Have you Googled the benefits of mint lately?
SAY Play campers have and it has benefits beyond its refreshing taste!
A SAY Play camper had a tooth ache and his fellow campers came to the rescue. They pulled some mint from the garden to make a paste to apply to the tooth. Mint is an anti-fungal, anti- bacterial and anti-inflammatory. It is also helpful in relieving tooth aches, headaches and stomach aches.
- Add 4 leaves of mint with a table spoon of water and mash up until paste.
- Apply to the painful or infected area.
Pistons Project – Summer 2022
SAY Play summer campers were exposed to the basics of building a brand, developing a retail strategy, finding thoughtful collaborations, and building community brand initiatives through the “The Pistons Project.”
Two groups of SAY high school students worked for 6 weeks with professionals from the Detroit Pistons to build their brand and develop a T-shirt design.
The winning group will be announced on the pistons313shop.com and receive recognition during a home Pistons game. The t-shirts will be sold online and in stores at Little Caesars Arena.
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EAT Detroit Fundraiser Success
Yum! That is what we have to say about it!
Nearly 1,000 people joined us at EAT Detroit, SAY Detroit’s dine and dash event highlighting 22 of the city’s most talked-about restaurants, with all proceeds going to SAY Detroit. Thank you to all who attended and all who volunteered!
Middle school stories from SAY Play’s summer camp
Middle school students attending the SAY Play summer camp used their skills in writing, editing, photography, and design to create a digital publication recapping the wonderful summer they had together!
SAY Detroit’s, A Time to Help September event registration is open! Join us and your fellow SAY Detroit supporters for an afternoon of giving to benefit “Angels’ Place” on Saturday, September 24.
SAY Detroit Family Health Clinic
Wellness Wednesdays, our monthly support group for Detroit women and moms, celebrated its one-year anniversary this June! The program has helped more than 200 women prioritize self-care and create a network of support. In September, Wellness Wednesdays will move to the Ernest. T. Ford Recreation Center in Highland Park in an effort to connect more women and mothers to the free services offered at our SAY Clinic.