Our condolences to TRIO/Student Support Services Counselor Jennifer Keessen who recently lost her mother Mrs. Jill J. Phelps Okemos. The obituary can be found at http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/lsj/obituary.aspx?page=lifestory&pid=143218310 On line condolences may be made at: www.gorslineruncimaneastlansing.com
Daily Archives: June 2, 2010
GRCC In The News 6-2-2010
Grand Rapids Community College have teamed up with the Equest Center for Therapeutic Riding to work on a renovation project
Jennifer Pascua Kaitlin Urka
6/2/2010 7:44:26 AM
ROCKFORD, Mich. (WZZM)- An open house and ribbon cutting ceremony will be held in Rockford on Wednesday.
That’s where students from Grand Rapids Community College have teamed up with the Equest Center for Therapeutic Riding to work on a renovation project.
The Equest Center has been in West Michigan for the past 20 years. In that time, it has become popular for how it uses horseback riding as therapy. High demand resulted in the center’s need to expand, and the partnership with GRCC has allowed them to do just that.
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Alma teen gets part in “Real Steel”
Published: Tuesday, June 01, 2010 | By LINDA GITTLEMAN | Gratiot Managing Editor
Martyn Hale might not steal the show from actor Hugh Jackman, but the Alma High School graduating senior might at least get to meet him on a movie set. If not Jackman, perhaps he could get to know one of the co-stars in Steven Spielberg’s Dreamworks production of “Real Steel,” which is set to begin filming in the Detroit area and around the state next month. […] The son of Melinda Hale and the grandson of Mary and Lyle Hale, the would-be star is a football and baseball player on the Alma teams who plans on attending Grand Rapids Community College in the fall.
Blogger names Mott Community College among top 10 culinary colleges in Michigan
By Beata Mostafavi | Flint Journal | June 01, 2010, 12:20PM
FLINT, Michigan — Mott Community College is apparently one of the best places in Michigan to learn how to cook, according to one eHow blogger who named MCC among the top 10 culinary colleges in the state. […] Other colleges on the list included the Culinary Studies Institute at Oakland Community College, the Culinary Institute of Michigan at Baker College of Muskegon, Henry Ford Community College, The Macomb Culinary Institute at Macomb Community College, Secchia Institute for Culinary Education at Grand Rapids Community College,…”