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May 16 Fundraiser to Support ‘Boogie Bugle Boy’ Sculpture in Muskegon

A fundraiser to create a memorial sculpture in downtown Muskegon honoring Muskegon native Clarence Zylman, the inspiration behind the famous 1940s song, “The Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy,” is set for Tuesday, May 16, from 6-7 p.m. in the Lakeshore Museum, 430 Clay Ave. The event, which features music and is free and open to the […]

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Networking Event to Connect Area Businesses with Valuable Resources April 25

A special networking event designed to connect Muskegon area businesses with local, regional, and state resources will be held on Tuesday, April 25, from 7:45-10 a.m. at the Muskegon Country Club, 2810 Lakeshore Drive. Co-sponsored by the Muskegon Business Resource Team (BRT) and the Michigan Economic Development Corp (MEDC), the event, which includes breakfast and […]

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Local Community Foundations Donate $105,000 to Makerspace in MCC Downtown Center

The Grand Haven Area Community Foundation has donated $75,000 and the Community Foundation for Muskegon County (CFFMC) has donated $30,000 to support the makerspace inside Muskegon Community College’s Rooks|Sarnicola Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies in downtown Muskegon. Set to open in January 2018, the Institute is part of MCC’s Downtown Center, which is currently undergoing a […]

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Men of Color Achievement Conference at MCC on April 28

The first-ever Muskegon Community College Men of Color Achievement Conference will take place on campus from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, April 28. Jahquan Hawkins, author of Finding My Way: A Practical Guide to College Success and a noted researcher in minority male educational achievement, will be the keynote speaker. Registration for the […]

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MCC Justice Series Looks at “Too Poor to Pay: Debtors’ Prison” April 20

The popular “…And Justice for All” series at Muskegon Community College continues on Thursday, April 20, with a panel discussion of “Too Poor to Pay: Debtors’ Prison.” Community members are encouraged to attend the free event, which begins at 6 p.m. in Stevenson Center Room 1100. The panelists will address the consequences of bail, tickets, […]

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Terri Tchorzynski Named 2017 MCC Distinguished Alumnus

Muskegon Community College alumna Terri Knoll Tchorzynski (tor-ZIN-ski), a counselor at the Calhoun Area Career Center (CACC) in Battle Creek who was named the nation’s 2017 School Counselor of the Year, has been chosen as MCC’s 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient. Tchorzynski will be honored on Monday, May 1, at the Alumni Awards Dinner on […]

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Rudy Bartels to Receive First MCC Alumni Achievement Award

Muskegon Community College will present its inaugural Alumni Achievement Award, an honor recognizing professional achievement by one of its graduates from the past 15 years, to Rudy Bartels, Class of 2007, for his significant accomplishments in the fields of geography and climatology. Bartels will be honored on Monday, May 1, at the Alumni Awards Dinner […]

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