Zeeland

Feature Story Entrepreneurs Luciano Hernandez V and his dad, Luciano Hernandez IV, show off their product at the Surge Celebration.
Feature Story Cheri Honderd is the founder and executive director of Hand2Hand.

CFHZ grants to boost services for seniors, patients and youth


Feature Story Lakeshore Food Rescue is expected to annually provide more than 400,000 pounds of food rescued from retailers and farmers. 
Feature Story Lakeshore storyteller Mike Lozon authored 12 historical books over his career.

A tribute to Mike Lozon: The Lakeshore’s storyteller


Feature Story The 2021 Promise Scholars: Ricardo Flores, Ebony Roach, Angel Ruiz, Selena Vazquez, Destinee Phasoukvong, Fredy Rincon Perez, Steve Nguyen, Jennifer Dao, Jacqueline Roman, and Alexis Fuentes.
Feature Story New CFHZ Board Trustees: Erin Zylman, Scott Brooks and Lydia Steeby.
Feature Story Jess Resheske launched Blossoms of Joy, a mobile flower cart.
Feature Story Two outdoor hand sanitizing stations have been placed in high-traffic areas along Main Street

Zeeland Rotary Club gifts hand sanitizing stations to city


Feature Story Woodward Inc. is expanding its aerospace manufacturing capabilities.
Feature Story Alla Dickson is an award-winning artist.
Feature Story While at Grand Valley, Jordan Vanderham developed a mask that makes it easier to breathe while working or playing in below-freezing air.
Feature Story The Café at City on a Hill serves the staff and clients on the Zeeland nonprofit campus.

Lakeshore Advantage awards $1.8M to 187 small businesses


Feature Story Joe Matthews is the Vice President of Purchasing and Diversity Officer for Zeeland-based Gentex Corp.

Lakeshore Advantage launches 'certify your business' video series


Feature Story Heather Winia leads a Groove class.

Building community through dance


Feature Story Zeeland's Strength and Main ad campaign asks customers to pull together for downtown businesses
Feature Story Lakeshore Advantage's Business Solutions Manager Greg King presents the 2020 Business Intelligence report.
Feature Story Magnus Capital Partners' development in Holland Township on Felch Street will also see a mix of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments on an 8-acre site.

Developer builds with ‘missing middle’ workforce in mind


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