Lowell defensive end brings Red Arrows, Caledonia together to honor late uncle
Oct. 16, 2014; MLive
LOWELL — Lowell junior defensive end Logan Blough was called to his counselor’s office on Sept. 8, where he took a phone call from his mother.
… Ashley Blough was a standout volleyball player at Caledonia and is now attending Grand Rapids Community College, while Sara Dougherty is an eighth grader at Caledonia. Michele Blough recently posted a photo on her Facebook page of Mr. Dougherty wearing one of Ashley Blough’s volleyball jerseys to a match last year.
College Notebook: Dye earns WHAC medalist honors
Oct. 15, 2014; insurancenews.net
GRAND RAPIDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Katlyn Agren (Cadillac) recorded one kill, one assist and 10 digs as Grand Rapids Community College beat Jackson College 3-2.
SAVE THE DATE! Thursday, October 30, 2014
Benefits Fair 11:30 a.m. -3 p.m. (ATC) Banquet Room 118, 120, 122 and 124: During the benefits fair, you will have an opportunity to talk with our providers and the vendors for our voluntary benefit options. Vendors attending: MESSA, Valic, Priority Health, Pine Rest-EAP, AFLAC, Waddell & Reed, TIAA Cref, Plan Member Financials, Meemic Insurance, BCBS, LMCU, Flex Administrators, Horace Mann, and Rx Optical.
Flu Shot Clinic, 11:00-1:30 p.m. (ATC) Banquet Room 118: Flu shots will be provided to GRCC staff (excluding students). There is no cost for employees who have insurance through Priority Health, WMHIP or MESSA but you must bring your insurance card with you in order for Spectrum Health to bill on your behalf. For employees who do not have insurance, the cost will be $17 cash or check payable to “GRCC.” Flu shots will be administered by Spectrum Health Visiting Nurses.
A Raider Salute from the Centennial Steering Committee to everyone who helped with this week’s gala:
How to sum up the event in one word? It was EPIC! This Raider Salute is to EVERYONE who participated in the 100th Anniversary Gala- whether you worked, volunteered or attended. Each and everyone involved, in any way, contributed to the success of the event: $1.3 million raised for student scholarships! Kudos to the Foundation staff for orchestrating the event to perfection!
Through more than 60 local agency partners, Heart of West Michigan United Way extends its reach to one in four people in Kent County. Learn more about these education, income and health resources here.
Just a friendly reminder that GRCCePRINT can put your order at the front of the line and get right on it however; in doing so we will need to set aside current orders to start working on yours. To assure our other customers still receive their orders as expected, we will need to add a rush charge to your order. When ordering please check the “Rush” area when you are in the “Billing and Deliver” section of our online ordering and we will process yours first.
Students studying biology and anthropology will be among those interested in the first presentation in the Psychology Department Speaker Series.
In “Modern Application of Darwinian Theory to Psychology,” Todd Shackelford, Oakland University’s psychology department chairman, will show how Darwinian selection has become the centerpiece of biology and how many psychologists and anthropologists have used evolutionary perspective to guide their work. He’ll review the instrument of evolution: natural selection, the products of evolution, and the impact of evolutionary thinking on modern psychological science. He will also introduce how evolutionary psychology will emerge as a guiding theory for all of psychology.
The free lecture runs from 1-2:30 p.m. October 20 in room 168 of the ATC . To see the other topics and speakers in this year’s series, click here.