Thursday, November 08, 2018

In the Community November 9, 2018


In the Community, November 9, 2018

A Weekly Listing of Diversity and Multicultural Events

From the Alliance for Cultural and Ethnic Harmony:

"Diversity, Unity, and Justice Are at the Heart of ACEH"

ACEH was founded in Holland in 1999 and is committed to justice, equal opportunity, cross-cultural understanding, and appreciation for diversity.  Members work together to make West Michigan a place where all people are welcomed and respected. "In the Community" is also on the ACEH website www.harmonyalliance.org   Check us out under Groups on Facebook, at ACEH – Alliance for Cultural and Ethnic Harmony.  

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Events for the community's NEA Big Read Lakeshore—"Station Eleven"--organized by Hope College and various partners, are underway.  You can find the full schedule at www.hope.edu/bigread

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 TONIGHT, Fri, Nov 9, 7 pm:  Alliance for Cultural and Ethnic Harmony (ACEH) hosts a public discussion of the community's Big Read, "Station Eleven."  Facilitated by Bill Moreau, associate professor of English at Hope College, formerly teacher at Hamilton High School.  Everyone is welcome. At Holland Museum, 31 West 10th St, Holland.

 Sat, Nov 10, 9:30 am – 11 am: Waterfront Holland Open House.  See details under Community Opportunities, below.

 Sat, Nov 10, 4:30-6 pm, dinner; 7 pm program (doors open at 6:30 pm): "IMAGES, A Reflection of Cultures."  International showcase and cuisine.  Dinner (optional) of food from many places around the world; $9.50 at the door.  Showcase (free) of skits, dance, song, clips of culture and language; more than 60 Hope students participate.  Donations accepted for Heifer International. Sponsored by Center for Global Engagement.  At Phelps Hall (dinner), 10th St at Columbia Ave; at Knickerbocker Theatre (showcase), 86 East 8th St, Holland.

 Sun, Nov 11, 3 pm-5 pm: "Just Like Me," an event "to celebrate amazing and unique adoption journeys and a call to support more children still waiting to belong." Hosted by Maple Avenue Ministries.  RSVP to pastorofembracing@gmail.com  At Maple Avenue Ministries, 427 Maple Ave, Holland.

 Mon, Nov 12 – Sat, Nov 17, 7:30 pm:  Film, "Gavagai." German businessman travels to Norway to finish translation of Norwegian poems into Chinese, a project of his late wife. Poetic drama "highlights transforming power of love, limits of language, and human need for friendship." $6 seniors, $7 other adults.  At Knickerbocker Theatre, 86 East 8th, Holland.

 Mon, Nov 12, 7:30 pm:  Kariamu and Company: "Traditions – A Celebration of African Dance."  Free, open to the public. www.gvsu.edu/fallarts  or call (616) 331-2185.  At Louis Armstrong Theatre, Haas Center for Performing Arts, Grand Valley State University, Allendale.

 Tues, Nov 13, 11 am:  Two Big Read events: Q&A with Emily St. John Mandel, author of "Station Eleven."  Event geared to high school and college students participating in The Big Read; author will respond to student questions. 

---- 7 pm: Keynote event for The Big Read:  Author Emily St. John Mandel will converse on stage with Hope professor Dr. Stephen "Doc" Hemenway.  Both programs at Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts, Hope College, Columbia Ave at 10th St, Holland.

 Tues, Nov 13, 5 pm: Information program about Camp Beloved, a Christian summer camp at Lake Louise in Boyne Falls, MI for LGBTQ teens and their allies.  Evening sponsored by Holland/Lakeshore PFLAG.  At Out On The Lakeshore Community Center (OOTL), 451 Columbia, Holland.

Tues, Nov 13: "Know Your Jewish Neighbor" panel has been rescheduled to Tuesday, November 27.  See information below.  

 Fri, Nov 16, 8:30 am to 4 pm:  Ottawa County Diversity Forum 2018: "Tools for Transforming Tomorrow."  Hear diverse perspectives and "enhance your ability to welcome, accept, affirm, and respect others."  $15.  Registration and more information at this link: https://www.miottawa.org/AdminEventReg/displayEvent.action?calEle=2&eventID=69   At Ottawa County West Fillmore Complex, 12220 Fillmore St., West Olive.

