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October 19. 2011
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Rapid Growth's October Speaker Series takes a look at the state of our Grand Rapids public schools, the role of schools in revitalizing Michigan neighborhoods, and what is on the horizon.
Did you know that Grand Rapids Public Schools had over 1000 people participate in its recent 5 year Strategic Plan?
Did you know that Grand Rapids Public Schools has more public/private partnerships than any other district in the State?
The CMC IT team is proud to announce the launch of GRCF's GrantOff! The Community Foundation came to us with the idea of creating a section of the site to allow people to vote between two nonprofits with the winner getting a free $1,000 grant. Together we took the initial idea of "crowd sourced philanthropy" and worked it to include quick videos of the nonprofits; tie-ins with Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube; and a vote bar so you can see how each non-profit is doing.
Clicking on the simple Vote button counts as a single vote, but since...
Grand Rapids 2nd Ward City Commissioner Rosalynn Bliss talks to Safe Haven Ministries Program Director, Kylene Dalton-Koons, MSW about Domestic Violence awareness.
The CMC is proud to join the Grand Rapids Historical Commission in announcing their latest book Glance at the Past: An Album of Grand Rapids History. You may be asking yourself why the IT team is announcing a book, but this is no normal book. Different pages within the book contain QR codes, which direct you to a mobile site built by the IT team. From there you can read more about the topic, view additional historical images, even listen to podcasts which were recorded through WYCE.
Videos brought to you by GRTV
Casey Stratton covered several amazing Tori Amos songs as part of the Wealthy Theatre Centennial Concert Series on August 24, 2011.
You can also watch Crucify and Lady In Blue on our AV Media Page.