The weekly COVID-19 testing and vaccine clinics held on Tuesdays at Glen Oaks Community College will be moved to the foyer of Ken Schuler Court (Gymnasium) beginning with the February 1 clinic.
From the family of Emmasayge Thomas: “The world lost an incredibly bright light in December, when our darling sprite Emmasayge took her own life. She was an empathetic, wise, and beautiful soul…so very strong, sensitive, loving, honest & kind. Her wisdom was surpassed only by her humor, and her laugh was joyful & infectious.”
The Glen Oaks Viking logo will be taking on a new look. The college’s board of trustees recently approved moving forward with rebranding the logo used primarily for Viking athletics.
Glen Oaks recently announced its outstanding scholars for the Fall 2021 Semester. Check out the complete list here.
As freezing temperatures continue to envelop the Three Rivers area, a group of hardworking volunteers has already begun to plan the 2022 65th annual Three Rivers Water Festival.
WSV reader Jonathan Rice writes, “The old Blackberrys stopped working a little while ago. I remember the first time I saw someone use a Blackberry, I was with a coworker. She pulled out a calculator, did some math, and then she put the calculator up to her ear and started talking to herself. ‘Oh s**t,’ I thought. She’s lost it.”
Colon Downtown Development Authority recently announced it’s making big moves to drive visitors with a new website and branding done by Circa Design. DDA members say the milestone is a major move for Colon on its mission to bring the “Magic Capital of the World” back into the national spotlight.
Glen Oaks Community College has welcomed six new staff hires in the Student Services department over the past few months. Here’s a little information about each of them.
Members of the community have just two more dates before the holiday closure to take advantage of the COVID-19 testing and vaccination clinics at Glen Oaks Community College.
The hardworking staff of Watershed Voice will be spending the upcoming holiday with family, and will not be asked to publish content on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday of this week to give them ample time to do so.
“This surge is seemingly unending, and we’re told it might not peak until Christmas. If people are waiting for the system to break, I’d argue we’re probably there. We’re caring for so many people in the ER that people are leaving the waiting room before they get seen. People are going to three different hospitals to be seen.” — Dr. Rob Davidson, West Michigan emergency physician
New hours for the free COVID-19 testing and vaccine clinics at Glen Oaks Community College are Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. through December 14.
The United Community Assistance Program (UCAP) expresses its thanks for a generous donation recently made by the International Paper Company of Three Rivers.
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The Riviera Theatre has a full calendar of events scheduled for the month of November including its annual ode to snow with Warren Miller’s Winter Starts Now. Find all of the pertinent details here.
Students at Glen Oaks Community College will travel to Italy for the 2022 Study Abroad tour, and those in the community who may be interested in joining along are welcome. During the 12-day excursion, the group will visit Venice, Florence, Pompeii, Sorrento, Assisi and Rome.
The Glen Oaks Community College Foundation is accepting scholarship applications from new and returning Glen Oaks students for the 2022-23 academic year.
Glen Oaks Community College plans to celebrate two campus projects in an event called “Transformation X2,” on Thursday, November 11 from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.