St. Clair Shores is a great place to Boat, Dine and Shop!
The beautiful lagoon in Blossom Heath Park.
Steel waves break on the shore of Blossom Heath Park.
The famous Nautical Mile sign is a landmark in St. Clair Shores!
The Selinsky-Green Log House Museum is located right behind City Hall in St. Clair Shores.
A close up on the Michigan Historic Site marker at the Selinsky-Green Log House.
There is alot of history in St. Clair Shores- even where they dock their boats!
St. Clair Shores is Boat Town, USA!
St. Clair Shores Councilman Chris Vitale, Councilman Ron Frederick, Councilman Dave Rubello, Distinuished residents Linda and Rick Bertges, and City Manager Michael Green show their copies of the St. Clair Shores City of the Week certificate!
Everyone in St. Clair Shores knows Councilman Dave Rubello!
St. Clair Shores residents famously go all out (and early) for Halloween!
Ken's Marine Service at Michigan Harbor is trusted and well known in the St. Clair Shores boating community!
Ann's Diner inside Ken's Marine Service makes an extraordinary Cheeseburger! (...just not on Mondays!!!)
Councilman Ron Frederick shows off his WCSX City of the Week certificate!
American Democracy in action in St. Clair Shores!
St. Clair business leaders and philanthropists Linda and Rick Bertges and their City of the Week certificates.
St. Clair Shores City Manager Michael Greene rocks with 94.7 WCSX!
Check out the cool "swag" at Ken's Marine Service!
Did you know that there used to be a commuter train line along Jefferson Avenue???
This looks like a boat we want to party on!
St. Clair Shores resident and Classic Rocker Joe and his dog walk it out !
That’s a pretty big “wrench”!!!