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Fresh Food Assets
A. Food Town Super Market 7811 Gratiot Ave.
B. Harbortown Supermarket 3472 E. Jefferson
C. Lafayette Foods 1565 E. Lafayette
D. Eastern Market Russell btwn Mack & Gratiot
Sat. 6-4 (all year)
Tues. 9-3, June 17-Nov. 25
E. Earthworks Urban Farm 1264 Meldrum
Meldrum Fresh Market
Thurs. 11-2, May 22– Oct. 30
Islandview Farmers Market 7200 Mack
Wed. 4pm -7, June 25 - Oct.15
Community Assets of RECI
I. On The Rise Bakery 8900 Gratiot (313) 579-2100
II. Korash Florist 7200 Gratiot Ave. (800) 547-7318
III. Swanson Funeral 806 East Grand Blvd. (313) 923-1122
IV. They Say Restaurant 267 Joseph Campau (313) 446-4682
V. Gardella Furniture 2306 E. Gratiot Ave. (313) 567-7470
VI. True Value Hardware 6844 Gratiot Ave. (313) 921-7896
960 E. Jefferson Avenue
231 E. Grand Blvd.
000 Robert Bradby Drive
7200 Mack Avenue
3544 Iroquois St.
2411 Iroquois Avenue
3975 Concord Avenue
2965 Meldrum St.
1000 Eliot St.
491 Baldwin St.
2260 Hunt St.
4891 Maxwell St.
Congregations/Liaisons of RECI
1. Christ Episcopal Church Detroit
2. Church of the Messiah
3. Calvary Baptist Church of Detroit
4. Genesis Lutheran Church
Jackie Dunn Bell, John Shelly
5. Greater Christ Baptist Church
6. Iroquois Christ Lutheran Church
Jeanette Marble, Carmen Rembert
7. Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue
8. New Calvary Baptist Church
Isabella Howard, Dennis Owens
9. New Liberty Baptist Church
10. Sacred Heart Catholic Church
11. St. Charles Borromeo Catholic
12. St. Paul AME, Downtown
Glorious Aaron-Fambreau, Gail Parks Alexander
13. Second Timothy Missionary Baptist
RECI Community Asset Map
You can help build a stronger local economy and more vibrant neighborhoods around our Congregations!
A study of retail economics in 2004 found that $100 spent at a neighborhood independent business generates $68 in local economic activity while the same $100 spent at a national chain store generates only $43 in local economic activity. This means that every $1 spent at a neighborhood independent business goes 58% farther in improving the local economy.
Between our RECI Congregations and Congregants we can bring dollars back into our local economy, create more jobs, and ensure a safer community. The Certified Business Community Assets listed on the Map were surveyed and awarded for their commitment to values shared by RECI. They deserve our patronage.
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