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Post travels to northern Michigan

Tim and Dorothy Scott, of Cedar Springs, recently traveled with their children, Lilly and Allison, to both Mackinac Island, and the Soo Locks in Sault Ste Marie. And they took the Post with them! Thank you to the Scott family for sending us your photo, and we hope you had a great time!

Are you going on vacation? Take the Post with you and snap some photos. Then send them to us with some info to news@cedarspringspost.com or mail them to Post travels, PO Box 370, Cedar Springs, MI 49319. We will be looking for yours!

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Saving Our History

By Lois Allen

History is unfolding every week. Here in Cedar Springs news is not covered by CNN or other national news agencies, but by a local journalist on the beat.

Thanks to Nancy Nielsen and Donna Clark along with hubby Daniel Clark, Cedar Springs history is much closer to lasting forever in print. The hard cover editions of The Post for 2016 and 2017— all 104 issues, will be bound and donated to the Cedar Springs Historical Society. These local residents will go down in history as contributors to our local heritage, it’s people and it’s growth.

A hundred years from now, our children’s, children’s, children will be able to read all about it. While electronic archives are subject to glitches and even crashes, we can be assured that the hard cover, hard copies will stand the test of time… and technology. These books are a permanent “back-up” that will never go out of style.

Currently, we are just a few dollars shy of making it happen. Our total to date is at $325. The cost of the books for the two years to be bound into hard cover is $500. Only $175 left to raise.

Take a place in history of Cedar Springs, i.e. in The Cedar Springs Post. You may send any amount to help us reach our financial goal.

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No Novacaine

 

A woman and her husband interrupted their vacation to go to the dentist. 

“I want a tooth pulled, and I don’t want Novacaine because I’m in a big hurry,” the woman said. “Just extract the tooth as quickly as possible, and we’ll be on our way.” 

The dentist was quite impressed. “You’re certainly a courageous woman,” he said. “Which tooth is it?” 

The woman turned to her husband and said, “Show him your tooth, dear.”

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Hometown Happenings

Hometown Happenings articles are a community service for non-profit agencies only. Due to popular demand for placement in this section, we can no longer run all articles. Deadline for articles is Monday at 5 p.m. This is not guaranteed space. Articles will run as space allows. Guaranteed placement is $10, certain restrictions may apply. You now can email your Hometown Happenings to happenings@cedarspringspost.com please include name and phone number for any questions we may have.


Donations needed for CS Bands

Rummage Sale

July 21: Cedar Springs Bands will be holding a rummage sale at the High School August 1st – 3rd (times pending). If you would like to donate your gently used items, date and drop off times are: July 21, 23, and 24th from 10 am to 2 pm. At the back of the High School by the band room. Please Contract LeeAnne Whilden (616-304-1545) for additional times.*All profits made during the rummage sale will go to Cedar Springs Music Boosters.* #29

Praise the Lord at Cowboy Church

July 22: 2nd Chance will be having Cowboy Church on Sunday, July 22nd at 6 pm. It will be at 2nd Chance School at 810 – 17 Mile Rd. Cedar Springs (corner of 17 Mile and Olin Lakes Rd). Music and ministry will be shared by the group, Patty Ann and The North Country Band, who will share their message through their musical talents. Invite your family and friends. Cowboy Church will be every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month. Each service will have different people sharing God’s word and music. Cowboy Church will introduce you to 2nd Chance and its vision. The school is in the building stage, which when completed, will teach troubled teens through God and the horse. If you have questions, call 616-293-2150. See you there! #29b

Archeology Workshop @ HCNC

July 24-26: Uncover artifacts from Howard Christensen Nature Center’s past. July 24-26 from 10 am to 2 pm. Cost $20 members, $24 nonmembers. Minimum age: 9 years old. Lead by Interpretive Instructor, Karen Fiebig, this workshop will require hard work. Please bring gloves, a trowel, a shovel, an old paint brush, lunch and bottled water – all labeled with your name. The number of participants will be determined by the number of adults available to supervise younger participants. May be a first come, first serve event, so please register. Howard Christensen Nature Center, 16190 Red Pine, Kent City. 616-675-3158, info@howardchristensen.org, www.howardchristensen.org. #28,29p

Senior Lunch at Pine Grove Community Church 

July 25: The Pine Grove Senior Café presents Grandma’s Table.  She’s serving Baked Barbecued Chicken and for dessert her special Something with Blueberries.  Ya know there’s a strong possibility she’ll set a veggie, a salad or relish plate down in front of ya.  For all those age 60 and over we’re offering you a seat at Grandma’s Table at Noon the 25th of  July.  In case you forgot where Grandma’s Table is, it’s right over here on the northwest corner of M-82 and Beech Ave. #29

Kooombah Rain Sticks @ KDL!

