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Hire For Hope, a multi-faceted talent and recruiting company which donates 10% of their profit to helping individuals escape domestic violence and rebuild their lives, recently welcomed Amanda Sloan, Jenna Fatum and Kayla Ezinga to the team.

Taking place Sunday, June 19, 2022 from 1 - 5 p.m. at Rosa Parks Circle in downtown Grand Rapids, the second annual Justice 4 All Juneteenth Jam is a free, family-friendly event with a focus of celebrating Black art, entertainment, culture and experience.

#DISCOVERADA has become a call to action for West Michigan residents to visit nearby Ada and enjoy all their redeveloped village has to offer. Thoughtfully designed and located buildings house a wide variety of shops, restaurants, and businesses in a layout that encourages a pedestrian approach to experiencing it all.

The Grand Rapids Asian-Pacific Festival will once again return to Calder Plaza for its sixth year on June 10 – 11, 2022 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. This free, annual family-friendly event seeks to celebrate the Pacific Islander and Asian American communities right here in West Michigan and will feature a diversity of cultural performances, demonstrations, youth activities, a marketplace, Asian food trucks and booths, and more.

Muskegon Pride Center, in partnership with JCI Greater Muskegon, will celebrate Muskegon's first LGBTQIA2S+ friendly festival on June 4.

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