'field Zone: Southfield's teen center sure to impress

It's always great to hear good news, especially in and around Detroit. Yesterday, I heard from my colleagues at Southfield Public Library that they got a sneak peek into the new teen center in Southfield, called the 'field Zone. Hopefully the teens don't laugh too much at the name, but man are they going to love it!

Unfortunately I didn't get to go for a tour, but word on the street is that it is really freakin' nice. There is a dance studio and a recording studio. I hear that there will be a singing instructor coming in each week. There's a price for membership and I think it is $55 a year for each teen. It will be only for Southfield and Lathrup Village residents.

We figured at first that the parents who are involved and care will get their teens a membership. The trouble makers whose parents don't give a snot won't at first. However, we hope that the word spreads and that more teens get interested because they heard how cool it was from friends at school. This thing sounds like it's going to be a hit with the kids.

UPDATE: Check out this article about the Field Zone in the Free Press http://www.freep.com/article/20090517/NEWS03/905170538/1001/rss01

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