July 25: Koo-oom-bah means creativity in Swahili! Join us and get creative using your imagination and a few craft supplies to create your own rain stick! For school-age children. Wednesday, July 25, 6:30 pm at Nelson Township/ Sand Lake KDL Branch, 88 Eighth St. #29

Help Promote Literacy

July 25: The need is urgent! The Literacy Center of West Michigan is offering an informational meeting on Wednesday, July 25th at 10 am for prospective volunteer tutors. It will last one hour. It provides potential volunteers the opportunity to find out more about the Literacy Center and the role of a volunteer tutor. No experience necessary! We provide our volunteers with all the training they need to be successful tutors for our adult learners. The Literacy Center of West Michigan is located at 1120 Monroe Ave., NW, Suite 240, Grand Rapids. Please call 616-459-5151 (ext. 10) or email us at info@literacycenterwm.org to register. #29

Senior Stroll at HCNC

July 27: Join Senior Naturalist, Joyce Hosmer, the last Friday of the Month for leisurely walk through the woods at Howard Christensen Nature Center. Joyce will lead you along our quiet trails while pointing out the plants and wildlife that inhabit our little piece of the planet. Friday, July 27th from 1 – 3 pm. If it rains, we will reschedule for the next Friday. Cost: Members $3.00, nonmembers $5. Refreshments provided. Limited to 25 people. Call to register 616-675-3158 or visit our website: www.howardchristensen.org. 16190 Red Pine Rd., Kent City. #29

Ensley Crime Watch 5K & Picnic

July 28: The Ensley Crime Watch Annual 5K and Community Picnic will be held on Saturday, July 28th at Baptist Lake Park, 8810 Oak Drive, Sand Lake. All ages are welcome to join the fun! Pre-registration forms for the 5K race and details of our annual event is available on line at http://ensleytownship.org/crime watch.htm. Race: Saturday, July 28th begins at 9 am (registration the day of the race at 8:30 am) Picnic: Saturday, July 28th begins at 11:30 am. Firemen grill hotdogs and additional items on the menu are chips, cookies, homemade pies, coffee, pop and more. There is a small fee for the food. Special guests include the Sand Lake fire department (trucks and equipment), Newaygo County Sheriff (K9 team, SWAT vehicles, Marine Patrol and Dive team), kids bounce house. There will be a 50/50 raffle, and nearly $1,000 in prizes that was donated by local businesses and individuals will be raffled off. The afternoon concludes with candidates running for local office available for a meet and greet. All proceeds for the events will help the Sand Lake Fire Department purchase life saving rescue equipment. #28,29p

Touch a Truck

July 28: A close up look at big trucks! There will be an assortment of awesome vehicles on hand to explore, plus the pros who operate them. Decorate your own hard hat Saturday, July 28, 10:00 am to noon, Nelson Township/ Sand Lake KDL Branch, 88 Eighth St. #29

Team Building at HCNC

July 30-Aug. 3: Team Building Summer Camp. What makes a team, a team? What makes one team more successful than another? Campers will focus on what it takes to build a successful team as well as how to be a team player with an emphasis on communication, trust, teamwork, cooperation and a whole lot of team games. July 30 to August 3 from 10 am to 2 pm. Cost $40 for the week. Can’t make to whole camp? Daily fee $10. Howard Christensen Nature Center. Call to register 616-675-3158 or visit our website: www.howardchristensen.org. 16190 Red Pine Rd., Kent City. #29

Register Now For Free Hunter Education

Aug. 7: To register for firearm Hunter Safety Classes  at the Red Flannel Rod & Gun Club, call Jim Pope at 231-834-5545 after 6 pm. Classes at the Club, 7463 18 Mile Rd. Cedar Springs, will be Tuesday, August 7th from 6-9 pm,  Thursday, August 9th from 6-9pm,  Saturday, August 11th from 8 am-3:30 pm. #29,30b

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Scoop up a special treat during ice cream month

Did you know that the average American consumes more than 23 pounds of ice cream per year? Or that vanilla is the best selling flavor? Or that President George Washington spent approximately $200 for ice cream during the summer of 1790? Those are just some of the facts being celebrated National Ice Cream month.

