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Petey Sez: Welcome!

It was sure nice that all those people came to see me during the cultivation brunch last week. Even though they didn't bring me a doggy bag of leftover snacks! I hope everyone is making plans to come to Mariners golf outing June 14th. I wish I could go but I would just chase the balls and jump into the water all day long so I have to stay at Mariners. Look for my upcoming posts on Twitter as I spend my days trying the doggy day care I go to with ...

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2009 Adopt a Family

Thank you to everyone in the community who made this special day possible!Some of the Mariners Inn men who organized the 2009 Adopt A Family Campaign.Mariners Inn board member Sam Abrams spoke at the event.The families were very touched by the kindness of the Mariners Inn men....

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Hi, I'm Petey the Wonder Dog!

I live in the Transitional Housing Program here at Mariners Inn. I have a lot of friends, and I have a special point of view on everything that's going on. I'm excited to share my stories with you!...

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2009 River Rhythm

The Roostertail was a gorgeous setting for the event.Guests enjoyed a large selection of appetizers, entrees, and desserts.Guests bid on hundreds of silent and live auction items....

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1st Annual Art Exhibition an event to remember

On August 20-21, mariners Inn held an art event featuringBridge Over Troubled Waters, a mosaic created by the men of Mariners Inn. The event was held at the Johanson Charles Gallery in Eastern Market and also included artwork created by individual consumers. Over 325 people attended this fantastic event.Thank you to the Mariners Inn consumers, volunteers, and supporters who made this such a memorable event. This activity was supported by the Mich...

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A labor of love...and hope for the future

David Johnson, a former Mariners Inn consumer, creates beautiful gazebos using his considerable artistic talent, a great deal of creativity, and the patience he learned in recovery. “I learned patience during recovery, and that’s stuck with me,” he says.Using bamboo, toothpicks, popsicle sticks, old mini blinds, buttons, mirrors, and other materials, Mr. Johnson painstakingly creates these works of art. He then varnishes them using ingredients su...

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Mosaic bench created with help of Colin Hubbell Fund

Thanks to a grant from the University Cultural Center Association (Hubbell Fund Neighborhood Mini-Grant), the clients of Mariners Inn recently completed a beautiful mosaic bench. The bench will have a bike rack attached and will be secured near the entrance of Mariners Inn in the spring....

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