2018 Ski Excursion - CLICK TO REGISTER
Location: Traverse City, MI
Parking at Tel-Twelve Mall Parking Lot
Charter Bus Ride From Southfield To The Resort and Back With Food, Refreshments and Someone Mentioned A Tasty Purple Drink
Hotel Room (Room Options and Prices Listed Below)
Raffles (Gift Basket, Television and Accommodation for One Person For Winter Extravaganza 2019)
Downtown Area 10 Minutes Away With Shopping, Restaurants, Bars, Etc.
Round Trip Bus ride
(with food, drinks, music and games)
Skiing or Snowboarding
(with lift ticket, ski [board] rentals, lessons, 58 Runs)
Two Hospitality Suites
Pool/Hot Tub Welcome Party
Bid Whist Tournament
Urban Dialog With Suzette
Physical Fitness Screening and Aerobic Classes With Breathe Fitness
Ten Percent Discount At Hotel Spa
Discounted Breakfast Buffett
NOW THAT'S GOING TO BE A WEEKEND TO REMEMBER!!!!
Also available at an addtional cost:
Snowmobiling , Ice Skating, Tubing, Horse Back Riding, and Tubing
Did I Mention That We Are Going To Allow You To Pick The Theme Of Saturday Nights Party!!!!! We Will Post A Poll and Let You Decide.
RESERVE YOUR SPOT NOW DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE!!!!!
FULL PAYMENT DUE BY
January 7, 2018
RATES ARE FOR ENTIRE WEEKEND
• Double Occupancy $360.00/person
• Double Occupancy Tower $410.00/person
• Single Room Rate $550.00/person
• Single Room Rate Tower $650.00/person
• One Bedroom Condo Sleeping Four $350/person
• Two Bedroom Condos Sleeping Six $325/person
• Three Bedroom Condos Sleeping Eight $300/person
A $100 DEPOSIT HOLDS YOUR SPOT TODAY. CONTACT US TODAY HOLD YOUR ROOM ASAP BECAUSE WE WILL SELL OWT!!!!
Keith "Bull Nasty" Bullock @ 313-378-4736
Brandon D. Lewis @ 313-598-7335
Herve Leonard @ 313-330-2655
TAU KAPPA KAPPA CHAPTER
TKK Omega Men In the Community
CECIL FORBES, D.C. —
ICARE SPINE & REHAB CENTER
430 MACK AVE., DETROIT, MI 48201
18984 LIVERNOIS AVE., DETROIT, MI 48221 | 313-397-1930 | WWW.ICARESR.COM
A hometown hero is enhancing his second chiropractic office and uplifting a community that contributed to his success.
Dr. Cecil Forbes grew up near Midtown, a Detroit neighborhood not too far from the office he recently opened on Mack Avenue. In a modest tone, Dr. Forbes describes how he feels about being able to serve residents in the community he frequented as a child.
“It’s great to experience all of the positive changes taking place in the Detroit area,” Dr. Forbes said. “I’m glad to have the opportunity to see how far Detroit has come and to be involved in a small part of Detroit’s resurgence heading into the future.”
In addition to providing quality care, Dr. Forbes directly contributes to the local economy. iCare stays true to its core beliefs of providing innate, innovative, and integrated care to its patients with state-of-the-art equipment offering nonsurgical decompression therapy at his Mack Avenue location east of Woodward, which is adjacent to the Detroit Medical Center.
Last year, Hour Detroit featured Dr. Forbes’ iCare Spine and Rehab Center prior to the Mack Avenue location’s grand opening. This year, Forbes looks to offer residents decompression procedures that are noninvasive and an alternative to spinal surgery.
Lower back pain is one of the most common reasons for clinic visits in the U.S., and it is also associated with lost wages and decreased work productivity. Dr. Forbes has recognized a shift in the industry away from narcotic-based back pain treatment and helps patients by offering care without opioids.
iCare offers financing opportunities that allow patients suffering from chiropractic issues (e.g., spinal herniated discs, lower back pain, neck pain, sciatica, and carpal tunnel syndrome) to receive the quality care they need.
“I’m passionate about listening to my patients and understanding their needs so that I can provide them with the best possible experience,” Dr. Forbes said.
Let iCare enhance your health.
For African-American businesses, community organizations, entrepreneurs, entertainers and individuals in southeastern Michigan, Best In Black serves as a marketing and recognition platform for those individuals and companies while ultimately encouraging the community’s next generation of business leaders.
Best in Black gives the community a true voice in identifying and elevating the businesses they most support. It’s an innovative way to poll the community about these businesses and organizations with the best brands and reputations. It is a platform where by The Michigan Chronicle can promote and celebrate the businesses that ultimately support us.
Congratulations to Omega Psi Phi Fraternity for being recognized and Fraternity of the year;
and Bro. Glenn Lott of being recognized as Personal Trainer of the year!