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"Mike brings his personality into the music he plays, he will chat with you between sets and then you hear the story he is telling in the tunes he picks out. He takes you on a ride and it is not easy to park the car and get out. I learn something every time I listen to his show." Quinn Mathews, Former WYCE Station Manager "MikeontheMic is an advocate of everything WYCE, because he loves music with a passion. I expect to hear bubbling bass lines, soulful guitar, rocking drums, and powerful voices. In short though....what Mike brings to the listeners of WYCE is TRANSCENDENCE." AJ Paschka, Former WYCE Station Manager "When Mike's on the Mic, the music will be just a bit off center. He finds a way to lead you just beyond your range in an accessible manner. Obviously dedicated to the format and Community Radio." Lee, WYCE Volunteer Programmer "The World would be a better place if everyone was dancing. Also Playing Radio is great fun!" MikeontheMic, WYCE Volunteer Programmer
Support for WYCE comes from Funky Buddha Yoga Hothouse presenting "Funky Buddha Fest" with yoga classes set to live music from local musicians, Monday August 22 through Sunday August 28.
Dog Story Theatre supports professional quality, innovative entertainment and provides an affordable and flexible venue for live performances. This Grand Rapids black box theater provides technical and production consultation to clients and offers equipment and box office services common to most theatrical productions. Dog Story Theatre - 7 Jefferson Avenue SE - dog story theatre dot com
http://www.miblood.org/ 1-866-MIBLOOD (642-5663). Michigan Blood corporate headquarters is located at: 1036 Fuller NE Grand Rapids, MI 49503 Mailing address: 1036 Fuller NE-PO Box 1704 Grand Rapids, MI 49501-1704
http://www.phoenix-society.org/ 1835 RW Berends Dr SW Grand Rapids, MI 49519-4955 Phone: 1-800-888-2876 or (616) 458-2773 Email: email@example.com
Join The Rapidian for an Intro to Community Journalism session. Come with your ideas, thoughts and questions regarding what issues matter most to you in the city. The Rapidian aims to provide readers and writers with the tools to craft their own stories and publish on The Rapidian.
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Artists Creating Together is a nonprofit organization empowering people with disabilities to learn, grow, and celebrate through the arts.
Art is a vital part of development: it builds social and cognitive skills, fosters independence and promotes self confidence.
ACT believes art is a fundamental tool in helping people reach their full potential, and provides art class for all ages and abilities; ranging from visual arts, dance, and drumming, to gardening or creative healing.
To learn more about ACT's classes or ways to be involved, visit "artists creating together dot org"
Carol's Ferals is here to help YOU help cats in YOUR neighborhood. Carol's Ferals loans live traps, teaches you how to use them and offers suggestions on how to trap the hardest to catch cats. The practice of T-N-R (Trap-Neuter-Return) is the most humane way to deal with free-roaming cats both feral and stray. Carol's Ferals offers spay and neuter surgeries for trapped ferals at a significantly reduced rate, and funding is in place to help cats in certain areas. More information is available at carolsferals.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org
D.A. Blodgett - St. John's works to enhance the well being of children and their families by providing traditional and innovative programs that will assure the best opportunities to realize their potential as human beings. Services include family counseling, therapy, pregnancy support, adoption, foster care, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, and more. Learn more at D A Blodgett dot org