 Fri, Nov 16, 10 am to 11:30 am:  Public meeting to learn more about LLEAD, Latinx Leaders for the Enhancement of Advocacy and Development.  Discussion on 2020 Census, voter education, gerrymandering, issues pertinent to Latino community. Hosted by Holland Human Relations Commission.  At City Hall, 270 S. River, Holland.

 Fri, Nov 16, 7 pm support group; 8 pm program: Holland/Lakeshore PFLAG.  Sara Johnson, resource manager, Community Access Line of the Lakeshore (CALL 211) will speak about what the agency offers. Gender SAFE meets at 6 pm.  At Grace Episcopal Church, 555 Michigan Ave, Holland.

 Tues, Nov 20, 7 pm:  Transgender Day of Remembrance.  Candlelight vigil to honor lives of "those lost to anti-transgender violence" in 2018.  ACEH is among the co-hosts. At Holland Area Arts Council, 150 East 8th St, Holland.

 Tues, Nov 27, 7 pm: "Know Your Jewish Neighbor" panel, hosted by Holland Interfaith Allies, Hope Church, Holland UCC, Kaufman Interfaith Institute, LEDA.  A cross-section of the Jewish faith community will talk about their experience living in West Michigan.  Register here:                                                                                                                         https://www.eventbrite.com/e/know-your-jewish-neighbor-tickets-49134143546?fbclid=IwAR1d2RbogRV51  At Herrick District Library, 300 S. River, Holland.

 Community Opportunities

Musical, "Passing Time," by Jamie Colburn and Exit Left Theatre Co., TONIGHT, Fri, Nov 9 (8 pm), Sat, Nov 10 (2 pm and 8 pm), Sun, Nov 11 (2 pm).  Production follows a single father and his children as they deal with mental illness; underwritten by Jeff & Cherie Elhart and proceeds benefit Be Nice Foundation. Tickets are "pay what you like" and are available on EventBrite or www.parktheatreholland.org  Appropriate for middle and high school students.  At Park Theatre, 248 S. River, Holland.

 Waterfront Holland Open House, Sat, Nov 10, 9:30 am to 11 am:  People are invited to help "shape the future of Holland's downtown waterfront" (the area surrounding the former power plant on Pine Ave) by sharing their vision and ideas for the site. Markers and paper will be available for children to contribute their thoughts.  www.waterfrontholland.org  At Herrick District Library main floor meeting room, 300 S. River, Holland.

 Poster contest announced for first annual International Festival of Holland (August 17, 2019).  City of Holland and Holland Area Arts Council seek submissions from artists for an image to be used on a poster and other marketing (no text). Submissions accepted starting Jan 5, 2019, until Jan 8, 2019.  Details at https://www.hollandarts.org/international-festival-of-holland.html or contact Mary@hollandarts.org

 

 Jobs and Job Fairs

Holland Sentinel employment ads:  www.hollandsentinel.jobs

 Gentex Corporation:  http://www.gentex.com/careers/jobfair.html  Direct-hire Job Fair, TODAY, Fri, Nov 9, from 7 am to 5 pm.  Walk-in interviews available.  No experience needed; on-the-job training offered.  At Holland Civic Center, 150 West 8th St, Holland.

 Gentex Corporation: Open interviews for production team members, every Wednesday 7 am to 4 pm, 58 East Riley, Zeeland.  www.gentex.com/careers

West Michigan Works!  www.westmiworks.org  Serves employers and job-seekers in 7 counties.

 Allegan County:  www.allegancounty.org

 Arbor Circle:  www.arborcircle.org/employment 

 Beyond Our Barriers:  https://www.bob4mi.com/   Clearinghouse helping individuals with disabilities connect with potential employers.

 Boys & Girls Club of Greater Holland:  Development director; bachelor's degree required.  Send resume to BGC of Greater Holland, c/o Craig Spoelhof, 435 Van Raalte Ave, Holland 49423.

 Center for Women in Transition:  http://www.cwitmi.org/about-cwit/job-opportunities/   Management assistant, full-time.  On-call shelter assistants (2-3).

 Community Action House:  www.communityactionhouse.org

 Evergreen Commons:  www.evergreencommons.org/join-our-team

 Fennville Public Schools:   www.fennville.org and click on District.

 Global Concepts Enterprise, Inc.:  Assemblers and material handlers, quality auditor, assembly supervisor, product/project engineer.   Email resume to HR@globalconcepts.com or apply in person at 785 Waverly Court, Holland.

