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What's at the Market: Saturday, April 2, 2022

Submitted 04-01-2022 under NONPROFITS

It is officially the last month of Second Season Market! Come check out all the wonderful vendors who show up rain, snow, or shine all year long.

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Community Updates: Friday, Apr. 1

Submitted 04-01-2022 under NEWS

More funds for infrastructure are coming to Grand Rapids; PBGR asks for ideas on how to improve local neighborhoods; new residents and exhibits at John Ball Zoo; and more

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Crises of Faith, part 2

Submitted 03-28-2022 under OPINION

Ethics and Religion Talk received the following question, submitted to one of our panelists: “Have any of the panel members had a crisis of faith that led them into periods of doubt, or as some call it, ‘a dark night of the soul?’ If so, what brought them back to solid footing?”

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Driving Neighborhood Change via "Building Leaders, Building Communities"

Submitted 03-28-2022 under NONPROFITS

A new resident leadership workshop series hosted by Roosevelt Park community organizations explores what it means to contribute positive change to the neighborhood

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What's at the Market: Saturday, March 26, 2022

Submitted 03-25-2022 under NONPROFITS

Shake off the winter blues with a trip to the Market! It might be chilly, but the food you bring home will warm your soul!

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Community Updates: Friday, Mar. 25

Submitted 03-25-2022 under NEWS

GRFD is asking for help with information about a suspicious fire; the Heritage Hill Tour of Homes returns after two years; GRFD plans a renaming ceremony for the current Franklin Street Fire Station; and more

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Crises of Faith, part 1

Submitted 03-23-2022 under OPINION

Ethics and Religion Talk received the following question, submitted to one of our panelists: “Have any of the panel members had a crisis of faith that led them into periods of doubt, or as some call it, ‘a dark night of the soul?’ If so, what brought them back to solid footing?”

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Guiding Light Partners with Goodwill to Find Employment, Reduce Recidivism for Those with Criminal Convictions

Submitted 03-22-2022 under NONPROFITS

Through The Job Post, its talent placement firm, Guiding Light is finding jobs with companies that not only pay a living wage but are willing to provide the extra support needed so those with criminal convictions to be successful.

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34th Annual Fair Housing Workshop Series: Fair Housing Momentum

Submitted 03-18-2022 under NONPROFITS

The FHCWM is hosting the 34th Annual Fair Housing Workshop Series held online on April 28, 2022. This event will have a morning plenary featuring Demetria McCain (HUD), 4 unique workshop options, keynote from Lisa Rice (National Fair Housing Alliance), poetry performance by local artist AutoPilot!

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What's at the Market: Saturday, March 19, 2022

Submitted 03-18-2022 under NONPROFITS

The first day of Spring is only a few days away! Now hopefully the warm weather will spring into action at the Market this Saturday.

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