Events

Upcoming Events


Deacon Tom’s Memorial Family Golf Outing

Sunday, September 13, 2020
Hadley Acres Country Club
3797 Hadley Rd. Metamora, MI 48455
11 am Registration  -  12pm Shotgun Start
Cost is $65
Includes:  18 Holes of Golf • Cart • Ticket for hamburger, fries, and soft drink to be used at any time during outing
(Remainder of registration fee goes to Drew's Home of Clarkston)

Register by printing,completing and submitting the event flyer or online at SignupGenius.
All registrations are due no later than September 8, 2020.

Masks are required by Hadley Acres Country Club inside of building, including registration.

 

The Magic Bus Charity Concert

The Magic Bus Charity Concert has been CANCELLED for 2020 
due to Covid19 and tentatively rescheduled for Spring 2021.  
Please check back for updates.

 

Past Events


7th Annual Golf Tournament

Sunday August 9, 2020

It was a beautiful day at Pine Knob Golf Course for this SOLD-OUT event! Thank you all the golfers, sponsors and volunteers who made this event a success. 
The Anual Gold Tournament was sponsorede by the Knights Area Councils to benefit Drew's Home of Clarkston.

 

2019 Golf Outing for Drew's Home at Hadley Acres Country Club

October 6, 2019

It was a beautiful autumn day and the event was completely sold out.  We would like to thank all the golfers, sponsors and volunteers that made this event a success.

Outing was sponsored by Deacon Tom Yezak form St. Anne Catholic Church, Ortonville, Michigan and te Ortonville Knights of Columbus.

 

 

2019 Golf Outing for Drew's Home at Pine Knob Golf Course

August 11, 2019

The Drew's Home of Clarkston and the Knights of Columbus Local Councils would like to sincerely thank those Golfers, Sponsors and Volunteers for their generous support of our annual golf outing.

 

 "Magic Bus" Charity Concert 

April 28, 2019

Drew’s Home Of Clarkston, Inc. board members, officers and Magic Bus/Drew’s Home Of Clarkston Inc. Charity Concert Planning Committee members would like to extend a sincere THANK YOU!!  to those who sponsored, contributed, volunteered and attended the Magic Bus/Drew’s Home Of Clarkston Inc. Charity Concert on Sunday, April 28th, 2019 at the Deer Lake Banquet & Conference Center.

Thanks to your participation and generosity, this sold-out event was a huge success with 400 people attending a fun filled evening where over $12,000.00 was raised to benefit the Drew’s Home Of Clarkston, Inc. mission and vision of:

“Developing affordable, independent living settings in Northern Oakland County for adults with special needs”

Thanks to all for your ongoing support.

Drew’s Home Of Clarkston, Inc.

 

Drew's Home of Clarkston Open House

Dear DREW'S HOME OF CLARKSTON SUPPORTER:

December 2, 2018

On SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2018, from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. DREW'S HOME OF CLARKSTON (a 501c nonprofit) held an open house to public at the apartment complex in the Village of Clarkston. The apartments on the lower level have been updated and/or renovated to accommodate Individuals with disabilities living in an integrated community. We are inviting you to attend to help us celebrate the first part of our mission.

Free shuttle bus transportation was provided from the church to the apartment complex. A reception area was held in the Cushing Center at St Daniels. There was a recption area with a sign-in table, refreshments and literature about our mission.

DREW'S HOME OF CLARKSTON has made to this point with the help of your generous donations.

Sincerely,

The Executive Board of Drew's Home of Clarkston

 

2018 Golf Outing for Drew’s Home

July 29, 2018

BY PHIL CUSTODIO
Clarkston News Editor
   Golfers can help local individuals with disabilities live in a home of their own at the fifth annual Golf Tournament benefitting Drew’s Home of Clarkston. The Knights of Columbus of St. Daniel Catholic Church is sponsoring the golf outing on Sunday, July 29, at The Fountains Golf Course, 6060 Maybee Road. Tee time is 1:30 p.m.
   Drew’s Home of Clarkston was formed about five years ago by a small group of people interested in forming a non-profit corporation to build a new home for adults with disabilities, said Dick Moscovic, Drew’s father, local builder, and long-time Clarkston industrial arts teacher. “We decided the mission would be to create a safe, comfortable, spiritual and community based home for adult individuals with disabilities,” Dick said. “This helps parents of these individuals to have a say in their loved ones lives, and keep them close to home and involved in the Clarkston community.”
   The Rev. Chris Maus, St. Daniels Catholic Church priest at the time, was instrumental in encouraging them to bring this type of home to the Clarkston area, Dick said.
“Since forming the non-profit, we have a waiting list consisting of parents from the Clarkston area who have adult children with disabilities,” he said. “These parents are attempting to plan a future placement for their adult children to live in an environment conductive to our mission.”
   The board of Drew’s Home of Clarkston recently had the opportunity to purchase an existing apartment building near downtown Clarkston.  “To build it would have cost more than $500,000,” Dick said.  After renovation, the two-story building will be integrated, with individuals with different levels of disabilities downstairs and able-bodied residents in upstairs apartments.  Drew’s Home of Clarkston couldn’t afford to buy the building at the time, so a few members of the group formed a limited liability company to purchase it. “When enough funds are made available, the LLC will sell the building to the non-profit and/or build a new home for adults,” Dick said.
   Moscovic and fellow craftsmen are renovating an apartment for Drew, who is autistic and recently turned 39 years old, along with a roommate.  Residents would be screened to make sure they’re compatible.  “One of our members is an architect, Jay Noonan – he supplied architectural work pro bono,” Dick said. Renovation includes expanding the bathroom and other modifications to make the apartment totally handicap accessible.
   The plan is to create a sustainable community so it can keep going year after year, as well as help young parents of children with disabilities. “You’d be surprised how many there are in the area who face the same challenges we face,” Dick said.
The golf outing and other fund raisers will support the mission. Those unable to golf can sponsor a hole in their name. For info, call Darwin Balcom at 810-869-5637.

 

Oakland Press Information

https://www.theoaklandpress.com/lifestyles/suburban/clarkston-apartment-complex-to-be-renovated-for-adults-with-disabilities/article_71657582-8f99-11e8-9ca6-7b772bdd9415.html