As we like to say at Patch, chances are you know something, saw something or think something about your community that your neighbors would love to hear or see.
So why not share it through Patch's Local Voices?
If you're passionate about a certain topic or just want to weigh in on something that's on your mind, post a blog on Patch. Blogging is a great way of getting your message, in your own words, out to our readers. You can blog once a week, once a day or whenever the inspiration hits you.
In this new Sunday column, we'll highlight some of the best blog posts from the week throughout the Patch sites in Macomb County. Take a peek at what your neighbors are writing about and then join the conversation by posting your own blog.
In Clinton Township, Amy Wilczynski announces a nice accomplishment bestowed upon her company in her blog, RE/MAX First of Clinton Township Receives Shining Star Award.
(Want to post a blog on Clinton Township Patch? It's simple! Just head to our Local Voices section.)
In Macomb, Jill Wrubel gives some encouraging words of advice for the season change in her blog, SPRING: Themes of New Beginnings FOR YOU.
(Want to post a blog on Macomb Patch? It's simple! Just head to our Local Voices section.)
In New Baltimore-Chesterfield, Rick Thompson shares information about a new organization in his blog, Federally-Recognized 501c3 in Michigan Advocates for Cannabis Issues.
(Want to post a blog on New Baltimore-Chesterfield Patch? It's simple! Just head to our Local Voices section.)
In Shelby-Utica, Utica Community Schools introduces us to a group of elementary and middle school students who are heading to a worldwide competition next month. Read the district's blog,
(Want to post a blog on Shelby-Utica Patch? It's simple! Just head to our Local Voices section.)
In St. Clair Shores, Jacob Rothman gives us a sneak peak into a recent interview he had in his blog, Dave Dombrowski: The Man Who Revitalized Detroit.
(Want to post a blog on St. Clair Shores Patch? It's simple! Just head to our Local Voices section.)
Any questions? Contact Patch Community Editor Jason Alley at firstname.lastname@example.org.