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Submitted 04-15-2014 under NEWS
Tanglefoot studio will feature artwork by Susan Klein, visiting assistant professor at GVSU
Submitted 03-04-2014 under NONPROFITS
Come walk, run, roll, and fundraise with Paws With A Cause at the upcoming Fifth Third River Bank Run on May 10, 2014.
Submitted 02-20-2014 under LOCAL LIFE
The Network, an LGBTQA resource center, will throw its annual fundraising gala February 22. The gala will help fund continued LGBTQA involvement in the Grand Rapids Community.
Submitted 11-19-2013 under OPINION
Tanglefoot artists are opening their studio doors again for this yearly must-do event, and this time they're inviting Dinderbeck artists to join them.
Submitted 08-29-2013 under LOCAL LIFE
Zulema Moret, writer, professor and spiritual director, assists underprivileged Latino adults in getting a diploma from their home country.
Submitted 08-28-2013 under NEWS
The GRPD is inviting Rapidians to meet local officers and voice their opinions on public safety over coffee.
Submitted 08-20-2013 under NEWS
As The Spoke Folks files their 501c3, they are looking for active members of the community who understand their mission
Submitted 08-09-2013 under NONPROFITS
Teens going through GR Initiative for Leaders' ACTIVATE justice curriculum are examining how they can have a positive impact on local justice issues,
Submitted 07-22-2013 under LOCAL LIFE
Tera Qualls, founder of YNPN and project manager at the Johnson Center, talks about her passion for building and improving the nonprofit sector.
Submitted 07-18-2013 under LOCAL LIFE
Salvatore Alaimo, full-time GVSU professor, spent the last five years filming a documentary that explores philanthropy and its role in society.
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