Friday, January 18, 2013
Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel announced Thursday he is engaged, according to media reports.
Macomb County's top elected official, and arguably the county's most eligible bachelor, announced Thursday he is engaged. Mark Hackel announced he is engaged to Tracie Damschroder during a meeting of the Big Four regional leaders at the North American International Auto Show, according to a report in The Macomb Daily. Hackel, 50, of Macomb Township, popped the question to the 31-year-old Shelby Township resident on Christmas morning, the paper reported. A date has not been set. Have your own nuptials planned? Post an announcement on Patch!
Saturday, June 11, 2011
Take advantage of the Announcement section on Shelby-Utica Patch to share the big news.
It's wedding season and the hunt for the most complicated blender has begun. According to the website USAwedlink.com, there are somewhere around 2.5 million weddings every year in the U.S., and June is the most popular month for weddings. While you may not be playing an active role in a wedding this summer, chances are you have at least one invitation sitting on your countertop or know someone planning the long walk down the aisle this summer. With that in mind, we direct you to Shelby-Utica Patch's Announcements section. Our announcements section can be used to inform the public of any number of occasions–even recent engagements or upcoming weddings. The process is easy, and it’s a great and free way to share in the pre-marital hoopla. …
Sunday, June 5, 2011
Heritage Gardens in Shelby Township offers a scenic area to hold wedding ceremonies and take memorable photos.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Salam Zahr
Sunday, June 5, 2011
Heritage Garden in Shelby Township was completed in the fall of 1975 as part of a Shelby Township Bicentennial Committee project. The 2 1/2-acre property boasts a spring-fed lake and is surrounded by ornate, wrought-iron fencing. The garden is available for rental for wedding ceremonies and/or photos each year from April through October. Several spots throughout the garden make for wonderful photos for engaged and married couples. A large deck overlooking the lake, 10 foot gazebo, scenic pathways, and a large fountain make Heritage Gardens the perfect picture destination. Bookings for the upcoming year are accepted beginning the first business day in September. Call Shelby Parks, Recreation & Maintenance at 586-731-0300 weekdays between 8…
Monday, February 21, 2011
A 26-year-old Shelby Township bride-to-be who won a dream wedding package at the Palazzo Grande Bridal Show Sunday said she thinks winning the prize was an act of divine intervention.
There was a valuable lesson to be learned at the Brides-To-Be show at the Palazzo Grande Sunday: If you are registered for an amazing grand prize dream wedding, don’t leave before the drawing. Shelby Township bride-to-be Ashley Douglas was rewarded when her name was the third to be drawn for the grand prize package valuing more than $25,000. Brides had to be present to win. Douglas said her knees buckled and she burst into tears when she realized her name had been drawn. “I started jumping up and down and saying 'Oh my God!'” said Douglas. But in this case, it wasn't just a figure of speech, Douglas said she thinks there really was a divine intervention involved. “I think it was my grandma that did it. It was the one-year anniversary that…