ECDC is dedicated to putting the "fun" in family fun!
Back to School Family Fun Night was held on Friday, August 26, 2011! The event inlcuded free school supplies, free food and entertainment for the entire family. Over 60 children in the community received a back pack with school supplies!
A big thanks to United Healthcare for participating in the event and providing information on the MI Child program and how kids can eat healthier. To see pictures of the event, click here.
The ECDC Community Harvest Fest is making a comeback! Join us on Saturday, October 29, 2011 at Greater Ecclesia Temple for an afternoon that has something fun to do for the entire family!
Vendors are needed for the event. Please contact Donyel Snead at [email protected] today!
Ever want to learn how to quilit but been too chicken to try? Join the Ladies of ECDC for quilting classes every Saturday at noon.
The class is for beginners who've never quilted before and has benefits for seasoned quilters who would like to learn new techniques.
The cost of the class is $10. For more information, contact Donyel Snead, at [email protected]
Join ECDC as it launches the Youth Mentoring Program during the Community Harvest Fest on Saturday, October 30, 2010. The Fest will include fun activities for the entire family including storytelling, face painting, arts and crafts and much more!
Vendors are still needed for this event. For more information, contact Sherice Snead, Marketing Director at [email protected]
It's been a very busy September for ECDC!!!!
The Youth Mentoring Program kicked off to a great start with the Detroit Tigers outing on Saturday, September 10, 2010.
Everyone enjoyed the game, especially the pizza and hot dogs and most importantly, the fireworks!!!
Visit the photo album to see photos of ECDC's recent events including the Community Health Fair, Hawaiian Luau and the Detroit Tigers event.
ECDC's Youth Mentoring Program
will begin in September 2010
Tutors and Youth Workers are encouraged to apply!
A big thank you to everyone who came out and participated in our Open House/Informational for the Senior Citizen Program.
See more pictures from our event in the Photo Gallery!
Over 50 people came out and participated in the panel discussion on issues involving seniors in the community and diabetes. A tour of the facility was conducted and many of the visitors signed up to volunteer for the program. For more information about how you can become involved, see our Senior Citizen Program page or email Donyel Snead at [email protected].