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Many well-loved events have been canceled or postponed this summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Taste of Muskegon is instead changing its format for the festival's 14th year, to ensure the community can still enjoy delicious local eats.

Kellie Kidwell, the librarian at Jamestown Lower Elementary within the Hudsonville Public School system, has been fond of libraries as long as she can remember. When Kidwell was growing up, her mother would read her bedtime stories every single night—setting her up for success with reading at school.

For many small businesses in West Michigan, the main concern is living to see the other side of the pandemic—with relief from the Payroll Protection Program being at the forefront. West Michigan Woman spoke with Jill K. Miller, Attorney at Hilger Hammond, to learn more about the latest in relief for small businesses and what you need to know.

The music doesn't stop for the Grand Rapids theater community. That's why Circle Theatre Grand Rapids is offering free original live-streamed programming during the coming weeks.

West Michigan Woman is partnering with Grand Rapids Opportunities for Women in 2020, to feature a dozen of the organization's GROW graduates in a series of Facebook Live videos we're calling GROW with WMW.

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