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2/18/10

TONIGHT: Third Thursday: The Rathskeller | Project Helping Hands - DETROIT SYNERGY











Third Thursday: The Rathskeller | Project Helping Hands
Join DSG for Third Thursday: Community Connect, a great opportunity to connect with members of the Detroit Synergy community. Whether you are new to the organization, or well-traveled on the Synergy circuit, you will feel welcome at this s! ocial networking event.


Join DSG at the Dakota Inn - Rathskeller for a one of a kind evening. Third Thursday is "Anything Goes" night at the Rathskeller featuring live piano with Mike Montgomery & Kerry Price from 7:30 on. Plan to have dinner and sing along at this Detroit landmark. It will be quite a night. (17324 John R. Street | http://www.dakota-inn.com/).

February is our second month of a two month project with Project Helping Hands. This multi-agency organization takes multidisciplinary care to the streets to serve the homeless in Detroit. Our collection will focus on warmth and we'll be collecting hats, gloves, socks and Chapstick. We're moving into the coldest part of winter. Please bring something to share.


Have an idea of a restaurant or bar for us to visit? Know of a charity or non-profit that could use our support? Please email Joanna at: thirdthursday@detroitsynergy.org.

Detroit Synergy is a vehicle for metro-Detroit residents to develop and implement their ideas for a thriving, vibrant city. As a grassroots, volunteer-driven organization, it strives to mobilize community participation and empower Detroiters to discover and enhance all that the city has to offer. Since being incorporated as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in 2002, Detroit Synergy has conceptualized and realized projects that have contributed to improving the economic, social, and physical quality of Detroit.