News & Notes - 12/6/23 Warren Weekly

Warren Weekly | Published December 6, 2023

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Students invited to learn about engineering, manufacturing careers
WARREN — Macomb Community College will hold “Explore Careers in Manufacturing and Technology” from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Dec. 7 at South Campus, 14500 12 Mile Road.

The event is for children in grades six through 12 and their parents to learn about career opportunities in auto design, manufacturing, robotics and technology from industry professionals. The evening will feature presentations that include hands-on exhibits and activities.

This evening event complements the college’s annual Auto STEAM Days, which are scheduled for Dec. 6 and 7, with approximately 1,600 Detroit-area middle and high school students expected to attend. STEAM stands for science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics.


A Chorale Christmas
WARREN — The Motor City Chorale, featuring the Warren Concert Band, will perform “The Songs of Christmas” at 3 p.m. Dec. 10 at Warren Woods Middle School, 13400 12 Mile Road. Tickets are $10 at the door. For more information, visit


Belgian American Association Band to host Christmas concert
ST. CLAIR SHORES — The Belgian American Association Band will host a free Christmas concert with a sing-along from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 13, in the gym at the St. Lucy Catholic Church, 23401 Jefferson Ave. The band is under the direction of Dale Marzewski. The concert is free and open to the public. Freewill donations will be accepted.


Sheriff’s Office hosting boater safety classes
MACOMB COUNTY — Though the lake is beginning to freeze over, the need for safe boating skills never sleeps. The Macomb County Sheriff’s Office is hosting free boater safety classes at 43565 Elizabeth Rd. in Mount Clemens. The two-day course will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 13, and Thursday, Dec. 14, from 5 to 9 p.m. Attendees who complete the course will leave with a boater safety card.  Registration for the classes is required and can be done through the Department of Natural Resources’ website at The class is limited to 50 people.


Macomb Meals on Wheels seeking support
MACOMB COUNTY — As the holidays march on through December, Macomb County Meals on Wheels is seeking volunteers to deliver food throughout the county.

“We currently have a waiting list for seniors who need meals, especially for those who live in the north end of the County,” said Director Sheila Cote in a press release. “We are asking for our community to help support our seniors by delivering meals.”

Northern Macomb County communities in high need of volunteers include Richmond, Lenox, Memphis, Ray Township, Armada and New Haven. Volunteers are also needed in Clinton Township, Harrison Township, Warren and Sterling Heights. The Office of Senior Services runs 84 Meals on Wheels routes, each route requiring one volunteer a day. Hundreds of volunteers are needed to serve the about 1,700 seniors included in these routes.

Individuals interested in helping can apply today through the Office of Senior Services at macom Further information can be directed to