b'ARTS & COMMUNITY LIFEWe envision a culturally vibrant City of Detroit, where community participationintheartsleadstomoreattractive,prosperous neighborhoods.The arts have always been, to me, the glue that has held the community together, says Marion Hayden (see video, left). A native Detroiter and renowned jazz bassist, Marion lives in Highland Park with her husband, artist M. Saffell Gardner. Together, the couple served as review panelists for the inaugural Community heART Highland Park program (CAHP).From June to August 2018, the $50,000 regrant program funded murals, community art trails, outdoor art festivals, and arts education programming in Highland Park. The grants, designed by and for Highland Park residents, supported individual artists, schools, small businesses, and community organizations. After two years of incubation, the CAHP program will transition to the Highland Park Business Association. Im not saying that art is the answer to everything, but I know that art is needed in Highland Park, explains Saffell. For a complete list of Arts & Community Life grants, see pg. 25ARTS'