As the Brothers of Epsilon Xi celebrate the 55th Chapter Anniversary, they want to honor Dr. Martha Warfield for the support and love she has extended to generations of Alpha as well as countless other students at WMU both past and present. READ MORE!
When the groom goes missing without a word, Mike and Slim struggle to find their nervous friend and return him to his impatient bride before the wedding begins. TAKE PART IN THIS FUN FILM DISCUSSION!
“The issue of birth outcomes in the City of Flint before and after the water source change is an important one,” said Sarah Lyon-Callo, Director of the Bureau of Epidemiology within the Population Health Administration, MDHHS. “We’re grateful to our partners in Genesee County for lending their expertise and input as we analyzed these data.” READ MORE!
While viral suppression prevents the sexual transmission of HIV, condoms and/or pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) use are also important HIV prevention strategies. READ MORE ON WHAT THESE AGENCIES ARE DOING!
Contributed from the Community Homeworks website: https://communityhomeworks.org/education/ Community Homeworks offers organized classes for homeowners looking to keep on top of minor repairs they can do themselves.
Board responsibilities are addressed through policies, and in the bylaws and articles of incorporation (available at http://www.kalamazoocity.org/ffedocs) to ensure the integrity of the Foundation for the good of the public and its financial contributors. READ MORE!
Habitat for Humanity’s 203rd homeowner family will dedicate their new home on Sunday, October 15. The home at 1130 Portage Court in Kalamazoo’s Edison neighborhood. READ MORE!
Learn more about breast cancer and health. READ MORE!
New and gently used twin- and full-sized blankets are being collected now for this year’s Homeless Health Fair and VA Stand Down, set for Friday, Oct. 20. The event is organized by the Calhoun County Homeless Coalition, comprised of about 20 community organizations, including the City of Battle Creek. READ MORE!