Eliza GilkysonWelcome Back
Lost And Found 2002 via Red House
WYCE Music Director - Pleased to bring you the latest new releases into the WYCE Library as well as revisiting classics that are worth rediscovery. I like it dirty and funky. On air every Thursday 1-3 PM.
Support for WYCE comes from The Pyramid Scheme, a pub and music venue in the Heartside neighborhood.
This Saturday, February 11, The Pyramid Scheme presents the first headlining performance by Alexander Lynch. Lynch is a Grand Rapids-based vocalist with music influenced by electro-soul and indie sensibilities.
Sunday nights from 8 to 10pm - Hosted by Mike Scot
The Community Spay-Neuter Initiative Partnership (C-SNIP) seeks to significantly reduce the overpopulation of dogs and cats in West Michigan by providing low-cost spay and neuter services and by supporting all efforts that promote humane population control. C-SNIP is always looking for volunteers who share the belief that sterilization of dogs and cats results in healthier pets and reduces the number of abandoned and unwanted pets. More information about C-SNIP can be found by calling 616-455-8220 or by emailing email@example.com
The Arc Kent County advocates for the rights and full participation of all people with developmental disabilities. Together with members, The Arc Kent County works to improve systems of support and services; connect families; inspire communities and influence public policy. They are committed to building inclusive communities through advocacy, support and information. More information at Arc Kent dot org
Children's Assessment Center was founded in 1991 as an assessment, care and support service to child victims of suspected sexual assault. Children's Assessment Center provides crisis counseling, medical, forensic interview, legal investigation and child protective services, as well as education and prevention programs. Services are available on site, and every family has access to any of the services they need, free of charge, every time. C A C dash Kent dot org
The Fair Housing Center of West Michigan works to eliminate practices of housing discrimination and to promote diverse, open communities through education and advocacy. Fair Housing Center recognizes the importance of "home" as a component of the American dream and envisions our community free from housing discrimination where equal housing opportunity, access, and choice are enjoyed by all. Learn more at FHC WM dot org