As the door shut and all team personnel entered the Ionia Bulldogs locker room following Monday’s game, a loud, celebratory shout, followed by the blaring of the song “All I do is Win,” could be heard from the Portland basketball court.
It was an energy-packed celebration as the Bulldogs (6-10) took down the favored Central Montcalm Green Hornets (12-5) in the first round of the Portland girls basketball districts on Monday, 52-41. The Bulldogs, who struggled to put up prolific offensive numbers for most of the season, scored their second-highest point total of the year in the victory.
There’s something about browsing through fresh produce and delicious home-baked goods under the warmth of a bright, sunny Michigan spring morning. Neighbors ambling about, chatting over a cup of coffee before bidding on auction items.
West Michigan Works will host an agribusiness job fair from 9 a.m. to noon on Thursday. The virtual job fair will occur online, where job seekers can discuss their skills and qualifications with hiring managers with immediate hiring needs. Participating employers include Herbrucks, Hearthside Food Solutions, Kelloggs, Michigan Turkey, Kent Quality Foods, Dykhuis Farms Inc., Roskam Baking Company. Registration is open through Wednesday.
In observance of Certified Nurses Day on March 19, Spectrum Health United and Kelsey Hospital nurses shared the significance of gaining additional knowledge through extra certification.
Over 40 registered nurses at United and Kelsey hospitals have achieved a nursing certification, demonstrating professionalism and excellence. Certified Nurses Day is March 19, the birthday of nurse credentialing expert and advocate Margarette Madden.