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Nonprofit Dispatches

This section of The Rapidian represents the amazing array of diverse non-profit organizations in West Michigan, groups that reveal the tapestry of arts, culture, service, faith and collaboration that defines our region. Read about opportunities to learn, grow, share and participate in the life of this community. The stories here are provided by our area's non-profit organizations.

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GRAM Announces First Major American Impressionism Exhibition in over a Decade

Submitted 05-26-2022 under NONPROFITS

In A New Light: American Impressionism 1870 ‑1940 l Works from the Bank of America Collection on view June 11 -  Aug 27

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Damon's Journey From Utter Desperation to a New Life Filled With Faith, Hope

Submitted 05-26-2022 under NONPROFITS

At one point in his life, Damon Whitmore was on top of the world, enjoying his role of partner in a successful law firm. In the next, he was alone and jobless, hardly a dollar to his name, his wife and daughter out of the picture, and awakening every morning “resolved to drink myself to death.”

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God Put Guiding Light in my Path: Jeremy Marks Five Years of Sobriety

Submitted 05-23-2022 under NONPROFITS

“I remember showing up at Guiding Light, seeing the big cross and thinking ‘I’m in the wrong place,’” Jeremy says. “I’m a sinner. I’ve done a lot of bad things. I’ve hurt people through my actions. I thought I was beyond redemption. God put Guiding Light in my path at the right time."

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GRAM Presents An Extraordinary Legacy: The Miner S. and Mary Ann Keeler Collection

Submitted 05-12-2022 under NONPROFITS

Exhibition celebrates the legacy of Miner and Mary Ann Keeler through 65 works of modern and contemporary art

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Living and Learning Than No Man is an Island

Submitted 05-11-2022 under NONPROFITS

Dennys is 27 years old and came through the doors of Guiding Light in November of 2021. “The advice I would give others facing addiction is to admit you can’t do it on your own, and to trust others who have gone through it."

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St. Cecilia Music Center Announces Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Series and Spectacular Jazz Series Concerts for the upcoming 2022-2023 Season

Submitted 05-04-2022 under NONPROFITS

The Public can purchase Series Tickets now offering a 15-20% discount on single ticket prices. Single tickets will go on sale June 14

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Legendary Folk Musician and Grammy Award Winner Judy Collins Returns to St. Cecilia Music Center, Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Submitted 05-04-2022 under NONPROFITS

Quintessential Folk Artist and Grammy® Award Winner Judy Collins will return to SCMC on May 18. Judy Collins has inspired audiences with her sublime vocals, boldly vulnerable songwriting, personal life triumphs, and a firm commitment to social activism for over 50 years.

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City Connection: Mayor Bliss joined by Chief Eric Winstrom of the GRPD

Submitted 05-02-2022 under NONPROFITS

Watch live on GRTV's channel 24 and on Facebook at 4:00pm

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Shawn Colvin, Three-time GRAMMY® Award Winner Returns to St. Cecilia Music Center on May 12, 2022

Submitted 04-29-2022 under NONPROFITS

Three-time GRAMMY® Award winner Shawn Colvin will return to St. Cecilia Music Center on Thursday, May 12 to commemorate the 32nd anniversary of her debut album Steady On and perform her latest album Steady On Acoustic – a remake of the original album.

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