News & Events
Great things are happening in Muskegon County. Visit this page often for the latest news, announcements, current deadlines, updates on recent events, or to find out what’s coming up next.
Muskegon celebrates the unveiling of ‘Mastodons on the Loose’
Moxie the mastodon and her babies are whimsical and fun, but they also provide a very real chance for us to pause and connect with our history, to remember that we are one small chapter in a story filled with the people, creatures and places that have existed before us—and the ones that will exist after us.
‘One in a million’: Sherman Poppen, inventor of the Snurfer, remembered as a ‘driving force’ in Muskegon who changed thousands of students’ lives
Thank you, Sherm, for giving our community, our students, and our world wings. Thank you for reminding us that, in all of us, and in each our neighbors, there is a person worth loving, celebrating and empowering. You will be so very missed.
Governor Whitmer names Jocelyn Hines Youth Volunteer of the Year
A passionate advocate for women, people of color, and prosperity in our community, Jocelyn is the Program Officer at the Community Foundation and is a natural-born leader who has dedicated her life to organizing strong community neighborhoods and being a bold voice for social justice.
thursday, November 28, 2019
Community Foundation offices will be closed on Thursday, November 28, and Friday, November 29, 2019. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!
24th Annual MLK Unity Breakfast
friday, January 17, 2020
Muskegon Community College
Muskegon Community College is hosting the 23rd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Unity Breakfast with keynote speaker Anne Bailey, author of The Weeping Time: Memory and the Largest Slave Auction in American History.
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