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3rd Friday exchange luncheons with WKACC

Can't get away from your busy calendar to do any networking? Pencil this event in on the 3rd Friday of every month. WKACC Members pay $15 for great networking and a delicious lunch. Non-member guests or visitors are welcome to register for only $21.00. Membership has many advantages. Ask us for more information.

This month's lunch will take place on November 19th at Comfort Suites South.

Visit http://www.southkent.org/ for additional information.

Vote Today! It's your right and privilege

Tuesday, November 2nd, is Election Day, and we as citizens should make every effort to get out and vote, whether it be at the polls or by absentee ballot. This is our chance to pick and choose the people we want in office. Citizens who feel their vote won’t make a difference and do not vote, have no reason to complain later on.

Wyoming voters have a proposal on the ballot to amend the Charter.  If this proposal is approved, it would allow Capital Improvement Millage funds to be used for some of the general operations where needed. This is your chance to voice your opinion.

I am always amazed when I read articles about how few Americans take the time to vote in comparison to people in foreign countries. Some of these people walk for miles to get to the polls to cast their votes. With an absentee ballot that we have available, you only have to make your choices and drop it in the mail

Make an effort to get to the polls this election.

Codes, Secrets, and Adventure: A 39 Clues Party

From: http://www.kdl.org

Join us as we uncover secrets, solve codes and mysteries, and enjoy activities related to the popular book series 39 Clues! For ages 6 and up.

Where: Wyoming Public Library
When: November 8, 5:30pm to 6:30pm

Halloween observance

From: http://www.ci.wyoming.mi.us

The City of Wyoming does not regulate the observance of Halloween and has not previously established when residents should participate in Halloween functions; however, we have had several inquiries with Halloween falling on a Sunday this year. Based on these inquiries, we are suggesting those who wish to participate in trick or treating should do so on the established date of October 31. Of course, residents and neighborhoods are free to coordinate or participate in whatever functions they wish, whenever they wish.

We suggest that those trick or treating or handing out candy should observe the "porch light rule", meaning those who are handing out candy should turn on their porch light to indicate participation in trick or treating. Likewise, those who are trick or treating should only go to homes with the porch light turned on.

Wyoming Park Theater Company presents, The Wizard of Oz

Wyoming Park High School’s Theater Company presents The Wizard of Oz.  Be amazed at this much loved musical, a family classic with a new fantastical look at Dorothy’s magical world. This musical will bring alive all the classic songs and delightful characters that have been adored for generations. Director Jeremy Schnotala will delight you with an exciting approach and original twist to this cultural classic as the audience is encouraged in this version to pay close attention to “the man behind the curtain.” Performances are December  1, 2, 3, & 4, at 7:00 p.m. with an extra matinee on December 4 at 2 p.m. in the Dan Heintzelman Auditorium, located at Wyoming Park High School, 2125 Wrenwood SW, Wyoming, Michigan.

For over sixteen years the Wyoming Park Theater Company has been a integral part of the Wyoming and Grand Rapids community.

South Kent Business Connections

From: Grandville/Jenison Chamber of Commerce

Our friends at the Wyoming Kentwood Chamber have invited us to attend and participate in their South Kent Business Connections. Member rates do apply to Grandville Jenison Chamber Members for Sponsorships and Events.
 
Business Connect Flyer 1    Business Connect Flyer 2

Thursday, October 28, 2010
1:00 p.m.

Rogers High School presents A Midsummer Night's Dream

Wyoming, MI - Rogers High School, in conjunction with the Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company, will be preforming Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Each season Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company, Michigan's only year-round, touring professional Shakespeare company, does a residency with one West Michigan school and this year they have partnered with Rogers High School. The group of professional actors rehearse and perform alongside the cast of students to create a unique presentation that you don't want to miss.

They will be preforming at Dog Story Theater October 15, 16 and 17 and Rogers High School October 22, 23 and 24.

Click Here for more information.