So far, a little more than $782,800 has been raised toward the $1.1 million Doing the Most Good campaign.
Children visiting Grand Haven State Park will have a new playground to play on thanks to the efforts of the park's friends group, the DNR and Carter's Kids Foundation. The new playground should be open by next week.
Holland has always been a place for people willing to “work their rear-ends off,” said Roberto Jara, executive director of Latin Americans United for Progress.
At its quarterly meeting in April, the 100 Men Who Give group voted to fund Courtyard Concerts projects, including its new initiative, Market Music.
The life-saving effort of Dr. Courtney Erickson-Adams was recognized by the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety and City Council last week.
It was a grin that brought them together, and 42 years later, that grin is still holding.
“He laid the foundation for an amazing legacy that we all can be very proud of,” said Holly Johnson, director of the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation.
Free table and chair massages will be given during the sixth annual Community Wellness & Massage Expo planned for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, at Loutit District Library.
The Community Feast will feed hundreds this Thanksgiving Day because Spring Lake Township resident Dan Steigenga experienced famine.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — A group of Hunter’s Woods Condominiums residents gathered in the shade of trees on Saturday afternoon to officially kick off the opening of “The Pits.”