Summer Yoga Offerings at Dominican Center

by (DominicanCenter...)

Submitted 07-10-2014 under NONPROFITS

Dominican Center at Marywood offers you a choice of three different levels of yoga; one of them will surely fit your level of activity, flexibility and strength.   If you are interested in yoga, but would like to begin gently, Chair Yoga...

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Catalyst Radio: Wealthy Theatre energy, beautification, technology upgrades underway

by (Catalyst Radio)

Submitted 06-14-2013 under NEWS

Don't have time to listen now? Download the mp3 and listen at your leisure.   INTERVIEW A major fundraising project to help make the historic Wealthy Theatre sustainable and energy efficient began in 2011 – the centennial anniversary...

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Residents encouraged to take advantage of program that boosts energy efficiency in the home

by (Allison Arnold)

Submitted 01-10-2013 under NEWS

The City of Grand Rapids has extended the time for residents to participate in GR1K, an energy program that has helped hundred of Grand Rapids residents make their homes more energy efficient. For $99, program participants receive a...

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Why you should vote yes on Proposal 3

by (Matthew Knaack)

Submitted 11-01-2012 under OPINION

The airwaves have been flooded with negative ads about Proposal 3. Due to this inundation, I am attempting to set the record straight by writing from the other side. First, the basics: Prop 3 is a ballot initiative that seeks to increase the state...

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A Watershed Moment: The push for a better Renewable Energy Standard

by (Scott Kaplan)

Submitted 07-10-2012 under NEWS

Michigan’s environmental advocates scored a big win last week when the Michigan Energy Michigan Jobs Campaign announced that it had collected 530,000 signatures, over 200,000 more than needed, to bring a more aggressive Renewable Energy...

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Free compact fluorescent light bulbs: Another opportunity to shine In the UCOM community


Submitted 08-20-2010 under NONPROFITS

UCOM is pleased to offer Project Light Change, an energy efficiency-focused project of the West Michigan Environmental Action Council (WMEAC).  UCOM will be distributing a thousand FREE Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) bulbs to clients who are...

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WMEAC sheds light on energy efficiency with Project Light Change

by (stevendavison)

Submitted 06-24-2010 under NEWS

Many Grand Rapidians are in the dark when it comes to the use of energy efficient compact flourecent light bulbs (CFLs), but the West Michigan Environmental Action Council looks to “change” that with this summer's Project Light Change initiative....

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Why Purchase Locally

by (grdominicans)

Submitted 12-22-2009 under NONPROFITS

by: Sisters Mary Lucille Janowiak OP and Barbara Hansen OP Where did the food on your Thanksgiving table come from? Did you have free range turkey from a local farm? Were the potatoes, green beans, wine and cranberries grown and produced in your...

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