News and views from the heart of Farmington and Farmington Hills, Michigan.

Listen as Rev. Dr. Patricia Coleman-Burns, Cheryl Willette, and Juneteenth co-chairs James Murray, and Britney Faulkner McGee discuss a Juneteenth celebration and other events co-hosted by First AME (African Methodist Episcopal) Church and the Beloved Community Initiative, a dialogue group where people of diverse races and cultures, beliefs and backgrounds come together each month to listen, learn, and share.  

Listen as Rev. Dr. Patricia Coleman-Burns, Cheryl Willette, and Juneteenth co-chairs James Murray, and Britney Faulkner McGee discuss a Juneteenth celebration and other events co-hosted by First AME (African Methodist Episcopal) Church and the Beloved Community Initiative, a dialogue group where people of diverse races and cultures, beliefs and backgrounds come together each month to listen, learn, and share.  

Listen as Rev. Dr. Patricia Coleman-Burns, Cheryl Willette, and Juneteenth co-chairs James Murray, and Britney Faulkner McGee discuss a Juneteenth celebration and other events co-hosted by First AME (African Methodist Episcopal) Church and the Beloved Community Initiative, a dialogue group where people of diverse races and cultures, beliefs and backgrounds come together each month to listen, learn, and share.  

Director Todd Lipa and pantry manager Delores Watters talk about how CARES is serving local families in need, and how that need has grown since the COVID-19 pandemic. 

CARES of Farmington Hills director Todd Lipa and pantry manager Delores Watters discuss the help they’ve already received, how you can contribute, and new developments within the nonprofit. They also announce a big change coming to the food pantry, which will soon support families with Bridge cards. 

In the final part of our conversation, Market Master Walt Gajewski explains why market-goers can feel good about the food they purchase from local growers, and talks more about the 2020 season. 

In Part 2 of our conversation, Walt Gajewski discusses how the 2020 Farmington Farmers Market might look, based on guidance from state and industry organizations.

In Part 1 of this interview, Walt Gajewski talks about his own experience with COVID-19 and recovery from the virus and what he’s doing now for the 2020 market season. 

F2H Mayors talk COVID-19

Farmington Mayor Sara Bowman and Farmington Hills Mayor Vicki Barnett talk about how their cities are responding to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. 

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