April 5, 2017   12:00 pm   Spring Lake Holiday Inn

Counterpart’s April 5 meeting will feature a program by award-winning local historian Marjie Viveen, with highlights of local history and the background of the Ottawa County Poor Farm, which is now an Ottawa County Park.

Reservations are required for the lunch meeting at the Spring Lake Holiday Inn, and are due no later than noon April 3 (the Monday prior to the luncheon). Guests are welcome. To make or cancel reservations, email Martha Roldan: keltyroldan@msn.com or call her at (616) 607-9205. The $11.00 luncheon fee is due at the door and includes meal, dessert, beverage, and gratuity.  Please note that Counterpart is charged for each lunch ordered, so if you have a reservation, payment is due even if you cannot attend.

Public wishing to hear the program without attending the luncheon are welcome to attend at no cost and should arrive by 12:30.


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