Take a look at our upcoming events!!
Mark Your Calendars
Second Thursday of the Month
Location: Pipeline Smokehouse (upper level dinning room)
October 11, 2017
November 9, 2017 December 14, 2017
9041 US 31 West Olive.
Time: 6:30 - 8:00
Join us for casual conversation, beverages and dinner with friends. Children are welcome, however, there is no childcare.
Save the Date
2017 Golf Outing
Speaker Series: Free and open to the public unless specified. Topics are relevant to parents, family members, educators, and professionals. Childcare is not provided.
September 23, 2017
Grand Haven Golf Club
Grand Haven, MI
Golfer Registration is close. Plan to join us at 3:00pm for the 19th Hole Party. Our 19th Hole party is open to the public and begins at 3:00. Appetizers and cash bar will be on hand during our live and silent auction. Always a fun day!
Speaker Series Kickoff
October 10, 2017
Boys and Girls Club of Holland
435 VanRaalte Avenue, Holland
Anthony Ianni: Relentless Tour
The Relentless Tour with Anthony Ianni is a first of its kind grass roots initiative designed to help eradicate bullying in Michigan and beyond. Bullying is something that affects everyone in one form or another. Additionally, individuals with autism are one of the highest targeted groups to be the victims of a bully. Numbers range from 65-90%. Anthony will share his personal story as it relates to bullying.
This event is open to the community. Target audience - teens
October 10, 2017
Hazel B. Hayes Auditorium, Herrick District Library,
300 S. River, Holland
Anthony Ianni - Live Your Dreams: Facing Adversity
Anthony Ianni is one of the most sought after anti-bullying motivational speakers in the region. At the age of 4, Anthony was diagnosed with Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD), which is on the Autism Spectrum (ASD). Doctors and specialists told Anthony's parent that he would barely graduate from high school and would likely live in a group institutions with other autistic people for his adult life. Despite adversity, Anthony earned a bachelor's degree from Michigan State University. He is the first know athlete with Autism to play Big 10 basketball.
This event is open to the community. Target audience - teens and adults