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Sheryl Crow helps kick off Pistons 'Come Together' Foundation

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CLARKSTON, Mich. (WJBK) -

The Detroit Pistons and Palace Sports and Entertainment are going to work during the off-season. Sunday, they kicked off their Come Together Foundation. Grammy Award Winner Sheryl Crow put on a special performance.

Click on the video player to watch Amy Andrews' report.

Three "game changers" were honored with $25,000 Impact awards. The honorees included Darnell Hall from the Think Detroit PAL program in Detroit, Catrina Harvey from the Kids' Food Basket program in Grand Rapids and Natasha Thomas-Jackson from the Raise It Up! Youth Arts & Awareness program in Flint. The first-ever Impact award winners were selected for outstanding leadership and community contributions in the areas of youth leadership and athletics, volunteerism and youth leadership and entertainment.  

The evening ended with an exclusive celebration concert by Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter Sheryl Crow.

Click here for more information on the Come Together Foundation

 

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