GRCC in the News: 1/6/11

Frozen moments: Third annual collegiate Downtown Holland Ice Sculpting Competition starts Friday
By Steve Ralph | Holland Sentinel contributor | Posted Jan 06, 2011 @ 08:44 AM

Holland, MI — If you appreciate intricate, subtly detailed works of art carved from 300- pound blocks of ice, of if you just like seeing people wielding chain saws, blow torches and other assorted power tools in the open air, down­town Holland is the place to be this weekend.

Late surge lifts Kalamazoo Valley Community College men’s basketball team
Published: Thursday, January 06, 2011, 12:09 AM | Kalamazoo Gazette staff

The Kalamazoo Valley Community College men’s basketball team surged in the second half to overcome Grand Rapids Community College, 76-64, Wednesday on the road. A Povilas Gaidys bucket tied the game at 53-all midway through the second half before the Cougars took control — finishing the game on a 23-11 run — in both teams’ Michigan Community College Athletic Association West Division opener.  (More)

GRCC men lose at home to Kalamazoo Valley after second-half shooting struggles
Published: Wednesday, January 05, 2011, 11:35 PM | Dean Holzwarth | The Grand Rapids Press

GRAND RAPIDS — A long layoff didn’t bother the Grand Rapids Community College men’s basketball team at the start of Wednesday’s Michigan Community College Athletic Association-Western Conference opener. Second-half shooting struggles and a size disadvantage did, however.  (More)

On-the-Town Weekend Buzz: A little Schubert, “In the Heights,” soups, and tea
Published: Thursday, January 06, 2011, 7:00 AM | On-the-Town staff

Forward Thinking: There are several great exhibitions opening up including a student photo exhibition at Grand Rapids Community College’s Collins Art Gallery; the work of artist Jo-Ann Vanreeuwk at the Arts Council of Greater Grand Rapids; and the GVSU Alumni Multimeida Invitational at the GVSU Art Gallery.  (More)

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