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New Hope College "Awakening" Faith-Formation Program for High School Students Is Running June 12-17

HOLLAND – Awakening, a new summer institute at Hope College for high school students, is running throughout the week of Sunday-Friday, June 12-17.

                        The program is a gathering of high school students from across the country representing four states and 11 cities.  The participating students have come from Illinois, Indiana, South Carolina and Michigan to be a part of the week-long gathering to grow their skills in the worship arts (dance, music, art, songwriting) and further their relationship with God and the new friends they encounter during the week.

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Hope College Professor's Book Chapter Examines "The Greatest High School Game Ever"

HOLLAND – As a basketball player since childhood, coach and sport historian, Dr. Chad Carlson of the Hope College kinesiology faculty found much to admire in the legendary 1965 match-up between DeMatha Catholic High School of Hyattsville, Maryland, and Power Memorial Academy of New York City.

Tulip Dig Returns

Tulip Dig Returns

Rain or shine the community is invited to dig up some gorgeous tulip bulbs to transplant into your own garden or yard.

Bring your bucket & pitchfork to any of the three different locations, Window on the Waterfront, the large tulip field at Windmill Island Gardens or Centennial Park on Saturday, June 4 beginning at 9:00am.

There is free admission from 9:00am – noon. Cost for the bulbs are $10 for a 5-gallon bucket, where guests can dig up bulbs to plant on their own property.

Visit: www.hollandinbloom.com for more information.

Hope College Chapter of Psychology Honor Society Wins Leadership Award

HOLLAND – The Hope College chapter of Psi Chi – The International Honor Society in Psychology has won the society’s 2015-16 Kay Wilson Officer Team Leadership Award, recognized from among about 1,100 collegiate and university chapters in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, Ireland and New Zealand.

 The award was presented to the Hope chapter’s student officer team of the recently concluded school year for demonstrating excellence in leadership and realizing the potential of Psi Chi to develop future leaders in psychology.  It is named for Kay Wilson, who was executive officer of Psi Chi from 1991 to 2003, and her commitment to leadership development and collaboration.  The recognition includes a plaque and a check for $2,000 to be split between the chapter and the officers.

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NSF Support Helps Hope College "Nuclear Group" Involve Students in Science Discoveries

HOLLAND – A new major research grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to the Nuclear Group at Hope College continues three decades of support from the agency, a long-time run which if not unique is at the very least rare, reflecting the quality of the work being conducted.

 The Nuclear Group has received more than $3 million from the NSF since garnering its first grant in 1986, in addition to receiving funding from other sources.  The latest NSF award is for $311,507 and will provide support through May 2019.

New Grant to Hope College Funds Third Consecutive November "Big Read" Program

HOLLAND – The West Michigan community will have a new opportunity this fall to explore a literary work in-depth through events and discussion, thanks to a broad-based coalition of area organizations and a third consecutive award to Hope College through “The Big Read,” a program of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).

Hope is one of 77 nonprofit organizations to receive a grant to host an NEA Big Read project between September 2016 and June 2017.  This year’s program, running across the first three weeks in November, will focus on “Brother, I’m Dying,” Edwidge Danticat’s memoir telling the story of her uncle and father as they build a future for themselves and their families, one brother in Haiti and the other in America.

Great Lakes Kite Festival Returns

Great Lakes Kite Festival Returns

The State Park in Grand Haven comes to life with incredible kite performances this weekend. Don’t miss the fun!

For the 28th year, the world’s best kite flyers - individuals, pairs & teams will be performing continuously on Saturday, May 21 from 10am – 5pm & Sunday, May 22 from 11am – 5pm.

Kite enthusiast and their families are invited to experience different size kites with amazing capabilities controlled by professional kite handlers. There will also be an Open Flying Field to fly your own kite.

Grand Haven State Park is located at 1001 Harbor Avenue in Grand Haven, Michigan 49417.

Call: 1-866-428-2335 or visit www.mackite.com for more information.