The Story of the Ghost 1998 via Elektra / Wea
http://www.kidsfoodbasket.org/ Phone: (616) 235-4532 Twitter: kidsfoodbasket
http://www.catherinescare.org/ http://www.catherineshc.org/ 1211 Lafayette Ave NE Grand Rapids MI 49505 Clinic office Phone: (616) 336-8800 Fax: (616) 336-9700 Development office Phone: (616) 233-0992
Heart of West Michigan United Way United Way Center 118 Commerce Avenue SW Grand Rapids, MI 49503-4106 Phone: 616.459.6281 Fax: 616.459.8460 Email: email@example.com Health & Human Services information and referral service: phone 211
provides communication, human services and education to the deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing communities - with the goal of inclusiveness - in Western Michigan. Services include mental health coordination, job placement, interpreter referral and hearing assistance outreach. More information - Deaf H H S dot org
Local First believes a strong economy starts with local ownership and sustainable business practices. Local First helps business owners and entrepreneurs improve their impact in the community while educating the public on why supporting local matters. Their most recent initiative, Good for Grand Rapids, brings together and celebrates companies using business as a force for good. More information can be found at local first dot com.
WYCE and the Gilmore Collection and Denison Financial are pleased to present the 17th annual WYCE Bubble Bash - a holiday celebration featuring sparkling wines from around the world.
Our friends at The BOB host this great party as a fundraiser for WYCE every year. A donation of $25 lets you sample 14 varieties of sparkling wines, plus a fabulous spread of ORR DERVES to accompany the bubbly. The event also features chances to win prizes like WYCE swag, concert tickets, and other cool stuff. So bring your friends, family or business clients out for some pre-Christmas cheer, while supporting community radio!
The Bubble Bash - Thursday, December 22nd at 5:00pm at H.O.M.E. inside the BOB. No advance tickets are available, cash or check to WYCE is payable at the door. This event is made possible by The Gilmore Collection and Denison Financial.
For more than 30 years, The Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts has offered the community innovative experiences in the latest art forms. Today, they present programs in visual arts, film, dance, literature, performance arts and music. They provide artists with studio space, sales support and educational opportunities - all under one roof. To learn about the UICA and its new location at 2 Fulton Street West - visit UICA dot ORG