Ben Risinger signs to participate in the 2020 West Michigan Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Man of the Year competition.
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Holland Tulip Time Festival
Part of living in West Michigan is experiencing Tulip Time and enjoying all the colors and culture that Holland, MI has to offer. I had the opportunity to attend the event this year for the second time and I have to say I had a lot of fun. Good…adult, chilled fun. A couple of friendsContinue reading “Holland Tulip Time Festival”
ArtFeast 7 | Benefit for Exalta Health
Exalta Health, a non-profit health care organization is hosting their seventh annual ArtFeast. ArtFeast 7 is a premiere fundraising event for Exalta Health in Grand Rapids that helps people of any ethnicity, language, gender, disability, religion or creed. Exalta Health offers quality health care that is affordable or free. Who: YOU and your friends What:Continue reading “ArtFeast 7 | Benefit for Exalta Health”
Mary Free Bed Marketing Internship Reflection – Karlee Tykosky
The basic expectation of an internship is to apply your education, enhance your education and prepare you for graduation from your education. After completing my internship with Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital, I can say these expectations were easily exceeded. My very first day at the hospital, I was blown away by the work environmentContinue reading “Mary Free Bed Marketing Internship Reflection – Karlee Tykosky”
2015 Mary Free Bed Holiday Commercial Spots
Do you recognize the elf and Santa legs?!?! 🙂 Had a lot of fun working up the new 2015 holiday campaign at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital. For more information visit http://www.askformary.com
Beautiful parking garage art from Kendall College art and design students
Another aspect of why I love my job as the community liason for Mary Free Bed. Many thanks to the Kendall College of Art and Design students for helping make this a reality in our new hospital.
Quad Amputee Pam Buschle never gave up…her story of hope and freedom.
Amazing story from a woman who had a 1% survival rate to live. After losing all four limbs, she walks again a few months later.