September, 2014


How to Be an Upstander and How to Start a Campaign

A painting created by a student that says "Don't Stand by Stand Up!"The Anti-Bullying Task Force, in partnership with the Michigan Department of Civil Rights (MDCR) and Northwestern Michigan College, will host the 3rd Annual Anti-Bullying Conference in Traverse City on Friday, October 17.

North Country Community Mental Health to Host Traveling Art Show

the logo of North Country Community Mental HealthNorth Country Community Mental Health will be hosting the Michigan Association of Community Mental Health Boards’ (MACMHB) statewide traveling art show, “Creative Minds Changing Minds,” during the month of October in Bellaire, Gaylord, Kalkaska and Petoskey. The show will be ...

Snow Removal Efforts to be Discussed at Snow Summit on Sept. 25 in TC

Snow CrewThe City of Traverse City is hosting a “Snow Summit” to discuss how our community can work together to manage snow removal. The conversation will take place on Thursday, September 25th at 5:00 PM in the Second Floor Training ...

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