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Tigers Honored At Wyoming City Hall

Tigers Honored At Wyoming City Hall

From: http://gbcol.edu

The Tigers were invited to the Wyoming City Hall meeting on Monday, March 21st to be honored by the City Council.  Mayor Jack Poll introduced the team and read a proclamation honoring the NCCAA II National Champions.  The City Council gave the Tigers a standing ovation which was very much appreciated.  The City also gave the Tigers a new sign which will be installed near the campus later today.

The Tigers would like to express their appreciation to the City of Wyoming, MI for their support of Grace Bible College and the Tigers.

Wyoming Tri-Unity star makes state Class D team

Wyoming Tri-Unity star makes state Class D team

Janer, Chartier share AP Class D player of year


Maple Hill opens for the season

Maple Hill opens for the season

WYOMING, Mich. - A sure sign Spring has arrived - Maple Hill Golf Course has opened!

The public course at the corner of 56th and Ivanrest SW opened the front nine holes for business on Wednesday.  The outdoor driving range is also now open.

The pro shop and indoor driving range and simulators have been open all winter.

Dozens of golfers took advantage of 50 degree weather to hit the links for the first time this season.

Volleyball District Finals are Here

Tri-unity Christian captured a share of the River Valley Conference championship this fall and they will be getting help from sisters who are sophomores.

Megan and Alyssa Petrick are sisters who used to watch Tri-unity Christian back in 2007 during the state volleyball finals but never dreamed they would actually be on the team one day. The girls, who are from Hamilton, were homeschooled up until last year when their parents made the choice to send them to a regular school. Even though they are 15 & 17, the school decided they both would be in the same grade, based on their home school learning and being so close in age.

Megan and Alyssa are hoping they can help the Tri-unity Christian Defenders go all the way. Both girls have hopes of playing volleyball together in college one day.

Rogers Ladies Volleyball Players "Dig Pink" For Breast Cancer Research

This fall, the Rogers High School volleyball teams hosted two “Dig Pink” events to raise money for breast cancer research.  The events were organized by Rogers sophomore Kayleigh Vigh who, while reading about other schools who have organized similar events, thought it would be great to get her school involved.  Because she is related to a survivor of breast cancer, Kayleigh connected with this idea and was compelled to see it through.   Dig Pink T-shirts and Reminder Bracelets were sold over a two week period and at the events, with proceeds going to the “Side-Out Foundation” who raises money specifically for this cause. 

Godwin Heights Homecoming 2010

Wyoming, MI - There will be plenty of festivities to keep you busy this evening in Wyoming with Godwin Heights celebrating their 2010 Homecoming.

The parade, which starts at 5:30 pm, will begin at the high school then head North on Reiser; West on 34th; South on Opal; West on 35th; North to Buchanan; West on 34th; South on Birchwood; and eventually head West to football field. After that, the football game will take place at 7:00 pm against Kellogsville. The king and queen as well as the spirit competition results will be announced at half time.

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