Thursday, April 10, 2014
6 p.m. Social Hour
7 p.m. Dinner Served
Livonia, MI 48150
SPECIAL NOTE: I-96 will be closed from Telegraph to Newburgh. See alternate routes below.
From Points East: Take westbound I-96 and exit at Telegraph. Use 5 Mile Road to the north or Plymouth Road to the south. One lane will remain open on Schoolcraft Rd, but it will be congested.
From Points West: I-275 traffic will have access to eastbound I-96 exit ramp at Newburgh. Eastbound M-14 traffic will be forced onto I-275.
► From the northwest area (Novi) use the I-275 exit at 6 Mile Road, take 6 Mile to Inkster, Inkster across to Schoolcraft.
► From the southwest area (Canton), use the I-275 exit at Ann Arbor Rd (which turns into Plymouth Rd), down to Middlebelt, Middlebelt to Schoolcraft Rd.
Chris Godfrey is the founder and president of Life Athletes, an association of more than 300 professional and Olympic athletes who inspire young people to live lives of virtue, abstinence and respect for life. He is the author of two popular curricula, "That's Where I Live: A Guide to Good Relationships" and "See I Make All Things New."
Chris was a starting offensive lineman for the Super Bowl XXI champion New York Giants. He was a member of the 1983 Michigan Panthers USFL championship team and played in three Rose Bowls in his career as a Michigan Wolverine. Chris is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the University of Notre Dame Law School. He graduated from De La Salle Collegiate High School in Warren and also attended St. David in Detroit and St. Clare Montefalco in Grosse Pointe Park. Chris is a member of Santa Maria Knights of Columbus Council No. 553 in South Bend, Indiana.
He is married to the former Daria Chomik of Flushing, Michigan, and they have six children.