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Submitted 08-23-2016 under PLACE-MATTERS
"It's not just asking, 'What do you do in the storm?' but also, 'What do you do after the storm?' and 'How do you take care of what's happened?'" says Lee.
Submitted 06-20-2016 under NONPROFITS
Join Covenant Village of the Great Lakes for an old-fashioned Tent Revival Meeting with gospel music provided by Hark Up with the Down Home Horns.
Submitted 05-31-2016 under NEWS
Thursday, June 2, 2016 during Uptown's "Eat. Shop. Rock." event, the East Hills Council of Neighbors will reveal infrastructure changes for pedestrian and bicycle safety.
Submitted 03-24-2016 under NONPROFITS
Do you want to grow your own food? Our Kitchen Table is recruiting residents for free food gardening program.
Submitted 03-22-2016 under NONPROFITS
A project this big requires many people and organizations; this holds true on the permitting and regulatory side as well as for project leaders and city planners.
Some say that the Drain Commissioner’s ability to assess for water management makes it the most powerful position in the state of Michigan. But despite this power, most folks know very little about the role of the Drain Commissioner.
Submitted 02-23-2016 under OPINION
Join East Hills Loves Congress board member Elizabeth Hoffman Ransford and former Congress Principal Bridget Cheney at the Strong Neighborhoods, Strong City Summit, on Friday, March 11 at GRPS University to discuss reclaiming neighborhood schools.
Submitted 01-29-2016 under NEWS
Grand Rapids Magazine has awarded the neighborhood craft brewpub with their first annual Best Brewery (Cuisine) Dining Award.
Submitted 01-12-2016 under PLACE-MATTERS
Creating a neighborhood that brings neighbors together year round includes many elements- from safety to fun activities- and can be achieved through large organized efforts as well as by you and your neighbors.
Submitted 01-05-2016 under NEWS
Lightfast Coffee Bar + Art Collective will be opening later this month in the East Fulton Business District, showcasing rotating art from local artists and brewing French press, Chemex and Woodneck coffees.
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