One young boy is making a huge difference for kids in our community.
Learn to write a winning proposal with a grant writing class.
A unique opportunity, put on by the Ionia ISD, will allow girls to explore new careers for their future.
Ionia Quilt show will help provide books for local kids.
Supporters are needed to join teens to build playground for students with disabilities. Cocoa and cookies party will help.
Martin Luther King Jr. said “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” Michigan One Community Credit …
IM Kids 3rd Meal is committed to ending childhood hunger in Ionia and Montcalm counties.
Local students are stepping up, and lending a hand for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
In January, local students will spend a week demonstrating the many ways it is “Cool to be Kind”.
One small community has shown they can give back in big ways. Here’s a look back at how Ionia lives local and gives local.
Give the gift of warmth to local children in need. Donations are needed through January 7, 2015.
Looking for ways to give back this holiday season? Here’s a great way to help local kids.
The youth-led conference brings experts from around the state, and is part of State Farm’s ‘Celebrate My Drive’ initiative.
A fun way for parents to gather, learn and share their experiences with the Montcalm County Great Start Parent Coalition.
Students celebrate and learn about safe driving though the Drive to Survive Statewide Conference.
Hands on driving simulators, key note speakers from across the state teach about distracted driving to teens.