Several dozen pairs of green thumbs were hard at work Wednesday in an effort to beautify a local educational facility. A group of youths from the Episcopal Diocese of Western Michigan worked alongside members of the Montcalm Area Master Gardeners Association to create a garden at the Bill Braman Center for Family Education on Montcalm Community College’s Greenville campus. The Braman Center features technology labs for advanced manufacturing applications, health-related training options, renewable energy studies and more.
Students at the Seiter Education Service Center were all smiles Friday as they paraded down Van Deinse Street clad in red, white and blue. Representatives from American Legion Post 101 in Greenville visited the center for an early celebration of Independence Day with a flag raising, a rifle salute and a rendition of “Taps” played on a trumpet.
For the first time in recent memory, City Manager George Bosanic could breath a sigh of relief with the passing of the upcoming year’s budget.
During Tuesday evening’s Greenville City Council meeting, the council unanimously voted to accept the 2016-2017 fiscal year budget — a budget without any significant cuts on the horizon.
Students may be out of school for summer, but the Greenville Public Schools Board of Education is still working to plan for the upcoming academic year.
Board members accepted the 2016-2017 budget during a special meeting Monday, and also voted to lower the tax levy for the coming year.
Montcalm County will be holding a household hazardous waste collection event from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Montcalm Area Career Center at 1550 W. Sidney Road, Sidney.
From juicy, red tomatoes to an abundance of colorful, hot and zesty peppers, there was no shortage of fresh food items available for those in need Monday. In the parking lot of Greenville High School, Greenville Youth Advisory Council (GYAC) Vice President Tom Stephenson, 16, volunteered with his fellow advisory members, handing out 5,000 pounds of produce from a Feeding America food truck.
Lucas Fuhrman has always felt at home on the water. Since he was a little boy, he’s had a passion for adventure and has taken that passion with him deep sea fishing and white water rafting. He also has an interest in taking things apart to see how they worked.
“I have learned so much,” is how Brianna Van Houten described her week-long experience as one of 33 contestants in the Miss Michigan Scholarship Pageant. Contestants from all around the state converged on the Frauenthal Center for the Performing Arts stage in Muskegon this past week for the 70th annual Miss Michigan pageant, where the winner represents the state at the Miss America Scholarship pageant in September along with dedicating the next year of her life as a role model with state-wide appearances.
For millions of fathers across America, this Sunday is kind of a big deal. It’s the one day set aside each year in which dads get their due. But it’s particularly meaningful for the Ledin family of Greenville. For at least three of them, June 19 is not only Father’s Day, but cause for birthday celebrations.
When Keith Hudson first moved to this city more than 40 years ago, it didn’t take him long to fall in love with it.
From the cycling trails and arts programs, to the bricks that built the foundation of Greenville’s first industrial buildings, the president of the Flat River Historical Society has made it a mission to educate others on what the city has to offer, from times both past and present.