 Good Samaritan Ministries:  https://www.goodsamministries.com/getinvolved/jobs

City of Grand Rapids:  https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/grandrapids

 Grand Rapids Community College:  www.grcc.edu/humanresources/jobs

 Grand Valley State University:   https://gvsu.edu/jobs/htm

 City of Holland:    https://mi-holland.civicplushrms.com/CareerPortal/Jobs.aspx   Television production intern, Spring 2019. Parapro video switcher, stipend of $40 per meeting.  Youth dance instructor, part-time.  Wrestling coach (general Recreation Aide). Administrative aide I for Transportation Department, 28 hrs/wk. Holland Recreation Winter Program internship, full-time, $1500 stipend. Clerical assistant, intermediate, part-time. Customer service representative, part-time (20.5 hrs/wk). Heavy equipment operator.  School crossing guard (Police department). Youth soccer referee.  Lead mechanic.   Police officer. Police cadet.  Reserve police officer.  Part-paid firefighter.  General recreation aide. Seasonal general maintenance.

 Haworth:  www.Haworth.com/Careers

 Herman Mller, Inc:  www.hermanmiller.com  Click on About Us, scroll to Careers

 Holland Area Arts Council:  www.hollandarts.org/careers-and-internships.html

 Holland Charter Township:  www.hct.holland.mi.us  Code enforcement officer, full-time.

Holland Hospital:   www.hollandhospital.org and click on Careers.

 Holland Public Schools:  www.hpsJOBS.com or www.hollandpublicschools.org and Human Resources.   Instructional assistants, 24-30 hrs/wk. Site supervisors, 35-40 hrs/wk.  Bus drivers, 10-30 hrs/wk.

 Hope College:   www.hope.edu/employment/staff  Male custodian, full-time, 1st shift (M-F, 4 am to 12:30 pm).   Campus safety - dispatcher, 12-hour night shift, hourly full-time.  Staff athletic trainer, part-time.  Campus services assistant, Physical Plant, hourly full-time.

 Lakeshore Nonprofit Alliance:  http://lakeshorenonprofits.org/programs-and-services/nonprofit-job-postings.  Job openings at local nonprofits.

 State of Michigan:   Job openings throughout the state.  Listings can be sorted by location, job types, etc.  https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/michigan

 MOKA (Muskegon, Ottawa, Kent, Allegan):  Provides various supports to developmentally disabled persons in these counties.   Full-time and part-time positions, all shifts.   www.moka.org/careers

 Ottawa Area Intermediate School District:   www.oaisd.org/jobs  Receptionist: shared position.

 Ottawa County:  https://www.miottawa.org  Naturalist guide, part-time, hourly, for Ottawa Co. Parks Nature Education Center.  Park attendant, winter, part-time.

Plascore:    www.plascore.com/careers  or email resume to careers@plascore.com. 615 N. Fairview Rd, Zeeland 49464  Production positions.  Engineers.  SAP business specialist and process expert.  Accounting manager.  Accounts payable coordinator.  Associate buyer.

 Primera Plastics:   www.primera-inc.com

Thermotron:    www.thermotron.com/hiring Electrical, product tester, refrigeration, welding.

 Trendway:  www.trendway.com 

West Ottawa Public Schools:   www.westottawa.net/jobs/

City of Zeeland:  www.ci/zeeland.mi.us/jobs  Deputy assessor.

Zeeland Public Schools:   www.zps.org/jobs or call (616) 748-3011.

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 Dear Readers of "In the Community,"

Many of you are financial supporters of the Alliance for Cultural and Ethnic Harmony, and you are deeply appreciated.  We're asking if others of you who read, use, forward, or otherwise benefit from this weekly email will also become members of ACEH.  Your dues are needed to help pay for "In the Community," our monthly Newsletter, educational programs, partnerships with other groups, outreach and advocacy, and community social events twice a year.

 It's easy to join!  Here's how:

--You can join at our website www.harmonyalliance.org and go to Membership;

 --Or you can write a check to ACEH, c/o Treasurer Al Minert, Box 3007, Holland, MI 49422-3007;

 --Or you can join at any ACEH program or social event.

  Dues are $20 per year for an individual ($35, two years); $30 per year for a couple or family ($50, two years); $40 for a nonprofit; and $75 for a business.  In lieu of (or in addition to) paying dues, you may join as a service member, volunteering for the group.  ACEH is a 501c3 organization.  Our fiscal year is October 1 to September 30.

