The WGVU Morning Show

Homeless Man
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Partnering to End Homelessness with guests from Mel Trotter about the topic of Homelessness in West Michigan. Dennis VanKampen and Tom McGovern from Rockford Construction join us today to talk about how businesses and non-profits can partner together to help address homelessness in our city.

Wheel Run Together 5K is a charity 5K organized by GVSU physical therapy students each year. All profits from this race go to benefit Alternatives in Motion, a non-profit organization that seeks to provide quality used wheelchairs and more to those in financial need. GVSU PT students Adam Epstein and Daniel Swanson join us.

It's the annual chili cook-off at the B.O.B, this 7th Annual Chilly Blues and Brews (East) takes place on Saturday. We talk to Brewer John Svoboda and Katrina Danko.

The 2019 Cottage and Lakefront Living Show is happening this weekend, West Michigan's only show completely devoted to the Cottage Lifestyle. We talk to Dawn Baker, Show manager.

All About Holland

15 hours ago

All About Holland, discussing arts and cultural happenings in Holland with the Holland Area Art Council's Mary Sundstrom.

We talk about Kent School Services Network and its strategy for Family Engagement. Guests include Jose Luis Orozco, Bianca Edwards and Sarah Schantz.

The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society raises funds through their Man/Woman of the Year competition. We talk to Candidate Shannon DeYoung who shares her personal journey this morning.

We continue to spotlight those who are vying for the Man/Woman of the Year for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. We talk to candidate Jason Sweet today.

Michigan author Natalie Ruth Joynton joins us to discuss her memoir, ‘Welcome to Replica Dodge.’

Nonprofit Navigation

Mar 15, 2019
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The Johnson Center for Philanthropy is changing its approach to training for nonprofits, offering a Leadership Lab starting next month. We talk to Program Manager Tamela Spicer this morning.