Farewell From Your Ann Arbor Publisher

By Nicole Barragato, Publisher, Macaroni Kid Ann Arbor December 8, 2020

2020 has been unlike anything that I could have ever imagined. This year has been a very difficult transition, moving to a new town just months before a pandemic. Thankfully I found ways to connect with the community through Macaroni Kid. I have met so many wonderful families and small business owners. Pandemic or not, Ann Arbor has a lot to offer families.

A couple of weeks ago my husband received a phone call from his previous employer. It was not expected, but the biggest adventures in life usually are not planned. It didn't take long for us to say yes to our previous community, church, and friends who are more like family. However, saying yes to moving back to Purdue, unfortunately, means saying no to continuing with Macaroni Kid. 

If you are looking for a great way to embrace all that Ann Arbor has to offer I hope that you would consider becoming the next publisher. I hope that you continue finding ways to connect with your family and this amazing community.



If you are a parent who loves your community, are constantly looking for things to do to entertain your kids, and would you love to be able to work from home, enrich your community, and get fun perks for your family, reach out to us ASAP.

Macaroni Kid Publishers develop content, publish their local newsletters and websites, and keep all of the local advertising revenue and other publisher perks (free tickets to events, discounted travel, and more). The monthly hosting fee is modest and the perks are great!

So if you, or someone you know, is looking for an opportunity, be sure to check out the Join Macaroni Kid Website to learn more and send an email to and we’ll send you some info to check out! Please put Ann Arbor Publisher in the subject line.