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Hurricane Harvey: How you can help

05

Sep

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                      Hurricane Harvey left behind a catastrophic trail of widespread flooding and damage along the Gulf Coast and in Texas. If you would like to help with a donation, the Council on Foundations has put together a list of organizations:   • City of Houston: Hurricane

Larry A. Coulouris Memorial Scholarship

31

Jul

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Larry was born on June 13, 1925, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada but has lived in Saginaw for six decades. Larry served in the Canadian Navy as a radio telegrapher and then attended McGill University in Montreal. After arriving in Saginaw, Larry worked for 45 years in the hospitality business as owner and operator of Larry’s

Lawrence C. Hazen, D.O. Scholarship Fund

31

Jul

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Larry graduated from Arthur Hill High School, Class of 1961 and Central Michigan University in 1965 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. In 1969, he graduated from Kirksville College of Osteopathy and Surgery. Larry served a one-year internship at Saginaw Osteopathic Hospital and a three-year residency in Ophthalmology in Florida. Larry returned to

It Takes a Village: Lawnchair Film Festival

22

Jun

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For the past 14 years, hundreds if not thousands of folks have been gathering in a parking lot in Old Town Saginaw on Sunday evenings during the summer. They bring blankets, chairs and even an occasional sofa to enjoy movies projected on a screen attached to the side of a building. The free event: The

It Takes a Village: Angels Among Us, Inc.

22

Jun

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From a national perspective, most municipal animal shelters no longer have the means or the readiness to support the persistently high number of felines arriving at their facilities. Locally here in Saginaw County, our animal control shelter shares in these statistics. Annually, Saginaw County Animal Control Center admits more felines than they can humanely house

It Takes a Village: Hartley Outdoor Education Center

22

Jun

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The sounds. The woods. The wildlife. A simple mention of the name “Hartley” brings a smile to most faces with the memories of a first trip to the wooded outdoor education center located in St. Charles during elementary school.   “If you were a student in Saginaw County, coming to Hartley was an iconic part

It Takes a Village: Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy

22

Jun

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Imagine easily accessible kayak and canoe launches, woodland trails, and regularly programmed events for youth to play and learn in nature, all integrated into existing urban environments. A grant awarded last year to the Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy for its Outdoor Urban Recreation (O.U.R.) Saginaw hopes to transform vacant, neglected, or under-utilized spaces into portals

Joe Hodson Memorial Scholarship

11

May

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Biography to come.          

Dennis A. Miner Scholarship

21

Apr

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Dennis A Miner dedicated his life’s work to children. Dennis began his career in teaching and later served as principal at Shields Elementary School for 36 years until his retirement in 2010. He was deeply respected and admired by colleagues, and his students knew that he cared for each of them. “Denny” will always be

Robert Dale Urbain Memorial Scholarship

10

Apr

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The Robert Dale Urbain Memorial Scholarship was established by his friends and family in remembrance of Rob’s passion for education and the giving life he embodied. The recipient of this scholarship will have a passion for education and be a graduate of St. Charles Community Schools.   Robert Dale Urbain grew up in St. Charles,

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