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Week of November 24, 2014
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Image:Podcast.lunch.jpg|During last Friday's community lunch, Tom Brennan and Jason Peet recorded [http://elmoore.com/2014/11/22/the-greenhouse-using-our-past-to-build-our-future/ the latest podcast] for our blog about the El Moore. It's about the new greenhouse built on the El Moore site out of reclaimed materials. Have a listen and let us know what you think!
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Image:Turkey.trot.jpg|Here's a group of Green Garagers from three different businesses-in-residence participating in yesterday's 10K Turkey Trot! They've been training together for months. The Green Garage coworking community was founded, in part, to help cultivate the growth of strong relationships between our residents -- including relationships that extend beyond the workday!
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Week of November 17, 2014
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Image:Launchgood.check.jpg|Congratulations to business-in-residence [https://www.launchgood.com/ LaunchGood] for winning the $10,000 grand prize ''and'' the audience favorite award at the [http://americanmuslimconsumer.com/ American Muslim Consumer Conference] Entrepreneurship Showcase in Newark, NJ!
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Image:Teatime.jpg|Our Tuesday walks around the neighborhood have stopped for the season (along with the temperate weather), but in their place, a new Green Garage tradition has emerged: Tuesday tea time! 
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Image:Recycling.pickup.jpg|Our brand-new recycling bins awaiting collection by [http://www.recyclehere.net/ Recycle Here], our local recycling service provider! Click [http://greengaragedetroit.com/index.php?title=Waste_Statistics here] to learn more about our community's waste reduction efforts.
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Week of November 10, 2014
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Image:Detread_11-14.jpg|Business-in-residence [https://www.facebook.com/detreaddetroit Detread] works to empower Detroit residents to clean up and properly dispose of illegally abandoned tires in their neighborhoods. Last week, in partnership with [https://www.facebook.com/RepairTheWorldDetroit Repair the World], they helped neighbors on Marjorie St. in NW Detroit clean up more than 400 tires!
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Image:Lauren.2degree.jpg|On Monday, Lauren from nonprofit-in-residence [http://www.aiadetroit.com/ American Institute of Architects Detroit] asked a group of Green Garagers for some feedback on AIA Detroit's evolving identity. We organize conversations like this once a month to make sure our community is connected, engaged, and supportive of each other's work.
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Image:Colin.foodlab.celebration.jpg|Colin from nonprofit-in-residence [http://foodlabdetroit.com/ FoodLab Detroit] gets ready for FoodLab's 2nd annual celebration on Friday.
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Image:First.snow.permeable.jpg|First snow of the season collecting in the permeable pavers in our parking lot. Permeable pavement directs runoff from rain and snow away from Detroit's overburdened sewer system, allowing it to return to the water table instead.
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Week of November 3, 2014
 
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Image:Mahala.Amre.png|This week the Green Garage is welcoming interns Mahala Clayton and Amre Metwally, who joined businesses-in-residence [https://patronicity.com/ Patronicity] and [https://www.launchgood.com/ LaunchGood], respectively. Patronicity and LaunchGood are sister businesses focused on crowdfunding, with the former focusing on local communities and the latter on the global Muslim community.
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Image:Mahala.Amre.png|This week the Green Garage welcomes interns Mahala Clayton and Amre Metwally, who joined businesses-in-residence [https://patronicity.com/ Patronicity] and [https://www.launchgood.com/ LaunchGood], respectively. Patronicity and LaunchGood are sister businesses focused on crowdfunding, with the former focusing on local communities and the latter on the global Muslim community.
  
 
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