web analytics

Tag Archive | "VanDusen"

Joe Cisler and friends in concert

Community Invited to Advent Vespers Concert

*ENT-Advent vespers concert Joe Cisler

On Saturday December 14, Bostwick Lake Congregational Church presents an early evening concert of beautiful Advent and holiday by musician Joe Cisler. As the lead vocalist for the Band “Broken Sunday,” Cisler began singing and playing in college and describes himself as “an ordinary guy who also has a job.”

Bostwick Lake Music Committee Chair, Ann VanDusen describes him as anything but ordinary. “Joe has performed at our evening concert during the holidays once before. His touching interpretations of holiday music perfectly embrace the true meaning of the season!” Cisler will be joined by Luke Galas on guitar, Eric Culver on bass and Roger MacNaughotn on piano.

The community is invited to the concert, which begins at 5:00 p.m. at the church located at 7979 Belding Road, Rockford. A freewill donation will be accepted. Light refreshments will be served in Davis Hall immediately following the concert.

Posted in Arts & EntertainmentComments Off on Joe Cisler and friends in concert

Girls Track defeats Northview



The girls track team traveled to Forest Hills Eastern for a triple dual meet. The girls defeated Northview 102 to 34 but lost to both Forest Hills Eastern and Greenville. The team’s record is now even at 2 wins and 2 losses.

Placing first against Northview for the Red Hawks was Katie Weiler in the 800, 1600 and 3200 runs. Maria Oakes had two individual firsts in the 100 and 300 meter hurdles. Abby VanDusen was also a double winner in the pole vault and long jump. Seniors Kaitlyn Twork and Jeanette Sukstas won both throws. Kaitlyn won the discus and Jeanette won the shot put. The team won all four relay events against Northview.

The team hosts the Red Hawk Invite Saturday, May 4, at Red Hawk Stadium. Field Events start at 9:00 with the Boys Pole vault and running events start at 11:00 with the 3200 Relay. Running finals for the other events will start at noon.

Also placing for the Red Hawks in the Northview meet was:

2nd place: Jeanette Sukstas, Discus; Marissa Oakes, Long Jump; Allyson Marvel 100 and 300 hurdles; Olivia Finch, 100 meter dash; Maddie Pekrul, 1600 and 3200 meter runs; Emily Shaft, 400 meter dash; Caitlin McClurken, 800 meter run; Maddie Burkwalt, 200 meter dash.

3rd  place: Kaitlyn Twork, Shot put; Briana Pierson, High Jump; Shayne Mann, 1600 and 3200 meter runs; Maddie Burkwalt, 100 meter dash and 300 meter hurdles; Christina Dean, 800 meter run.


Posted in SportsComments Off on Girls Track defeats Northview

JV Red Hawk girls fall to FHN

JV Red Hawk Shaelyn Fasel driving for the basket.

The Cedar Springs JV Red Hawk girls basketball team hosted Forest Hills Northern on Thursday, January 13.
Cedar Springs started out slow and fell behind early in the first quarter 10-4. Early foul trouble and turnovers really hurt the Red Hawks. They went to the locker room at half time behind 24-14.
The Red Hawks came back in the third quarter scoring 14 points to pull within 6 points and end the quarter 34-28. They worked hard in the fourth quarter but continued foul trouble hurt the comeback effort and the Red hawks fell to the Huskies 43-35.
Allie Veltkamp led the scoring for the Red Hawks. Also contributing to the scoring were Jeanette Sukstas, Sommer VanDyke and Abby VanDusen.
The JV Red Hawks game against Kent City on January 18 was canceled due to a snow day, but they will host Wayland on January 20..

Posted in SportsComments Off on JV Red Hawk girls fall to FHN

Intandem Credit Union
Ray Winnie


Get Your Copy of The Cedar Springs Post for just $40 a year!