Collecting their MyPlates at the Bringing Healthy Back booth at last Thursday’s Early Childhood Carnival in Allegan are (from right) Alicia Chavez of Hopkins with sons Alex and Arlyn as well as Danielle DeVriendt with daughter Dakota. (Photo by Ryan Lewis)
Children got to taste, plant and bring home some nutrition from the Early Childhood Carnival Thursday, June 15, at the Allegan County Area Technical and Education Center in Allegan. New this year, it was all part of the booth for the Bringing Healthy Back committee of the Great Start Collaborative, which organizes the fair.
Volunteers say a prayer before serving a pancake breakfast fundraiser in April when Hungry For Christ first purchased the former Hamilton Eggs facility. (Photo provided)
A food ministry that started from Curt and Tracy Brower’s refrigerator has grown into moving food to the hungry out of a 44,000-square-foot facility in Hamilton.
Volunteers loaded boxes of cereal for distribution to local food pantries on Thursday, June 16, at Hungry for Christ in Hamilton. Pictured in the forefront (from left) are Linda Burton of the Hopkins food pantry and Lindsay Cossey and Emma Kasprzyk of Allegan County’s youth advisory council TAG Team. (Photo by Virginia Ransbottom)
The first Allegan County cereal drive to supply nearly 4,000 school-aged children with enough cereal to last the summer fell short of its goal of 40,000 boxes. With local drop-off locations no longer in service, a second drive is asking for donated boxes of cereal to be directly dropped off at the donor’s local food pantry.
An Allegan Township resident is concerned a screened fence won’t be enough to protect his property from the sites and sounds of a proposed new warehouse and distribution center.
Grant, Brianne and Autumn Goodenough get their photos taken in the 77 VW Photo Booth Bus. (Photos by Virginia Ransbottom)
Allegan’s new canoe/kayak launch on the Kalamazoo River got a workout after 27 kayakers “Kanoed the Kazoo” Saturday, June 18, landing at Hanson Park in time for the ribbon cutting ceremony, behind the Allegan District Library.
A man who attacked his girlfriend with acid in an ambush at her home is not mentally competent to stand trial, according to state examiners. Gregory Alan Marsman, 53, of Fennville is charged with torture, first-degree home invasion, assault with intent to do great bodily harm and domestic violence after the attack.
Collecting their MyPlates at the Bringing Healthy Back booth at last Thursday’s Early Childhood Carnival in Allegan are (from right) Alicia Chavez of Hopkins with sons Alex and Arlyn as well as Danielle DeVriendt with daughter Dakota. (Photo by Ryan Lewis)
Volunteers say a prayer before serving a pancake breakfast fundraiser in April when Hungry For Christ first purchased the former Hamilton Eggs facility. (Photo provided)
Volunteers loaded boxes of cereal for distribution to local food pantries on Thursday, June 16, at Hungry for Christ in Hamilton. Pictured in the forefront (from left) are Linda Burton of the Hopkins food pantry and Lindsay Cossey and Emma Kasprzyk of Allegan County’s youth advisory council TAG Team. (Photo by Virginia Ransbottom)
Grant, Brianne and Autumn Goodenough get their photos taken in the 77 VW Photo Booth Bus. (Photos by Virginia Ransbottom)

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