Fill the ‘Safety & Security’ Gaps this Easter

      Event Preparations // A. Spencer Koulchar Updated  3.15.18  As many of us are circling in anticipation for the end of this dreadful Michigan winter, sometimes it can seem like that’s all we’re doing – waiting.  I’d like to propose for a moment, if I may, that instead of remaining in a season of […]

In Loving Memory of Monelle

Ollie Monelle Caudill, age 77 of Grand Blanc, Mich., passed away peacefully at her home on September 15, 2017 with her loved ones by her side. She is survived by her husband of 58 years Ralph Caudill Sr., her children; Robin, Ralph Jr., Celesta and Mary; her grandchildren: Chrystal (Adam), Anna (Scott), Anton (Jennifer), Chelsea […]

Invited to serve on a nonprofit board? Asking this question could save your neck

    The CTG Team | 5.1.17     When do we meet? How much time will I have to commit? What would be my responsibilities? Do I have to help raise money? Those are all good questions to ask when you’ve been invited to serve on a nonprofit board. But one question is absolutely vital: Do you […]

Spring into Events… Safely

   A. Spencer Koulchar | 4.10.17 As we’ve officially turned the calendar corner into spring, it’s actually starting to feel a lot more like spring.  In relationship with the season, there is a lot of excitement in the air and on the minds of many of us, myself included.  Some of these might be trying […]

A Personal Property Conundrum

    Anton | 2.22.17  A Personal Property Conundrum My wife and I recently sold the first house we ever bought.  After six years, we are packing up and moving on.  It wasn’t until I opened the door to my basement storage, that I realized how much “stuff” we had accumulated over the years.  Being […]


    Andrew | 2.8.17      I think we can all agree that 2017 was received with a very warm welcome. It’s hard to believe that we are already into its 2nd month. What’s more shocking, to me at least, is that it’s the 2nd week of February and I have yet to write and publish this post. […]