Spring Lake Township contributed $10,000, Ferrysburg chipped in $500, and Spring Lake Village isn’t allowed to contribute, per its Village Charter.
Down to Earth hosts its annual fashion show on Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017. This year, more than $10,000 was raised for Save the Catwalk.
The Save the Catwalk fundraising effort is inching closer to its goal of $1 million, the City of Grand Haven announced this week.
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.
Grand Haven’s Save the Catwalk campaign remains in full swing, with more than $750,000 of the needed $1 million raised to date.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials say marine construction crews continue chip away on the Grand Haven south pier repair project.
Grand Haven City Council recognized the eight Grand Haven Area Public Schools students who created the artwork that’ll adorn this year’s Main Street light post banners.
The decision will benefit the Save the Catwalk fundraiser, and city residents are exempt from the fee.
When the 2017 Main Street banners are displayed on light posts around town this summer, they’ll feature artwork from several Grand Haven students.
Students involved in the Grand Haven High School’s Student Senate hope their Tour de Grand Haven event set for later this month helps add money to the Save the Catwalk fundraising pot.
The drive to raise $1 million for the city’s catwalk project has hit the halfway mark.
The city announced this morning at a press conference in Central Park that the Save the Catwalk fundraising movement has surpassed the halfway mark toward a $1 million fundraising goal.
Save the Catwalk committee organizers are still counting the money from this past weekend and say that while it’s too early to put a dollar figure on how much was raised, they’re pleased with the overall experience.
The Winterfest Bonfire Bash, located in the Harbourfront Place parking lot in downtown Grand Haven, was the place to see the Winterfest Dumpster Dive on Saturday afternoon. Participants in the Dumpster Dive jumped into an cold water-filled dumpster
Hundreds of people lined up along Grand Haven's Harbor Drive Jan. 19-22, for the annual Pronto Pup Winter Weekend. Proceeds from this year's event will be donated to the Save the Catwalk fund.