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UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS
Meet Up and Eat Up
July 3, 2017 12:00 AMCentral Park, 415 Washington Avenue, Grand Haven616.842.5560 x222
Mondays, July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 and Wednesdays, July 5, 12, 19, and 26
Central Park, 415 Washington Avenue, Grand Haven
Join us in Central Park (Central High School if it rains) for a free lunch for kids preschool-18. Combine it with your weekly stop at the library!
Grand Haven Beach Cleanup
July 5, 2017 08:00 AM / 10:00 AMGrand Haven State Park616-850-0726
Join us to clean up Grand Haven State Park beach after the 4th of July festivities! Make our beach more beautiful & collect data to help develop litter solutions in the future. Enjoy coffee from Aldea Coffee, baked goods from Grand Finale Desserts, and enter drawings to win prizes from local establishments!
Go to greatlakesadopt.org to register
CounterpartLunch & Program with Robert Siegel
July 5, 2017 12:00 PM / 01:15 PMSpring Lake Holiday Inn(616)607-9205
Counterpart Meeting, Wednesday, July 5, 2017, noon, Holiday Inn, 940 W. Savidge St, Spring Lake, Michigan
OPEN TO PUBLIC
Counterpart’s July 5 meeting will feature Robert W. Siegel Jr., educator, coach, principal, adjunct professor, and author of "Learn to Lead with Love." The author will bring us insight and tools to use as we interact with others. Bob's passion is to inspire and lead others in a positive way. He authored his book with the purpose of educating others on how to build teams with humor and heart.
Reservations are required for the lunch meeting at the Spring Lake Holiday Inn, and are due no later than noon July 3 (the Monday prior to the luncheon). Guests are welcome. To make or cancel reservations, email Martha Roldan at email@example.com or call her at (616) 607-9205. The $11.00 luncheon fee is due at the door and includes meal, dessert, beverage, and gratuity. Please note that Counterpart is charged for each lunch ordered, so if you have a reservation, payment is due even if you cannot attend.
Counterpart is a local women’s organization whose mission is networking, broadening knowledge of our world, and providing support for local women and children. For information about membership and past programs, please visit our website at www.mycounterpart.wordpress.com . For information on upcoming programs, “like” us on Facebook.