GRCC In the News 10/26/2021

$500K will help Grand Rapids, GRCC find water treatment workers

October 25, 2021; WOOD TV

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Grand Rapids Community College and the city of Grand Rapids are getting a big chunk of federal money to address a labor shortage within the water treatment sector.

GRCC looking to share decades of awards with former student-athletes

October 25, 2021;

Grand Rapids Community College baseball player Troy Moratti earned a golden bat as the 2004 NJCAA Player of the Year.

SH voters to decide city council races, narcotics millage

October 26, 2021; South Haven Tribune

South Haven city voters will head to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 2 to decide who will be the next mayor and new city council member for Ward 2. Voters will also be asked whether to approve a five-year millage renewal to reduce narcotics-related crimes occurring in and around the City of South Haven. Polls are open at city hall, 539 Phoenix St. from 7 a.m.-8 p.m.

… (Ahmmad) Goodwin served on the South Haven Housing Commission for 4 years. He is employed at Vibrocoustic’s test lab engineering facility in South Haven. He graduated from South Haven High School, and obtained an associate’s degree from Grand Rapids Community College and a certification in personal and physical conditioning from Blue Heron Academy.

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