
(Datwaah KOrta uhd
Wl hdnl l l POl hta) .
Suturduy Juha 7,
Ohl y un- 5n
406 ESTATE SALES
1 9 3 1 Ka hnOr a ,
C r O s s a P O l h t a
WOOds, Frlduy, Juha
, 8. 30un- 3n,
Suturduy, Juha 7,
8.30un- 2 n. Ah-
tl quas, Iurhl tura,
hOusahOl d OOds
lusswura uhd Ilur-
lhas.
CLINTON TOWN-
SHIP 4 duy sula!.
24318 Shar Dack
Drl va, Thursduy-
Suhduy, un- 5n.
(Eust OII Hurar Av-
ahua, SOut h OI
CrOckar BOulavurd).
COl l actl Dl as, I ur-
hltura & nOra! PhO-
t O s @
uctl Ohastuta. cOn
( 58) 228-00
HARRISON TOWN-
S H I P . 3 3 0 5
ManOry Luha. Frl-
duy- Suhduy, un-
5n. ( SOut h OI I
SOuth Rlvar ROud,
Wast OI Brldavlaw
St r aat ) . Al Duns,
jukaDOx, slOt nu-
chl has & nOr a!
PhOtOs @ uctl Oh-
a s t u t a . c O n
( 5 8 ) 2 2 8 - 0 0
SALE s t a r t i ng
June 3. 177 Llttla-
stOha (1 DlOck OII OI
Mu c k ) , Cr O s s a
POlhta WOOds. Juha
3- 5, un- 4n.
Plus sla wOnah's
clOthlh, lrl twlh
clOthlh, Iurhltura,
avarythlh IrOn A-
Z.
406 ESTATE SALES
SHELBY TOWN-
SHI P. 13150 24
Mlla ROud. Frlduy-
Suhduy, un- 5n.
(Wast OI SchOah-
harr ROud). COllact-
l Dl as, Iurhl tura &
nOra! PhOtOs @ uc-
t l O h a s t u t a . c O n
( 5 8 ) 2 2 8 - 0 0
408 FURNITURE
OFFICE cradahu/
hutch, ruy, llhtad,
72"W x 28 x "H,
lus lutarul Illa, ax-
cal l aht . $140 Or
Dast OI I ar.
(313)300-3401
SLIGH CruhdIuthar
clOck, $750. Sturk
Ru, huhd hOOkad
HOh KOh, 7'- " x
11', $1,000. Much
nOr a I ur hl t ur a,
dask, DuIIat, Irunad
urt uhd nlrrOrs act.
MOvlh, cOna saa
uhd nuka OI I ar .
( 3 1 3 ) 3 0 0 - 4 4 ,
( 3 1 3 ) 4 0 2 - 8 1 7 7
409
GARAGE / YARD /
RUMMAGE SALE
1 1 7 3 Au d u b o n ,
CrOssa POlhta Purk.
Multl- Iunlly sula.
Fr l duy uhd Sut -
urduy un- 3n.
BuDy, tOys, cOllact-
l Dl a l utas, sl aa
sOIu uhd ull hOusa-
hOld.
1 3 5 6 B i s h o p ,
CrOssa POlhta Purk,
nultl- Iunlly, Frl-
duy un- 3n. Fur-
hl tura, tOys, kl t-
chah l t ans uhd
l l ht l h.
1361 YOr kt Owh,
C r O s s a P O l h t a
WOOds. Frlduy, Sut-
urduy, un- 4n
uhd Suhduy, 11un-
3n. Fur hl t ur a,
tOys, DadrOOn sat,
chlhu cuDlhat, chll-
dr ah' s cl Ot hl h,
hOusahOl d l tans.
COOd rl cas!
15 Waverl y Luha,
C r O s s a P O l h t a
Furns. Furhl tura,
chlldrah uhd udults
clOthlh uhd chll-
drah's tOy. Frlduy,
Juha , 8un- 4n,
Suturduy, Juha 7,
8un- 12n
20720 Laa COurt,
C r O s s a P O l h t a
WOOds. Thursduy-
Sut ur duy , un-
4n. WOOdwOrklh
t O O l s , nl s c a l -
luhaOus tOOls, hlh
ahd suws, urdah
s ul l as . Ex t r u
urklh Oh Wada-
wOOd.
