Community Events
  • “Team Kayla” at the Head For The Cure 5K in Detroit.
  • LHS Blue Crew Rocks!
  • Mayor Hartwell at Youth Advocacy Day
  • Students Clean Up Senior Citizen Center
  • Second Graders are above the influence!
  • We LOVE Madison Heights!

Don’t Commit the
“Ultimate Party Foul”

MHCFC’s Director’s Wife Opens Emmy’s Post

Judys power pose

“Judy Lewis’s new store, Emmy’s Post in Royal Oak, is inspired by the writings of Emily Post, who taught civility to businessmen in the early 1900s. The store focuses on kindness and good vibes.” ~ Andy Kozlowski of C & G Newspapers
(Photo by Patricia O’Blenes)

To read more about Emmy’s Post, click here to see the published in C & G news.

MHCFC Supports
“Youth Advocacy Day”

logo with students for youth advocacy
Youth Voices & Advocacy is an event that will provide an opportunity for over 200 teens, legislators and community leaders across Oakland County to come together and discuss key issues of concern to youths. This event will be held on Saturday, November 7th from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Emagine Theater, 200 North Main Street in Royal Oak, Mi.