 

    

Thursday, November 01, 2018

In the Community Nov 2, 2018

In the Community, November 2, 2018

A Weekly Listing of Diversity and Multicultural Events

From the Alliance for Cultural and Ethnic Harmony:

"Diversity, Unity, and Justice Are at the Heart of ACEH"

ACEH was founded in Holland in 1999 and is committed to justice, equal opportunity, cross-cultural understanding, and appreciation for diversity.  Members work together to make West Michigan a place where all people are welcomed and respected. "In the Community" is also on the ACEH website www.harmonyalliance.org   Check us out under Groups on Facebook, at ACEH – Alliance for Cultural and Ethnic Harmony.  

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 Don't forget to VOTE! on Tuesday, November 6, to elect candidates for many public offices and to decide on ballot proposals.  Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.

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Events for the community's NEA Big Read Lakeshore—"Station Eleven"--organized by Hope College and various partners, are underway.  You can find the full schedule at www.hope.edu/bigread

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 Sat, Nov 3, 10 am-1 pm: Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead Community Day.  Family-friendly crafts from 10 am to 1 pm; presentation of ofrendas (altars honoring family and friends who have died) at 11:30 am.  Organized by Latino Student Organization, GROW, and Hope College.  At Kruizenga Art Museum, 271 Columbia Ave, Holland.

 Sun, Nov 4, 1 pm to 4 pm:  Family Day for Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead.  Learn more about the holiday, enjoy bilingual story times, live music, food, face painting, crafts.  At the main library, Ryerson Auditorium level 3, 111 Library St NE, Grand Rapids.

 Tues, Nov 6, 6:30 pm: A Big Read event: "Station Eleven"-inspired dinner and traveling troubadour.  Tickets $9.50 adults, $4.75 children ages 5-12, children age 4 and younger are free.  To register and buy tickets, go to www.hope.edu/bigread and click on All Events.  At Maas Auditorium, Hope College, Columbia Ave at 11th St, Holland.

 Wed, Nov 7, 5:30 pm: "Code Switching for Survival." Professional development event hosted and sponsored by GVSU.  Speakers from BL2END will "unpack the meaning of Code-switching and its implications," and the impact on professionals of color. Free but register at this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bl2end-presents-a-professional-development-event-code-switching-for-survival-tickets-51663297313  At GVSU Eberhard Center, 301 Fulton St W, Grand Rapids.

 Fri, Nov 9, 7 pm:  Alliance for Cultural and Ethnic Harmony (ACEH) hosts a public discussion of the community's Big Read, "Station Eleven."  Facilitated by Bill Moreau, associate professor of English at Hope College, formerly teacher at Hamilton High School.  Everyone is welcome. At Holland Museum, 31 West 10th St, Holland.

 Sun, Nov 11, 3 pm-5 pm: "Just Like Me," an event "to celebrate amazing and unique adoption journeys and a call to support more children still waiting to belong." Hosted by Maple Avenue Ministries.  RSVP to pastorofembracing@gmail.com  At Maple Avenue Ministries, 427 Maple Ave, Holland.

 Mon, Nov 12 – Sat, Nov 17, 7:30 pm:  Film, "Gavagai." German businessman travels to Norway to finish translation of Norwegian poems into Chinese, a project of his late wife. Poetic drama "highlights transforming power of love, limits of language, and human need for friendship." $6 seniors, $7 other adults.  At Knickerbocker Theatre, 86 East 8th, Holland.

 Mon, Nov 12, 7:30 pm:  Kariamu and Company: "Traditions – A Celebration of African Dance."  Free, open to the public. www.gvsu.edu/fallarts  or call (616) 331-2185.  At Louis Armstrong Theatre, Haas Center for Performing Arts, Grand Valley State University, Allendale.

 Tues, Nov 13, 11 am:  Two Big Read events: Q&A with Emily St. John Mandel, author of "Station Eleven."  Event geared to high school and college students participating in The Big Read; author will respond to student questions. 

---- 7 pm: Keynote event for The Big Read:  Author Emily St. John Mandel will converse on stage with Hope professor Dr. Stephen "Doc" Hemenway.  Both programs at Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts, Hope College, Columbia Ave at 10th St, Holland.

 Tues, Nov 13, 5 pm: Information program about Camp Beloved, a Christian summer camp at Lake Louise in Boyne Falls, MI for LGBTQ teens and their allies.  Evening sponsored by Holland/Lakeshore PFLAG.  At Out On The Lakeshore Community Center (OOTL), 451 Columbia, Holland.