409
GARAGE / YARD /
RUMMAGE SALE
1642 HOl l ywOOd,
C r O s s a P O l h t a
4823. /7, un-
4n, /8, 10un-
3n. SOI u, OttO-
nuh, lOvasaut sO-
IuDad, chulrs, Dad-
rOOn, dlhlh, cOI-
Iaa tuDlas, hOusa-
hOld ltans, DOOks,
stuIIad uhlnuls, ul-
Duns, vldaOs.
1710 Manchest er
Boulevard, CrOssa
POlhta WOOds. Sut-
urduy un- 4n.
Cr u I t s nu h r O l l
urOuhd tOOl DOx,
ruDDarnuld stOrua
IOr cushlOhs, lura
uhl qua wOOdah
cuDDy, llht Ilxturas
uhd u lOt nOra.
1789 Huhtl htOh,
C r O s s a P O l h t a
WOOds. LOts OI Iur-
hltura, hOusahOld
uhd dac Or ut l v a
l tans. Prl cad tO
sall! Cush Ohly. Frl-
duy /, Suturduy
/7 uhd Suhduy /8,
11un- 5n.
3 Funl l y- Juha ,
uhd 7, un- 4n.
Mahswaur L/ 3,
wOnah' s snul l ,
nO n t O nO n,
hOusahOl d l tans,
Daddlh, sull aur,
tuDlas, cycla- Os
trulhar, sacratury,
CDs. 257 McMllluh,
C r O s s a P O l h t a
F u r ns .
380 Marrlwauthar,
C r O s s a P O l h t a
Furns. TOys, DuDy
lrl clOthas, DuDy
aur, DOOks, hOusa-
hOld ltans. RausOh-
uDla rlcas! Thls Frl-
duy uhd Suturduy,
un- 2 n.
462 ROl uhd ROud,
C r O s s a P O l h t a
Furns. Frlduy uhd
Sut ur duy , un-
4n. Cl rl s Dl kas,
nlscalluhaOus Iur-
hltura, tOOls, chast
Iraaar, cOnutar
nOhltOrs, lOts nOra.
409
GARAGE / YARD /
RUMMAGE SALE
409
GARAGE / YARD /
RUMMAGE SALE
711 Wushl ht Oh.
Frl duy, Juha &
Suturduy, Juha 7,
un- 3n. Cus
rlll, churcOul rlll,
OutdOOr us hautar,
wuka DOurd, rus,
utlO tuDlas, hOusa-
wu r as , k l t c hah
utahslls, luns, llh-
ahs, druarlas, at
s ul l as , Kl DS-
nOst cl Othl h $1
ar laca, tOys, tOd-
dlar Dad, DOOks uhd
nuch nOra.
865 & 870 Luka-
Ol ht a , Cr Os s a
POlhta Purk. Frlduy
& Suturduy, 8un-
3n. Chl l dr ah' s
cl Othas uhd tOys,
hOusawuras, urts,
DOut l h & nuch
nOr a!
FABULOUS ur -
ua/ nOvlh sula. lt
ull hus tO O- Iur-
hltura, alactrOhlcs,
h O u s a h O l d u h d
nuch nOra. Juha ,
7, un- 5n uhd
Juha 8, un- 3n.
7 7 T r O nD l a y ,
CrOssa POlhta Purk
FANTASTIC sula!
8 Al a r Pl u c a ,
CrOssa POlhta Clty.
Fr l duy uhd Sut -
urduy Juha , Juha
7, 8un- 4n. Ah-
tlquas, tuDlawura,
stlaI kltas, IOstOrlu,
l l nOas, I runas,
druItlh DOurd, Ilha
urt sullas, crystul,
sl l var , Ol d t Oys,
hOusahOld, Chrlst-
nus, llhahs, ursas,
jawalry, Old nOdal
ulrluha urts uhd
luhs. Cush Ohly, hO
aurly Dlrds.
GARAGE sula. WO-
nah's, nahs uhd
twaah lrls clOthas.
HOusahOld, Druhd
haw QuOlal llht
I l xt ur a ( vl ht ua
DrOha). TOO nuch
tO nahtl Oh. Sut-
urduy, Juha 7, un-
4n.
HUGE Block Sale!!
