According to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Area Engineer Tom O’Bryan, the pier project could be wrapped up as soon as September.
The Save the Catwalk Committee wants volunteers to help clean up rocks and other debris from the beach at Grand Haven State Park.
The recognition comes less than a week after the city and committee announced they had surpassed the $1 million fundraising goal.
The Grand Haven Area Community Foundation announced Thursday that a $20,000 grant had been provided to the Save the Catwalk fund by the Betten Preferred Auto Dealership Fund.
The event took place Nov. 9 at the Harbourfront Place Grand Hall in downtown Grand Haven
The event will take place Thursday, Nov. 9, at The Grand Hall in Harbourfront Place in downtown Grand Haven. Doors open at 5:45 p.m.
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.
The Save the Catwalk Committee was able to tour the pier and view the progress that has been made while the construction workers ate their lunch.
Save the Catwalk committee members treated pier reconstruction contractors to lunch on Wednesday afternoon in appreciation for their work on the south pier. The committee was able to tour pier repair progress while the workers were eating.
Save the Catwalk organizers received some much-needed support from the Rotary Club of Grand Haven to help them reach their $1 million goal.
A foursome of young boys held a lemonade sale in Grand Haven on Thursday, but their profits didn’t go toward candy, toys or iTunes.
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.
Mary A. White Elementary School collected $1,000 to donate to Save the Catwalk. On Friday, Grand Haven Area Public Schools Superintendent Andy Ingall and S.T.E.M. teacher Alex Harsay participated in a basketball shootout. Sparty also visited.