Citizens for a Fair Ferndale is proud to announce the 2018 winners of its Good Neighbor = Strong Community awards. The annual awards celebrate the ongoing efforts of those who live, work and attend school in Ferndale, who value the fair and equal treatment of others and are engaged in making this happen on a daily basis. The Good Neighbors = Strong Community Awards program identifies and honors individuals, organizations and businesses in our community who are outstanding examples of “good neighbors.”
This year’s honorees include:
- Grace Bacon
- Doug Gillespie
- Lindsay Gonska
- Carol Jackson
- Stacey Bellott Jamison
- Beth O’Connor
- MaKisha Reed
- Laura Mikulski, Suzanne Janik & Eric Geiner of the Ferndale Rat Patrol
- Cheryl Salinas-Tucker & Jeny Bulatovic of Rouge Make Up and Nails
“As always, the selection committee had a diverse pool of nominations, proving once again that Ferndale if full of Good Neighbors,” said Bridget Deegan-Krause, an organizer of the event. “This year we are honoring everyone from a school teacher who helps get food on kids’ tables to a local business that helps clients feel good inside and out.”
Citizens for a Fair Ferndale will hold a special event on November 13 at 7 p.m. at Ferndale’s Go Comedy to present the 2018 awards. Contact us at CFF48220@gmail.com or 248-439-0747 if you are interested in attending.
On Saturday, November 3, 2018, Citizens for a Fair Ferndale (CFF) held a Candidate Forum at the Ferndale Area District Library (222 E. 9 Mile Rd.) from 2:00-4:00 p.m. CFF has invited all declared candidates for the Ferndale Public Schools Board of Education, the Ferndale Library Board, and Judge of the 43rd District Court. The public and the media are encouraged to attend.
Below are candidate questionnaires that were circulated and returned to CFF by 5 of the candidates on the upcoming November 6th ballot.
Click this link for a facebook live recording of the forum. It is only 35 minutes long!