Art will take over the streets of downtown Grand Haven this weekend.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. – Government units and the local Chamber of Commerce recognized five businesses on Wednesday.
U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga, R-Zeeland, lamented the lack of “softball” questions Thursday morning as he met with business leaders and local officials at the Spring Lake Country Club.
Boomerang event helps students learn about local job opportunities.
This year features nine Athena Award finalists and four Athena Young Professional Award finalists.
Trio of events could lead to a crazy weekend in Grand Haven
The Chamber of Commerce Grand Haven-Spring Lake-Ferrysburg, in conjunction with the five local units of government, will honor several area businesses at its Business Recognition Award Luncheon next week.
The 2017-18 Leadership Connect Class graduated May 3 at the local Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Dinner at the Spring Lake Country Club.
As always, it will be located under the Chinook Pier green canopy at the intersection of Harbor Drive and First Street.
The 2017-18 Lakeshore Youth Leadership Connection class held their graduation ceremony and celebration on March 27.
Officials from the local Chamber of Commerce have made the rounds to area municipalities in recent weeks, highlighting details of the 2017 Business Intelligence Report for the Lakeshore region.
FERRYSBURG — Stefanie Herder couldn’t hold back the tears when she was introduced Tuesday afternoon as the recipient of this year’s Athena Young Professional Leadership Award.
Thirteen area women will be honored at this year’s 13th annual Lakeshore Athena Award Luncheon.
SPRING LAKE — With Congress currently on recess, U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga, R-Zeeland, said he’s using the opportunity to check in with his district.
The award was presented by longtime friend Ann Tabor during the annual dinner meeting of the Chamber of Commerce Grand Haven-Spring Lake-Ferrysburg.