In 1984, President Ronald Reagan designated July as National Ice Cream Month and the third Sunday of the month as National Ice Cream Day. He recognized ice cream as a fun and nutritious food that is enjoyed by a full 90 percent of the nation’s population. 

The first official account of ice cream in the New World comes from a letter written in 1744 by a guest of Maryland Governor William Bladen. The first advertisement for ice cream in this country appeared in the New York Gazette on May 12, 1777, when confectioner Philip Lenzi announced that ice cream was available “almost every day.” Besides Washington spending $200 on ice cream, inventory records of Mount Vernon taken after Washington’s death revealed “two pewter ice cream pots.” President Thomas Jefferson was said to have a favorite 18-step recipe for an ice cream delicacy that resembled a modern-day Baked Alaska. Check out President Jefferson’s vanilla ice cream on this page. In 1813, Dolley Madison served a magnificent strawberry ice cream creation at President Madison’s second inaugural banquet at the White House.

Wide availability of ice cream in the late 19th century led to new creations. In 1874, the American soda fountain shop and the profession of the “soda jerk” emerged with the invention of the ice cream soda. In response to religious criticism for eating “sinfully” rich ice cream sodas on Sundays, ice cream merchants left out the carbonated water and invented the ice cream “Sunday” in the late 1890’s. The name was eventually changed to “sundae” to remove any connection with the Sabbath.

Ice cream became an edible morale symbol during World War II. Each branch of the military tried to outdo the others in serving ice cream to its troops. In 1945, the first “floating ice cream parlor” was built for sailors in the western Pacific. When the war ended, and dairy product rationing was lifted, America celebrated its victory with ice cream. Americans consumed over 20 quarts of ice cream per person in 1946.

In the 1940s through the ‘70s, ice cream production was relatively constant in the United States. As more prepackaged ice cream was sold through supermarkets, traditional ice cream parlors and soda fountains started to disappear. Now, specialty ice cream stores and unique restaurants that feature ice cream dishes have surged in popularity. These stores and restaurants are popular with those who remember the ice cream shops and soda fountains of days past, as well as with new generations of ice cream fans.

Check out some of the ice cream shops on page 9 or our e-edition, or try making the blueberry ice cream recipe. You just might find something new you like!

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Baked Meringues with Blueberry Ice Cream  

Baked Meringues with Blueberry Ice Cream

Blueberry Compote Ingredients

3/4 cup granulated sugar

1 vanilla bean

3 cups blueberries

Blueberry Ice Cream Ingredients

1 cup blueberry compote

1 ¼ cups whole milk

1 ¼ cup heavy cream

½ cup sugar

¼ cup buttermilk

6 extra large egg yolks

Meringues Ingredients

4 egg whites

1 ½ cups granulated sugar

Blueberry Compote Instructions

In a medium-sized saucepan over medium-high heat, dissolve sugar in with 1/3 cup of water; add vanilla bean, do not stir. Cook until the sugar is fully dissolved and the mixture turns into a thick syrup, about five minutes.

Add blueberries, stirring for 4-5 minutes.

Transfer compote to a container and let cool. Remove vanilla bean; set aside.

Notes & Tips: Reserve two cold plates in the freezer to pour the hot fruit onto so it cools faster. You can make this step a day ahead of time.

Blueberry Ice Cream Instructions

In a blender, blend blueberry compote until smooth. Strain thru a colander; set aside.

In a medium sized bowl, whisk egg yolks; set aside.

In a medium sized pot over medium-high heat, combine milk, heavy cream and sugar; bring to a boil.  Temper the egg yolks with the hot mixture by adding a ladleful at a time while whisking the yolks vigorously, until all the hot liquid has been added. Using a fine mesh sieve, strain the mixture into a separate container.  Chill the mixture over a bowl of ice. Once the ice cream base is cool, whisk in the buttermilk and blueberry purée.

