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    Even today I still remember clearly what happened that fateful day. Why I did it, I’m not exactly sure but it wasn’t fun, at least for Patrick it wasn’t. I was back in 3rd grade, young, innocent, and having the time of my life. It was Spring almost Summer and it had been a decent year, nothing special but little did I know today was going to be exciting. This is when I lived in South Haven which had a population of like 10 people not including tourists. I would move to Kalamazoo in about one…

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    At some point in every person's life, they will have a special experience that will stick with them forever. One of my most memorable moments happened recently at a home volleyball game against Traverse City West. Approaching freshman volleyball season, the upperclassman spoke highly of the importance of overpowering TC West. As a ninth grader, I had the mindset that I would be playing for the freshmen team. I didn't think it really mattered what the outcome of the game would be, since we were…

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    I live over fifteen miles from the small town that I would consider my hometown. While the distance between myself and Auburn, Indiana is large I have been closely influenced by the small town’s values of hard work and tradition. With the city being founded around the manufacturing of the Auburn Automobile, today the town takes pride in the museum to honor the traditions of the company. When visitors come to my town I would invite them to the Auburn, Cord, Duesenberg museum. The town is proud of…

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    There were a lot of information that jump of the pages of Mark Binelli’s novel “Detroit City is the Place to Be”. The author introduce the readers to his native land; the history and good and bad eras. In 1900’s Henry Ford had a bright idea to bring a majority manufacture of the automobile to the Detroit city area. Exploring through the eyes of the writer, Detroit city has been identified as the motor city for its automobile factories (Ford, Chrysler, and General Motor ); sport teams such…

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    1896: henry ford built Quadricycle 1899: Henry joined Detroit Automobile Company 1903: Ford Motor Company is incorporated. 1904: Ford Motor Company of Canada is established 1907: Ford introduces the scripted typeface of its trademark. 1908: Model T is introduced. 1908: First overseas sales branch in Paris. 1913: Ford Assembly line in auto production is initiated. 1914: The famous $5 per day is instituted. 1917: Ford Motor Company first ever produces Ford Truck 1919: Edsel Ford succeeds…

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    Social Work Interview

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    Jennifer Kortge is a School Social Worker for a special education consortium of three different school districts in Lapeer County, in Michigan. The three school districts she services include Imlay City, Dryden, and Almont community schools. As a School Social Worker for a special education consortium Jennifer is required to provide special education social work services for students that are experiencing social, emotional, or behavioral issues. During the interview Jennifer mentioned that…

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    BRIEF INTRODUCTION Kroger does very well at providing superior shopping experiences for its customers. It has friendly staffs, quality products and superior services. Of course, it still has some deficiencies, and there are also have some other stores have competitive advantages compare with it. Meijer Lake Lansing is the biggest competitor of Kroger East Lansing. And we are interested in how these two stores following the new rules of retailing; and also concern about how Kroger should do in…

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    CORPORATE LEVEL STRATEGY ADOPTED BY FORD MOTOR COMPANY AND TATA MOTOR. HENRY FORD joined FORD MOTOR COMPANY in1903at Dearborn, Michigan, U.S.A and is known to have adjusted practice that were not mainstream those days. The auto producer known for their celebrated "MODEL-T" and the interesting development of tradable parts in moving mechanical production systems that makes it conceivable to amass autos effortlessly and high dependability. Portage MOTOR made an amazing monetary reputation pretty…

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    Battle For The Jug Analysis

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    College or professional, even in high school, a rivalry between two teams is always a big deal. The stakes are even higher when this rivalry comes between a city. Rochester Hills is home to two very different colleges, Oakland University and Rochester College. When the two meet it is much like the U of M versus MSU during football season. The RC versus OU hockey matches, known as the Battle of the Jug, is one of the biggest hockey series of the season. The Battle for the Jug is one of the few…

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    the Saint Lawrence River. Consisting of Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario, they form the largest group of freshwater lakes on Earth, containing 21% of the world's surface fresh water by volume. The total surface is, and the total volume is . Due to their sea-like characteristics the five Great Lakes have also long been referred to as inland seas. Lake Superior is the second largest lake in the world by area, and Lake Michigan is the largest lake that is entirely within one…

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