Rockford freshman baseball wins Jenison/Grandville Invitational

The Rockford freshman baseball team of (front, l–r) Hunter Feringa, Matt Boonstra, Max Crimp, Brandon Nostrant, Ian Stankus; (middle) Mark Laprairie, Brad Sokol, Kevin Schremp; (back) Joe Belliel, Coach Lance Boehm, Nick Street, Jesse Edick, Coach Joe Schwander, Chris Ryan, Jake Nelson, Ronnie Searl, Christian Reid and Brandon Lubenow celebrate their victories over Grand Ledge, Traverse City West and Coldwater.

The Rockford freshman baseball team won the Jenison/Grandville Invitational held on Saturday, May 16. In their first game against Grand Ledge, the score was tied 1-1 until the bottom of the fifth inning. The Rams won 2-1 behind solid pitching by Christian Reid. In game two against Traverse City West, Mark LaPrairie and Max Crimp […]

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Rockford middle school boys water polo team ends season at 10-0

Rockford middle school boys water polo team

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Classifieds — May 21, 2009

HELP WANTED Farm help wanted, part-time. (616) 862-3020.      p21 _____________________ Stites Eye Care in Rockford is looking for a personable, outgoing part-time optical assistant to compliment our great team. Drop off resumes to our office at 6840 Northway Drive in Rockford.       b22 ______________________ Supervision/Tutor needed for a ten-year-old girl. Would like someone 16 years or […]

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Rockford Register — May 21, 2009

Thursday, May 21 Great Pond & Koi Society of West Michigan Meeting-6:30 p.m. at the Kent/MSU Extension Office, 755 Ball Ave., Grand Rapids, featuring a tour of the Grand Ideas Garden and Pond. Open to the public. Make reservations by calling Mary at (616) 698-1030 or Joyce at (616) 754-9759.  Saturday, May 23 Blood Drive-10 […]

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Relay ‘magnetism’ begins Friday at 3 p.m. Relay ‘magnetism’ begins Friday at 3 p.m.

Marine Color Guard walks last year's Relay For Life.

Five City staff to walk 24 hours in honor of officer diagnosed with lymphoma   Rockford police officer Ian Graham isn’t sure how long he’ll be at this year’s Relay For Life, which begins at 3 p.m. Friday, May 15. He thinks he’ll still be pretty sick from Wednesday’s chemo treatment.     The 30-year-old […]

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