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The 2015 Community Arts Award Winners Announced
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The Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2015 Community Arts Awards. SEE WHO WILL BE HONORED!

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FACT SHEET: House Republican Budget Bill to Effect Michigan Parks

Construction and repair & rehabilitation projects would be prevented or delayed at the following three national parks in Michigan: Isle Royal National Park; Keweenaw National Historical Park; and Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. READ MORE!

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Greg Jennings Foundation Helps Youth Travel Writers Go Abroad
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Father’s Day at the Library
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FUNdraising Good Times: The Scourge of Nonprofit Fundraising

How do we stop using excuses as a conversation starter, or icebreaker when starting a meeting? We all know people who start conversations by making excuses for why they are late, unprepared, and haven’t completed what they committed to do. First comes the excuse; then comes a focus on the content of the excuse. A meeting to review fundraising progress can turn into a discussion of traffic, construction, family illnesses, the weather, and before you know it 15 minutes have passed. READ MORE!

OnePlace Seeks Community Innovators to Speak on their Work

We know that members of our community are working hard to make Kalamazoo a better place to live and work. That’s why the Kalamazoo Public Library and ONEplace started KICtalks, an event series that spotlights dynamic, innovative endeavors happening right now. READ MORE!

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Kalamazoo’s Black Arts Festival Igniting the Community
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3rd Annual HIDDEN KALAMAZOO Tour
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Production Allows Youth to Share Voices of Kalamazoo
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Community Discussion on Race, Organization Gets New Name

he Southwest Michigan Black Heritage Society announces the new name of the organization – SHARE, which stands for Society for History And Racial Equity. Known since its establishment in 2003 as The Southwest Michigan Black Heritage Society, SHARE is emerging with an expanded mission and vision. READ MORE!

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