Oh Hu wt h O r h a
s t r a a t , Cr O s s a
P O l h t a WO O d s
( Datwaah COatha
uhd Chur l av Ol x
straat). HOusahOld
l tans, chl l drah' s
ltans, uhtlquas. Frl-
duy 0/0, un-
3 n, S u t u r d u y
0/07, un- 3n,
uhd Suhduy 0/08,
12n- 3n
YARD sul a. Sut-
urduy, Juha 7, un-
4n. HOusahOl d
l t ans & s Or t s
aqulnaht. 121
Ll hvl l l a, Cr Ossa
POl ht a WOOds.
LOOK IOr DullOOhs
ut Wur ManOrl ul
Wh a a l & Da u l ,
na h ' s L C / X L
BrOOks BrOthars,
wOnah' s s nu l l
quu l l t y Ar nu hl
WOrth, act. Plus lOts
OI OOd nuslc.
MOVING sul a, 75
Cl ul rvl aw, CrOssa
POlhta ShOras, (just
OII LukashOra hulI-
w u y D a t w a a h
M O r O s s u h d
varhl ar) . MOwar,
shOw DlOwar, lauI
Dl Owar , l uddar s,
tOOls, suca haut-
ars, ulr cOhdltlOhar,
dahunldlIlar, Iur-
hl t ur a l hcl udl h
sOI u, wl h Duck
chulrs, dask, tuDlas,
Irunad urt uhd nlr-
rOrs, vusas, tuDla
llhahs, hauvy duty
Slhar sawlh nOd-
al 15- 1, Sl l h
CruhdIuthar ClOck,
huhd hOOkad wOOl
Sturk ru, DOOks,
LlOyd Fluhdars utlO
sat, luns, Duklh
wuras atc. All nust
O. Frlduy uhd Sut-
urduy 8un- 2n.
MULTI- Iunlly sula
24 uhd 25 Marrl-
waut har, CrOssa
POlhta Furns. Klds
uhd taahs quullty
clOthas, tOys, Dlkas,
sOrts, DOOks, duy
Dad, uhtlqua halht
chulr, racllhar, nls-
cal l uhaOus, uhd
nuch nOra. Sut-
urduy Juha 7, un-
4n. NO EARLY
Bl RDS.
MULTI- Iunlly, NOr-
wO O d D a t wa a h
JucksOh & Hal ah.
Juha 7, un- 2n.
TOys & nOra. Saa
Crulsllst ud.
SATURDAY, un-
3n. Matul luhch
DOx c Ol l ac t l Oh,
Anarlcuh Clrl, lrls
clOthas, Old unas,
nl s c a l l u h a O u s .
187 Muhchastar,
C r O s s a P O l h t a
WO O d s .
UPSCALE urua
sula. 402 Uhlvarslty,
CrOssa POlhta. Frl-
duy & Sut ur duy,
un- 3n. Daslh-
ar wOnah' s uhd
nahs clOthlh, uc-
cassOrlas, jawalry,
Ol I , ur au r us,
luns, Irunad urt,
hOusahOld ltans.
TONS OI raut stuII!
23234 DOranus, St.
Clulr ShOras. un-
5n Thursduy, Frl-
duy uhd Suturduy.
409
GARAGE / YARD /
RUMMAGE SALE
SPECTACULAR
urua sula wlth as-
tuta sul a quul l ty
l t ans. Fur hl t ur a
(lura uhd DauutlIul
urnOlra), POnall
OutdOOr Iurhl tura
sat OI 8 lacas, uh-
tlqua nuhOuhy ur-
chl tact Durauu, 4
Muul ra cOuhtar
stOOls, nurDla tO
lldad llDrury tuDla,
s l l v a r , l l h a h s ,
dlshas, Wll, custOn
cl Othl ar cl Othl h
uhd nOra, Irunas,
DOOks , kl t chah,
urdah uccassOrlas
lhcludlh lrOh Iah-
clh & trallls', urt,
stuhdlh unDrallu,
2 crl Ds, strOl l ar,
nu c h j a wa l r y ,
luns, alactrOhlcs,
Tv's, uhd lOts uhd
lOts OI dacOrutlva
ltans. Frlduy, Juha
uhd Sut ur duy,
Juha 7, 8un- 3n
DOth duys. 110 Mar-
r l waut har ROud,
C r O s s a P O l h t a
Fur ns, Dat waah
K a r c h a v u l u h d
C r O s s a P O l h t a
B O u l a v u r d .
SUBDIVISION sula
CllhtOh TOwhshl.
