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Workshops begin March 8 and March 15!
Kalamazoo County students are up to something big
by Jeanne Baron
February 28, 2014 | WMU News
KALAMAZOO—Kalamazoo County youth are set to create something big next month—something really big.
Two teams of up to 40 students in grades four through eight will be making art for a massive sculpture that celebrates creativity, diversity and community among the county's youth. A limited number of seats remain open for the free workshops, all of which take place from 12:45 to 4 p.m. Saturdays in the gymnasium of St. Joseph Parish, 930 Lake St. in Kalamazoo. [click here to read more]
The Walker Institute is proud to introduce www.mivoices.org, the premier source for information on poverty in Michigan.
Tim Ready presents Kalamazoo United for Shared Prosperity: Basic Principles and Proposed Strategy to Kalamazoo City Commission [click here]
Together Kalamazoo Arts Program registration form [click here]
Tim Ready presents new data on the trends and demography of poverty in Kalamazoo at College of Health and Human Services Poverty Reduction Seminar, February 4, 2014 [click here]
WIRE Sports Winter 2014 registration form [click here]