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PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP: Arena has a slight name change

Compuware Sports Arena is now known as Compuware Arena.

Michael Vellucci, Compuware Arena president and Plymouth Whalers general manager, announced the change in a news release. In addition to the Whalers, youth hockey, figure skating and indoor soccer, the facility hosts drive-in movies, trade shows, concerts, meetings and graduation ceremonies.

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"We feel that the new name more accurately reflects what we bring to our community and the over 1.2 million guests we serve each year," he said.

The arena is on Beck Road just north of M-14. It was built in 1996. It also has a new Web site, www.compuwarearena.com.

NORTHVILLE TOWNSHIP: Passport Fair is planned Saturday at township hall

Northville Township and the Northville post office will host a full-service Passport Fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Northville Township Hall, at the southwest corner of 6 Mile and Sheldon roads.

Each applicant must apply in person and should bring a birth certificate or previous U.S. passport; a valid photo identification, and two recent photos or a photo that meets passport requirements.

For information, go to www.northvillemich.gov, visit the post office or call the clerk's office at 248-348-9889, from 8 a.m. to 4:40 p.m. weekdays.

DEARBORN: 50 or older? You're invited to travel club

Dearborn residents ages 50 and older are invited to a meeting Thursday to talk about upcoming trips of the Dearborn Travel Club.

The meeting is at 7 p.m. at the Henry Ford Centennial Library, 16301 Michigan Ave.

The club is a program of the Senior Services Division of the Dearborn Recreation Department.

Compiled by Niraj Warikoo and other Free Press staff.

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