Archive for June 9, 2017

GRCC In the News, 6-9-17

June 9, 2017

New restaurant to open at former Forest Hills Inn spot

June 8, 2017; MLive

GRAND RAPIDS TOWNSHIP, MI –  Nearly a year after longtime Forest Hills Inn closed, a new restaurant is under construction on the site.

… (Adam) Watts has long been part of the West Michigan restaurant scene, having served as executive chef at numerous restaurants. The Grand Haven native graduated from the Secchia Institute for Culinary Arts at Grand Rapids Community College, and began his restaurant career at the famed Tapawingo Restaurant in Northern Michigan. He has since spent time as a chef in Scotland, California and Colorado. Locally, he helped open Rustica in Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids Brewing Company and Slows Bar-BQ in the Downtown Market.

Central, Cyber School graduates celebrate success

June 8, 2017; Grand Haven Tribune

Families and friends cheered as pictures of Wednesday night’s graduates played in a slideshow.

… Looking ahead to the fall, 16-year-old Emma Chase said she plans to attend Grand Rapids Community College and later study to be a doctor.

Fulton Street to be closed on June 11

June 9, 2017

If you plan to travel around campus this weekend, be aware that Fulton Street will be closed between Ransom and Jefferson avenues from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 11 for utility work.

GRCC to get new multifunction copier/printers

June 9, 2017

Konica Minolta has been awarded the bid for campus multifunction equipment. Starting Monday, team members from Konica will be on campus to visit the areas where the current Canons reside to assure the replacement equipment is right sized for the area. They will be very respectful of your time and will only ask questions if needed. The college is looking at implementing the equipment and software sometime between the end of July through the first part of August. Training dates, times and places will be sent out as soon as arrangements have been made. This is a very exciting time for the Enterprise Printing Program.