Rockford choirs recognized

As far as the Michigan School Vocal Music Association (MSVMA) is concerned, Rockford may just be the top choir program in the State. This year, Rockford High School had three choirs selected as part of the top-14 choirs in Michigan. Each year MSVMA selects the top choirs to perform at a special gala recital as […]

News Bits—April 29, 2010

Bayes named MWQA president The Michigan Water Quality Association announced recently that Terry Bayes of Bayes Water Treatment in Sparta has been elected their Association president for 2010. For more information about the Association, visit their website at miwqa.org. Seminar explores vaccinations myths, truths Independent vaccination researcher Mary Tocco will be the speaker at a […]

Rockford Register — April 29, 2010

Thursday, April 29 Pink Polo Power—6 p.m. at Rockford High School Natatorium to raise money for Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The Lady Rams varsity and JV water polo teams will host two games against Zeeland, decked in pink caps with pink balls and plenty of pink polo power. Event also includes contests, games, […]

A Message for You — April 29, 2010

Your way, or God’s way? by PASTOR DICK RILEY Rockford United Methodist Church A little boy was having difficulty in learning the alphabet. He just couldn’t get his ABCs in the right order. One day, after a particularly stressful learning session with his mother, in which very little was accomplished, the little boy complained, “Mom, […]

Hoskins named Geographic Bee semifinalist by National Society

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For several years Algoma Christian School has participated in the Michigan Geographic Bee. For the first time ever, a student from the school has earned his way as a semifinalist. Seventh-grader Jacob Hoskins, son of Dan and Laureen Hoskins, has been notified by the Natioah through eighth-grade students throughout the state to determine each school’s […]