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Submitted 03-04-2014 under NONPROFITS
Students at Innovation Central High School are helping classmates and their own families beat hunger.
Come walk, run, roll, and fundraise with Paws With A Cause at the upcoming Fifth Third River Bank Run on May 10, 2014.
Submitted 10-18-2013 under NEWS
Heritage Hill Outreach Ministry runs a clothing ministry, with clothing selling for 50 cents each, as well as hospitality, Bible study and chapel services.
Submitted 09-26-2013 under NEWS
A brief story about Heritage Hill's 2nd Annual WHAM event.
Submitted 07-10-2013 under LOCAL LIFE
The greater Grand Rapids community is invited to join the Heritage Hill neighborhood for a garden tour featuring the talented creations of our neighbors.
Submitted 07-09-2013 under NEWS
The annual event is back in its sixth year, this time with a garden shop and an arts and crafts sale from the neighborhood.
Submitted 05-29-2013 under NEWS
An article about the 2013 Heritage Hill open house
Submitted 05-19-2013 under OPINION
The Rapidian expands my neighborhood, and connects me to the broader community around me. Join me in supporting their grassroots, people-powered efforts.
Submitted 05-10-2013 under NEWS
Calvin College Gospel Choir performs at Central Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Submitted 10-01-2012 under NONPROFITS
How the power of music has affected the lives of the exectutive staff at this nonprofit organization
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