Pretty Lake Camp is celebrating 100! Join in the fun! READ MORE!
Join the Merze Tate Explorers in their 1st Creating Memories event: Mothers & Daughters Paint Party. READ MORE! REGISTER TODAY!
Publisher, author, brings stories to life to inspire others to honor their local history. READ MORE ABOUT THIS THURSDAY, MARCH 17TH PRESENTATION!
The debut of the new children’s book, “Benjamin Losford and His Handy Dandy Clippers, was met with amazing community support! READ MORE!
Benjamin was just a toddler when his father Abraham escaped slavery on a Boone County, Kentucky plantation with nothing more than the clothes on his back, and his barber clippers. Young Ben had heard stories that his father promised to one day return for him and his sister. READ MORE ABOUT THIS NEW CHILDREN’S BOOK BASED ON A TRUE STORY!
Adventure Awaits! Find out more about the Merze Tate Explorers’ and the 4th Annual Travel Writers Academy! READ MORE…FIND OUT ABOUT HOW TO APPLY TODAY!
Wow! We are so excited about the opportunities our girls have to travel the world! Check out this story by Michigan Public Radio’s Dustin
Thanks to the Greg Jennings Foundation, Natasha Mahonie, along with friend and fellow youth travel writer, Claire Khabeiry, will be the first International Travel Writers of the Merze Tate Travel Club. READ MORE!
Girls from throughout Michigan who are in grades 4th-10th, are invited to audition for a spot on the media team of the 3rd Annual Travel Writers Academy. Those interested in interviewing for the academy are invited to register by phone to receive an audition time on Saturday, April 18th at the Kalamazoo Valley Museum, 230 N. Rose St. in Kalamazoo. Girls are asked to bring a cell phone, camera, video camera, or other recording devises (if available) for use during the auditions. READ MORE!
Girls in grades 4th-10th in the fall of 2015 are eligible to apply for a spot on the news team. Sign up for a chance to interview for a spot on the team! READ MORE!