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Celebrate Made In Michigan Products and Cast Your Sunday Vote!

Celebrate Made In Michigan Products and Cast Your Sunday Vote!

Join us in celebrating Michigan products with the Made in Michigan Bracket Challenge. Click HERE to download the bracket.

Each day we'll have four matchups, one from each bracket, as we go through some of our great Made in Michigan products. If you don't know a product, you may want to search the products name in the search bar on the top of the page and check out a past Made in Michigan feature story that aired earlier.

Also, check our WZZM13 Facebook page starting March 25th for ways that you can win some Made in Michigan merchandise.

A new poll will be posted each day.

Celebrate Made In Michigan Products and Cast Your Saturday Vote!

Celebrate Made In Michigan Products and Cast Your Saturday Vote!

Join us in celebrating Michigan products with the Made in Michigan Bracket Challenge. Click HERE to download the bracket.

Each day we'll have four matchups, one from each bracket, as we go through some of our great Made in Michigan products. If you don't know a product, you may want to search the products name in the search bar on the top of the page and check out a past Made in Michigan feature story that aired earlier.

Also, check our WZZM13 Facebook page starting March 25th for ways that you can win some Made in Michigan merchandise.

A new poll will be posted each day.

Vacant Grand Haven Strip Mall To Be Filled With Healthcare

Vacant Grand Haven Strip Mall To Be Filled With Healthcare

The North Ottawa Community Health System (NOCHS) is transforming a former strip shopping mall in Grand Haven to group healthcare services. The mall at Taylor Avenue and Beacon Boulevard/US-31 will house four of NOCHS' programs: Home Care Equipment, Home Care Nursing, Community Education, and Hospice Nursing. These programs will there in April. The buildings also will hold NOCHS' Urgent Care Center and Four Pointes, formerly the North Ottawa Area Council on Aging. The Community Education space includes a classroom where NOCHS will hold information sessions on healthcare.

For more information, visit Rapids Growth Media.
 

Downloading e-Books at Spring Lake District Library

Downloading e-Books at Spring Lake District Library

Spring Lake, MI--With spring break just around the corner, now is the time to learn how to download e-books. Many books can be downloaded to one light, easy to carry e-reader, making e-books the perfect traveling companions. Spring Lake District Library will be offering a free class on Friday, March 15 at 2:30 p.m. to show those with iPads, Kindles, Nooks and tablets how to download e-books to their devices. Bring your e-reader to class and learn how to download free books from the library’s website. Pre-registration is requested. Register online at www.sllib.org or call 616.846.5770.

Not sure if the latest technology in e-readers is right for you? Spring Lake District Library has a variety of e-readers available for patrons to borrow, including iPads. The library’s iPads have numerous apps, websites, and e-books already loaded on them and are wi-fi compatible.

Help Your Biz Show Up On Web Searches Tonight

Help Your Biz Show Up On Web Searches Tonight

Spring Lake, MI--Does your business’s website show up on a Google search? Learn what you can do to help potential customers find your site among the millions on the web. Join E-commerce consultant Christopher VanOosterhout at Spring Lake District Library tonight, March 5, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. for information about search engine optimization or SEO. SEO is a general term covering numerous techniques that help to increase the quality and volume of traffic to a web site. The SEO class is free; however, pre-registration is required. Register online at www.sllib.org or call 616.846.5770.

In this session, VanOosterhout will help participants sort the fact from hype in search optimization.

Sarah's Deals: Feeding Your Family for Less

Sarah's Deals: Feeding Your Family for Less

Spring Lake, MI--Would you like to be able to buy groceries for a family of four for under $40 a week? Shopping expert Sarah Jehnzen will share how she does it on Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 6:30 p.m. at Spring Lake District Library. Sarah will introduce you to basic couponing and provide tips and tricks for maximizing your trips to the store.  Learn the basics of building and keeping a stockpile and bulk cooking tips to support your budget. Pre-registration is required for this free presentation as seating is limited. Register online at www.sllib.org or call 616.846.5770.  The library is located at 123 E. Exchange Street in Spring Lake.