Close to 200 Marines ate breakfast off metal trays, swapped stories and honored those who lost their lives at a 242nd birthday celebration Saturday morning at the Grand Haven Eagles.
The Save the Catwalk fundraising effort is inching closer to its goal of $1 million, the City of Grand Haven announced this week.
CAMBRIDGE TOWNSHIP — The Irish Hills Towers in Michigan are one step closer to reopening as a tourist attraction and museum after several years of restoration work.
Snack foods quickly flew off the tables at Mary A. White Elementary School on Friday afternoon.
At its quarterly meeting in July, the 100 Men Who Give group voted to help the Save the Catwalk fund, contributing nearly $7,000 to the cause.
Shields of Hope spreading resources into Ottawa, Allegan and Muskegon counties.
The Grand Haven High School Student Senate and students from Peach Plains Elementary School presented the city with a $15,000 check on Monday night. It was the culmination of a variety of fundraising and awareness efforts from the 2016-17 school year.
The Grand Haven Eagles Women’s Auxiliary hosted a bowl-painting party last week to benefit a local food truck, as well as create one-of-a-kind soup bowls for the next Soup’s On Along the Lakeshore event.
Eight boxes of clothing, 50 pairs of shoes and 75 pairs of flip flops, along with school supplies have been sent to Call to Care Uganda in Connecticut to support a primary school and the surrounding neighborhoods.
The city has established an agreement with the Grand Haven Community Foundation to help fundraising efforts for the new Imagination Station play space.
Lots of last-minute participants swelled the ranks of area residents walking to raise funds and awareness of the hunger problems locally and throughout the world.
Organizers of this year’s walk for hunger hope to exceed the $55,000 raised locally last year.
As more than 700 volunteers roamed Ottawa County Thursday, working on more than 50 projects for those in need — everything from landscaping to fix-ups – there's more at stake then what helpful hands can accomplish in one day.
The 14th annual Salmon Festival wrapped up Sunday afternoon with a hike at Kitchel Lindquist Dunes.
POLKTON TWP. — The history of a 150-year-old Coopersville-area landmark will be celebrated from 12-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23.