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Car show, movie night in Romulus will support local veterans group

(File photo by Scott Bolthouse)

By Scott Bolthouse
Hub Editor

A car/bike show and movie night is planned for Friday, August 18 at Blue Sky Ice Cream and Hamburgers, 15155 South Huron River Drive in Romulus.

Proceeds from the event, which is sponsored by Swift Transportation, will be donated to Wyandotte-based group Downriver For Veterans.

Learn more about Downriver For Veterans by watching this WDIV-Channel 4 news report.

The show is set to run from 6:00 to 8:45 p.m., and the movie begins at 9 p.m.

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


Huron Rotary is hosting a free community picnic July 29

A local boy enjoys a ride on a Huron Mounted Unit police horse during the 2016 community picnic hosted by Huron Township Rotary. (Huron Hub file photo)

Huron Township Rotary is hosting a free community picnic at Lajko Park on Saturday,  July 29 from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Lajko Park is located on Huron River Drive just north of Township Hall.

The picnic will give residents a chance to mingle and enjoy free food and family activities.

–Scott Bolthouse


Muckfest set for Aug. 5 at Willow Metropark


By Scott Bolthouse
Hub Editor

A dirty event for a good cause is coming to New Boston during the first weekend in August, and as long as you’re not afraid to get muddy and have some fun, there’s still room to sign up.

Muckfest Detroit — a mud run filled with several obstacles located on a 3.1 mile, 5k course, will be held at Willow Metropark on Saturday, Aug. 5, and more than two thousand runners are expected to participate.

Every dollar raised from the race, according to Muckfest organizers, is used by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society to help fund cutting-edge research and to provide vital programs and services for people affected by multiple sclerosis.

To date, MuckFest event participants have raised more than $22 million for the cause, run organizers say.

No special training is required for the run.

“Runners have a blast on mountains of mud and outrageous obstacles that spin, swing, and fling them up, down, and sideways,” said Muckfest organizers.

To register for Muckfest, visit this link.

For a look at some of the obstacles featured on the course, visit this link.

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Huron football camp to be held June 19–22

(Photo courtesy of Katy Reitz)

Huron Football is hosting a summer camp June 19 to 22 for school children grades 1st though 9th.

For full details about the summer camp, please visit this linked PDF file.

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State senator to host environmental town hall meeting Monday evening


Senator Hoon-Yung Hopgood

Senator Hoon-Yung Hopgood (D–Taylor) will be hosting an Environmental Town Hall on Monday, June 5, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at Belleville High School. All residents in the 6th Senate District are invited to attend and discuss important environmental issues in the state of Michigan.

Several state- and local-level environmental groups — including the Michigan Environmental Council, the Michigan League of Conservation Voters and the Sierra Club–MI Chapter — will present information on priority issues and ways in which residents can actively work to make a difference in our communities.

Jimmy Williams memorial run raises $11,000 in scholarships

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By Scott BolthouseHub Editor

The fourth annual Jimmy Williams memorial run raised $11,000 in scholarships that were awarded to 11 Huron High School seniors this year.

The run, held May 6 at Willow Metro Park in New Boston, is held every spring in honor of Jimmy Williams, an honor student and exceptional athlete at Huron High School who died in a car crash on Nov. 18, 2012 while he was traveling with his family through South Carolina on vacation.

“In total after four years, we have awarded $35,000 in scholarships in Jimmy’s name,” said Keith Becki, organizer of the event.

183 runners participated in the event.

Photos and video courtesy of Keith Becki