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Rob and Sara are pleased to announce that they are expecting a new addition to the Brookfield family! A new baby brother to Bobby is due on May 5 (two days after Sara's dad's birthday). We at the McCarty Metro are excited about this fantastic news and offer all our best to this beautiful family.



The 10th annual UHY Cares and DMGC Texas Holdem event was held on Thursday, February 16 at the Iroquois Lodge in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. This was the largest turnout of players yet. Steve McCarty of UHY would like to thank the 170 players, along with all of the volunteers, workers, countless donors and sponsors who all had a big hand in helping to make the evening so memorable all while raising nearly $30,000 for UHY Cares, a charity that gives back to the community, including helping individuals going through personal emergencies or hardships. UHY Cares has provided assistance to hundreds of charities and families and continues to grow this list every year. Congratulations to Brian Inglis who took home the winners bracelet, but congrats to everyone who made this a great event. 




Enrich each day with Lenten Reflections 2017. The link on this page will take you to a booklet containing meditations by members of four church communities in Grand Rapids, Mich.: Bethlehem Lutheran, the Cathedral of St. Andrew, Heartside Ministry, and St. Mark's Episcopal. The Catholic Information Center in Grand Rapids made an e-flip book version of the devotional. Have a blessed Lent. Sincerely, Mike McCarty, booklet coordinator.



Hope the new year finds everyone in good spirits. It is time to update the group on what will be happening this year and February is as good a time as any. Since the snow will be flying and with the temps below zero what better time to digest the 5 pages of information which are the rules.

In keeping with Mike W's progressive philosophy there have been some updates to this years outing.

1) Continued redistribution of the the entry fees so there is no top 1%. We will continue to try and make the games so everyone puts in $43 and everyone wins $43. We all walk away with participation trophies.

2) Improvement in our golf and total self esteem. We want to ensure that no one is subjected to any conversations on the course or at the bar they feel are inappropriate or debates that they do not want to hear because they disagree with the other person. To accommodate this each condo will be provide with a package that includes the following:

> Coloring book to channel their inner child
> Stuffed toy so they can be comforted by a non talking object
> A game to relieve the mental tension associated with being around me
> Directions to a safe zone which will be located in Kentucky so by time you get there and back "THE GULLER" will be over

Hope these improvements meet everyone's basic rights to free golf, free golf clubs and free alcohol. Any questions contact your attorney. Enjoy!!!!!!!

The Commissioner


Trend-setting second-grader Luke McCarty has a cool, new haircut -- and it looks like a return to the McCarty boys' haircuts of the 1950s and '60s. Back then, home barber Jean McCarty gave her boys two 'dos: a brush cut in summer and a longer version in winter with a pomp. The winter cut required a comb. "Looks great," Mike McCarty said of his grandson's summer-style haircut. "Do they still make Butch Wax?"

Luke McCarty, 2017   Mike McCarty, 1967 Jean McCarty gives haircut to DJ Poster On the Wall (gimme a Kelly)



The sixth season of Pigskin Pickem finished with the Super Bowl 51 in early February. Over 30 people competed this season from September to February picking the winners of each weeks' games. Congratulations to regular season champ Brad M, and the overall champion Plageuis who came from behind (just as the New England Patriots did) during the Super Bowl to complete the victory. Thank you for everyone who participated this year, and we hope to make it even bigger and better next year.


This past month, the Clinton Township McCarty's had some adventures in dining, music, and shows. On Valentine's Day, Kelly & Margaret were joined by friends and Metro subscribers Mo, Bev, Jon, and Carol on their annual fine dining adventure to the Castle Of White. All three couples offered compliments to the chef.


Kelly & Margaret also saw come great shows in Detroit this past month. The couple went to the Detroit Opera House to see "The Lion King". It was a great show, with wonderful music. The couple also did some dining in Greektown (OPA!), and even won some money at the Greektown Casino (well, at least Margaret did). 

The following week, Grandma & Grandpa Editor took Olivia down to the beautiful Fox Theatre for "Sesame Street Live". We were all singing with the cast. It was a really good show, and I am going to name-drop a bit as we saw and met all the stars including Big Bird, Bert, Ernie, Grover, Telly, Abby, Oscar, The Count, and of course Elmo. It was a very fun and exhausting afternoon, as seen by the final picture of Olivia, still dreaming she is Abby Cadabby.


In this issue, we follow Austin McCarty on his 2 week trip to Europe


I flew to London Heathrow and taxi'd to my hotel in Luton, England. Taxi'd back down to London to scalp a ticket to the Arsenal - Hull City Game (the only football match that would happen in the area while I was there). Grabbed a burger and few brews at a bar near the stadium, an Arsenal-fan only bar. After the 2-0 win, I walked around downtown near the Thames River and saw the Old Bailey and a few other tourist attractions. I worked 4 days in Luton, England at the Vauxhall office, which flew by. I was there to do Knowledge Transfer sessions for our Infotainment platform. My other nights were exploring the bars around London, trying to figure out the Overground routes, walking around downtown by the Thames River, seeing the Tower of London and the Tower Bridge, having a few cocktails on the roof of a hotel's sky lounge (which is 12 stories up Ė a skyscraper for London), hitting a ball-pit bar (would highly recommend), and plenty more. The British Museum was also amazing and I spent 4 hours just walking around checking everything out.


