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So far Jennifer Ehrhardt has created 11 blog entries.

That’s A Wrap

I’ve been putting off writing this post because I’m not ready for this year to be over and somehow finishing this blog is acknowledging that my time, not only in this program but also in Detroit, has come to an end.  Due to an amazing career opportunity my husband has been offered, we are off […]

“Challenge” Detroit

It’s hard to believe but my time with Challenge Detroit is quickly winding down – much to my dismay.  This past Friday was our last Leadership Friday and we spent some time reflecting on what we had gained from the program.  I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting lately and I keep thinking back to […]

Bucket List

It’s hard to believe that I only have 3 month left with Challenge Detroit.  With the warming months and impending deadline why not create a bucketlist of events I want to attend before the end of the summer:)

 

Tuesday Market at Eastern Market: Fresh Michigan produce, flowers, free wellness events, and food trucks make this a […]

Hurray for the DIA

Last Sunday, I decided to check out the “Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo in Detroit” exhibit at the DIA.  The months of hype did not disappoint; it was fascinating! I’ve been a bit obsessed with this couple’s story after reading a historical fiction novel about them a few years ago. Both had such dynamic personalities which […]

Destination Dearborn

Following the completion of our fourth challenge this past Friday, we took a journey over to Detroit’s neighboring city, Dearborn. There are a lot of great attractions in Dearborn such as the Arab American National Museum, University of Michigan-Dearborn and the Automotive Hall of Fame, but what brought us to the city was a visit […]

Halftime Analysis

It’s hard to believe that I am halfway done with this fellowship.  Where has the time gone?!!!  In honor of the halfway mark, and to provide a little insight into Challenge Detroit for those of you applying to be a Year 4 Fellow, below is the speech I gave to my host company’s, Hospice of […]

Recycle Here!

I was recently tasked with creating a Green Team at my host company, Hospice of Michigan.  Our first task was to implement a recycling program which launched January 20th.  Recycling has been on my mind a lot the past couple months which I guess is why this post is dedicated to the topic.

Some facts to […]

Problems Worth Having

During our last Immersion Friday with Challenge Detroit, we attended a workshop at Salt and Cedar, a letterpress studio located in Detroit’s Eastern Market. Letterpress is an old-fashioned printing method where someone composes and locks movable type into the bed of a press, inks it, and presses paper against it to transfer the ink from […]

Top 10 Reasons to Visit Detroit

10. Detroit Historical Museum – If you want to get an overview of the history of Detroit, there is no better place than this museum. Every exhibit is amazing. There is a working replica of an auto assembly line, a diorama of Detroit through the decades, and even a life-size model town in the basement. […]

Beat the Streets Detroit

Walk into the Patton Rec Center in Southeast Detroit after school Tuesday through Thursday, and you will find 75 enthusiastic 8–14 year-old girls and boys learning the art of wrestling as they participate in Beat the Streets Detroit.  Head Coach, Mike Conflitti, and his team of dedicated assistant coaches, many of whom were participants in […]