By Meredith Smillie SkeeTown CrossFit presented to Rotary the benefits of maintaining a healthy lifestyle and how fitness prevents chronic illness. Nate and Erica shared
For those who think our badges might be a bit too small to read clearly, our two newly-inducted members display the alternative.  Jocelyn Hines (sponsor
By RIM Reporter Diane Van Epps As soon as Jackie Fisher introduced her,  everyone just knew they’d be liking last week’s program.  Something about Benny’s
Molly Kennedy  speaks about life’s  obstacles and the concept of RESILIENCE, developing a growth mindset, and being aware of “your twenty cent”, your”paradigms” on how
Gary Nelund bestowed the first Paul Harris Fellowship Award to Scott Speck, Conductor and Music Director of the West Michigan Symphony. Scott is a Fulbright
Dan Israel, president and owner of The Muskegon Lumberjacks, below, outlined their goal:  “To be the best junior hockey organization in the world, on and
With highest number of opioid overdose deaths in the State of Michigan (52 in 2014-15, 30.09 per 100,000 people) and 8th in the nation, Muskegon
Occupational Therapy Assistant Kendra Teunis is a first-year member of the Rotaract Club of Baker College of Muskegon. She is majoring in and has become