Our spring benefit at the Masonic Temple included a wonderful tour by Masonic docents and an informative update on development activities in the Lower Cass Corridor. We thought you’d like to take a peek if you couldn’t make it.
Thank you to the Detroit Masonic Temple, La Feria, Fresh Corner Cafe, Mexicantown Bakery, and Blossoms for their contributions. We also are grateful to all our silent auction partners, including Busted in Detroit, SLOWS BAR BQ, Blossoms, Vivio’s Food & Spirits, Motor City Brew Tours, Detroit Segways / Segways2U, Pewabic Pottery, Marie-Howard Showroom, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and the Detroit Opera House.
Of course we couldn’t have done it without all of our terrific volunteers and board member Dawn Bilobran heading up the event.
Last, but most importantly, we are honored by the participation of everyone who attended, who support the preservation of Detroit’s irreplaceable architectural and cultural heritage.
As we post this, our hearts are heavy with the loss of the First Unitarian Church yesterday morning, but the photos of the magnificent Masonic remind us that for every historic home, church, or commercial building we’ve lost, there are still more lining our streets that need us more than ever.
Photos courtesy of Megan Snow, Evol Studios