The WGVU Morning Show

Today on the grounds of GRAM, the Greater Grand Rapids Women's History Council offers voter registration in honor of Women's Equality Day. Susan Coombes from the GRAM discusses this celebration of the passage of the 19th amendment which gave women the right to vote.

Baby Buggy Walk

Aug 25, 2015

The Micah Center presents the first annual Baby Buggy Walk as part of Infant Mortality Awareness Month.  We discuss the particulars with Ruquaiyah Rogers, part of the Health Advocacy Team.

Grant Me Hope

Aug 25, 2015
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Grant Me Hope is a local organization whose goal is to aid older foster children in finding a forever family. We talk about An Evening with Brad Stine benefitting the organization and more. Jared Rodriguez is our guest. 

Tourist Talk

Aug 25, 2015
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Tourist Talk, monthly talking about  what to see and where to head over the next 30 days in Michigan. Promote Michigan's Dianna Stampfler talks about Michigan boating and the Fall Pure Michigan Travel Guide. 

We talk about living with Parkinson’s Disease. Guests are in studio on behalf of Evergreen.

GRPS Happenings

Aug 25, 2015
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GRPS

Every month we talk to guests on behalf of the Grand Rapids Public School System. We talk back to school time and on a bond issue.

Give Camp

Aug 25, 2015
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Give Camp provides free tech solutions to Michigan Nonprofit organizations. The event is held in October and nonprofits must apply. We speak with those involved, including Keri Amlotte and Michelle Suchovsky. 

Muscle Walk

Aug 25, 2015
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The Muscular Dystrophy Association Muscle walk takes place October 3rd at Davenport University.  Guests join us in studio to tell us more.   

Healthy Headlines

Aug 24, 2015

Healthy Headlines, monthly speaking with guests from the Kent County Health Department. Today, more on sun protection and back to school health. 

Lakeshore Boat Show

Aug 24, 2015

Don't miss the 10th annual Lakeshore Boat Show, a vintage show presented by the Holland Museum, a glimpse into the history of West Michigan's Boating Industry.  Geoffrey Reynolds from the Museum joins us to discuss. 

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