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Image:Sw_soup.jpg|Congratulations to Green Garager Margo Dalal on organizing the first [http://detroitsoup.com/ Detroit Soup] in southwest Detroit last week! More than 100 people showed up for the city's first ever bi-lingual soup event, generating almost $1,000 for local business [https://www.facebook.com/Mama-Coos-Boutique-616519985080846/ Mama Coo's] Prom Dress Giveaway project!
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Image:boggs_school.png|This Friday's community lunch was by Julia Putnam, principal of nonprofit-in-residence [http://www.boggsschool.org/ The Boggs School] about their innovative approach to place-based education in Detroit.
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Week of February 22, 2016
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Image:DCFC_stadium.jpg|Congratulations to business-in-residence [http://www.sidewalk-ventures.com/ Sidewalk Ventures] on their successful community-based fundraising effort for the [http://www.detcityfc.com/ Detroit City Football Club]! The DCFC is going to use the nearly $750,000 raised to repair their Hamtramck stadium. Learn more [http://www.crainsdetroit.com/article/20160216/NEWS/160219874/detroit-city-fc-raises-741250-for-stadium-renovation-project here].
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Image:Under_Michigan.jpg|New to the Green Garage sustainability library: Under Michigan, a terrific children's book about Michigan's geology! The book, published by Wayne State University Press in 2005, was written & illustrated by Charles Barker, who currently works out of the Green Garage as a geologist and environmental consultant for [http://www.hands-assoc.com/ Hands & Associates].
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Week of February 15, 2016
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Image:Zukowski_and_grandkids.jpg|We were so happy to welcome Bob Zukowski and his grandchildren to the Green Garage last week during community lunch! Bob worked in the Green Garage building long before it was the Green Garage. In 1944, when he was 13 years old, he joined S. Kanners & Co., the wholesale shoe supply business that then called the building home. His first job was shoveling coal in the basement, but by the time he retired in 1990, he was a co-owner of the business. Learn more about the history of our building [http://www.greengaragedetroit.com/index.php?title=History_of_the_4444_Second_Ave_Building here].
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Week of February 8, 2016
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Image:Harriet_desk.jpg|Visitors to the Green Garage are greeted at our welcome desk, which is staffed by a team of volunteers, including members of our [http://greengaragedetroit.com/index.php?title=Businesses-in-residence business-in-residence community]. Here's Harriet Greenwood, a sustainability consultant and sewing enthusiast, taking the opportunity to get some sewing done during her shift last week.
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Image:Sidewalk-ventures.jpeg|Learn more about business-in-residence [http://www.sidewalk-ventures.com/ Sidewalk Ventures], which helps small businesses raise community-based investment, in [http://www.modeldmedia.com/startupnews/sidewalkventuresmidtowndetroit012616.aspx this article] published last week in Model D.
 
Image:Sidewalk-ventures.jpeg|Learn more about business-in-residence [http://www.sidewalk-ventures.com/ Sidewalk Ventures], which helps small businesses raise community-based investment, in [http://www.modeldmedia.com/startupnews/sidewalkventuresmidtowndetroit012616.aspx this article] published last week in Model D.
  
Image:Devita_Friday_lunch.jpg|Devita Davison of nonprofit-in-residence FoodLab Detroit gave an inspiring community lunch talk this week on the themes of good food, racial justice, community, and entrepreneurship.
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Image:Devita_Friday_lunch.jpg|Devita Davison of nonprofit-in-residence [https://foodlabdetroit.com/ FoodLab Detroit] gave an inspiring community lunch talk this week on the themes of good food, racial justice, community, and entrepreneurship.
  
 
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