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SC4 Fieldhouse receives Educational Design Magazine Award

Sponsored by: Woman’s Life Insurance Society  The SC4 Fieldhouse, designed by Bloomfield Hills, Michigan based TMP Architecture, Inc., was recognized by educational facility and design magazine Learning By Design and received a spring 2018 Outstanding Project Award for excellence. According to the magazine, projects are scored on six measures: innovation, community need, interior design, sustainability, functional design, and 21st-century learning. Dr. Deborah Snyder, SC4’s president said, “Every decision we make is aimed at maximizing student success, and we remain focused due to our commitment to growth, sustainability, and community,”. The SC4 Fieldhouse saw more than 20,000 visitors in 2017-18...

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The Keel hosts: Building a Thriving Arts & Culture Scene Community Conversation

Sponsored by: Woman’s Life Insurance Society  On Wednesday, April 18th The Keel will host a Community Conversation called Building a Thriving Arts & Culture Scene. The conversation invites the public to listen to leaders and change-makers in the arts and culture scenes in Port Huron and Grand Rapids. The conversation will be held at Studio 1219 in Downtown Port Huron and will begin at 5 pm. For more information visit The Keel’s...

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Port Huron Museum Announces New Executive Director

Sponsored by: Woman’s Life Insurance Society Over 35 applicants, applied to  Executive Director role for the Port Huron Museum. since then they have been conducting an extensive search for the position.  The Board of Directors is confident with Margaret Aiken who was just announced to take the position. They believe that she will be an inspiring new force in our community and will provide great leadership for the Museum as it strives to further its mission and goals of presenting and preserving local Michigan and Maritime history. Margaret Aiken is a Port Huron native that will return back to...

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Building and Construction is Booming in Downtown Port Huron

Sponsored by: Woman’s Life Insurance Society  Written by: Audrey Sochor    The Port Huron Downtown Development Authority met March 28 to give City Manager James Freed the OK to pull together funding for a $2 million four season marketplace and greenspace venue.    “It’s well overdue,” Freed said. “In the last four years of being city manager it is the one thing citizens constantly bring up to me  – we need a downtown marketplace for creators, makers and produce – so that’s what we’re going to do.”    The former Art Van building at 318 Grand River Ave. will...

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