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Submitted 04-10-2013 under NONPROFITS
Ottawa Hills High School GRIL Leadership students read with Shawnee Park Elementary School students.
Submitted 03-29-2013 under LOCAL LIFE
Bare – local musicians performing without their instruments – is an a cappella event beginning tomorrow evening at 8 p.m. at Stone House Recording located at Sixth and Front streets.
Submitted 10-01-2012 under NONPROFITS
How the power of music has affected the lives of the exectutive staff at this nonprofit organization
Submitted 08-10-2012 under NEWS
MINI of Grand Rapids and Indy race car drivers will be giving driving lessons to licensed teen drivers today.
Submitted 04-25-2012 under NONPROFITS
Parents, neighbors, schools and a host of community organizations are becoming a force for change in the lives of children.
Submitted 01-03-2012 under NONPROFITS
LINC Community Revitalization, Inc. launches a neighborhood news bureau to lift up the voice of the community.
Submitted 07-29-2011 under NONPROFITS
[VIDEO MAP] Southtown news bureau particpants highlight lack of public space within Southtown, Madison Park charrette to take place soon.
Submitted 07-01-2011 under NONPROFITS
In studio today, we talk about Good Morning Revolution, the group behind the Really, Really Free Market, which invites neighbors to trade items and learn from one another.
Submitted 06-24-2011 under NONPROFITS
Friends of Grand Rapids partnered with Project FIT and community members to install an outdoor fitness center where the wading pool once sat.
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