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“The healthy approach is all about athletes (including Schoolcraft College players) making nutritious choices while not forfeiting taste in the process.”
“Schoolcraft chef Heather Moore and registered dietitian Emily Camiener teamed on putting together a menu for Ocelot Cafe (which opened a year ago, when the dome was unveiled).
Moore said she and Camiener “have worked very closely together to make sure we are offering options that not only taste good, but also serve a nutritional purpose.”
February 13, 2018
The Michigan Wolves and Hawks teams had a successful signing day with the 2018 class pictured to the left in the St. Joe’s Sports Dome.
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December 16, 2017
“More than 600 people headed out in the cold Dc. 16 for the Michigan Wolves-Hawks soccer club’s Freezing Fun Charity Run at Schoolcraft’s St. Joe’s Sports Dome. Thanks to the efforts of volunteers and sponsors, the Wolves-Hawks raised more than $12,500 for Angela Hospice’s My Nest is Best Pediatric Program, a special program for children living with a terminal illness…”
March 24, 2017
“There’s literally no place like dome — especially at Schoolcraft College. Wednesday afternoon’s official grand opening of the newly named St. Joe’s Sports Dome was about much more than celebrating the $6 million facility that now towers over 1-275 in Livonia. It also was about launching SC Elite — a collaborative program designed to jump-start health, fitness and good nutrition both for youngsters and adults….”
March 22, 2017
“Schoolcraft College, in collaboration with the St. Joseph Mercy Health System, has opened the St. Joe’s Sports Dome in Livonia. The dome is located on Schoolcraft’s Livonia campus along Haggerty Road just north of 6 Mile Rd. It will be used to provide athletic training and sports performance services to the Michigan Wolves and Hawks youth soccer teams through the St. Joe’s MercyElite Sports Performance program. MercyElite will also use the dome to provide strength, conditioning, speed and agility training to local sports teams…”
February 14, 2017
“Soccer is enjoying a growth spurt in Livonia — with the major “seeds” planted into the artificial turf at Schoolcraft College. The new dome at Schoolcraft already is the longterm home of the elite Michigan Wolves-Hawks Soccer Club. But a recent merger takes the Livonia based AC Milan-Detroit select program and rebrands it as Wolves-Hawks beginning in June…”