By Marley Van Fossen, Screening Integration Coordinator at Elder Law of Michigan Mother’s Day is always on the second Sunday in May. This year it is Sunday, May 12th. I believe Mother’s Day is a favorite holiday to celebrate for many people around the world. People love to celebrate themselves as a mother and all the mothers in their lives. Many people also have a … Continue reading Mother’s Day: Sunday, May 12, 2019!
By Jennifer Blanck, MiCAFE Network Coordinator, at Elder Law of Michigan Who doesn’t love a good celebration full of food, music, dancing, and rich in culture? Across the United States, you can find a variety of celebrations on the fifth of May, better known as, Cinco de Mayo. Many people think of this day as a day meant to celebrate Mexican culture (guilty as charged, until … Continue reading Cinco de Mayo
By Sheila Robison, Economic Security Team Member at Elder Law of Michigan. February has long been celebrated as a month of romance because of the ever-popular holiday, Valentine’s Day! It is the second most popular holiday for sending cards in the United States with Christmas being the first. Hallmark states there are approximately 145 million Valentine’s Day cards exchanged in February. It is easy to … Continue reading Love for All Ages
Denise Keiser, Fund Development Specialist Now that you’ve given thanks and found great deals during the universally celebrated shopping days of #BlackFriday and #CyberMonday, it’s time to turn your attention to giving back. Tomorrow we celebrate #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving powered by social media. It’s one of the best ways to get involved in your community and your favorite charities. On Tuesday, November 27, 2018, donors, … Continue reading Join a Global Day of Giving This #GivingTuesday
By Vonda Vantil, Social Security Public Affairs Specialist In November, millions of families gather together to give thanks, share a meal, and spend time together. Sometimes it’s hard to find the time to get together, so you want to make every second with the ones you love count. Social Security understands that your time is valuable whether you’re working, running your business, or taking time … Continue reading Your Social Security, giving thanks and spending quality time
By Sheila Robison, Economic Security Team Member Get ready all ye who are romantic at heart! This year Sweetest Day is October 20th, always the third Saturday in October and celebrated in the Midwestern and parts of the Northeastern United States. You may think this is just a holiday created to increase the sale of candy and other romantic deeds. However, in 1922, philanthropist Herbert Birch Kingston started … Continue reading Sweetest Seniors
By Rachael Savoie, Human Resources For me, fall to me is the most wonderful time of the year. I love everything about fall, from the trees changing beautiful colors, to the holidays we celebrate like Halloween and Thanksgiving. One thing I can’t wait to do is take my family to the local cider mill. We love getting warm homemade doughnuts and cider; and picking out … Continue reading First Day of Fall: Saturday, September 22, 2018