Annual Rouge River Cleanup More than Just Picking up Trash

May 21, 2018

By Mel Corrigan, The Oakland County Times

Beverly Hills, MI – Every spring, volunteers from various Rouge communities work together to clean-up and preserve the Rouge River and its surroundings for future generations. Friends of the Rouge is a nonprofit established in 1986. That year, the first Rouge Rescue event comprised removing large quantities of trash from the river. Since then, the clean-up efforts have evolved to comprise invasive species removal, the planting of native species to stabilize stream banks, and wood debris management within the river.

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Locals lead Empowering Latina workshops

April 18, 2018

from The Clarkston (Michigan) News

Clarkston-area residents Terry Beltran and Emily Duthinh presented information at the Empowering Latina Workshop at the Dia De La Mujer conference, April 7, at the Kelllogg Conference Center at Michigan State University. 

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Celebrating Women’s History Month: Rosemary Bayer

March 29, 2018

By Natalie Broda, The Oakland Press

March is National Women’s History Month and to celebrate, The Oakland Press is looking to give voice to women across the county.Throughout the month, we’ll be asking women from different industries and walks of life to explore what it means to them to be a woman in this day and age- professionally and personally.

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"Women of the Future" on the Bottom Line facebook Live Show

March 21, 2018

Rosemary was a featured guest on the Bottom Line facebook Live Show with Regina Woodward and Sangeya Wiggins, celebrating Women's History Month and featuring "Women of the Future".

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VOTE for Women! speech

February 24, 2018

Rosemary spoke at the VOTE for Women! event at the Birmingham Unitarian Church which was hosted by the Women Organize Michigan organization to support local women running for 2018 office.

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Women's March anniversary: Flood of candidates head to the ballot

January 19, 2018

By Kathleen Gray, Detroit Free Press

Rosemary Bayer had a good role model when, at the age of 58, she decided to get a second full-time job: running for the state Senate. “My grandpa was 75 when someone wanted to sign him up for free meal delivery,” she recalled. “He said, ‘Meals on Wheels?’ That’s a great idea. I can deliver for you on Tuesdays and Thursdays.’”

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M2 TechCast - Rosemary Bayer Interview

November 29, 2017

M2 TechCast interview with Rosemary Bayer.

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Local women learn how to run for office

June 14, 2017

By Kayla Dimick, Southfield Sun

SOUTHFIELD — A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization is combating the underrepresentation of women in office by educating women on what it takes to get elected.

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