Christ the Redeemer continues community outreach during 8th annual St. Nicholas Project

Christ the Redeemer continues community outreach during 8th annual St. Nicholas Project

The Christ the Redeemer crew working at Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County. Pictured is Chris VanGordon , Christian Corrion, Dan Schueren, Steve Corrion, Mike Evola, Susan Dailey, Gary Banker & Rodney Bryce. By Karen Swietlik Special Contributor to The Review The pandemic of 2020 challenged Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church administration and parishioners to […]

VFW Post 334 donate winter coats to LO/Oxford elementary schools

VFW Post 334 donate winter coats to LO/Oxford elementary schools

Last month, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 334 received a request from Lake Orion and Oxford elementary schools for children’s winter coats, hats, gloves and mittens. While VFW Post members Bob Mahan and his wife Cindy Mahan were shopping at Meijer on Brown Road shopping for children’s coats, the Mahan’s explained to a store […]

Milosch family supports the Lake Orion Lions Club Christmas Basket program with $5k donation

Milosch family supports the Lake Orion Lions Club Christmas Basket program with $5k donation

Lions still need donations, volunteers for deliveries By Jim Newell Review Editor Each November, Milosch’s Palace automobile dealership hosts an auction for the Lake Orion Lions Club to help the club raise funds for its Christmas Basket program. With the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions on the size of gatherings, the auction was canceled this year. […]

Orion residents come together to spread holiday cheer to family in need

By Megan Kelley Review Writer The holiday season is the time of giving and for a group of Orion residents that statement couldn’t ring truer. Last week, Eric Stenberg, resident and owner Castle Irrigation and Landscape Lighting, received a phone call inquiring about Christmas lights. “I’m just a sprinkler guy and I hang Christmas lights […]

LOHS special needs student goes on hunting adventure

LOHS special needs student goes on hunting adventure

By Alan Campbell Review Contributor Jim and Lisa Standal were looking for a way to introduce their daughter into hunting as a family, and the PATH foundation provided it. Jane Standal, a sophomore at Lake Orion High School, harvested a 17-point buck in early October while accompanied by her parents. She was participating in a […]

OAYA starts ‘Parents Matter’ virtual support, social group

Meeting link: Parents Matter Virtual Social Hour Parenting is tough enough and parenting during a pandemic and adapting to all nuances of the “new normal” can be stressful, to say the least. The Orion Area Youth Assistance is partnering with E Community Outreach Services to offer online sessions designed to help parents navigate the stress […]

VFW Post 334 donates to Oxford Senior Meals on Wheel’s

VFW Post 334 donates to Oxford Senior Meals on Wheel’s

VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars) Post 334 and Auxiliary donated 44 bags of food to the Oxford Senior Meals on Wheels on last week to help seniors who are unable to shop and/or prepare meals for themselves. The bags contained various food items including: bag of chips, bag of Cheese-it, Ramen noodles, pudding cups, peanut […]

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