Tues, Nov 13: "Know Your Jewish Neighbor" panel has been rescheduled to Tuesday, November 27.  See information below.   

 Wed, Nov 14, 5:30 pm:  Preconference of Jewish/Christian/Muslim Triennial Interfaith Dialogue.  "Religious Identity: Dividing or Uniting" with Eboo Patel, Jennifer Howe Peace, and Elliot J. Cosgrove.  Intro to conference theme, discussion, Q&A.  Free but must register by Nov 7 at https://www.gvsu.edu/interfaith/triennial-dialogue-29.htm   Hosted by Kaufman Interfaith Institute.  At Kirkhof Center, Grand River Room, GVSU, Allendale.

 Thurs, Nov 15, 8:45 am to 4:45 pm:  All-day conference of Jewish/Christian/Muslim Triennial Interfaith Dialogue.  See info at Nov. 14 entry, above.  At Eberhard Center, GVSU downtown campus, 301 Fulton St. W, Grand Rapids.

 Fri, Nov 16, 8:30 am to 4 pm:  Ottawa County Diversity Forum 2018: "Tools for Transforming Tomorrow."  Hear diverse perspectives and "enhance your ability to welcome, accept, affirm, and respect others."  $15.  Registration and more information at this link: https://www.miottawa.org/AdminEventReg/displayEvent.action?calEle=2&eventID=69   At Ottawa County West Fillmore Complex, 12220 Fillmore St., West Olive.

 Fri, Nov 16, 10 am to 11:30 am:  Public meeting to learn more about LLEAD, Latinx Leaders for the Enhancement of Advocacy and Development.  Discussion will include the 2020 Census, voter education, gerrymandering, and issues pertinent to the Latino community.  Hosted by Holland Human Relations Commission.  At City Hall, 270 S. River, Holland.

 Fri, Nov 16, 7 pm support group; 8 pm program: Holland/Lakeshore PFLAG.  Sara Johnson, resource manager, Community Access Line of the Lakeshore (CALL 211) will speak about information and human services referrals the agency offers. Gender SAFE meets at 6 pm.  At Grace Episcopal Church, 555 Michigan Ave, Holland.

 Tues, Nov 20, 7 pm:  Transgender Day of Remembrance.  Candlelight vigil to honor lives of "those lost to anti-transgender violence" in 2018.  At Holland Area Arts Council, 150 East 8th St, Holland.

 Tues, Nov 27, 7 pm: "Know Your Jewish Neighbor" panel, hosted by Holland Interfaith Allies, Hope Church, Holland UCC, Kaufman Interfaith Institute, LEDA.  A cross-section of the Jewish faith community will talk about their experience living in West Michigan.  Register here:                                                                                                                         https://www.eventbrite.com/e/know-your-jewish-neighbor-tickets-49134143546?fbclid=IwAR1d2RbogRV51  At Herrick District Library, 300 S. River, Holland.

 

 

Jobs and Job Fairs

Holland Sentinel employment ads:  www.hollandsentinel.jobs

 Gentex Corporation:  http://www.gentex.com/careers/jobfair.html  Direct-hire Job Fair, Fri, Nov 9, from 7 am to 5 pm.  Walk-in interviews available.  No experience needed; on-the-job training offered.  At Holland Civic Center, 150 West 8th St, Holland.

 Gentex Corporation: Open interviews for production team members, every Wednesday 7 am to 4 pm, 58 East Riley, Zeeland.  www.gentex.com/careers

 West Michigan Works!  www.westmiworks.org  Serves employers and job-seekers in 7 counties.

 Allegan County:  www.allegancounty.org

Arbor Circle:  www.arborcircle.org/employment 

 Beyond Our Barriers:  https://www.bob4mi.com/   Clearinghouse helping individuals with disabilities connect with potential employers.

 Center for Women in Transition:  http://www.cwitmi.org/about-cwit/job-opportunities/                                                     On-call shelter assistants (2-3).

 Community Action House:  www.communityactionhouse.org

 Evergreen Commons:  www.evergreencommons.org/join-our-team

 Fennville Public Schools:   www.fennville.org and click on District.

 Global Concepts Enterprise, Inc.:  Assemblers and material handlers, quality auditor, assembly supervisor, product/project engineer.   Email resume to HR@globalconcepts.com or apply in person at 785 Waverly Court, Holland.

