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Amanda, Executive Director of the Canton Area Chamber of Commerce, will be looking at business in the area and how it affects the community
Fab Five First Pitch – September 20th
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By Amanda Atchley
Iíve grown up and reside in Canton. This is where my familyís roots are, so I am familiar with Cantonís rich history and traditions. I attended Spoon River College and received my Bachelors of Science from Northland College in Ashland, Wis. My ...
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Canton Chamber on Business and Leadership
Iíve grown up and reside in Canton. This is where my familyís roots are, so I am familiar with Cantonís rich history and traditions. I attended Spoon River College and received my Bachelors of Science from Northland College in Ashland, Wis. My husband Cole, who works for the City of Canton, and I have an amazing two and a half year old daughter Ava, who keeps us busy. With almost one year under my belt as the Executive Director for the Canton Area Chamber of Commerce, we are continuing to partner with area businesses and community leaders to make Canton a great place to live, work and play!
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The Detroit Tigers are teaming up with U-Mís Pat Maloy Cancer Scholarship this September.  The promo is called ĎWolverines in the Dí for the Tigerís game on Friday Sept 20 against the jalen Twins.   $25 gets you an upper deck seat and a “Wolverines in the D” t-shirt.   The Tigers will then donate $5 of each ticket package sold back to the Maloy Scholarship.
All the details and online ordering info is on the Tigers site here.  
Notable: The U-M Men’s Glee club will perform the National Anthem.
Very notable: Fab Fivers Jimmy King and Jalen Rose are throwing out the first pitches.  I need someone to be there with photos and scouting report.
Again, details here. 
The Pat Maloy Scholarship was created by former students of University of Michigan professor Bernard “Pat” Maloy who passed away in 2001 after a courageous battle with esophageal cancer. The scholarship is a four year scholarship awarded to an incoming freshman with financial need who has battled cancer or whose direct family members have been stricken with cancer.
H/T to Neil C. for passing this along

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