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Michigan Truth Tour visits LDL tonight

• Oct 10, 2018 at 12:34 PM

The Michigan Truth Tour will make a stop in Grand Haven at the Loutit District Library tonight (Oct. 10) with a screening of the documentary "Michigan Divided."

The screening begins at 7 p.m. in Program Room A.

The hour-long documentary captures the deeply divided culture, but also brings partisans together and illustrates how, at heart, there are also some values that are shared. The documentary debuted in March and will be shown frequently during the Michigan Truth Tour.

The Michigan Truth Tour plans up to 100 stops across through Election Day in November. The Center for Michigan is partnering with community leaders to hold town hall meetings and documentary screenings, discuss substantive local and state issues, distribute Michigan Facts & Issue Guides, profile communities in Bridge, and cover and fact-check prominent campaign events in your area.

For more information, visit www.loutitlibrary.org or call 616-842-5560, ext. 214. Loutit District Library is located at 407 Columbus Ave., Grand Haven.

Michigan Truth Tour Town Hall at Spring Lake District Library on Thursday

SPRING LAKE — Bridge Magazine’s Michigan Truth Tour is traveling around the state and will be at Spring Lake District Library on Thursday, Oct. 11.

An interactive town hall meeting on the topic of “Good Government” will begin at 7 p.m. A moderator from the Center for Michigan, which publishes Bridge Magazine, will lead the group discussion.

The event will include a review of quantitative data collected anonymously from participants’ clicker devices. The information compiled during the session will be used to inform Bridge Magazine reporting and candidates for office in this important election year.

The Center for Michigan has spent the last decade listening to what more than 45,000 residents have to say about state policy.

The Center for Michigan is a nonpartisan and nonprofit organization. Their objective is to encourage a greater understanding of and involvement in policy issues as well as helping to ensure that the voices of Michigan citizens are heard.

For more information about this event, visit http://sllib.org or call the library at 616.846.5770. The library is located at 123 E. Exchange St., Spring Lake.

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