 Good Samaritan Ministries:  https://www.goodsamministries.com/getinvolved/jobs

 City of Grand Rapids:  https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/grandrapids

 Grand Rapids Community College:  www.grcc.edu/humanresources/jobs

Grand Valley State University:   https://gvsu.edu/jobs/htm

 City of Holland:    https://mi-holland.civicplushrms.com/CareerPortal/Jobs.aspx    Television production intern, Spring 2019. Parapro video switcher, stipend of $40 per meeting.  Youth dance instructor, part-time.  Wrestling coach (general Recreation Aide). Administrative aide I for Transportation Department, 28 hrs/wk. Holland Recreation Winter Program internship, full-time, $1500 stipend. Clerical assistant, intermediate, part-time. Customer service representative, part-time (20.5 hrs/wk). Heavy equipment operator.  School crossing guard (Police department). Youth soccer referee.  Lead mechanic.   Police officer. Police cadet.  Reserve police officer.  Part-paid firefighter.  General recreation aide. Seasonal general maintenance.

 Haworth:  www.Haworth.com/Careers

 Herman Mller, Inc:  www.hermanmiller.com  Click on About Us, scroll to Careers

 Holland Area Arts Council:  www.hollandarts.org/careers-and-internships.html

 Holland Charter Township:  www.hct.holland.mi.us  Code enforcement officer, full-time.

 Holland Hospital:   www.hollandhospital.org and click on Careers.

 Holland Public Schools:  www.hpsJOBS.com or www.hollandpublicschools.org and Human Resources.   Instructional assistants, 24-30 hrs/wk. Site supervisors, 35-40 hrs/wk.  Bus drivers, 10-30 hrs/wk.

 Hope College:   www.hope.edu/employment/staff Campus safety - dispatcher, 12-hour night shift, hourly full-time.  Staff athletic trainer, part-time.  Campus services assistant, Physical Plant, hourly full-time.

 Lakeshore Ethnic Diversity Alliance:  www.ethnicdiversity.org  Click on Who We Are, and then Careers.  Assistant program director, full-time.  Deadline to apply is Nov. 7.

 Lakeshore Nonprofit Alliance:  http://lakeshorenonprofits.org/programs-and-services/nonprofit-job-postings.  Job openings at local nonprofits.

 State of Michigan:   Job openings throughout the state.  Listings can be sorted by location, job types, etc.  https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/michigan

 MOKA (Muskegon, Ottawa, Kent, Allegan):  Provides various supports to developmentally disabled persons in these counties.   Full-time and part-time positions, all shifts.   www.moka.org/careers

 Ottawa Area Intermediate School District:   www.oaisd.org/jobs 

 Ottawa County:  https://www.miottawa.org  Naturalist guide, part-time, hourly, for Ottawa Co. Parks Nature Education Center.  Park attendant, winter, part-time.

 Plascore:    www.plascore.com/careers  or email resume to careers@plascore.com. 615 N. Fairview Rd, Zeeland 49464  Production positions.  Engineers.  SAP business specialist and process expert.  Accounting manager.  Accounts payable coordinator.  Associate buyer.

 Primera Plastics:   www.primera-inc.com

 Thermotron:    www.thermotron.com/hiring Electrical, product tester, refrigeration, welding.

 Trendway:  www.trendway.com 

 West Ottawa Public Schools:   www.westottawa.net/jobs/

 City of Zeeland:  www.ci/zeeland.mi.us/jobs  Deputy assessor.

 Zeeland Public Schools:   www.zps.org/jobs or call (616) 748-3011.

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 Dear Readers of "In the Community,"

Many of you are financial supporters of the Alliance for Cultural and Ethnic Harmony, and you are deeply appreciated.  We're asking if others of you who read, use, forward, or otherwise benefit from this weekly email will also become members of ACEH.  Your dues are needed to help pay for "In the Community," our monthly Newsletter, educational programs, partnerships with other groups, outreach and advocacy, and community social events twice a year.

 It's easy to join!  Here's how:

--You can join at our website www.harmonyalliance.org and go to Membership;

 --Or you can write a check to ACEH, c/o Treasurer Al Minert, Box 3007, Holland, MI 49422-3007;

--Or you can join at any ACEH program or social event.

  Dues are $20 per year for an individual ($35, two years); $30 per year for a couple or family ($50, two years); $40 for a nonprofit; and $75 for a business.  In lieu of (or in addition to) paying dues, you may join as a service member, volunteering for the group.  ACEH is a 501c3 organization.  Our fiscal year is October 1 to September 30.