Big Brothers Big Sisters, A Community of Caring is excited to announce plans for the 40th Annual Benefit Dinner. The June 19th milestone event will feature Western Michigan University’s new football coach Tim Lester as Guest Speaker. READ MORE!
A chance encounter with a Boy Scout representative turned into a lifelong career as a professional Scouter for Don Shepard.
“At a National Jamboree in 1985 I ran into a loaned executive. He stopped a buddy of mine and I and asked if we knew about professional Scouting,” Shepard said. “My buddy and I joined Scouting after college as professionals.”
Shepard will take over leadership of the Michigan Crossroads Council (MCC) on May 1 as its new Scout Executive, replacing Matthew Thornton who stepped down in December to take a new assignment in Los Angeles, Calif. Shepard is currently Scout Executive for the Daniel Webster Council based in Manchester, New Hampshire. READ MORE!
4th Annual Girls Can! Magazine features state and international adventures of Michigan girls! 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!