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Congressman Huizenga to host Military Academy Night Monday, Nov. 28

News Release:

Grand Haven, MI – U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga, MI-02, will host his second Military Academy Night to provide area students and their parents a casual evening to learn about the process involved in applying for admission to a U.S. Service Academy.
 
The event will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. at the United States Coast Guard Sector Field Office at 650 South Harbor Drive, Grand Haven. Liaisons from the five academies have been invited to provide information and staff from Congressman Huizenga’s District Office will be available to discuss the congressional nomination process.
 
“I admire anyone who answers the call to serve our country. It is a tremendous honor to be able to help any such motivated and brave young men and women from West Michigan in their application to the U.S.

Steve Loftis Named 2011 Jingle Bell Parade Grand Marshal

Grand Haven, Michigan – The Chamber of Commerce Grand Haven, Spring Lake, Ferrysburg is pleased to announce that Steve Loftis will lead the parade as this year’s Grand Marshal of the 2011 Jingle Bell Parade as it winds through downtown Grand Haven on Saturday, December 3.

 

Steve was born in Grand Rapids and is one of seven children. He was introduced to the food service industry as a part-time employee when he was 14 years old.

Seussical the Musical characters to visit Loutit District Library

Seussical the Musical characters to visit Loutit District Library

GRAND HAVEN -- Loutit District Library will host the Central Park Players, the Tri-Cities community theatre group, Saturday, November 19, as characters from the timeless tales of the beloved Dr. Seuss musical theater production  Seussical the MusicalTM.

This interactive program offers for an exciting and fun-filled afternoon, as Seussian stories are read and games are played. Children and adults alike will enjoy getting to know characters such as Horton the Elephant, Gertrude McFuzz, the Cat in the Hat, and many others! 

Light Night set for Friday night November 18th

Light Night set for Friday night November 18th

From: http://www.visitgrandhaven.com

Friday, November 18, 5:00pm to 9:00pm

Enjoy downtown Grand Haven as the lights begin to turn on in the trees for the first time in the holiday season. Participating stores will be holding their holiday open houses with excellent ideas for everyone on your Christmas list. Luminaries will be lining the street as we kick off the holidays!

Live Holiday music will be heard all evening from a live broadcast from WGHN 92.1FM. Free Light Night commemorative mug filled with cider from Vander Mill to the first 400 guests. There will also be holiday food vendors and fresh greenery for sale along Washington to help you start your holiday decorating.

Lending A Hand: Sam's Club Volunteers give up Saturday to help IA

Lending A Hand: Sam's Club Volunteers give up Saturday to help IA

One of International Aid’s greatest blessings is that our ministry is surrounded by a community of socially-minded corporations that desire to see healing brought to a hurting world.

Some of these corporations help our ministry by providing the aid we send to our partners — the medical equipment, the health products, the medicines, the nutritional supplements. Other businesses provide the funds that enable us to continuing reconditioning medical equipment and distributing aid to nonprofits worldwide.

Then there are some companies—like the Muskegon, Mich. Sam’s Club —that help International Aid by getting their hands dirty.

Alabama Tornado Responder Featured at IA Today Event

Alabama Tornado Responder Featured at IA Today Event

This Tuesday night at 7pm is the final installment of the 3 part series at International Aid. Come and hear a personal testimony of Pastor Frank Griffith about the tornado disaster in Alabama this past summer.

Pastor Frank was one of many responders to help those in need along with International Aid.

You won't want to miss this event.

If you can't make it to our building we will be streaming this event live at http://www.livestream.com/internationalaid

 

 

International Aid teams up with The Cancer Fund of America

International Aid teams up with The Cancer Fund of America

There are some organizations that International Aid can’t help but partner with. Their hearts for ministry move us to action, their mission resonates with the calling God has given our organization, and the people who receive their aid linger in our hearts, minds and prayers.

One of those partners is The Cancer Fund of America, Inc.

The Cancer Fund of America provides assistance to cancer patients who live in poverty and cannot afford to meet basic needs due to the financial strain placed on them by cancer treatment costs. According to their website, the nonprofit “provides aid to thousands of cancer victims and their families every day.” This aid is given free-of-cost.

Some of these patients are elderly and alone. Others are parents to young children. Others are elementary students who just want to feel normal again. Others are infants whose parents simply can’t pay both the medical and grocery bills.