GRCC In the News, 11-30-18

Carlos Sánchez fue certificado por error como ganador de las elecciones al Consejo Administrativo del GRCC
11/29/18 El Vocero
GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN (EVH) .- El Condado de Kent certificó erróneamente a Carlos Sánchez como ganador para uno de los puestos en el Consejo Administrativo del Grand Rapids Community College.
(GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN (EVH) .- Kent County erroneously certified Carlos Sanchez as the winner for one of the positions on the board of trustees of Grand Rapids Community College.)

Zachary Richard Limanen
11/29/18 Mesabi Daily News (Virginia, Minn.)
Zachary Richard Limanen was born to his loving parents, Rodney and Dorothy (Savela) Limanen on July 23, 1984 at Virginia Regional Medical Center in Virginia, MN.
… Following his graduation, Zac attended Grand Rapids Community College. He worked alongside his brother, Bryan, and brothers-in-law, Isaac and Brenden, learning carpentry, masonry, and electrical skills. Most recently Zac was employed by Cram Concrete out of Waterville, MN and previously employed through Redfield Masonry out of Glenwood, MN.

Mental health foundation hires executive director
11/29/18 Grand Rapids Business Journal
A local mental health providers foundation has named its new executive director.
… Previously, he’s (Donald MacKenzie) worked in a number of positions: associate vice president of advancement for Grand Rapids Community College; senior principal at the Chicago-based fundraising consulting firm Jerold Panas, Linzy & Partners; executive director of Junior Achievement of Kalamazoo and Van Buren counties; director of planned and estate giving for the Western Michigan University Foundation; as well as owner of a fundraising consulting firm.

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