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The WGBC extends sincere thanks to the Gamma Phi Delta Sorority for hosting the Inaugural Meeting of the WGBC Advisory Board on March 1, 2012.  Their hospitality was superb and the banquet room a perfect venue for the dinner meeting.

We extend special thanks to Ms. Bertha Crossley, Resident Manager, who was generous in accommodating our every need; Brazelton’s Florists for providing beautiful flowers for every table; Boulevard Marketplace for providing ice, paper towels and plastic bags; and the WGBC Board of Directors for providing dinner.

For more information about the WGBC Advisory Board, click here.

Photography by David L. Martin

In October, 2004, Mildred Hunt Robbins and Tommie E. Robbins, Jr., telephoned their neighbors with the hope of addressing community issues on West Grand Boulevard.  The first call to Henry Ford Hospital was directed to Security Officer, Captain John Weigle, and resulted in the scheduling of the first meeting of what would become the West Grand Boulevard Collaborative, a not-for-profit 501(c) (3) corporation registered with the Internal Revenue Service on June 13, 2005.  The founding meeting was hosted by HFH in the Clara Ford Pavilion on October 28, 2004.  The meeting ended with a consensus that our shared concerns would best be addressed through cohesive community action.

Since then, the WGBC has met on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 2:30 p.m.  Our monthly meetings are hosted by WGBC Members on a rotating basis.


To partner with neighbors and supporters to uplift and stabilize our community at the highest level of safety and aesthetic appeal, and to enhance and support good stewardship of natural resources.


To initiate, implement and foster community development through programs and projects that create and support safety and beautification using low-impact and sustainable infrastructure, landscape improvements and eco-friendly stormwater management strategies that incorporate public art, and opportunities for education and job training.

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WGBC wishes to thank its Supporting and Sustaining members:

Detroit Area Agency on Aging
Henry Ford Hospital

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