Notes & Tips: Have a small metal measuring cup close by to easily transfer the hot milk into the eggs. Whisk the whole time! Place the separate container over the ice before you start warming your milk- it’ll make the cooling process go faster. Be sure to cool this mixture completely before placing in your ice cream maker. This mixture can also be made and refrigerated the day before using the ice cream maker.

Run the mixture in your ice cream machine following the manufacturer’s instructions. Place the finished ice cream in the freezer, and let it firm up completely, at least 4 hours.

Meringues Instructions

Preheat the oven to 300ºF and set two oven racks in the middle positions. Line two baking sheets with parchment paper.

Notes & Tips: If you’re using a convection oven, be sure to leave the convection feature on, but lower the temp to 280 F.

In a heat resistant mixing bowl, combine the egg whites and sugar. Put one cup of water in a saucepan.

In a saucepan, over medium heat, bring one cup of water to a simmer.  Place the  bowl with egg whites and sugar the saucepan and using a hand whisk, beat the mixture until the sugar is dissolved.

In a stand up mixer, set with the wire whisk attachment, beat the egg whites mixture until it forms firm and shiny peaks.

Spoon twelve large dollops of the mixture onto the prepared baking sheets (6 per sheet) and flatten them a bit with the back of a spoon so they look like a disc about 3-inches in diameter, and 1-inch thick. Make sure the meringues are at least 2 inches apart, because they will expand as they bake.

Bake in the oven for 1 hour. To check if the meringues are ready, gently pull one meringue off the parchment paper – if it peels off easily take the baking sheets out of the oven. If the meringues seem to stick to the paper, leave in the oven for another 10 minutes. Let the meringues cool completely on the tray before using.

In a stand up mixer of with a hand whisk, whip heavy cream with the crème fraîche until it forms soft peaks.

To serve: Place six meringues on individual plates.   Spoon a generous dollop of whipped cream on top of each meringue, put a large scoop of blueberry ice cream on each meringue and top with remaining compote.

Number of servings (yield): 6

Nutrition Per Portion:

844 calories

10 g protein

0 g dietary fiber

108 g carbohydrates

43 g fat

24 g saturated fat

Preparation time: 2 hours

Recipe from the U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council

https://www.blueberrycouncil.org/blueberry-recipe/baked-meringues-with-blueberry-ice-cream/

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Eulogy

 

The old man had died. A wonderful funeral was in progress and the country preacher talked at length of the good traits of the deceased—what an honest man he was, and what a loving husband and kind father he was.

The man’s widow listened intently to the preacher, then finally leaned over and whispered to one of her children, “You better go up there and take a look in the coffin and see if that’s your pa in there.”

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Hometown Happenings

Hometown Happenings articles are a community service for non-profit agencies only. Due to popular demand for placement in this section, we can no longer run all articles. Deadline for articles is Monday at 5 p.m. This is not guaranteed space. Articles will run as space allows. Guaranteed placement is $10, certain restrictions may apply. You now can email your Hometown Happenings to happenings@cedarspringspost.com please include name and phone number for any questions we may have.


Garage & Bake Sale Benefit

July 13-14: Algoma Baptist Church, 10515 Grange Ave., Rockford, is hosting a Garage and Bake Sale Benefit for North Kent Connect on Friday, July 13th from 9 am to 5 pm and Saturday, July 14th from 9 am – 3 pm. Older vintage tools, knick knacks, garden tools, clothing, books, golf clubs, exercise equipment, glassware, musical instruments, fishing lures, music boxes, toys, miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. #28p

CS Youth Football League Fundraiser

July 14: The Cedar Springs Youth Football League (CSYFL) will be holding an all age fundraising event on Saturday, July 14th from 10 am to 2 pm at Skinner Field, 90 Cedar St. Tickets are two for $1.00. Tickets  will be used for all events except concessions and spirit wear (cash & credit accepted). It will feature a dunk take, kids games, bake sale, succulent plant sale (cash only), can drive, gift basket raffles, spirit wear and concessions. Can Drive drop off Friday, July 13 at Family Farm & Home 8 am – 8 pm, Saturday, July 14 at Skinner Field 8 am – 4 pm, and Sunday, July 15 at Family Farm & Home 8 am – 8pm. All proceeds will go to CSYFL. #28

