The capital campaign is an ongoing fundraising effort to invest significant resources in a newly renovated and expanded community center for The Salvation Army.
After the tragic loss of 30 animals during the Muskegon Kennel Fire in March, the Spring Lake boys lacrosse program will be putting on a fundraiser to help a local animal shelter.
A rainbow on Friday night and blue skies on Saturday greeted runners in the 9th annual Katty Shack 5k run and 1-mile walk held in Grand Haven.
The event takes place Saturday, May 5, at the Spring Lake Country Club, 17496 N. Fruitport Road.
Sam Negen, a junior at Spring Lake High School, is well on his way toward a career as a photographer and videographer. In fact, that’s what he plans to study when he graduates next year.
Local philanthropic group 100 Men Who Give recently voted to support a program that cultivates leadership qualities in students from the communities of Grand Haven and Muskegon.
Ferrysburg Community Church is conducting a shoe drive fundraiser through April 18 to raise money for the youth group summer mission trip to Green Bay.
Tom and Beth Monaweck of Spring Lake, along with their friends and family, are gearing up for their second Great Strides Walk and the first Mabel Open golf scramble to raise awareness about cystic fibrosis.
Haiti missionary from Michigan now recovering at acute care center in Florida.
SPRING LAKE TWP. — Team Ottawa will conduct an event Thursday to help fund their participation in this year’s Police Unity Tour.
The Greater Ottawa County United Way invites community members to nominate individuals and/or groups for Volunteer Stars recognition during National Volunteer Week, which runs April 15-21.
Dancers spun across the floor and the tunes of jazz filled the air at the Grand Haven Community Center on Saturday night.
The Grand Haven Musical Fountain Committee is looking to soon begin work on a campaign to raise the necessary funds to improve the fountain audio system.
The Tri-Cities Area Habitat for Humanity is partnering with the SpartanNash Foundation during its retail scan campaign to help build hope and affordable housing in West Michigan.
Cheers from the crowd helped power participants through the challenge of the Winterfest Bonfire Bash ice cream eating contest on Saturday.