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Adrians Collision
Dave Bandula
25353 Trowbridge
Dearborn
313-791-6100
www.adrianscollisioncenters.com
Adrians Collision Center Dearborn was opened in 1997 on the corner of Trowbridge and Gulley under the name Collision Craftsmen. Over the years as the business grew Adrians Collision was able to grow to six locations throughout metropolitan Detroit. Although their name has changed, their commitment to customer service and dependable and quality collision repairs continues. At Adrians they strive to satisfy their customers first. They also work with all insurance companies to make sure your unfortunate accident is as stress free as possible. At Adrians Collision they also believe in supporting their community. David Bandula the manager of the Dearborn location has grown up and lived in Dearborn for more than 40 years. He also dedicates some of his time coaching youth football in the area. At Adrians they believe in not only helping their customers but their city as well. They offer their customers whatever it takes to satisfy their expectations. Rest assured they will repair your vehicle to its manufactures specifications. Their reputation is riding on it. Please stop by their Dearborn location or visit their website to find a location that is best for you. Adrians Collision Centers, “The craftsmen of the industry.”

Yogurtown
Mikey Nasser
22055 Michigan Avenue
Dearborn
313-908-9376
www.myyogurtown.com
Yogurtown is Dearborn’s first self-serve frozen yogurt shop. The concept of self-serve frozen yogurt is simple: choose from 10 flavors of frozen yogurt, add some of their 50 toppings, weigh it, and pay by the ounce. Yogurtown offers only premium flavors of frozen yogurt (froyo) that rotate monthly, as well as topping choices that also change with the season. All of their froyo is made with real ingredients made fresh to order. Yogurtown strives to be a leader in customer service, cleanliness and overall satisfaction from their customers. They want to offer only the best to their customers to gain and maintain their loyalty. By texting “Yogurtown” to 75309, customers can join their texting service which will send you their updates, special promotions and discounts straight to your cell phone. Adding Yogurtown on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (Yogurtown) also gives you access to special promotions. Yogurtown was created on a simple idea: give the customers what they want. Because they want to offer what their customers want to try, they have an unlimited amount of control in determining their flavors of froyo. If there’s a flavor you’d like to try at Yogurtown, fill out one of their suggestion forms in the store and let them know. Come and celebrate their ribbon cutting at 4 p.m. May 3 and grand opening from noon to 8 p.m. May 4, with WDVD-FM 96.3 on site from noon to 2 p.m.

Cherry Hill Presbyterian Church
24110 Cherry Hill Road
Dearborn
313-563-4800
www.cherryhillchurch.org
Facebook: Cherry Hill Presbyterian Church
Cherry Hill Presbyterian works within Dearborn and beyond to spread God’s word and nurture faith in our Lord. From their Helping Hands Ministry that provides food to local families in need, to support of international missionary programs, the congregation of Cherry Hill seeks to share Christ’s love and mission. The church offers Christian education programs for all ages, beginning with “Godly Play” that offers younger children the opportunity to learn about Christ and the Bible through stories, crafts, play, singing and prayer. An annual Vacation Bible School for 3-year-olds through fifth-graders is held in the evenings to accommodate working families. Chartered in 1942, Cherry Hill Presbyterian has been a well-recognized landmark at the corner of Telegraph and Cherry Hill roads since 1948. The church’s music program is enriched by a unique Bosendorfer Imperial Grand Piano and Austin pipe organ. Sunday worship is at 10:15 a.m. followed by fellowship in Memorial Parlor. All are welcome. Cherry Hill is also home to the Dearborn Pastoral Counseling Center, CHUP co-op preschool, Boy Scout Troop 1111, along with numerous group activities and organizations. Rentals are available for weddings, concerts, banquets and more by contacting the church office at 313-563-4800.

Assurant Care, LLC.
Jeanie Fraser
25462 Ford Road, Ste. 2
Dearborn Heights
313-563-0226
Assurant Care LLC is a low cost Home Health Care Company dedicated to assisting seniors to remain in their home as independent as possible. It has been owned and operated for the past four years by Jeanie Fraser, a long time Dearborn resident and member of Divine Child Catholic Church. Assurant Care has more than 50 compassionate caregivers on staff, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, who have been professionally trained, background checked, insured and bonded. They perform a wide variety of tasks just the way you prefer, maintaining your health and home just the way you like. They encourage participation to your ability to keep you mobile, and perform daily exercise recommended by therapists. Some of the duties they provide include but are not limited to, showering and daily hygiene, meal preparation, medication reminders, feeding assistance, laundry, light housekeeping, errands — or garden maintenance for the senior with a green thumb. Their caregivers are happy to accompany seniors to any appointments or outings they enjoy, even Greektown Casino. If you are in a rehabilitation facility following a hospitalization, they can arrange care with your social worker to get you back home. There is no charge for a personal consultation, they will come to you. Call them today. You can also find them on their Facebook page: Assurant Care