Resolve Solutions Inc. aims to provide support to underserved students
DETROIT – A national nonprofit is looking for students in Michigan who need help with college. But then he met Sean Lanier and became the pilot for a new nonprofit geared specifically at minorities. The nonprofit is called Resolve Solutions Inc. Click here to learn more. How do you build military leadership and officers ready to serve right out of college? RSI will help students find money, mentors and the path forward to leadership through the military that doesn’t have to end in the military.
More than 2,000 turkeys, food boxes given out during 2020 Thanksgiving All-Star Give Back in River Rouge
RIVER ROUGE, Mich. – An annual event called the All-Star Give Back aims at making Thanksgiving just a little bit easier for families in need. Cars filled the River Rouge High School parking lot for the 22nd annual Turkey Giveaway Tuesday. READ: Annual Thanksgiving All-Star Giveback event held in River RougeWheeler helped organize the event. Wheeler said the group is giving out more than 2,000 turkeys and food boxes to those in need. They need care, they need hope, they need love.”Coleman said he has lost family and friends to COVID-19.
Annual Thanksgiving All-Star Giveback event held in River Rouge
RIVER ROUGE, Mich. – The All-Star Giveback event took place Thursday at River Rouge High School. To practice safe social distancing, the event was done in a drive-thru style in the school parking lot. They need care. They need help. Whitmer is asking Michiganders to wear masks, practice social distancing, wash hands frequently and avoid large gatherings over the holiday.
Beaumont Health offers curbside vaccinations to keep kids up-to-date
Beaumont Health had a solution Thursday by bringing it all to the curbside. Thursday was the first time Beaumont Health has offered curbside vaccinations. Murphy, a nurse practitioner at Beaumont Teen Health Center, said it’s a great option for those trying to social distance. READ: Here’s what Michigan school districts have planned for the fall amid the pandemicThe Beaumont Teen Health Center will be offering curbside vaccines in Taylor on Aug. 5. More information can be found on the official Beaumont Health website here.
FULL VIDEO: River Rouge high schooler celebrates surviving COVID-19 after 3 weeks on ventilator
FULL VIDEO: River Rouge high schooler celebrates surviving COVID-19 after 3 weeks on ventilatorPublished: May 28, 2020, 7:26 pmA senior at River Rouge High School is celebrating more than one type of graduation after he spent three weeks on a ventilator and survived the coronavirus (COVID-19).
River Rouge high schooler celebrates surviving COVID-19 after 3 weeks on ventilator
RIVER ROUGE, Mich. A senior at River Rouge High School is celebrating more than one type of graduation after he spent three weeks on a ventilator and survived the coronavirus (COVID-19). Alijah Cromartie, 18, thought he would be spending this month finishing his senior year at River Rouge. Cromartie was discharged Thursday, and RIM staff members wanted to make sure it didnt go unnoticed. It wasnt the graduation he had planned, but Cromartie couldnt hide his job as the staff celebrated him beating the coronavirus. After three weeks on a ventilator at Childrens Hospital, Cromartie went to RIM to continue his recovery.
Dream comes true for student with autism when River Rouge basketball coach puts him in game
RIVER ROUGE, Mich. – Chet Franklin Jr. has dreamed of playing on the River Rouge High School basketball team. Franklin knows everything about the team, including every time the team won a state championship, but he is physically unable to play on the team. When the Panthers were preparing to take on Allen Park Cabrini, Coach Lamonta Stone told Franklin to get dressed. When Cabrini players realized what was happening, they passed the ball to River Rouge and Franklin got his shot. “You know he missed a couple, so I’m like, ‘Scoot up,’” River Rouge guard Cortland Cochran said.