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10/25/18 WOOD TV
While you were busy enjoying Restaurant Week in Grand Rapids and trying new places, the event was helping culinary students continue their education. Experience Grand Rapids announced today it was able to contribute $16,322 to the Secchia Institute for Culinary Education scholarship fund. That money was raised during August’s Restaurant Week and will be split into eight $1,000 scholarships for the GRCC students. Next year will mark the 10th year for the event. It will happen Aug. 7 through 18.
Get to know the candidates running for state rep
10/25/18 Grand Haven Tribune
On Nov. 6, local voters will be asked to select a representative for the state House 89th District.
… Jerry A. Sias
… Education: Studied electrical theory at Grand Rapids Community College
Don’t forget to vote on November 6
10/25/18 The Post (Cedar Springs)
Midterm elections are here, and this week the Post will be highlighting local candidates for school board and the City of Cedar Springs. Next week watch for an article on candidates in the Village of Sand Lake, those running for county/state offices, and a summary of proposals.
… Cedar Springs City Council
… Shandell Napieralski is also seeking one of the seats. She was born in Illinois, and her family moved to Cedar Springs when she began high school. She graduated in 1991, attended Grand Rapids Community College and then later Northwood University. “I have always lived in the area and returned specifically to settle my family here in Cedar Springs. I have lived here most recently for three years, but collectively 10 years. I work for Materials Testing Consultants, Inc., a Civil Engineering firm as a Constructions Material Testing Technician and Sample Runner. I am once divorced, once widowed, and recently have become engaged. I have four biological children, but also have stepchildren, exchange students, and other lost kids welcomed in our home.”