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The Lucy Ann Lance Show, 1290 WLBY – Thursday, May 2, 2013

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Bernadette Quist and Anthony Elliott


Dexter Area Chamber of Commerce:  Musical Dexter –  Bernadette Quist, Chamber Executive Director; Dr. Anthony Elliott, Musical Director, Dexter Community Orchestra – Founded in 2005, the Dexter Community Orchestra is dedicated to cultural enrichment through live symphonic music.  It’s a place for amateur musicians to play and an opportunity for families to experience the magic of live classical music.  You are invited to their concert this Sunday, May 5 at 4 PM at Dexter High School, where you will hear competition winner Emma Sandberg performing.
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Greg Schwartz


Tech Thursday
:  UpTo – New Social Calendar App
 – Greg Schwartz, App Creator – Detroit native Greg Schwartz honed his skills in mobile as the Director of Digital Business for Warner Music Group in New York.  He was a visionary in the mobile apps industry before anyone knew what an app was.  He created one of the first mobile phone applications offered to consumers in the U.S.  Now he debuts an app that unlike Twitter and Facebook, doesn’t ask you what you are doing now, but rather what you are doing later.
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Diuble Family



Non-Profit SpotlightFoundation Fighting Blindness – Abby, Angela, and Lilly Diuble – Lilly Diuble has hearing loss and is losing her sight, but she is a fighter who is hoping that research will lead to a cure.  Over the last few years, she and her amazing family have raised more than $60,000 for the Foundation Fighing Blindness.  Join Team Lilly at VisionWalk on Sat., May 11, 9 AM at Kensington Metropark.  Visit here for more info.  Also, see Lilly’s VisionWalk page here.
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Sarah Murray and Chief John Seto



Remembering Vada:  Sarah Murray, Wife of the Late Vada Murray; Chief John Seto, Ann Arbor Police Department  – The Vada Murray Fund for Cancer Research at the University of Michigan honors the former Michigan Football player and Ann Arbor police officer’s community service and sportsmanship.  Vada died April 6, 2011, at age 43 of lung cancer. More information can be found online at– The Vada Murray Fund for Cancer Research High School Lacrosse games are Friday, May 3 at Pioneer and Skyline high schools.  The Pioneer game begins at 6 p.m. and the varsity game at Skyline High School begins at 7 p.m. in the schools’ stadiums. Tickets are $5 and benefit the Vada Murray Fund for Cancer Research and the Ann Arbor Police Department’s Badge 155 (Vada Murray’s badge number) Fund.
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