MUSKEGON — The Howling Timbers Animal Sanctuary will be hosting a Howloween Open House from 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — About 200 people walked Sunday and others walked earlier to raise funds for the annual Tri-Cities area’s C.R.O.P. Hunger Walk.
The first Cops & Rodders Car Show had organizer Jake MacKeller smiling as he walked the parking lot at Grand Haven High School late Saturday morning.
The car show will take place at Grand Haven High School, 17001 Ferris St., from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
“We start together. We finish together,” said Nichole Hudson prior to leading the first Law Enforcement Torch Run held in Grand Haven in a decade.
Kids Food Basket Chief Operating Officer Afton DeVos said she was thrilled with the weather and the turnout at the fifth annual Chef Prize held Sunday at Hampton Green Farm.
The Tri-Cities Women Who Care met in June and awarded $26,800 to Extended Grace, a non-profit, grass-roots social lab that aims to build community while solving problems.
The Rotary Club of Spring Lake recently supported the local chapter of Habitat for Humanity as both a volunteer work project and by donating $15,000.
Proceeds from the cookoff will be donated to Gracious Grounds, which is raising funds to build a facility in Ferrysburg.
The event will take place Saturday, Aug. 25, from 12-3 p.m. It is open to the public.
The ride will take place July 22 during Muskegon Bike Time.
The Veterans Build initiative is an expansion of the former Repair Core initiative, adding volunteer, education and employment opportunities.
“It’s all about giving back,” said David Sbraccia, an Owens Corning representative. “We always want to give back and this is the best way to do it.”
When Matt Garbarino crossed a fittingly blue finish line at the Ottawa County Sheriff's Office Protector Monument in West Olive on Thursday, several families of fallen law enforcement officers were there to greet him.
More than 100 runners raced around Harbor Island and Grand Haven on Saturday, helping raise funds for the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety’s Teaching, Educating and Mentoring program (formerly known as D.A.R.E.)