Julie Run to End Hunger 2018Julie Run to End Hunger celebrated 25 years and as always the support from the community was vital in putting this race together.
Rochester Hills Celebrates Earth DayThe CW50 Street Team attended the Earth Day celebration in Rochester! Municipal Park was filled with many booths informing and encouraging people to become more aware of their surroundings.
11th Annual Walk for Autism SpeaksCW50 Street Team united at the 11thAnnual Walk for Autism Speaks. Autism Speaks main goal is to help spread awareness and as much information about Autism as possible. Autism Speaks also raises money to help fund those who are affected by it.
Fall Fun at MSU Tollgate Farms Pumpkinfest
The Great Lakes Comic-Con
Step Back in Time at The Michigan Renaissance FestivalEnjoy a simpler time at the annual Michigan Renaissance Festival. The CW50 Street Team went back in time and enjoyed the sixteenth century.
CW50 Street Team Stops By the 35th African World FestivalMusic, storytelling and great food would be the best way to describe the atmosphere of the 35th Annual African World Festival.
Home Run at the 16th Annual Willie Horton’s Batting for Kidhe CW50 Street Team hit a home run at the 16th Annual Willie Horton’s batting for kid’s event at Comerica Park. Over 400 kids joined us for the excitement of the occasion and for the love of baseball. The kids gathered to run, bat and learn the fundamentals of the game. Kids were split up into teams at different stations to engage closer with their peers and volunteers. Baseball players from the Metro Detroit area were on hand to assist the kids at each stop.
CW50 Street Team Visits International Fest in CantonA variety of cultures were well represented at the International Festival in Canton. The festival was inside the annual Liberty Fest. About 40,000 attendees came out to support their community.
2017 Ann Arbor Art FairThe CW50 Street Team headed out for another weekend at the wonderful Ann Arbor Art Fair! Though it was very hot and humid, the crowd did not disappoint. Thousands came out to explore the different artworks displayed across the downtown area.
CW50 Street Team Stop By The Great Lakes Comic-ConThousands of people came dressed and ready for the annual Comic-Con at Macomb County College. The weekend event brought in people from all over the United States. Booths were set-up with vendors who were given the opportunity to sell merchandise.