CABA Treasure Hunt donations go to a good cause


Don Kurylowicz, of the Gristmill and Honey Creek Inn; Jim Blackall of the Topp Stopp; dad Joe Kirk; Linda Anderson of ChoiceOne Bank; Sam Kirk, 15 (who found the coin); Molly Kirk, 12; Olivia Kirk, 17; Anna Kirk, 10, and mom Robin Kirk. They are pictured with the giant check for $1,000 in free gas. […]

Cub Scout pack enjoy Pickerel Lake hike


On Sunday, October 21, 2012, members of Cub Scout Pack 3264, chartered by the Rockford Lions Club, participated in the Pack’s annual Pickerel Lake Hike. The boys, who draw from Parkside Elementary, Valley View Elementary, Our Lady of Consolation and various home-schooled families, participated in a variety of activities on their way to earning their […]

Volunteers needed to work with the disabled on the ski slopes


Each year, the Cannonsburg Challenged Ski Association (CCSA), provides lessons and the use of adaptive downhill ski equipment to people with disabilities in West Michigan. A chapter of “Disabled Sports USA”, CCSA is staffed entirely by unpaid volunteers. Volunteers are essential to the operation and success of CCSA, who provides volunteer training as well as […]

Local organization established to further mental health education and suicide prevention

Rockford HOPE is a grassroots organization, begun by concerned citizens from the Rockford area. The impetus for the Rockford HOPE Group is the desire for a positive and measured response to the multiple, tragic losses of students and adults in our community during the past few years. HOPE is an acronym for “Helping Others through […]

Rockford Reformed Church to host Thanksgiving dinner


Community is invited to enjoy a turkey dinner with all the trimmings   Rockford Reformed Church has been a part of the Rockford community since 1959. They are an outreach-focused congregation and truly enjoy being involved in the community. For the 6th year in a row, the church hopes to once again serve 150+ patrons […]