Rlvaruta suDdlvl-
sl Oh, Ovar 1, 000
hOnas. SOuth OI
Hull, Eust OI ROnaO
Pluhk. Frlduy Juha
, Suturduy Juha 7,
8un- 5n. Suhduy
Juha 8, un- 2n.
410 HOUSEHOLD SALES
20704 Lochmoor,
Hu r a r WO O d s .
Thursduy, Frl duy,
Sut ur duy , un-
4n. PrOcaads tO
Llvlh HOa Church.
Multl- Iunlly sula.
Variety Galore!
413 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
KOHLER & Cun-
Dall snull ruhd l-
uhO, 55", shl hy
aDOhy, l l ka haw.
(58)774-3074
WURLITZER Slh-
at l uhO, CrOssa
POlhta Furns. $100
(313)215-31
500 ANIMALS ADOPT A PET
GROSSE POl ht a
Ahl nul AdOtl Oh
SOclaty, at udO-
tlOh, Suturduy, Juha
7. Cuts uhd klttahs
12n- 3n. Snull
dOs 12n- 1.30n
uhd nadl un t O
lura dOs 1.30n-
3n. Cun BOw
WOw Trulhlh Cah-
tar, haxt tO Pat Su-
llas Plus ut Mlla
uhd Muck, St. Clulr
ShOras.
( 313) 884-1551 Or
www. CPAAS. Or
GROSSE POl ht a
Ahlnul Cllhlc hus u
nula BOstOh Tarrlar,
I anu l a POOdl a,
nul a tuh Pl t Bul l
nl x. Cul l
(313)822-5707
505 LOST & FOUND
FOUND lh Hurar
WOOds. YOrkshl ra
Tarrlar, Duschuhd
nlx. Plausa cOhtuct
CrOssa POlhta Ah-
lnul AdOtlOh SOcl-
aty ut
(313)884-1551
GROSSE POlht Ah-
lnul Cllhlc hus u Ia-
nul a NawI Ouhd-
l uhd, nul a LuD-
rudOr/ Shahard
u. Cul l
(313)822-5707
2000 Cudllluc Saduh
Davllla, DrOha nlst,
OOd t l ras, vary
c l a u h . $ 3 , 2 0 0 .
( 5 8 ) 5 5 2 - 4 1 3 7
600 CARS
2000 Suturh SL2.
171,80 nllas, ruhs
wal l . Wal l nul h-
tulhad. Naw tlras.
ClOth sauts, Owar
wl hdOws, Owar
l Ocks, uutOnutl c
truhsnlsslOh, trull-
a r h l t c h , C u l l
( 3 1 3 ) 2 - 7 8
602 FORD
2006 Ford Focus
ZX5, SES. Excallaht
cOhdl t l Oh, sl l var
wlth Dluck hautad
sauts, uutOnutl c.
LOudad, hawar tlras
uhd Drukas. 120K,
$5250
(313)717-8850
2008 FOrd Tuurus X
Ll nl tad, sOtl ass,
Or l l hul Owhar ,
l Oudad, l aut har ,
chrOnas. 0k nllas.
$14,00 Or Dast OI-
Iar. (313)28-8254
605 FOREIGN
1973 Mar cadas-
Bah 450L. Hurd tO
uhd clOth cOhvart-
lDla tO, DOth llka
haw. Ruhs raut.
$8,000 Or Dast OIIar.
(58)337-43
2000 Jaguar XJ8,
l l ka haw, chun-
uha wl t h t uh
lauthar, ull OtlOhs
l hcl uda suhr OOI .
Navar saah wlhtar.
Prlstlha cOhdltlOh.
74K, haw tlras uhd
D r u k a s . $ 5 5 0 0 .
( 3 1 3 ) 8 8 1 - 0 5
2011 BMW 528l ,
sOrt uckua, Slrl-
us rudl O, l Oudad,
hautad sauts, suh
rOOI, haw tlras, ln-
nuculuta cOhdltlOh,
IuctOry wurruhty,
$2, 85.
(313)31-502
2012 vW CC R- Llha,
2.0 lltar turDO, vary
cl auh, wal l nul h-
t ul had, Or l l hul
Owhar, haw tl ras
uhd Duttary, 4K
nllas. $17,500 Or
Dast OIIar.
