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Roberta King

Remembering Noah

by (LCirivello)

Submitted 05-09-2014 under OPINION

I never met Noah Miesch, but I remember him. Thanks to a mother willing to share both the joy and the pain of her son’s life and death, many grateful readers will welcome Noah into their memories as well. "He Plays a Harp," a new...

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Roberta F. King shares story of son's life in "He Plays a Harp"

by (Whitney Pavlica)

Submitted 04-29-2014 under LOCAL LIFE

Roberta F. King’s memoir, “He Play’s a Harp,” will be officially released May 11. The memoir is a collection of essays about the life and death of her son Noah, who was born prematurely with cerebral palsy and lived for 17...

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Catalyst Radio: GRCF summer jobs program connecting youth with nonprofits

by (Catalyst Radio)

Submitted 06-26-2012 under NEWS

Don't have time to listen now? Download the mp3 and listen at your leisure.   INTERVIEW In this episode of Catalyst Radio we highlight the Youth Summer Jobs Program of Grand Rapids Community Foundation. Katelyn Sandor and Roberta King...

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Catalyst Radio: Rapidian reporter Roberta King to contribute 50 articles in 2011

by (Catalyst Radio)

Submitted 03-18-2011 under NONPROFITS

Inspirational Rapidian reporter Roberta King is in the Catalyst Radio studio this week. We hear what inspires her, what she covers and why she has set an ambitious goal of publishing 50 articles before the end of 2011. For a sampling of Roberta's...

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Looking Ahead: Rapidian staff discuss priorities for 2011

by (George)

Submitted 01-20-2011 under OPINION

On New Year’s eve Roberta King, superstar citizen journalist and our champion at the Grand Rapids Community Foundation, published an inspirational call to action encouraging us all to "be The Rapidian” in 2011. As part of the team that puts The...

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Grand Rapids Community Foundation and CMC volunteers recognized

by (LCirivello)

Submitted 04-28-2010 under NONPROFITS

  On Monday, April 19th, the Grand Rapids Community Foundation was recognized with the Media Access Leadership Award. The award, presented by the Community Media Center, is intended to spotlight groups or organizations who, through their...

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