June 1, 2015; FOX 17
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Restaurant Week Grand Rapids is returning in 2015, giving residents and visitors a chance to Taste the City.
… “We are proud to be able to contribute funding for Secchia Institute for Culinary Education during Restaurant Week Grand Rapids,” said Doug Small, Experience Grand Rapids President in a press release. “Throughout the 12 day event each restaurant donates $1 from every Restaurant Week meal sold to the Restaurant Week Grand Rapids Student Scholarship Fund at GRCC.
“The fund, over five years, has raised almost $100,000 from which numerous scholarships have been awarded. It is rewarding to see the talented students from Secchia Institute for Culinary Education joining the ranks of the food service staff in this community. A key component of a destinations appeal is the quality of its local dining scene. Restaurant Week was created to draw attention to our wonderful earth-to-table dining options in the Grand Rapids area.”
June 1, 2015; The Holland Sentinel
… What are you looking forward to now that you have graduated?
… “College. I’m going to Grand Rapids Community College.” — Erwing Campos
June 1, 2015; The Ionia Sentinel-Standard
IONIA — Students, parents, friends, and teachers celebrated at Ionia High School Friday evening as the students from the class of 2015 walked across the stage to receive their diplomas.
… Out of all the memories from high school, (Taylor) Rameau said that the thing she’ll miss most of all is riding to school every morning with her father. Rameau will be attending Grand Rapids Community College in the fall to participate in the culinary arts program, and then transferring to Grand Valley State University to major in business.