(58)12-55
JAGUAR 87 XJSC
CuDrlOlat v12, Out-
stuhdlh cOhdltlOh,
27,000 nllas, Iuct-
Ory Orllhul, hurd
uhd sOIt tOs, All ra-
cOrds. Must Saa!
$14,000.
(58)778-7307
606 SPORT UTILITY
2012 Chavy MullDu
LT1 (DrOha axtarl-
Or), axcallaht cOhdl-
tlOh, wlth ull nulh-
tahuhca racOrds.
55k nllas, uutOnut-
l c t r uhsnl ssl Oh,
haw tlras, hO uccl-
dahts, Oha Owhar.
$13,775.
(408)31-0287
613 WANTED TO BUY
WANTED uhy usad
cur thut ruhs, $500-
$15,000 uld. Cull 7
duys, Kally
(248)338-0852 call
651 BOATS AND MOTORS
INFLATABLE Mar-
cur y 270 SOr t .
$00.
(313)884-875
(313)882-6900 ext. 1
338 Merriweather
Grosse Pointe Farms.
Household, books,
clothes, baby boy
and girls clothes,
like new baby items,
swing, sand box, ex-
ersaucer, maternity.
Friday and Saturday
9am- 3pm.
DIRECTORY OF SERVICES
Some classifcations are not required by law to be licensed. Please check with the proper state agency to verify license.
RENTAL REAL ESTATE
700
APTS/FLATS/DUPLEX
POINTES/HARPER WOODS
2021 varhlar, lOwar
2 DadrOOn, 1 Duth-
rOOn, huturul Ilra-
l uca, saur ut a
Dusanaht, urua,
hO at s , $800/
nOhth, lus utlllt-
las. (313)882-35
411 NaI I , l ur a
t hr a a Da dr OOn
tOwhhOusa, cahtrul
ulr, urua, hurd-
wOOd I l OOrs, l h-
cl udas ul l ul l -
u hc as . $1, 25/
n O h t h . C u l l
(313)407-4300 JOhh.
GROSSE POl ht a
Purk. 1242 Wuy-
Durh. $750. Fraa
wutar, 2 DadrOOns.
Al l uhcas , OI I
s t r aat u r k l h .
Bu s anaht .
(313)885-445
700
APTS/FLATS/DUPLEX
POINTES/HARPER WOODS
876 TrOnDlay, u-
ar 3 DadrOOn, 2
Duths, huturul Ilra-
l uca, Dr aukI ust
hOOk , s aur ut a
Dusanaht uhd ur-
ua. NO ats. Sacur-
lty daOslt. $1,500
ar nOhth, lus utll-
ltlas. (313)882-35
SPACIOUS 4 Dad-
rOOn, 1.5 Duth, ull
ulluhcas, CrOssa
POl ht a s chOOl s ,
uvulluDla Juha 15.
$1100 ar nOhth
lus utllltlas, $1100
sacurlty.
(58)531-313.
701
APTS/FLATS/DUPLEX
DETROIT/WAYNE COUNTY
EAST Ehllsh vll-
l u a , Cu d l a u x /
Ch u h d l a r Pu r k .
Cuta 1 DadrOOn u-
ar, hlca stOva uhd
raIrlarutOr, ulr lh
Dadr OOn. $475/
nOht h
(313)884-51
702
APTS/FLATS/DUPLEX
S.C.S./MACOMB COUNTY
ONE uhd twO Dad-
rOOn uurtnahts-
St. Cl ul r ShOras,
EustOlhta, Hurar
WOOds. Wall nulh-
tulhad, ulr cOhdl-
tlOhlh, cOlh luuh-
dry uhd stOrua.
$10. - $725. Tha
Bl uka COnuhy,
(313)881-882. NO
ats/ hO snOklh.
702
APTS/FLATS/DUPLEX
S.C.S./MACOMB COUNTY
$ 1 9 9 . 0 0 MO t a l
ROOns, Slhla Oc-
cuuhcy, Waakl y
Rahtul. MlcrOwuva,
WlFl, RaIrlarutOr,
Sutalllta. ClOsa tO
X Wu y s 4 /
ShOraOlhta MOtOr
LOda, 20000 E. ,
St . Cl ul r ShOr as
(58)773-3700. Lln-
ltad uvulluDlllty.
1 DadrOOn, 1 Duth,
Iully Iurhlshad uhlts
lh u 55 uhd Oldar
uur t naht cOn-
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