Top 3 Misconceptions about Cruising

By Lori Visser, Travel Specialist   1: Cruise ships are “germ factories”, I’ll get sick on-board. 2: I get seasick; I wouldn’t be able to stay on a ship that long. 3: There’s nothing to do, I’ll feel trapped. I have realized that there are basically three types of people when it comes to cruises. […]

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Rockford Area Historical Society News and Updates

Terry Konkle – President   The first Rockford Area Historical Society (RAHS) Newsletter (Powerhouse Post) of the new 2015 was sent out to members at the end of January. Because membership renewals are due at the beginning of each year, an envelope with the society address on it was enclosed to make it easier to […]

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Affordable Health Screenings Coming to Rockford, Michigan

Residents living in and around the Rockford, Michigan can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, and other chronic, serious conditions with affordable screenings by Life Line Screening. Rockford United Methodist Church will host this community event on 2/27/2015. The site is located at 159 Maple Street in Rockford. Steve Hennigar of Oscoda, […]

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Priority Health First to Support Direct Access to Physical Therapy

Grand Rapids, MI – February 11, 2015 – People that are suffering from constant back pain, dealing with a recurring sports injury, or simply looking for an alternative means to healthcare can now seek treatment directly from a physical therapist, without receiving a referral from their physician, thanks to the statewide Direct Consumer Access Bill, […]

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2015 REGIONAL SCHOLASTIC ART AWARD RECIPIENTS

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Competition has been established for over 90 years and has grown to be the longest-running, most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in the U.S. In addition, it is also the largest source of scholarships for young artists and writers. Since its founding, the competition has identified the early […]

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