News & Notes - 5/24/23 Birmingham-Bloomfield Eagle

Birmingham-Bloomfield Eagle | Published May 24, 2023


Law Day Free Legal Aid Event returns after hiatus
BIRMINGHAM — Scott Goodwin Law will be holding the 33rd annual Law Day Free Legal Aid Event June 3. This event is returning after a hiatus due to the pandemic.

This event will feature a combination of free legal advice and free carnival fun 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Adults will have the opportunity to receive free legal counsel from lawyers for all areas of law.

“We give back to the community by providing free legal advice and a chance to get legal questions answered in a friendly, pressure-free environment,” Goodwin said in a press release. “To keep kids safer this summer, we hand out free bicycle safety helmets to every child attending.”

For children, there will be carnival fun, including bounce houses, face painting, free hot dogs, ice cream and more. Four bikes and Detroit Tigers tickets will be given away as prizes.

WMUZ-FM 103.5 radio is a sponsor of Law Day, and WMUZ hosts Chris Stevenson, Bob Dutko, Chris Ayotte and talent from WCHB-AM will make an appearance. The event will be held at 999 Haynes St. in Birmingham.


Lenore Pochelski named the 2023 Ed Lauer Person of the Year
BIRMINGHAM — Marian High School Head of School Lenore Pochelski, IHM, was named the 2023 Ed Lauer Person of the Year by the Detroit Catholic High School League and Catholic Coaches Association.

This honor will be presented to her during CHSL’s Hall of Fame induction banquet June 12 at Fern Hill Golf and Country Club.

The award is named after Ed Lauer, an athletic director and coach at St. Paul High School and All Saints High School.

Pochelski will be retiring from Marian High School in June after 31 years of dedication to the school.


Birmingham Ice Sports Area closes until June 12
BIRMINGHAM — Following ice show performances now through June 11, the Birmingham Ice Arena will be closed for maintenance. Regular programming will resume June 12.

Visit for more information about the arena and the summer open skate schedule. Contact Connie Folk at (248) 530-1642 with any questions.