Vanguard's Cameron Court Senior Village

Major Investment in Detroit May 19

May 12, 2009 248.414.4533 office
313.715.0199 office
Shelly Najor, PhD

MEDIA ALERT ~ Press Conference & Stakeholder Preview May 19

Vanguard Community Development Corporation
Unveils Cameron Court State-of-the-Art Senior Living Center
And Plans for 15th Anniversary Celebration

What: A press conference, stakeholder preview and luncheon to unveil the state-of-the-art Cameron Court Senior Living Center and plans for Vanguard Community Development Corporation’s (CDC) 15th Anniversary is set for Tuesday, May 19 at 11am. Since 1994, Vanguard CDC has invested more than $47,000,000 in Detroit and served more than 27,000 adults, seniors and children. This colorful, 52,000 square-foot, 48 unit development will provide senior services and transportation for both residents and area seniors in Detroit’s North End Neighborhood, and provides the “wow” factor to all who pass by on I-75, as it can be viewed on the west side of the freeway between the Holbrook and Clay/Grand Avenue exits.

When: Tuesday, May 19, 2009
11am – Noon

Where: Cameron Court Senior Village
8600 Cameron ~ Detroit, MI 48211

Who: Bishop Edgar L. Vann, Jr., President & CEO & Scott Alan Davis, Executive Director, along with new Cameron Court senior residents,
will welcome:
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing
Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano
City Councilwoman Sheila Cockrel
City Councilwoman Martha Reeves
City Councilwoman Barbara Rose Collins
City Councilman Kwame Kenyatta or his Chief of Staff
Tony Armada, President & CEO of Henry Ford Hospital
Barbara Hensen, Detroit Transportation Company
Patricia Rentcher, Wayne State University Institute of Gerontology
Sharnita C. Johnson, The Skillman Foundation
Christine Kageff, Chase
Mable Jones, AAA Michigan
Karen Love, The Michigan Chronicle
Deborah Younger, Local Initiatives Support Corporation
Hatham Shaena, Glory Supermarkets
WDIV Local 4 News Anchor Rhonda Walker is Master of Ceremonies
And many other guests

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