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Mental Health Matters: Behavioral health issues don’t discriminate

June 29, 2020

Mental Health Matters: Behavioral health issues don’t discriminate By Lisa Williams, executive director, WMCMH. The views and opinions expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect those of Media Group 31, LLC or its affiliates, Mason County Press, Oceana County Press.  West Michigan Community Mental Health (CMH) serves consumers from every ethnic background, race, religion, sexual orientation and gender because…

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The Makers: Sue Brown’s Quarantine Cats.

June 21, 2020

The Makers: Sue Brown’s Quarantine Cats. AMBER TOWNSHIP — The governor’s stay at home orders caused photographer Sue Brown to shift her creativity to non-human subjects. The owner of Photography by Sue Brown started photographing her cats. The result is a calendar called “Quarantine Cats.” Proceeds from the $25 calendar sales go towards United Way of Mason County. Kate Krieger-Watkins…

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The Makers: Knittin’ with Deb Borema.

May 30, 2020

The Makers: Knittin’ with Deb Borema. The Makers Series is a presentation of Preferred Credit Union. #TheMakers By Katie Provenzano, Press Correspondent LUDINGTON- Sleep often gets in the way for Deb Borema. There are so many things she wants to do! Deb started a knitting and crocheting group at the Mitten Bar in Ludington, Knittin’ at the Mitten. The group…

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Mental Health Matters: May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May 20, 2020

Mental Health Matters: May is Mental Health Awareness Month A presentation of West Michigan Community Mental Health By Alan Neushwander Every year in May, communities across the country rally together to recognize Mental Health Awareness Month. It’s a time to highlight what individuals can do to prioritize their mental health, build resiliency in the face of trauma and obstacles, support…

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The Makers: Omage Coffee Roasters.

May 9, 2020

The Makers: Omage Coffee Roasters. The Makers is a presentation of Preferred Credit Union. LUDINGTON- Tom Hinman and his wife Bethany know good coffee. Inspired by his late father-in-law, Bob Wrasse, Tom started roasting his own coffee on a cast iron skillet. His passion for coffee and interest in roasting grew his garage hobby into a retail business, Omage Coffee…

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