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NEWS: Puppy trainer picks up 50th Leader Dog for the Blind

By Lauren Barthold | @bylaurenb


On Friday, May 17th Promotions Director Scott Hunter and I traveled to the Leader Dogs for the Blind Training Center in Rochester Hills, MI to interview a puppy trainer as they picked up their 50th dog.  No trainer has ever worked with as many as 50, until now.

Nan Nellenbach of North Branch has been raising puppies since 1976.

Nellenbach enjoys helping others.  “We all have our independence and we take it for granted, and I think that as long as this helps someone, well, I’m willing to give.”

“I would advise future trainers to be consistent, be appropriate for bad behavior, as well as give them a lot of praise for good behavior, and have fun,” Nellenbach said.

When I asked if she would stop at 50, Nellenbach laughed and said, “Only if they make me!”

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Bob Seger Concert Review

By: Julia Luciw

The Palace of Auburn Hills on the evening of Thursday, March 11th, was completely full for the first hometown show from Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band. It was their return to the Palace and the crowd wanted to experience just why rock n’ roll never does forget on this tour. It was my first time experiencing Seger with my family and what an absolute treat it was!

b37920ba-985a-4526-9fea-52632f64aa43_zps4170b9a3First off, the Seger camp picked former Eagles member Joe Walsh to open the show for them. Continue reading