Fifth Annual Hotter Than July Boat Ride A Fun Time
Originally printed 7/31/2014 (Issue 2231 - Between The Lines News)
DETROIT - About 50 people came out Wednesday night for the fifth annual Hotter Than July Boat Ride. The three-hour cruise on the Detroit River was aboard the Diamond Queen. The event was catered by Dee's Catering and DJ Tone kept the dance floor full.
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