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Glow Ball Golf Fundraiser Event at the Pines

Glow Ball Golf Fundraiser Event at the Pines

Terry Hunt is heading up a Charity event on September 11th and then again on September 18th for his sister in law Monica Hunt, 53 years of age, who is suffering from cancer.

This will be an unusual event; it’s Glow Ball Golf, to be held at the Pines located at 5050 Byron Center Ave, phone number 616-538-8380. Terry and his family are paying for all the equipment to be used for this unusual event and all the equipment will remain at the golf course for charity events to be held in the future, thereby saving participants a lot of money.

This event is scheduled to start at dusk on both dates but participants are asked to be at the golf course one hour earlier. The cost for this event is $35 on September 11th and $25 on September 18th. It will be 4-man teams but if you do not have a team to play with, don’t let that stop you. You will be paired up with other people so you can play. Terry can be reached at 616-406-7701.

God and Country Concert, August 9th

God and Country Concert, August 9th

Veterans will be honored at the Gospel and Patriotic Music Concert on Sunday, August 9, 2015 at 6:00pm at the New Life Baptist Fellowship Church. The Church is located at 6252 Burlingame SW in Byron Center.  (Corner of Burlingame and M-6)

The Concert will feature Todd Allen Herendeen, #1 hit recording artist of the Patriotic Sensation, “My Name is America.”

All Veterans will be honored and presented with a Special Certificate suitable for framing. This is a Free Concert to honor our Veterans.

Call 616-942-1405 or 616-350-9376 for Free tickets. Additional information may be obtained at www.toddallenshow.com.

 

Independence Day message from your American Legion Clubs

Independence Day message from your American Legion Clubs

Happy Independence Day

 

This message is from your local American Legion Clubs all over our Nation:

 

We, as Americans, are blessed to live in the “Home of the Brave.” Join us this Independence Day in celebrating the freedoms we hold so dear, while thanking the brave men and women who fought at home and abroad, and their families who sacrificed along with them, to allow us this privilege.

On Independence Day and every day, display your American flag prominently and your American Legion Auxiliary membership proudly to spread your passion and dedication to our nation’s veterans and to the best and largest women’s patriotic service organization in the world!

May God bless America and each one of you. Happy Independence Day!

Oakdale Park CRC Celebrates 125 Years this Weekend

Oakdale Park CRC Celebrates 125 Years this Weekend

Leaders and parishioners from Oakdale Park Christian Reformed Church, a culturally-diverse place of worship in Grand Rapids, will celebrate the 125th Anniversary of their church with a service led by Senior Pastor Emmett Harrison. The Church service is Sunday, May 17, 2015 at 10:30am followed by a celebration dinner at 12:30pm.

This celebration dinner is open to all people and is free to attend. It will be catered by the LINC Up Soul Food Café and held at the church, located at 961 Temple SE in Grand Rapids, MI 49507. Oakdale’s commitment to diversity and inclusion has helped the congregation grow its’ ministries, community outreach and service programs. The church also helps other outside organizations by providing use of its facilities.

Oakdale Park CRC was founded in 1890 and has more than 400 parishioners and currently is led by Senior Pastor Emmett Harrison.

Marge's Donut Den to Celebrate 40 Years in June

Marge's Donut Den to Celebrate 40 Years in June

Marge’s Donut Den in Wyoming, MI will celebrate 40 years in business on Saturday, June 20, 2015. The well-known bakery is located at 1751  28th St. SW.

Marge’s is open 365 days a year but she does have shorter hours on Saturday and Sunday, only open until 4:00pm instead of 6:00pm.

Stop by and celebrate with Marge on her Anniversary. For inquires or to place an order, call 616-532-7413.

Giving Blood is a great way to help People

Giving Blood is a great way to help People

Make a lifesaving difference. If you are 17 years of age or 16 years of age with a parents’ consent, healthy, and weigh at least 110# or more, you may be eligible to give blood. 16 year olds must bring a consent form from a parent.

Michigan Blood is holding a Blood Drive at Wyoming City Hall from 8:00am – 12 Noon on Thursday, April 23rd. Donors must sign in with a photo ID or two forms of non-photo ID.

This is a great way to help several people with the donation of a pint of blood.

My Town: Kent ISD Board names new superintendent

My Town: Kent ISD Board names new superintendent

KENT COUNTY, Mich.-- The search for Kent Intermediate School District's next leader is over.

Grandville Superintendent Ron Caniff will replace Kevin Konarska, who is retiring.  Caniff was the lone finalist left after West Ottawa Superintendent Tom Martin withdrew his application for the job.  Caniff's final interview with the Kent ISD Board was held Tuesday.

“The Board is thrilled to welcome Ron Caniff as the next leader of Kent ISD,” said Kent ISD School Board President Claudia Bajema. “He brings 15 years of experience and the strong support of his peers.

“We are confident that the transition from Kevin to Ron will be very smooth, and that Ron will lead with the talent, energy, and interpersonal skills that we have enjoyed for the past nine years under Kevin’s leadership. We also wish Kevin all the best in the next phase of his life,” she added.