McLaren Hospital Crystal Ball 2017

On March 11, McLaren Hospital celebrated its annual Crystal Ball at MGM Grand Detroit to benefit its Macomb Emergency and Trauma Services. Guests enjoyed a black-tie gourmet dinner, cocktail reception, a live auction and raffle, and thrilling entertainment from the Detroit Circus. In addition to the activities, special tributes were dedicated Daisy Award nurses and seasoned physicians.


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Slurping Turtle Charity Ramen Battle 2017

On July 16, Slurping Turtle in Ann Arbor held it's annual Charity Ramen Battle. Guests enjoyed five different bowls from Chef Brendon Edwards of Gold Cash Gold, Chef Brad Greenhill of Katoi, Tadashi Nagura of Slurping Turtle, Chef Joseph Van Wagner of Local Kitchen, and Chef Derik Watson of Bistro 82, all competing for $2,000 prize for the charity of their choice.

Christmas in July Cruise 2017

On July 16, Infinity and Ovation Yacht Charters held its Christmas in July themed cruise benefiting the Parade Company. Guests enjoyed a holiday-themed dinner and premium open bar. Each guest was asked to bring a children's gift for donation, and a portion of each ticket cost benefited the organization.

Acclaimed Mingle Yacht Party 2017

On July 17, the ACS Foundation held its 8th annual Acclaimed Mingle event aboard an Infinity and Ovation yacht. Guests enjoyed dinner, drinks, and dancing. Proceeds benefited the United World Mission.

Leaders for Kids Summer Recess 2017

On July 7, Leaders for Kids, an advisory board of the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation, hosted its 5th annual Summer Recess event on top of the Detroit Opera House Rooftop. Guests enjoyed strolling appetizers, a premium open bar, live entertainment, and more. Proceeds benefited the foundation and its mission to raise funds for pediatric medical research, education, and community benefit programs.

Red, White & Groove Cruise 2017

On July 5, Infinity-Ovation Yacht Charters held its Red, White & Groove cruise as part of its Summer Cruise Series. Guests enjoyed a strolling dinner of traditional American fare, a premium open bar, and the tunes of Boogie Dynomite.
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