GRCC In the News, 9-28-15

Travel: Tempt Your Taste Buds in West Michigan

September 20, 2015; The New Citizens Press (Ingham County)

Henderson Castle has become one of the most popular restaurants in Kalamazoo. Built in 1895, it is on a steep hill and overlooks the downtown area.

… The Heritage Restaurant is a fine dining public restaurant staffed by culinary school students under the direct supervision of Chef Professors and Table Service Professors at Secchia Institute for Culinary Education. The Secchia Institute for Culinary Education at Grand Rapids Community College is a world-class program with over 25 years of experience offering degrees and certificates in Culinary Arts, Culinary Management, and Baking & Pastry Arts. The Heritage Restaurant is located in the GRCC Wisner-Bottrall Applied Technology Center on the corner of Fountain and Ransom Streets (parking is off of Ransom). Lunch averages $7-$12 per person; dinner averages $21-$30 per person.

Davison grad stepping up at UDM

September 27, 2015; The County Press (Lapeer)

DETROIT — Davison graduate David Thompson has been busy on the golf course since high school, only now it’s at the collegiate level. Thompson crafted an impressive golf career at Grand Rapids Community College before transferring to the University of Detroit-Mercy.

Skippers split pair of games at Raider Challenge

September 26, 2015; The Times Herald (Port Huron)

GRAND RAPIDS — The St. Clair County Community College volleyball team saw its five game win streak come to an end Saturday at the Raider Challenge at Grand Rapids Community College.

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