Category Archives: Community

Farmers and vintage market scheduled for May 18 at Lajko Park

Shown in this collage are photos from the September market day at Lajko Park. The Huron Township Historical Commission is hosting a similar market day on May 18 at the same location. (Photos courtesy of Huron Historical Commission)

By Scott BolthouseHub Editor—
Published Monday, April 29, 2019 — 11:00 a.m. EST

A farmers and vintage market will be held a Lajko Park on May 18.

The event is hosted by the Huron Township Historical Commission and will feature vendors selling vintage and antique furniture, flowers and herbs, an assortment of hand-made items, baked goods, and more.

The hours for the market day will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Parking and admission is free.

For full info about the event, please visit this link.

Photo gallery: September market day at Lajko Park

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Community-wide garage sale scheduled for every weekend in July



Posted by The Huron Hub on May 10, 2019 — 2:00 p.m. EST

A community-wide garage sale has been scheduled this summer for every weekend in July in Huron Township.

To have your garage sale added to the township’s list, call the clerk’s office at 734-753-4466 (ext 3).

Everyday leaders: Brown Elementary students, staff give back to community

Brown Elementary students proved that today’s youth can be leaders in their local community. During the month of April, students and staff at the school collected donations that were presented to different organizations last Friday. (All photos courtesy of Cynthia Wyszynski)

By Scott Bolthouse--The Huron Hub
Published May 6, 2019 -- 11:00 a.m. EST

Brown Elementary students proved that today’s youth can be leaders and have an impact in their local community.

Students and staff at the school in New Boston came together recently and gave back to the community by collecting piles of donations as part of a school-wide program called “Leader In Me.”

On Friday, the students presented the donations to several different community groups during a special school event.

At the beginning of April, each grade organized and collected items for a local organization.

During the event last Friday, representatives from each grade presented the collected items to members of the organizations.

Leader in Me is a school leadership development program for both students and staff members. The program integrates timeless leadership principles into the school culture, which in return helps build important skills such as self-confidence, accountability, empathy, and academic achievement.

Learn more about the Leader in Me school program by visiting

Photos from the Leader in Me Community Service Celebration at Brown Elementary School courtesy of Cynthia Wyszynski.



Huron students participate in Arbor Day event at Crosswinds Marsh

Middle schoolers from Renton Junior High in New Boston and Romulus Middle School visited Crosswinds Marsh Wetlands Interpretive Preserve in Sumpter Township on April 26 to learn about sustainability, the important role of bees, trees and insects in the ecosystem, and the value of wetlands. (Photo courtesy of Wayne County Airport Authority)

By Scott BolthouseHub Editor—
Published Monday, April 30, 2019 — 11:00 a.m. EST

Nearly 300 students, many from Huron Schools, learned about the environment and gave back to the community during an Arbor Day event at Crosswinds Marsh Wetlands Interpretive Preserve on April 26.

The event held was themed “trees, bees and me” and was hosted by Detroit Metropolitan Airport, Wayne County Parks, and their partners.

While visiting the marsh, sixth graders from Renton Junior High School in New Boston and Romulus Middle School learned about sustainability, the important role of bees, trees and insects in the ecosystem, and the value of wetlands.

Throughout the event, students participated in discussions about the importance of bees to the food system and how the food supply will be impacted by the decline in bee populations.

Students had the chance to watch bees in an observation hive and take honey from local beehives.

Several Michigan native trees were also be planted at the park, and students left with their own saplings to plant at home in honor of Arbor Day.

“The Wayne County Airport Authority is committed to giving back to the community,” said WCAA CEO Chad Newton. “There is no better way to do that than by educating a child and leaving an imprint on their minds. Arbor Day is an event that we look forward to every year. And – this marks our largest year ever. We are truly honored to be a sponsor of such a wonderful experience for children.”

Students rotated between six learning stations hosted by United Lawnscape, Green Toe Gardens, Wayne County Conservation District and Wayne County Parks.

Huron High School students assisted the younger children at the stations.

“Wayne County is happy to again partner with the Airport for the annual Arbor Day event,” said Wayne County Executive Warren C. Evans. “Year after year, this experience continues to create lasting memories for our participants with engaging activities and lessons in the great outdoors. We hope this year’s event will inspire our youth to be lifelong stewards of our natural resources.”

Crosswinds Marsh is one of the largest and most successful wetland mitigation projects in the country, according to Wayne County.

The 1000-acre nature preserve is maintained by Wayne County Parks under an agreement with the Wayne County Airport Authority—which operates Detroit Metropolitan Airport and Willow Run Airport.

Photos: 2019 Arbor Day event at Crosswinds Marsh. Photos courtesy of Wayne County Airport Authority. 

Related: Crosswinds Marsh, other Wayne County parks to receive upgrades worth $2.5 million

Huron Little League opening day parade set for April 27; parade volunteers needed

By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub
Published April 18, 2019

12:30 p.m. EST

Huron Little League’s opening day parade is set for April 27 and the community is invited to join in the fun.

The parade will travel from the soccer fields on Huron River Drive south to Renton Junior High.

It will start at 10 a.m. with the route closing to traffic at 9:45.

Residents can set up anywhere along the route and watch the parade.

The organization is also seeking volunteers who want to participate and help make the parade more fun for the players and community.

They are looking for local companies or community members with cool and amusing rides, classic cars, and interesting bikes to join in walking/driving in the parade.

Contact Charley Hendley at if you are interested in participating.

Here is a flyer with parade information


Video: police escort honors fallen Army Sergeant Amanda West

A riderless horse leads the family and friends escort of fallen Army Sergeant Amanda West on Friday in Huron Township. A riderless horse symbolizes a fallen soldier. (Photo by Scott Bolthouse — The Huron Hub)

By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub |

Published April 12, 2019 — 3 p.m. EST

The Huron Township community came together today to honor a local hero.

Below is video and photos showing the family and friends escort to the memorial service of Master Sgt. Amanda West, a Huron Township resident who passed away March 17 after battling cancer and serving almost 20 years in the Army.

The escort route on Friday started at Michigan Memorial Park and winded along Huron River Drive past Huron High School and Renton Junior High.

Students from both schools stood along the route, some holding American flags, to honor the fallen Army sergeant.

The escort then passed by Brown Elementary, where school students stood outside to witness the procession.

The escort traveled through other Downriver communities before it ended at a memorial service in Riverview.

More here: Family of Army Sergeant, Huron resident who died of cancer will be escorted to funeral by public safety department

Video and photos by Scott Bolthouse — The Huron Hub