Prior to the kickoff, a Community Cares Walk will begin at 6 p.m. Cancer survivors, individuals undergoing treatment for cancer and families who want to show their support are encouraged to participate in the walk.
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.
Simply Give donation cards purchased at the Meijer store in Grand Haven Township will help local families.
Registration begins at 9 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, and kickstands go up at 10 a.m. at the Hiway Inn, 600 S. Beechtree St. in Grand Haven.
The winners of the “Color My World”-themed show:
From 23 campers at the first camp 36 years ago, the Camp Sunshine program at Camp Blodgett has grown to a total of 276 campers at four locations.
The Rotary Club of Grand Haven adopted the stretch of U.S. 31 from Robbins Road to Ferris Street in Grand Haven Township.
As some of the residents of a Grand Haven assisted living community reached for plump blueberries from walkers and wheelchairs Thursday morning, many were reaching back to their childhood.
Funding has been secured to build a new play space at Mulligan’s Hollow.
It’s typically fathers who offer advice to their sons — but in the case of the Curtis family, 15-year-old Gabe is giving his dad, Bill, a few pointers.
“We are an international organization in over 130 countries, serving others in need in various ways.”
The center, located at 714 Columbus Ave. in Grand Haven’s Centertown, recently hired Jessica Hoolsema as the teen program coordinator, and will begin offering programming for ages 13-17.
Hannah Olechnowicz, who started June 1, became the foundation’s first full-time executive director.
Reading Enables Adult Development (R.E.A.D.) recently announced the appointment of two new board members.
A new CEO has been named to lead the Tri-Cities Family YMCA.