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GHS alumni hired as Company Manager for Performance Network Theatre

GHS alumni hired as Company Manager for Performance Network Theatre

From the Greenville high School Theatre Facebook page:

Congrats to GHS Theatre Alumni Logan Ricket. Logan just was hired as the Company Manager for the Performance Network Theatre. Logan was also recently cast in one of their productions. Follow the link for more info on Performance Network Theatre.

http://performancenetwork.org/

Greenville cooling station open Friday

Greenville cooling station open Friday

GREENVILLE - With temperatures forecasted to reach 103 today, the Greenville cooling station is opening once again.

The cooling station will be open from Noon until 5:00pm at the  Greenville Public Schools Central Services Facility-1414 Chase Rd.

Greenville cooling station open Thursday

Greenville cooling station open Thursday

GREENVILLE - With temperatures getting to near 100 today, the Greenville cooling station is opening once again.

The cooling station will be open from Noon until 5:00pm at the  Greenville Public Schools Central Services Facility-1414 Chase Rd.

 

 

Greenville opens cooling center Friday

Greenville opens cooling center Friday

GREENVILLE - A Heat Relief Center will be open again today for residents needing to escape the heat.

The center will be open from Noon until 6:00pm at the Greenville Public Schools Central Services Facility at 1414 Chase Road.

Outman sponsors agriculture town hall June 29 at 4-H fairgrounds

Outman sponsors agriculture town hall June 29 at 4-H fairgrounds

State Rep. Rick Outman will sponsor an agriculture town hall meeting on Friday, June 29 at the Montcalm County 4-H Fairgrounds in Greenville.

Joining Outman, R-Six Lakes, for the agriculture forum will be state Rep. Kevin Daley, R-Lum, chair of the House Agriculture Committee; state Sen. Judy Emmons, R-Sheridan, who serves on the Senate Agriculture Committee; and state Sen. Joe Hune, R-Hamburg Township, chair of the Senate Agriculture Committee.

Speakers for the event, which begins at 10 a.m. in the Ash Building at 8784 W. Peck Road, are Bill Bobier of the Michigan Department of Agriculture; Rebecca Park from Michigan Farm Bureau; Mary Kelpinski of Michigan Pork Producers; Ben Kudwa with the Michigan Potato Industry Commission; and Phil Korson, president of the Cherry Marketing Institute.

Michigan Notable Book Author Coming to Belding

Michigan Notable Book Author Coming to Belding

Bruce Kopytek, 2012 Michigan Notable Book Award Winner will kick off the 2012 ANBL Summer Reading Program with a book-talk and book-signing event.

Wednesday, June 20 - 6:30 pm.

Mr. Kopytek's book, "Jacobson's: I Miss It So: The Story of a Michigan Fashion Institute" tells about the beginnings of the "Macy's of Michigan in Reed City in 1869 until  its bankruptcy and closing.

Visit http://www.belding.michlibrary.org/ for additional information.

Michigan Notable Book Author Coming to Belding

Michigan Notable Book Author Coming to Belding

Bruce Kopytek, 2012 Michigan Notable Book Award Winner will kick off the 2012 ANBL Summer Reading Program with a book-talk and book-signing event.

Wednesday, June 20 - 6:30 pm.

Mr. Kopytek's book, "Jacobson's: I Miss It So: The Story of a Michigan Fashion Institute" tells about the beginnings of the "Macy's of Michigan in Reed City in 1869 until  its bankruptcy and closing.

Visit http://www.belding.michlibrary.org/ for additional information.