VBS @ Resurrection Lutheran Church

July 16-20: Join us as we discover Jesus from eternity past to eternity future with Time Lab Vacation Bible School at Resurrection Lutheran Church, 180 Northland Drive, Sand Lake. July 16-20 from 6 to 8 pm. Ages 4 years old to entering 6th grade. For registration information, please email churchresurrection@yahoo.com or call 616-636-5502. #27,28b

Michigan Blood Drive

July 17: Michigan Blood will have a Blood Drive on Tuesday, July 17th at the Cedar Springs United Methodist Church. The Drive will go from 12:30 pm until 7:00 pm. HOT DOG DAYS! A member of the Cedar Springs Women Club will be grilling hot dogs for all who attempt to donate. More importantly, each donation has the potential to save three lives. Come have lunch/supper with us and help a neighbor in Michigan. #28

Wild About Books & Animals?

July 17: Are you wild about books AND wild about animals? Then you want to come to the Cedar Springs Library Community Room on Tuesday, July 17 from 1 -2 pm for an exciting look at live animals from different countries and diverse ecosystems. This program is up-close, hands-on, safe and FUN! #28

Alohorma! Unlock Your Harry Potter Drawing Skills

July 18: Corinne Roberts, local illustration artist, is back with a family friendly, Harry Potter drawing session. Parents or guardians are strongly encouraged to attend and assist their children. For school-age children. Wednesday, July 18, 6:30 pm, Nelson Township / Sand Lake KDL Branch, 88 Eighth St. #28

Archeology Workshop @ HCNC

July 24-26: Uncover artifacts from Howard Christensen Nature Center’s past. July 24-26 from 10 am to 2 pm. Cost $20 members, $24 nonmembers. Minimum age: 9 years old. Lead by Interpretive Instructor, Karen Fiebig, this workshop will require hard work. Please bring gloves, a trowel, a shovel, an old paint brush, lunch and bottled water – all labeled with your name. The number of participants will be determined by the number of adults available to supervise younger participants. May be a first come, first serve event, so please register. Howard Christensen Nature Center, 16190 Red Pine, Kent City. 616-675-3158, info@howardchristensen.org, www.howardchristensen.org. #28,29p

Ensley Crime Watch 5K & Picnic

July 28: The Ensley Crime Watch Annual 5K and Community Picnic will be held on Saturday, July 28th at Baptist Lake Park, 8810 Oak Drive, Sand Lake. All ages are welcome to join the fun! Pre-registration forms for the 5K race and details of our annual event is available on line at http://ensleytownship.org/crime watch.htm. Race: Saturday, July 28th begins at 9 am (registration the day of the race at 8:30 am) Picnic: Saturday, July 28th begins at 11:30 am. Firemen grill hotdogs and additional items on the menu are chips, cookies, homemade pies, coffee, pop and more. There is a small fee for the food. Special guests include the Sand Lake fire department (trucks and equipment), Newaygo County Sheriff (K9 team, SWAT vehicles, Marine Patrol and Dive team), kids bounce house. There will be a 50/50 raffle, and nearly $1,000 in prizes donated by local businesses and individuals that will be raffled off. The afternoon concludes with candidates running for local office available for a meet and greet. All proceeds for the events will help the Sand Lake Fire Department purchase life saving rescue equipment. #28,29p

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Wishes and dreams

 

After a restful night of sleep, a woman told her husband, “I just dreamed that you gave me a pearl necklace for our anniversary. What do you think it means?”

“You’ll know tonight,” he said.

That evening, the man came home with a small package and gave it to his wife with a big smile. “Happy anniversary,” he said.

“Oh! You shouldn’t have,” she said, and gave him a big kiss. “It’s a dream come true!”

She excitedly ripped open the package, only to find a book titled, “The Meaning of Dreams.”

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Hometown Happenings

Hometown Happenings articles are a community service for non-profit agencies only. Due to popular demand for placement in this section, we can no longer run all articles. Deadline for articles is Monday at 5 p.m. This is not guaranteed space. Articles will run as space allows. Guaranteed placement is $10, certain restrictions may apply. You now can email your Hometown Happenings to happenings@cedarspringspost.com please include name and phone number for any questions we may have.