I took a flight to Amsterdam where I strolled around the canals mostly, took a bike tour around the city, checked out the nightlife, stayed in a hostel and caught a cold from one of my roommates. A great time, I just wish my immune system had kept me safe. A beautiful city!



At this point, I took a train from Amsterdam to Mainz, Germany. This is when my cold really kicked in and I was just trying to keep it together. I worked for four days to ensure the new version of software was working with our Infotainment vehicles. Outside of work, a Mardi-Gras type of celebration was happening this week. Most of the time I stayed in and just ordered room service, so this was pretty uneventful. Thursday night was my last night there, so a few coworkers and I went out in Mainz to enjoy some brews and go wild. Thursday was ladies night -where men go out and wear ties, and women go out with scissors. A woman can cut the tie of a man, but she must give him a kiss and a shot of alcohol. I didnít get to see a lot of this type of action, but Pat showed up in a cheetah print suit and we hit a few bars where we drank, sang unrecognizable songs, and had conga lines going throughout the bar. I woke up early for the 9 hour flight back home.



Here are some of the recent travel destinations from our other readers.
 Larry & Gina got their wager on in Las Vegas, Nevada
Laura traveled to Anchorage, Alaska
Aaron & Lauren went to Disney World, Florida

 Austin traveled across the pond to England, Germany & Amsterdam for 14 days of work and sights.

Did you go on a trip or vacation? Send us your destination and any pictures you have to mccartymetro@gmail.com



Sorry! There were no correspondence to the Editor this past month.

We appreciate our McCarty Metro readers and always want to hear your questions, comments, rants, or editorials.
Just submit them anytime during the month to to mccartymetro@gmail.com for inclusion in the next issue.


For those that do not speak the language, Le' Food is French for "The Food"! I would like to encourage our readers to submit their favorite recipes to the McCarty Metro at mccartymetro@gmail.com for inclusion in upcoming issues. This month we have some great dishes for to feed your family.

submitted by Kelly

1 tsp. dijon mustard
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
1/2 tsp. sea salt
1/4 c.apple cider vinegar
3/4 c. extra virgin olive oil
2 tbs. parmesan cheese

Combine all ingredients in a salad shaker, and shake well!

submitted by Margaret

1/2 cup chicken broth
1 tablespoon cornstarch
3 tablespoons soy sauce
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
1/2 teaspoon red pepper sauce
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
2 green onions, sliced
1 lb boneless skinless chicken
breast, cut into 1" pieces
1 green bell pepper, 1" pieces
1 red onion, 1" pieces
1 can sliced water chestnuts
1 can mushrooms, drained
1 cup dry-roasted cashews

Mix broth, cornstarch, soy sauce, ginger and pepper sauce. Heat wok or large skillet. Add 1 tbsp of the oil and coat the surface. Add chicken and stir-fry till done. Remove chicken; set aside and keep warm. Add remaining 1 tbsp oil to wok or skillet. Add bell pepper, onion, water chestnuts and mushrooms; stir-fry 4 to 5 minutes. Add cornstarch mixture to vegetables. Cook and stir about 1 minute or until sauce thickens. Stir in chicken and cashew coating them with the sauce. Garnish with green onions and serve your stir fry with white or brown rice.

We all have seen articles in newspapers which we find humorous. If you see any, please send them to me via email at mccartymetro@gmail.com, and we will feature them in an upcoming issue of the McCarty Metro.




Videos of a 90 Year Old Birthday Girl and an 11 Month Old Great Granddaughter dances up a storm


Frank Pellegrino, 72, actor (Goodfellas, The Sopranos) and restaurateur (Rao's), lung cancer. Irwin Corey, 102, comedian (The Steve Allen Show) and actor. Richard Hatch, 71, actor (Battlestar Galactica, The Streets of San Francisco, All My Children), pancreatic cancer. Mike Ilitch, 87, businessman (Little Caesars, Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Tigers). Al Jarreau, 76, jazz and R&B singer ("Moonlighting", "Since I Fell for You", "We Are the World"), seven-time Grammy winner, respiratory failure. George (The Animal) Steele, 79, professional wrestler (WWF) and actor (Ed Wood), renal failure. Warren Frost, 91, actor (Twin Peaks, Matlock, Seinfeld). Ivan Koloff, 74, professional wrestler (WWF, NWA), liver cancer. Alan Colmes, 66, political commentator (Fox News), lymphoma. Ron Savage, 63, Detroit news anchor and journalist (WJBK), heart attack. Bill Paxton, 61, actor (Apollo 13, Twister, Big Love), complications from surgery. Joseph Wapner, 97, judge (Los Angeles County Superior Court) and television personality (The People's Court). 


Husband and wife Jim and Mary Thompson were shopping at Meijer. Jim picked up a case of Budweiser and put it in the cart. "What do you think you're doing?" asked Mary. "They're on sale, only $10 for 24 cans" he replied. "Put them back, we can't afford them", demanded Mary. They carried on with their shopping. A few aisles farther on, Mary picked up a $20 jar of face cream and put it in the basket. "What do you think you're doing?" asked Jim. "It's my face cream. It makes me look beautiful," replied Mary. Jim retorted, "So does 24 cans of Budweiser and it's half the price." That's Jim on Aisle 5...



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