Praise the Lord at Cowboy Church

July 8: 2nd Chance will be having Cowboy Church on Sunday, July 8th at 6 pm. It will be at 2nd Chance School at 810 – 17 Mile Rd. Cedar Springs (corner of 17 Mile and Olin Lakes Rd). Music and ministry will be shared by the group, the Traditional Country and Gospel Singers who will share their message through their musical talents. Invite your family and friends. Cowboy Church will be every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month. Each service will have different people sharing God’s word and music. Cowboy Church will introduce you to 2nd Chance and its vision. The school is in the building stage, which when completed, will teach troubled teens through God and the horse. If you have questions, call 616-293-2150. See you there! #27b

VBS at East Nelson UMC

July 11-15: Vacation Bible School at East Nelson Church,9024 – 18 Mile Rd, Cedar Springs. “Abundance Orchard”. Where faith grows and hungry people are fed. Wednesday, July 11, Thursday, July 12 and Friday July 13 from 6 – 8:30 pm. Saturday, July 14 from 9 am to 3 pm. There will be a luncheon on Saturday at 1 pm for everyone followed by games for all. The final VBS event will be our program during worship at 9:30 am on July 15. We hope your kids can come! #27

Model Airplane Show in Cedar

July 11: The Cedar Springs Public Library and the Wolverine Skyhawks Model Aviation Club invite you to come on out to their Landing Strip at 13540 West Street in town, for a fantastic airshow on Wednesday, July 11 from 6 pm to dark! Bring your whole family, your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy watching model airplanes of all shapes and sizes swoop and dance…it’s truly thrilling. Every school age student will get a raffle ticket for a chance to win a model airplane with lessons, $100 value. The Skyhawks are providing hotdogs, chips and a drink on a donation basis. Check the Skyhawks out at www.wolverineskyhawks.com. #27

Rockin’ with Pete the Cat @ KDL

July 11: We are super excited about our Pete the Cat Storytime. It’s going to be groovy! We’ll read Pete the Cat stories, enjoy making some Pete-inspired crafts and sing and dance to silly songs. As Pete says, “It’s all good.” Wednesday, July 11, 10:00 am, Spencer Township Branch, 14960 Meddler Ave., Gowen. #27

Algoma Township Historical Society Annual Picnic

July 14: Saturday, July 14, 2018 – 12:00 Noon @ Chalmers Park on the corner of Pine Island Dr. and Fonger St. Picnic opens at 12:00 Noon / Eat promptly at 12:30 pm. Please bring a hot dish to pass, salad or dessert, and own table service. Coffee and punch will be provided.  The public is invited. #27

Dot Mandala Painting Workshop @ KDL

July 14: Pre-registration required. Create and take home a dot mandala painted rock or artist board. Learn how to paint in color tints and patterns. You will apply dots using special tools, and learn to layer paint dots for a 3D effect. For adults. Saturday, July 14, 1:30 pm, Nelson Township / Sand Lake Branch, 88 Eighth St., 616-784-2007 or visit www.kdl.org for more information. #27

VBS @ Resurrection Lutheran Church

July 16-20: Join us as we discover Jesus from eternity past to eternity future with Time Lab Vacation Bible School at Resurrection Lutheran Church, 180 Northland Drive, Sand Lake. July 16-20 from 6 to 8 pm. Ages 4 years old to entering 6th grade. For registration information, please email churchresurrection@yahoo.com or call 616-636-5502. #27,28b

The Fallen Heros Golf Outing

July 21: 9th Annual The Fallen Heros Golf Outing on Saturday, July 21 at 2 pm. $70 per person includes golf w/cart and steak dinner. Hole in one contest, 50/50 raffle and other contests and prizes. Contact North Kent Golf Club, 616-866-2659, Alicia Brown 616-862-1463 or Stevie Brown 616-648-4013 for more information. Monies raised will be donated to the Veterans Memorial Park in Cedar Springs. #27

VBS @ Hillcrest Community Church of God

July 23-27: Vacation Bible School – Ocean Commotion will be held at Hillcrest Community Church of God on July 23-27 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. PLUS – Sunday is VBS Sunday. 5994 – 18 Mile Rd., Cedar Springs. #27

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